Acta Cryst. (2000). C56, e509-e510 [ doi:10.1107/S010827010001338X ]
Abstract: In the two title adducts, C8H4Cl2O4·2C9H9NO and C8H2Cl4O4·2C9H9NO, respectively, the dicarboxylic acid is connected to two cinnamamide molecules through cyclic hydrogen bonds. The arrangement of the C=C bonds of neighbouring cinnamamide molecules is twisted.
Formula: C8H4Cl2O4·2C9H9NO and C8H2Cl4O4·2C9H9NO
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