Crystal Chemistry of 1:1 Molecular Complexes of Carbamate Salts Formed by Slow Aerial Carbonation of Amines
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- Mondal, R. & Bhunia, M.K. J Chem Crystallogr (2008) 38: 787. doi:10.1007/s10870-008-9391-1
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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.