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Ion Exchange Reactions of Potassium Titanyl Phosphate, R.H. Jarman, Solid State Ionics, 32/33, 45 (1988).
In order to modify the optical properties of potassium titanyl phosphate (KTiOPO4), an important component in nonlinear optical systems, it is desirable to substitute the potassium ions which occupy sites in channels with windows defined by six oxygen atoms. In the course of ion-exchange reactions using molten salts containing sodium, lithium and hydrogen ions, a number of reactions were observed which led to compounds other than those expected from mere ion-exchange. The nature of these reactions is discussed in terms of the heats of formation of the compounds involved.
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