Xenon Tetrafluoride: Crystal Structure

@article{Ibers1963XenonTC,
  title={Xenon Tetrafluoride: Crystal Structure},
  author={James A Ibers and Walter Clark Hamilton},
  journal={Science},
  year={1963},
  volume={139},
  pages={106 - 107}
}
On the basis of a three-dimensional x-ray analysis, the xenon tetrafluoride molecule in the solid is planar; the approximate symmetry is D4h. The average distance between the xenon and the fluorine is 1.92 � 0.03 �. 
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