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The thermal behaviour of these materials will be investigated as many exhibit ‘negative thermal expansion’ – a curious property in which the structures shrink as temperature increases. In addition, such materials can often accommodate small molecules in cavities in their structures either for gas storage or vapochromism (gas sensor) applications.
The project will provide the student with training in solid-state synthesis (e.g. solvothermal methods) and characterization techniques including X-ray diffraction (both powder and single-crystal methods), neutron diffraction, thermal analysis and IR and UV spectroscopy."
2. ""Mixed Copper, Silver, and Gold Cyanides, (MxM′1–x)CN: Tailoring Chain Structures To Influence Physical Properties"", A.M. Chippindale, S.J. Hibble, E.J. Bilbé, E. Marelli, A.C. Hannon, C. Allain, R. Pansu, and F. Hartl, J.A.C.S., 134, 16387 (2012).
3. ""Helices, Chirality and Interpenetration: the Versatility and Remarkable Interconversion of Silver-Copper Cyanide Frameworks"", A.M. Chippindale and S.J. Hibble, J.A.C.S., 131, 12736–12744 (2009)."
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