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Verbindungen mit Fluor und Sauerstoff

  • Herbert Lehl
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Part of the Nb. Niob. Niobium (System-Nr. 49) book series (GMELIN, volume N-b / B / 4)

Zusammenfassung

Die Verbindung wird dargestellt durch 50stündiges Erhitzen von NbO2 mit überschüssigem LiF (Molverhältnis 1:5) auf 800°C in H2-Atmosphäre oder Vakuum und Auswaschen mit H2O; die Verbindung enthält dann noch etwa 5% NbO2. LiNbO2F ist nach Pulveraufnahmen rhomboedrisch mit a = 5.485 Å und α = 55.92°C, bei hexagonaler Indizierung a = 5.144, c =13.835 Å. Paramagnetisch; für diamagnetische Anteile korrigierte Suszeptibilität des Nb4+-Ions χ = 40 × 106. Spezifische elektrische Leitfähigkeit x = 2 × 10−7Ω−1 · cm−1 nach Messungen unter 800 kg · cm−2 Druck, W. Rüdorff, D. Krug (Z. Anorg. Allgem. Chem. 329 [1964] 211/7).

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