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The molecular structure of (Sm(C24H25)Cl2(C4H6N2)2(C4H8O))·2C7H8, a novel Lewis base adduct of DmpSmCl2 (Dmp = 2,6‐dimesitylphenyl), is reported. It features a monomeric six‐coordinate distorted octahedral arrangement (the mer isomer) about the metal atom, which is coordinated by two...
In the title compound, C16H10N2S2, (I), which was synthesized via the reaction of 2,2′‐thenil and 1,2‐phenylenediamine, the thienyl rings display ideal geometries, with no evidence of ring‐flip disorders often found with unsubstituted terminal 2‐thienyl rings (Zheng, Wang, Liu,...
In the title molecule, C22H18O2, the dihedral angles formed by the planes of the benzene rings are 70.0 (1), 82.9 (1) and 31.1 (1)Degrees, respectively. In the crystal structure, inversion-related molecules are linked by C-HO hydrogen bonds to form dimeric pairs and these, translated along the a...
In the title compound, (Ag(C6H14N2))(CF3SO3), the Ag atom is coordinated by two N atoms from the two symmetry‐related 1,2‐diaminocyclohexane ligands, giving linear polymeric chains with a (‐silver‐ligand‐)n backbone running parallel to the a direction. In the crystal packing, the...
In the title compound, C20H19NO4S, the structure is stabilized by intermolecular and intramolecular C-HO hydrogen bonds. The thieno2,3-bpyridine moiety is planar.
The title compound, (15S)-15,16-diacetato-3,20-epoxy-3-hydroxy-9-epi-7-pimaren-19,6-olide chloroform solvate, C24H32O8.CHCl3, formed from the diacetylation of acrenol, isolated from the tubers of Humirianthera ampla, crystallizes as a chloroform solvate. The anomalous dispersion of the Cl atoms...
In the title compound, C19H24N2O4S2, the substituted 1,4-dihydropyridine ring has a flat-boat conformation. The two ethoxycarbonyl groups are twisted in the same direction and the plane of the 2-thiophene ring is almost perpendicular to the 1,4-dihydropyridine ring.
The structure of the title compound, C26H14N2O6·2C2H6OS, shows the essentially planar molecule to be centrosymmetric and hydrogen‐bonded via the phenolic H atom to DMSO molecules.
The title compound, (CH3CNLiOC6H5)4 or (Li4(C6H5O)4(C2H3N)4), is tetrameric with a distorted Li4O4 cube core. The molecule has crystallographic symmetry. Each Li atom has distorted tetrahedral coordination, with bonds to three triply bridging phenoxo ligands and a terminal acetonitrile ligand...
The title fused tricyclic phosphoroheterocycle, C11H13N2O2PS, was unexpectedly synthesized by the reaction of a multifunctional compound, 2-N-(2'-hydroxy)ethylamino-N'-ethylbenzamide, with tris(diethylamino)phosphine in the presence of iodine as catalyst. The crystallographic data analysis...
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