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6 Parallel a and perpendicular b views of the 1D Pc columnar arrangement in 2; all hydrogen atoms and axial uncoordinated atoms are omitted for clarity a b Fig. 7 Parallel a and perpendicular b views of the 1D Pc columnar arrangement in 3; all hydrogen atoms and I2 molecules are omitted for clarity axial ligands on the basic arrangement of Pc molecules, several typical results for this type of Pc will be discussed in this section according to the size of axial ligand. In 2002, Janczak and co-workers [26] characterized the crystal structure of CrIII Pc(I)2 · I2 (3).

23 Inflated prolate and oblate rhombohedra extracted from Tsai-type 2/1 ACs. 0. Our intuition or experiences in structure and bonding, inherited from the studies in Zintl and polar intermetallic phases, have been very informative and helpful. However, cautions remain for the pseudogap tuning concept, as it is has been confirmed mainly via synthetic explorations from Mg2 Zn11 -type precursors. The prediction of the QC composition in an LMTO calculation on the Ca–Au–In 1/1 AC (Fig. 16) seems noteworthy.

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