Exclusive Papers of the Editorial Board Members (EBMs) of Solids

A special issue of Solids (ISSN 2673-6497).

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This Special Issue of Solids is dedicated to recent advances in the research areas of solid state chemistry, condensed matter physics, and materials science, and comprises a selection of exclusive papers by the Editorial Board Members (EBMs) of Solids. The Special Issue will present a collection of both research articles highlighting interesting results of the research groups of our journal’s EBMs and review articles where our journal’s EBMs discuss key topics in the field. 

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Keywords

  • Solid state chemistry (solid state reactions, catalysis, corrosion, oxidation)
  • Technological applications of solid materials (functional and structural materials, metals, ceramics, polymers, energy conversion and storage)
  • Synthesis and characterization of solids (novel spectroscopic techniques, new phases and materials, sustainable methods in materials synthesis)
  • Fundamental phenomena at the solid state (diffusion, ion and electron transport, fracture and deformation, electronic and optical properties, phase transitions, sintering)
  • Solid interfaces and thin films

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Review
Solid State NMR for Nonexperts: An Overview of Simple but General Practical Methods
by Ilya G. Shenderovich and Hans-Heinrich Limbach
Solids 2021, 2(2), 139-154; https://doi.org/10.3390/solids2020009 - 1 Apr 2021
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There are varieties of methods available for the exploration of solids using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. Some of these methods are quite sophisticated, others require specialized equipment. This review is addressed to those for whom NMR is not the main research method. [...] Read more.
There are varieties of methods available for the exploration of solids using nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. Some of these methods are quite sophisticated, others require specialized equipment. This review is addressed to those for whom NMR is not the main research method. It discusses simple methods that can be applied to solids with little or no adaptation to a specific system. Despite their technical simplicity and ease of use, these methods are powerful analytical tools that provide unique insights into the structure, dynamics, and noncovalent interactions in homo- and heterogeneous systems. Particular attention is paid to the characterization of porous materials and solids containing phosphorus. 31P NMR of organometallic compounds has been used as an example of how theoretical calculations can help in deeper analysis of experimental data. Full article
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