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1Author    B. Engelen, C. FreiburgRequires cookie*
 Title    Kristallstruktur von Mangan(II)sulfit-Trihydrat, a-MnS03 * 3 H20 Crystal Structure of Manganese(II)sulfite Trihydrate, a-MnS03 * 3 H2O  
 Abstract    The structure of a-MnS03 • 3 H20, space group P2i/n, Z = 4, Dm = 2.42, Dx = 2.425gcm-3, a = 6.6501(3), b = 8.9065(4), c = 8.7925(4) Ä, ß=* 96.105(3)°, was solved by the Patterson method and refined by Fourier and least-squares methods. All H atoms were located. The final R's are 2.1/3.2% for the 1749 observed/2280 measured reflexions. Coordination of Mn is octahedral involving O atoms from three water molecules and three different sulfite groups. MnOß octahedra are linked through sulfite sulfur. The Mn-0 distances range from 2.149(2) to 2.314(2) A. The S-0 distances of the sulfite group are 1.529(2), 1.529(2) and 1.544(2) A. The first two are elongated by one, the latter by two H bonds. The O-S-O angles are 103.25(9), 104.18(9) and 104.35(9)°. 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 34b, 1495—1499 (1979); eingegangen am 9. Juli 1979 
  Published    1979 
  Keywords    X-ray, Sulfites, Sulfite Hydrates 
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 Volume    34 
2Author    HeinzDieter Lutz, Willi Buchmeier, Bernward EngelenRequires cookie*
 Title    Crystal Structure of Lead Sulfite  
 Abstract    The crystal structure of orthorhombic PbSOß (Pnma, Z = 4, a = 790.3(1), b = 548.8(1), c = 680.2(1) pm) has been determined using single crystal X-ray diffraction data (final R for 663 reflections with I > 2<r(I) = 0.052). The para-meters of the atoms in the asymmetric unit are: Pb(4c) 0.. The sulfite ion has S-O distances of 149.4(7) and 153.7(5) (twice) pm. The Pb-0 distances of the edge-connected Pb-0 7 polyhedra (distorted mono-capped trigonal prism) range from 253.4(5) to 284.8(5) pm. The structure is closely related to that of PbS04. 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 38b, 523—525 (1983); eingegangen am 16. Dezember 1982 
  Published    1983 
  Keywords    Lead Sulfite, Crystal Structure, Sulfite 
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 Identifier    ZNB-1983-38b-0523_n 
 Volume    38 
3Author    Willi Buchm, Bernward Engelen, HeinzD. Ieter LutzRequires cookie*
 Title    Kristallstrukturen von NaM g20 H ( S 0 3)2 * H ,(), NaMn20 H ( S 0 3)2 * H20 , N aFe20 H ( S 0 3)2 * H20 , NaCo2O H (S 0 3)2 H 20 und NaZn20 H ( S 0 3)2 H 20 Crystal Structures of NaMg20 H ( S 0 3)2-H 20 , N aM n20 H ( S 0 3)2 * H 20 , N aFe20 H ( S 0 3)2 H 20 , NaCo2OH(SC>3)2 * H 20 , and N aZ n20 H ( S 0 3)2-H 20  
 Abstract    The crystal structures of the isotypic hydroxosulfitom etalates N aM 20 H (S 0 3)2-1 H 20 with M = 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 41b, 852 (1986); eingegangen am 11. März 1986 
  Published    1986 
  Keywords    Sulfites, Crystal Structure, Hydroxosulfitom etalates 
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 Identifier    ZNB-1986-41b-0852 
 Volume    41 
4Author    Bernward Engelen, Willi Buchmeier, HeinzDieter LutzRequires cookie*
 Title    Zur Polymorphie des Cadmiumsulfits, Kristallstrukturen von CdS0 3 -I, CdS0 3 -II und CdS0 3 -III Polymorphic Cadmium Sulfites, Crystal Structures of CdS0 3 -I, CdS0 3 -II, and CdSO r III  
 Abstract    The crystal structures of the anhydrous cadmium sulfites CdS0 3 -I (¥2 x /c, Z=4), CdS0 3 -II (P2/C, Z=8), and CdS0 3 -III (R3, Z=18 for the hexagonal cell) have been determined by means of single crystal X-ray diffraction data. The final R for the 1475, 2349, and 2138 observed reflections are 0.040, 0.034, and 0.073. Coordination of Cd is trigonal-prismatic, a hitherto unknown coordination of Cd in salts of oxoacids, in CdS0 3 -I and CdS0 3 -II, and octahedral in CdS0 3 -III. The Cd0 6 -polyhedra are arranged in two-dimensional (CdS0 3 -I) and three-dimensional (CdS0 3 -II and CdS0 3 -III) networks. S0 3 2-groups act as monodentate and in CdS0 3 -I and CdS0 3 -II also as bidentate ligands. Cd—O distances range from 224.5(3) to 244.6(3) pm, with an average of 231.5 pm for the trigonal-prismatic and of 231.0 pm for the octahedral coordination. S—O dis-tances range from 152.3(3) to 155.3(3) pm with an average of 153.7 pm, the O —S—O angles from 99.2(2) to 106.7(3)° with an average of 103.2°. 
