Structure and polymorphism of the 10.10.10 Simmons and Park cryptand

A. S. Batsanov, A. J. Blake, N. M. Hext, M. Mascal

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Abstract

The first crystal structure of a 10.10.10 cryptand has been determined, during which an unusual single crystal phase transition was observed; at room temperature, crystals of macrobicycle 1d are monoclinic (α) but undergo a first-order topotactic phase change at 207 K to a triclinic (β) lattice; full structure determinations at 150 and 210 K were carried out and show that both phases adopt the in-in cryptand conformation.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)127-128
Number of pages2
JournalChemical Communications
Issue number1
StatePublished - Jan 7 2001

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    Batsanov, A. S., Blake, A. J., Hext, N. M., & Mascal, M. (2001). Structure and polymorphism of the 10.10.10 Simmons and Park cryptand. Chemical Communications, (1), 127-128.