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Acid and alkali generation mechanism in single crystals of NaCl, NaLiF, NaBr, KBr and KNbO(3) by UV/vis and ESR spectroscopy.
Solid solutions of the halides NaCl, NaLiF, NaBr and KBr with bromides KBr and KNbO(3) were synthesized in evacuated quartz crucibles at elevated temperatures. During annealing the compounds formed either crystallites or polycrystalline compounds. The cause for the formation of such materials and the emergence of a weak ESR signal of Cu(II) in the following compounds was investigated. Polycrystalline phases of NaCl and KNbO(3) showed the same acid- and base-generated species such as DIO(2) (-), DIO(3) (-) and nDIO(2) (-) (n = 4-8). Crystals of NaBr formed large halides such as DIO(2) (-) and DIO(3) (-). These ions were transformed to NaF and NaOH during acid and base reactions, respectively. NaF was found to be present as anions of NaF(2)(-) and Na(2)F in the crystalline material. ESR spectra of the white crystallites of NaF only showed the Cu(II)-ion signal if NaOH was not added to the material. The ESR spectrum of the investigated polycrystalline phase showed neither the Cu(II) nor the Cu(I) signals, where the latter was detected in KBr and KNbO(3). This result shows that Cu(I) is present in the form of Cu(I)(2).(+)-Na(+)-F(-) or Cu(I)(2).(+)-F(-).(-). Compounds of NaCl and KNbO(3) contain a significant amount of Cu(