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Calcium and strontium thio­sulfate, CaS2O3·6H2O and SrS2O3·5H2O

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Abstract:

In contrast to former morphological studies, the results presented here show that calcium(II) thio­sulfate hexahydrate, CaS2O3·6H2O, crystallizes centrosymmetrically in the pinacoidal class (point group ). The structure is characterized by chains, parallel to [100], of alternating S2O3 and Ca(H2O)6O2 groups sharing common O atoms. The composition of each chain link is [Ca(H2O)6(S2O3)]. The geometry is analysed and compared in detail with the structural features of monoclinic strontium(II) thio­sulfate pentahydrate, SrS2O3·5H2O, which forms layers, parallel to (100), of alternating S2O3 and Sr(H2O)4O5 groups connected via common O atoms and O–O edges. Each layer contains [Sr(H2O)3O(S2O3)] as the unique repeat unit.

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1107/S0108270104017986

Publication date: October 1, 2004

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