Sr[B(OH)](IO) and LiSr[BO(OH)](IO): two unprecedented metal borate-iodates showing a subtle balance of enlarged band gap and birefringence.

Author(s) Peng, G.; Lin, C.; Zhao, D.; Cao, L.; Fan, H.; Chen, K.; Ye, N.
Journal Chem Commun (Camb)
Date Published 2019 Aug 29
Abstract

Two unprecedented metal borate-iodates, Sr[B(OH)4](IO3) (SBIO) and Li4Sr5[B12O22(OH)4](IO3)2 (LSBIO), were synthesized via the strategy of introducing (IO3)- into borates. In particular, the LSBIO possessed a new B12O26 fundamental building block (FBB). The two compounds integrated the advantages of both pure iodates and borates, showing enlarged band gaps and birefringence. Moreover, diverse B-O FBBs achieved the modulation of birefringence. This work reported the first two examples of borate-iodates.

DOI 10.1039/c9cc05021c
ISSN 1364-548X
Citation Peng G, Lin C, Zhao D, Cao L, Fan H, Chen K, et al. Sr[B(OH)](IO) and LiSr[BO(OH)](IO): two unprecedented metal borate-iodates showing a subtle balance of enlarged band gap and birefringence. Chem Commun (Camb). 2019.

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