Advances in Inorganic Phosphate Materials: Ceramic by Ilias Belharouak, Vilas G. Pol

By Ilias Belharouak, Vilas G. Pol

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Fugure \b shows an agreement of the observed and calculated powder patterns. Table 2. 02 Increment in 2Θ (deg) 832 No. of reflections 66 No. of parameters 15 No. 050 ^F z 48 · Advances in Inorganic Phosphate Materials Crystal Structure of Layered Triphosphate ΜηΗ2Ρ3θ10·2Η2θ We believe that the observed anisotropic line broadening is caused by stacking faults, taking place sometimes in layered crystal structures. As seen from Figure 2, the structure of ΜηΗ2Ρ3θιο'2Η2θ is composed of manganese-triphosphate ID polymeric networks, parallel with the be plane, and water molecules lying in the interlayer space.

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