Supramolecular Hydrogen-bonded Structures in Organic Amine Squarates
Structures of monohydrogen squarates of methylamine, ethylenediamine, 1,3-diaminopropane, 1,4-diaminobutane, 1,5-diaminopentane, N,N'-diemethylpiperazine and N,N,N',N'-tetramethylguanidine have been studied in detail. The supramolecular hydrogen-bonded molecular networks are formed by the monoanion of squaric acid by itself or in association with the parent acid. Three types of hydrogen-bonded motifs are observed in these compounds, namely a liner chain, a cyclic dimer and a cyclic tetramer. These hydrogen-bonded motifs formed by the squaric acid species interact with the amine through N–H⋯O hydrogen-bonding and give rise to predominantly layered structures, while some of them also exhibit three-dimensional structures. Two of the monohydrogen squarate structures also exhibit π–π interactions between two squarate rings. The various hydrogen-bonding parameters in the amine squarates are discussed at length.
S. Mathew et al., "Supramolecular Hydrogen-bonded Structures in Organic Amine Squarates," Journal of Molecular Structure, vol. 641, no. 2-3, pp. 263-279, Elsevier, Nov 2002.
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Keywords and Phrases
1,3 Propanediamine; 1,4 Dimethylpiperazine; Cadaverine; Dimer; Ethylenediamine; Guanidine Derivative; Hydrogen; Methylamine; N,n,n',n' Tetramethylguanidine; Piperazine Derivative; Putrescine; Squaric Acid; Tetramer; Unclassified Drug; Article; Chemical Analysis; Chemical Structure; Hydrogen Bond; Interactions; Diamines; Hydrogen-bonding; Squaric Acid; Supramolecular Chemistry
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06 Nov 2002