Crystal Structure of Hf2GaSb3

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The structure of the new ternary compound Hf2GaSb3 was determined by means of X-ray powder diffraction. It crystallizes with the structure type Zr2CuSb3 which represents a ternary ordered derivative of the UAs2 type (Pearson symbol tP6, space group P-4m2, a = 3.89841(8), c = 8.62650(19) Å). The ternary compound can be regarded as an ordered, Ga-stabilized derivative of the high-temperature modification of the binary antimonide HfSb2 (structure type UAs2).

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Solid State Phenomena (Volume 194)

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Yuriy Verbovytskyy and António Pereira Gonçalves

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I. Tokaychuk et al., "Crystal Structure of Hf2GaSb3", Solid State Phenomena, Vol. 194, pp. 1-4, 2013

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