Breakdown of the hydrogen bond strength-length analogy: A revision

M. Mascal, C. E. Marjo, A. J. Blake

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Abstract

A recent study which addressed the nature of the association between hydrogenoxalate anions in the solid state came to the conclusion that short OH···O contacts between these species did not constitute an attractive interaction, but one which simply minimized inter-anion repulsion; in the light of new crystallographic evidence and a solution study, some issues raised in this work need to be re-evaluated.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)1591-1592
Number of pages2
JournalChemical Communications
Issue number17
StatePublished - Sep 7 2000
Externally publishedYes

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Mascal, M., Marjo, C. E., & Blake, A. J. (2000). Breakdown of the hydrogen bond strength-length analogy: A revision. Chemical Communications, (17), 1591-1592.

Breakdown of the hydrogen bond strength-length analogy : A revision. / Mascal, M.; Marjo, C. E.; Blake, A. J.

In: Chemical Communications, No. 17, 07.09.2000, p. 1591-1592.

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Mascal, M, Marjo, CE & Blake, AJ 2000, 'Breakdown of the hydrogen bond strength-length analogy: A revision', Chemical Communications, no. 17, pp. 1591-1592.
Mascal M, Marjo CE, Blake AJ. Breakdown of the hydrogen bond strength-length analogy: A revision. Chemical Communications. 2000 Sep 7;(17):1591-1592.
Mascal, M. ; Marjo, C. E. ; Blake, A. J. / Breakdown of the hydrogen bond strength-length analogy : A revision. In: Chemical Communications. 2000 ; No. 17. pp. 1591-1592.
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