BaB2O3F2: A New Barium Fluorooxoborate with a Unique 2/∞ [B2O3F]- Layer and Short Cutoff Edge.

Author(s) Huang, C.; Zhang, F.; Li, H.; Yang, Z.; Yu, H.; Pan, S.
Journal Chemistry
Date Published 2019 May 10
Abstract

Substitution of oxygen by fluorine in the borate group offers a materials platform from which intriguing structure and functionality may arise. Herein, we report a new fluorooxoborate, BaB O F , synthesized by introducing the F atoms into the BaO-B2O3 system. BaB2O3F2 exhibits a unique oxyfluoride layer 2/∞ [B2O3F]- and a deep-ultraviolet cutoff edge below 180 nm. The effect of the introduction of F atoms on the structure and optical property of the borate group has been investigated; this should be useful to further expand borate chemistry and materials.

DOI 10.1002/chem.201806350
ISSN 1521-3765
Citation Huang C, Zhang F, Li H, Yang Z, Yu H, Pan S. BaB2O3F2: A New Barium Fluorooxoborate with a Unique 2/∞ [B2O3F]- Layer and Short Cutoff Edge. Chemistry. 2019;25(27):6693-6697.

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