Acta Cryst. (2004). C60, o358-o360 [doi:10.1107/S0108270104007012]
Abstract: The molecular structures of the title compounds, C25H46N6 and C15H30N6, respectively, show the two guanidyl moieties each connected by propyl bridges. The different substitution pattern of the guanidyl groups has no influence on the distinct localization of their C=N double bonds. Both compounds exhibit approximate twofold symmetry and the crystal packing shows no prominent hydrogen-bonding interactions.
Formula: C25H46N6 and C15H30N6
Online 30 April 2004
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