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Open network structures from 2D hydrogen bonded networks: diaminotriazyl tetraoxapentacenes

Open network structures from 2D hydrogen bonded networks: diaminotriazyl tetraoxapentacenes
Louise N. Dawe, William Buck, Kenneth E. Maly
Crystals of 1 show two-dimensional hydrogen-bonded sheets that are prevented from packing closely by the large core, resulting in open network structures.

Publisher URL: http://feeds.rsc.org/~r/rss/CE/~3/Q-_uM4qGmcQ/C7CE01247K

DOI: 2017/CE/C7CE01247K

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