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Type: Journal article
Title: Crystal and molecular structure of aquatriphenyltin 2-(3-formyl-4-hydroxyphenylazo) benzoate
Author: Tiekink, E.
Basu Baul, T.
Pyke, S.
Sarma, K.
Citation: Main Group Metal Chemistry, 1996; 19(12):807-814
Issue Date: 1996
ISSN: 0792-1241
Abstract: The crystal structure of the title compound, {Ph 3Sn[O 2CC 6H 4(N=N(C 6H 3-4-OH-5-CHO))-o]OH 2}, reveals the carboxylate group to coordinate the tin atom via one oxygen atom only [Sn-O 2.161(5) Å]. The tin atom is also coordinated by a water molecule [Sn-O 2.527(5) Å] and exists in a trigonal bipyramidal geometry with the three phenyl groups in equatorial positions; the O-Sn-O axial angle is 176.3(2)°. The lattice is stabilised by H-bonding contacts as well as charge-transfer interactions.
DOI: 10.1515/mgmc.1996.19.12.807
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