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Murataite–Pyrochlore Series: A Family of Complex Oxides with Nanoscale Pyrochlore Clusters

Sergey V. Krivovichev, Sergey V. Yudintsev, Sergey V. Stefanovsky, Natalia I. Organova, Oksana V. Karimova, and Vadim S. Urusov

Angew. Chem., Int. Ed., Volume 49, Issue 51, pages 9982–9984, December 17, 2010

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DOI: 10.1002/anie.201005674

Publication Date (Web): November 18, 2010

Murataite–Pyrochlore Series Abstract:
A polysomatic series of complex oxides for actinide immobilization is based on the incorporation of pyrochlore nanoclusters (light brown) into modified murataite-like frameworks (blue). Oxides from this series may be viewed as a complex form of radioactive waste and are one of the most elaborate families of nanoscale-tuned complex oxides known to date.

Keywords: actinides; complex oxides; pyrochlore; titanates; solid-state structures


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