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Structure of 7-methyl-1(2)a,1(6)a,3(4)a-trihomocubane-1(6)a,3(4)a-dione,star-c12h12o2- a case of enantiomeric and rotational disorder

Murthy, GS and Venkatesan, K (1984) Structure of 7-methyl-1(2)a,1(6)a,3(4)a-trihomocubane-1(6)a,3(4)a-dione,star-c12h12o2- a case of enantiomeric and rotational disorder. In: Acta crystallographica section c-crystal structure communications, 40 (Sep). pp. 1581-1584.

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Abstract

M r = 188.22, monoclinic, P21/n, a = 6.219 (2), b= 10.508 (2), c=7.339 (1)A, t= 107.64 (2) °, V= 457 ,/k 3, Z = 2, D m - - 1.360 (3), D x = 1.366 (2)Mgm -3, ~,(MoKa) = 0.7107/~, #= 0.053 mm -I, F(000) = 200, T= 293 K. Final R = 5.8% for 614 significant reflections. The molecule, which does not possess a centre of symmetry, occupies a crystallographic centre of symmetry because of the statistical enantiomeric and rotational disorder. Latticeenergy calculations, based on van der Waals attractive and repulsive potentials, clearly show minima at the observed disordered positions.

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Department/Centre: Division of Chemical Sciences > Organic Chemistry
Date Deposited: 08 Feb 2010 06:37
Last Modified: 19 Sep 2010 05:34
URI: http://eprints.iisc.ernet.in/id/eprint/20719

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