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Sodium penta-potassium penta-nickel tetra-(diphosphate), NaK(5)Ni(5)(P(2)O(7))(4).

Moutataouia M, Lamire M, Saadi M, El Ammari L - Acta Crystallogr Sect E Struct Rep Online (2012)

Bottom Line: Adjacent chains are connected through apices to P(2)O(7) groups and to another [NiO(6)] or to a [KO(6)] octa-hedron.The resulting three-dimensional framework presents inter-secting tunnels running along the [010] and [001] directions in which the seven- and nine-coordinated potassium cations are located.The crystal structure of this new phosphate represents a new structural type.

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ABSTRACT
The structure of the title compound, NaK(5)Ni(5)(P(2)O(7))(4), is characterized by the presence of two crystallographically independent P(2)O(7) groups with different conformations. The conformation of the first P(2)O(7) group is eclipsed, whereas that of the second is staggered. All atoms are in general positions except for two nickel and one potassium ions which lie on symmetry centers. Moreover, the structure exhibits disorder of the cationic sites with one general position fully occupied equally by Na(+) and Ni(2+) cations. This mixed site is surrounded by five O atoms forming a square-based pyramid. The crystal structure consists of edge-sharing [NiO(6)] octa-hedra forming infinite zigzag chains [Ni(3)O(14)] running parallel to [100]. Adjacent chains are connected through apices to P(2)O(7) groups and to another [NiO(6)] or to a [KO(6)] octa-hedron. The resulting three-dimensional framework presents inter-secting tunnels running along the [010] and [001] directions in which the seven- and nine-coordinated potassium cations are located. The crystal structure of this new phosphate represents a new structural type.

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Projection views of the NaK5Ni5(P2O7)4 framework structure showing tunnels running along b and c directions where K2 and K3 atoms are located respectively.
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Sodium penta-potassium penta-nickel tetra-(diphosphate), NaK(5)Ni(5)(P(2)O(7))(4).

Moutataouia M, Lamire M, Saadi M, El Ammari L - Acta Crystallogr Sect E Struct Rep Online (2012)

Projection views of the NaK5Ni5(P2O7)4 framework structure showing tunnels running along b and c directions where K2 and K3 atoms are located respectively.
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Fap2: Projection views of the NaK5Ni5(P2O7)4 framework structure showing tunnels running along b and c directions where K2 and K3 atoms are located respectively.
Bottom Line: Adjacent chains are connected through apices to P(2)O(7) groups and to another [NiO(6)] or to a [KO(6)] octa-hedron.The resulting three-dimensional framework presents inter-secting tunnels running along the [010] and [001] directions in which the seven- and nine-coordinated potassium cations are located.The crystal structure of this new phosphate represents a new structural type.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

ABSTRACT
The structure of the title compound, NaK(5)Ni(5)(P(2)O(7))(4), is characterized by the presence of two crystallographically independent P(2)O(7) groups with different conformations. The conformation of the first P(2)O(7) group is eclipsed, whereas that of the second is staggered. All atoms are in general positions except for two nickel and one potassium ions which lie on symmetry centers. Moreover, the structure exhibits disorder of the cationic sites with one general position fully occupied equally by Na(+) and Ni(2+) cations. This mixed site is surrounded by five O atoms forming a square-based pyramid. The crystal structure consists of edge-sharing [NiO(6)] octa-hedra forming infinite zigzag chains [Ni(3)O(14)] running parallel to [100]. Adjacent chains are connected through apices to P(2)O(7) groups and to another [NiO(6)] or to a [KO(6)] octa-hedron. The resulting three-dimensional framework presents inter-secting tunnels running along the [010] and [001] directions in which the seven- and nine-coordinated potassium cations are located. The crystal structure of this new phosphate represents a new structural type.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus