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Kristallchemie der Ferrimagnetischen Oxide

  • Svatopluk Krupička

Zusammenfassung

In den Kristallen der Stoffe, die wir studieren wollen, sind die Bindungskräfte vor allem durch die elektrostatische Anziehung zwischen positiven Metallionen und negativen Sauerstoffionen gegeben. Wie bereits erwähnt, führen diese Kräfte zu einer Anordnung, bei der jedes Ion im Kristall von einer größeren Anzahl von Ionen entgegengesetzten Vorzeichens umgeben ist. Die Anordnung und Anzahl dieser Nachbaren nennen wir Koordination (Koordinationszahl) des gegebenen Ions. Da der Ionenradius des Kations meist kleiner ist als der Ionenradius des Sauerstoffions, wird es anschaulicher Scin, die Koordination stets auf das betreffende Kation zu beziehen, das wir uns dann einfach in der Mitte eines aus den umgebenden Sauerstoffionen gebildeten Polyeders untergebracht vorstellen können (Abb. 2.1).

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