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Synthesis, structure and magnetic characterisation of a new layered ammonium manganese(II) diphosphate hydrate, (NH4)(2)[Mn-3(P2O7)(2)(H2O)(2)]

Chippindale, A.M., Gaslain, F.O.M., Bond, A.D. and Powell, A.V. (2003) Synthesis, structure and magnetic characterisation of a new layered ammonium manganese(II) diphosphate hydrate, (NH4)(2)[Mn-3(P2O7)(2)(H2O)(2)]. Journal of Materials Chemistry, 13 (8). pp. 1950-1955. ISSN 0959-9428

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To link to this article DOI: 10.1039/b304003h

Abstract/Summary

A new layered ammonium manganese(II) diphosphate, (NH4)(2)[Mn-3(P2O7)(2)(H2O)(2)], has been synthesised under solvothermal conditions at 433 K in ethylene glycol and the structure determined at 293 K using single-crystal X-ray diffraction data (M-r = 584.82, monoclinic, space group P2(1)/a, a = 9.4610( 8), b = 8.3565( 7), c = 9.477(1) Angstrom, beta = 99.908(9) degrees, V = 738.07 Angstrom(3), Z = 2, R = 0.0351 and R-w = 0.0411 for 1262 observed data (I > 3(sigma(I))). The structure consists of chains of cis- and trans-edge sharing MnO6 octahedra linked via P2O7 units to form layers of formula [Mn3P4O14(H2O)(2)](2-) in the ab plane. Ammonium ions lie between the manganese-diphosphate layers. A network of interlayer and ammonium-layer based hydrogen bonding holds the structure together. Magnetic measurements indicate Curie - Weiss behaviour above 30 K with mu(eff) = 5.74(1) mu(B) and theta = -23(1) K, consistent with the presence of high-spin Mn2+ ions and antiferromagnetic interactions. However, the magnetic data reveal a spontaneous magnetisation at 5 K, indicating a canting of Mn2+ moments in the antiferromagnetic ground state. On heating (NH4)(2)[Mn-3(P2O7)(2)(H2O)(2)] in water at 433 K under hydrothermal conditions, Mn-5(HPO4)(2)(PO4)(2).4H(2)O, synthetic hureaulite, is formed.

Item Type:Article
Refereed:Yes
Divisions:Faculty of Life Sciences > School of Chemistry, Food and Pharmacy > Department of Chemistry
ID Code:11130
Uncontrolled Keywords:PHOSPHATE-HYDROGEN-PHOSPHATE, CRYSTAL-STRUCTURE, HYDROTHERMAL, SYNTHESIS, PYROPHOSPHATE DIHYDRATE

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