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In the cation of the title compound C11H18ClN2+.Cl-, the quaternary N atom has a distorted tetrahedral geometry, and the other N a nearly planar-trigonal (owing to conjugation with the benzene ring) bonding geometry.
The crystal structure of the title compound, (1,4,7,10,13,16-hexaoxacyclooctadecane-6O)potassium chlorochromate(VI), K(C12H24O6)CrClO3, contains a K+ cation, complexed with one crown ether molecule, and a chlorochromate anion. The cation is located within the mean plane of the ether O atoms,...
The structure of the title compound, (C8H12N)(TlBr4), is characterized by tetracoordinate thallium, forming a regular tetrahedron TlBr4 with Tl—Br distances ranging between 2.528 (2) and 2.562 (2) Å. Chains of TlBr4 tetrahedra oriented along the c axis form pseudo‐hexagonal rings, containing...
The title 2,6‐disubstituted pyridine, C41H61NO4, with a crystallographic twofold axis, has an arrangement of molecules well organized to undergo multiple cyclometallation reactions.
The title compound, C8H7NO2, serves as an intermediate for the synthesis of citalopram. The packing of the planar molecules is stabilized by N—H⋯O and N—H⋯N hydrogen bonds.
The title compound, C10H12O3, has several intra- and intermolecular hydrogen bonds in the crystal structure. The molecules are linked into infinite chains along 011 via intermolecular O-HO hydrogen bonds. There are two molecules in the asymmetric unit.
The title compound, (Co(C13H10BrN2O)2)NO3, is a mononuclear cobalt(III) complex. The CoIII atom is coordinated by four N atoms and two O atoms of two Schiff base ligands, forming a slightly distorted octahedral coordination configuration.
The title compound, C29H26N2OP, containing four planar ring systems, exists in the Z form. The short CO 2.711 (3) A and CN 2.961 (3) and 2.997 (3) A intramolecular contacts may indicate the presence of weak intramolecular hydrogen bonds.
The p‐cresyl substituent is inclined by −69.5 (10)° and the heterocyclic subunit is tilted by 88.4 (7)° with respect to the bridging carbonate functionality in the title compound, C12H11NO3S2.
The title compound, C33H29N, was obtained by the reaction of 9-chloromethylanthracene and n-propylamine. Two anthracenylmethyl units are linked to the N atom of n-propylamine and the dihedral angle between the two anthracene systems is 64.3 (2)Degrees.
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