An electron diffraction and crystal chemical investigation of oxygen/fluorine ordering in rutile-type iron oxyfluoride, FeOF.
Rutile-type iron oxyfluoride, FeOF, has been synthesized by the reaction of FeF3 with Fe2O3 in a sealed platinum tube at 950°C. The compound was previously believed to have a random distribution of oxygen and fluorine anions surrounding each of the Fe3+
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