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Editorial

Layered inorganic solids

Welcome to this themed issue of Dalton Transactions entitled “Layered Inorganic Solids”.

Graphical abstract: Layered inorganic solids
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Storylines in intercalation chemistry

Intercalation chemistry taking into account the interstratification and disorder phenomena is a valuable preparative tool for the design of artificial layered artificial nanostructures.

Graphical abstract: Storylines in intercalation chemistry
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A controlled spatial distribution of functional units in the two dimensional nanospace of layered silicates and titanates

The effects of the spatial distribution of functional units in the interlayer space of intercalation compounds are discussed.

Graphical abstract: A controlled spatial distribution of functional units in the two dimensional nanospace of layered silicates and titanates
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Reactivity and applications of layered silicates and layered double hydroxides

The reactivity and applications of layered sodium silicates and layered double hydroxides (LDHs) are described in more detail.

Graphical abstract: Reactivity and applications of layered silicates and layered double hydroxides
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Surface modification of layered zirconium phosphates: a novel pathway to multifunctional materials

The combination of surface modification and intercalation chemistry of inorganic layered materials allows for the design of nanoparticles for specific applications.

Graphical abstract: Surface modification of layered zirconium phosphates: a novel pathway to multifunctional materials
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Layered rare earth hydroxides (LREHs): synthesis and structure characterization towards multifunctionality

Layered solids comprising cationic rare earth hydroxide layers have become a new source of multifunctionality.

Graphical abstract: Layered rare earth hydroxides (LREHs): synthesis and structure characterization towards multifunctionality
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Layered double hydroxide (LDH) derived catalysts for simultaneous catalytic removal of soot and NOx

The latest progress in layered double hydroxides derived catalysts for the simultaneous catalytic removal of soot and NOx was reviewed.

Graphical abstract: Layered double hydroxide (LDH) derived catalysts for simultaneous catalytic removal of soot and NOx
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Layered zeolitic materials: an approach to designing versatile functional solids

Highlights, preparation methods, modifications, catalytic applications and the future scope of materials based on versatile zeolitic layers.

Graphical abstract: Layered zeolitic materials: an approach to designing versatile functional solids
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Optimal topotactic conversion of layered octosilicate to RWR-type zeolite by separating the formation stages of interlayer condensation and elimination of organic guest molecules

Separation of two stages of interlayer condensation and elimination of organic guests provides optimal conditions for the formation of RWR-type zeolite.

Graphical abstract: Optimal topotactic conversion of layered octosilicate to RWR-type zeolite by separating the formation stages of interlayer condensation and elimination of organic guest molecules
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Electrical and optical characterization of atomically thin WS2

Atomically thin layers of materials which are just a few atoms in thickness present an attractive option for future electronic devices.

Graphical abstract: Electrical and optical characterization of atomically thin WS2
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Ship-in-bottle synthesis of the mixed-layered compounds of clay silicate/zirconium phosphate

An attempt was made to synthesize artificial mixed-layered compounds between montmorillonite silicate and α-zirconium phosphate using a ship-in-bottle approach.

Graphical abstract: Ship-in-bottle synthesis of the mixed-layered compounds of clay silicate/zirconium phosphate
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The role of boric acid in the synthesis of Eni Carbon Silicates

Boric acid accelerates the crystallization rate of Eni Carbon Silicates improving their crystallinity and phase purity, favoring also the formation of new structures.

Graphical abstract: The role of boric acid in the synthesis of Eni Carbon Silicates
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Topotactic condensation of layer silicates with ferrierite-type layers forming porous tectosilicates

Hydrous layered silicates containing ferrierite-type layers are a structurally versatile family of materials which can be converted into microporous silicates by topotactic condensation or interlayer expansion.

Graphical abstract: Topotactic condensation of layer silicates with ferrierite-type layers forming porous tectosilicates
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Peculiar behavior of MWW materials in aldol condensation of furfural and acetone

MWW family of different structural types (MCM-22, MCM-49, MCM-56 and MCM-36) was used as catalysts for aldol condensation of furfural and acetone studied in a batch reactor at 100 °C, autogenous pressure and a reaction time of 0–4 h.

Graphical abstract: Peculiar behavior of MWW materials in aldol condensation of furfural and acetone
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A force field for tricalcium aluminate to characterize surface properties, initial hydration, and organically modified interfaces in atomic resolution

A force field for tricalcium aluminate is presented, validated, and applied to generate insight into surface forces, the hydration reaction, and molecular adsorption that remains elusive from experiment.

