Crystal and molecular structures of O,O-propan-1,3-dithionobenzoate (2TBZ-A), O,O-2,2-dimethylpropan-1,3-dithionobenzoate (2TBZ-B), and O,O,O,O-pentaerythritoltetrathionobenzoate (4TBZ) View Full Text


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DATE

1991-10

AUTHORS

John C. Moore, Rex A. Palmer

ABSTRACT

The crystal and molecular structures of three thionobenzoates have been determined: O,O-propan-1,3-dithionobenzoate (2TBZ-A) is tetragonal witha=13.086(2),c=19.048(2) Å, space groupI41/a,Z=8; O,O-2,2-dimethylpropan-1,3-dithionobenzoate (2TBZ-B) is monoclinic witha=13.851(5),b=12.428(3),c=10.996(4) Å,β=104.01(4)°, space groupP21/c,Z=4; and O,O,O,O-pentaerythritol-tetrathionobenzoate (4TBZ) is triclinic witha=15.423(4),b=10.924(3),c=10.698(2) Å,α=112.43(2),β=100.64(2), γ=104.57(2)°,Z=2, space groupP¯1. The structures were all solved by direct methods and refined by least squares toR=0.046 for 886 reflections (2TBZ-A),R=0.075 for 1458 reflections (2TBZ-B) andR=0.075 for 2975 reflections (4TBZ),I>3σ(I) in each case, CuKα radiation, λ=1.5418 Å. The minimum S---CH2 intramolecular distances in these three structures are significantly larger than the minimum corresponding distance in O,O,O-propan-1,2,3-trithionobenzoate (3TBZ) (Moore and Palmer, 1990), thus providing a possible explanation of why 2TBZ-A, 2TBZ-B, and 4-TBZ are inert with respect to pyrolitic solid-state isomerization; whereas 3TBZ readily undergoes thermally induced rearrangement (Das, 1978; Hedgley, 1981). More... »

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601-614

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