The route to the structure determination of amorphous solids: a case study of the ceramic Si(3)B(3)N(7).

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Si(3)B(3)N(7) is the parent compound of a new class of amorphous ceramics containing silicon, boron, nitrogen, and carbon that display a unique spectrum of properties. It consists of a random network in which the constituent elements are linked by predominantly covalent bonds. Similarly to quartz glass, the composition of amorphous Si(3)B(3)N(7) is… (More)

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@article{Jansen2006TheRT, title={The route to the structure determination of amorphous solids: a case study of the ceramic Si(3)B(3)N(7).}, author={Martin Jansen and J Christian Sch{\"o}n and Leo van W{\"u}llen}, journal={Angewandte Chemie}, year={2006}, volume={45 26}, pages={4244-63} }