Graphical abstract: A force field for tricalcium aluminate to characterize surface properties, initial hydration, and organically modified interfaces in atomic resolution
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Ab initio structure determination of interlayer expanded zeolites by single crystal rotation electron diffraction

Rotation electron diffraction (RED) combines the beam tilt and goniometer tilt to obtain single crystal electron diffraction data, which has been used for ab initio structure determination of interlayer expanded zeolites.

Graphical abstract: Ab initio structure determination of interlayer expanded zeolites by single crystal rotation electron diffraction
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Isomorphous substitution of divalent metal ions in layered double hydroxides through a soft chemical hydrothermal reaction

Mg2+ in the MgAl-LDH lattice was substituted by Co2+ in solution through soft chemical hydrothermal treatment without structural, size and morphological changes.

Graphical abstract: Isomorphous substitution of divalent metal ions in layered double hydroxides through a soft chemical hydrothermal reaction
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Bionanocomposites based on layered silicates and cationic starch as eco-friendly adsorbents for hexavalent chromium removal

Functional bionanocomposites with the ability to adsorb Cr(VI) oxyanions were prepared by intercalation of cationic starch bearing quaternary ammonium groups in two layered silicates, commercial Cloisite®Na and an Algerian bentonite.

Graphical abstract: Bionanocomposites based on layered silicates and cationic starch as eco-friendly adsorbents for hexavalent chromium removal
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A facile exfoliation-crystal growth route to multicomponent Ag2CO3/Ag-Ti5NbO14 nanohybrids with improved visible light photocatalytic activity

A novel visible light active photocatalyst is developed via a direct crystal growth of silver oxosalts on exfoliated titanoniobate nanosheets.

Graphical abstract: A facile exfoliation-crystal growth route to multicomponent Ag2CO3/Ag-Ti5NbO14 nanohybrids with improved visible light photocatalytic activity
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High-resolution adsorption analysis of pillared zeolites IPC-3PI and MCM-36

The porous structure of pillared zeolites IPC-3PI and MCM-36 depends, in the lower mesopore region, on the stacking of MWW layers.

Graphical abstract: High-resolution adsorption analysis of pillared zeolites IPC-3PI and MCM-36
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Novel surfactant-free route to delaminated all-silica and titanosilicate zeolites derived from a layered borosilicate MWW precursor

Layered borosilicate zeolite precursor ERB-1P (Si/B = 11) is delaminated via simultaneous deboronation and SDA removal, to yield material DZ-1 consisting of silanol nests, using a simple aqueous Zn(NO3)2 treatment.

Graphical abstract: Novel surfactant-free route to delaminated all-silica and titanosilicate zeolites derived from a layered borosilicate MWW precursor
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Application of quasi-equilibrated thermodesorption of linear and di-branched paraffin molecules for detailed porosity characterization of the mono-layered zeolite MCM-56, in comparison with MCM-22 and ZSM-5

Thermodesorption of 2,2-dimethyloctane reveals different content of subsurface micropores in MWW-type zeolites.

Graphical abstract: Application of quasi-equilibrated thermodesorption of linear and di-branched paraffin molecules for detailed porosity characterization of the mono-layered zeolite MCM-56, in comparison with MCM-22 and ZSM-5
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Synthesis and structural characterization of Al-containing interlayer-expanded-MWW zeolite with high catalytic performance

Al-IEZ-MWW was successfully prepared via the interlayer-silylation in an aqueous solution of ammonium salt instead of HNO3.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis and structural characterization of Al-containing interlayer-expanded-MWW zeolite with high catalytic performance
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Swelling and pillaring of the layered precursor IPC-1P: tiny details determine everything

Tuning of interlayer expansion and textural properties of pillared materials by varying the type of surfactant and swelling conditions is shown.

Graphical abstract: Swelling and pillaring of the layered precursor IPC-1P: tiny details determine everything
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Theoretical investigation of layered zeolites with MWW topology: MCM-22P vs. MCM-56

The structure of MCM-22P and MCM-56 layered zeolites is proposed based on DFT calculations and powder pattern simulations.

Graphical abstract: Theoretical investigation of layered zeolites with MWW topology: MCM-22P vs. MCM-56
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Preparation of layered double hydroxide/chlorophyll a hybrid nano-antennae: a key step

From spinach to photonic nano-antennae: new chlorophyll a/layered double hydroxide hybrids.

