The crystal structure of CdCl0,67(OH)1,33, CdBr0,6(OH)1,4 and CdJ0,5(OH)1,5 is determined, the first crystalizes in the C-19-, the latter in the C-6-type. The dimensions of the lattice of the named compounds and of CdCl0,67(OH)1,33 are tabulated together with those of Cd(OH)2 and of the halogenides. It follows that when in Cd(OH)2 OH-ions are substituted by halogen-ions, the distancea of the Cd-ions in the layers are changed very little, while the distance of the layersc′ is increased according to the size of the halogen-ion.
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J. phys. chem.46, 477 (1942).
Erscheint demnächst in Helv. chim. Act.
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Feitknecht, W. Die Struktur der Cadmiumhydroxyhalogenide CdCl0,67(OH)1,33, CdBr0,6(OH)1,4, CdJ0,5(OH)1,5 . Experientia 1, 230–231 (1945). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02153415