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Cover Feature: Novel Manganate Cs23Mn16O28 Containing Two Different Types of Quasi One-Dimensional Polyanions, 1∞[MnO2]n and Unique 1∞[Mn3O5]n (Z. Anorg. Allg. Chem. 21/2017)

Cover Feature: Novel Manganate Cs23Mn16O28 Containing Two Different Types of Quasi One-Dimensional Polyanions, 1∞[MnO2]n and Unique 1∞[Mn3O5]n (Z. Anorg. Allg. Chem. 21/2017)
Martin Jansen, María A. Señarís-Rodríguez, Sebastian Klemenz, Jürgen Nuss
The Cover Feature highlights the unique structural features of mixed valent Cs23[MnO2]4[Mn3O5]4. Its discovery along the azide/nitrate route underpins the particular strength of this approach in exploring even subtleties of the rich landscapes of alkalioxometalates. The crystal structure comprises two different kinds of 1 D polyoxoanions, where the one resulting from catenation of cluster-like blocs of six edge sharing tetrahedra is without perecedent. These specific structural properties give rise to a series of partly competing magnetic exchange couplings of pronouncedly varying strength. Details are discussed in the article by Jansen et al. on page 1351 ff.

Publisher URL: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/resolve/doi

DOI: 10.1002/zaac.201770214

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