Menaa, Bouzid and Takahashi, Masahide and Innocenzi, Plinio and Yoko, Toshinobu (2007) Crystallization in hybrid organic-inorganic materials induced by self-organization in basic conditions. Chemistry of Materials, Vol. 19 (8), p. 1946-1953. eISSN 1520-5002. Article.
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Hybrid organic-inorganic crystalline materials have been obtained from a simple solvent-free synthesis in highly basic conditions. The formation of an organized hybrid structure has been achieved for the first time via sol-gel without employing bridged organosilica precursors. 3-glycidoxypropyltrimethoxysilane, which is an organically modified alkoxide bearing a terminal epoxy group, has been used for the synthesis. The opening of the epoxy has been observed to produce poly/oligo(ethylene oxide) chains or p-dioxane species. In the second case crystalline hybrids have been formed by self-organization during gelation. Analysis performed by wide-angle X-ray scattering and X-ray diffraction have confirmed the crystalline nature of the aggregates, epoxy ring opening/self-condensation which resulted in a pillared-type organicinorganic hybrid structure with Si-substituted 2,5-bis(propoxymethyl)-1,4-dioxane organic spacer as pillar.
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