By P. Villars, K. Cenzual, J. Daams (auth.), P. Villars, K. Cenzual (eds.)
In the Seventies Landolt-Börnstein released a sequence of volumes containing crystallographic facts for natural (III/5 constitution facts of natural Crystals), intermetallic (III/6 constitution info of components and Intermetallic levels) and inorganic compounds (III/7 Crystal constitution information of Inorganic Compounds). throughout the 30 years that experience handed, the experimental tools resulting in an entire constitution choice have significantly enhanced and the big variety of crystal constructions recognized at the present time justifies the ebook of a brand new compilation. the current quantity will hide either intermetallic and classical inorganic compounds, a transparent restrict having been drawn via apart from compounds that comprise C-H bonds. while the sooner variation indexed area group/crystal method and cellphone parameters for various sessions of compounds, we have now right here selected a unique procedure by way of grouping recognized crystal constructions into constitution kinds. The constitution sort proposal is frequent between inorganic compounds, the place the variety of isotypic compounds can achieve numerous enormous quantities. the 1st subvolumes will comprise entire crystallographic information units, together with atom coordinates, that signify distinctive constitution varieties, while the final subvolumes will record phone parameters of isotypic compounds. The crystallographic information are observed via comments and crystallographic positive factors universal to isotypic compounds, corresponding to the atomic environments, a short description of the most structural gains, and drawings of chosen constitution types.
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T. (1967), Acta Crystallogr. 22, 808–812. 1007/978-3-540-69949-1_6 ß Springer 2009 Landolt‐Bo¨rnstein New Series III/43A7 ZnS 7 ZnS Structure Types ZnS (160) R3m – a32 hR96 ZnS 48R4  Structural features: Close-packed S layers in hc6hc3hchc2 stacking; Zn in tetrahedral voids (same stacking position as the preceding S layer). ZnS4 tetrahedra share vertices to form a 3D-framework. Mardix S. et al. 8986 nm3, Z = 48 site Wyck. sym. 625 tetrahedron S4 Landolt‐Bo¨rnstein New Series III/43A7 z occ. 1007/978-3-540-69949-1_7 ß Springer 2009 1 2 7 ZnS site Wyck.
1007/978-3-540-69949-1_14 ß Springer 2009 Landolt‐Bo¨rnstein New Series III/43A7 CdI2 14 Palosz B. 5117 nm3, Z = 33 site Wyck. sym. 87879 non-coplanar triangle Cd3 Landolt‐Bo¨rnstein New Series III/43A7 z occ. 1007/978-3-540-69949-1_14 ß Springer 2009 3 4 14 site CdI2 Wyck. sym. x y z occ. 51515 Experimental: single crystal, oscillation photographs, X-rays Remarks: Zhdanov notation (2 1 1 1 2 1 (2 2)3 1 1)3. We derived cell parameters and idealized atom coordinates from the stacking sequence. Reference  Palosz B.
64583 tetrahedron Zn4 site Wyck. sym. S1 3a Zn2 Landolt‐Bo¨rnstein New Series III/43A7 z occ. 95313 tetrahedron S4 site Wyck. sym. Zn24 3a S25 3a Zn26 occ. 83333 Experimental: single crystal, oscillation photographs, X-rays Remarks: Zhdanov notation (9 7)3. We derived cell parameters and idealized atom coordinates from the stacking sequence. T. (1967), Acta Crystallogr. 22, 808–812. 1007/978-3-540-69949-1_4 ß Springer 2009 Landolt‐Bo¨rnstein New Series III/43A7 ZnS 5 ZnS Structure Types ZnS (160) R3m – a32 hR96 ZnS 48R2  Structural features: Close-packed S layers in hc11hc3 stacking; Zn in tetrahedral voids (same stacking position as the preceding S layer).
Crystal Structures of Inorganic Compounds by P. Villars, K. Cenzual, J. Daams (auth.), P. Villars, K. Cenzual (eds.)