  Reference    (Z. Naturforsch. 42b, 37—41 [1987]; eingegangen am 2. Juli/16. September 1986) 
  Published    1987 
  Keywords    Cadmium Sulfites, Crystal Structure, Sulfites 
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 Volume    42 
5Author    HeinzDieter Lutz, SalehM. El-Suradi, Christiane Mertins, Bernward EngelenRequires cookie*
 Title    Zur Kenntnis der Hydrate des Mangan-und Zinksulfits. Röntgenographische, thermoanaly tische, Raman-und IR-spektroskopische Untersuchungen  
 Abstract    X-ray, IR and Raman data as well as thermoanalytical measurements (DTA, TG, and DTG) of several new hydrates, viz. MnS03 • 2 1 /z H20, MnS03 • 2 H20, ZnS03 • 3 H20, /S-ZnS03 • 2 1 /2 H20, and y-ZnS03 • 2 x /2 H20, and of previously reported hydrates in the systems MnS03-H20, ZnS03-H20, and MnS03-ZnS03-H20 are presented. Furthermore, the formation of mixed crystals is studied in the system MnS03-ZnS03-H20. The following crystal data have been determined by single crystal measurements: MnS03 • 2 1 /2 H20 (P4i2i2):a = b = 968.4(1), c = 1040.9(1) pm, Z = 8, MnS03 • 2 H20 (P2i/w):a = 650.9(1), b = 873.8(1), c = 774.7(1) pm, ß = 99.80(1)°, Z = 4, ZnS03 • 3 H20 (Pnma): a = 953.6(1), b = 553.0(1), c = 941.9(1) pm, Z = 4, ß-ZnS03 • 21/2 H20 (P4i2!2): a = b = 952.1(1), c = 1025.4(1) pm, Z = 8, y-ZnS03 • 2 X \2 H20 (with small amount of Mn 2 +) (o-rh.): a = 1493(1), b = 1812(2), c = 753(1) pm, Z = 16, ZnS03 • 1/2 H20 (mon.): a = 1326.7(5), b = 706.3(2), c = 834.4(1) pm, ß = 117.41(3)°, Z = 8. The IR spectra show that, with the exception of y-ZnS03 • 2 x /2 H20, both weak and strong hydrogen bonds are present in the sulfite hydrates. Under an S02 atmosphere the sulfite hydrates can be dehydrated without simultaneous dissociation to the oxide and sulfur dioxide. The isotypic hydrates /?-MnS03 • 3 H20 and ZnS03 • 3 H20 (ß-MnSÖ3 • 3 H20 type), and MnS03 • 2 H20 and ZnS03 • 2 H20 (ZnSe03 • 2 H20 type) form complete mixed crystal series. Solid solutions are also formed from a-MnS03 • 3 H20 (a-FeS03 • 3 H20 type), y-ZnS03 • 2 l /2 H20, MnS03 • 1 H20, and ZnS03 • 1 /2 H20. No incorporation of Mn or Zn could be observed for a-ZnS03 • 2Va H20 and the isotype hydrates MnS03 • 2!/a H20 and ß-ZnS03 • 2 1 /2 H20 (CoS03 • 21/2 H20 type). 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 35b, 808—816 (1980); eingegangen am 17. Dezember 1979 
  Published    1980 
  Keywords    Sulfite, Hydrates, Manganese, Zinc, X-ray 
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 Volume    35 
6Author    Z. NaturforschRequires cookie*
 Title    Kristallstruktur von MgS03*H20  
 Abstract    The crystal structure of M g S 0 3 H20 , space group P 2 \ln, Z = 4, Dx = 2.415 g em -3 , a = 4.699(1), b = 12.751(3), c = 5.618(1) Ä, ß = 90.49(3)°, was determined by single crystal X-ray diffraction. M g S 0 3 H20 crystallizes in the M n S 0 3 H20 type. The structure consists of buckled trans layers ^ [M gS03 H20 ], which are built up from strongly distorted M g 0 5(H20) octahedra sharing four equatorial vertices, and of trigonal pyramidal S 0 32-ions. It is close­ ly related to the structures of orthorhombic M nSe0s3 D 20 and monoclinic Z n S e 0 3 H20 . The M g -0 distances range from 2.051(3) to 2.175(4) A. The S-O distances (1.543(3), 1.547(3) and 1.493(3) Ä) and the O-S-O angles (98.4(2) and 2x 106.0(2)°) correspond to those in M n S 0 3 H20 . The distortion of the M 0 5(H20) octahedra (M = Mg, Mn) and of the S 0 32-ions is smaller in M g S 0 3 H20 , but with greater deviations from m symmetry. The distances between the H-connected ^ [M S 03 H20 ] layers are greater in M g S 0 3 H 20 , indicating weaker inter-layer hydrogen bonds. The lateral arrangement of the 2 [M S 0 3 H20 ] layers is nearly the same in both sulfite monohydrates. E in le itu n g 
  Reference    Z. Naturforsch. 53b, 131—134 (1998); eingegangen am 10. November 1997 
  Published    1998 
  Keywords    X-Ray, Sulfites, Hydrates, Magnesium, Pseudosymmetry 
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 Identifier    ZNB-1998-53b-0131 
 Volume    53