Highly concentrated single-chain atomic crystal LiMo3Se3 solution using ion-exchange chromatography.
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Chae S, Oh S, Siddiqa AJ, Choi KH, Lee WG, Jang WS, Lee JS, Kim YM, Huh J, Kim SM, Choi JY.
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Ion-exchange chromatography can be used to effectively replace the lithium ion of LiMo3Se3 with a proton. The enlargement of the Stern layer distance caused by this ion exchange improves the dispersibility of (Mo3Se3-)∞ chains and also prevents the re-bundling and aggregation of nanowires in aqueous solutions, even at high concentrations (1 mg mL-1).
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