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In the title compound, C(12)H(13)NO(4)S, a systemic fungicide, the heterocycle adopts a lounge chair conformation and the dihedral angle between the ring planes is 25.8 (2)°. Inter-molecular C-H⋯O hydrogen bonds are noted in the crystal structure. Also observed is a short inter-action of a methyl-ene hydrogen atom with the π-electron system of a phenyl ring… (More)
In the title urea-based herbicide, C(9)H(10)BrClN(2)O(2), there exist multiple inter- and intra-molecular inter-actions. Most notably, the intra-molecular hydrogen bond between the urea carbonyl O atom and an aromatic H atom affects the planarity and torsion angles of the mol-ecule by restricting rotations about the Ar-secondary amine N and the secondary… (More)
In the title molecular salt, C(7)H(14)N(5)O(+)·Cl(-) (the HCl salt of the oxo derivative of the triazine herbicide simazine), the cation and anion are linked by N-H⋯Cl hydrogen bonds. The chloride ion is also involved in a close electrostatic inter-action with an inversion-related triazine ring [Cl⋯centroid distance = 3.201 (1) Å]. A π-π inter-action having… (More)
The asymmetric unit of the title compound, [(CH(3))(2)NH(CH(2))(2)NH(CH(3))(2)][CoCl(4)], contains a tetra-chlorido-cobalt-ate(II) dianion and two halves of two centrosymmetric, crystallographically-independent, dications. One independent dication is disordered between two conformations in a 0.784 (13):0.216 (13) ratio. In the crystal, inter-molecular… (More)
The title mol-ecule, C8H12NO5PS2, exhibits a crystallographic mirror plane that is perpendicular to the ring and bis-ects the sulfamoyl and thio-phosphate ester groups. In the crystal, mol-ecules are linked by N-H⋯O hydrogen-bonding inter-actions reminiscent of carb-oxy-lic acid hydrogen bonding pairs, forming chains parallel to the b-axis direction.
The title compound, C8H12S2 (trivial name DTCDD), was obtained as a side product of the reaction between cis-1,4-di-chloro-but-2-ene and sodium sulfide. The asymmetric unit consists of one-quarter of the mol-ecule (S site symmetry 2) and the complete mol-ecule has 2/m (C 2h ) point symmetry with the C=C bond in an E conformation. The geometry of the title… (More)