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(4-Nitro-phenolato)(subphthalo-cyaninato)boron(III).

Paton AS, Lough AJ, Bender TP - Acta Crystallogr Sect E Struct Rep Online (2010)

Bottom Line: The main feature of the structure of the title compound, C(30)H(16)BN(7)O(3) or NO(2)PhO-BsubPc, are pairs of mol-ecules linked through π-inter-actions between the concave faces of the BsubPc fragments at a distance of 3.5430 (11) Å across an inversion centre.However, the angle between the planes of the five- and six-menbered rings involved in this inter-action is 1.44 (10)°, causing the inter-acting BsubPcs units to be slightly askew rather than parallel as is typical for π-stacking inter-actions.

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The main feature of the structure of the title compound, C(30)H(16)BN(7)O(3) or NO(2)PhO-BsubPc, are pairs of mol-ecules linked through π-inter-actions between the concave faces of the BsubPc fragments at a distance of 3.5430 (11) Å across an inversion centre. However, the angle between the planes of the five- and six-menbered rings involved in this inter-action is 1.44 (10)°, causing the inter-acting BsubPcs units to be slightly askew rather than parallel as is typical for π-stacking inter-actions.

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Extended crystal structure of NO2PhO-BsubPc shown from two views.
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Fap2: Extended crystal structure of NO2PhO-BsubPc shown from two views.


(4-Nitro-phenolato)(subphthalo-cyaninato)boron(III).

Paton AS, Lough AJ, Bender TP - Acta Crystallogr Sect E Struct Rep Online (2010)

Extended crystal structure of NO2PhO-BsubPc shown from two views.
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Fap2: Extended crystal structure of NO2PhO-BsubPc shown from two views.
Bottom Line: The main feature of the structure of the title compound, C(30)H(16)BN(7)O(3) or NO(2)PhO-BsubPc, are pairs of mol-ecules linked through π-inter-actions between the concave faces of the BsubPc fragments at a distance of 3.5430 (11) Å across an inversion centre.However, the angle between the planes of the five- and six-menbered rings involved in this inter-action is 1.44 (10)°, causing the inter-acting BsubPcs units to be slightly askew rather than parallel as is typical for π-stacking inter-actions.

View Article: PubMed Central - HTML - PubMed

ABSTRACT
The main feature of the structure of the title compound, C(30)H(16)BN(7)O(3) or NO(2)PhO-BsubPc, are pairs of mol-ecules linked through π-inter-actions between the concave faces of the BsubPc fragments at a distance of 3.5430 (11) Å across an inversion centre. However, the angle between the planes of the five- and six-menbered rings involved in this inter-action is 1.44 (10)°, causing the inter-acting BsubPcs units to be slightly askew rather than parallel as is typical for π-stacking inter-actions.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus