The following articles are a selection of those recently accepted for publication in Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online.
This list will generally be short, as papers in this journal are published online as soon as proofs are returned.
See also Forthcoming articles in all IUCr journals.
Synopsis: N-HO, N-HCl and O-HO hydrogen bonds between cations and anions in the complex salt (C4H7N2)+[Sn(H2O)Cl3(C2O4)]- are responsible for the formation of a three-dimensional network structure.
Synopsis: The title salt consists of a dimethylammonium cation (Me2NH2+), an hydrogenoxalate anion (HC2O4-), and half a molecule of oxalic acid (H2C2O4) situated about an inversion center. They are linked together through intermolecular hydrogen bonds, forming a two-dimensional bilayer-like self-assembly.
Synopsis: The complex cation and the two crystallographically different iodide anions, each located on a different glide plane, are well separated in the crystal structure. The V(CN)7 core of the cation has the form of a distorted monocapped trigonal prism. This compound is of interest as the first isolable homoleptic seven-coordinate vanadium analog of the unknown 18-electron [V(CO)7]+ monocation.
Synopsis: In the title compound, the carbazole ring system is essentially planar (maximum deviation = 0.025 Å). The crystal packing is stabilized by intermolecular C-H interactions, forming a three-dimensional supramolecular network.
Synopsis: In the title compound, C25H20ClN3O, the dihedral between the carbazole and quinoline ring systems is 50.2 (1)°. The crystal packing features C-H and - interactions, which generate a three-dimensional network.
Synopsis: The title compound, has an E conformation about the azomethine double bond and an intramolecular O-HN hydrogen bond involving the phenolic hydrogen and the azomethine N atom. In the crystal, molecules are linked by bifurcated N-HO hydrogen bonds involving the same acceptor atom, forming chains propagating along .
Synopsis: In the first reported crystal structure of the family of lithium phosphate diesters, the Li atom is in a slightly distorted tetrahedral coordination environment and exhibits one intramolecular O-HO hydrogen bond between a coordinating methanol molecule and the terminal noncoordinating O atom of the phosphate group. The unit is connected with two noncoordinating methanol molecules through two intermolecular O-HO hydrogen bonds and with a neighbouring unit through two other O-HO interactions.
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