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ISSN: 2053-2296

February 2013 issue

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Cover illustration: The molecular structure of one of the independent molecules of telaprevir, with displacement ellipsoids drawn at the 40% probability level. Minor disorder components have been omitted for clarity. See Gelbrich, Kahlenberg, Langes & Griesser [Acta Cryst. (2013), C69, 179-182].

inorganic compounds

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Cu2ScZr(PO4)3 adopts a NASICON-type structure. Changes in the site-occupancy factors of the nonframework Cu+ cations suggest increased mobility around a circular orbit close to the M1 site at room temperature, but no movement into or out of the M2 site.

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Racemically twinned crystals of the title compound were studied. The CrVIO4 tetra­hedron is disordered on a threefold axis, while two CrVO4 tetra­hedra are ordered. Ca atoms are coordinated by six (on a threefold axis), seven and eight O atoms.

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Single crystals of the new layered title compound, barium di-μ-hydroxido-di-μ-vanadato-tricobaltate(II), were prepared under hydro­thermal conditions. The octa­hedral Co3O6(OH)2 Kagomé layers alternate with barium vanadate heteropolyhedral layers along the c axis.

metal-organic compounds

organic compounds

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