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Figure 5
Hirshfeld surfaces of benzyl­ammonium (bottom) and phenyl­acetate (top) mol­ecules in 1 mapped with dnorm. Red spots indicate contact areas shorter than the van der Waals separation. Those contacts can be attributed to the following inter­molecular inter­actions: N1—H11⋯O1 (A/A′), N—H13⋯O2 (B/B′), N—H12⋯O2 (C/C′), C2—H2B⋯O1 (D/D′), C8—H8⋯O1 (E/E′), and C9—H9Bπ (F/F′). The map ranges from −0.6825 to 1.3335 a.u. for phenyl­acetate and −0.6822 to 1.4269 a.u. for benzyl­ammonium.

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