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20A-1-002. 80Vou 50Don 50Don 10a Raman scattering: Fig. 20A-1-003. 11 Electrical conduction and photoconduction: see 12 Magnetic susceptibility: Fig. 20A-1-004. Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/36B1 60Nit, 64Nit 20 SbSI family Table 20A-1-001. BiSCl. Structure [80Vou]. Fractional coordinates of atoms at RT. 8073(2) 1/4 Table 20A-1-002. BiSCl. Structure [80Vou]. Anisotropic temperature parameters. Uij [Å2] is defined by Eq. (d) in Introduction. 0037(7) 0 0 0 0 0 0 Table 20A-1-003. BiSCl. Structure [80Vou].
BiSCl. Crystal form and axes [50Don]. Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/36B1 20 SbSI family Fig. 20A-1-002. BiSCl. Structure [80Vou]. View of unit cell. Landolt-Börnstein New Series III/36B1 20 SbSI family Fig. 20A-1-003. BiSCl. I vs. ∆v at 60 K [76Fur]. I: Raman scattering intensity. (a) X(YX)Y geometry. (b) X(ZX)Y geometry. Peak frequencies are given in units of cm–1. 7 ⋅ 1012 Hz in b. Fig. 20A-1-004. BiSCI, SbSBr, BiSeBr, SbSI, BiSI, SbSel, BiSeI. χmagn ρ vs. T [76Mat]. : Z. Anorg. Allg. Chem.