The crystal structures of lavendulan, sampleite, and a new polymorph of sampleite

@article{Giester2007TheCS,
  title={The crystal structures of lavendulan, sampleite, and a new polymorph of sampleite},
  author={Gerald Giester and Uwe Kolitsch and Peter Leverett and Peter Turner and Peter A. Williams},
  journal={European Journal of Mineralogy},
  year={2007},
  volume={19},
  pages={75-93}
}
The crystal structures of lavendulan from the Hilarion mine, Laurion, Greece, and isotypic sampleite from the Northparkes mine, New South Wales, Australia, have been determined from single-crystal diffraction data, resulting in a revision of the symmetry. The structure of lavendulan, NaCaCu 5 (AsO 4 ) 4 Cl · 5H 2 O (space group P 2 1 / n , a = 10.011(1), b = 19.478(2), = 10.056(1) A, β = 90.37(1)°, V = 1960.8(3) A 3 , Z = 4) was solved from X-ray data (Mo K , CCD area detector) and refined to R… Expand
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