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118240Charles Le Losq, Daniel R Neuville, Wenlin Chen, Pierre Florian, Dominique Massiot, Zhongfu Zhou, George N.GreavesPercolation channels: a universal idea to describe the atomic structure and dynamics of glasses and meltsScientific Reports7164902017ACL laboCharles Le LosqSciRepExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-16741-3210.161.158.1392729/11/2017 12:12:5929/11/2017 12:12:59   24
118220Myriam Le Ferrec, Thomas Le Corroller, Daphné Guenoun, Charlotte Mellier, Florian Boukhechba, Franck Fayon, Valérie Montouillout, Christelle Despas, Alain Walcarius, Dominique Massiot, François-Xavier Lefèvre, Caroline Robic, Jean-Michel Bouler, Bruno BujoliDesign and properties of a novel radiopaque injectable apatitic calcium phosphate cement, suitable for image-guided implantationJournal of Biomedical Materials Research: Part B - Applied BiomaterialsEarlyView 2017ACL laboMyriam Le FerrecJBMR-BExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jbm.b.34059163.9.10.1326721/12/2017 15:00:1623/11/2017 10:02:43   24
117971Sohei Sukenaga, Pierre Florian, Koji Kanehashi, Hiroyuki Shibata, Noritaka Saito, Kunihiko Nakashima, Dominique MassiotOxygen Speciation in Multicomponent Silicate Glasses Using Through Bond Double Resonance NMR SpectroscopyJournal of Physical Chemistry Letters82274–22792017ACL laboSohei SukenagaJPhysChemLettExtérieur, Fayon, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpclett.7b00465163.9.22.102729/08/2017 17:05:0629/08/2017 16:59:0817O Glasshttp://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01578767 1310748
117950Thibault Charpentier, Dominique MassiotNuclear Magnetic Resonance: deciphering disorder and crystallization phenomena in glassy materialsBook  2017LivreFrom glass to crystal phase separation, nucleation and growth, from research to applications, EDP Sciences, 2017, 978-2-7598-1783-2laboThibault CharpentierbookExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMN 163.9.22.102728/08/2017 10:46:4428/08/2017 10:46:44 https://hal-cea.archives-ouvertes.fr/cea-01531289 24
117821Maxime Yon, Vincent Sarou-Kanian, Ulrich Scheler, Jean-Michel Bouler, Bruno Bujoli, Dominique Massiot, Franck FayonSolid-state 31P and 1H chemical MR micro-imaging of hard tissues and biomaterials with magic angle spinning at very high magnetic fieldScientific Reports782242017ACL laboMaxime YonSciRepExtérieur, Fayon, TGE MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1038/s41598-017-08458-0163.9.10.1991329/08/2017 17:17:5711/07/2017 12:03:37Solid-state MRI, Magic angle spinning, rigid tissues, biomaterialshttp://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01578785 24
117572L.Baggetto, V.Sarou-Kanian, P.Florian, A.Gleizes, D.Massiot, C.VahlasAtomic Scale Structure of Amorphous Aluminum Oxyhydroxide, Oxide and Oxycarbide Films Probed by Very High Field 27Al Nuclear Magnetic ResonancePhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics198101-81102017ACL laboBaggettoPhysChemChemPhysExtérieur, Fayon, Florian, TGE MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C6CP07937G163.9.10.1373924/07/2017 11:33:5924/02/2017 12:57:2127Al MQMAS Al2O3 filmhttp://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01524914v1 1310748
116750C.Martineau, M.Allix, M.R.Suchomel, F.Porcher, F.Vivet, C.Legein, M.Body, D.Massiot, F.Taulelle, F.FayonStructure determination of Ba5AlF13 by coupling electron, synchrotron and neutron powder diffraction, solid-state NMR and ab initio calculationsDalton Transactions4515565-155742016ACL laboMartineauDaltonTransExtérieur, Allix, Fayon MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C6DT02454H163.9.10.1991309/11/2016 15:18:2221/06/2016 14:28:36Solid-state NMR; X-ray & neutron diffraction, DFT computations, structural model [Casimodot]http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01391171 106
114010J.Maddaluno, C.M.Pradier, A.Imberty, D.MassiotChimie : un vecteur vertQuelles solutions face au changement climatique ?" , CNRS-Edition, eds : Bettina Laville, Stéphanie Thiébault, Agathe EuzeunISBN 978-2-271-08924-3220-2282015OV extMaddalunoQSChClimExtérieur, Fayon, Hors-CEMHTI MAT2C,RMN 193.55.75.1462705/08/2016 12:45:0612/11/2015 13:36:40 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-01227953 24
108501S.Cadars, M.Allix, F.Fayon, E.Véron, D.MassiotComplémentarité de la RMN, la modélisation et la diffraction pour une cristallographie des systèmes désordonnésReflets de la Physique44-4550-552015OVReflets de la PhysiquelaboCadarsRPAllix, Fayon MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1051/refdp/2015444505085.203.122.1821104/09/2017 15:49:2224/08/2015 11:11:35 http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01581415 106
108370M.N.Garaga, M.F.Hsieh, Z.Nour, M.Deschamps, D.Massiot, B.F.Chmelka, S.CadarsLocal Environments of Boron Heteroatoms in Non-Crystalline Layered BorosilicatesPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics1721664-216822015ACL laboGaragaPhysChemChemPhysExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C5CP03448E163.9.10.17511131/03/2016 12:32:0618/06/2015 11:13:511H, 29Si, NMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-01295566Boron heteroatom distributions are shown to be significantly different in two closely related layered borosilicates synthesized by subtly different alkylammonium surfactant species. The complicated order and disorder near framework boron sites in both borosilicates were characterized at the molecular level by using a combination of multi-dimensional solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy techniques and first-principles calculations. Specifically, two-dimensional (2D) solid-state J-mediated (through-bond) 11B{29Si} NMR analyses provide direct and local information on framework boron sites that are covalently bonded to silicon sites through bridging oxygen atoms. The resolution and identification of correlated signals from distinct 11B-O-29Si site pairs reveal distinct distributions of boron heteroatoms in layered borosilicate frameworks synthesized with the different C16H33N+Me3 and C16H33N+Me2Et structure-directing surfactant species. The analyses establish that boron atoms are distributed non-selectively among different types of silicon sites in the layered C16H33N+Me3-directed borosilicate framework, whereas boron atoms are preferentially incorporated into incompletely condensed Q3-type sites in the C16H33N+Me2Et-directed borosilicate material. Interestingly, framework boron species appear to induce framework condensation of their next-nearest-neighbor silicon sites in the C16H33N+Me3-directed borosilicate. By comparison, the incorporation of boron atoms is found to preserve the topology of the C16H33N+Me2Et-directed borosilicate frameworks. The differences in boron site distributions and local boron-induced structural transformations for the two surfactant-directed borosilicates appear to be due to different extents of cross-linking of the siliceous frameworks. The molecular-level insights are supported by density functional theory (DFT) calculations, which show the distinct influences of boron atoms on the C16H33N+Me3- and C16H33N+Me2Et-directed borosilicate frameworks, consistent with the experimental observations.2588
108353C.Mellier, F.Fayon, F.Boukhechba, E.Verron, M.LeFerrec, G.Montavon, J.Lesoeur, V.Schnitzler, D.Massiot, P.Janvier, O.Gauthier, J.M.Bouler, B.BujoliDesign and Properties of Novel Gallium-doped Injectable Apatitic CementsActa Biomaterialia24322-3322015ACL laboMellierActaBioMaterialiaExtérieur, Fayon, TGE MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.actbio.2015.05.02793.13.165.301302/11/2016 23:04:0312/06/2015 08:49:37Biomaterial, phosphate cement, gallium, CDA nanoparticles, 31P NMR, 71Ga high-field NMRhttp://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01391170 24
108290D.Massiot, C.M.Pradier, J.Maddaluno, J.F.Tassin, J.Moreau, M.Mostafavi, A.Imberty, P.Breuilles, C.LarrocheLa recherche en chimie aux frontières de la connaissanceAnnales des Mines - Réalités industrielles2 2015OV extMassiotAN-RIExtérieur, Fayon, Hors-CEMHTI MAT2C,RMN 92.90.16.1642705/08/2016 15:15:0125/05/2015 21:32:38 http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01228736v1 24
108261V.Sarou-Kanian, N.Joudiou, F.Louat, M.Yon, F.Szeremeta, S.Même, D.Massiot, M.Decoville, F.Fayon, J.C.BeloeilMetabolite localization in living drosophila using High Resolution Magic Angle Spinning NMRScientific Reports598722015ACL laboSarou-KanianSciRepExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, Florian, TGE MAT2C,MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1038/srep0987293.13.165.591330/07/2016 17:05:0520/04/2015 13:11:411H HR-MAS, spatially resolved NMR spectroscopy, drosophila, metabolomichttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-01171918 13133012
108041R.J.Messinger, M.Ménétrier, E.Salager, A.Boulineau, M.Duttine, D.Carlier, J.M.Ateba Mba, L.Croguennec, C.Masquelier, D.Massiot, M.DeschampsRevealing Defects in Crystalline Lithium-Ion Battery Electrodes by Solid-State NMR: Applications to LiVPO4FChemistry of Materials27(15)5212–52212015ACL laboMessingerChemMaterDeschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.chemmater.5b01234163.9.10.17511115/02/2016 00:07:1912/03/2015 15:01:037Li, battery, NMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-01200997Identifying and characterizing atomic-scale defects in crystalline solids is a challenging problem, particularly for lithium-ion intercalation materials, which often exhibit multiple oxidation and spin states as well as local ordering of lithium and charges. Here, we reveal the existence of characteristic lithium defect environments in the crystalline lithium-ion battery electrode LiVPO4F and establish the relative proximities between them. Well-crystallized LiVPO4F samples were synthesized with the expected tavorite-like structure, as established by X-ray diffraction (XRD) and scanning transmission electron microscopy (STEM) measurements. Solid-state 7Li nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra reveal unexpected paramagnetic 7Li environments that can account for up to 20% of the total lithium content. Multi-dimensional and site-selective solid-state 7Li NMR experiments using finite-pulse radio-frequency-driven recoupling (fp-RFDR), which recouple through-space 7Li magnetic dipolar interactions, establish unambiguously that the unexpected lithium environments are associated with defects within the LiVPO4F crystal structure. The lithium defects exhibit local electronic environments that are distinct from lithium ions in the crystallographic LiVPO4F site, which result from altered oxidation and/or spin states of nearby paramagnetic vanadium atoms. The results provide a general strategy for identifying and characterizing sub-nanometer-scale defects in lithium-containing crystalline solids, including paramagnetic materials with short 7Li NMR relaxation times on the order of milliseconds.2564
108031M.Deschamps, C.Genevois, S.Cui, C.Roiland, L.Le Pollès, E.Furet, D.Massiot, B.BureauSelenium arsenide glasses structure studied by NMR: selenium chain lengths distributions and the Flory modelJournal of Physical Chemistry C11911852-118572015ACL laboDeschampsJPhysChemCExtérieur, Allix, Deschamps, Fayon MAT2C,CERAM,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/acs.jpcc.5b02423163.9.10.17511102/11/2016 22:46:3012/03/2015 14:55:4077Se, NMRhttp://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01391167Five homogeneous arsenic selenide glasses with target compositions As2Se3, AsSe2, AsSe3, AsSe4.5 and AsSe6 were studied quantitatively by 77Se CPMG-MAS-NMR and TEM-EDX. The whole set of NMR spectra is simultaneously fitted with six distinct environments taking into account the effect of first and second neighbors on the position of the 77Se resonance. The selenium chains are bound at each end to trivalent arsenic atoms, and the chain lengths distribution can be modeled with the Flory theory, which is well known in polymer science, and is used here for the first time to model the probability to find each selenium environments in a selenide glass. No arsenic homopolar bond is detected in our experiments.26610
107036K.Al Saghir, S.Chenu, E.Veron, F.Fayon*, M.Suchomel, C.Genevois, F.Porcher, G.Matzen, D.Massiot, M.AllixTransparency through Structural Disorder: A New Concept for Innovative Transparent CeramicsChemistry of Materials27508-5142015ACL laboAl SaghirChemMaterExtérieur, Allix, Fayon MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm5037106163.9.22.613702/11/2016 22:39:3421/07/2014 14:40:04 http://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01391162Transparent polycrystalline ceramics present significant economical and functional advantages over single crystal materials for optical, communication, and laser technologies. To date, transparency in these ceramics is ensured either by an optical isotropy (i.e., cubic symmetry) or a nanometric crystallite size, and the main challenge remains to eliminate porosity through complex high pressure−high temperature synthesis. Here we introduce a new concept to achieve ultimate transparency reaching the theoretical limit. We use a controlled degree of chemical disorder in the structure to obtain optical isotropy at the micrometer length scale. This approach can be applied in the case of anisotropic structures and micrometer scale crystal size ceramics. We thus report Sr1+x/2Al2+xSi2−xO8 (0 < x ≤ 0.4) readily scalable polycrystalline ceramics elaborated by full and congruent crystallization from glass. These materials reach 90% transmittance. This innovative method should drive the development of new highly transparent materials with technologically relevant applications.106
106270A.Doret, N.Pellerin, S.Pellerin, M.Allix, V.Léna, K.Perrigaud, D.MassiotInfluence of Alteration Solutions on the Chemical Durability of the Zerodur Glass-Ceramic: Structural InvestigationInternational Journal of Applied Ceramic Technology12811-8222015ACL laboDoretInternationalJournalofAppliedCeramicTechnologExtérieur, Allix, Fayon MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1111/ijac.12270193.49.93.73412/07/2016 19:56:0122/04/2014 09:51:01 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-01023453 106
108210Sylvian Cadars, Mathieu Allix, Darren H.Brouwer, Ramzy Shayib, Matthew Suchomel, Mounesha N.Garaga, Aydar Rakhmatullin, Allen W.Burton, Stacey I.Zones, Dominique Massiot, Bradley F.ChmelkaLong- and Short-Range Constraints for the Structure Determination of Layered Silicates with Stacking DisorderChemistry of Materials266994-70082014ACL laboSylvian CadarsChemMaterExtérieur, Allix, Deschamps, Fayon, Florian MAT2C,CERAM,MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm503190u163.9.10.19621104/09/2017 09:46:1703/04/2015 15:11:45Layered silicates, NMR, XRD, DFT, electron microscopy, structure determinationhttp://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/hal-01581001Layered silicates have important applications as host materials, supports for catalysis, and zeolite precursors. However, their local structures are often challenging to establish due to disorder of the sheet assemblies. We present a new protocol that combines long- and short-range structural constraints from diffraction and solid-state NMR techniques, respectively, to determine the molecular structure of layered silicates in the presence of various extents of stacking disorder. Solid-state 29Si NMR data are largely insensitive to the incomplete extent of three-dimensional (3D) crystallinity that limits the interpretation of diffraction data alone to the identification of possible unit cells and space groups. State-of-the-art NMR crystallography techniques consequently provide a simplified view of materials from which candidate framework structures can be built and evaluated based on local structural constraints, including interatomic distances, Si site numbers and multiplicities, and Si−O−Si connectivities, and refined using density functional theory. This protocol was applied to a new layered silicate material named CLS-1, of composition [Si5O11H][C9N2H15]·1.9(H2O), synthesized by using a fluoride-based protocol and cationic alkylaminopyridinium as a structure-directing agent (SDA). Despite the intrinsic complexity and partial ordering of the intersheet arrangements and organic−inorganic interactions, this led to the identification of a single space group that is compatible with both NMR and diffraction data, from which the silicate framework structure could be established,. The remarkable similarities between the layered framework structures of CLS-1, HUS-2 (Tsunoji et al. J. Mater. Chem. 2012, 22, 13682), and another layered silicate material with a radically different morphology and extent of stacking order and interlayer dynamics, established by using a similar approach (Brouwer et al. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 5641), point to the remarkable robustness of this previously unknown silicate framework type.13133814
107260E.Gasnier, I.Bardez-Giboire, V.Montouillout, N.Pellerin, M.Allix, N.Massoni, S.Ory, M.Cabie, S.Poissonnet, D.MassiotHomogeneity of Peraluminous SiO2-B2O3-Al2O3-Na2O-CaO-Nd2O3 Glasses: Effect of neodymium contentJournal of Non Crystalline Solids40555–622014ACL laboGasnierJNCSExtérieur, Allix, Fayon MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2014.08.032163.9.10.1326719/05/2015 17:42:5031/07/2014 16:16:29 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-01085220 106
106701A.Kermagoret, R.Nathaniel Kerber, M.P.Conley, E.Callens, P.Florian, D.Massiot, F.Delbecq, X.Rozanska, C.Copéret, P.SautetChlorodiethylaluminum supported on silica: A dinuclear aluminum surface species with bridging μ2-Cl-ligand as a highly efficient co-catalyst for the Ni-catalyzed dimerization of etheneJournal of Catalysis31346-542014ACL laboKermagoretJCatalysisExtérieur, Fayon, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jcat.2014.02.006192.168.40.212730/07/2016 19:25:5520/06/2014 17:04:22Catalyse NMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-01085224 1310748
106590R.Wischert, P.Florian, C.Coperet, D.Massiot, P.SautetOn the Visibility of Al Surface Sites of γ-Alumina: A Combined Computational and Experimental Point of ViewJournal of Physical Chemistry C11815292-152992014ACL laboWischertJPhysChemCExtérieur, Fayon, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp503277m82.240.73.672731/07/2016 13:08:0620/06/2014 00:43:20 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-01085221 1310748
105920L.Martel, D.Massiot, M.DeschampsPhase separation in sodium silicates observed by solid-state MAS-NMRJournal of Non Crystalline Solids39037-442014ACL laboMartelJNCSDeschamps, Fayon MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2014.02.015194.167.30.7811120/11/2014 20:29:5111/02/2014 14:20:29 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-01085222Phase separation in glasses has been extensively studied due to its occurence in silica-rich glasses; however, some aspects as the first steps of the nucleation of domains with different compositions remain to be clarified as they are difficult to characterize with most analytical techniques. Thereafter, it will be demonstrated that these first steps of phase separation can be studied using solid-state magic angle spinning nuclear magnetic resonnance (MAS-NMR). First, the measurement of the spin–lattice relaxation (T1) in such glasses without added paramagnetic impurities helps for the identification of phase separation and of small Q4 clusters. Second, two-dimensional 29Si–29Si correlation experiments characterize the Si-O-Si network after various heat treatments and are used to obtain the compositions of the two demixing phases. The first phase is made of nearly pure silica (SiO2) and the second with a composition that tends towards the Na2Si2O5 composition. A link can be made with the crystallizing phases when longer heat-treatments are applied.2588
105700A.Sadoc, M.Biswal, M.Body, C.Legein, F.Boucher, D.Massiot, F.FayonNMR parameters in column 13 metal fluoride compounds (AlF3, GaF3, InF3 and TlF) from first principle calculationsSolid State NMR59-601-72014ACL laboSadocSSNMRExtérieur, Fayon, TGE MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ssnmr.2014.01.001163.9.10.1991320/11/2014 20:34:5214/01/2014 11:13:16First principle calculations, solid state NMR, crystalline fluorideshttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-01085225 24
105212C.Le Losq, D.R.Neuville, P.Florian, G.S.Henderson, D.MassiotThe role of Al3+ on rheology and structural changes in sodium silicate and aluminosilicate glasses and melts.Geochimica Cosmochimica Acta126495–5172014ACL laboLe LosqGeoCosmoActaExtérieur, Fayon, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gca.2013.11.01092.90.21.141430/07/2016 19:23:3711/11/2013 16:24:39Glasseshttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-01085226 1310748
105181C.Despas, V.Schnitzler, P.Janvier, F.Fayon, D.Massiot, J.M.Bouler, B.Bujoli, A.WalcariusHigh Frequency Impedance Measurement as a Relevant Tool to Monitor Apatitic Cement Setting ReactionActa Biomaterialia10940-9502014ACL laboDespasActaBioMaterialiaExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.actbio.2013.10.019193.55.75.1422731/07/2016 15:43:5429/10/2013 20:49:14Biomaterial, apatitic phosphate cement, setting, impedance measurement, 31P NMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00904162 24
104920M.H.Chambrier, A.Le Bail, F.Giovannelli, A.Redjaimia, P.Florian, D.Massiot, E.Suard, F.GoutenoireLa10W2O21: An Anion-Deficient Fluorite-Related Superstructure with Oxide Ion ConductionInorganic Chemistry53147–1592014ACL laboChambrierInorgChemExtérieur, Fayon, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic401801u92.90.26.1082730/07/2016 19:22:3614/10/2013 09:16:05 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-01085227 1310748
104400Yannick Ledemi, Bruno Bureau, Gérard Le Caër, Laurent Calvez, Claire Roiland, Grégory Tricot, Pierre Florian, Virginie Nazabal, Dominique Massiot71Ga NMR in chalcogenide and chalco-halide glassesJournal of Non Crystalline Solids383216–2212014ACL extYannick LedemiJNCSExtérieur http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2013.03.03882.240.73.672729/11/2013 12:15:2415/09/2013 22:04:3771Ga verreshttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00859753 00
104395S.Chenu, E.Véron, C.Genevois, G.Matzen, T.Cardinal, A.Etienne, D.Massiot, M.AllixTuneable Nanostructuring of Highly Transparent Zinc Gallogermanate Glasses and Glass-CeramicsAdvanced Optical Materials23642014ACL laboChenuAdvOpticalMatExtérieur, Allix CERAM,http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/adom.201400007163.9.22.613710/07/2014 12:37:5213/09/2013 16:18:59 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00996549New nanostructured gallogermanate-based glass materials exhibiting high transparency in the visible and infrared regions are fabricated by conventional melt-quenching. These materials can accommodate wide oxide compositions and present nanoscale phase separation, in the form of droplets well separated from the germanate matrix. The size of the nanostructures can be tailored depending on the composition. A single heat treatment then allows selective crystallization of the sole glassy phase corresponding to the droplets. As the crystal growth is limited by the size of the initial phase separation, the resulting glass-ceramic materials exhibit nanostructures and transparency similar to the ones observed in the parent glass. The large variety of accessible compositions combined with the precise control over the nanostructure offer a great opportunity to design new highly transparent nanostructured glass and glass-ceramic materials with a wide range of tuneable optical properties.82
