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Description Ball-and-stick and polyhedral model of part of the crystal structure of lithium nitride, Li3N.

Neutron diffraction data from Duncan H. Gregory, Paul M. O'Meara, Alexandra G. Gordon, Jason P. Hodges, Simine Short, and James D. Jorgensen (2002). "Structure of Lithium Nitride and Transition-Metal-Doped Derivatives, Li3−xyMxN (M = Ni, Cu): A Powder Neutron Diffraction Study". Chem. Mater. 14 (5): 2063-2070. DOI: 10.1021/cm010718t.

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Date 5 June 2008
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Author Ben Mills
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