Paul Hagenmuller

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Chemistry Université de Bordeaux, Talence, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France 
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Fluorides, solid state materials
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Pouchard M, Cros C, Hagenmuller P, et al. (2002) A brief overview on low sodium content silicides: Are they mainly clathrates, fullerenes, intercalation compounds or Zintl phases? Solid State Sciences. 4: 723-729
Hagenmuller P, Pouchard M, Ferey G. (2001) Solid State Sciences: Preface Solid State Sciences. 3: 2
Tressaud A, Hagenmuller P. (2001) Graphite intercalation compounds of platinum-metal and gold fluorides Journal of Fluorine Chemistry. 111: 221-225
Doumerc JP, Grenier JC, Hagenmuller P, et al. (1999) Interplay between Local Electronic Configuration and the Occurrence of a Metallic State: An Experimental Approach Journal of Solid State Chemistry. 147: 211-217
Hagenmuller P. (1999) Fifty years of solid state chemistry Comptes Rendus De L'Academie Des Sciences - Series Iic: Chemistry. 2: 537-545
Reau JM, Hagenmuller P. (1999) Fast ionic conductivity of fluorine anions with fluorite -or tysonite-type structures Reviews in Inorganic Chemistry. 19: 45-77
Hagenmuller P. (1998) Intercalation chemistry and chemical bonding Journal of Physics and Chemistry of Solids. 59: 503-506
Ravez J, Pouchard M, Hagenmuller P. (1997) Chemical bonding, a relevant tool for designing new perovskite-type ferroelectric materials Ferroelectrics. 197: 161-173
Bonnet JP, Lu Z, Ravez J, et al. (1996) High frequency relaxations in Pb2K(Nb1-xTax)5O15 ceramics 0 ≦ × ≦ Physica Status Solidi (a) Applied Research. 153: 249-255
Lu Z, Bonnet JP, Ravez J, et al. (1995) Influence of temperature on the low- and high-frequency relaxation in a TTB-type ferroelectric relaxor Pb2K(Nb0.1Ta0.9)5O15 Journal of Materials Science. 30: 5819-5824
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