104971N.Pellerin, J-P.Blondeau, S.Noui, M.Allix, S.Ory, O.Veron, D.De Sousa Meneses, D.MassiotControl of selective silicate glass coloration by gold metallic nanoparticles: structural investigation, growth mechanisms, and plasmon resonance modelizationGold Bulletin46243-252013ACL laboPellerinGoldBullAllix, Fayon, Ntsoenzok, De Sousa Meneses MAT2C,CERAM,ORT,DEFIR,RMNCyclohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s13404-013-0121-x193.49.93.73420/11/2014 20:49:5921/10/2013 09:17:56 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-01085229Soda lime silicate oxide glasses are studied to perform coloration thanks to gold nanoparticle crystallization. This precipitation is conducted by chemical reduction of gold ions with stannous or antimony oxides as reducing agents. A control of the rendered coloration between blank to red shades has been obtained using Sb2O3 agent and appropriate thermal treatments. The glasses remain colorless while heating up to 450°C. Structural glasses evolution is studied by MAS NMR spectroscopy of 29Si and 23Na nuclei to investigate the silicate network polymerization change and the modification of sodium/oxygen bond length versus nucleation state and growth of Au nanoparticles. A clear decrease of the Q2 species part is observed with nanoparticles growth, confirmed by the evolution of chemical shift for 23Na resonance. A slight network polymerization is then showed, independently of the only - thermal treatment. This structural change could be induced by the antimony oxidation and change towards higher coordinations. Finally the glasses chemical durability has been studied by leaching tests and shows lower alteration for colored glass. The optical spectroscopy applied to colored glasses has given rise to plasmon resonance phenomena at around 600 nm which is the typical surface plasmon resonance of gold for a refractive medium index of 1.5, with a shift of the resonance towards the higher wavelengths with increasing thermal treatment temperature. This shift is modelised by Drude and MIE approaches and confirms the trend observed by UV-Visible measurement with an increasing absorption at the SPR correlated to a typical Oswald growth mechanism according to the increase of the annealing temperature.106630
104485V.Sarou-Kanian, A.N.Gleizes, P.Florian, D.Samélor, D.Massiot, C.VahlasTemperature Dependent 4–, 5– and 6–fold Coordination of Aluminum in MOCVD–grown Amorphous Alumina Films: A Very High Field 27Al–NMR StudyJournal of Physical Chemistry C11721965–219712013ACL laboSarou-KanianJPhysChemCExtérieur, Fayon, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp4077504188.118.24.1552731/07/2016 15:25:3827/09/2013 12:39:4127Al Disorderhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00904158 1310748
104350P.Florian, D.MassiotBeyond Periodicity: Probing Disorder in Crystalline Materials by Solid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance SpectroscopyCrystEngComm158623 - 86262013ACL laboFlorianCrystEngCommFayon, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C3CE40982A193.55.75.1461431/07/2016 15:24:4103/09/2013 10:24:35 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00904161 1310748
101332A.Kermagoret, R.Nathaniel Kerber, M.P.Conley, E.Callens, P.Florian, D.Massiot, C.Copéret, F.Delbecq, X.Rozanska, P.SautetTriisobutylaluminum: bulkier and yet more reactive towards silica surfaces than triethyl or trimethylaluminumDalton Transactions4212681-126872013ACL laboKermagoretDaltonTransExtérieur, Fayon, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/C3DT51005K163.9.10.1982731/07/2016 15:27:0405/03/2013 13:18:05NMR Catalysishttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00904155 1310748
100140J.Sanz, D.MassiotNuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, Chapter 2.8Developments in Clay Science, Handbook of Clay Science, Bergaya, Theng and Lagaly Editors, Elsevier5233-2742013OS laboSanzDCSExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-08-098259-5.00010-X163.9.10.1982708/08/2016 14:47:5528/12/2012 14:05:48 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00904150 24
100132F.Fayon, C.Duée, T.Poumeyrol, M.Allix, D.MassiotEvidence of Nanometric-Sized Phosphate Clusters in Bioactive Glasses as Revealed by Solid-State 31P NMRJournal of Physical Chemistry C1172283-22882013ACL laboFayonJPhysChemCAllix, Fayon MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp312263j163.9.10.1981331/07/2016 17:40:4028/12/2012 11:35:2031P multiple-quantum NMR spectroscopy, spin-counting, 31P-29Si REDOR, clusteringhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00794675Bioactive glasses are able to form strong bonds to bone. This property, crucial for medical applications, depends on the glass composition and structure. Dissolution of phosphates in melt-quenched silicate glasses raises the question of chemical homogeneity and possible formation of clusters. A detailed structural characterization of the bioactive glasses is thus highly desirable. In this work, the nature of the distribution of phosphate units in a melt-quenched bioactive glass is elucidated for the first time using 31P spin-counting solid-state NMR experiments. The structure of a dense bioactive calcium silicate glass with 2.6 mol.% of phosphorus oxide is shown to exhibit nanometric-sized chemical and structural heterogeneities. Clear experimental evidences for the presence of phosphate clusters of five and six PO4 tetrahedral units embedded in the disordered polymeric silicate network are given.106
100123M.Allix, S.Chenu, E.Véron, T.Poumeyrol, E.A.Kouadri-Boudjelthia, S.Alahraché, F.Porcher, D.Massiot, F.FayonConsiderable improvement of long-persistent luminescence in germanium and tin substituted ZnGa2O4Chemistry of Materials251600–16062013ACL laboAllixChemMaterExtérieur, Allix, Fayon, Ntsoenzok MAT2C,CERAM,DEFIR,RMNCyclohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm304101n163.9.10.19813721/07/2014 14:26:3928/12/2012 10:39:23 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00904153The red long-lasting luminescence properties of the ZnGa2O4:Cr3+ spinel material are shown to be much improved when germanium or tin is substituted to the nominal composition. The resulting Zn1+xGa2−2x(Ge/Sn)xO4 (0 ≤ x ≤ 0.5) spinel solid solutions synthesized here by a classic solid state method have been structurally characterized by X-ray and neutron powder diffraction refinements coupled to 71Ga solid state NMR studies. In contrast to ZnGa2O4:Cr3+ for which long lasting luminescence properties have been reported to arise from tetrahedral positively charged defects resulting from the spinel inversion, our results show that a different mechanism occurs complementary for Zn1+xGa2−2x(Ge/Sn)xO4. Here, the great enhancement of the brightness and decay time of the long lasting luminescence properties is directly driven by the substitution mechanism which creates distorted octahedral sites surrounded by octahedral Ge and Sn positive substitutional defects which likely act as new efficient traps.103414
100034D.Massiot, R.J.Messinger, S.Cadars, M.Deschamps, V.Montouillout, N.Pellerin, E.Veron, M.Allix, P.Florian, F.FayonTopological, Geometric, and Chemical Order in Materials: Insights from Solid-State NMRAccounts of Chemical Research461975–19842013ACL laboMassiotAccChemResAllix, Deschamps, Fayon MAT2C,CERAM,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ar300325582.240.73.672715/12/2016 11:09:0408/12/2012 23:40:43Glasshttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00904151 26610
99772E.Véron, M.N.Garaga, D.Pelloquin, S.Cadars, M.Suchomel, E.Suard, D.Massiot, V.Montouillout, G.Matzen, M.AllixSynthesis and structure determination of CaSi1/3B2/3O8/3, a new calcium borosilicateInorganic Chemistry524250–42582013ACL laboVéronInorgChemExtérieur, Allix, Fayon MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic302114t163.9.10.1985330/07/2016 16:37:0527/11/2012 11:59:2911B 29Si NMR RMNhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00794672 106
663614M.Deschamps, E.Gilbert, P.Azais, E.Raymundo-Pinero, M.R.Ammar, P.Simon, D.Massiot, F.BéguinExploring electrolyte organization in supercapacitor electrodes with solid-state NMRNature Materials12351–3582013ACL laboDeschampsNatureMatExtérieur, Fayon, Simon, Deschamps, Ania MAT2C,ORT,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1038/nmat3567163.9.10.7211109/12/2014 12:09:4815/03/2011 17:09:42NMR, supercapacitor, carbon / INC-CNRShttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00794669 6620
89630H.Kiyono, Y.Matsuda, T.Shimada, M.Ando, I.Oikawa, H.Maekawa, S.Nakayama, S.Ohki, M.Tansho, T.Shimizu, P.Florian, Dominique MassiotOxygen-17 nuclear magnetic resonance measurements on apatite-type lanthanum silicate (La9.33(SiO4)6O2)Solid State Ionics22864-692012ACL laboKiyonoSolStIonicsExtérieur, Fayon, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ssi.2012.09.01682.240.73.672731/07/2016 15:28:5821/10/2012 11:03:5017Ohttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00749150We used magic angle spinning (MAS), multiquantum (MQ)-MAS, and high-temperature (HT) nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) measurements to investigate the oxide-ion conduction path of oxygen-17 (O-17) in apatite-type lanthanum silicate La9.33(SiO4)6O2. A highly crystalline apatite-type lanthanum silicate was specifically synthesized for the measurements. MAS and MQ-MAS NMR confirmed that four kinds of oxide-ion sites are present in the structure and showed a small extra peak (&lt; 1%) possibly due to an interstitial site. The high-temperature measurements showed that the line shape changed and sharpened with increasing temperature from 200 °C, and the peak position shifted at 700 °C. The comparison of the results between MAS NMR (room-temperature) and HT static NMR showed the exchange of oxide ions bonded to Si (O1, O2, and O3) but the apparent exchange between the oxide ions (O1, O2, and O3) and the oxide ion at the isolated site (O4) is not observed. The exchange of the oxide ions that are bonded to Si (O1, O2, and O3) suggests that they are the main diffusion species in oxide-ion conductivity.1310748
89200P.Florian, E.Véron, T.Green, J.R.Yates, D.MassiotElucidation of the Al/Si ordering in Gehlenite Ca2Al2SiO7 by combined 29Si and 27Al NMR spectroscopy / quantum chemical calculationsChemistry of Materials244068–40792012ACL laboFlorianChemMaterExtérieur, Allix, Fayon, Florian MAT2C,CERAM,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm3016935163.9.10.1061412/04/2016 14:46:2308/10/2012 15:38:21 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00749161 13108210
88555M.Deschamps, D.MassiotCorrelation Experiments Involving Half-Integer Quadrupolar NucleiNMR of Quadrupolar Nuclei in Solid Materials, Eds. R.E.Wasylishen, S.E.Ashbrook, S.Wimperis (Wiley, New York)  2012OS laboDeschampsNMRQNDeschamps, Fayon MAT2C,MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.17511108/08/2016 14:58:5125/09/2012 17:05:52   2588
87250D.Laurencin, C.Gervais, H.Stork, S.Kramer, D.Massiot, F.Fayon25Mg Solid-State NMR of Magnesium Phosphates: High Magnetic Field Experiments and Density Functional Theory CalculationsJournal of Physical Chemistry C11619984-199952012ACL laboLaurencinJPhysChemCExtérieur, Fayon, TGE MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp307456m163.9.10.1981321/09/2012 09:56:1730/08/2012 10:15:4025Mg solid-state NMR, DFT GIPAW computations, phosphates, CaSciModOThttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00728158Natural-abundance 25Mg solid-state NMR data obtained using very high magnetic fields of 17.6, 20.0, and 30.0 T are reported for a series of magnesium phosphate compounds, some of which are of potential biomedical interest. The 25Mg NMR parameters have been calculated by using the DFT PAW and GIPAW methods, for both the experimental and DFT atomic position optimized structures. For most of the studied compounds, the geometry optimization step improves significantly the accuracy of the calculations and good correlations between experimental and calculated 25Mg chemical shifts and quadrupolar coupling constants were achieved showing that this approach can be used to obtain unambiguous assignments of the 25Mg resonances in more complex phosphate compounds. The possibility of recording natural abundance 25Mg NMR spectra in materials with very low Mg content is illustrated for a 10% Mg-substituted hydroxyapatite sample. In this case, the distribution of 25Mg quadrupolar coupling measured experimentally has been compared with values previously calculated for several structural models. The results suggest that more complex structural models must be developed to improve the understanding of the Ca/Mg substitution on the basis of 25Mg NMR data. 24
87121S.Cadars, R.Guégan, M.N.Garaga, X.Bourrat, L.Le Forestier, F.Fayon, T.V.Huynh, T.Allier, Z.Nour, D.MassiotNew Insights into the Molecular Structures, Compositions, and Cation Distributions in Synthetic and Natural Montmorillonite ClaysChemistry of Materials244376–43892012ACL laboCadarsChemMaterExtérieur, Fayon, TGE, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm302549k163.9.10.18821117/01/2013 14:24:3810/08/2012 09:12:15NMR, 29Si, 27Al, 25Mg, 1H, DFT calculations, montmorillonite, alumino-silicate clay, ANR ALUBOROSIL, CaSciModOT CCSC, CINEShttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00749159We present a detailed investigation of the molecular structure of montmorillonite, an aluminosilicate clay with important applications in materials sciences, such as for catalysis, drug delivery, or as a waste barrier. Solid-state 29Si, 27Al, 25Mg, and 1H nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) measurements combined with DFT calculations provide a comprehensive picture of the local structure and composition of a synthetic clay and of its naturally-occurring analogue. A revised composition is proposed based on Solid-State NMR results that allow the identification and quantification of the signatures of otherwise undetectable non-crystalline impurities, thus largely complementing the traditional elemental analyses. Solid-state 1H NMR at fast magic-angle spinning (MAS) and high magnetic field provide quantitative information on intra- and inter-layer local environments that are crucial for the determination of the amount of Mg/Al substitution within the octahedral layer. In combination with DFT calculations of energies, it suggests that pairs of adjacent Mg atoms are unfavorable, leading to a non-random cationic distribution within the layers.24
86950Z.Wang, M.Gobet, V.Sarou-Kanian, D.Massiot, C.Bessada, M.DeschampsLithium diffusion in lithium nitride by Pulsed-Field Gradient NMRPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics1413535-135382012ACL laboWangPhysChemChemPhysDeschamps, Florian, Fayon MAT2C,MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c2cp42391j163.9.10.17511106/11/2012 17:55:0128/06/2012 12:32:34NMR, PFG, gradient, diffusion, 7Lihttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00749158Lithium self-diffusion coefficients are measured for the first time using 7Li Pulsed-Field Gradient Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (PFG-NMR) in a crystalline inorganic solid-state powder of α-Li3N between 534 K and 774 K. The diffusion of lithium cations is anisotropic, and the activation energy for the diffusion within the Li2N layers is about 0.15 eV.13133012
78342F.Babonneau, C.Bonhomme, C.Gervais, T.Azaïs, O.Lafon, L.Montagne, J.P.Amoureux, T.Charpentier, F.Angeli, F.Fayon, M.Deschamps, S.Cadars, P.Florian, D.MassiotLes spins nucléaires : des espions pour explorer la structure des matériauxActualité Chimique364-36573-812012OV laboBabonneauVulgarisationFayon, Deschamps MAT2C,RMN 86.68.3.19811130/10/2012 17:18:2704/04/2012 17:26:44   24
77840R.N.Kerber, A.Kermagoret, E.Callens, P.Florian, D.Massiot, A.Lesage, C.Copéret, F.Delbecq, X Rozanska, P.SautetNature and structure of aluminum surface sites grafted on silica from a combination of high field aluminum-27 solidstate NMR spectroscopy and first principle calculationsJournal of American Chemical Society1346767–67752012ACL laboKerberJACSExtérieur, Florian, Fayon, TGE MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ja3008566163.9.10.1061427/08/2012 15:07:3008/03/2012 10:20:41RMN 27Al, Haut Champs, 1000MHz, Surface, Catalyse NMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00699535The determination of the nature and structure of surface sites after chemical modification of large surface area oxides such as silica is a key point for many applications and challenging from a spectroscopic point of view. This has been for instance a long-standing problem for silica reacted with alkyl aluminum compounds, a system typically studied as a model for supported methylaluminoxane and aluminum co-catalyst. While 27Al solid state NMR spectroscopy would be a method of choice, it has been difficult to apply this technique because of large quadrupolar broadenings. Here from a combined use of the highest stable field NMR instruments (17.6, 20.0 and 23.5 T) and ultra-fast magic angle spinning (>60 kHz), high quality spectra were obtained, allowing isotropic chemical shifts, quadrupolar couplings and asymmetric parameters to be extracted. Combined with first principle calculations, these NMR signatures were then assigned to actual structures of surface aluminum sites. For silica (here SBA-15) reacted with triethylaluminum, the surface sites are in fact mainly dinuclear Al species, grafted on the silica surface via either two terminal or two bridging siloxy ligands. Tetrahedral sites, resulting from the incorporation of Al inside the silica matrix, are also seen as minor species. No evidence for putative tri-coordinated Al atoms has been found.1310748
75200C.Tealdi, C.Ferrara, L.Malavasi, P.Mustarelli, C.Ritter, A.Spinella, D.Massiot, P.FlorianAverage versus local structure in K2NiF4-type LaSrAlO4: direct experimental evidence of local cationic orderingJournal of Materials Chemistry2210488-104952012ACL laboTealdiJMaterChemExtérieur, Florian, Fayon MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c2jm30603d163.9.155.662706/11/2012 17:52:2702/01/2012 14:48:0827Al Ordering NMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00749157 1310748
74930L.Martel, S.Cadars, E.Véron, D.Massiot, M.DeschampsEffects of the orientation of the 23Na-29Si dipolar vector on the dipolar mediated heteronuclear solid state NMR correlation spectrum of crystalline sodium silicatesSolid State NMR45-461-102012ACL laboMartelSSNMRFayon, Deschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ssnmr.2012.04.00186.68.3.25011106/11/2012 17:45:3819/12/2011 17:14:45NMR, 23Na, 29Si, D-HMQC, quadrupolar, DFThttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00749153Dipolar-Heteronuclear Multiple Quantum Correlation (D-HMQC) experiment based on SR421 recoupling was shown as a very efficient probe of spatial proximities in ordered or disordered materials. As crystalline sodium silicates have been extensively studied using 1D and 2D MAS NMR experiments and DFT calculations, they have been used as candidate model systems to perform this D-HMQC experiment. In this work, we demonstrate that the combination of 29Si and 23Na NMR at high magnetic field and DFT calculations makes it possible to revisit the assignment of the NMR signature of δ-Na2Si2O5 polymorph. Then, after performing the D-HMQC experiment on this crystalline sample, we identified lineshape distortions on the 23Na spectra extracted from this 2D map. Numerical simulations showed that these distortions results to an effect of the relative orientation between the 23Na quadrupolar tensor and the 23Na-29Si dipolar vector at the origin of the magnetization transfer.24
72701A.L.Rollet, M.Allix, E.Véron, M.Deschamps, V.Montouillout, M.R.Suchomel, E.Suard, M.Barre, M.Ocaña, A.Sadoc, F.Boucher, C.Bessada, D.Massiot, F.FayonSynthesis and structure resolution of RbLaF4Inorganic Chemistry5122722012ACL laboRolletInorgChemExtérieur, Allix, Deschamps, Fayon MAT2C,CERAM,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic202301e163.9.22.613719/11/2012 17:32:3916/11/2011 10:37:16Cascimodot CCRShttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00749155The synthesis and the structure resolution of RbLaF4 are described. RbLaF4 is synthesized by the solid state reaction between RbF and LaF3 at 425°C under a non-oxidizing atmosphere. Its crystal structure has been resolved by combining neutron and synchrotron powder diffraction data refinements (Pnma, a = 6.46281(2) Å, b = 3.86498(1) Å, c = 16.17629(4) Å, Z=4). One dimensional 87Rb, 139La and 19F MAS NMR spectra have been recorded and are in agreement with the proposed structural model. Assignment of the 19F resonances is performed on the basis of both 19F-139La J-coupling multiplet patterns observed in a heteronuclear DQfiltered J-resolved spectrum and 19F-87Rb HMQC MAS experiments. DFT calculations of both the 19F isotropic chemical shieldings and the 87Rb, 139La electric field gradient tensors using the GIPAW and PAW methods implemented in the CASTEP code are in perfect agreement with the experimental values and support the proposed structural model. Finally, the conductivity of RbLaF4 and the luminescence properties of Eu-doped LaRbF4 are investigated.26610
68750M.Deschamps, S.Cadars, E.Gilbert, P.Azaïs, E.Raymundo-Pinero, F.Béguin, D.MassiotA solid-state NMR study of C70: a model molecule for amorphous carbons.Solid State NMR4281-862012ACL laboDeschampsSSNMRExtérieur, Fayon, Deschamps, Ania MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ssnmr.2012.01.001163.9.10.7211117/11/2013 09:39:2224/08/2011 17:24:48NMR, 13C, carbon, supercapacitor, CASCIMODOT DFThttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00620707In this paper, we show that natural abundance, solid-state MAS-NMR 13C INADEQUATE spectra can be recorded for crystallized C70, using the through-bond J-coupling for the magnetization transfer. The effect of strong J-coupling can be lessened at higher magnetic fields, allowing the observation of cross-peaks between close resonances. DFT calculations of the chemical shifts show an excellent agreement with the experimental values. A correlation is observed between the average CCC bond angles and the 13C chemical shift, offering a way to understand the dispersion of 13C chemical shifts in nanoporous activated carbons in terms of local deviation from planarity.24
68681S.Alahraché, M.Deschamps, J.Lambert, M.R.Suchomel, D.De Sousa Meneses, G.Matzen, D.Massiot, E.Véron, M.AllixCrystallization of Y2O3-Al2O3 rich glasses: synthesis of YAG glass-ceramicsJournal of Physical Chemistry C11520499–205062011ACL laboAlahrachéJPhysChemCExtérieur, Allix, Fayon, De Sousa Meneses, Deschamps MAT2C,CERAM,ORT,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp207516w163.9.22.613719/11/2012 17:23:0016/08/2011 09:59:09NMR 27Al 29Sihttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00640080An yttria-alumina glass incorporating 4 wt% of SiO2 was prepared by the use of an aerodynamic levitator equipped with a laser heating device. Upon post synthesis annealing, the glass is observed to exhibit crystallization below the glass transition temperature. In the current study, this unusual behaviour is examined using powder X-ray diffraction and infrared spectroscopy to follow crystallinity and optical absorbance as a function of annealing treatment. Double-resonance 7Al/29Si NMR spectroscopy and synchrotron diffraction experiments demonstrate that Si cations are incorporated in the formed Y3Al5O12(YAG) crystals on the 4-fold coordination Al site during crystallization. This has important consequences on the resulting microstructure of the YAG glass-ceramics.4222
68080T.Mineva, P.Gaveau, A.Galarneau, D.Massiot, B.Alonso14N: a sensitive NMR probe for the study of surfactant-oxide interfacesJournal of Physical Chemistry C11519293–193022011ACL laboMinevaJPhysChemCFayon MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp206567q163.9.10.1982707/11/2011 11:21:0113/07/2011 09:48:0614N Mesoporous DFThttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00637899 24
67771D.R.Neuville, P.Florian, C.Le Losq, D.MassiotStructure et propriété des verres et des liquides : le rôle de l’aluminiumMatériaux et Techniques98395-4022011OV laboNeuvilleMatTechExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1051/mattech/2011014163.9.10.1982710/11/2011 15:58:1107/06/2011 18:14:37Glass NMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00640065 24
