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1Author    G. Spinolo, U. Anselmi-Tamburini, M. Arimondi, P. Ghigna, G. FlorRequires cookie*
 Abstract    O x y g e n N o n -S to ic h io m e try , C a tio n M o le c u la r ity a n d X -r a y D if f r a c tio n D e te rm in a tio n s "BaCu02" is the key intermediate in the synthesis of the Ba2YCu30 7_5 superconductor. Its very complex crystal structure is able to accommodate a large change in oxygen content. Oxygen non-stoichiometry of "BaCu02" materials with 1:1 and 88:90 (Ba:Cu) molecularity has been investigated by polythermal X-ray powder diffraction coupled with isobaric-isothermal gravimetry determinations under different temperature and oxygen partial pressure conditions [300 < T< 820 °C, 1 > P (02) > 3 • 10 ~3 atm]. The 1:1 composition does not give well reproducible results, thus suggesting its polyphasic nature, at least in part of the investigated range. The results for the 88:90 = 0.98 (Ba:Cu) composi­ tion are well reproducible and show that the material is single phase. Ba0 ggCuOj 98 + 6 is oxygen over-stoichiometric in the whole investigated [T, i>(02)] range, with a maximum value S~0.21. A Rietveld X-ray profile fitting is in agreement with previous single-crystal data. The trend of < 5 vs. jP(02) is consistent with the presence of oxygen interstitial defects on (possibly different) crystallo­ graphic sites. 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 50a, 1050—1058 (1995); received October 12 1995 
  Published    1995 
  Keywords    BaCuO, Superconductors, Oxygen non-stoichiometry 
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 Identifier    ZNA-1995-50a-1050 
 Volume    50