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Acta Cryst. (2014). C70, 306-311  [ doi:10.1107/S205322961400374X ]

The bimolecular structure of aqua­hexa-[mu]-chlorido-[mu]4-oxido-tris(tetra­hydro­furan-[kappa]O)tetra­copper(II)-hexa-[mu]-chlorido-[mu]4-oxido-tetra­kis(tetra­hydro­furan-[kappa]O)tetra­copper(II)-tetra­hydro­furan (2/1/4)

K. A. Wheeler, T. R. Helgren and T. W. Clayton

Synopsis: A bimolecular copper(II) structure contains nine symmetry-independent mol­ecules expressed in simplest mol­ecular form as 6[Cu4Cl6O(C4H8O)3(H2O)·2(C4H8O)]:3Cu4Cl6O(C4H8O)4. The compound exhibits a supercell (smaller than the unit cell based on weak reflections) structure due to pseudotranslational symmetry.

Formula: [Cu4Cl6O(C4H8O)4][Cu4Cl6O(C4H8O)3(H2O)]2·4C4H8O


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