67700M.Deschamps, D.MassiotCorrelation experiments involving half-integer quadrupolar nucleiEncyclopedia of NMR, D.M. Grant and R.K. Harris editor (Wiley, New York)  2011OSEncyclopedia of NMR, D.M. Grant and R.K. Harris editor (Wiley, New York)laboDeschampsMRINMRDeschamps, Fayon MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9780470034590.emrstm1207163.9.10.7211108/08/2016 15:11:5331/05/2011 14:59:08quadrupolar, NMR  2588
67210C.Mellier, F.Fayon, V.Schnitzler, P.Deniard, M.Allix, S.Quillard, D.Massiot, J.M.Bouler, B.Bujoli, P.JanvierCharacterization and Properties of Novel Gallium-doped Calcium Phosphate CeramicsInorganic Chemistry508252–82602011ACL laboMellierInorgChemExtérieur, Fayon, 750 MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic200777782.240.73.671310/11/2011 16:21:3720/04/2011 22:02:0331P 71Ga Biomaterials Phosphatehttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00640087 24
66372M.Deschamps, C.Roiland, B.Bureau, G.Yang, L.Le Pollès, D.Massiot77Se solid-state NMR investigations on AsxSe1-x glasses using CPMG acquisition under MASSolid State NMR4072-772011ACL laboDeschampsSSNMRFayon, Deschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ssnmr.2011.06.001163.9.10.7211119/11/2012 17:22:0215/03/2011 17:13:3077Se, NMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-0064007177Se (I = 1/2) solid-state NMR is a very sensitive probe of the local structure of selenide glasses, which themselves are promising for optical applications. In this work, we show that although 77Se has a low natural abundance (7.58%) and a wide spectral range, the sensitivity can be dramatically increased by using Carr-Purcell-Meiboom-Gill (CPMG) trains of rotor-synchronized PI pulses during the detection of 77Se magnetization but may be affected by chemical shift anisotropy when the Magic Angle Spinning rate is not fast enough and by offset effects. The indirect dimension of the T2CPMG-resolved spectrum shows a strong influence of the J-couplings between naturally occurring 77Se pairs. The resulting spectra show that the structural model known as "chains crossing model" is not entirely suitable to describe the glassy network of the Se-rich compositions.24
63860C.Martineau, F.Fayon, M.R.Suchomel, M.Allix, D.Massiot, F.TaulelleStructure Resolution of Ba5Al3F19 and Investigation of Fluorine Ion Dynamics by Synchrotron Powder Diffraction, Variable Temperature Solid-State NMR and Quantum ComputationInorganic Chemistry502644–26532011ACL laboMartineauInorgChemExtérieur, Allix, Fayon MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic102534d163.9.10.371312/10/2012 22:06:2907/01/2011 12:04:44Fluorides, 19F and 27Al NMR, EXSY, dipolar double-quantum single-quantum correlation, DFT, chemical shift calculation, CaSciModOThttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00608517 106
63631S.Cadars, G.Layrac, C.Gérardin, M.Deschamps, J.R.Yates, D.Tichit, D.MassiotIdentification and Quantification of Defects in the Cation Ordering in Mg/Al Layered Double HydroxidesChemistry of Materials232821-28312011ACL laboCadarsChemMaterExtérieur, Fayon, TGE, 750, Deschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm200029q163.9.10.18821119/11/2012 17:20:4809/12/2010 09:17:04NMR RMN du 27Al et 1H, hauts champs, haute vitesse de rotation Calculs premiers principes (DFT) CASCIMODOThttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00609135Cation ordering is believed to have crucial effects on many of the physico-chemical properties that make layered double hydroxides (LDHs) materials of considerable interest as host structures for drug delivery systems, nanocomposite materials, or for catalysis. Here we first unambiguously confirm that solid-state 1H NMR at fast (60-65 kHz) magic-angle-spinning (MAS) can be used to distinguish and quantify the different local MgnAl3-nOH (n=1, 2 and 3) environments of hydroxyl groups in LDH layers. By combining different solid-state 1H and 27Al one- and two-dimensional NMR measurements with first principles calculations we demonstrate that although globally ordered, the cation distribution in Al-rich Mg/Al-2 LDHs contains detectable amounts of Al clustering. Though small, the fraction of Al atoms misplaced with respect to the perfectly ordered cation arrangement (where Al-Al pairs are avoided) could be quantified. Their number is shown to counterbalance the number of misplaced Mg atoms for a Mg/Al ratio of 2, and to strongly decrease for reduced Al contents. This establishes that, although not favored, Al-O-Al linkages are not excluded in Al-richer LDH materials, a finding that will strongly impact our understanding of the local acidity of these materials and their widely exploited anion exchange and reconstruction properties.24
62902M.Deschamps, F.Fayon, S.Cadars, A.L.Rollet, D.Massiot1H and 19F ultra-fast MAS double-quantum single-quantum NMR correlation experiments using three-spin terms of the dipolar homonuclear HamiltonianPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics138024 - 80302011ACL laboDeschampsPhysChemChemPhysFayon, Deschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/c0cp02202k163.9.10.7211113/07/2011 12:28:0519/10/2010 15:07:231H, 19F, NMR, INADEQUATE, DH3, dipolar, homogeneous, recouplinghttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00608520Measuring internuclear distances through dipolar interaction is a major challenge for solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. Obtaining reliable interatomic distances provides an access to the local structure in ordered or disordered solids. We show that at magic angle spinning (MAS) frequencies larger than ca. 50 kHz, the three-spin terms of the homogeneous homonuclear dipolar Hamiltonian can be used to promote the creation of double-quantum coherences between neighbouring 1H or 19F spins without using dipolar recoupling pulse sequences in the Dipolar Homonuclear Homogeneous Hamiltonian (DH3) double-quantum/single-quantum correlation experiment. This makes it possible to probe inter-nuclear spatial proximity with limited risk of probe or sample damage from radio-frequency (RF) irradiation, and is fully appropriate for fast repetition rate offering sensitivity gains in favourable cases. Experimental demonstrations are supported by multi-spin numerical simulations, which points to new possibilities for the characterization of spin-system geometries.24
62013A.J.Pell, G.Kervern, L.Emsley, M.Deschamps, D.Massiot, P.Grandinetti, G.PintacudaBroadband inversion for MAS NMR with single-sideband-selective adiabatic pulsesJournal of Chemical Physics1340241172011ACL laboPellJChemPhysFayon, Deschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.3521491163.9.10.7211114/05/2012 15:43:3030/09/2010 14:16:08superadiabaticity, adiabatic, NMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00608518We explain how and under which conditions it is possible to obtain an effcient inversion of an entire sideband family of several hundred kHz can be achieved using low-power, sideband-selective adiabatic pulses, and we illustrate with some experimental results how this framework opens new avenues in solid-state NMR for manipulating spin systems with wide spinning-sideband manifolds. This is achieved through the definition of the criteria of phase and amplitude modulation for designing an adiabatic inversion pulse for rotating solids. In turn, this is based on a framework for representing the Hamiltonian of the spin system in an NMR experiment under MAS. Following early ideas from Carravatti et al. (J. Magn. Reson. 1983, 55, 88-103), the so-called “jolting frame”, which is the interaction frame of the anisotropic interaction giving rise to the spinning sideband (SSB) manifold. In the jolting frame, the shift modulation affecting the nuclear spin is removed, while the Hamiltonian corresponding to the RF field is frequency modulated and acquires a spinning-sideband pattern, specific for each crystallite orientation.24
61781N.Sadiki, L.Hennet, P.Florian, Y.Vaills, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesComportement à la cristallisation et approches structurales des verres aluminosilicatés de terres rares (Ln = La, Y, Sc)Matériaux & Techniques98409-4212011OV laboSadikiMattechExtérieur, Allix, Hennet, Fayon, Florian, Simon MAT2C,CERAM,CERAM,ORT,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1051/mattech/201101588.219.222.1511825/12/2017 22:55:1225/09/2010 15:31:29 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00640070 13116228
61201L.Martel, M.Allix, F.Millot, V.Sarou-Kanian, E.Véron, S.Ory, D.Massiot, M.DeschampsControlling the size of nanodomains in calcium aluminosilicate glassesJournal of Physical Chemistry C11518935–189452011ACL laboMartelJPhysChemCAllix, Millot, Fayon, Deschamps MAT2C,CERAM,MF,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp200824m163.9.10.7211119/11/2012 17:37:0910/09/2010 13:34:39phase separation, NMR, 27Al, 29Sihttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00640074Transparent nanostructured glasses show interesting properties for optical fibers or laser beam applications. Binary calcium silicate glasses are known to undergo phase separation in silica-rich compositions. However, adding up to a few mole percent of alumina seems to inhibit the phase separation. By adjusting the amount of alumina added to demixing calcium silicate glasses, we managed to obtain transparent, but nanostructured, glasses with either silica-rich or calcium aluminosilicate-rich nanodomains of a controlled size down to 5 nm for compositions beyond the limits of the immiscibility domain. Therefore, the limits of the immiscibility domain of the SiO2-Al2O3-CaO ternary diagram must be extended to consider the presence of nanosized domains. An atomic-scale analysis of these glasses was performed using 29Si and 27Al nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) experiments, showing that, as the size of the domains decreased, repolymerization of the silicon network and formation of aluminum-rich clusters were observed.148
61050C.Roiland, F.Fayon, P.Simon, D.MassiotCharacterization of the disordered phosphate network in CaO-P2O5 glasses by 31P solid state NMR and Raman spectroscopiesJournal of Non Crystalline Solids3571636-16462011ACL laboRoilandJNCSFayon, Simon MAT2C,ORT,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2011.01.023163.9.10.371313/05/2011 11:11:1926/08/2010 13:53:53Calcium phosphate glasses, Raman scattering, 31P MAS NMR, double-quantum single-quantum and triple-quantum single- quantum MAS correlationhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00592991 6620
61023D.MassiotMassiot, Dominique : Materials by NMR of Quadrupoles from room to high temperatureEncyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance - Wiley  2011OSEncyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance - WileylaboMassiotEncyclNMRFayon MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/9780470034590.emrhp1033163.9.10.1802705/08/2016 17:57:2924/08/2010 14:10:01NMR D. Massiot, "Massiot, Dominique: Materials by NMR of Quadrupoles from Room to High Temperature " in Encyclopedia of Magnetic Resonance, eds-in-chief R. K. Harris and R. E. Wasylishen, John Wiley: Chichester. DOI: 10.1002/9780470034590.emrhp1033. Published online 15 March 2011.https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00512341 24
36252V.Schnitzler, F.Fayon, C.Despas, I.Khairoun, C.Mellier, T.Rouillon, D.Massiot, A.Walcarius, P.Janvier, O.Gauthier, G.Montavon, J.M Bouler, B.BujoliInvestigation of alendronate-doped Apatitic Cements as a Potential Technology for the Prevention of Osteoporotic Hip Fractures: Critical Influence of the Drug Introduction Mode on the In Vitro Cement Properties.Acta Biomaterialia7759-7702011ACL laboSchnitzlerActaBioMaterialiaExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.actbio.2010.09.017163.9.10.1801313/07/2011 12:16:0412/02/2010 10:08:47Osteoporose, 31P NMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00608513 24
61623M.T.Tognonvi, D.Massiot, A.Lecomte, S.Rossignol, J.P.BonnetIdentification of solvated species present in concentrated and dilute sodium silicate solutions by combined 29Si NMR and SAXS studiesJournal of Colloid and Interface Science352309-3152010ACL laboTognonviJCollInterfSciExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jcis.2010.09.018163.9.155.132713/07/2011 12:05:1521/09/2010 10:09:0129Sihttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00608507 24
59243M.D.Alba, P.Chain, P.Florian, D.Massiot45Sc Spectroscopy of Solids: Interpretation of Quadrupole Interaction Parameters and Chemical ShiftsJournal of Physical Chemistry C11412125–121322010ACL laboAlbaJPhysChemCExtérieur, Florian, Fayon MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp103652582.240.73.672719/11/2012 17:43:2218/06/2010 21:29:0745Sc Glasshttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00608502 1310748
37711M.Guignard, L.Cormier, V.Montouillout, N.Menguy, D.MassiotStructural fluctuations and role of Ti as nucleating agent in an aluminosilicate glassJournal of Non Crystalline Solids3561368-13732010ACL laboGuignardJNCSExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2010.04.004163.9.10.1802705/10/2012 08:55:0308/04/2010 13:05:4527Al book Thibaulthttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00608497 24
37371C.Bonhomme, C.Gervais, C.Coelho, F.Pourpoint, T.Azaïs, L.Bonhomme-Coury, F.Babonneau, G.Jacob, M.Ferrari, D.Canet, J.R.Yates, C.J.Pickard, S.A.Joyce, F.Mauri, D.MassiotNew perspectives in the PAW/GIPAW (Gauge Including Projected Augmented Wave) approach: JP-O-Si coupling constants, antisymmetric parts of shift tensors and NQR predictionsMagnetic Resonance in Chemistry48S86-S1022010ACL laboBonhommeMRCExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/mrc.2635163.9.10.1802719/11/2012 17:42:1131/03/2010 14:27:3531P, 29Si, 35Cl, 37Cl, 27Al abinitio dfthttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00608506 24
36151M.Guignard, L.Cormier, V.Montouillout, N.Menguy, D.Massiot, A.C.Hannon, B.BeuneuRearrangement of the structure during nucleation of a cordierite glass doped with TiO2Journal of Physics : Condensed Matter221854012010ACL laboGuignardJPhysCondMatExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1088/0953-8984/22/18/185401163.9.10.1806704/05/2010 12:04:1608/02/2010 12:49:1927Alhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00465234 24
35910A.Angelopoulou, V.Montouillout, D.Massiot, G.KordasStudy of alkaline metal ions and glass-formers in glasses with advanced NMR: methods and quantum mechanic calculationsJournal of Non Crystalline Solids356187-2002010ACL laboAngelopoulouJNCSExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2009.11.018163.9.10.1126708/02/2010 13:57:3522/01/2010 14:33:2223Nahttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00454363Silicate, calcium-silicate, and phosphosilicate glasses of the composition 80 SiO2–(20 - x) Na2O - x Me2O (where x = 0, 10 and Me = Li or K), 48.7 SiO2–26.9 CaO–(24.4 - x) Na2O - x Me2O (where x = 0, 12.2 and Me = Li or K), and 46.1 SiO2–2.6 P2O5–26.9 CaO–(24.4 - x) Na2O - x Me2O (where x = 0, 12.2 and Me = Li or K) have been studied with high resolution solid state NMR methods. The quantification of the different Qn species was obtained for each sample by 29Si MAS–NMR analysis. The 23Na MQ-MAS–NMR was used to distinguish the different 23Na sites present in the glasses. The presence of phosphorus in the Na2O phosphosilicate revealed the presence of three Na ionic sites, while the mixed alkali effect resulted in the absence of the third and most ionic site. Quantum mechanical calculations were performed for the identification of the structures observed in our glasses detected by MAS–NMR and MQ-MAS–NMR24
35891M.Davis, D.Kaseman, S.Parvani, K.Sanders, P.J.Grandinetti, P.Florian, D.MassiotQ(n)-Species Distribution in K2O • 2 SiO2 Glass by 29Si Magic Angle Flipping NMRJournal of Physical Chemistry A1145503–55082010ACL laboDavisJPhysChemAExtérieur, Florian, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp100530m82.240.73.671419/11/2012 17:45:5620/01/2010 14:12:0629Sihttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00468378 1310748
35414D.R.Neuville, G.S.Henderson, L.Cormier, D.MassiotThe structure of crystals, glasses and melts along the CaO-Al2O3 join: Results from Raman, Al L- and K- edge X-ray absorption, and 27Al NMR spectroscopy.American Mineralogist951580-15892010ACL laboNeuvilleAmMinExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.2138/am.2010.3465163.9.10.1802713/07/2011 12:07:2930/11/2009 13:22:01NMR 27Al EXAFS Glasshttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00608509 24
34433A.Bytchkov, F.Fayon, D.Massiot, L.Hennet, D.L.Price31P NMR studies of short –range order in phosphorus-selenium glassesPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics121535-15422010ACL laboBytchkovPhysChemChemPhysAllix, Hennet, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,MF,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b919118f195.83.126.101809/03/2017 18:31:2913/10/2009 10:39:01 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00454331 268
34362G.Le Caër, B.Bureau, D.MassiotAn extension of the Czjzek model for the distributions of electric field gradients in disordered solids and an application to NMR spectra of 71Ga in chalcogenide glassesJournal of Physics : Condensed Matter220654022010ACL laboLe CaërJPhysCondMatExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1088/0953-8984/22/6/065402163.9.10.1802708/02/2010 14:06:4608/10/2009 19:23:09 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00454376 24
32400B.Alonso, T.Mineva, P.Innocenzi, G.Trimmel, K.Stubenrauch, I.Melnyk, Y.Zub, F.Fayon, P.Florian, D.MassiotPerspectives in 1H, 14N and 81Br solid-state NMR studies of interfaces in materials textured by self-assembled amphiphilesComptes Rendus de Chimie13431-4422010ACL laboAlonsoCRChimieExtérieur, Florian, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.crci.2009.10.002163.9.10.1801323/09/2011 19:25:4629/06/2009 18:05:211H 14N 81Br dfthttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00490357 1310748
317213D.Massiot, F.Fayon, M.Deschamps, S.Cadars, P.Florian, V.Montouillout, N.Pellerin, J.Hiet, A.Rakhmatullin, C.BessadaDetection and use of small J couplings in solid state NMR experimentsComptes Rendus de Chimie13117-1292010ACL laboMassiotCRChimieDeschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.crci.2009.05.001163.9.10.1802704/05/2010 16:33:3416/04/2009 17:51:4813C 29Si 19F 93Nb 31P Jcoupling glass artv2009 CEMHTI_TGE eSSNMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00394285 2588
28050B.Alonso, F.Fayon, D.Massiot, H.Amenitsch, L.Malfatti, T.Kidchob, S.Costacurta, P.InnocenziHybrid organic-inorganic mesostructured membranes: interfaces and organization at different length scalesJournal of Physical Chemistry C11411730-117402010ACL laboAlonsoJPhysChemCExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp101652a163.9.10.442719/11/2012 17:45:0328/08/2008 16:53:461H spin diffusion Hybridhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00526677 24
350313D.MassiotConditions Extrêmes et Matériaux : Haute Température et IrradiationLa revue VERRE1556-652009OVVerrelaboMassiotVerreDeschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.1802710/11/2011 16:17:1612/11/2009 09:25:12Revue Verre à l'occasion des Journées Verres - Orléans 5 et 6 Nov. 2009https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00640084 8190128
34810A.Vyalikh, F.Costa, U.Wagenknecht, G.Heinrich, D.Massiot, U.SchelerLayered Double Hydroxides to Layered Double Hydroxide-based nanocomposites - a Solid-state NMR studyJournal of Physical Chemistry C11321308–213132009ACL laboVyalikhJPhysChemCExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp9069338163.9.155.132704/01/2010 13:41:4005/11/2009 11:49:0827Al LDHhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00443768 24
32272D.Laurencin, C.Gervais, A.Wong, C.Coelho, F.Mauri, D.Massiot, M.E.Smith, C.BonhommeImplementation of high resolution 43Ca solid state NMR spectroscopy: towards the elucidation of calcium sites in biological materialsJournal of American Chemical Society13113430-134402009ACL laboLaurencinJACSExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ja904553q163.9.10.1802707/11/2009 22:06:3005/06/2009 10:02:3043Ca 13C CEMHTI_TGE eSSNMR UPMC CEMHTI Warwickhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00420363 24
32201M.Guignard, L.Cormier, V.Montouillout, N.Menguy, D.Massiot, A.HannonEnvironment of titanium and aluminium in a magnesium alumino-silicate glassJournal of Physics : Condensed Matter213751072009ACL laboGuignardJPhysCondMatExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1088/0953-8984/21/37/37510783.154.68.926722/11/2009 09:04:4716/05/2009 09:49:1727Al Glass Al Ti V2009 glasshttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00432419 24
31840A.Vyalikh, D.Massiot, U.SchelerStructural characterisation of aluminium layered double hydroxides by 27Al solid-state NMRSolid State NMR3619-232009ACL laboVyalikhSSNMRExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ssnmr.2009.04.002163.9.10.1802704/08/2009 16:07:5722/04/2009 16:44:5127Al LDH CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00394265 24
31561O.Pauvert, F.Fayon, A.Rakhmatullin, S.Krämer, M.Horvatić, D.Avignant, C.Berthier, M.Deschamps, D.Massiot, C.Bessada91Zr Nuclear Magnetic Resonance spectroscopy of solid zirconium halides at high magnetic fieldInorganic Chemistry488709-87172009ACL laboPauvertInorgChemDeschamps, Florian, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic9007119163.9.10.1801319/11/2012 17:47:5710/04/2009 16:55:1791Zr NMR, Hahn echo, QCPMG, LabeXhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-0040947591Zr solid-state NMR spectra of zirconium halides and several fluorozirconates have been obtained at high magnetic fields up to 30 T using both the Hahn-Echo and the Quadrupolar Carr−Purcell−Meiboom−Gill sequences combined with the broadband Variable Offset Cumulative Spectrum technique. For the zirconium halides, the 91Zr isotropic chemical shift covers a range of about 2000 ppm and shows a good correlation with Pauling’s electronegativity and ionic potential of the halogen. For the fluorozirconate samples, in which the Zr atoms exhibit various coordination polyhedra, increasing the Zr coordination number and the mean Zr−F bond length leads to an increased isotropic shielding. In the studied compounds the 91Zr quadrupolar coupling constants (CQ's) range from 10.6 to 44.7 MHz. For 6-fold coordinated Zr sites, a correlation between CQ and the shear strain of the octahedron is observed, and we investigate the relationship between the CQ and the distortion of the polyhedron for 8-fold coordinated Zr sites using different distortion criteria.13133012
31240O.J.Zogal, P.Florian, D.Massiot, S.Paluch, N.Shitsevalova, D.F.Borshchevsky11B and 89Y MAS NMR and magnetic characterization of YB4Solid State Communications149693-6962009ACL laboZogalSSCExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ssc.2009.02.019163.9.10.1802701/07/2009 22:10:5801/04/2009 17:00:0289Y 11B YB4https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00372625 24
31151B.Alonso, D.Massiot, P.Florian, H.H.Paradies, P.Gaveau, T.Mineva14N and 81Br Quadrupolar Nuclei as Sensitive NMR Probes of n-alkyltrimethylammonium bromide Crystal Structures. An Experimental and Theoretical study.Journal of Physical Chemistry B11311906-119202009ACL laboAlonsoJPhysChemBExtérieur, Florian, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp902790483.154.83.992723/09/2011 19:26:5528/03/2009 14:50:4114N 81Br eSSNMR abinitio dfthttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00415327 1310748
30800G.Arrachart, G.Creff, H.Wadepohl, C.Blanc, C.Bonhomme, F.Babonneau, B.Alonso, J.L.Bantignies, C.Carcel, J.J.E.Moreau, P.Dieudonné, J.L.Sauvajol, D.Massiot, M.Wong Chi ManNanostructuring of hybrid silicas through self-recognition processChemistry - a European Journal155002-50052009ACL laboArrachartChemEurJExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/chem.20080274883.154.54.1302724/11/2009 23:41:0924/02/2009 22:08:231H BABA Hybrid ANRColl CEMHTI_TGE eSSNMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00381909 24
