Unique Material?

Is it true that Lithium Beryllium Nitride (with varying concentrations of Lithium and Beryllium) is the only salt where the smaller ions fit into the
holes left by the close packed lattice of the larger ions? This has got to be good for something.
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I don't think that that is a salt, which is the product of the reaction between an acid and an alkali.
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Terry Harper
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Could probably be good battery material if it is a conductor.
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