Physics and Chemistry of Minerals

, Volume 42, Issue 8, pp 663–670 | Cite as

Synthesis, crystal structure, high-temperature behavior and magnetic properties of CoBiO(AsO4), a Co analogue of paganoite

  • Almaz Aliev
  • Michael S. Kozin
  • Marie Colmont
  • Oleg I. Siidra
  • Sergey V. Krivovichev
  • Olivier Mentré
Original Paper

Abstract

Single crystals and powder samples of Co analogue of paganoite CoBiO(AsO4) have been obtained by high-temperature solid-state reactions. Crystal structure [triclinic, \(P\bar{ 1 }\), a = 5.2380(3), b = 6.8286(4), c = 7.6150(4) Å, α = 111.631(2), β = 108.376(2), γ = 108.388(2)°, V = 209.55(2) Å3] has been refined to R1 = 0.018 on the basis of 1524 unique observed reflections. CoBiO(AsO4) is isotypic to paganoite, NiBiO(AsO4). The crystal structure can be described as based upon [OCoBi]3+ chains of edge-sharing (OBi2Co2) tetrahedra linked via (AsO4) groups. Differential thermal analysis reveals no phase decomposition till 850 °C, when the compound starts to melt. A small endothermic peak is observed near 330 °C. Thermal expansion has been studied by high-temperature powder X-ray diffraction. Thermal expansion coefficients (αa = 10.1 × 10−6, αb = 12.6 × 10−6, αc = 10.5 × 10−6 K−1) indicate a relatively isotropic behavior with the less intense expansion direction parallel to the direction of the chains of oxocentered tetrahedra. Magnetic susceptibility of CoBiO(AsO4) reveals the presence of an antiferromagnetic ordering at TN = 15.4 K.

Keywords

Paganoite Crystal structure Magnetic properties Thermal expansion Oxocentered tetrahedra 