306814J.Hiet, M.Deschamps, N.Pellerin, F.Fayon, D.MassiotProbing chemical disorder in glasses using silicon-29 NMR spectral editingPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics116935–69402009ACL laboHietPhysChemChemPhysFayon, ANR-DM, Deschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/B906399D163.9.10.7211115/11/2009 15:10:2403/02/2009 18:41:29artV2009 29Si 27Al Jcoupling glass CEMHTI_TGE eSSNMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00409476Chemical disorder can be characterized in silicate glasses using spectral editing in 29Si solid-state NMR. Strongly overlapping lines from the Qn(mX) (i.e. Si(OX)m(OSi)n-m) molecular motives in the glass 29Si solid-state NMR spectrum can be quantified using the 2J(29Si-O-29Si) scalar coupling and 2 to n-quantum filters in INADEQUATE-like experiments, without prior knowledge of referenced chemical shifts, offering a new probe for the microscopic origins of residual entropy in glassy materials.24
29472S.K.Lee, M.Deschamps, J.Hiet, D.Massiot, S.Y.ParkConnectivity and proximity between quadrupolar nuclides in oxide glasses: Insights from through-bond and through-space correlations in solid-state NMRJournal of Physical Chemistry B1135162-51672009ACL laboLeeJPhysChemBExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Deschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp810667e163.9.10.22111102/09/2009 22:34:5107/11/2008 16:33:59NMR, 27Al, Glass, JCoupling Glass artV2009 glass CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00361564The connectivity and proximity among framework cations and anions in covalent oxide glasses yields unique information whereby their various transport and thermodynamic properties can be predicted. Recent developments and advances in the reconstruction of anisotropic spin interactions among quadrupolar nuclides (spin > ½) in solid-state NMR shed light on a new opportunity to explore local connectivity and proximity in amorphous solids. Here, we report the 2D through-bond (J-coupling) and through-space (dipolar coupling) correlation NMR spectra for oxide glasses where previously unknown structural details about the connectivity and proximity among quadrupolar nuclides (27Al, 17O) are determined. Non-bridging oxygen peaks in Ca-aluminosilicate glasses with distinct connectivity, such as Ca-O-Al and Al-O-Al, are well distinguished in 27Al-17O solid HMQC NMR spectra. Both peaks shift to a lower frequency in direct and indirect dimensions upon the addition of Si to the Ca-aluminate glasses. The 2D 27Al double quantum MAS NMR spectra for Mg-aluminoborate glasses indicate the preferential proximity between [4]Al and [5]Al leading to the formation of correlations peaks such as [4]Al-[4]Al, [4]Al-[5]Al, and [5]Al- [5]Al. A fraction of the [6]Al-[6]Al correlation peak is also noticeable while that of [4,5]Al-[6]Al is missing. These results suggest that [6]Al is likely to be isolated from the [4]Al and [5]Al species, forming [6]Al clusters. The experimental realization of through-bond and through-space correlations among quadrupolar nuclides in amorphous materials suggests a significant deviation from the random distribution among framework cations, and a spatial heterogeneity due to possible clustering of framework cations in the model aluminoborate glasses.24
29120D.Foy, G.Demazeau, P.Florian, D.Massiot, C.Labrugère, G.GoglioModulation of the crystallinity of hydrogenated nitrogen-rich graphitic carbon nitridesJournal of Solid State Chemistry182165-1712009ACL laboFoyJSolidStChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jssc.2008.10.018163.9.10.442701/07/2009 22:06:5420/10/2008 10:30:39Goglio Carbo nitridehttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00351466 24
27294P.Florian, F.Fayon, D.Massiot2J Si-O-Si scalar spin-spin coupling in the solid-state: the case of crystalline and glassy wollastonite CaSiO3Journal of Physical Chemistry C1132562-25722009ACL laboFlorianJPhysChemCFlorian, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp8078309163.9.10.441423/09/2011 19:21:2118/07/2008 17:44:0829Si Jcoupling artV2009 glass CEMHTI_TGE eSSNMR JCoupling DFT Gaussianhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00354052 1310748
20791C.M.Morais, V.Montouillout, M.Deschamps, D.Iuga , F.Fayon, F.A.A.Paz, J.Rocha, C.Fernandez, D.Massiot1D to 3D NMR study of microporous alumino-phosphate AlPO4-40Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry47942-9472009ACL laboMoraisMRCExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Deschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/mrc.2492 2719/11/2012 17:47:0624/11/2006 00:00:00NMR, 27Al, 31P, AluminoPhosphate HMQC J-Coupling, dmfithttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00116245 24
28085M.Deschamps, G.Kervern, D.Massiot, G.Pintacuda, L.Emsley, P.J.GrandinettiSuperadiabaticity in Magnetic ResonanceJournal of Chemical Physics1292041102008ACL laboDeschampsJChemPhysFayon, ANR-DM, Deschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.3012356194.167.30.12911101/07/2009 22:17:1629/08/2008 18:13:50 CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00341779Adiabaticity plays a central role in modern magnetic resonance experiments, as excitations with adiabatic Hamiltonians allow precise control of the dynamics of the spin states during the course of an experiment. Surprisingly, many commonly used adiabatic processes in magnetic resonance perform well even though the adiabatic approximation does not appear to hold throughout the process. Here we show that this discrepancy can now be explained through the use of Berry’s superadiabatic approximation, which provides a framework for including the finite duration of the process in the theoretical and numerical treatment. In this approach, a slow, but finite time dependent Hamiltonian is iteratively transformed into time-dependent diagonal frames until the most accurate adiabatic approximation is obtained. In the case of magnetic resonance, the magnetization during an adiabatic process of finite duration is not locked to the effective Hamiltonian in the conventional adiabatic frame, but rather to an effective Hamiltonian in a superadiabatic representation. Only in the superadiabatic representation can the true validity of the adiabatic approximation be evaluated, as the inertial forces acting in this frame are the true cause for deviation from adiabaticity and loss of control during the process. Here we present a brief theoretical background of superadiabaticity and illustrate the concept in the context of magnetic resonance with commonly used shaped radio frequency pulses.24
27040C.Martineau, F.Fayon, C.Legein, J.Y.Buzaré, M.Body, D.Massiot, F.GoutenoireStructure determination of β-Pb2ZnF6 by coupling multinuclear solid state NMR, powder XRD and ab initio calculationsDalton Transactions446150–61582008ACL laboMartineauDaltonTransExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b810863c163.9.10.441324/09/2011 22:19:3527/06/2008 00:01:26Fluorides, 19F double quantum recoupling, 207Pb, 67Zn EFG calculation, DFT, CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00332543 24
267712D.R.Neuville, L.Cormier, V.Montouillout, P.Florian, F.Millot, J.C.Rifflet, D.MassiotStructure of Mg- and Mg/Ca aluminosilicate glasses: 27Al NMR and Raman spectroscopy investigationsAmerican Mineralogist931721-17312008ACL laboNeuvilleAmMinExtérieur, Millot, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.2138/am.2008.2867163.9.10.442702/09/2009 22:27:3714/05/2008 14:54:09RMN 27Al Glass GdrVerres artV2009https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00346426 66
26605J.B.d'Espinose de Lacaillerie, C.Fretigny, D.MassiotMAS NMR spectra of quadrupolar nuclei in disordered solids: The Czjzek modelJournal of Magnetic Resonance192244-2512008ACL labod'Espinose de LacaillerieJMRExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmr.2008.03.001163.9.10.442730/10/2009 19:44:3303/04/2008 09:28:38Amorphous Glass NMR Czjzek v2009 CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00269847Structural disorder at the scale of two to three atomic positions around the probe nucleus results in variations of the EFG and thus in a distribution of the quadrupolar interaction. This distribution is at the origin of the lineshape tailing toward high fields which is often observed in the MAS NMR spectra of quadrupolar nuclei in disordered solids. The Czjzek model provides an analytical expression for the joint distribution of the NMR quadrupolar parameters υQ and η from which a lineshape can be predicted. This model is derived from the Central Limit Theorem and the statistical isotropy inherent to disorder. It is thus applicable to a wide range of materials as we have illustrated for 27Al spectra on selected examples of glasses (slag), spinels (alumina), and hydrates (cement aluminum hydrates). In particular, when relevant, the use of the Czjzek model allows a quantitative decomposition of the spectra and an accurate extraction of the second moment of the quadrupolar product. In this respect, it is important to realize that only rotational invariants such as the quadrupolar product can make sense to describe the quadrupolar interaction in disordered solids.24
26490B.Alonso, D.Massiot, M.Valentini, T.Kidchob, P.InnocenziDesign of hybrid organic–inorganic materials through their structure control: The case of epoxy bearing alkoxidesJournal of Non Crystalline Solids3541615-16262008ACL laboAlonsoJNCSExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2007.10.030163.9.10.442701/07/2009 22:12:4326/02/2008 12:44:24 CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00259007 24
25531C.Coelho, T.Azais, C.Bonhomme, L.Bonhomme-Coury, C.Boissière, G.Laurent, D.MassiotEfficiency of dipolar and J-derived solid-state NMR techniques for a new pair of nuclei {31P,29Si}. Towards the characterization of Si-O-P mesoporous materialsComptes Rendus de Chimie11387-3972008ACL laboCoelhoCRChimieExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.crci.2007.09.012163.9.10.442720/01/2010 22:00:1210/01/2008 09:24:1029Si 31P ANRColl CEMHTI_TGE eSSNMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00267398Solid-state NMR methods based on dipolar and J-derived experiments such as CP, MAS-J-HMQC and MAS-J-INEPT MAS have been developed in the frame of the {31P,29Si} spin pair. The potential of these techniques has been demonstrated using model compounds including crystalline silicophosphate phases (Si5O(PO4)6 and various SiP2O7 polymorphs). Spatial interactions as well as through-bond connectivities were established. Evaluation of isotropic 2 JP-O-Si coupling constants has been established by careful analysis of the HMQC and INEPT build-up curves under fast MAS. The efficiency of the 31P →29Si CP MAS experiment for the detailed characterization of Si-O-P mesoporous materials (at low temperature) was demonstrated. The incorporation of P atoms in the silica network has been proved unambiguously. Such materials could be appropriate for biocompatibility purposes.24
23221A.Angelopoulou, V.Montouillout, D.Massiot, G.KordasStudy of the alkaline environment in mixed alkali compositions by multiple-quantum magic angle nuclear magnetic resonance (MQ–MAS NMR)Journal of Non Crystalline Solids354333-3402008ACL laboAngelopoulouJNCSExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2007.08.09183.154.94.1092727/08/2009 16:54:0627/11/2007 22:10:3223Na glass v2009 CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00192427 24
23129M.Deschamps, F.Fayon, J.Hiet, G.Ferru, M.Derieppe, N.Pellerin, D.MassiotSpin-counting NMR experiments for the spectral editing of structural motifs in solidsPhysical Chemistry Chemical Physics101298-13032008ACL laboDeschampsPhysChemChemPhysFayon, ANR-DM, Deschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b716319c163.9.10.4411102/09/2009 22:35:1916/11/2007 18:40:2431P 27Al 29Si JCoupling Spin counting glass artv2009 CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00201994Scalar couplings, recoupled or full dipolar interactions can be used to characterize multinuclear structural molecular motifs in solids, by counting the neighbouring spins in solid-state NMR, opening new ways for the differentiation of overlapping spectral responses which is a limiting factor in many high resolution experiments carried out on disordered systems.24
23090S.Pega, A.Coupe, C.Boissiere, T.Azais, D.Grosso, C.Sanchez, J.Blanchard, D.Massiot, A.ChaumonotSpray drying : a versatile route for the preparation of new acidic mesostructured powders.Book 457-4762008Livrein Nanoporous Materials-5laboPegabookExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1142/9789812779168_0048163.9.10.442710/12/2014 23:06:3112/11/2007 12:27:14ANRColl  24
23080G.Arrachart, C.Carcel, J.J.E.Moreau, G.Hartmeyer, B.Alonso, D.Massiot, G.Creff, J.L.Bantigniese, P.Dieudonnee, M.Wong Chi Man, G.Althoff, F.Babonneau, C.BonhommeOrgano-silicas based on purine-pyrimidine base pairs assemblies: a solid state NMR point of viewJournal of Materials Chemistry18392-3992008ACL laboArrachartJMaterChemExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b714785f163.9.10.442724/11/2009 23:42:1012/11/2007 12:22:23ANRColl v2009 CEMHTI_TGE eSSNMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00189966 24
23050O.J.Zogal, P.Vajda, D.MassiotOne and two dimensional 2D NMR spectra in LaD2.85Polish Journal of Chemistry821905-19102008ACLN laboZogalPolishJChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442701/07/2009 22:11:5905/11/2007 15:16:092D NMR CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00332536 24
23021I.V.Melnyk, Y.L.Zub, E.Véron, D.Massiot, T.Cacciagarra, B.AlonsoSpray-dried mesoporous silica microspheres with adjustable textures and pore surfaces homogenously covered by accessible thiol functionsJournal of Materials Chemistry181368-13822008ACL laboMelnykJMaterChemExtérieur, Allix, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b717133a163.9.10.442727/08/2009 16:52:5923/10/2007 12:04:071H 29Si 14N Hybrid MacroPorous v2009 CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00267412Micrometric mesoporous spheres with textures possessing a relative high degree of ordering and incorporating up to 0.1 thiol function per siloxane unit have been synthesised through solgel, self-assembly and spray-drying processes. The sol preparation was optimised as a function of the final properties: morphology, texture, and proportion of thiol functions. A twosteps synthesis allows in positioning these functions at the pore surface as proven in particular by 1H solid state NMR. From Ag+ sorption experiments, we have also shown that the thiol functions are also homogenously distributed in the sphere’s volume and fully accessible to external chemical species. So these materials could be used for environment remediation or metallic nano-particle syntheses. In order to increase the stability and applicability of the materials, different post-synthesis treatments have been studied. A thermal treatment under mild conditions is enough to preserve most of the properties. From the hydrothermal treatments tested, the use of ammonia is shown to be quite interesting for the modulation of the properties. In particular, hierarchical porosities and high specific surface areas have been created. The high degree of ordering observed for the smaller pores is accompanied by a reordering of the surfactant polar head groups as deducted from 14N NMR. Lastly, the synthesis can be extended under some conditions to other functions or to higher proportions of thiol functions (up to 0.2).106
23004H.Roussière, F.Fayon, B.Alonso, T.Rouillon, E.Verron, V.Schnitzler, J.Guicheux, M.Petit, D.Massiot, P.Janvier, J.M.Bouler, B.BujoliReaction of Zoledronate with beta-tricalcium phosphate, for the design of potential drug delivery systemsChemistry of Materials20182-1912008ACL laboRoussièreChemMaterExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm702584d163.9.10.442701/07/2009 22:30:3923/10/2007 11:16:1331P Phosphonate hybrid Biomaterials CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00201975The reaction of aqueous Zoledronate solutions with b-TCP results in the precipitation of a crystalline Zoledronate complex on the surface of the calcium phosphate. The stoichiometry of this complex (CaNa[(HO)(C4H5N2)C(PO3)(PO3H)].xH2O) was determined using EDX and 1D and 2D 31P, 23Na, 31P-1H CP-LG HETCOR MAS experiments. This phase was found to be metastable, leading to a pure calcium complex [Ca3[(HO)(C4H5N2)C(PO3)(PO3H)]2.xH2O] upon washing with water. This latter compound was found to release the bisphosphonate in phosphate buffers, in direct relation to the phosphate concentration. The ability of this type of material to release Zoledronate, resulting in the inhibition of osteoclastic activity, was shown using a specific in vitro bone resorption model.24
22899A.Grandjean, M.Malki, V.Montouillout, F.Debruycker, D.MassiotElectrical Conductivity and 11B NMR Studies of Sodium Borosilicate GlassesJournal of Non Crystalline Solids3541664-16702008ACL laboGrandjeanJNCSExtérieur, Fayon, De Sousa Meneses, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,ORT,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2007.10.007163.9.10.172601/07/2009 22:31:0616/10/2007 14:58:2611B Glass gdr verre glass v2009 CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00192428 3420
20778D.Massiot, F.Fayon, V.Montouillout, N.Pellerin, J.Hiet, C.Roiland, P.Florian, J.P.Coutures, L.Cormier, D.R.NeuvilleStructure and dynamics of Oxyde Melts and Glasses : a view from multinuclear and high temperature NMRJournal of Non Crystalline Solids354249-2542008ACL laboMassiotJNCSExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2007.06.097 2702/09/2009 22:29:5901/12/2006 00:00:00NMR, Glasses, 27Al, GIM GdrVerres artV2009 glasshttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00176692Solid State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) experiments allow characterizing the local structure and dynamics of oxide glasses and melts. Thanks to the development of new experiments, it now becomes possible to evidence not only the details of the coordination state of the network formers of glasses but also to characterize the nature of polyatomic molecular motifs extending over several chemical bonds. We present results involving 31P homonuclear experiments that allow description of groups of up to three phosphate units and 27Al/17O heteronuclear that allows evidencing μ3 oxygen bridges in aluminate glasses and rediscussion of the structure of high temperature melts.24
26861R.Winter, A.R.Jones, R.Shaw-West, M.Wolff, P.Florian, D.MassiotLaser-heated high-temperature NMR: A time-resolution studyApplied Magnetic Resonance32635-6462007ACL laboWinterAppMagnResonExtérieur, Florian, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00723-007-0035-y163.9.10.442719/11/2012 17:53:1705/06/2008 17:57:05High Temperaturehttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00332643 1310748
23143N.Pellerin, C.Dodane-Thiriet, V.Montouillout, M.Beauvy, D.MassiotCation Sublattice Disorder Induced by Swift Heavy Ions in MgAl(2)O(4) and ZnAl(2)O(4) Spinels: (27)Al Solid-State NMR StudyJournal of Physical Chemistry B11112707-142007ACL laboPellerinJPhysChemBExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp072620t163.9.10.442719/11/2012 17:50:5223/11/2007 18:09:3427Al ZnAl2O4 MgAl2O4 GIM Spinelhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00191127MgAl2O4 and ZnAl2O4 spinels have been irradiated by swift heavy ions (86Kr and 36S) simulating the irradiation by fission products for applications in the transmutation targets. The structures of unirradiated and irradiated spinel samples have been studied by NMR spectroscopy, with 27Al magic angle spinning and multiple-quantum magic angle spinning experiments. The parameters of fluence and electronic stopping power have been compared. For 86Kr ions, the obtained spectra are modified by irradiation: we observe a rise of the amount of aluminum in tetrahedral sites and a widening of the lines associated with the different aluminum environments compared with those of the pristine samples. Site exchange in the cationic sublattice is then observed and can be quantified from NMR spectra, determining the inversion parameter. An inversion parameter of 0.77 is estimated for the MgAl2O4 spinel irradiated with 1013 Kr ions/cm2, for a value of 0.275 in the pristine samples. Moreover, a line attributed to aluminum in 5-fold coordination with oxygen is observed in irradiated spinel samples at the maximum fluence for krypton. These new aluminum environments can characterize a transition layer which could change toward an amorphous layer, increasing the electronic stopping power and/or the fluence.24
23011P.Azaïs, L.Duclaux, P.Florian, D.Massiot, M.A.Lillo-Rodenas, A.Linares-Solano, J.P.Peres, C.Jehoulet, F.BéguinCauses of supercapacitors ageing in organic electrolyteJournal of Power Sources1711046-10532007ACL laboAzaïsJPowerSourcesExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jpowsour.2007.07.001163.9.10.442713/09/2009 22:54:0223/10/2007 11:42:0423Na 19F Energy Capacitors, LabeXhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00181157Abstract In order to understand what causes supercapacitors ageing in an organic electrolyte (tetraethylammonium tetrafluoroborate – Et4NBF4 – 1 mol L−1 in acetonitrile), the activated carbon electrodes were characterized before and after prolonged floating (4000–7000 h) at an imposed voltage of 2.5 V. After ageing, the positive and negative electrodes were extensively washed with pure acetonitrile in neutral atmosphere to eliminate the physisorbed species. Then, the carbon materials were dried and transferred without any contact with air to be studied by XPS, 19F NMR, 11B NMR and 23Na NMR. Decomposition products have been found in the electrodes after ageing. The amount of products depends on the kind of activated carbon and electrode polarity, which suggests redox reactions of the electrolyte with the active surface functionality. Nitrogen adsorption measurements at 77 K on the used electrodes showed a decrease of accessible porosity, due to trapping of the decomposition products in the pores. Hence, the evolution of the supercapacitor performance with time of operation, i.e. the capacity decrease and the resistance increase, are due to the decomposition of the organic electrolyte on the active surface of the carbon substrate, forming products which block a part of porosity. The concentration of surface groups and their nature were found to have an important influence on the performance fading of supercapacitors.24
22220C.Volkringer, T.Loiseau, G.Férey, C.M.Morais, F.Taulelle, V.Montouillout, D.MassiotSynthesis, crystal structure and 71Ga solid state NMR of a MOF-type gallium trimesate (MIL-96) with µ3-oxo bridged trinuclear units and a hexagonal 18-ring networkMicroporous and Mesoporous Materials105111-1172007ACL laboVolkringerMMMExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.micromeso.2007.05.018163.9.10.1126713/09/2009 22:55:2103/07/2007 11:26:20 https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00176701A new gallium trimesate Ga12O(OH)12({OH}4,{H2O}5)[btc]6 24H2O, called MIL-96, (btc = 1,3,5- benzenetricarboxylate or trimesate species) was hydrothermally synthesized under mild conditions (210 C, 5 h) in the presence of trimethyl 1,3,5-benzenetricarboxylate in water and characterized by single-crystal X-ray diffraction technique. The MIL-96 (Ga) structure exhibits a three-dimensional metal– organic framework containing isolated trinuclear l3-oxo-bridged gallium clusters and infinite chains of GaO4(OH)2 and GaO2(OH)4 octahedra generating a hexagonal network based on 18-membered ring. The two types of gallium groups are connected to each other through the trimesate species which induce corrugated chains of gallium octahedra, linked via l2-hydroxo bonds with the specific -cis–cis–trans- sequence. The 3D framework of MIL-96 reveals three kinds of cavities (two of them have estimated pore volumes of 480 and 860 A˚ 3), in which are encapsulated free water molecules. The latter species are removed upon heating at 150 C. The MIL- 96 (Ga) compound was characterized by 71Ga solid state NMR at different magnetic fields (14.1 and 17.6 T). 71Ga spectra of MIL-96 (Ga) show the gallium exhibits relatively weak quadrupolar interactions compared to those observed in other MOF-type gallium carboxylates that have very strong quadrupolar interactions (MIL-61 and MIL-53).24
