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The first example of an anion–pyrrole complex

By Simon J. Coles, Philip A. Gale and Michael B. Hursthouse


Tetramethylammonium chloride 1 has been recrystallized from pyrrole 2 yielding a pyrrole-chloride complex that has been crystallographically characterized. Complex I contains a chloride anion that is bound by hydrogen bonds from two pyrrole rings and a tetramethylammonium cation. The supramolecular structure is reminiscent of a honeycomb array, comprised of a pyrrole - chloride framework with cavities occupied by tetramethylammonium moities

Topics: QD
Year: 2001
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