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ISSN: 2053-2296

November 2007 issue

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Cover illustration: The mol­ecular structure of the monoclinic form of TBPY-5-34-(butane-1,4-di­yl)(2-{[1-(2-oxidophen­yl)ethyl­idene-[kappa]O]amino-[kappa]N}ethano­lato-[kappa]O)silicon, drawn with 50% probability displacement ellipsoids. See Böhme & Foehn [Acta Cryst. (2007), C63, o613-o616].

inorganic compounds

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In the structures of Ca[IrF6]·2H2O and Sr[IrF6]·2H2O, the cations have distorted square-anti­prismatic coordinations. In Ba[IrF6], the cation has a cubocta­hedral coordination. All three structures can be described as frameworks.

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The title compound is isomorphous with the La and Pr members of the Ln3MoO7 series. However, a splitting of one of the lanthanide sites into two positions is observed in Sm3MoO7.

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The structure of the complex phosphate KIn0.5Nb0.5OPO4 is merohedrally twinned about the [110] twofold axis. A ciscis linkage of [MO6] octa­hedra embodies a new subclass of 4/m symmetry structures.

metal-organic compounds

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This new hydrate of barium acetate presents six independent barium centres, 12 independent acetate ligands and three complete and one disordered aqua molecule to generate a tight three-dimensional structure in which extensive hydrogen bonding is present.

organic compounds

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