References

  1. Abraham F, Ketatni M (1995) Crystal structure of a new bismuth nickel oxophosphate: BiNiOPO4. Eur J Solid State Inorg Chem 32:429–437Google Scholar
  2. Abraham F, Ketatni M, Mairesse G, Mernari B (1994) Crystal structure of a new bismuth copper oxyphosphate: BiCu2PO6. Eur J Solid State Inorg Chem 31:313–323Google Scholar
  3. Benmokhtar S, El Jazouli A, Chaminade JP, Gravereau P, Guillen F, de Waal D (2004) Synthesis, crystal structure and optical properties of BiMgVO5. J Solid State Chem 177:4175–4182CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  4. Boje J, Mueller-Buschbaum H (1993) Synthese und Kristallstruktur von CaBiVO5. Z Anorg Allg Chem 619:521–524CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  5. Brown ID, Altermatt D (1985) Bond-valence parameters obtained from a systematic analysis of the inorganic crystal structure database. Acta Crystallogr B 41:244–247CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  6. Bruker (2005) APEX2, SAINT-Plus and XPREP. Bruker AXS Inc., MadisonGoogle Scholar
  7. Chukanov NV, Möhn G, Pekov IV, Belakovskiy DI, Bychkova YV, Gurzhiy VV, Lorenz JA (2014) Okruschite, Ca2Mn5 2+Be4(AsO4)6‧6H2O, a new roscherite-group mineral from Sailauf, Bavaria, Germany. Eur J Mineral 26:589–595Google Scholar
  8. Elliott P, Kolitsch U, Willis AC, Libowitzky E (2013) Description and crystal structure of domerockite, Cu4(AsO4)(AsO3OH)(OH)3·H2O, a new mineral from the Dome Rock Mine, South Australia. Mineral Mag 77:509–522CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  9. Giraud S, Mizrahi A, Drachea M, Conflant P, Wignacourt JP, Steinfink H (2001) A new family of compounds with tetrahedral anions: PbnBiOn(XO4), X = V, P, As, n = 1,2,4. A comparison with lead oxysulfates PbnPbOn(SO4). Solid State Sci 3:593–602CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  10. Goodenough JB (1963) Magnetism and the chemical bond. Wiley, New YorkGoogle Scholar
  11. Hawthorne FC (2014) The structure hierarchy hypothesis. Mineral Mag 78:957–1027Google Scholar
  12. Kampf AR, Mills SJ, Housley RM, Rossman GR, Nash BP, Dini M, Jenkins RA (2013) Joteite, Ca2CuAl[AsO4][AsO3(OH)]2(OH)2·5H2O, a new arsenate with a sheet structure and unconnected acid arsenate groups. Mineral Mag 77:2811–2823CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  13. Kampf AR, Mills SJ, Hatert F, Nash BP, Dini M, Molina Donoso AA (2014) Canutite, NaMn3[AsO4][AsO3(OH)]2, a new protonated alluaudite-group mineral from the Torrecillas mine, Iquique Province, Chile. Mineral Mag 78:787–795Google Scholar
  14. Ketani M, Abraham F, Mentré O (1999) Channel structure in the new BiCoPO5. Comparison with BiNiPO5. Crystal structure, lone pair localization and infrared characterization. Solid State Sci 1:449–460CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  15. Kolitsch U, Merlino S, Holtstam D (2012) Molybdophyllite: crystal chemistry, crystal structure, OD character and modular relationships with britvinite. Mineral Mag 76:493–516CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  16. Krivovichev SV (ed) (2008) Minerals as Advanced Materials I. Springer, HeidelbergGoogle Scholar
  17. Krivovichev SV (ed) (2012a) Minerals as Advanced Materials II. Springer, HeidelbergGoogle Scholar
  18. Krivovichev SV (2012b) Derivation of bond-valence parameters for some cation-oxygen pairs on the basis of empirical relationships between r 0 and b. Z Kristallogr 227:575–579CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  19. Krivovichev SV, Vergasova LP, Filatov SK, Rybin DS, Britvin SN, Ananiev VV (2013a) Hatertite, Na2(Ca, Na)(Fe3+, Cu)2(AsO4)3, a new alluaudite-group mineral from Tolbachik fumaroles, Kamchatka peninsula, Russia. Eur J Mineral 25:683–691CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  20. Krivovichev SV, Mentré O, Siidra OI, Colmont M, Filatov SK (2013b) Anion-centered tetrahedra in inorganic compounds. Chem Rev 113:6459–6535CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  21. Krivovichev SV, Filatov SK, Vergasova LP (2013c) The crystal structure of ilinskite, NaCu5O2(SeO3)2Cl3, and review of mixed-ligand CuOmCln coordination geometries in minerals and inorganic compounds. Mineral Petrol 107:235–242CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  22. Labidi O, Roussel P, Porcher F, Drache M, Vannier RN, Wignacourt JP (2008a) Polymorphism in BiOXO4 compounds (X = V, P, As). Part I: Crystal structures of alpha- and beta-PbBiOVO4. J Solid State Chem 181:2260–2267CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  23. Labidi O, Roussel P, Porcher F, Drache M, Vannier RN, Wignacourt JP (2008b) Polymorphism in BiOXO4 compounds (X = V, P, As). Part II. PbBiOAsO4 structures and characterization of related solid solutions. J Solid State Chem 181:2268–2273CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  24. Majzlan J, Drahota P, Filippi M (2014) Parageneses and crystal chemistry of arsenic minerals. Rev Mineral Geochem 79:17–184CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  25. Mathews E, Ranjith KM, Baenitz