21871C.Martineau, F.Fayon, C.Legein, J.Y.Buzaré, G.Silly, D.MassiotAccurate Heteronuclear J-Coupling Measurements in Dilute Spin Systems using the multiple-quantum filtered J-resolved experimentChemical Communications 2720-27222007ACL laboMartineauChemCommExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b703321d163.9.10.441306/12/2010 12:05:2815/03/2007 18:57:50Fluorides, Method, Jcoupling, MQ-HMQC 19F and 207Pb NMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00141255A new solid-state MAS NMR experiment is proposed to accurately measure heteronuclear 19F-207Pb J-coupling constants, 10 even though these couplings are not visible on high speed 19F 1D MAS spectra. In particular, we demonstrate that the J-resolved experiment combined with scalar multiple-quantum filtering considerably improves the resolution of J-multiplet patterns for dilute spin systems.24
21766P.Florian, N.Sadiki, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesA 27-Al NMR study of the structure of lanthanum and yttrium based alumino–silicate glasses and meltsJournal of Physical Chemistry B1119747-97572007ACL laboFlorianJPhysChemBExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp072061q163.9.10.442712/11/2009 09:54:3409/02/2007 09:58:4227Al NMR Glass High Temperature gdrVerres glass artv2009https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00154355We have investigated by 27Al nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy some compositions in the Ln2O3-Al2O3-SiO2 (Ln = Y or La) ternary phase diagram containing more than 60 mol % of SiO2. One- and two-dimensional high-field (17.6 T) high-speed (30 kHz) magic angle spinning experiments have been performed along with simulations of the spectra to quantify the amount of penta-coordinated aluminum present in those glasses as a function of composition. Very high-temperature experiments have allowed to follow selected samples from 2200 C down to 1700 C and hence to characterize the aluminum coordination state and dynamics in those liquids. The present study re-enforces the current view that "minor" species such as penta-coordinated aluminum are actually present in a considerable amount in aluminosilicate glasses, and high-temperature liquids at and above the charge compensation join. The high-field strength of Y3+ and La3+ reveal, for the first time in glasses, a different mean electric field gradient perceived by the tetra- and penta-coordinated aluminum environments. The movements responsible for the NMR relaxation of aluminum in the high-temperature liquid are shown to be uncorrelated with the movements responsible for the macroscopic shear viscosity. Results obtained both on glasses and in situ at high-temperature suggest a preferential localization of Ln3+ nearby tetra-coordinated aluminum species, with possible formation of tricluster and/or Ln3+ coordination changes.24
21121T.Vosegaard, D.MassiotHigh-resolution two-dimensional NMR spectra of half-integer-spin quadrupolar nuclei from one-dimensional projections.Chemical Physics Letters437120-1252007ACL laboVosegaardCPLExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cplett.2007.01.077 2724/11/2009 23:15:3805/01/2007 00:00:00NMR eSSNMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00127883We present a technique providing high-resolution spectra of quadrupolar nuclei with half-integer nuclear spin displaying significant second-order linebroadening. The technique, dubbed chemical shift – quadrupolar projection-reconstruction of one-dimensional spectra (CQ-PRODI) exploits the different magnetic field dependence of the chemical shift and second-order quadrupolar effect. One-dimensional spectra recorded at different magnetic field strengths are represented as projections along different directions in the two-dimensional spectrum that correlates the chemical shift and the second-order quadrupolar lineshape. We present CQ-PRODI spectra for 27Al in 9Al2O3·2B2O3 and for 71Ga in β-Ga2O3 which display resolution of all sites in the chemical shift dimension.24
20890B.Alonso, E.Véron, D.Durand, D.Massiot, C.ClinardNew insights in the formation of mesoporous materials through spray-dryingMicroporous and Mesoporous Materials10676-942007ACL laboAlonsoMMMExtérieur, Allix, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.micromeso.2007.02.028 2713/09/2009 22:57:1717/12/2006 00:00:00NMR, Mesoporous, Hybridhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00141469New insights into the formation of textures result from a detailed characterisation of spray-dried mesoporous silica-based microspheres by Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR), Small Angle X-Ray Scattering (SAXS), Transmission Electron Microscopy (TEM), and Scanning Electron Microscopy (SEM). Representative samples are obtained from sols of different chemical composition and containing surfactant molecules (cetyltrimethylammonium bromide, CTAB) and siloxane oligomers. The study of the morphological and textural properties leads us to complete the previous knowledge on these materials. We have shown that there is always a phase separation between the surfactant aggregates and the siloxane network at the nanometric level, but not at a microscopic or macroscopic level. In addition, the characteristics of the small interacting colloids (CTAB micelles and siloxane oligomers) determine the morphology of the samples, the proportions of non-ordered and ordered domains, as well as the spatial extent and the nature of the ordered phases. Two kinds of constrains exist at this respect: the rate of solidification during spray-drying, and the steric constrains imposed by the geometry of the ordered phases. From our results, we propose a mechanism of texture formation during spray-drying through two main steps: the evolution from an isotropic liquid to a non-ordered phase made of micelles and siloxane oligomers; and the transition from this non-ordered phase to an ordered phase by the spatial reorganisation of the micelles and their concomitant fusion into elongated rods.106
19581D.R.Neuville, L.Cormier, V.Montouillout, D.MassiotLocal Al site distribution in aluminosilicate glasses by 27Al MQMAS NMRJournal of Non Crystalline Solids353180-1842007ACL laboNeuvilleJNCSExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jnoncrysol.2006.09.035 2713/09/2009 22:52:3909/01/2007 00:00:00NMR non-crystalline Silicate 27Al RMNgbp GdrVerres glass v2009https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00114039Coordination and local environment around Al in glasses and liquids is a long-standing question, which has been a controversial issue in geochemistry and glass science. Nuclear magnetic resonance at high-field (750 MHz) was employed to investigate the geochemically and industrially important CaO–Al2O3–SiO2 system. We show that Al remains mainly in tetrahedral position in glasses, however, the presence of five-fold coordinated aluminum is the general rule throughout the ternary CaO–SiO2–Al2O3 system, except for the low silica percalcic region. The proportion of five-fold (AlV) and six-fold (AlVI) coordinated Al was quantified to determine the effects of composition overall the peralkaline part. Moreover our results indicate that Al may occupy more polymerized positions than Si. These two findings do put new questions to the modeling/understanding of these glasses and their parent liquids.24
20163I.Hung, A.P.Howes, T.Anupõld, A.Samoson, M.E.Smith, D.Massiot, S.P.Brown, R.Dupree27Al Double Rotation Two-Dimensional Spin Diffusion NMR: Complete Unambiguous Assignment of Aluminium Sites in 9Al2O3-2B2O3Chemical Physics Letters432152-1562006ACL laboHungCPLExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.cplett.2006.10.085 2724/11/2009 23:55:2723/11/2006 00:00:00NMR, 27Al, DOR eSSNMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00114037 24
18431C.Legein, F.Fayon, C.Martineau, M.Body, J.Y.Buzaré, D.Massiot, E.Durand, A.Tressaud, A.Demourgues, O.Perron, B.Boulard19F High Magnetic Field NMR Study of β-ZrF4 and CeF4: from Spectra Reconstruction to Correlation between Fluorine Sites and 19F Isotropic Chemical ShiftsInorganic Chemistry4510636-106412006ACL laboLegeinInorgChemExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic061339a 2730/09/2008 12:19:3819/12/2006 00:00:00NMR, 19Fhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00115872 24
16661M.Deschamps, D.MassiotThree-dimensional Through-Bond Homonuclear-Heteronuclear Correlation Experiments for Quadrupolar Nuclei in Solid-State NMR applied to 27Al-O-31P-O-27Al networksJournal of Magnetic Resonance18413-192006ACL laboDeschampsJMRFayon, 750, ANR-DM, Deschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmr.2006.09.011 2730/09/2008 12:10:5302/12/2006 00:00:00NMR, 27Al, 31Phttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00114041 24
15998V.Montouillout, C.M.Morais, A.Douy, F.Fayon, D.MassiotTowards better description of gallo-phosphate materials in solid state NMR: 1D and 2D correlation studiesMagnetic Resonance in Chemistry8770-7752006ACL laboMontouilloutMRCExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/mrc.1846163.9.10.446730/09/2008 12:17:4824/07/2006 00:00:00NMR, 31P, 71Ga JCoupling 31P/71Ga RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00022198We show that weak 2J(71GaO31P), typically 12 Hz in GaPO4, can be used to efficiently establish heteronuclear 31P71Ga correlation using a MAS HMQC experiment in gallo-phosphate materials. The experiment demonstrated for cristobalite GaPO4 is then applied to Ga(PO3)3, where it allows the differentiation of the signature of three different Ga sites overlapping in the 1D spectrum.24
15965B.Bujoli, H.Roussière, G.Montavon, S.Laïb, P.Janvier, B.Alonso, F.Fayon, M.Petit, D.Massiot, J.M.Bouler, J.Guicheux, O.Gauthier, S.M.Lane, G.Nonglaton, M.Pipelier, J.Léger, D.R.Talham, C.TellierNovel phosphate–phosphonate hybrid nanomaterials applied to biologyProgress in Solid State Chemistry34257-2662006ACL laboBujoliProgSSChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.progsolidstchem.2005.11.039163.9.10.442730/09/2008 12:16:5224/07/2006 00:00:00NMR Phosphonate BioMaterials MIADROS RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00022455 24
15823M.Deschamps, F.Fayon, V.Montouillout, D.MassiotThrough-bond homonuclear correlation experiments in Solid-state NMR applied to quadrupolar nuclei in Al-O-P-O-Al chains.Chemical Communications 1924-19252006ACL laboDeschampsChemCommFayon, 750, ANR-DM, Deschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b600514d 11130/09/2008 12:09:5404/05/2006 00:00:00NMR, quadrupolar, Method, Jcoupling, 27Al RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00021321 24
158121D.Massiot, J.Hiet, N.Pellerin, F.Fayon, M.Deschamps, S.Steuernagel, P.J.GrandinettiTwo dimensional One Pulse MAS of Half-Integer Quadrupolar NucleiJournal of Magnetic Resonance181310-3152006ACL laboMassiotJMRExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM, Deschamps MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmr.2006.05.00783.154.119.1382720/05/2010 19:04:4724/07/2006 00:00:00NMR, 17O, 27Al RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00079119 24
157013C.Coelho, T.Azais, L.Bonhomme-Coury, J.Maquet, D.Massiot, C.BonhommeApplication of the MAS-J-HMQC experiment to a new pair of nuclei {29Si,31P}: Si5O(PO4)6 and SiP2O7 polymorphsJournal of Magnetic Resonance179106-1112006ACL laboCoelhoJMRExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmr.2005.11.015163.9.10.442715/04/2009 16:34:0501/09/2006 00:00:00NMR, Jcoupling, 29Si, 31P JCoupling RMNgbp ANRCollhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00016038 24
14612F.Fayon, C.Roiland, L.Emsley, D.MassiotTriple-quantum correlation NMR experiments in solids using J-couplingsJournal of Magnetic Resonance17950-582006ACL laboFayonJMRExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jmr.2005.11.00283.154.119.1381316/10/2007 12:12:3816/01/2006 00:00:00NMR, 1H, 13C, 31P,, Method, Jcoupling JCoupling 31P-31P 13C-13C 3Q RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00016039 24
14554L.Obadia, P.Deniard, B.Alonso, T.Rouillon, S.Jobic, J.Guicheux, M.Julien, D.Massiot, B.Bujoli, J.M.BoulerEffect of sodium doping in beta-tricalcium phosphate on its structure and properties.Chemistry of Materials181425-14332006ACL laboObadiaChemMaterExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm052135f83.154.119.1382709/03/2007 19:09:4218/10/2006 00:00:00NMR, 23Na, 31P RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00019404For the preparation of -TCP and biphasic calcium phosphates (BCPs, mixtures of hydroxyapatite and -TCP), the presence of sodium in the reaction medium results in the incorporation of sodium in the -TCP network, by substitution of some calcium sites. Accordingly, a decrease of the unit cell volume of -TCP was observed with increasing sodium substitution. The distribution of sodium in the -TCP structure, as a function of the amount incorporated, was probed using 31P and 23Na MAS NMR and 31P{23Na} REDOR experiments. It was shown that an estimation of the sodium content in -TCPs could be obtained from the modeling of their 31P MAS NMR spectra. Moreover, the incorporation of sodium in -TCPs results in improved mechanical properties, without affecting the biocompatibility of the ceramics.24
14282C.Bessada, A.L.Rollet, A.Rakhmatullin,I.Nuta, P.Florian, D.MassiotIn situ NMR approach of the local structure of molten materials at high temperatureComptes Rendus de Chimie9374-3802006ACL laboBessadaCRChimieDeschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.crci.2005.06.007 309/03/2007 19:09:1409/04/2006 00:00:00HighTemperature, Molten-Salts, 19F, 27Al,, NMR MCurie RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00022454The developments of NMR spectroscopy at high temperature now allow us to study in situ a great number of molten materials. This technique is sensitive to local environment around the nucleus, and gives selective and quantitative information not limited by the disorder existing in liquids. NMR can thus provide a microscopic approach of the structure and dynamics of molten compounds by means of knowledge of different species existing in the melt, the average coordination, or nature of the first neighbors. We present high temperature NMR approach of molten fluoride systems of nuclear interest and description of the local structure around each nucleus, and its evolution with the composition.2588
131014D.R.Neuville, L.Cormier, D.MassiotAl coordination and speciation in calcium aluminosilicate glasses : effects of composition determined by 27Al MQ-MAS NMR and Raman spectrocospyChemical Geology229173-1852006ACL laboNeuvilleChemGeolExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2006.01.01983.154.119.1382702/09/2009 22:29:2003/07/2006 00:00:00NMR, 27Al,, non-crystalline, MQMAS GIM RMNgbp GdrVerres glass artv2009https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00023632 24
1563 B.Alonso, A.Vrain, E.Beaubois, D.MassiotStudy of surfactant-siloxane interfaces in spray-dried mesoporous silica-based spheresProgress in Solid State Chemistry33153-1612005ACLN laboAlonsoProgSSChemExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.progsolidstchem.2005.11.001 2726/01/2009 13:45:4324/07/2006 00:00:00NMR, Hybrid, solgel, Materials, 1Hhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00022456 24
1431 E.M.Anghel, C.Bessada, P.Florian, D.MassiotA multinuclear NMR approach of local structure in NaCl-Na2B4O7-Na3AlF6-TiO2Proceedings of the 7th International Symposium on Molten Salts Chemistry and Technology1275-2802005ACLN laboAnghelMS7Deschamps, Fayon, TGE, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMN  310/05/2010 18:31:2308/09/2005 00:00:00NMR, HighTemperature, Molten-Salts CEMHTI_TGE  2588
13445C.Otero Arean, M.Rodriguez Delgado, V.Montouillout, D.MassiotSynthesis and Characterization of spinel-type Gallia-Alumina Solid SolutionsZeitschrift fur Anorganische und Allgemeine Chemie6312121-21262005ACLN laboOtero AreanZAACExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/zaac.200570027 6718/09/2006 00:00:00 NMR, Inorganic, non-crystalline, solgel, Materials, quadrupolar, HighField, dmfit, 27Al, 71Ga https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00095794 24
12416H.Roussière, G.Montavon, S.Laïb, P.Janvier, B.Alonso, F.Fayon, M.Petit, D.Massiot, J.M.Bouler, B.BujoliHybrid materials applied to biotechnologies: coating of calcium phosphates for the design of implants active against bone resorption disorders.Journal of Materials Chemistry153869-38752005ACL laboRoussièreJMaterChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b503680a83.154.119.1382730/09/2008 12:22:1916/01/2006 00:00:00NMR,, Hybrid, Organic, Biology, non-crystalline, Phosphonate, Materials, 31P RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00017044 24
10336D.Iuga, C.M.Morais, Z.Gan, D.R.Neuville, L.Cormier, D.MassiotNMR Heteronuclear Correlation between Quadrupolar Nuclei in Solids.Journal of American Chemical Society12711540-115412005ACL laboIugaJACSExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ja052452n83.154.119.1382702/09/2009 22:31:4803/07/2006 00:00:00NMR 17O 27Al Crystalline non-crystalline, Materials HighField JCoupling 17O 27Al GIM RMNgbp GdrVerres glass artv2009https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00012209 24
9853S.Josse, C.Faucheux, A.Soueidan, G.Grimandi, D.Massiot, B.Alonso, P.Janvier, S.Laïb, J.Guicheux, B.Bujoli, J.M.BoulerA Novel Drug Delivery System for Bisphosphonates : Innovative Strategy for Local Treatment of Bone ResorptionKey Engineering Materials284-286399-4022005ACLN laboJosseKeyEngMaterExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  2714/06/2007 10:55:4107/09/2005 00:00:00NMR, Hybrid, Phosphonate, Materials, 31P,, Biologyhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00154588 24
9113B.Alonso,C.Clinard, D.Durand, E.Véron, D.MassiotNew routes to mesoporous silica-based spheres with functionalised surfacesChemical Communications131746-17482005ACL laboAlonsoChemCommExtérieur, Allix, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b418191c163.9.10.442722/09/2008 10:15:3616/01/2006 00:00:00NMR, Hybrid, Materials, 1H,, Silicate, 29Si RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00012224 106
8812A.R.Jones, R.Winter, P.Florian, D.MassiotTracing the Reactive Melting of Glass-Forming Silicate Batches by In-Situ 23Na NMR.Journal of Physical Chemistry B1094324-43332005ACL laboJonesJPhysChemBExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp045705s83.154.119.1382716/01/2006 00:00:00 NMR, Silicate, High Temperature, 23Na,, High-Temperature RMNgbp glass v2009 CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00012221 24
8762J.Emery, D.Massiot, P.Lacorre, Y.Laligant, K.Conder17O NMR in room temperature phase of La2Mo2O9 fast oxide ionic conductorMagnetic Resonance in Chemistry43366-3712005ACL laboEmeryMRCExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/mrc.155583.154.119.1382720/04/2010 13:11:0905/06/2006 00:00:00RMN, MQMAS, quadrupolar, 17O,, NMR, Inorganic, Materials LPEC Le Mans CRMHT Orléans RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00012226 24
8702B.Alonso, D.Massiot, F.Babonneau, G.Brusatin, G.Della Giustina, T.Kidchob, P.InnocenziStructural Control in Germania Hybrid Organic-Inorganic MaterialsChemistry of Materials173172-31802005ACL laboAlonsoChemMaterExtérieur, Fayon, 750, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm047765g83.154.119.1382701/09/2006 00:00:00 1H, 13C, RMN, hybrid,, NMR, Hybrid, Silicate,, solgel,, 29Si RMNgbp CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00017046 24
8631G.Fornasieri, L.Rozes, S.Le Calvé, B.Alonso, D.Massiot, M.Evain, K.Boubekeur, M.N.Rager, C.SanchezReactivity of titanium oxo ethoxo cluster [Ti16O16(OEt)32]. Versatile Precursor of Nanobuilding Block-Based Hybrid Materials reactions.Journal of American Chemical Society1274869-48782005ACL laboFornasieriJACSExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ja043330i83.154.119.1382716/01/2006 00:00:00 1H, 13C, RMN, hybrid,, NMR, Hybrid, Materials RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00016853 24
8626F.Fayon, D.Massiot, M.H.Levitt, J.J.Titman, D.H.Gregory, L.Duma, L.Emsley, S.P.BrownThrough-space contributions to two-dimensional double-quantum J correlation NMR spectra of magic-angle-spinning solidsJournal of Chemical Physics1221943132005ACL laboFayonJChemPhysExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.89821983.154.119.1381309/08/2010 13:35:2516/01/2006 00:00:00Aucun 31P RMN Phosphate Materials NMR Method Jcoupling JCoupling 31P RMNgbp artV2009https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00016851 24
8612J.P.Amoureux, J.Trebosc, J.W.Wiench, D.Massiot, M.PruskiMeasurement of J Couplings between Spin-½ and Quadrupolar Nuclei by Frequency Selective Solid State NMRSolid State NMR27228-2322005ACL laboAmoureuxSSNMRExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ssnmr.2004.12.00183.154.119.1382716/01/2006 00:00:00 Aucun, 31P, 27Al, method, RMN, Phosphate, quadrupolar,, Method,, NMR,, Jcoupling JCoupling 31P-27Al RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00009453 24
7933S.Josse, C.Faucheux, A.Soueidan, G.Grimandi, D.Massiot, B.Alonso, P.Janvier, S.Laïb, P.Pilet, O.Gauthier, G.Daculsi, J.Guicheux, B.Bujoli, J.M.BoulerNovel biomaterials for bisphosphonate delivery.Biomaterials262073-20802005ACL laboJosseBioMatExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.biomaterials.2004.05.01983.154.119.1382726/01/2009 14:15:3516/01/2006 00:00:001H, 31P, hybrid,, RMN,, Phosphonate, Phosphate,, NMR, Hybrid,, Biology RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00012225 24
760 G.Armstrong, B.Alonso, D.Massiot, M.BuggySolid-State Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Study of Ureidopyrimidinone Model CompoundsMagnetic Resonance in Chemistry43405-4102005ACL laboArmstrongMRCExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/mrc.155783.154.119.1382716/01/2006 00:00:00 1H, organic,, NMR, Organic, Materials,, 15N RMNgbp CEMHTI_TGEhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00012222 24
52770L.Cormier, D.R.Neuville, D.MassiotStructure of tectosilicate and peraluminous glasses in the CaO-Al2O3-SiO2 systemGeochimica Cosmochimica Acta68A650-A6502004ACL extCormierGeoCosmoActaExtérieur  unknown2730/04/2010 20:04:1330/04/2010 11:20:04   00
8164S.Josse, C.Faucheux, A.Soueidan, G.Grimandi, D.Massiot, B.Alonso, P.Janvier, S.Laïb, O.Gauthier, G.Daculsi, J.Guicheux, B.Bujoli, J.M.BoulerChemically Modified Calcium Phosphates as Novel Materials for Bisphosphonate DeliveryAdvanced Materials161423-14272004ACL laboJosseAdvMaterExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/adma.200306340163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:01:2819/06/2006 00:00:001H, 31P,, RMN, Phosphonate, Phosphate, hybrid,, NMR, Hybrid,, Biology RMNgbp  24
787 B.Alonso, A.Douy, E.Véron, J.Perez, M.N.Rager, D.MassiotMorphological and textural control of spray-dried mesoporous silica-based spheresJournal of Materials Chemistry142006-20162004ACL laboAlonsoJMaterChemExtérieur, Allix, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b403201b163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:02:2025/03/2005 00:00:00hybride, 1H, 750, highfield RMNgbp  106
761 A.I.Becerro, A.Escudero, P.Florian, D.Massiot, J.M.Trillo, M.D.AlbaRevisiting Y2Si2O7 and Y2SiO5 polymorphic structures by 89Y MAS-NMR spectroscopyJournal of Solid State Chemistry1772790-27962004ACL laboBecerroJSolidStChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jssc.2004.03.047163.9.10.442719/06/2006 00:00:00 crystalline, 89Y,, NMR, Crystalline, Silicate RMNgbp CEMHTI_TGE  24
759 S.Le Calvé , B.Alonso , L.Rozes , C.Sanchez , M.N.Rager, D.MassiotStructure and surface reactivity of transition-metal-oxo-organo clusters: contribution of liquid- and solid-state NMR to the characterization of the cluster Ti16O16(OEt)32Comptes Rendus de Chimie7241-2482004ACLN laboLeCalveCRChimieextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.crci.2003.12.010 27  hybrid, 1H, 13C,, NMR, Hybrid   24
