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Dicalcium triacetate nitrate dihydrate

Cooksey, B G and Gibson, L T and Kennedy, A R and Littlejohn, D and Stewart, L and Tennent, N H (1999) Dicalcium triacetate nitrate dihydrate. Acta Crystallographica Section C: Crystal Structure Communications, 55. pp. 324-326. ISSN 0108-2701

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Abstract

The structure of tri-mu-acetato-diaqua-mu-nitrato-dicalcium [Ca-2(CH3COO)(3)(NO3)(H2O)(2)](n), is shown to consist of infinite O-bridged double-stranded calcium chains crosslinked both by bridging anions and by hydrogen bonding to form a three-dimensional polymer. Both the independent Ca centres are eight-coordinate.