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Articles by Feng-Qi Zhao
Total Records ( 3 ) for Feng-Qi Zhao
  Qiu-Ping Zhou , Guo-Fang Zhang , Feng-Qi Zhao , Ji-Zhen Li and Xue-Zhong Fan
  Three new energetic compounds, nickel(II) 3,5-dinitro-2-pyridonate (Ni(2DNPO)2(H2O)4, 1), copper(II) 3,5-dinitro-4-pyridonate (Cu(4DNPO)2(H2O)4, 2) and cobalt(II) 3,5-dinitro-4-pyridone-N-hydroxylate ([Co(4DNPOH)2(H2O)4] · 2DMF, 3 · 2DMF), were characterized by elemental analysis, FT-IR, TG-DSC and X-ray single crystal diffraction analysis. Complexes 1 and 2 are similar in structure with the metal ion coordinated by oxygen donors of four water molecules on the equatorial position and two nitrogen donors of the pyridone rings of two ligands in the axial positions. The cobalt(II) complex 3 · 2DMF is a heavily distorted octahedral geometry. The Co(II) has equatorial positions defined by oxygens of four water molecules. Its axial positions are filled with two oxygen atoms of the pyridone-N-hydroxylate of two ligands. The TG-DSC results reveal that 1 is the most stable, with higher initial thermal decomposition temperature and enthalpy. Based on the thermoanalyses, the nickel compound is a promising candidate as a component in catalyzed RDX-CMDB propellants in comparison with our earlier lead(II) analogs.
  Jun-Ge Wang , Qiu-Ping Zhou , Guo-Fang Zhang , Ping Li , Bao-Hua Chen , Feng-Qi Zhao , Ji-Zhen Li and Xue-Zhong Fand
  Three neodymium compounds, Nd(4DNP)3(C2H5OH)3 (1), Nd(4DNPO)3 · 7H2O (2), and {[Nd(μ-ox)(4DNPO)(H2O)4] · 4H2O}n (3) (4HDNP, 3,5-dinitropyrid-4-one; 4HDNPO, 3,5-dinitropyrid-4-one-N-hydroxide; ox, oxalate), were synthesized and characterized by FT-IR, elemental analysis, thermogravimetry-differential scanning calorimetry (TG-DSC), and two of them by single-crystal X-ray diffraction analyses. The results revealed that in 1, the Nd(III) is surrounded by three chelating ligands and three ethanol solvent molecules. The structure of 3 could be described as 1-D chains in which Nd is bis-bidentately bridged by oxalates, together with a monodentate 3,5-dinitropyrid-4-onate N-oxide 4DNPO ligand and four water molecules as well as four uncoordinated water molecules in the crystal lattice. The origin of the oxalate anions in 3 is probably due to decomposition of the 4DNPO or its oxidation of other species. The TG-DTG (DTG, derivative thermogravimetry) and DSC analyses showed that 1 underwent a three-stage decomposition process. A kinetic equation for decomposition reaction of 2 was also obtained. The apparent activation energy (Ea) and pre-exponential factor (A) of the main decomposition reaction are 157.70 kJ mol-1 and 1011.97 s-1, respectively. The kinetic equation can thus be expressed as dα/dt = 1011.97(1 - α)e-1.90 x 104/T.
  Guo-Fang Zhang , Yong Wang , Mei-Yu Cai , Da-Min Dai , Ke Yan , An-Shan Ma , Peng Chen , Rui Wang , Ping Li , Jian-Hua Yi , Feng-Qi Zhao , Ji-Zhen Li and Xue-Zhong Fan
  Eight alkaline and alkaline-earth compounds derived from 2,4-dinitroimidazole (2,4-HDNI) were synthesized and characterized by elemental analysis, FT-IR, and TG-DSC, of which K(2,4-DNI) (1), Rb(2,4-DNI)(2,4-HDNI)(H2O)2 (2), and Ba(2,4-DNI)2(H2O)4 (3) were characterized by single-crystal X-ray diffraction analysis. All the three compounds were crystallized from water, but 1 was an anhydrate. The coordination number in 1 and 3 is 10, but in 2 is 9. The 2,4-DNI adopts either η3, η2, or η1 coordination modes depending on the metal cation. In 3, there is an inversion center located on the metal. Only in 2 does water play an important role for the construction of the structure; in 3 it is a hydrogen bonding participant. TG-DSC analyses of 1 were also performed, and non-isothermal decomposition reaction kinetics were obtained.
 
 
 
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