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ISSN: 2053-2296

September 2008 issue

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Cover illustration: A magnified view of the one-dimensional chain of hydrogen bonds of 1-naphthyl­ammonium iodide. Only the C atoms to which the N atoms are attached are shown. The schematic shows the four different hydrogen-bonded rings forming a distorted cube. See Lemmerer, Billing & Robinson [Acta Cryst. (2008), C64, o481-o484].

inorganic compounds

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The crystal structure of hydro­thermally grown CaTe2O5 is made up of undulating 2[Te2O5]2− layers propagating parallel to (100) with the TeIV atoms in fourfold coordination. Adjacent layers are linked by distorted [CaO7] polyhedra along [100].

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The title compounds belong to the apatite family. Suitable single crystals were prepared under hydro­thermal conditions. All three structures consist of isolated slightly distorted AsO4 tetra­hedra which are bridged by Sr2+ in Sr5(AsO4)3F, by Sr2+/Ba2+ in (Sr1.66Ba0.34)­(Ba2.61Sr0.39)­(AsO4)3Cl and by Cd2+ in Cd5(AsO4)3Cl0.58(OH)0.42.

metal-organic compounds

organic compounds

Special and virtual issues

Acta Crystallographica Section C is planning special issues on

The Structural Chemistry of Homogeneous and Heterogeneous Catalysts

NMR Crystallography.

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The latest virtual issue, featuring Coordination polymers and with an introduction by Len Barbour, was published in July 2014.

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