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Cation-Cation Three-Membered Ring Formation

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The stoichiometric compound FeS undergoes an electron-ordering transition at T α≈140°C on heating, T α≈100°C on cooling. It is pointed out that the various magnetic, crystallographic, and electric properties associated with this transition are compatible with the formation of three-electron Fe2+—Fe2+ bonds within the basal planes. This rather unexpected effect brings to nine the number of different electron-ordering transitions that can be identified. It is also noted that Mn2Mo3O8 probably represents a closely related type of electron ordering.

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  • Basal Plane
  • Molybdenum Oxide
  • Squareness Ratio
  • Nickel Zinc Ferrite
  • Electrical Conductivity Parallel

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Goodenough, J.B. (1962). Cation-Cation Three-Membered Ring Formation. In: Osborn, J.A. (eds) Proceedings of the Seventh Conference on Magnetism and Magnetic Materials. Springer, Boston, MA. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4899-6391-8_68

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