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See detailCrystal chemistry of lithium in pegmatite phosphates: A SIMS investigation of natural and synthetic samples
Hatert, Frédéric ULg; Ottolini, Luisa; Keller, Paul et al

in Estudios Geologicos (2009), 19(2), 131-134

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See detailThe crystal chemistry of lithium in the alluaudite structure
Hatert, Frédéric ULg

Conference (2003)

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See detailThe crystal chemistry of lithium in the alluaudite structure: a study of the (Na1-xLix)(1.5)Mn1.5Fe1.5(PO4)(3) solid solution (x=0 to 1)
Hatert, Frédéric ULg

in Mineralogy and Petrology (2004), 81(3-4), 205-217

Phosphates of compositions (Na1-xLix)(1.5)Mn1.5Fe1.5(PO4)(3) were synthesized by solid state reactions in air, and pure alluaudite-type compounds were obtained for x = 0.00, 0.25, and 0.50. Rietveld ... [more ▼]

Phosphates of compositions (Na1-xLix)(1.5)Mn1.5Fe1.5(PO4)(3) were synthesized by solid state reactions in air, and pure alluaudite-type compounds were obtained for x = 0.00, 0.25, and 0.50. Rietveld refinements of X-ray powder diffraction data indicate the occurrence of Mn2+ in the M(1) site, and of Fe3+ and Mn2+ in the M(2) site. For x = 0.25 and 0.50, A(1) is occupied by Li+ and Na+, whereas A(2)' is occupied by Na+ and vacancies. A careful examination of the number of electrons occurring in the A sites of the alluaudite-type compounds (Na1-xLix)MnFe2(PO4)(3) and (Na1-xLix) CdIn2(PO4)(3) confirms that lithium occupies only the A(1) crystallographic site of the alluaudite structure. [less ▲]

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See detailThe crystal chemistry of lithium in the alluaudite structure: A study of the (Na1-xLix)Cdln(2) (PO4)(3) the solid solution (x=0 to 1)
Hatert, Frédéric ULg; Antenucci, Diano ULg; Fransolet, André-Mathieu ULg et al

in Journal of Solid State Chemistry (2002), 163(1), 194-201

Several compounds of the (Na1-xLix)CdIn2(PO4)(3) solid solution were synthesized by a solid-state reaction in air, and pure alluaudite-like compounds were obtained for x = 0.00, 0.25, and 0.50. X-ray ... [more ▼]

Several compounds of the (Na1-xLix)CdIn2(PO4)(3) solid solution were synthesized by a solid-state reaction in air, and pure alluaudite-like compounds were obtained for x = 0.00, 0.25, and 0.50. X-ray Rietveld refinements indicate the occurrence of Cd2+ in the M(1) site, and of In3+ in the M(2) site of the alluaudite structure. This non-disordered cationic distribution is confirmed by the sharpness of the infrared absorption bands. The distribution of Na+ and Li+ on the A(1) and A(2)' crystallographic sites cannot be accurately assessed by the Rietvled method, probably because the electronic densities involved in the Na+ --> Li+ substitution are very small. A comparison with the synthetic alluaudite-like compounds, (Na1-xLix)MnFe2(PO4)(3), indicates the influence of the cations occupying the M(1) and M(2) sites on the coordination polyhedra morphologies of the A(1) and A(2)' crystallographic sites. (C) 2002 Elsevier Science. [less ▲]

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See detailCrystal chemistry of natural and synthetic fillowite-type phosphates
Hatert, Frédéric ULg; Keller, Paul; Grew, Ed et al

Conference (2008)

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See detailThe crystal chemistry of olivine-type phosphates
Hatert, Frédéric ULg; Ottolini, Luisa; Fontan, François et al

Conference (2011)

