• Oxohalide - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oxohalide Bismuth oxochloride (BiOCl, bismoclite) is a rare example of a mineral oxohalide.The crystal structure has a tetragonal symmetry and can be thought of as consisting of layers of Cl −, Bi 3+ and O 2− ions, in the order Cl-Bi-O-Bi-Cl-Cl-Bi-O-Bi-Cl. This layered, graphite-like structure results in a relatively low hardness of bismoclite (Mohs 2–2.5) and most other oxohalide minerals.
  • What does OXOHALIDE mean? - Definitions.net

    www.definitions.net/definition/oxohalide Definition of OXOHALIDE in the Definitions.net dictionary. Meaning of OXOHALIDE. What does OXOHALIDE mean? Information and translations of OXOHALIDE in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on the web.
  • oxohalide - Wiktionary

    en.wiktionary.org/wiki/oxohalide (chemistry) Any of several anions or complexes that contain both an oxide and a halide group
  • OXOHALIDES | 1 Definitions of Oxohalides - YourDictionary

    www.yourdictionary.com/oxohalides Most people chose this as the best definition of oxohalides: Plural form of oxohalide.... See the dictionary meaning, pronunciation, and sentence examples.
  • Category:Oxohalides - Wikimedia Commons

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  • oxyhalide | WikiDiff

    wikidiff.com/category/terms/oxyhalide As nouns the difference between oxyhalide and oxohalide is that oxyhalide is (inorganic chemistry) any anion (and corresponding salt) in which a central atom is bonded to both oxygen and a halogen while oxohalide is (chemistry) any of several anions or complexes that contain both an oxide and a halide group.
  • Template:Did you know nominations/Oxohalide - Wikipedia

    en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Template:Did_you_know_nominations/Oxohalide The description of "oxohalide" given in the lead still is not sourced in the lead -- and it appears nowhere else in the article. I've looked for a source for the basic definition/description, but without much success. (Sunday is not a good time to access libraries.)
  • A new family of sunlight-driven bifunctional ...

    pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2014/nr/c3nr04785g By taking advantage of the structural affinity between bismuth oxohalide and TiO 2, we successfully prepare a family of hybrid frameworks via the designated growth of bismuth oxohalide nanoplates on TiO 2 nanoribbons, and propose them as sunlight-driven bifunctional photocatalysts for all-weather removal of pollutants. The structural variability of bismuth oxohalide allows the optical ...
  • Synthesis and crystal structure of Fe6Ca2(SeO3)9Cl4 – a ...

    pubs.rsc.org/en/content/articlelanding/2013/dt/c3dt50952d A porous oxohalide, Fe 6 Ca 2 (SeO 3) 9 Cl 4, has been synthesized by solid state reactions using concentrated HCl as the Cl-source.It crystallizes in the hexagonal space group P6 3 /m with unit cell parameters a = 12.118(2) Å, c = 12.703(4) Å, Z = 2. The crystal structure is an open framework having one-dimensional channels extending along [001] that the chlorine atoms and lone pairs on Se ...
  • The use of silylethers and silylthioethers in syntheses of ...

    www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277538700869569 Although a variety of different routes to these materials has been developed over many years,1 with few exceptions,2 the vast majority of molybdenum and tungsten oxohalide syntheses require elevated temperatures, many involving hot tube/furnace procedures and further purification of the products (e.g. by sublimation) is often necess- ary.