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ISSN: 2053-2296

April 2002 issue

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Cover illustration: The molecular structure of (BETS)2[Fe(tdas)2]2, showing the dimerization of each entity. Displacement ellipsoids are drawn at the 50% probability level and H atoms have been omitted for clarity. See Pilia, Faulmann, Malfant, Collière, Mercuri, Deplano & Cassoux [Acta Cryst. (2002), C58, m240-m242].

inorganic compounds

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K4Sn9 contains isolated nido-[Sn9]4− clusters of approximate C4v symmetry.

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Hg3Se3O10 was obtained after hydro­thermal treatment of microcrystalline HgSeO4. The structure consists of three crystallographically independent Hg atoms, two selenite(IV) anions and one selenate(VI) anion.

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Ba14Cu2In4N7 crystallizes in the monoclinic space group P2/m with Z = 2, and contains 0[CuN2] nitrido­cuprate units and distorted 0[In4] clusters. One Ba atom, not connected to any N atoms, is surrounded by 12 other Ba atoms in a barium cuboctahedron.

metal-organic compounds

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A new variety of caesium molybdeno­methyl­enedi­phospho­nate is presented. Its monoclinic structure is built up from the stacking of hybrid layers, between which the Cs+ cations are intercalated.

organic compounds

addenda and errata

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