, Volume 38, Issue 10, pp 787-792
Date: 18 Apr 2008

Crystal Chemistry of 1:1 Molecular Complexes of Carbamate Salts Formed by Slow Aerial Carbonation of Amines

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Abstract

Amines do have rare tendency to undergo aerial carbonation to form carbamic acid. Four different 1:1 molecular complex of carbamate salts reported herein obtained by the aerial carbonation of cyclic amines. X-ray crystal structures show a systematic change in the molecular structure did bring some gradual supramolecular change from one structural motif to another.

Index Abstract

Amines do have rare tendency to undergo aerial carbonation to form carbamic acid. Four different 1:1 molecular complexes of carbamate salts reported herein obtained by the aerial carbonation of cyclic amines. X-ray crystal structures show a systematic change in the molecular structure did bring some gradual supramolecular change from one structural motif to another.