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See detailCrystal Chemistry of Synthetic M(2+)Be2P2O8 (M(2+) = Ca, Sr, Pb, Ba) Beryllophosphates
Dal Bo, Fabrice ULg; Hatert, Frédéric ULg; Baijot, Maxime ULg

in Canadian Mineralogist (2014), 52(2), 337-350

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See detailCrystal chemistry of the hydrothermally synthesized Na-2(Mn1-xFex2+)(2)Fe3+(PO4)(3) alluaudite-type solid solution
Hatert, Frédéric ULg; Rebbouh, Leila; Hermann, Raphaël P. et al

in American Mineralogist (2005), 90(4), 653-662

Several compounds of the Na-2(Mn1-xFex2x)(2)Fe3+(PO4)(3) solid solition have been hydrothermally synthesized at 400 degrees C and 1 kbar; pure alluaudite-like compounds have been obtained for x = 0.00, 0 ... [more ▼]

Several compounds of the Na-2(Mn1-xFex2x)(2)Fe3+(PO4)(3) solid solition have been hydrothermally synthesized at 400 degrees C and 1 kbar; pure alluaudite-like compounds have been obtained for x = 0.00, 0.25, 0.50, 0.75, and 1.00. Rietveld refinements of the powder X-ray diffraction patterns indicate the presence of Na+ at the Al and A2' sites, Mn2+ and Fe2+ at the M1 site, and Mn2+, Fe2+, and Fe3+ at the M2 site. The presence of small amounts of Na+ at the M1 site and Mn2+ at the Al site indicates a partially disordered distribution of these cations. An excellent linear correlation has been established between the M1-M2 distance and the energy of the infrared band attributed to the M2+-O vibrations. The Mossbauer spectra, measured between 85 and 295 K, were analyzed in terms of a model which includes the next-nearest neighbor interactions at the M2 and M1 crystallographic sites. Fe2+ and Fe3+ isomer shifts are typical of the alluaudite structure and exhibit the expected second-order Doppler shift. The derived iron vibrating masses and Mossbauer lattice temperatures are within the range of values expected for iron cations in all octahedral environment. The Fe2+ and Fe3+ quadrupole splittings are typical of the alluaudite structure, and the temperature dependence of the Fe2+ quadrupole splitting was fit with the Ingalls model, which yielded a ground state orbital splitting of ca. 460 to 735 cm(-1) for the Fe2+ sites. The isomer shifts and quadrupole splittings of Fe2+ at the M1 site are larger than those of Fe2+ at M2, indicating that the M1 site is both larger and more distorted than the M2 site. [less ▲]

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See detailCrystal Growth, Transport, and the Structural and Magnetic Properties of Ln4FeGa12 with Ln = Y, Tb, Dy, Ho, and Er
Drake, B. L.; Grandjean, Fernande ULg; Okudzeto, E. K. et al

in Inorganic Chemistry (2010), 49

Ln4FeGa12, where Ln is Y, Tb, Dy, Ho, and Er, prepared by flux growth, crystallize with the cubic Y4PdGa12 structure with the space group and with a = 8.5650(4), 8.5610(4), 8.5350(3), 8.5080(3), and 8 ... [more ▼]

Ln4FeGa12, where Ln is Y, Tb, Dy, Ho, and Er, prepared by flux growth, crystallize with the cubic Y4PdGa12 structure with the space group and with a = 8.5650(4), 8.5610(4), 8.5350(3), 8.5080(3), and 8.4720(4) Å, respectively. The crystal structure consists of an iron-gallium octahedra and face sharing rare-earth cuboctahedra of the Au3Cu type. Y4FeGa12 exhibits weak itinerant ferromagnetism below 36 K. In contrast, Tb4FeGa12, Dy4FeGa12, Ho4FeGa12, and Er4FeGa12 order antiferromagnetically with maxima in the molar magnetic susceptibilities at 26, 18.5, 9, and 6 K. All the compounds exhibit metallic electric resistivity and their iron-57 Mössbauer spectra, obtained between 4.2 and 295 K, exhibit a single-line absorption with a 4.2 K isomer shift of ca. 0.50 mm/s, a shift that is characteristic of iron in an iron-gallium intermetallic compound. A small but significant broadening in the spectral absorption line width is observed for Y4FeGa12 below 40 K and results from the small hyperfine field arising from its spin-polarized itinerant electrons [less ▲]

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