7485F.Fayon, I.J.King, R.K.Harris, J.S.O.Evans, D.MassiotApplication of the through-bond NMR correlation experiment to the characterization of crystalline and disordered phosphatesComptes Rendus de Chimie7351-3612004ACL laboFayonCRChimieFayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.crci.2003.10.01983.154.119.1382706/09/2005 00:00:00 crystalline, 31P, Jcoupling,, NMR, Inorganic, non-crystalline, Phosphate, Method JCoupling 31P RMNgbp CEMHTI_TGE  24
74431D.R.Neuville, L.Cormier, D.MassiotAl environment in tectosilicate and peraluminous glasses: a NMR, Raman and XANES investigationGeochimica Cosmochimica Acta685071-50792004ACL laboNeuvilleGeoCosmoActaExtérieur, Fayon, 750, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gca.2004.05.04883.154.119.1382702/09/2009 22:26:3818/09/2006 00:00:00glass 27Al MQMAS dmfit 750 RX quadrupolar NMR Inorganic non-crystalline Silicate Materials GIM RMNgbp GdrVerres artv2009https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00086586 24
7431D.R.Neuville, L.Cormier, A.M.Flank, V.Briois, D.MassiotAl speciation and Ca environment in calcium aluminosilicate glasses and crystals by Al and Ca K-edge X-ray absorption spectroscopyChemical Geology213153-1632004ACL laboNeuvilleChemGeolExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.chemgeo.2004.08.03983.154.119.1382726/01/2009 14:02:4118/09/2006 00:00:00glass, 27Al, RX, quadrupolar,, NMR, Inorganic, non-crystalline, Silicate RMNgbp GIM GdrVerres glass v2009https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00086673 24
690 A.Goldbach, F.Fayon, T.Vosegaard, M.Wachhold, M.G.Kanatzidis, D.Massiot, M.L.Saboungi77Se and 87Rb Solid State NMR Study of the Structure of Rb2[Pd(Se4)2]·Se8Inorganic Chemistry426996-70002003ACL laboGoldbachInorgChemextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic030074m83.154.119.13827  77Se, 87Rb, crystalline, quadrupolar, dmfit,, NMR, Crystalline RMNgbp CEMHTI_TGE  24
667 S.Coste, M.Bujoli-Doeuff, G.Louarn, D.Massiot, R.Brec, S.Jobic(PPh3-C3H6-PPh3)0.5[NiPS4] and (PPh3-C2H2-PPh3)0.5[NiPS4] : two new compounds containing [NiPS4]- chains.New Journal of Chemistry271228-12322003ACL laboCosteNJChemextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b301148h163.9.10.442727/03/2005 00:00:00 crystalline, hybrid, 31P RMNgbp  24
634 N.Poirier, S.Derenne, J.Balesdent, A.Mariotti, D.Massiot, C.LargeauIsolation and analysis of the non-hydrolysable fraction of a forest soil and an arable soil (Lacadée, southwest France).European Journal of Soil Science54243-2552003ACL laboPoirierEurJSoilScienceExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1046/j.1365-2389.2003.00520.x83.154.119.1382720/04/2010 18:26:1407/09/2005 00:00:00NMR, 13C RMNgbp  24
6331A.Lafuma, F.Fayon, D.Massiot, S.Chodorowski Kimmes, C.SanchezSolid-state NMR characterization of oxygen sites in organically modified aluminosilicate xerogels.Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry41944-9482003ACL laboLafumaMRCextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/mrc.128283.154.119.13827  17O, quadrupolar, hybrid, solgel, MQMAS RMNgbp  24
631 H.T.Kwak, P.Srinivasan, J.Quine, D.Massiot, Z.GanSatellite transition rotational resonance of homonuclear quadrupolar spins : Magic-Angle effect on spin-echo decay and inversion recoveryChemical Physics Letters37675-822003ACL laboKwakCPLExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0009-2614(03)00958-883.154.119.1382726/01/2009 14:01:5227/03/2005 00:00:00quadrupolar, 27Al, 23Na RMNgbp  24
616 A.Kremenovic, Ph.Colomban, B.Piriou, D.Massiot, P.FlorianStructural and spectroscopic characterization of the quenched hexacelsianJournal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids642253-22682003ACL laboKremenovicJPhysChemSolidsExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0022-3697(03)00252-X83.154.119.1382726/01/2009 14:16:0528/03/2005 00:00:00organic RMNgbp  24
6142T.Isobe, T.Watanabe, J.B.d'Espinose de la Caillerie, A.P.Legrand, D.MassiotSolid-state 1H and 27Al NMR studies of amorphous aluminum hydroxides.Journal of Colloid and Interface Science261320-3242003ACL laboIsobeJCollInterfSciExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0021-9797(03)00144-983.154.119.1382724/04/2010 12:05:0728/03/2005 00:00:001H, 27Al, quadrupolar,, NMR, Inorganic, Materials RMNgbp  24
610 R.Ternane, M.Th.Cohen-Adad, G.Boulon, P.Florian, D.Massiot, M.Trabelsi-Ayedi, N.Kbir-AriguibSynthesis and characterization of new oxyboroapatite: Investigation of the ternary system CaO-P2O5-B2O3Solid State Ionics160183-1952003ACL laboTernaneSolStIonicsextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0167-2738(03)00161-9163.9.10.442719/06/2006 00:00:00 11B, 31P, quadrupolar, crystalline RMNgbp  24
609 D.Massiot, F.Fayon, B.Alonso, J.Trebosc, J.P.AmoureuxChemical bonding differences evidenced from J coupling in solid state NMR experiments involving quadrupolar nuclei.Journal of Magnetic Resonance164165-1702003ACL laboMassiotJMRExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1090-7807(03)00134-4163.9.10.442724/11/2009 23:00:2206/09/2005 00:00:0031P, 27Al, quadrupolar, Jcoupling, dmfit JCoupling 27Al-31P RMNgbp eSSNMR  24
6062F.Odobel, D.Massiot, B.S.Harrison, S.SchanzePhotoinduced energy transfer between ruthenium and osmium tris-bipyridine complexes covalently pillared into gamma-ZrPLangmuir1930-392003ACL laboOdobelLangmuirextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/la026029t83.154.119.13827  31P, crystalline, hybrid RMNgbp  24
605 B.Alonso, D.MassiotMulti-scale NMR characterization of mesostructured materials using 1H-13C through bond polarisation transfer, fast MAS, and 1H spin diffusion.Journal of Magnetic Resonance163347-3522003ACL laboAlonsoJMRFayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1090-7807(03)00061-2163.9.10.442728/03/2005 00:00:00 hybrid, 1H, 13C, dmfit, Jcoupling,, NMR, Hybrid, Method RMNgbp  24
5983F.Fayon, I.J.King, R.K.Harris, R.B.K.Gover, J.S.O.Evans, D.MassiotCharacterization of the room temperature structure of SnP2O7 by 31P through-space and through-bond NMR correlations spectroscopy.Chemistry of Materials152234-22392003ACL laboFayonChemMaterextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm031009d163.9.10.442719/06/2006 00:00:00 crystalline, 31P, Jcoupling JCoupling 31P RMNgbp CEMHTI_TGE  24
510 R.Frantz, J.O.Durand, F.Carré, G.F.Lanneau, J.Le Bideau, B.Alonso, D.MassiotSynthesis and Solid State NMR studies of P-Vinylbenzylphosphonic acid.Chemistry - a European Journal9770-7752003ACL laboFrantzChemEurJextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/chem.20039008683.154.119.1382728/03/2005 00:00:00 1H, 31P, hybrid RMNgbp  24
488 M.Capron, F.Fayon, D.Massiot, A.DouySr4Al14O25 : formation, stability and 27Al high-resolution NMR characterisation.Chemistry of Materials15575-5792003ACL laboCapronChemMaterAllix, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm0213265163.9.10.442728/06/2008 10:52:4001/01/2000 00:00:0027Al, quadrupolar, MQMAS, dmfit RMNgbp  106
333 L.Camus, V.Goletto, J.Maquet, C.Gervais, C.Bonhomme, F.Babonneau, D.Massiot1H MAS-NMR at high spinning rate : an interesting characterization tool for hybid materials.Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology26311-3142003ACLN laboCamusSolGelSTExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1023/A:1020732022863163.9.10.442705/06/2011 20:53:1428/03/2005 00:00:001H, hybrid, gels,, NMRhttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00597753 24
3211B.Alonso, F.Fayon, F.Fredoueil B.Bujoli, D.MassiotMulti-scale characterisation of hybrid organic-inorganic materials using new Solid-state NMR methods.Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology2695-982003ACLN laboAlonsoSolGelSTextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1023/A:1020745503782163.9.10.442728/03/2005 00:00:00 1H, 31P, hybrid,, RMN, Phosphonate,, NMR   24
8343D.MassiotHigh Resolution Solid State NMRHigh Magnetic Fields: Applications in Condensed Matter Physics and Spectroscopy", LNP Vol 595, eds C. Berthier, L.P. Lévy, G. Martinez, Springer-Verlag, ISBN 3-540-43979-X 435-4532002LivreHigh Magnetic Fields: Applications in Condensed Matter Physics and Spectroscopy", LNP Vol 595, eds C. Berthier, L.P. Lévy, G. Martinez, Springer-Verlag, ISBN 3-540-43979-XlaboMassiotHighMagneticFieldsFayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  2727/08/2010 15:09:5307/09/2005 00:00:00NMR, 1H, 13C, 27Al, 31P, 87Rb  24
6942D.MassiotProgrès récents de la Résonance Magnétique nucléaire du solide pour la caractérisation structurale de matériaux.Spectra Analyse2127-332002OV labomassiotSpecAnalFayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.8927  Jcoupling, Quadrupolar, 27Al, 1H, 13C, dmfit, highfield   24
607 M.Bujoli-Doeuff, S.Coste, M.Evain, R.Brec, D.Massiot, S.JobicSynthesis and structure of phases containing [Ni3P3S12](3-) crown-shaped trimersNew Journal of Chemistry26910-9142002ACL laboBujoliNJChemextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b200703g163.9.10.442707/09/2005 00:00:00 31P, crystalline,, NMR, Inorganic, Crystalline, Chalchogenide, Materials RMNgbp  24
501 O.J.Zogal, F.Beuneu, P.Vajda, P.Florian, D.MassiotMetallic Li colloids studied by 7Li MAS NMR in electron-irradiated LiF.Radiation Effects and Defects in Solids1571039-10442002ACL laboZogalRadEffDefSolidsextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080/10420150215823163.9.10.442729/03/2005 00:00:00 7Li RMNgbp CEMHTI_TGE  24
4872G.L.Hoatson, D.H.Zhou, F.Fayon, D.Massiot, R.L.Vold93Nb magic angle spinning NMR study of perovskite relaxor ferroelectrics (1-x)Pb(Mg1/3Nb2/3)O3-xPb(Sc1/2Nb1/2)O3.Physical Review B66224103-1-132002ACL laboHoatsonPRBExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.66.224103163.9.10.442703/12/2010 11:58:4804/07/2006 00:00:0093Nb, quadrupolar, dmfit, MQMAS GIM RMNgbp  24
486 M.Capron, F.Fayon, J.Coutures, D.Massiot, A.DouySynthesis and structural characterisation of Sr3Al10SiO20 by XRD and solid-state NMR.Journal of Solid State Chemistry16953-592002ACL laboCapronJSolidStChemAllix, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0022-4596(02)00016-6163.9.10.442728/03/2005 00:00:00 27Al, quadrupolar, MQMAS RMNgbp  106
3172F.Fayon, G.Le Saout, L.Emsley, D.MassiotThrough-Bond Phosphorus-Phosphorus Connectivities in Crystalline and Disordered Phosphates by Solid-State NMR.Chemical Communications 1702-17032002ACL laboFayonChemCommExtérieur, Fayon, Simon, ANR-DM MAT2C,ORT,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b205037b163.9.10.442727/08/2009 15:43:3007/09/2005 00:00:0031P, crystalline, glass, Jcoupling,, NMR, Inorganic, non-crystalline, Phosphate JCoupling 31P RMNgbp V2009  6620
3082F.Ribot, C.Eychenne-Baron, F.Fayon, D.Massiot, B.BressonSn-119 solid state NMR characterization of BuSnO(OH)Main Group Metal Chemistry25115-1192002ACL laboRibotMainGMetalChemextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.3927  119Sn, crystalline RMNgbp  24
300 F.Fredoueil, M.Evain, D.Massiot, M.Bujoli-Doeuff, A.Clearfield, B.BujoliSynthesis and Characterization of two new cadmium phosphonocarboxylates Cd2(OH)(O3PC2H4CO2) and Cd3(O3PC2H4CO2)2.2H2O.Dalton Transactions 1508-15122002ACL laboFredoueilDaltonTransExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b110275n163.9.10.442726/01/2013 14:29:1529/03/2005 00:00:00113Cd, 31P, hybrid,, NMR RMNgbp  24
299 B.Alonso, I.Klur, D.MassiotStudies of surfaces through molecular probe adsorption and solid-state NMR.Chemical Communications 804-8052002ACL laboAlonsoChemCommExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b200696k163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:16:3107/09/2005 00:00:00NMR,, 1H, 31P RMNgbp  24
298 D.Riou, F.Fayon, D.MassiotHydrothermal synthesis, structure determination and solid-state NMR study of the first organically templated scandium phosphate.Chemistry of Materials142416-24202002ACL laboRiouChemMaterextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm021116s163.9.10.442728/03/2005 00:00:00 45Sc, 31P, 1H, crystalline RMNgbp  24
2974Z.Gan, P.Gor'kov, T.A.Cross, A.Samoson, D.MassiotSeeking Higher Resolution and Sensitivity for NMR of Quadrupolar nuclei at ultrahigh magnetic fields.Journal of American Chemical Society1245634-56352002ACL laboGanJACSextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ja025849p163.9.10.442728/03/2005 00:00:00 27Al, highfield, quadrupolar, mqmas RMNgbp  24
294 J.Emery, O.Bohnke, J.L.Fourquet, J.Y.Buzaré, P.Florian, D.MassiotNMR Investigation of Li+ ion dynamics in the perovskite fast ion conductor Li3xLa2/3-x 1/3-2XTiO3Journal of Physics : Condensed Matter14523-5392002ACL laboEmeryJPhysCondMatextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1088/0953-8984/14/3/321163.9.10.442704/10/2005 00:00:00 7Li, hightemp,, High-Temperature RMNgbp  24
290 O.J.Zogal, F.Beuneu, P.Vajda, P.Florian, D.Massiot7Li and 6Li MAS NMR studies of two types of metallic Li colloids formed by electron irradiation in LiF.Physical Review B66064101,1-62002ACL laboZogalPRBextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevB.66.064101163.9.10.442715/12/2005 00:00:00 7li, hightemp,, NMR, High-Temperature, 6Li, 7Li RMNgbp CEMHTI_TGE  24
2893V.Lacassagne, C.Bessada, P.Florian, S.Bouvet, B.Ollivier, J.P.Coutures, D.MassiotStructure of High-Temperature NaF-AlF3-Al2O3 Melts : a multinuclear NMR study.Journal of Physical Chemistry B1061862-18682002ACL laboLacassagneJPhysChemBExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp013114l163.9.10.44310/05/2010 18:32:3128/03/2005 00:00:00hightemp, 27Al, 23Na, 19F,, Fluoride, High-Temperature, Molten-Salts RMNgbp  2588
275637D.Massiot, F.Fayon, M.Capron, I.King, S.Le Calvé, B.Alonso, J.O.Durand, B.Bujoli, Z.Gan, G.HoatsonModelling one and two-dimensional solid-state NMR spectra.Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry4070-762002ACL laboMassiotMRCExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/mrc.984163.9.10.442708/11/2009 15:02:2901/01/2000 00:00:0027Al, 1H, dmfit, 87Rb, mqmas RMNgbp eSSNMR Orleans  24
2742R.Ternane, M.Th.Cohen-Adad, G.Panczer, C.Goutaudier, N.Kbir-Ariguib, M.Trabelsi-Ayedi, P.Florian, D.MassiotIntroduction of boron in hydroxyapatite: synthesis and structural characterizationJournal of Alloys and Compounds33362-712002ACL laboTernaneJAllCompExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0925-8388(01)01558-4163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:03:4307/09/2005 00:00:00NMR,, 1H, 11B, 31P RMNgbp  24
2711M.Bujoli-Doeuff, M.Evain, P.Janvier, D.Massiot, A.Clearfield, Z.Gan, B.BujoliNew pillared layered Gallium phosphonates in the Gallium/1,2-Ethylenediphosphonic acid system.Inorganic Chemistry406694-66982001ACL laboBujoliInorgChemextérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic010588q163.9.10.4427  31P, 71Ga, quadrupolar, phosphonate, hybrid, highfield RMNgbp  24
270 J.Emery, O.Bohnke, J.L.Fourquet, J.Y.Buzaré, P.Florian, D.MassiotLi ion dynamics in Li3xLa2/3x..1/3-2xTiO3 studied by NMRComptes Rendus Académie des Sciences - Series IIC - Chemistry4845-8482001ACLN laboEmeryCRAS_IICExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1387-1609(01)01338-X163.9.10.442729/03/2005 00:00:00 7Li, RMN, High Temperature   24
152 O.Aloui-Lebbou, C.Goutaudier, S.Kubota, C.Dujardin, M.Th.Cohen-Adad, C.Pédrini, P.Florian, D.MassiotStructural and scintillation properties of new Ce3+-doped alumino-borateOptical Materials1677-862001ACL laboAloui-LebbouOptMaterExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0925-3467(00)00062-8163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:08:4007/09/2005 00:00:00RMN, 11B,, 27Al RMNgbp  24
1511I.J.King, F.Fayon, D.Massiot, R.K.Harris, J.S.O.EvansA Space Group Assignment of ZrP2O7 obtained by 31P Solid State NMRChemical Communications 1766-17672001ACL laboKingChemCommExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b106379k 2723/04/2010 15:38:5701/06/2005 00:00:0031P, crystalline, RMN, Phosphate RMNgbp  24
1503L.Montagne, S.Donze, G.Palavit, J.C.Boivin, F.Fayon, D.Massiot, J.Grimblot, L.Gengembre207Pb and 113Cd NMR and XPS characterization of PbO¯PbCl2¯CdCl2 glassesJournal of Non Crystalline Solids29374-802001ACLN laboMontagneJNCSExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0022-3093(01)00654-8163.9.10.442720/04/2010 18:23:0116/11/2005 00:00:00207Pb, 113Cd, glass, RMN, Glass,, NMR, Inorganic, non-crystalline, Materials,, PASS, PASS 207Pb glass v2009  24
149 M.Capron, P.Florian, F.Fayon, D.Trumeau, L.Hennet, M.Gaihlanou, D.Thiaudière, C.Landron, A.Douy, D.MassiotLocal structure and dynamics of high temperature SrO-Al2O3 liquids studied by 27Al NMR and Sr K-edge XAS spectroscopyJournal of Non Crystalline Solids293496-5012001ACL laboCapronJNCSExtérieur, Allix, Hennet, Fayon, Florian, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,MF,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0022-3093(01)00762-1163.9.10.441809/03/2017 18:46:1923/12/2006 00:00:00NMR, XRay, HighTemperature, 27Al, quadrupolar, dmfit, RX, hightemp,, High-Temperature RMNgbp  13109812
1172C.Gervais, J.Maquet, F.Babonneau, C.Duriez, E.Framery, M.Vaultier, P.Florian, D.MassiotChemically derived BN ceramics: extensive 11B and 15N solid-state NMR study of a preceramic polyborazilene.Chemistry of Materials131700-17072001ACL laboGervaisChemMaterExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm001244l163.9.10.4427  11B, 15N, solgel, hybrid RMNgbp  24
61 F.Fayon, D.Massiot, K.Suzuya, D.L.Price31P study of magnesium phosphate glassesJournal of Non Crystalline Solids28388-942001ACL laboFayonJNCSExtérieur, Fayon, l hennet, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0022-3093(01)00357-X 2727/06/2005 00:00:00 31P glass NMR Inorganic non-crystalline Phosphate RMNgbp glass v2009  186
60 F.Fredoueil, M.Evain, D.Massiot, M.Bujoli-Doueff, B.BujoliEnantiomerically pure Zinc phosphonates based on mixed phosphonic acid-phosphine oxide chiral building blocks.Journal of Materials Chemistry111106-11102001ACL laboFredoueilJMaterChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/b007868i163.9.10.442721/09/2006 00:00:00 31P, phosphonate, hybrid,, RMN, Phosphonate,, NMR RMNgbp  24
11 T.Vosegaard, P.Florian, D.Massiot, P.J.GrandinettiMultiple Quantum Magic-Angle Spinning using Rotary Resonance Excitation.Journal of Chemical Physics1144618-46242001ACL laboVosegaardJChemPhysExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1063/1.1333407 2705/09/2005 00:00:00 MQMAS, quadrupolar, 87Rb RMNgbp  24
102P.Florian, M.Gervais, A.Douy, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesA mul-tinuclear multiple-field NMR study of the Y2O3 - Al2O3 phase diagram.Journal of Physical Chemistry B105379-3912001ACL laboFlorianJPhysChemBAllix, Florian, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp0008851 2726/02/2011 15:01:5221/09/2006 00:00:0089Y, 27Al, 17O, quadrupolar, crystalline RMNgbp NMR  13108210
9 F.Odobel, B.Bujoli, D.MassiotZirconium Phosphonate frameworks covalently pillared with a bipyridine moiety.Chemistry of Materials13163-1732001ACL laboOdobelChemMaterExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm0005135 2728/03/2005 00:00:00 31P, phosphonate, hybrid,, RMN, Phosphonate RMNgbp  24
74E.Robert, A.Whittington, F.Fayon, M.Pichavant, D.MassiotStructural characterization of water bearing silicate and alumino-silicate glasses by high resolution Solid State NMRChemical Geology174291-3052001ACL laboRobertChemGeolExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0009-2541(00)00321-1163.9.10.772726/01/2009 14:07:2018/09/2006 00:00:0029Si 1H glass NMR non-crystalline Silicate RMNgbp glass v2009https://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00089816 24
61D.Massiot, B.Alonso, F.Fayon, F.Fredoueil, B.BujoliNew NMR developments for structural investigation of proton bearing materials at different length scales.Solid State Sciences311-162001ACL laboMassiotSSsciExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1293-2558(00)01133-X163.9.10.772726/01/2009 14:07:0101/01/2000 00:00:001H, 31P, hybrid,, RMN, Phosphonate, 13C RMNgbp  24
1431T.Vosegaard, P.Florian, P.J.Grandinetti, D.MassiotPure absorption-mode spectra using modulated RF mixing period in MQMAS experiment.Journal of Magnetic Resonance143217-2222000ACL laboVosegaardJMRExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1006/jmre.1999.1993163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:09:5128/03/2005 00:00:00MQMAS, quadrupolar, 87Rb RMNgbp  24
28 C.Magnenet, D.Massiot, I.Klur, J.P.CouturesCharacterization of Alumino Silicate on Rutile Surface by High-Resolution Solid State NMR.Journal of Materials Science35115-1212000ACL laboMagnenetJMatSciExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1023/A:1004752902101 2726/01/2009 14:10:1504/10/2005 00:00:0027Al, quadrupolar, RMN, 29Si RMNgbp  24
26 D.Massiot, R.Revel, C.Magnenet, D.BazinCharacterization of an Al, Ga based catalyst by Ga NMR and XASSolid State NMR16103-1082000ACL laboMassiotSSNMRExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0926-2040(00)00060-6 2716/11/2005 00:00:00 27Al, 71Ga, amorphous, quadrupolar, PASS QPASS 27Al RMNgbp  24
22 F.Beuneu, P.Vajda, O.J.Zogal, D.Massiot, J.P.Coutures, P.FlorianLow-temperature and high-temperature experiments on electron-irradiated Li2O: Molecular-oxygen freezing and metallic-lithium meltingNuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research Section B166270-2742000ACL laboBeuneuNIMBExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0168-583X(99)00662-X 2728/03/2005 00:00:00 7Li, hightemp,, NMR, High-Temperature RMNgbp CEMHTI_TGE  24
20 R.Revel, D.Bazin, M.Gailhanou, S.Lefevre, Y.Kihn, D.MassiotAspects complémentaires entre la spectroscopie d'absroption X et la diffraction anomale dans le cas d'entités de taille nanométrique supportées sur un oxyde léger.Journal de Physique IV - Proceedings10289-2972000ACLN laboRevelJPhysIVExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  2729/03/2005 00:00:00 RX, RMN, 71Ga   24
192M.T.Cohen-Adad, A.Aloui-Lebbou, C.Goutaudier, G.Panczer, C.Dujardin, C.Perdrini, P.Florian, D.Massiot, F.Gerard, C.KappensteinGadolinium and Yttrium borates : thermal behavior and structural considerations.Journal of Solid State Chemistry154204-2132000ACL laboCohen-AdadJSolidStChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1006/jssc.2000.8837 2726/01/2009 14:09:2628/03/2005 00:00:0011B, crystalline,, 89Y RMNgbp  24
181M.Bujoli-Doeuff, M.Evain, F.Fayon, B.Alonso, D.Massiot, B.BujoliInvestigation of the Structure of New Gallium Phosphonate-based Hybrid Materials by 31P, 71Ga and 1H Solid State NMREuropean Journal of Inorganic Chemistry 2497-24992000ACL laboBujoli-DoeuffEurJInorgChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/1099-0682(200012)2000:12<2497::AID-EJIC2497>3.0.CO;2-L 2726/01/2009 14:04:1428/03/2005 00:00:0071Ga, 31P, 1H, hybrid, quadrupolar, crystalline,, RMN, Phosphonate RMNgbp  24
141F.Babonneau, V.Gualandris, J.Maquet, D.Massiot, M.T.Janicke, B.F.ChmelkaNewly applied two-dimensional solid-state NMR correlation techniques for the characterization of organically modified silicates.Journal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology19113-1172000ACLN laboBabonneauSolGelSTExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1023/A:1008778610356 2726/07/2011 14:45:4528/03/2005 00:00:001H, hybrid, solgel, RMN, 29Si  24
13 P.M.Geffroy, F.Mabilat, C.Bessada, J.P.Coutures, D.MassiotHigh resolution NMR of BN and BN precursors : a combined 11B and 14N approach.Materials Research Forum, "Nitrides and Oxinitrides", S.Hampshire &M.J.Pomeroy editors, Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland325-326319-3242000LivreMaterials Research Forum, "Nitrides and Oxinitrides", S.Hampshire &M.J.Pomeroy editors, Trans Tech Publications, SwitzerlandlaboGeffroyNitridesOxinitridesDeschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442727/08/2010 15:07:3707/03/2005 00:00:0011B, 14N, MQMAS, quadrupolar  2588
2 T.Vosegaard, D.Massiot, P.J.GrandinettiSensitivity enhancements in MQ-MAS NMR of spin-5/2 nuclei using modulated rf mixing pulses.Chemical Physics Letters326454-4602000ACL laboVosegaardCPLExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0009-2614(00)00779-X163.9.10.7727  27Al, MQMAS, quadrupolar RMNgbp  24
441F.Fayon, C.Landron, K.Sakuraï, C.Bessada, D.MassiotPb2+ environment in lead silicate glasses probed by Pb-LIII-edge XAFS and 207Pb NMR.Journal of Non Crystalline Solids24339-441999ACL laboFayonJNCSExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0022-3093(98)00809-6163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:10:3507/09/2005 00:00:00207Pb, RX, glass,, NMR, Inorganic, non-crystalline, Silicate VOCS RMNgbp glass v2009  2588
