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The crystal structures of potassium and cesium trivanadates

Inorganic Chemistry
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Abstract

Potassium and cesium trivanadates are monoclinic and isomorphous, space group P21/m, with the following dimensions (Z = 2): KV3O8, a = 7.640 A, b = 8.380 A, c = 4.979 A, ??= 96?? 57???; CsV3O8, a = 8.176 A, b = 8.519 A, c = 4.988 A, ?? = 95?? 32???. The crystal structure of KV3O8 has been determined from hk0, 0kl, and h0l Weissenberg data with an R factor of 0.15. The structure of CsV3O8 has been refined with 1273 hkl Weissenberg data to an R factor of 0.089. The structures consist of corrugated sheets based on a linkage of distorted VO6, octahedra. Two of the vanadium atoms lie in double, square-pyramid groups V2O8, which are linked through opposite basal corners into chains along the b axis. The chains are joined laterally along the c axis into sheets by the third vanadium atom in VO groups, also forming part of a square-pyramid coordination. Various aspects of these structures are compared with other known oxovanadate structures.

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Publication type Article
Publication Subtype Journal Article
Title The crystal structures of potassium and cesium trivanadates
Series title Inorganic Chemistry
Volume 5
Issue 10
Year Published 1966
Language English
Larger Work Type Article
Larger Work Subtype Journal Article
Larger Work Title Inorganic Chemistry
First page 1808
Last page 1814