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Hydrogen Bonding and C-H---O Interactions In 3-(3-Aminophthalimido)-Phthalic Acid Dihydrate
Acta Crystallographica
  • Allison J. Amonette, Georgia Southern University
  • Roger E. Gerkin, Ohio State University - Main Campus
Document Type
Article
Publication Date
1-1-2000
DOI
10.1107/S0108270100007083
Disciplines
Abstract
The title compound, C16H10N2O6·2H2O, crystallized in the centrosymmetric triclinic space group P1 with one organic molecule and two water molecules as the asymmetric unit. Eight intermolecular hydrogen bonds have donoracceptor distances in the range 2.602 (2)-3.289 (2) Å, with angles in the range 137 (2)-177 (2)°. These generate a three-dimensional hydrogen-bond network. There is a single intramolecular hydrogen bond. There are six significant intermolecular C-HO interactions with HO distances in the range 2.39-2.74 Å, and C-HO angles in the range 131-157°.
Citation Information
Allison J. Amonette and Roger E. Gerkin. "Hydrogen Bonding and C-H---O Interactions In 3-(3-Aminophthalimido)-Phthalic Acid Dihydrate" Acta Crystallographica Vol. C56 (2000) p. 1021 - 1023
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