Crystalline Inclusion Compounds Derived from 1,1'-Bis(ethenyl-2-pyridyl)ferrocene and (±)-1,1'-Bi-2-naphthol in Different Solvents

  • In Su Lee
  • Young Keun Chung
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Abstract

Crystallization of organometallic dipyridine(1,1'-bis(ethenyl-2-pyridyl)-ferrocene) (1) with(±)-1,1'-bi-2-naphthol (2) from EtOH,i-PrOH, (±)-2-BuOH, and MeOH forms crystallineinclusion compounds of stoichiometries1 β2 β C2H5OH (3, 1 β 2 β C3H7OH (4),1 β 2 β C4H9OH (5),and 1 β 2 β CH3OHβH2O(6), respectively. Thecrystalline species 3, 4, and 5 areisostructural with the three molecular componentsinterlinked by hydrogen bonds to form a columnarstructure. In 6, the four molecular componentsare interlinked by hydrogen bonds to form atwo-dimensional framework structure.

crystalline inclusion compounds hydrogen bonding X-ray structure determination dipyridine naphthol 

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  • In Su Lee
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  • Young Keun Chung
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  1. 1.School of Chemistry and Center for Molecular CatalysisSeoul National UniversitySeoulKorea

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