Etude par spectrometrie de vibration infrarouge du processus de decondensation des cycles P 3O 3-9 du tricyclophosphate de cadmium tetradecahydrate solide, Cd 3(P 3O 9) 2,14H 2O
A study of infrared vibration spectrometry brings complementary information to the knowledge of decondensation of solid cadmium cyclotriphosphate tetradecahydrate, Cd 3(P 3O 9) 2 · 14H 2O. This decondensation results from internal hydrolysis due to the action of free water molecules on the P 3O 3-9 cycles. A self-protolysis of constitution water molecules, intimately tied to the solid preparation, and the water vapor and temperature parameters result in a decondensation acceleration. The infrared vibration spectrometry accounts well for the substance evolution.