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LaZnB5O10, the first lanthanum zinc borate

Acta Crystallographica Section E

Structure Reports Online

Volume 66, Part 1 (January 2010)


inorganic compounds



Acta Cryst. (2010). E66, i1    [ doi:10.1107/S1600536809050922 ]

LaZnB5O10, the first lanthanum zinc borate

Z.-W. Jiao, R.-J. Wang, X.-Q. Wang, D.-Z. Shen and G.-Q. Shen

Abstract: Lanthanum zinc pentaborate, LaZnB5O10, was synthesized by flux-supported solid-state reaction. It is a member of the LnMB5O10 (Ln = rare earth ion and M = divalent metal ion) structure type. The crystal shows a three-dimensional structure constructed from two-dimensional {[B5O10]5-}n layers with the lanthanum (coordination number nine) and zinc (coordination number six) ions filling in the interlayers.

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