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CC=Collection Code: [AB2X4]=ANX Form: [cF56]=Pearson: [e d a]=Wyckoff Symbol: [Al2MgO4]=Structure Type:
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TitleNew lamellar oxophosphorus derivatives of nickel(II): X-ray powder diffraction structure determinations and magnetic studies of Ni(HPO3).H2O, NiCl(H2PO2).H2O and NixCo1-x(HPO3).H2O solid solutions.
AuthorsMarcos, M.D.;Amoros, P.;Sapina, F.;Beltran-Porter, A.;Martinez-Manez, R.;Attfield, J.-P.
ReferenceInorganic Chemistry (1993) 32, 504-505
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CompoundH4 Cl1 Ni1 O3 P1 - Nickel chloride dihydrogenphosphate(I) hydrate [ABXY3] [oP80] [c6] []
Cell7.2986(2), 13.0616(4), 9.4078(3), 90., 90., 90.
PBCA (61) V=896.86
RemarksR=0.036000 : X
The coordinates are those given in the paper but the atomic distances do not agree with those calculated during testing.The coordinates are probably correct.

Atom (site) Oxid. x, y, z, B, Occupancy
Ni1(8c)2
P1(8c)1
Cl1(8c)-1
O1(8c)-2
O2(8c)-2
O3(8c)-2
H1(8c)1
H2(8c)1
H3(8c)1
H4(8c)1
0.110.500.1401
0.220.150.3801
0.870.390.2601
0.070.090.460.001
0.690.100.450.021.
0.370.090.310.021
0.280.210.470.031
0.130.210.300.031
0.570.090.430.031
0.690.080.550.031
Atom (site) Oxid. U11, U22, U33, U12, U13, U23
Ni1(8c)2
P1(8c)1
Cl1(8c)-1
O1(8c)-2
O2(8c)-2
O3(8c)-2
H1(8c)1
H2(8c)1
H3(8c)1
H4(8c)1
0.000.020.02-.00-.00-.00
0.030.010.020.01-.00-.01
0.010.000.010.00-.00-.00
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