barium acetate

barium acetate

[′bar·ē·əm ′as·ə‚tāt]
(inorganic chemistry)
Ba(C2H3O2)2·H2O A barium salt made by treating barium sulfide or barium carbonate with acetic acids; it forms colorless, triclinic crystals that decompose upon heating; used as a reagent for sulfates and chromates.
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250 ml aqueous solution of barium acetate monohydrate (5.45 g; 20 mol, purchased from Polish Chemical Reagents, POCH, Gliwice, Poland) was mixed with 250 ml aqueous colloidal solution of titanate nanosheets, TN (2.5 g; R = 0,6).
The materials are barium acetate [Ba[(C[H.sub.3]COO).sub.2], 99%], strontium acetate [Sr[(C[H.sub.3]COO).sub.2], 99%], titanium isopropoxide [Ti([C.sub.12][O.sub.4][H.sub.28]), 99.999%], gallium trioxide [[Ga.sub.2][O.sub.3]], 2methoxyethanol [[H.sub.3]COOC[H.sub.2]C[H.sub.2]OH, 99%], ethanol 96%, TCO glass, distilled water, silver paste, preparate glass, and aluminum foil.
The BST solution was first prepared by synthesize the barium acetate (Ba[(C[H.sub.3]C[O.sub.2]).sub.2]), strontium acetate (Sr[(C[H.sub.3]C[O.sub.2]).sub.2]), and titanium (IV) isopropoxide (Ti[([(C[H.sub.3]).sub.2]CH).sub.4]).