NASICON Na1+xZr2P3-xSixO12

Jmol.jmolCheckbox(jmolApplet0, "hide sodiums", "display (sodiums,silicon,oxygen,zirconium)", "Hide sodiums") Jmol.jmolCheckbox(jmolApplet0, "hide sodiums;select @589; polyhedra bonds (atomno=589 and connected (6)) translucent; select @523;polyhedra bonds (atomno=523 and connected (4)) translucent; zoom in; color bonds silver;", "polyhedra (*) delete; select zirconium; color gold; select silicon; color purple; color bonds silver; zoom 125", "Show Single Sites") Jmol.jmolCheckbox(jmolApplet0, "hide sodiums;connect 2.0 (zirconium) (oxygen);connect (atomno=604)(atomno=476)delete; connect (atomno=604)(atomno=364)delete; connect (atomno=60)(atomno=364)delete;connect (atomno=604)(atomno=365)delete; connect (atomno=604)(atomno=470)delete;connect (atomno=608)(atomno=473)delete; connect (atomno=608)(atomno=333)delete; connect (atomno=608)(atomno=481)delete; connect (atomno=608)(atomno=343)delete;connect (atomno=602)(atomno=479)delete; connect (atomno=602)(atomno=329)delete; connect (atomno=602)(atomno=344)delete; connect (atomno=602)(atomno=483)delete;connect (atomno=606)(atomno=336)delete; connect (atomno=606)(atomno=471)delete; connect (atomno=606)(atomno=332)delete; connect (atomno=606)(atomno=475)delete; connect (atomno=580)(atomno=373)delete; connect (atomno=580)(atomno=374)delete; connect (atomno=580)(atomno=346)delete; connect (atomno=580)(atomno=338)delete;polyhedra bonds (zirconium and connected (6)) translucent gold", "polyhedra (zirconium and visible) delete;", "Show ZrO6 units") Jmol.jmolBr(); Jmol.jmolCheckbox(jmolApplet0, "hide sodiums;polyhedra bonds (silicon and connected (oxygen)) translucent purple", "polyhedra (silicon and visible) delete;", "Show P/SiO4 units") Jmol.jmolButton(jmolApplet0, 'select*;load ../model/craigmodel/NASICON.pdb;connect (sodiums) delete;select sodium;color grey;select zirconium;color gold;select silicon;color purple;boundbox;zoom 125;moveto { 743 -653 -146 7.42}', "Reset")

NASICON is a material whose structure comprises of linked ZrO6 octahedra and (P/Si)O4 tetrahedra, with channels running throughout the structure. These channels can allow the passage of Na+ through the structure and hence termed conduction channels.

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