M, Nath R (2013) Field Induced magnetic transition in low-dimensional magnets Bi(Ni, Co)PO5. Solid State Comm 154:56–59CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  26. Mentré O, Ketatni EM, Colmont M, Huve M, Abraham F, Petricek V (2006) Structural features of the modulated BiCu2(P0.68V0.32)O6 solid solution; 4-D treatment of x = 0.87 compound and magnetic spin-gap to gapless transition in new Cu2+ two-leg ladder systems. J Am Chem Soc 128:10857–10867CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  27. Mentré O, Bouree F, Rodriguez-Carvajal J, Jazouli A, Khayat N, Ketatni M (2008a) Magnetic structure and analysis of the exchange interactions in BiMO(PO4) (M = Co, Ni). J Phys Condens Matter 20:415211CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  28. Mentré O, Koo H-J, Whangbo MH (2008b) Investigation of the vanadyl bond ordering and analysis of the spin exchange interactions in Pb2V3O9 and Pb2As2VO9. Chem Mater 20:6929–6938CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  29. Nadir S, Swinnea JS, Steinfink H (1999) Crystal structure and physical properties of BiCoPO5. J Solid State Chem 148:295–301CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  30. Pekov IV, Levitskiy VV, Krivovichev SV, Zolotarev AA, Bryzgalov IA, Zadov AE, Chukanov NV (2012) New nickel-uranium-arsenic mineral species from the oxidation zone of the Belorechenskoye deposit, Northern Caucasus, Russia: I. Rauchite, Ni(UO2)2(AsO4)2·10H2O, a member of the autunite group. Eur J Mineral 24:913–922CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  31. Pekov IV, Zelenski ME, Yapaskurt VO, Polekhovsky YS, Murashko MN (2013a) Starovaite, KCu5O(VO4)3, a new mineral from fumarole sublimates of the Tolbachik volcano, Kamchatka, Russia. Eur J Mineral 25:91–96CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  32. Pekov IV, Zubkova NV, Zelenski ME, Yapaskurt VO, Polekhovsky Y, Fadeeva OA, Pushcharovsky DYu (2013b) Yaroshevskite, Cu9O2(VO4)4Cl2, a new mineral from the Tolbachik volcano, Kamchatka, Russia. Mineral Mag 77:107–116CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  33. Pekov IV, Zubkova NV, Yapaskurt VO, Belakovskiy DI, Lykova IS, Vigasina MF, Sidorov EG, Dyu P (2014a) New arsenate minerals from the Arsenatnaya fumarole, volcano, Kamchatka, Russia. I. Yurmarinite, Na7(Fe3 +, Mg, Cu)4(AsO4)6. Mineral Mag 78:905–917Google Scholar
  34. Pekov IV, Zubkova NV, Goettlicher J, Yapaskurt VO, Chukanov NV, Lykova IS, Belakovskiy DI, Jensen MC, Leising JF, Nikischer AJ, Pushcharovsky DYu (2014b) Whitecapsite, a new hydrous iron and trivalent antimony arsenate mineral from the White Caps mine, Nevada, USA. Eur J Mineral 26:577–587Google Scholar
  35. Radosavljevic I, Evans JSO, Sleight AW (1999) Synthesis and structure of bismuth copper arsenate. J Alloy Compd 284:99–103CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  36. Radosavljevic I, Howard JAK, Sleight AW (2000) Synthesis and structure of two new bismuth cadmium vanadates, BiCdVO5 and BiCd2VO6, and structures of BiCa2AsO6 and BiMg2PO6. Int J Inorg Mater 2:543–550CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  37. Roberts AC, Burns PC, Gault RA, Criddle AJ, Feinglos MN, Stirling JAR (2001) Paganoite, NiBi3+As5+O5, a new mineral from Johanngeorgenstadt, Saxony, Germany: description and crystal structure. Eur J Mineral 13:167–175CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  38. Shuvalov RR, Vergasova LP, Semenova TF, Filatov SK, Krivovichev SV, Siidra OI, Rudashevsky NS (2013) Prewittite, KPb1.5Cu6Zn(SeO3)2O2Cl10, a new mineral from Tolbachik Fumaroles, Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia: description and crystal structure. Am Mineral 98:463–469CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  39. Starova GL, Vergasova LP, Filatov SK, Britvin SN, Anan’ev VV (2012) Lammerite-β, Cu3(AsO4)2, a new mineral from fumaroles of the Great Fissure Tolbachik eruption, Kamchatka Peninsula, Russia. Geol Ore Dep 54:565–569CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  40. Vergasova LP, Semenova TF, Krivovichev SV, Filatov SK, Zolotarev AA, Ananiev VV (2014) Nicksobolevite, Cu7(SeO3)2O2Cl6, a new complex copper oxoselenite chloride from Tolbachik fumaroles, Kamchatka peninsula, Russia. Eur J Mineral 26:439–449CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  41. Xun X, Uma S, Yokochi A, Sleight AW (2002a) Synthesis and structure of BiMnPO5. J Alloys Compd 338:51–53CrossRefGoogle Scholar
  42. Xun X, Yokochi A, Sleight AW (2002b) Synthesis and structure of BiMnVO5 and BiMnAsO5. J Solid State Chem 168:224–228CrossRefGoogle Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2015

Authors and Affiliations

  • Almaz Aliev
    • 1
  • Michael S. Kozin
    • 1
    • 2
  • Marie Colmont
    • 1
  • Oleg I. Siidra
    • 2
  • Sergey V. Krivovichev
    • 2
  • Olivier Mentré
    • 1
  1. 1.UCCS, UMR 8181Université Lille Nord de France, USTLVilleneuve d’AscqFrance
  2. 2.Department of CrystallographySt. Petersburg State UniversitySt. PetersburgRussia

Personalised recommendations