Solid-state synthesis and X-ray diffraction studies of Na2S

Kizilyalli, M.
Bilgin, M.
Kizilyalli, H.M.
Na2S was synthesized by a new solid-gas reaction of Na2CO3 with a sulfidizing gas mixture and a solid-solid reaction of carbon with Na2SO4. The reaction products were analyzed by X-ray powder diffraction and IR methods. Two new crystal modifications of Na2S were identified in addition to the previously reported antifluorite structure. They were designated as cubic Form II and orthorhombic Form III. The approximate unit cell dimensions were found to be a = 11.29 Å for the cubic form and a = 15.94, b = 16.00, and c = 16.18 Å for the orthorhombic form.

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M. Kizilyalli, M. Bilgin, and H. M. Kizilyalli, “Solid-state synthesis and X-ray diffraction studies of Na2S,” Journal of Solid State Chemistry, vol. 85, no. 2, pp. 283–292, 1990, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: