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Ultra-high aspect ratio hybrid materials : the role of organic guest and synthesis method.

Gudiyor Veerabhadrappa, Manohara and Li, Li and Whiting, Andrew and Greenwell, H. Chris (2018) 'Ultra-high aspect ratio hybrid materials : the role of organic guest and synthesis method.', Dalton transactions., 47 (9). pp. 2933-2938.


Hybrid organic-inorganic layered double hydroxide materials have been prepared with an ultra-high aspect ratio via an environmentally friendly co-hydration approach where metal hydroxides and adamantane-carboxylic acid were used as the reagents. The method avoids use of either acidic or basic precipitation methods, or using a large excess of anion. The effect of organic anion, metal cation and synthesis method on developing ultra-high aspect ratio crystallites was studied.

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Date accepted:13 February 2018
Date deposited:13 February 2018
Date of first online publication:13 February 2018
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