Graphical abstract: Preparation of layered double hydroxide/chlorophyll a hybrid nano-antennae: a key step
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Visible-light driven H2 production utilizing iridium and rhodium complexes intercalated into a zirconium phosphate layered matrix

The intercalation of Ir and Rh complexes within an interlayer of ZrP enables H2 production without an electron relay.

Graphical abstract: Visible-light driven H2 production utilizing iridium and rhodium complexes intercalated into a zirconium phosphate layered matrix
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High acidity unilamellar zeolite MCM-56 and its pillared and delaminated derivatives

The unilamellar form of zeolite MWW, MCM-56, which is obtained by direct hydrothermal synthesis has been studied with regard to acidity and porosity in its original and post-synthesis modified pillared and delaminated forms.

Graphical abstract: High acidity unilamellar zeolite MCM-56 and its pillared and delaminated derivatives
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Structural diversity of lamellar zeolite Nu-6(1)—postsynthesis of delaminated analogues

Interlayer deconstruction and reconstruction took place alternately when treating Nu-6(1) zeolite, the lamellar precursor of NSI topology, with HCl–EtOH solution.

Graphical abstract: Structural diversity of lamellar zeolite Nu-6(1)—postsynthesis of delaminated analogues
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Synthesis and characterisation of a new anion exchangeable layered hydroxyiodide

A new anion exchangeable lanthanide hydroxyiodide has been synthesised, structurally characterised and its anion exchange chemistry investigated.

Graphical abstract: Synthesis and characterisation of a new anion exchangeable layered hydroxyiodide
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Functionalized mesoporous solids based on magadiite and [Al]-magadiite

Novel hybrid mesoporous and functionalized materials with controllable surface area and pore dimensions, displayng functional basic sites (–NH2), were synthesized from magadiite and [Al]-magadiite as layered silicate precursors.

Graphical abstract: Functionalized mesoporous solids based on magadiite and [Al]-magadiite
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Electrochemical performance of cobalt hydroxide nanosheets formed by the delamination of layered cobalt hydroxide in water

Ultrathin electrodes exhibiting durability and fast charge transfer kinetics were prepared from aqueous dispersions of cobalt hydroxide nanosheets.

Graphical abstract: Electrochemical performance of cobalt hydroxide nanosheets formed by the delamination of layered cobalt hydroxide in water
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Dimensionality variations in new zirconium iodates: hydrothermal syntheses, structural determination, and characterization of BaZr(IO3)6 and K2Zr(IO3)6

While BaZr(IO3)6 reveals a unidimensional band structure, K2Zr(IO3)6 exhibits a zero-dimensional molecular geometry. The dimensionality variations are attributable to the flexible coordination numbers of Zr4+ cations with large ionic radii as well as the number of counter cations.

Graphical abstract: Dimensionality variations in new zirconium iodates: hydrothermal syntheses, structural determination, and characterization of BaZr(IO3)6 and K2Zr(IO3)6
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Open Access Paper

Layered germanium tin antimony tellurides: element distribution, nanostructures and thermoelectric properties

Layered compounds containing Ge/Sb/Te show improved thermoelectric properties upon doping with Sn. The structures were refined using resonant X-ray diffraction; structure models were confirmed by TEM.

Graphical abstract: Layered germanium tin antimony tellurides: element distribution, nanostructures and thermoelectric properties
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Organization and intramolecular charge-transfer enhancement in tripodal tris[(pyridine-4-yl)phenyl]amine push–pull molecules by intercalation into layered materials bearing acidic functionalities

Intercalation of tripodal molecules into zirconium phosphate and zirconium 4-sulfophenylphosphonate leads to their organization in a layered system of the hosts.

Graphical abstract: Organization and intramolecular charge-transfer enhancement in tripodal tris[(pyridine-4-yl)phenyl]amine push–pull molecules by intercalation into layered materials bearing acidic functionalities
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Ultrasound-driven preparation and pair distribution function-assisted structure solution of a copper-based layered coordination polymer

Pair distribution function analysis has been used to solve the structure of a coordination polymer material formed by ultrasound treatment of a metal–organic framework.

Graphical abstract: Ultrasound-driven preparation and pair distribution function-assisted structure solution of a copper-based layered coordination polymer
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Guest edited by Jiri Cejka, Petr Nachtigall, Wieslaw Roth and Russell Morris, this themed issue focuses on the experimental and theoretical aspects of layered materials.

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