The structure of NH4F as determined by neutron and X-ray diffraction

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Adrian, H.W.W. ; Feil, D. (1969)

Neutron and X-ray intensities of NH4F were measured at -196°C and -155°C respectively. The wurtzite type structure and space group P63mc were confirmed. The displacement of the two h.c.p. sublattices, formed by each of the F-- and NH+4- ions, is such that all bond-dista... View more
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