Structure and disorder in schultenite, lead hydrogen arsenate

@article{Wilson1991StructureAD,
  title={Structure and disorder in schultenite, lead hydrogen arsenate},
  author={Chick C. Wilson and Philip J. Cox and Neil S. Stewart},
  journal={Journal of Crystallographic and Spectroscopic Research},
  year={1991},
  volume={21},
  pages={589-593}
}
The structure of lead hydrogen arsenate has been studied by pulsed neutron single crystal diffraction. The structural parameters obtained agree well with the best available X-ray data. In addition, the hydrogen atom positions and disorder have been well characterized, yielding potentially important information regarding hydrogen atom potentials. 
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