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Prediction of compounds related to InFeZn2O5
The results of crystal-chemical analysis of layered hexagonal structures related to InFeZn2O5 and having space group P63/mmc are reported. It was found that more than 250 new compounds could be synthesized. Multilayered compounds of other compositions are possible.
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