By Professor Dr. Werner Massa (auth.)

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ISBN-13: 9783642058417

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To resolve a crystal constitution capacity to figure out the correct spatial preparations of all the atoms in a chemical compound within the crystalline kingdom. this information provides a chemist entry to a wide range of data, together with connectivity, conformation, and actual bond lengths and angles. moreover, it implies the stoichiometry, the density, the symmetry and the 3 dimensional packing of the atoms within the reliable. considering the fact that interatomic distances are within the quarter of100-300 pm or 1-3 A, 1 microscopy utilizing obvious mild (wavelength Ä ca. 300-700 nm) isn't acceptable (Fig. l. l). In 1912, Max von Laue confirmed that crystals are in response to a 3 dimensionallattice which scatters radiation with a wavelength within the neighborhood of interatomic distances, i. e. X -rays with Ä = 50-300 pm. the method bywhich this radiation, with no altering its wave size, is switched over via interference by way of the lattice to an unlimited variety of observable "reflections" with attribute instructions in house is named X-ray diffraction. the tactic in which the instructions and the intensities of those reflections are measured, and the ordering of the atoms within the crystal deduced from them, is termed X-ray struc ture research. the next bankruptcy bargains with the lattice houses of crystals, the start line for the reason of those interference phenomena. Interatomic distances Crystals . . . . . . . . . .

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2 Symmetry Directions The orientation of a structure in space is fixed by the choice of the basis vectors a, band c. In contrast to the situation with the elements of molecular symmetry, it is necessary to specify how the symmetry elements of a crystal are orientated with respect to the axes of the unit cell. In order to do this as simply as possible, unit ceIl axes are always chosen (cf. chapter 2) so that the symmetry elements always lie either along an edge or along a diagonal of the cell. For this purpose, it is necessary to define for the seven crystal systems a set of up to three positions in the point group symbol along which the various symmetry elements are orientated.

4, and renamed the "Debye- Waller factar" B, whieh is signifieant in other fields of physies. f I = s i n tJ } f . In reality, it is normal that the amplitudes of vibrations are dependent on the direetion in spaee. For example, the O-atom in a earbonyl group will vibrate mueh less strongly along the C=Ü bond than normal to it. The deseription of sueh a direetion dependent quantity requires the use of a tensor, i. e. a quantity whieh is defined in magnitude and orientation with respeet to three mutually perpendieular veetors.

G. when two molecules oeeupy two inversion centers in the spaee group P2de. In inorganie solid -state materials, e. g. co ordination eompounds forming 3-dimensional networks, such as the perovskites ABX 3, the asymmetrie unit may be such a formula unit, a fraetion of it or an integral multiple of it. Sinee the asymmetrie unit is reprodueed by the symmetry elements, the unit eell must invariably contain an integral multiple of the asymmetrie unit. Number offormula units per unit eell, Z: It is useful at the beginning of a strueture determination, to know Z, the number of formula units in the eell, sinee when the spaee group is known, it is then possible to ealculate how big the asymmetrie unit is, i.

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