Zur Strukturchemie der Diperoxovanadate(V): Das μ-Hydroxo-bis [oxo-diperoxovanadat(V)] Anion

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Wieghardt, K.; Quilitzsch, U.: Zur Strukturchemie der Diperoxovanadate(V): Das μ-Hydroxo-bis [oxo-diperoxovanadat(V)] Anion. In: Zeitschrift für Naturforschung - Section B Journal of Chemical Sciences 34 (1979), Nr. 2, S. 242-244. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/znb-1979-0220

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Depending on the pH and the respective concentrations of solutions containing NH4+/NH3/H2O2/NH4VO3 three yellow ammonium salts can be isolated: (NH4)4[O(VO(O2)2)2], NH4[VO(O2)2NH3]; and the novel (NH4)3[HV2O11] · 2 H2O. A cesium and potassium salt of the latter anion have been prepared. The infrared spectra of these salts are interpreted assuming a μ-hydroxo-bis[oxo-diperoxovanadate(V)] structure in the solid state.
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Issue Date: 1979
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