Kasthuri, VB and Rao, PM and Nethaji, M (1996) The crystal structure of hydrated barium copper oxalate. In: Crystal Research and Technology, 31 (3). pp. 287-294.Full text not available from this repository. (Request a copy)
BaCu(C2O4)(2) . 6H2O is triclinic, P (1) over bar, with a = 6.5405(9), b = 9.202(3), c = 10.939(1) Angstrom, alpha = 85.46(2), beta = 79.22(1), gamma = 80.45(2), V = 636.99(1) Angstrom(3), Z = 2, D-0 = 2.14, D-c = 2.465 g . cm(-3), R = 0.074, wR = 0.0746 for 2219 significant reflections \F-0\ greater than or equal to 6.0 sigma F-0. The barium has eleven coordinations and the coordination polyhedra is a capped antiprism. Six water oxygen atoms are coordinated whereas the other five are coming from the oxalate group. In the unit cell the molecule's form a polymeric network. One lattice water molecule belongs to the coordinating water. The barium oxygen distances vary from 2.75 Angstrom to 3.15 Angstrom.
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