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Dimethyl-ammonium 3-carb-oxy-benzoate.

Siddiqui T, Koteswara Rao V, Zeller M, Lovelace-Cameron SR - Acta Crystallogr Sect E Struct Rep Online (2012)

Bottom Line: The asymmetric unit of the title organic salt, C(2)H(8)N(+)·C(8)H(5)O(4) (-), consists of two dimethyl-ammonium cations and two 3-carb-oxy-benzoate anions.Neighbouring chains are further connected by the dimethyl-ammonium cations via N-H⋯O bonds, resulting in a double-chain-like structure.The dihedral angles of all carboxylate groups with respect to the phenylene rings are in the range 7.9 (1)-20.48 (9)°.

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Affiliation: Department of Chemistry, Youngstown State University, One University Plaza, Youngstown, OH 44555, USA.

ABSTRACT
The asymmetric unit of the title organic salt, C(2)H(8)N(+)·C(8)H(5)O(4) (-), consists of two dimethyl-ammonium cations and two 3-carb-oxy-benzoate anions. The 3-carb-oxy-benzoate anions are linked via strong inter-molecular and nearly symmetrical O-H⋯O hydrogen bonds forming infinite chains parallel to [111]. Neighbouring chains are further connected by the dimethyl-ammonium cations via N-H⋯O bonds, resulting in a double-chain-like structure. The dihedral angles of all carboxylate groups with respect to the phenylene rings are in the range 7.9 (1)-20.48 (9)°.

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View of the double chain-like structure. A crystallographic inversion center between the two central phenylene rings relates the parallel chains with each other.
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Fap4: View of the double chain-like structure. A crystallographic inversion center between the two central phenylene rings relates the parallel chains with each other.


Dimethyl-ammonium 3-carb-oxy-benzoate.

Siddiqui T, Koteswara Rao V, Zeller M, Lovelace-Cameron SR - Acta Crystallogr Sect E Struct Rep Online (2012)

View of the double chain-like structure. A crystallographic inversion center between the two central phenylene rings relates the parallel chains with each other.
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Fap4: View of the double chain-like structure. A crystallographic inversion center between the two central phenylene rings relates the parallel chains with each other.
Bottom Line: The asymmetric unit of the title organic salt, C(2)H(8)N(+)·C(8)H(5)O(4) (-), consists of two dimethyl-ammonium cations and two 3-carb-oxy-benzoate anions.Neighbouring chains are further connected by the dimethyl-ammonium cations via N-H⋯O bonds, resulting in a double-chain-like structure.The dihedral angles of all carboxylate groups with respect to the phenylene rings are in the range 7.9 (1)-20.48 (9)°.

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Affiliation: Department of Chemistry, Youngstown State University, One University Plaza, Youngstown, OH 44555, USA.

ABSTRACT
The asymmetric unit of the title organic salt, C(2)H(8)N(+)·C(8)H(5)O(4) (-), consists of two dimethyl-ammonium cations and two 3-carb-oxy-benzoate anions. The 3-carb-oxy-benzoate anions are linked via strong inter-molecular and nearly symmetrical O-H⋯O hydrogen bonds forming infinite chains parallel to [111]. Neighbouring chains are further connected by the dimethyl-ammonium cations via N-H⋯O bonds, resulting in a double-chain-like structure. The dihedral angles of all carboxylate groups with respect to the phenylene rings are in the range 7.9 (1)-20.48 (9)°.

No MeSH data available.