Skip to main content Accessibility help
×
Home

X-ray powder diffraction analysis of an organic adduct m-nitrobenzoic acid diethanolamina for nonlinear optics

  • Yunxia Che (a1), Jimin Zheng (a1), Jianmin Hao (a2) and Lianqing Chu (a2)

Abstract

An organic adduct nonlinear optical material m-nitrobenzoic acid⋅diethanolamina (C11H16N2O6) has been characterized by X-ray powder diffraction. Experimental values of 2θ corrected for systematic errors, relative peak intensities, values of d, and the Miller indices of 56 observed reflections are reported. The powder diffraction data have been evaluated, and the figure of merit was found to be F30=57.9 (0.0108, 48). The unit cell parameters were refined by a least-squares fit with a Cc space group and a=22.973(5) Å, b=4.6657(6) Å, c=15.023(3) Å, β =124.45(1)°, V=1327.75 Å3; Z=4, Dx=1.37 g/cm3. The powder diffraction results are in agreement with those obtained from single crystal structure data.

Copyright

References

Hide All
Smith, G. S., and Snyder, R. L. (1979). “FN: A criterion for rating powder diffraction patterns and evaluating the reliability of powder pattern indexing,” J. Appl. Crystallogr. JACGAR 12, 6065. acr, JACGAR
Werner, P. E. (1964). Z. Kristallogr., Kristallgeom., Kristallphys., Kristallchem. ZKKKAJ 120, 375–87., ZKKKAJ
Yao, X., Wang, H.et al. (1992). “Crystal structure and nonlinear optical properties of m-nitrobenzoic acid diethanilamine adduct.” Asian Crystallographic Association. Singapore. 14B-3.

X-ray powder diffraction analysis of an organic adduct m-nitrobenzoic acid diethanolamina for nonlinear optics

  • Yunxia Che (a1), Jimin Zheng (a1), Jianmin Hao (a2) and Lianqing Chu (a2)

Metrics

Full text views

Total number of HTML views: 0
Total number of PDF views: 0 *
Loading metrics...

Abstract views

Total abstract views: 0 *
Loading metrics...

* Views captured on Cambridge Core between <date>. This data will be updated every 24 hours.

Usage data cannot currently be displayed