Hydrogen bonds in the crystal structure of strontium hydroxide octahydrate Sr(OH)(2) center dot 8H(2)O

Autor(en): Reuter, Hans 
Kamaha, Shouassi
Zerzouf, Otmane
Stichwörter: Chemistry; Chemistry, Inorganic & Nuclear; Chemistry, Organic; coordination chemistry; HALIDES; hydrates; hydrogen bonds; hydroxides; strontium
Erscheinungsdatum: 2007
Herausgeber: VERLAG Z NATURFORSCH
Journal: ZEITSCHRIFT FUR NATURFORSCHUNG SECTION B-A JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL SCIENCES
Volumen: 62
Ausgabe: 2
Startseite: 215
Seitenende: 219
Zusammenfassung: 
Strontium hydroxide octabydrate Sr(OH)(2) center dot 8 H2O crystallizes in the tetragonal space group P4/ncc with cell constants a = 9.017(1) and c = 11.603(1) angstrom. The crystal structure has been refined from 2656 diffractometer data up to 2 theta = 60 degrees to an R value of 0.0303. With the new diffraction data it was possible to localize the positions of all hydrogen atoms for the first time and to describe the hydrogen bonding scheme in detail. The Sr2+ ions are square antiprismatically coordinated by eight water molecules. These {Sr(H2O)(8)}(2+) coordination polyhedra are linked with each other via hydrogen bonds in a way that linear columns parallel to the c axis result. The two hydroxyl anions of the asymmetric unit are linked by weak hydrogen bonds and are not coordinated to strontium atoms. Like the strontium atoms, they form linear chains parallel to the c axis. Both, {Sr(H2O)(8)}(2+) columns and OH- chains, are interconnected through two types of additional hydrogen bonds.
ISSN: 09320776
DOI: 10.1515/znb-2007-0212

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