432E.Robert, V.Lacassagne, C.Bessada, D.Massiot, B.Gilbert, J.P.CouturesStudy of NaF-AlF3 melts by high temperature 27Al NMR spectroscopy- comparison with results from Raman spectroscopy.Inorganic Chemistry38214-2171999ACL laboRobertInorgChemExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic980677b163.9.10.44326/01/2009 14:05:4401/01/2000 00:00:0027Al, hightemp,, Fluoride, High-Temperature, Molten-Salts RMNgbp CEMHTI_TGE  2588
422F.Fayon, C.Bessada, A.Douy, D.MassiotChemical bounding of Lead in glasses through isotropic vs anisotropic correlation :PASS Shifted Echo.Journal of Magnetic Resonance137116-1211999ACL laboFayonJMRAllix, Deschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1006/jmre.1998.1641163.9.10.442716/11/2005 00:00:00 207Pb, glass, PASS,, NMR, non-crystalline PASS Pb207 RMNgbp glass v2009  26610
41 C.Bessada, V.Lacassagne, D.Massiot, P.Florian, J.P.Coutures, E.Robert, B.GilbertStructural and Dynamic Approaches of Molten Salts by High Temperature spectroscopies.Zeitschrift für Naturforschung54162-1661999ACL laboBessadaZNaturforschungExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442720/04/2010 12:54:4029/03/2005 00:00:00hightemp, 19F, 27Al, 23Na,, Fluoride, High-Temperature, Molten-Salts RMNgbp CEMHTI_TGE  2588
40 F.Fredoueil, D.Massiot, P.Janvier, F.Gingl, M.Bujoli-Doeuff, M.Evain, A.Clearfield, B.BujoliSynthesis and X-Ray powder structure of a new pillared layered Cadmium Phosphonate, giving evidence that the intercalation of Alkylamines into Cd(O3PR).H2O is topotactic.Inorganic Chemistry381831-18331999ACL laboFredoueilInorgChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic981248g163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:18:3601/01/2000 00:00:0031P, phosphonate, hybrid,, 1H, 113Cd,, RMN, Phosphonate RMNgbp  24
394B.Bureau, G.Silly, J.Y.Buzaré, C.Legein, D.MassiotFrom crystalline to glassy gallium fluoride materials : an NMR study of 69Ga and 71Ga quadrupolar nuclei.Solid State NMR14181-1901999ACL laboBureauSSNMRExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0926-2040(99)00027-2163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:13:5521/09/2006 00:00:0071Ga, crystalline, quadrupolar GIM RMNgbp glass v2009  24
382E.Scolan, C.Magnenet, D.Massiot, C.SanchezSurface and bulk characterisation of titanium oxo clusters and nanosized titania particles through 17O solid state NMR.Journal of Materials Chemistry92467-24741999ACL laboScolanJMaterChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/a903714d163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:12:4428/04/2005 00:00:0017O, quadrupolar, hybrid RMNgbp  24
37 F.Fayon, C.Bessada, J.P.Coutures, D.MassiotHigh Resolution Double Quantum 31P NMR Study of intermediate Range Order in Crystalline and Glass Lead Phosphates.Inorganic Chemistry385212-52181999ACL laboFayonInorgChemDeschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic990375p163.9.10.442707/09/2005 00:00:00 207Pb, 31P, glass,, NMR, non-crystalline, Phosphate RMNgbp glass v2009  2588
36 J.Emery, O.Bohnke, J.L.Fouquet, J.Y.Buzaré, P.Florian, D.MassiotPolaronic effects on lithium motion in intercalated perovskite lithium lanthanum titanate observed by 7Li NMR and impedance spectroscopy.Journal of Physics : Condensed Matter1110401-104171999ACL laboEmeryJPhysCondMatExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1088/0953-8984/11/50/330163.9.10.442719/02/2010 12:40:4104/10/2005 00:00:007Li, hightemp,, NMR, High-Temperature RMNgbp  24
353D.Massiot, T.Vosegaard, N.Magneron, D.Trumeau, V.Montouillout, P.Berthet, T.Loizeau, B.Bujoli71Ga NMR of reference GaIV, GaV, and GaVI compounds by MAS and QPASS, extension of Ga/Al NMR parameters correlation.Solid State NMR15159-1691999ACL laboMassiotSSNMRExtérieur, Fayon, d price, Simon, ANR-DM MAT2C,ORT,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0926-2040(99)00053-3163.9.10.442716/11/2005 00:00:00 71Ga, quadrupolar, PASS, 27Al QPASS RMNgbp  6620
342V.Montouillout, D.Massiot, A.Douy, J.P.CouturesCharacterization of MgAl2O4 precursor powders prepared by aqueous routes: 27Al Magic Angle Spinning (MAS), Multiple-Quantum (MQ-MAS) and 27Al-{1H} Rotational Echo Double Resonance (REDOR) NMR.Journal of American Ceramic Society823299-33041999ACL laboMontouilloutJACeramSocAllix, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1151-2916.1999.tb02243.x163.9.10.442707/05/2009 19:15:4721/09/2006 00:00:0027Al, quadrupolar, MQMAS, REDOR RMNgbp MgAl2O4 Spinel MgAl2O4 spinel precursors have been prepared by two different aqueous synthesis routes: spray drying and citrate complexing. The spinel precursors exhibit different morphology and crystallization behavior. 27Al high-resolution magic-angle spinning (MAS), multiple quantum MAS, and 27Al-{1H} rational echo double resonance (REDOR) nuclear magnetic resonance experiments, show that the spinel precursors have different aluminum local structures. 27Al-{1H} REDOR experiments detect AlIV- and AlV-bearing proton-free domains, possibly stabilized by residual carbonates, characteristic of the complexed precursor.106
32 C.Bessada, E.Robert, G.D.Zissi, V.Lacassagne, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesHigh temperature 27Al NMR signature of molten oxides, fluorides and chloridesProceedings of the International George Papatheodorou SymposiumS.Boghosian, V.Dracopoulos, C.G.Kontoyannis nd G.A.Voyiatzis Eds68-721999ACLNS.Boghosian, V.Dracopoulos, C.G.Kontoyannis nd G.A.Voyiatzis EdslaboBessadaProceedingGPapatheodorouExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:13:2701/01/2000 00:00:0027Al, hightemp, quadrupolar,, Fluoride, High-Temperature, Molten-Salts CEMHTI_TGE  2588
31 V.Gualandris, J.Maquet, F.Babonneau, P.Florian, D.MassiotCharacterization of organically modified silicates by 17O solid state MAS and MQ-MAS NMR.Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings57621-261999ACLN laboGualandrisMRSsympProcExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442728/04/2010 10:01:2606/09/2005 00:00:0017O, solgel, quadrupolar, MQMAS  24
67 P.Faucon, J.F.Jacquinot, F.Adenot, N.Gautier, D.Massiot, J.Virlet27Al MAS NMR study on Cement Paste Degradation by WaterNuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Cement-Based Materials, P. Colombet, A.-R. Grimmer, H. Zanni, P. Sozzani (Eds.), Springer Verlag Berlin 403-4101998LivreNuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Cement-Based Materials, P. Colombet, A.-R. Grimmer, H. Zanni, P. Sozzani (Eds.), Springer Verlag BerlinlaboFauconNMRCementBasedMaterialsExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442727/08/2010 15:08:4607/03/2005 00:00:0027Al, quadrupolar  24
66 L.Bonafous, C.Bessada, D.Massiot, J.P.Coutures, B.LeRolland, P.ColombetIn situ high temperature multinuclear NMR study of clinker formation.Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Cement-Based Materials, P. Colombet, A.-R. Grimmer, H. Zanni, P. Sozzani (Eds.), Springer Verlag BerlinNuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Cement-Based Materials47-561998LivreNuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Cement-Based Materials, P. Colombet, A.-R. Grimmer, H. Zanni, P. Sozzani (Eds.), Springer Verlag BerlinlaboBonafousNMRCementBasedMaterialsExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442727/08/2010 14:49:2507/03/2005 00:00:0029Si, 17O, 19F, hightemp,, NMR, Inorganic, Silicate, Materials, High-Temperature  2588
642D.Massiot, B.Touzo, D.Trumeau, I.Farnan, J.C.Rifflet, C.Bessada, A.Douy, J.P.CouturesTime resolved very high temperature NMR study of the cooling process of CaO-Al2O3 liquids, implications on phase diagrams and liquid solid transition.Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Cement-Based Materials, P. Colombet, A.-R. Grimmer, H. Zanni, P. Sozzani (Eds.), Springer Verlag Berlin 89-1061998LivreNuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Cement-Based Materials, P. Colombet, A.-R. Grimmer, H. Zanni, P. Sozzani (Eds.), Springer Verlag BerlinlaboMassiotNMRCementBasedMaterialsAllix, Deschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442713/05/2011 15:18:2107/09/2005 00:00:0027Al, hightemp, quadrupolar, glass,, Inorganic, Materials, High-Temperature,, NMR, non-crystalline v2009  26610
63 D.Massiot, B.Touzo, D.Trumeau, C.Magnenet, V.Montouillout, P.Florian, C.Bessada, A.Douy, J.P.Coutures, J.VirletNew progress in High Resolution 27Al and 17O solid state NMR (MAS and MQ-MAS) of aluminium bearing phases.Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Cement-Based Materials, P. Colombet, A.-R. Grimmer, H. Zanni, P. Sozzani (Eds.), Springer Verlag Berlin 107-1181998LivreNuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy of Cement-Based Materials, P. Colombet, A.-R. Grimmer, H. Zanni, P. Sozzani (Eds.), Springer Verlag BerlinlaboMassiotNMRCementBasedMaterialsExtérieur, Allix, Deschamps, Florian, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,MAT2C,MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442727/08/2010 15:01:4307/03/2005 00:00:0027Al, 17O, quadrupolar, MQMAS  13133814
593V.Lacassagne, C.Bessada, D.Massiot, P.Florian, J.P.CouturesHigh resolution NMR study of the mobility in solid cryolite Na3AlF6 from room temperature up to 300°C.Journal de Chimie Physique et de Physico-Chimie Biologique95322-3261998ACLN laboLacassagneJChimPhysBioDeschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1051/jcp:1998139163.9.10.442720/04/2010 18:15:3815/12/2005 00:00:00hightemp, 23Na, 27Al, 19F,, Fluoride, High-Temperature, Molten-Salts,, NMR  2588
581F.Fayon, C.Bessada, D.Massiot, I.Farnan, J.P.CouturesIsotropic and Anisotropic Chemical Shift in 207Pb NMR of Inorganic Solids.Journal de Chimie Physique et de Physico-Chimie Biologique95317-3211998ACLN laboFayonJChimPhysBioExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1051/jcp:1998138163.9.10.442720/04/2010 18:05:4615/12/2005 00:00:00207Pb, PASS, glass, crystalline,, NMR, Crystalline PASS Pb207 v2009  2588
571C.Magnenet, D.Massiot, Y.Klur, J.P.CouturesCharacterisation of TiO2 pigments by 27Al NMR.Journal de Chimie Physique et de Physico-Chimie Biologique95310-3161998ACLN laboMagnenetJChimPhysBioExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1051/jcp:1998137163.9.10.442716/04/2010 17:14:5515/12/2005 00:00:0027Al, quadrupolar,, NMR  24
56 D.Massiot, V.Montouillout, F.Fayon, P.Florian, C.BessadaQPASS : towards higher resolution in NMR of half integer quadrupolar nuclei whith high quadrupolar couplings.Journal de Chimie Physique et de Physico-Chimie Biologique95270-2791998ACLN laboMassiotJChimPhysBioDeschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1051/jcp:1998132163.9.10.442716/04/2010 17:16:4715/12/2005 00:00:00PASS, 71Ga, quadrupolar,, NMR QPASS  2588
551F.Fredoueil, D.Massiot, D.Poojary, M.Bujoli-Doeuff, A.Clearfield, B.Bujoli71Ga and 31P Solid State NMR : a powerfull tool for the characterization of the first Gallium phosphonates.Chemical Communications 175-1761998ACL laboFredoueilChemCommExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/a705270g163.9.10.442723/04/2010 15:39:2615/12/2005 00:00:0071Ga, 31P, hybrid, phosphonate, quadrupolar,, RMN, Phosphonate RMNgbp  24
54 N.Gautier, M.Gervais, C.Landron, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesAluminium-Gallium Substitution in Yttrium Garnets investigated by NMR and X-Ray Diffraction.Physica Status Solidi A165329-3361998ACL laboGautierPhysStatSolidiAAllix, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/(SICI)1521-396X(199802)165:2<329::AID-PSSA329>3.0.CO;2-K163.9.10.442720/04/2010 18:09:4706/09/2005 00:00:0027Al, 71Ga, quadrupolar, RX, 89Y RMNgbp  106
533D.Massiot, V.Montouillout, C.Magnenet, C.Bessada, J.P.Coutures, H.Forster, S.Steuernagel, D.MullerTowards higher resolution for quadrupolar nuclei in Solid State NMR at very high field.Comptes Rendus Académie des Sciences - Series IIC - Chemistry1157-1621998ACL laboMassiotCRAS_IICExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1387-1609(99)80074-7163.9.10.442720/04/2010 18:20:0029/03/2005 00:00:0027Al, 71Ga, quadrupolar, highfield RMNgbp  2588
52 T.Bastow, D.Massiot, J.P.Coutures14N NMR in AlN and BN.Solid State NMR10241-2451998ACL laboBastowSSNMRExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0926-2040(97)00106-9163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:20:3301/01/2000 00:00:0014N, crystalline, quadrupolar RMNgbp  24
51 O.Bohnke, J.Emery, J.L.Fourquet, J.Y.Buzaré, P.Florian, D.MassiotA distribution of activation energies for the local and long-range ionic motion is consistent with the disordered structure of the perovskite Li3xLa2/3-xTiO3.Solid State Ionics10925-341998ACL laboBohnkeSolStIonicsExtérieur, Florian, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0167-2738(98)00081-2163.9.10.442726/01/2013 14:38:2501/01/2000 00:00:007Li, hightep RMNgbp  1310748
503F.Fayon, C.Bessada, D.Massiot, I.Farnan, J.P.Coutures29Si and 207Pb study of local order in lead silicate glasses.Journal of Non Crystalline Solids232403-4081998ACL laboFayonJNCSDeschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0022-3093(98)00470-0163.9.10.442720/04/2010 13:12:0307/09/2005 00:00:0029Si, 207Pb, glass,, NMR, non-crystalline, Silicate RMNgbp glass v2009  2588
49 Ch.Gervais, F.Babonneau, J.Maquet, Ch.Bonhomme, D.Massiot, E.Framery, M.Vaultier15N CP using Inversion Recovery Cross Polarization technique and 11B MAS-NMR studies of reference compounds containing B-N bonds.Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry36407-4141998ACL laboGervaisMRCExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/(SICI)1097-458X(199806)36:6<407::AID-OMR295>3.0.CO;2-Y163.9.10.442726/01/2013 14:25:5121/09/2006 00:00:0015N, solgel, 11B, quadrupolar, highfield RMNgbp  24
483T.Vosegaard, I.P.Byriel, L.Binet, D.Massiot, H.JakobsenCrystal structure studies by single –crystal NMR spectroscopy. 71Ga and 69Ga single-crystal NMR of beta-Ga2O3.Journal of American Chemical Society1208184-81881998ACL laboVosegaardJACSExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ja981666k163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:19:0521/04/2006 00:00:0071Ga, crystalline, quadrupolar RMNgbp  24
472V.Penicaud, D.Massiot, G.Gelbard , F.Odobel, B.BujoliPreparation of structural analogues of divalent metal monophosphonates, using bis(phosphonic) acids : a new strategy to reduce overcrowding of organic groups in the interlayer space.Journal of Molecular Structure47031-381998ACL laboPenicaudJMolStructExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0022-2860(98)00467-0163.9.10.442720/04/2010 18:24:3016/01/2006 00:00:0031P, hybrid, phosphonate RMNgbphttps://hal.archives-ouvertes.fr/ccsd-00006704 24
46 V.Lacassagne, P.Florian, V.Montouillout, C.Gervais, F.Babonneau, D.MassiotResolution enhancement in MQ-MAS experiments achieved by composite decoupling.Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry36956-9591998ACL laboLacassagneMRCExtérieur, Florian, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/(SICI)1097-458X(199812)36:12<956::AID-OMR424>3.0.CO;2-7163.9.10.442726/01/2013 14:26:4221/09/2006 00:00:00MQMAS, 11B, 27Al, 19F, 1H RMNgbp  1310748
781D.Massiot, S.Drumel, P.Janvier, M.Bujoli-Doeuff, B.BujoliRelationship between Solid State 31P NMR parameters and X-Ray structural data in some Zinc Phosphonates.Chemistry of Materials96-71997ACL laboMassiotChemMaterExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/cm960417x163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:36:0529/03/2005 00:00:0031P, phosphonate, hybrid, RX,, RMN, Phosphonate RMNgbp  24
771B.Touzo, D.Massiot, D.Trumeau, A.Douy, J.P.CouturesCooling of liquid calcium aluminates monitored by 27Al NMR time resolved experiment.Prodeedings of 10th international congress on the chemistry of cement, Gothenburg sweden June 2-6 pp 3v0051997LivreProdeedings of 10th international congress on the chemistry of cement, Gothenburg sweden June 2-6laboTouzoProcChemCement10thAllix, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMN 163.9.10.442727/08/2010 14:53:2006/09/2005 00:00:0027Al, hightemp, glass, quadrupolar,, Inorganic, non-crystalline, High-Temperature v2009  106
76 L.Bonafous, P.Colombet, C.Bessada, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesHigh temperature 19F NMR observation of fluorine activity in clinker processing.Prodeedings of 10th international congress on the chemistry of cement, Gothenburg sweden June 2-6 pp 3v0021997LivreProdeedings of 10th international congress on the chemistry of cement, Gothenburg sweden June 2-6laboBonafousProcChemCement10thExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442727/08/2010 15:03:0406/09/2005 00:00:0019F, hightemp,, NMR, Inorganic, Silicate, Materials, High-Temperature  2588
753T.Vosegaard, D.Massiot, N.Gautier, H.J.Jakobsen71Ga Chemical Shielding and Quadrupolar Coupling Tensors of the Garnet Y3Ga5O12 from Single-Crystal 71Ga NMR.Inorganic Chemistry362446-24501997ACL laboVosegaardInorgChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic970012u163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:35:4128/04/2005 00:00:0071Ga, crystalline, quadrupolar RMNgbp  24
741B.Ollivier, R.Retoux, Ph.Lacorre, D.Massiot, G.FéreyCrystal Structure of Kappa Alumina an X-Ray powder diffraction, TEM and NMR study.Journal of Materials Chemistry71049-10561997ACL laboOllivierJMaterChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1039/a700054e163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:29:0421/09/2006 00:00:0027Al, quadrupolar, crystalline, MQMAS RMNgbp  24
73 M.Gervais, S.Lefloch, N.Gautier, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesCrystallization of Y3Al5O12 garnet from deep undercooled melt, effect of the Al-Ga substitution.Materials Science and Engineering B45108-1131997ACL laboGervaisMatScEngBAllix, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0921-5107(96)02032-6163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:35:1729/03/2005 00:00:00crystalline, 27Al, 71Ga, quadrupolar RMNgbp  106
72 F.Fayon, I.Farnan, C.Bessada, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesEmpirical correlations between 207Pb NMR chemical shift and structure in solids.Journal of American Chemical Society1196837-68431997ACL laboFayonJACSDeschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ja963593f163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:31:5929/03/2005 00:00:00207Pb, crystalline RMNgbp  2588
712D.Massiot, V.Montouillout, F.Fayon, P.Florian, C.BessadaOrder-resolved sideband separation in magic angle spinning NMR of half integer quadrupolar nuclei.Chemical Physics Letters272295-3001997ACL laboMassiotCPLDeschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0009-2614(97)88023-2163.9.10.442716/11/2005 00:00:00 PASS, 71Ga, quadrupolar QPASS RMNgbp  2588
702V.Lacassagne, C.Bessada, B.Ollivier, D.Massiot, P.Florian, J.P.CouturesEtude de la transition solide liquide de la cryolithe naturelle par résonance magnétique nucléaire de 27Al, 23Na et 19F.Comptes Rendus Académie des Sciences - Series IIB32591-981997ACL laboLacassagneCRAS_IIBDeschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S1251-8069(97)83251-4163.9.10.442720/04/2010 18:17:0129/03/2005 00:00:0023Na, 19F, 27Al, quadrupolar RMNgbp  2588
1247D.Massiot, B.Touzo, D.Trumeau, J.P.Coutures, J.Virlet, P.Florian, P.J.GrandinettiTwo-dimensiontal Magic-Angle Spinning Isotropic Reconstruction Sequences for Quadrupolar Nuclei.Solid State NMR673-831996ACL laboMassiotSSNMRExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0926-2040(95)01210-9163.9.10.442723/12/2008 10:04:0807/09/2005 00:00:0027Rb, quadrupoplar, MQMAS,, 87Rb RMNgbp  24
123 P.F.McMillan, W.T.Petuskey, D.Massiot, B.Coté, C.Landron, J.P.CouturesA structural investigation of CaO-Al2O3 glasses via 27Al MAS NMR.Journal of Non Crystalline Solids195261-2711996ACL laboMcMillanJNCSExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0022-3093(95)00536-6163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:31:2507/09/2005 00:00:0027Al, quadrupolar, glass,, NMR, non-crystalline RMNgbp glass v2009  24
1222H.Maekawa, P.Florian, D.Massiot, H.kiyono, M.NakamuraEffect of alkali oxide on 17O parameters and Si-O-Si angles of alkali disilicate glasses.Journal of Physical Chemistry1005525-55321996ACL laboMaekawaJPhysChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/jp952258v163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:30:4807/09/2005 00:00:0017O, quadrupolar, glass,, NMR, Inorganic, non-crystalline RMNgbp glass v2009  24
121 D.Massiot, R.Conanec, R.Marchand, Y.LaurentNMR characterisation of Na3AlP3O9N and Na2Mg2P3O9N : location of the (NaAl)/Mg2 substitution.Inorganic Chemistry354957-49601996ACL laboMassiotInorgChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/ic960164+163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:30:2901/01/2000 00:00:0031P, 27Al, 23Na, crystalline,, NMR RMNgbp  24
120 I.Jaymes, A.Douy, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesCharacterization of mono- and diphasic mullite precursor powders prepared by aqueous routes. 27Al and 29Si MAS-NMR spectroscopy investigationsJournal of Materials Science314581-45891996ACL laboJaymesJMatSciAllix, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/BF00366355163.9.10.442705/07/2012 11:09:2529/03/2005 00:00:0029Si, 27Al, quadrupolar, crystalline, mullite RMNgbp  106
119 I.Jaymes, A.Douy, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesEvolution of the Si environment in Mullite solid solution by 29Si MAS NMR spectroscopy.Journal of Non Crystalline Solids204125-1341996ACL laboJaymesJNCSAllix, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0022-3093(96)00414-0163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:32:4729/03/2005 00:00:0029Si, crystalline, mullite RMNgbp  106
1181D.MassiotSensitivity and lineshape improvements of MQ-MAS by rotor synchronized data acquisition.Journal of Magnetic Resonance A122240-2441996ACL laboMassiotJMRAFayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1006/jmra.1996.0202163.9.10.442723/12/2008 10:02:5729/03/2005 00:00:0027Al, quadrupolar, MQMAS RMNgbp  24
19960D.Massiot, I.Farnan, N.Gautier, D.Trumeau, P.Florian, P.J.GrandinettiGa-69,Ga-71 Solid-State Static, MAS and DAS NMR-Study of beta-Ga2O3Journal de Chimie Physique et de Physico-Chimie Biologique921847-18501995ACLN laboMassiotJChimPhysBioExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMN  2716/04/2010 17:15:5215/11/2006 00:00:00   24
1363 G.Hauret, Y.Vaills, T.Parot-Rajaona, F.Gervais, D.Massiot, Y.LuspinDynamic behavior of (1-x)SiO2-0.5xM2O glasses (M = Na,Li) investigated by infrared and brillouin spectroscopies.Journal of Non Crystalline Solids19185-931995ACL laboHauretJNCSFayon, Simon MAT2C,ORT,RMN  4204/05/2010 16:35:2306/09/2005 00:00:00IR, Brillouin, non-crystalline glass v2009  6620
1405P.Florian, D.Massiot, G.Humbert, J.P.CouturesEtude par RMN de 17O et 89Y des formes C et B de l’oxyde d’Yttrium Y2O3.Comptes Rendus Académie des Sciences - Serie II32099-1041995ACL laboFlorianCRAS_IIExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442720/04/2010 18:29:3229/03/2005 00:00:0017O, 89Y, quadrupolar, crystalline RMNgbp  24
1394D.Massiot, I.Farnan, N.Gautier, D.Trumeau, A.Trokiner, J.P.CouturesA 71Ga and 69Ga study of b -Ga2O3 : resolution of four fold and six fold coordinated Ga sites in static conditions.Solid State NMR4241-2481995ACL laboMassiotSSNMRExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0926-2040(95)00002-8163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:26:4101/01/2000 00:00:0071Ga, crystalline, quadrupolar RMNgbp  24
1381D.Massiot, D.Müller, Th.Hübert, M.Schneider, A.P.M.Kentgens, B.Coté, J.P.Coutures, W.GessnerDOR and MAS NMR study of 27Al : Reexamination of the Aluminum Borate 9 Al2O3 - 2 B2O3.Solid State NMR5175-1801995ACL laboDmassiotSSNMRExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0926-2040(95)00021-H163.9.10.4427  27Al, crystalline, quadrupolar, DOR, highfield RMNgbp  24
