James. A Ibers

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Crystals of NiUS3 were obtained from the reaction of the elements Ni, U, S, and of GeI2 in a CsCl flux at 1173 K. Nickel(II) uranium(IV) tris-ulfide, NiUS3, has ortho-rhom-bic (Pnma) symmetry and crystallizes in the GdFeO3 structure type. The compound has a perovskite ABQ 3-like structure, with U occupying the inter-stitial sites of a NiS6 framework. The U(More)
Barium dierbium(III) tetra-sulfide, BaEr2S4, crystallizes with four formula units in the ortho-rhom-bic space group Pnma in the CaFe2O4 structure type. The asymmetric unit contains two Er, one Ba, and four S atoms, each with .m. site symmetry. The structure consists of channels formed by corner- and edge-sharing ErS6 octa-hedra in which Ba atoms reside. The(More)
Single crystals of CsU(2)Te(6) were synthesized from the reaction of U, Te, and Cs(2)Te(3) at 1273 K. CsU(2)Te(6) crystallizes in the space group Cmcm in the CsTh(2)Te(6) structure type. The asymmetric unit comprises one U (site symmetry m2m), one Cs (m2m; half-occupancy) and two Te atoms (m.. and m2m). The structure of CsU(2)Te(6) consists of infinite(More)
Thallium(I) copper(I) thorium(IV) tris-elenide, TlCuThSe₃, crystallizes with four formula units in the space group Cmcm in the KCuZrS₃ structure type. There is one crystallographic-ally independent Th, Tl, and Cu atom at a site of symmetry 2/m.., m2m, and m2m, respectively. There are two crystallographically independent Se atoms at sites of symmetry m.. and(More)
β-UPSe was synthesized from the reaction of U(2)Se(3), P and Se in a CsCl flux in a fused-silica tube. It crystallizes with four formula units in the tetra-gonal space group I4/mmm in the UGeTe structure type. The asymmetric unit comprises one U (site symmetry 4mm), one Se (4mm), and one P (mmm.) atom. The U atom is coordinated in a monocapped(More)
Zirconium(IV) dilanthanum(III) penta-sulfide, ZrLa(2)S(5), crystallizes with four formula units in the space group Pnma in the U(3)S(5) structure type. The asymmetric unit comprises one Zr, one La and four S atoms. The Zr and three S atoms are situated on mirror planes. The structure consists of LaS(8) face-sharing bicapped distorted trigonal prisms and(More)
Tetra-yttrium(III) tris-ulfide disilicate, Y(4)S(3)(Si(2)O(7)), crystallizes in the Sm(4)S(3)(Si(2)O(7)) structure type. The structure consists of isolated (Si(2)O(7))(6-) units (2mm. symmetry) and two crystallo-graphically independent Y(3+) cations bridged by one S and one O atom. The first Y atom (site symmetry .m.) is coordinated by three O atoms and(More)
Single crystals of manganese(II) octa-uranium(IV) hepta-deca-sulfide, MnU(8)S(17), were grown from the reaction of the elements in a RbCl flux. MnU(8)S(17) crystallizes in the space group C2/m in the CrU(8)S(17) structure type. The asymmetric unit is composed of the following atoms with site symmetries shown: U1 (1), U2 (m), U3 (m), Mn1 (2/m), S1 (1), S2(More)
The title compound, NpCuSe(2), is the first ternary neptunium transition-metal chalcogenide. It was synthesized from the elements at 873 K in an evacuated fused-silica tube. Single crystals were grown by vapor transport with I(2). NpCuSe(2) crystallizes in the LaCuS(2) structure type and can be viewed as a stacking of layers of CuSe(4) tetra-hedra and of(More)
The title compound, Cs(2)Hg(6)S(7), crystallizes in a new structure type that is closely related to that of K(2)Zn(6)O(7). The structure comprises a three-dimensional mercury sulfide network that is composed of channels. These channels, which are along [001], are of two different diameters. The crystal structure contains one Cs, two Hg, and three S atoms in(More)
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