Crystal and molecular structure of 1-(3-ammoniopropyl)silatrane chloride
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By single crystal X-ray diffraction the crystal and molecular structure of 1-(3-ammoniopropyl)silatrane chloride (I) is determined. One of three cations in the asymmetric unit of the crystal of I differs from the other two by the length of the coordination N → Si bond. The opposite electronic effects in two geometrically similar cations are transferred inductively through a three-carbon chain.
Keywords1-(3-ammoniopropyl)silatrane chloride molecular structure single crystal X-ray diffraction study
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