Acta Crystallographica Section E

Structure Reports Online

Volume 69, Part 10 (October 2013)

inorganic compounds

Acta Cryst. (2013). E69, i65-i66    [ doi:10.1107/S1600536813025233 ]

[beta]-Xenophyllite-type Na4Li0.62Co5.67Al0.71(AsO4)6

R. Marzouki, W. Frigui, A. Guesmi, M. F. Zid and A. Driss

Abstract: The title compound, tetrasodium lithium cobalt aluminium hexa­(orthoarsenate), was synthesized by a solid state reaction route. In the crystal structure, Co2+ ions are partially substituted by Al3+ in an octa­hedral environment [M1 with site symmetry 2/m; occupancy ratio Co:Al = 0.286 (10):0.714 (10)]. The charge compensation is ensured by Li+ cations sharing a tetra­hedral site with Co2+ ions [M2 with site symmetry 2; occupancy ratio Co:Li = 0.690 (5):0.310 (5)]. The anionic unit is formed by two octa­hedra and three tetra­hedra linked only by corners. The CoM1M2As2O19 units associate to an open three-dimensional framework containing tunnels propagating along the a-axis direction. One Na+ cation is located in the periphery of the tunnels while the other two are situated in the centres: all Na+ cations exhibit half-occupancy. The structure of the studied material is compared with those of various related minerals reported in the literature.

CCDC reference: 945585

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