Na3Bi(IO3)6: An Alkali-Metal Bismuth Iodate with Intriguing One-Dimensional [BiI6O18] Chains and Pressure-Induced Structural Transition.

@article{Song2021Na3BiIO36AA,
  title={Na3Bi(IO3)6: An Alkali-Metal Bismuth Iodate with Intriguing One-Dimensional [BiI6O18] Chains and Pressure-Induced Structural Transition.},
  author={Huimin Song and Dequan Jiang and Naizheng Wang and Wenhao Xing and Ruixin Guo and Zheshuai Lin and Jiyong Yao and Yonggang Wang and Heng Tu and Guochun Zhang},
  journal={Inorganic chemistry},
  year={2021}
}
An alkali-metal bismuth iodate, Na3Bi(IO3)6, was successfully obtained by the hydrothermal method for the first time and contains intriguing one-dimensional [BiI6O18] chains. High-pressure Raman spectra were carried out to investigate the structural transition of Na3Bi(IO3)6. Electronic states and anisotropic optical responses were also investigated by theoretical calculations. 
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