Ioannis Tiritiris

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In the title compound, C17H21N3O, the C-N bond lengths in the guanidine unit are 1.2889 (19), 1.3682 (19) and 1.408 (2) Å, indicating double- and single-bond character. The N-C-N angles are 115.10 (13), 119.29 (15) and 125.61 (14)°, showing a deviation of the CN3 plane from an ideal trigonal-planar geometry. In the crystal, non-classical C-H⋯O hydrogen(More)
The reaction of 3,3,3-tris-(dimethyl-amino)-1-phenyl-prop-1-yne with bromine in pentane yields the title compound, C(13)H(17)N(2) (+)·Br(-). The acetyl-enic bond distance [1.197 (2) Å] is consistent with a C C triple bond. The amidinium C=N bonds [1.325 (2) and 1.330 (2) Å] have double-bond character and the positive charge is delocalized between the two(More)
In the title salt, C5H14N3(+)·C24H20B(-), the C-N bond lengths in the central CN3 unit are 1.3322 (11), 1.3385 (12) and 1.3422 (12) Å, indicating partial double-bond character. The central C atom is bonded to the three N atoms in a nearly ideal trigonal-planar geometry [N-C-N angles = 119.51 (8), 119.81 (9) and 120.69 (8)°] and the positive charge is(More)
The reaction of the ortho-amide 1,1,1-tris-(di-methyl-amino)-4-methyl-4-(tri-methyl-sil-yloxy)pent-2-yne with bromine in benzene, yields the title salt, C15H33BrN3OSi(+)·Br(-). The C-N bond lengths in the amidinium unit are 1.319 (6) and 1.333 (6) Å, indicating double-bond character, pointing towards charge delocalization within the NCN plane. The C-Br bond(More)
In the mol-ecule of the title compound, C(7)H(15)N(3)O, the central C atom is surrounded in a nearly ideal trigonal-planar geometry by three N atoms. The C-N bond lengths in the CN(3) unit are 1.3353 (13), 1.3463 (12) and 1.3541 (13) Å, indicating an inter-mediate character between a single and a double bond for each C-N bond. The bonds between the N atoms(More)
The asymmetric unit of the title hydrated salt, C15H37N6 (3+)·2Br(-)·OH(-)·H2O, contains one cation, three partial-occupancy bromide ions, one hydroxide ion and one water mol-ecule. Refinement of the site-occupancy factors of the three disordered bromide ions converges with occupancies 0.701 (2), 0.831 (2) and 0.456 (2) summing to approximately two bromide(More)
In the title salt, C19H25N4O(+)·C24H20B(-), the C=N and C-N bond lengths in the CN3 unit are 1.3327 (8)/1.3364 (9) and 1.3802 (9) Å, indicating double- and single-bond character, respectively. The N-C-N angles are 118.77 (6), 120.29 (6) and 120.81 (6)°, showing only a small deviation of the CN3 plane from an ideal trigonal-planar geometry. The bonds between(More)
In the title salt, C16H34N5O3 (+)·C24H20B(-), the C-N bond lengths in the cation are 1.3368 (16), 1.3375 (18) and 1.3594 (17) Å, indicating partial double-bond character. The central C atom is bonded to the three N atoms in a nearly ideal trigonal-planar geometry and the positive charge is delocal-ized in the CN3 plane. In the crystal, weak C-H⋯O contacts(More)
A method for the preparation of the first acetylenedicarboxamidinium salt from a bis-orthoamide derivative of acetylenedicarboxyclic acid has been established. The salt reacted with cyclopentadiene and furan at room temperature to give bicyclic [4+2]-cycloaddition products. The solid compounds were characterized by solution NMR spectroscopy and by(More)
The title compound, C7H10O5, was synthesized by reaction of d-xylose with paraformaldehyde. In the crystal, the central part of the mol-ecule consists of a five-membered C4O ring with an envelope conformation, with the methine C atom adjacent to the O atom being the flap. The protected O atoms of both cyclic acetal groups are oriented so that the four(More)