Selena L. Staun

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Slow co-crystallization of a solution of benzene-1,3,5-tri-carb-oxy-lic acid with a large excess of 4-hy-droxy-pyridine produces an inter-penetrating, three-dimensional, hydrogen-bonded framework consisting of three 4-pyridone and one benzene-1,3,5-tri-carb-oxy-lic acid mol-ecules, C9H6O6·3C5H5NO. This structure represents an ortho-rhom-bic polymorph of the(More)
degree in chemistry with a minor in sociology in May 2016; she graduated with department honors. She will start graduate school to pursue a PhD in chemistry beginning September 2016 at the University of California, Santa Barbara. While at Purdue, Staun was an undergraduate researcher in the Bart Laboratory for over 2 years and received Purdue’s Department(More)
4-Hydroxypyridine and terephthalic acid cocrystallize as a hydrate, 4-pyridone-terephthalic acid-water (2/1/2), 2C(5)H(5)NO·C(8)H(6)O(4)·2H(2)O, from a methanol-water solution. The molecules form a two-dimensional hydrogen-bonded network resulting in sheets of hydrogen-bonded molecules that lie parallel to the (10-2) plane. In contrast, 3-hydroxypyridine(More)
The structure of the title salt, C5H6NO(+)·C9H5O6 (-), (I), shows that 4-hy-droxy-pyridine has abstracted an H atom from benzene-1,3,5-tri-carb-oxy-lic acid, yielding a pyridinium cation and carboxyl-ate anion. The two ions form an extensive three-dimensional hydrogen-bonded network throughout the crystal. The hydrogen bonds that comprise the core of the(More)
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