Short-range order in Li–Al tourmalines: IR spectroscopy, X-ray single crystal diffraction analysis and bond valence

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Short-range order in Li–Al tourmalines: IR spectroscopy, X-ray single crystal diffraction analysis and bond valence

Messaggio da Marco E. Ciriotti » ven 14 giu, 2019 14:29

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▪ Bronzova, Y., Babushkina, M., Frank-Kamenetskaya, O., Vereshchagin, O., Rozhdestvenskaya, I., Zolotarev, A. (2019): Immagine. Physics and Chemistry of Minerals, 46, (in press).

Abstract:
The short-range order in Li–Al–(OH−, F−) tourmalines with Y[Li/Al] ≈ 1 and different Na/Ca ratio was investigated by means of bond valence theory, experimental IR spectroscopic data and the results of X-ray single crystal diffraction. The stability of the arrangements coordinating W- and V-crystallographic sites occupied by OH−, F− and O2− ions was refined. A unified model of assignment of absorption bands in the IR spectra to the local arrangements (clusters) was suggested taking into account the first and the second OH−coordination spheres. The types of local cation arrangements around the W- and V-anion sites, alongside with clusters ratio and their distribution were brought out. The short-range order in Li–Al tourmalines controlled not only by local restrictions of the bond valence theory, but also by the long-range order was described.
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