Hydrates and ammonium salts of 4-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid: supramolecular organization and its relation to proton conductivity View Full Text


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DATE

2011-06

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P. Yu. Barzilovich, K. A. Lyssenko, M. Yu. Antipin, S. M. Aldoshin

ABSTRACT

Structural features, the crystal packing, and the proton conductivity of a series of hydrates and ammonium salts of 4-nitrobenzenesulfonic acid were studied. It was shown that infinite cation associates containing the onium moiety are responsible for a substantial increase in the proton conductivity. The nature of the disorder in a series of crystals was investigated by performing X-ray diffraction studies at different temperatures. A new type of structural synthons, viz., anion-anion dimers stabilized by the SO3−…NO2 interaction, was found and characterized and the role of solvent water molecules was elucidated based on high-resolution X-ray diffraction data. The water molecules serve mainly as channels for charge transfer from the cation to the anion with retention of the electroneutrality. More... »

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1185-1195

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