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Characterization of the Manganese Oxide Produced by Pseudomonas Putida Strain MnB1
B-cation arrangements in double perovskites
Manganese oxides: parallels between abiotic and biotic structures.
- I. Saratovsky, P. Wightman, P. Pastén, J. Gaillard, K. Poeppelmeier
- Materials ScienceJournal of the American Chemical Society
- 8 August 2006
The results dem-onstrate that this biogenic MnO(x)(), formed by the freshwater bacterium Leptothrix discophora SP6, is composed of sheets of edge-sharing of Mn(4+)O(6) octahedra that form layers.
Structure determination of Ca2MnO4 and Ca2MnO3.5 by X-ray and neutron methods
Phase relationships and physical properties of homologous compounds in the zinc oxide-indium oxide system
Equilibrium phase relationships in the ZnO-In2O3 system were determined between 1100° and 1400°C using solid-state reaction techniques and X-ray diffractometry. In addition to ZnO and In2O3, nine…
CaMnO2.5 and Ca2MnO3.5: New oxygen-defect perovskite-type oxides
Structure and cation distribution of new ternary vanadates FeMg2V3O11 and FeZn2V3O11
Atomic-scale structure of biogenic materials by total X-ray diffraction: a study of bacterial and fungal MnOx.
High-energy X-ray diffraction and atomic pair distribution function analysis can be used to determine the atomic-scale structures of MnO(x) produced by bacteria and fungi, which are well-defined, periodic, and species-specific.
Prediction and accelerated laboratory discovery of previously unknown 18-electron ABX compounds.
Of those previously unreported 'missing' materials now predicted to be stable, 15 were grown in this study; X-ray studies agreed with the predicted crystal structure in all 15 cases and could be a route to the systematic discovery of hitherto missing, realizable functional materials.