Types of cationic complexes based on oxo-centered tetrahedra [OM4] in crystal structures of inorganic compounds

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Crystal structures of inorganic compounds containing cationic complexes with oxygen atoms inside a tetrahedron of metal atoms, or oxygen-centered groups [OM4], are reviewed. Types of a linkage of [OM4] tetrahedra into the structures were analysed, and a number of the differently built cationic complexes were identified. Rules for a linkage of [OM4] tetrahedra were formulated, and a detailed systematics of the cationic complexes in inorganic crystals was derived on their ground. A formation and a linkage of oxocentered tetrahedra in most of the crystal structures were considered for a first time. Statistics of bond distances and bond angles in [OM4] tetrahedra was discussed.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)171-174
Number of pages4
JournalUspekhi Khimii
Volume67
Issue number2
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 1998

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Inorganic compounds
Crystal structure
Oxygen
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Statistics
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