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Structure of Basic Copper Chloride
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Basic Copper Chloride(WSDTY) is orthorhombic, with two crystallographically independent Cu and hydroxyl oxygen atoms in the asymmetric unit. Both Cu atoms display characteristically Jahn-Teller distorted octahedral (4+2) coordination geometry: each Cu is bonded to four nearest OH groups with Cu-OH distance of 2.01?; in addition, one of Cu atoms is bonded to two Cl atoms (at 2.76?) to form a [Cu(OH)4Cl2] octahedron, and the other Cu atom is bonded to one Cl atom (at 2.75?) and a distant OH group (at 2.36?) to form a [Cu(OH)5Cl] octahedron. The two different types of octahedron are edge-linked to form a three-dimensional framework with the [Cu(OH)5Cl] octahedron cross-linking the [Cu(OH)4Cl2] octahedron layers parallel to (110) .
Botallackite crystallizes in monoclinic with space group P21/m. Like in atacamite, there are two different types of Cu coordination geometries: Jahn-Teller distorted octahedral [Cu(OH)4Cl2] and [Cu(OH)5Cl]. But these octahedra assemble in different ways. Each octahedron shares six edges with surrounding octahedra, forming a two-dimensional sheet-type structure parallel to (100). The adjacent sheets are held together by hydrogen bonding between the hydroxyl oxygen atoms of one sheet and the opposing chlorine atoms in the other sheets. The resulting weak bonding between the sheets accounts for the perfect (100) cleavage and the typical platy habit of botallackite.
Paratacamite is rhombohedral, space group R3. It has a well-developed substructure with a’=a/2, c’=c, apparent space group R3m. There are four crystallographically independent Cu atoms in the asymmetric unit. The Cu atoms display three different types of octahedral coordination geometries. Three quarters of the Cu atoms are coordinated to four near OH groups and two distant Cl atoms, giving the expected (4+2) configuration [Cu(OH)4Cl2].
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