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Title: Materials Data on InSiH11C3Br3N by Materials Project

Abstract

InSiC3NH11Br3 is Silicon tetrafluoride-derived structured and crystallizes in the monoclinic P2_1/c space group. The structure is zero-dimensional and consists of four InSiC3NH11Br3 clusters. In3+ is bonded to one N3- and three Br1- atoms to form InBr3N tetrahedra that share a cornercorner with one SiC3N tetrahedra. The In–N bond length is 2.25 Å. There are two shorter (2.52 Å) and one longer (2.53 Å) In–Br bond lengths. Si4+ is bonded to three C4- and one N3- atom to form SiC3N tetrahedra that share a cornercorner with one InBr3N tetrahedra. There is two shorter (1.86 Å) and one longer (1.87 Å) Si–C bond length. The Si–N bond length is 1.85 Å. There are three inequivalent C4- sites. In the first C4- site, C4- is bonded to one Si4+ and three H1+ atoms to form corner-sharing CSiH3 tetrahedra. All C–H bond lengths are 1.10 Å. In the second C4- site, C4- is bonded to one Si4+ and three H1+ atoms to form corner-sharing CSiH3 tetrahedra. All C–H bond lengths are 1.10 Å. In the third C4- site, C4- is bonded to one Si4+ and three H1+ atoms to form corner-sharing CSiH3 tetrahedra. All C–H bond lengths are 1.10 Å. N3- is bonded inmore » a 2-coordinate geometry to one In3+, one Si4+, and two H1+ atoms. Both N–H bond lengths are 1.03 Å. There are eleven inequivalent H1+ sites. In the first H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the second H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the third H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one N3- atom. In the fourth H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the fifth H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one N3- atom. In the sixth H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the seventh H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the eighth H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the ninth H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the tenth H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the eleventh H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. There are three inequivalent Br1- sites. In the first Br1- site, Br1- is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one In3+ atom. In the second Br1- site, Br1- is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one In3+ atom. In the third Br1- site, Br1- is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one In3+ atom.« less

Authors:
Publication Date:
Other Number(s):
mp-1197178
DOE Contract Number:  
AC02-05CH11231; EDCBEE
Research Org.:
Lawrence Berkeley National Lab. (LBNL), Berkeley, CA (United States). LBNL Materials Project
Sponsoring Org.:
USDOE Office of Science (SC), Basic Energy Sciences (BES)
Collaborations:
MIT; UC Berkeley; Duke; U Louvain
Subject:
36 MATERIALS SCIENCE
Keywords:
crystal structure; InSiH11C3Br3N; Br-C-H-In-N-Si
OSTI Identifier:
1758001
DOI:
https://doi.org/10.17188/1758001

Citation Formats

The Materials Project. Materials Data on InSiH11C3Br3N by Materials Project. United States: N. p., 2020. Web. doi:10.17188/1758001.
The Materials Project. Materials Data on InSiH11C3Br3N by Materials Project. United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.17188/1758001
The Materials Project. 2020. "Materials Data on InSiH11C3Br3N by Materials Project". United States. doi:https://doi.org/10.17188/1758001. https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/1758001. Pub date:Thu Sep 03 00:00:00 EDT 2020
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title = {Materials Data on InSiH11C3Br3N by Materials Project},
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abstractNote = {InSiC3NH11Br3 is Silicon tetrafluoride-derived structured and crystallizes in the monoclinic P2_1/c space group. The structure is zero-dimensional and consists of four InSiC3NH11Br3 clusters. In3+ is bonded to one N3- and three Br1- atoms to form InBr3N tetrahedra that share a cornercorner with one SiC3N tetrahedra. The In–N bond length is 2.25 Å. There are two shorter (2.52 Å) and one longer (2.53 Å) In–Br bond lengths. Si4+ is bonded to three C4- and one N3- atom to form SiC3N tetrahedra that share a cornercorner with one InBr3N tetrahedra. There is two shorter (1.86 Å) and one longer (1.87 Å) Si–C bond length. The Si–N bond length is 1.85 Å. There are three inequivalent C4- sites. In the first C4- site, C4- is bonded to one Si4+ and three H1+ atoms to form corner-sharing CSiH3 tetrahedra. All C–H bond lengths are 1.10 Å. In the second C4- site, C4- is bonded to one Si4+ and three H1+ atoms to form corner-sharing CSiH3 tetrahedra. All C–H bond lengths are 1.10 Å. In the third C4- site, C4- is bonded to one Si4+ and three H1+ atoms to form corner-sharing CSiH3 tetrahedra. All C–H bond lengths are 1.10 Å. N3- is bonded in a 2-coordinate geometry to one In3+, one Si4+, and two H1+ atoms. Both N–H bond lengths are 1.03 Å. There are eleven inequivalent H1+ sites. In the first H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the second H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the third H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one N3- atom. In the fourth H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the fifth H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one N3- atom. In the sixth H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the seventh H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the eighth H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the ninth H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the tenth H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. In the eleventh H1+ site, H1+ is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one C4- atom. There are three inequivalent Br1- sites. In the first Br1- site, Br1- is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one In3+ atom. In the second Br1- site, Br1- is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one In3+ atom. In the third Br1- site, Br1- is bonded in a single-bond geometry to one In3+ atom.},
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