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Octa-deca-bromidobis(dicarbido)deca-dysprosium, [Dy(10)Br(18)(C(2))(2)].

Daub K, Meyer G - Acta Crystallogr Sect E Struct Rep Online (2007)

Bottom Line: In the crystal structure, the Dy atoms form dimers of edge-sharing octa-hedra, each encapsulating a C(2) unit.The metal atoms are surrounded by Br atoms above the cluster edges and vertices, respectively.The dimers are connected to each other by Br atoms, leading to a three-dimensional network. [Dy(10)Br(18)(C(2))(2)] is isotypic with its iodido analogue [Dy(10)I(18)(C(2))(2)].

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Affiliation: Institut für Anorganische Chemie, Universität zu Köln, Greinstrasse 6, D-50939 Köln, Germany.

ABSTRACT
Single crystals of [Dy(10)Br(18)(C(2))(2)] were obtained during the reaction of DyBr(3) with dysprosium metal and graphite in a sealed tantalum container. In the crystal structure, the Dy atoms form dimers of edge-sharing octa-hedra, each encapsulating a C(2) unit. The metal atoms are surrounded by Br atoms above the cluster edges and vertices, respectively. The dimers are connected to each other by Br atoms, leading to a three-dimensional network. [Dy(10)Br(18)(C(2))(2)] is isotypic with its iodido analogue [Dy(10)I(18)(C(2))(2)].

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: View of the crystal structure of [{Dy10(C2)2}Br18] emphasizing the connection between the dimers via bromine atoms.
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Fap2: : View of the crystal structure of [{Dy10(C2)2}Br18] emphasizing the connection between the dimers via bromine atoms.


Octa-deca-bromidobis(dicarbido)deca-dysprosium, [Dy(10)Br(18)(C(2))(2)].

Daub K, Meyer G - Acta Crystallogr Sect E Struct Rep Online (2007)

: View of the crystal structure of [{Dy10(C2)2}Br18] emphasizing the connection between the dimers via bromine atoms.
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Fap2: : View of the crystal structure of [{Dy10(C2)2}Br18] emphasizing the connection between the dimers via bromine atoms.
Bottom Line: In the crystal structure, the Dy atoms form dimers of edge-sharing octa-hedra, each encapsulating a C(2) unit.The metal atoms are surrounded by Br atoms above the cluster edges and vertices, respectively.The dimers are connected to each other by Br atoms, leading to a three-dimensional network. [Dy(10)Br(18)(C(2))(2)] is isotypic with its iodido analogue [Dy(10)I(18)(C(2))(2)].

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Affiliation: Institut für Anorganische Chemie, Universität zu Köln, Greinstrasse 6, D-50939 Köln, Germany.

ABSTRACT
Single crystals of [Dy(10)Br(18)(C(2))(2)] were obtained during the reaction of DyBr(3) with dysprosium metal and graphite in a sealed tantalum container. In the crystal structure, the Dy atoms form dimers of edge-sharing octa-hedra, each encapsulating a C(2) unit. The metal atoms are surrounded by Br atoms above the cluster edges and vertices, respectively. The dimers are connected to each other by Br atoms, leading to a three-dimensional network. [Dy(10)Br(18)(C(2))(2)] is isotypic with its iodido analogue [Dy(10)I(18)(C(2))(2)].

No MeSH data available.