The partitioning must ensure an appropriate assignment of charges, Qf. Qh Qt Vt. Definition of coordination number. The coordination number of an ion is the number of ions to which it is linked by electrostatic flux. The chemical bonding can be completely described in terms of localized bonds between neighbouring atoms.
Rule 3. Rule The breaking of symmetry is always the consequence of an identifiable chemical or spatial constraint. Rule The sum of the valences of all the bonds formed by an ion is equal to the valence of the ion. Condition 3. The stoichiometry must obey the electroneutrality principle, namely that the sum of all the atomic valences formal ionic charges , having regard to their sign, is zero. Condition The bond graph must be bipartite as described in Section 3.
Rule Increasing the bond valence between two ions reduces the distance between them as shown in Fig. Rule If an ion is placed in an environment in which the average bond length is too long, i. Rule 4. Valence matching principle, Rule The most stable compounds are formed between cations and anions that have the same bonding strength. Coordination number rule.
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Rule 6. Rule In a given space group, all the Wyckoff positions with the same multiplicity, mw, have site symmetries of the same order, ms. The order of the site symmetry of any Wyckoff position is in inverse proportion to its multiplicity. S, mw,. Since all the atoms in the chemical formula must exist on one or other of the Wyckoff positions of a crystal, the multiplicity of an occupied Wyckoff position must correspond to the frequency with which the corresponding atom appears in the chemical formula, and the site symmetry of the Wyckoff position must correspond to a possible symmetry of the atom's bonded environment.
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