Hirshfeld surface analysis and IR investigation for the rubidium hexaaquacopper(II) selenate

  title={Hirshfeld surface analysis and IR investigation for the rubidium hexaaquacopper(II) selenate},
  author={Rumyana Yankova},
  journal={Chemical Data Collections},
  • R. Yankova
  • Published 1 June 2020
  • Materials Science
  • Chemical Data Collections
Abstract The Tutton's salt, Rb2[Cu(H2O)6](SeO4)2 was grown by slow evaporation at room temperature. It crystallizes in the monoclinic space group P21/c. The unit cell dimensions are: a = 6.363(2) A, b = 12.431(4) A, c = 9.373(4) A, α = γ = 90.00°, β = 104.33(4)°, V = 718.3(5) A3 and Z = 2. The crystals are composed of isolated Cu(H2O)6 octahedral and SeO4 tetrahedrons connected by hydrogen bonds and rubidium cations. The infrared spectra of rubidium hexaaquacopper(II) selenate are presented and… 
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