Pauling's_Rules_F10

Pauling's_Rules_F10 - Paulings Rules GLY 4200 Fall, 2010 1...

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1 Pauling’s Rules GLY 4200 Fall, 2010
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2 Planar Packing Hexagonal array of spheres
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3 Primitive Hexagonal Array A type of close packing
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4 A-B Layers Closest-packing
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5 Hexagonal Closest Packing
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6 A-B-C Layers Another form of closest-packing
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7 Cubic Closest Packing
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8 Halite Structure A derivative of the CCP structure
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9 Beryl • Beryl is Be 3 Al 2 Si 6 O 18 - unit cell shown above The yellow Si tetrahedra are in the upper layer, the green ones in the lower layer The purple tetrahedra contain Be The solitary blue atoms are Al, in 6-fold coordination with the adjacent tetrahedral oxygens
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10 Corner Sharing Tetrahedra sharing one atom
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11 Edge Sharing Two atoms shared
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12 Face Sharing Three atoms shared
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13 Linus Pauling One of two people who have been the sole recipient of two Nobel Prizes, the prize for chemistry in 1954 and the peace prize in 1960 During his long life, he was engaged in a broad range of interests within the sciences and, along with many of his
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