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Ternary and quaternary metal nitrides: A new challenge for solid state chemistry

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Kniep, R. (1997). Ternary and quaternary metal nitrides: A new challenge for solid state chemistry. Pure and Applied Chemistry, 69(1), 185-192. doi:10.1351/pac199769010185,.


Cite as: http://hdl.handle.net/11858/00-001M-0000-0019-BDEE-B
Abstract
The crystal chemistry of ternary and quaternary phases of the systems A/AE - TE - N (A = alkali metal; AE = alkaline earth metal; TE = transition element) is predominantly characterized by the presence and formation of complex nitridometalate onions. A suitable classification of the nitrido-compounds is based on the correlation between coordination-numbers (TE), oxidation states (TE) and the specific structural characteristics of the anionic partial structures.