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1Author    E. Kemnitz3, C. Werner3, A. Stiewe3, H. Worzalab, S. Trojanov3Requires cookie*
 Title    Synthese und Struktur von Zn(HS0 4)2(H2S0 4)2 und Cd(H S04)2 Synthesis and Structure of Z n(H S04)2(H2S 0 4)2 and C d(H S 04)2  
 Abstract    From the binary systems M2S 0 4/H2S 0 4 (M = Zn, Cd), two new hydrogen sulfates, (Zn(HS0 4)2(H2S04)2 and Cd(HS04)2, have been synthesized and structurally characteri­ zed. Both compounds crystallize in the monoclinic space group P2,/c with cell parameters a = 5.047(2), b = 15.430(4), c = 7.958(3) A and ß = 104.16(4)° (Z= 2) for Zn(HS04)2(H2S 0 4)2 and a = 5.339(1), b = 13.351(3), c = 8.508(2) A and ß = 92.22(3)° (Z = 4) for Cd(H S04)2. In the zinc compound there are slightly distorted centrosymmetric Z n 06 octahedra with Z n -0 distances of 2.05 -2.13 A which are sharing corners with S 0 4 tetrahedra. H S 04 and H2S 0 4 tetrahedra are linked via hydrogen bonds to form layers perpendicular to the c-axis. In the crystal structure of C d(HS04)2there exist two crystallographically different H S 04 tetrahedra. The C d06 octahedra with C d -0 distances between 2.24 and 2.31 A are strongly angle-distorted. Besides hydrogen bonds of medium strength (d0...o = 2.66 A) there are also much more weaker ones (d0...0 = 3.04 A). Considering these latter ones zigzag chains in z-direction can be recognized. The relatively low stability of Cd(H S04)2 in comparison with other metal-II-hydrogen sulfates is discussed with respect to its structural pecularities. 
  Reference    (Z. Naturforsch. 51b, 14—18 [1996]; eingegangen am 13. Juni 1995) 
  Published    1996 
  Keywords    Synthesis, Crystal Structure Zinc, Cadmium, Hydrogen Sulfate 
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 Volume    51 
2Author    S. Trojanov, A. Stiewe, E. KemnitzRequires cookie*
 Title    Synthese und Struktur saurer Ubergangsmetallsulfate - Ti(H50 2)(S 0 4)2(H20 ) 2 und Zr(H30 ) 2(S 0 4)3 Synthesis and Structure of Acid Transition Metal Sulfates - Ti(H50 2)(S 0 4)2(H20 )2 and Zr(H30 ) 2(S 0 4)3  
 Abstract    From the ternary system Mn(S 0 4)n/2 / S 0 3 / H20 (Mn+ = Zr4+, Ti3+) two new acid metal sulfates, Ti(H50 2)(S 0 4)2(H20)2 and Zr(H30) 2(S 0 4)3, have been synthesized and structurally characterized. Ti(H50 2)(S 0 4)2(H->0)i crystallizes in the orthorhombic space group Pnma with cell parameters a = 9.858(5), b = 18.32(2), c = 5.437(7)Ä (Z = 4); Zr(H30) 2(S 0 4)3 crystallizes in the triclinic space group PI with cell parameters a = 5.092(2), b = 8.533(3), c = 12.388(6)A, a = 92.95(3)°, ß = 90.89(3)°, 7 = 94.35(3)° (Z= 2). In the titanium compound there are slightly distorted T i0 6 octahedra with T i-0 distances between 1.99 and 2.09 A which are sharing corners with S 0 4 tetrahedra. Through hydrogen bonds layers are formed perpendicular to the 6-axis. These layers are connected by H30 + ions only. The structure of Zr(H30) 2(S 0 4)3 consists of three different S 0 4 tetrahedra and distorted Zr07 polyhedra which are connected via common corners and edges to form columns parallel to the a-axis. The Z r-0 distances vary from 2.13o to 2.18A for equatorial positions, significantly longer than the axial Zr-O distances with 2.05A. 
  Reference    (Z. Naturforsch. 51b, 19—24 [1996]; eingegangen am 13. Juni 1995) 
  Published    1996 
  Keywords    Synthesis, Crystal Structure, Titanium, Zirconium, Hydrogen Sulfates 
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 Volume    51