137 L.Bonafous, C.Bessada, D.Massiot, J.P.Coutures, B.Le Rolland, P.Colombet29Si MAS NMR study of Dicalcium Silicate : the structural influence of Sulphate and Alumina Stabilizers.Journal of American Ceramic Society782603-26081995ACL laboBonafousJACeramSocExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1151-2916.1995.tb08029.x163.9.10.442726/01/2013 14:31:4621/09/2006 00:00:0029Si, cements RMNgbp The effect on β-C2S of two stabilizing agents, calcium sulfate and alumina, has been investigated using high-resolution 29Si solid state NMR spectroscopy. Syntheses were achieved via the gel route, wet or dry processes. Room-temperature NMR spectra characteristics were analyzed as a function of the sintering temperature. The incorporation of Al3+ and S6+ ions, which finds expression in a noticeable line broadening, is shown to be effective above 1200°C. The 29Si chemical shift is unchanged upon doping, suggesting a mean SiO4 tetrahedra geometry identical to that in pure β-C2S. General trends on the structure adopted by C2S upon Al3+ and S6+ doping are also discussed.2588
136 I.Jaymes, A.Douy, D.Massiot, J.P.BusnelSynthesis of a mullite precursor from aluminum nitrate and tetraethoxysilane via aqueous homogeneous precipitation : an 27Al and 29Si liquid- and solid-state NMR spectroscopic study.Journal of American Ceramic Society782648-26541995ACL laboJaymesJACeramSocExtérieur, Allix, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1151-2916.1995.tb08035.x163.9.10.442726/01/2013 14:32:2821/09/2006 00:00:0027Al, 29Si, quadrupolar RMNgbp A simple aqueous process is described for the preparation of aluminosilicate colloids and chemically homogeneous mullite precursor gel. Starting from a solution of aluminum nitrate and silicic acid, aluminum is slowly hydrolyzed at 80–100°C by in situ generation of ammonia. A silica gel is rapidly made, probably by a catalytic effect of urea, the base generator. This gel is then slowly digested by partially hydrolyzed aluminum species which break the Si-O-Si bonds and link to the gel by Si-O-Al bonds. Progressively a clear colloidal sol is obtained and the colloidal particle size continues to decrease toward aluminosilicate species where the silicon atoms are in a single environment and may be linked to three hexacoordinated aluminum atoms and a hydroxyl group, by reference to natural imogolite. When the hydrolysis of aluminum is nearly complete, these particles are cross-linked and a final gel precursor of mullite is obtained. This gel is chemically very homogeneous and crystallizes to mullite at 980°C. The structural evolution, from the first gel to the ceramic, has been followed by 27Al and 29Si liquid- and solid-state MAS NMR spectroscopy.106
1353D.Massiot, I.Farnan, N.Gauthier, D.Trumeau, P.Florian, P.J.Grandinetti69,71Ga Solid State Static, MAS and DAS NMR Study of b -Ga2O3.Journal de Chimie Physique921847-18501995ACLN laboMassiotJChimPhysExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442704/03/2005 00:00:00 71Ga, quadrupolar, crystalline,, NMR   24
134 N.Gautier, D.Massiot, I.Farnan, J.P.CouturesAluminium Gallium substitution in Yttrium Garnets investigated by NMR.Journal de Chimie Physique et de Physico-Chimie Biologique921843-18461995ACLN laboGautierJChimPhysBioFayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442716/04/2010 17:01:3804/03/2005 00:00:0027Al, 71Ga, quadrupolar,, NMR  24
133 L.Bonafous, B.Ollivier, Y.Auger, H.Chaudret, C.Bessada, D.Massiot, I.Farnan, J.P.CouturesHigh temperature observation of mobile phases up to 1500°C.Journal de Chimie Physique et de Physico-Chimie Biologique921867-18701995ACLN laboBonafousJChimPhysBioDeschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442720/04/2010 12:55:1404/03/2005 00:00:00hightemp, 27Al, 19F,, Materials, High-Temperature,, NMR  2588
1321B.Touzo, D.Trumeau, D.Massiot, I.Farnan, J.P.CouturesHigh temperature 27Al NMR time resolved study. Application to the CaO-Al2O3 binary system.Journal de Chimie Physique et de Physico-Chimie Biologique921871-18761995ACLN laboTouzoJChimPhysBioFayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442716/04/2010 17:17:5004/03/2005 00:00:00hightemp, 27Al, quadrupolar,, NMR, Inorganic, Materials, High-Temperature  24
131 I.Jaymes, A.Douy, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesEtude RMN du Silicium-29 et de l’aluminium-27 dans la solution solide mullite Al2(Al2+x Si2-x) O10-x.Journal de Chimie Physique et de Physico-Chimie Biologique921851-18541995ACLN laboJaymesJChimPhysBioAllix, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,RMN 163.9.10.442720/04/2010 18:14:4704/03/2005 00:00:0029Si, 27Al, quadrupolar, mullite,, NMR  106
1302D.Massiot, D.Trumeau, B.Touzo, I.Farnan, J.C.Rifflet, A.Douy, J.P.CouturesStructure and Dynamics of CaAl2O4 from liquid to Glass : a High Temperature 27Al NMR time resolved study.Journal of Physical Chemistry9916455-164591995ACL laboMassiotJPhysChemAllix, Millot, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,MF,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/j100044a038163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:25:5903/10/2005 00:00:0027Al, hightemp,, NMR, Inorganic, Materials, High-Temperature RMNgbp glass v2009  148
129 D.Massiot, P.Dion, J.F.Alcover, F.Bergaya27Al and 29Si MAS NMR Study of Kaolinite Thermal Decomposition By Controlled Rate Thermal Analysis.Journal of American Ceramic Society782940-29441995ACL laboMassiotJACeramSocExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1151-2916.1995.tb09067.x163.9.10.442720/04/2010 18:27:5321/09/2006 00:00:0027Al, 29Si, crystalline RMNgbp The processing of kaolinite under controlled rate thermal analysis conditions (CRTA) provides homogeneously transformed samples at defined dehydroxylation rates. The kaolinite-to-metakaolinite transformation has been monitored by solid-state NMR and X-ray diffraction. The metakaolinite product is an amorphous material with no resolved XRD pattern and is based on a disordered polymerized silicon/aluminum network in which aluminum preferably occupies four- and five-fold structural positions in the ratio 60% AlVI, 30% AlV, and 10% AlVI. This complex dehydroxylation process has been viewed at different scales, with the aluminum NMR tracing a site-by-site destructon of the octahedral sheet and the silicon NMR and XRD following a more rapid destruction of the longrange order.24
1281P.Florian, D.Massiot, B.T.Poe, I.Farnan, J.P.CouturesA time resolved spectroscopic study of the cooling of liquid alumina from 2500°C to crystallisation.Solid State NMR5233-2381995ACL laboFlorianSSNMRExtérieur, Florian, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0926-2040(95)01188-X163.9.10.442729/10/2012 15:59:3201/01/2000 00:00:00hightemp, 27Al, quadrupolar,, NMR, Inorganic, High-Temperature RMNgbp  1310748
36790D.Müller, J.P.Coutures, F.Taulelle, D.MassiotNuclear resonance spectrometer and method for measuring nuclear resonanceBrevet  1994BrevetUnited States Number 5,298,864, March 29th 1994laboMüllerBrevetExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.1802704/05/2012 13:22:2617/03/2010 14:14:14Brevet Bruker United States Number 5,298,864, March 29th 1994. (extension du précédent aux USA).24
6301B.Coté, D.Massiot, J.P.Coutures, B.T.Poe, P.F.McMillan27Al NMR of CaO-Al2O3-SiO2 and CaO-Al2O3 liquids and glassesApplication of NMR spectroscopy to Cement Science, P. Colombet and A.R. Grimmer editors, Gordon and Breach Science Publishers 171-1751994LivreApplication of NMR spectroscopy to Cement Science, P. Colombet and A.R. Grimmer editors, Gordon and Breach Science PublisherslaboCotéApplicationNMRCementScienceExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442727/08/2010 15:04:3507/09/2005 00:00:00quadrupolar, 27Al, dmfit, glass,, NMR, non-crystalline, Silicate glass v2009  24
6282D.Massiot, B.Coté, F.Taulelle, J.P.Coutures27Al MAS NMR of crystalline and amorphous materialsApplication of NMR spectroscopy to Cement Science, P. Colombet and A.R. Grimmer editors, Gordon and Breach Science Publishers 153-1691994LivreApplication of NMR spectroscopy to Cement Science, P. Colombet and A.R. Grimmer editors, Gordon and Breach Science PublisherslaboMassiotApplicationNMRCementScienceExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442727/08/2010 15:05:3907/03/2005 00:00:00quadrupolar, 27Al, crystalline, dmfit  24
625 J.P.Coutures, D.Massiot, P.Florian, B.CotéHigh and Very High Temperature 17O and 27Al nuclear magnetic resonance on liquid alumina and silica bearing oxides.Application of NMR spectroscopy to Cement Science, P. Colombet and A.R. Grimmer editors, Gordon and Breach Science Publishers 429-4541994LivreApplication of NMR spectroscopy to Cement Science, P. Colombet and A.R. Grimmer editors, Gordon and Breach Science PublisherslaboCouturesApplicationNMRCementScienceExtérieur, Florian, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442727/08/2010 15:05:0507/03/2005 00:00:0017O, 27Al, quadrupolar, hightemp,, NMR, Inorganic, High-Temperature  1310748
623 D.Massiot, H.Thiele, A.GermanusWinFit - a Windows-based program for lineshape analysisBruker Report14043-461994OV laboMassiotBrukerReportExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442704/08/2009 16:16:3201/01/2000 00:00:00dmfit  24
622 I.Jaymes, A.Douy, P.Florian, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesNew synthesis of Mullite. structural evolution study by 17O 27Al and 29Si MAS NMR spectroscopyJournal of Sol-Gel Science and Technology2367-3701994ACL laboJaymesSolGelSTAllix, Fayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,CERAM,RMN 163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:27:1928/03/2005 00:00:0017O, 27Al, quadrupolar, 29Si, crystalline RMNgbp  106
6218B.T.Poe, P.F.McMillan, B.Coté, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesStructure and dynamics in calcium aluminate liquids: high temperature 27Al NMR and raman spectroscopyJournal of American Ceramic Society771832-18381994ACL laboPoeJACeramSocExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1151-2916.1994.tb07058.x163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:23:3721/09/2006 00:00:00glass, 27Al, hightemp, quadrupolar,, NMR, Inorganic, non-crystalline, High-Temperature,, HighTemperature High Temperature RMNgbp v2009 27Al NMR spectra of CaO–Al2O3 liquids at 2500 K have been obtained using a recently developed technique that involves CO2 laser heating and sample levitation inside the NMR magnet. The spectra consist of single, narrow lines (100 to 200 Hz FWHM), indicating that rapid chemical exchange among molecular species occurs in the liquids. Isotropic chemical shifts vary linearly with composition, becoming more shielded with increasing Al2O3content. This is most likely due to an increase in the average nearest-neighbor coordination of Al, as the proportion of higher coordinate Al species (AlO5 and AlO6) has been observed to increase with alumina content in glasses along this join. This is also in agreement with ion dynamics simulations of liquids along the CaO–Al2O3 join, which show the average Al coordination to range from 4 at low alumina content to 5 for Al2O3liquid. Correlation times for 27Al spin–lattice relaxation estimated from the NMR line widths are in agreement with shear relaxation times determined from experimental viscosity measurements. This may indicate that oxygen exchange between neighboring aluminate polyhedra is a key component in the mechanism for viscous flow. Viscosities determined from oxygen ion diffusion coefficients via ion dynamics simulation agree well with extrapolation of experimental data, in further support of this. We have also obtained high-temperature Raman spectra of CaAl2O4 and Ca12Al14O33 glasses and liquids up to 1928 K. The liquid spectra contain structure similar to those of glasses, indicating that the aluminate liquids consist of AlOn polyhedral units on the vibrational time scale, rather than simple ionic species.24
6202J.P.Coutures, J.Cl.Rifflet, P.Florian et D.MassiotEtude par analyse thermique et par RMN très haute température de 27Al de la solidification de Al2O3 en l’absence de nucléation hétérogène : effets de la température du liquide et de la pression partielle de l’oxygèneRevue Internationale des Hautes Températures et Réfractaires Fr29123-1421994ACLN laboCouturesRevHauteTempFayon, ANR-DM, Florian MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.442706/09/2005 00:00:00 27Al, quadrupolar, hightemp,, NMR, Inorganic, Materials, High-Temperature RMNgbp  24
6191T.Parot-Rajaona, B.Coté, C.Bessada, D.Massiot, F.GervaisAn attempt to reconcile interpretation of atomic vibrations and 29Si NMR data in glassesJournal of Non Crystalline Solids1691-141994ACL laboParot-RajaonaJNCSDeschamps, Fayon, Simon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,ORT,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0022-3093(94)90219-4163.9.10.442726/01/2009 14:23:1815/11/2006 00:00:0029Si, glass,, NMR, Inorganic, non-crystalline, Silicate RMNgbp glass v2009  32224
618 C.Bessada, D.Massiot, J.Coutures, A.Douy, J.P.Coutures, F.Taulelle29Si MAS NMR in lead silicatesJournal of Non Crystalline Solids16876-851994ACL laboBessadaJNCSExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0022-3093(94)90122-8163.9.10.44302/09/2008 09:14:0215/11/2006 00:00:0029Si, crystalline, silicate RMNgbp  2588
1378 T.Parot-Rajaona, J.Coutures, B.Cote, Y.Vaills, D.Massiot, J.P.Coutures, F.GervaisVibrational and NMR study of aluminosilicate glassesRevista StazioneSperimentale del Vetro23181-1861993ACLN laboParot-RajaonaRevStaSpeVelFayon, Simon, ANR-DM MAT2C,ORT,RMN  4223/10/2008 18:39:4731/08/2005 00:00:00NMR, IR, Brillouin, non-crystalline glass v2009  6620
943 B.T.Poe, P.F.McMillan, B.Coté, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesMagnesium And Calcium Liquids: In situ High-Temperature 27Al NMR SpectroscopyScience259786-7881993ACL laboPoeScienceExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1126/science.259.5096.786 2720/04/2010 18:25:2131/08/2006 00:00:00RMNgbp 27Al  24
36780D.Müller, J.P.Coutures, F.Taulelle, D.MassiotNuclear resonance spectrometer and method for measuring nuclear resonanceBrevet  1992BrevetN°.: WO 091 18300, March 6th 1992laboMüllerBrevetExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.1802704/05/2012 13:24:1217/03/2010 14:13:15Brevet Bruker PCT Int. Appl.; (911128) P 26 pp.; In Ger; Coden: PIXXD; Pat. N°.: WO 091 18300, March 6th 1992.24
1135 T.Parot-Rajaona, Y.Vaills, D.Massiot, F.GervaisAnalysis of lithium aluminosilicate glasses by raman scaterring, infrared reflectivity and 29Si MAS-NMR spectroscopyBoletin de la Sociedad Espanola de Ceramica y Vidrio31C3 383-3881992ACLN laboParot-RajaonaBolSocEspCeramVidrioExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  2713/12/2006 00:00:00 NMR, IR glass v2009  24
1134 B.Coté, D.Massiot, P.F.McMillan, B.T.Poe, J.P.Coutures27Al NMR Spectroscopy of CaO-Al2O3-SiO2 melts and glassesBoletin de la Sociedad Espanola de Ceramica y Vidrio31C3 365-3691992ACLN laboCotéBolSocEspCeramVidrioExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  2702/12/2005 00:00:00 NMR glass v2009  24
1133 B.Coté, D.Massiot, F.Taulelle, J.P.CouturesAluminum-27 NMR spectroscopy of aluminosilicate melts and glassesThe physics of non-crystalline Solids, by L.D. Pye et al., ed. Taylor and Francis 752-7561992LivreThe physics of non-crystalline Solids", by L.D. Pye et al., ed. Taylor and FrancislaboCotéPhysicsNonCrystallineSolidsExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  2727/08/2010 15:10:4927/05/2005 00:00:00NMR glass v2009  24
1132 B.Coté, D.Massiot, B.T.Poe, P.F.McMillan, F.Taulelle, J.P.CouturesLiquid and Glasses structural differences in the CaO-Al2O3 system, as evidenced by 27Al NMR spectroscopyJournal de Physique IV - Proceedings2223-2261992ACLN laboCotéJPhysIVExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  2720/04/2010 13:08:2127/05/2005 00:00:00NMR glass v2009  24
1131 T.Parot-Rajaona, B.Coté, Y.Vaills, D.Massiot, F.GervaisDegree of coherence of vibration in silicate glassesJournal de Physique IV - Proceedings2C2-227-2301992ACLN laboParot-RajaonaJPhysIVFayon, Simon, ANR-DM MAT2C,ORT,RMN  2723/10/2008 18:31:0213/12/2006 00:00:00NMR, IR glass v2009  6620
1130 F.Taulelle, D.Massiot, C.Bessada, P.Echegut, J.P.CouturesLa RMN à haute et très haute températureSpectra 200016645-511992OV laboTaulelleSpectra2000Extérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, De Sousa Meneses, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,ORT,RMN  2715/11/2006 00:00:00 NMR   29024
11291F.Taulelle, C.Bessada, D.MassiotQuantitative analysis in MAS NMR of quadrupolar nuclei.Journal de Chimie Physique et de Physico-Chimie Biologique89379-3851992ACLN laboTaulelleJChimPhysBioExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMN  2715/11/2006 00:00:00 NMR   2588
941 C.Landron, B.Cote, D.Massiot, J.P.Coutures, A.M.FlankAluminum XAS and NMR spectroscopic studies of calcium aluminosilicate glassesPhysica Status Solidi B1719-201992ACL laboLandronPhyStatSolidiBExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/pssb.2221710102 2705/07/2012 11:11:5727/05/2005 00:00:00NMR, XRay, HighTemperature, 27Al RMNgbp glass v2009  24
940 B.Coté, D.Massiot, F.Taulelle, J.P.CouturesAluminum-27 spectroscopy of aluminosilicate melts and glassesChemical Geology96367-3701992ACL laboCotéChemGeolExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0009-2541(92)90065-D 2731/03/2005 00:00:00 NMR, HighTemperature, 27Al RMNgbp glass v2009  24
3662B.T.Poe, P.F.McMillan, B.Coté, D.Massiot, J.P.CouturesSiO2-Al2O3 liquids : in situ study by high temperature 27Al NMR spectroscopy and molecular dynamics simulationJournal of Physical Chemistry968220-82241992ACL laboPoeJPhysChemExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1021/j100200a005163.9.10.442721/09/2006 00:00:00 27Al, hightemp,, NMR, Inorganic, non-crystalline, High-Temperature RMNgbp  24
939 B.Barrere, J.Borredon, J.L.Correze, D.Massiot, P.Meric, M.Peres, E.Quiniou, P.Rouchez, J.SeylazEtude comparative de différentes méthodes de traitement quantitatif des spectres in vivo de résonance magnétique nucléaire du 31P, 19F et 1H du cerveauInnovation et Technologie en Biologie et Médecine12 1991OV laboBarrereInovTechBioMedExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  2706/09/2005 00:00:00 NMR RMNgbp  24
5861L.B.Alemany, D.Massiot, B.L.Sheriff, M.E.Smith, F.TaulelleObservation and accurate quantification of 27Al MAS NMR spectra of some Al2SiO5 polymorphs containing sites with large quadrupole interactions.Chemical Physics Letters177301-3061991ACL laboAlemanyCPLExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0009-2614(91)85035-U163.9.10.4427  27Al, quadrupolar, dmfit RMNgbp  24
1566 D.Massiot, F.Taulelle, J.P.CouturesStructural diagnostic of High Temperature Phases by 27Al NMR.Journal de Physique51C5425-C54311990ACLN laboMassiotJPhysiqueExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  2720/04/2010 18:22:2420/02/2006 00:00:00NMR, HighTemperature, 27Al, High Temperature  24
1424 M.C.Badets, C.Bessada, P.Simon, D.Billard, A.Douy, D.Massiot, J.C.Rifflet, F.Taulelle, J.P.Couturesmaterial processing and characterization of Y3Al5O12 and CaAl2O4 glasses obtained under contacless conditionsVIIth European Symposium on Materials and Fluids Sciences on MicrogravityESA SP-295 1990ACLN laboBadetsOxford (UK)Millot, Deschamps, Fayon, Simon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,CERAM,ORT,MAT2C,RMN  307/01/2016 18:54:0711/01/2007 00:00:00HighTemperature glass v2009  32626
1137 J.P.Coutures, D.Massiot, J.C.Rifflet, F.TaulelleNMR Spectroscopy at Very High TemperaturesBruker Report29-121990OV laboCouturesBrukerReportExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  2727/05/2005 00:00:00 NMR   24
1136 M.E.Smith, F.Taulelle, D.MassiotGetting more out of MAS NMR studies of quadrupolar nuclei : Part2Bruker Report216-191990OV laboSmithBrukerReportExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  2701/10/2015 18:50:1227/05/2005 00:00:00NMR  24
93810J.P.Coutures, D.Massiot, C.Bessada, P.Echegut, J.C.Rifflet, F.TaulelleAn aluminum-27 NMR study of liquid aluminates in the 1600-2000.degree.C temperature rangeComptes Rendus Académie des Sciences - Serie II3101041-10451990ACL laboCouturesCRAS_IIExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, De Sousa Meneses, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,ORT,MAT2C,RMN  2720/04/2010 13:09:4615/11/2006 00:00:00NMR, HighTemperature, 27Al RMNgbp  29024
937 D.Massiot, C.Bessada, P.Echegut, J.P.Coutures, F.TaulelleHigh temperature NMR study of lithium sodium sulfateSolid State Ionics37223-2291990ACL laboMassiotSolStIonicsExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, De Sousa Meneses, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,ORT,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0167-2738(90)90248-P 2726/01/2013 14:35:0415/11/2006 00:00:00NMR, 7Li,, HighTemperature RMNgbp  29024
7558D.Massiot, C.Bessada, J.P.Coutures, F.TaulelleA quantitative study of aluminum-27 MAS NMR in crystalline YAGJournal of Magnetic Resonance90231-2421990ACL laboMassiotJMRExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0022-2364(90)90130-2163.9.10.442723/12/2008 10:03:2815/11/2006 00:00:00crystalline, 27Al, quadrupolar, dmfit,, NMR RMNgbp  2588
7346D.Massiot, A.Kahn-Harari, D.Michel, D.Muller, F.TaulelleAluminum-27 MAS NMR of aluminum germanium oxide (Al2Ge2O7) and lanthanum aluminum germanium oxide (LaAlGe2O7): two pentacoordinated aluminum environmentsMagnetic Resonance in Chemistry28S82-S881990ACL laboMassiotMRCExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1002/mrc.1260281314163.9.10.442705/12/2005 00:00:00 crystalline, 27Al, aluminate, quadrupolar RMNgbp  24
936 G.Remond, P.Coutures, C.Gilles, D.MassiotAnalytical description of x-ray peaks: application to L x-ray spectra processing of lanthanide elements by means of the electron probe micro-analyzerScanning Microscopy31059-10861989ACL laboRemondScanMicroExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  27   RMNgbp  24
935 F.Taulelle, J.P.Coutures, D.Massiot, J.P.RiffletHigh and very high temperature NMRBulletin of Magnetic Resonance11318-3201989ACL laboTaulelleBullMagnExtérieur, Fayon, Gbp, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  2705/12/2005 00:00:00 NMR, HighTemperature RMNgbp  24
36770C.Brévard, J.P.Coutures, D.Massiot, J.C.Rifflet, F.TaulelleSonde pour mesures spectrométriques de résonances magnétiques aux très hautes températuresBrevet  1988BrevetFR N° 8802741 BRUKER 1988laboBrévardBrevetExtérieur, Fayon MAT2C,RMN 163.9.10.1802717/03/2010 14:18:0817/03/2010 14:12:02Brevet étendu à Europe, Etats Unis, Canada et Japon.24
19940D.Massiot, F.Taulelle, C.Bessada, J.C.Rifflet, J.P.CouturesStructural approach to silicate-glasses and liquids using MAS NMR and high-temperature NMRMémoires et Etudes Scientifiques de la Revue de Métallurgie85532-5321988ACLN laboMassiotMémEtSciRevMétallurgieExtérieur, Deschamps, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,MAT2C,RMN  2720/04/2010 18:21:1015/11/2006 00:00:00glass v2009  2588
9343F.Gervais, A.Blin, D.Massiot, J.P.Coutures, M.H.Chopinet, F.NaudinInfrared reflectivity spectroscopy of silicate glassesJournal of Non Crystalline Solids89384-4011987ACL laboGervaisJNCSExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0022-3093(87)80280-6 2702/12/2005 00:00:00 IR, non-crystalline RMNgbp glass v2009  24
933 J.P.Coutures, R.Erre, D.Massiot, C.Landron, D.Billard, G.PeraudeauArgon(1+) ion beam effects on MxOy-alumina-silica glassesRadiation Effects and Defects in Solids9883-911986ACL laboCouturesRadEffDefSolidsExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00337578608206100 2726/07/2011 13:55:4829/03/2005 00:00:00RMNgbp glass v2009  24
932 C.Landron, D.Massiot, J.P.Coutures, R.ErreCharacterization of glasses by electron bombardmentRadiation Effects and Defects in Solids98109-1131986ACL laboLandronRadEffDefSolidsExtérieur, Fayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN  2729/03/2005 00:00:00  RMNgbp glass v2009  24
8581D.MassiotShape comparison of physical spectra: Application to Mössbauer spectra of silicate glassesJournal of Non Crystalline Solids69371-3801985ACL labomassiotJNCSFayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMNhttp://dx.doi.org/10.1016/0022-3093(85)90038-9163.9.10.442715/11/2006 00:00:00 Aucun RMNgbp glass v2009  24
23030D.MassiotPreliminary results of an experimental study of Eu and Tb partitioning in alkali-basalt seriesProgress in Experimental Petrology5141-1431981ACL laboMassiotProgExpPetrolFayon, ANR-DM MAT2C,RMN 83.154.87.2042716/02/2009 17:08:4224/10/2007 23:15:51   24