Acta Cryst. (2011). E67, o2169 [ doi:10.1107/S1600536811029382 ]
Abstract: The title molecular salt, C6H16N+·CH3SO3-, has been determined at 150 K. Two diisopropylammonium cations (dipH) and two anions form N-HO hydrogen-bonded cyclic dimers lying around centers of symmetry. Only two of the three O atoms of the methanesulfonate anion are involved in hydrogen bonding, resulting in slightly longer S-O bond lengths. The title structure represents an example of a sulfonate anion that is part of a hydrogen-bonding R44(12) graph-set motif, which is well known for related dipH acetates. Additionally, the Raman and the IR spectroscopic data for the title compound are presented.
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