Hydrogen Bonding in Ferrocene Derivatives: Structure of the 1:1 Adduct of Ferrocenyl(diphenyl)methanol and Dimethyl Sulfoxide

@inproceedings{Glidewell1994HydrogenBI,
  title={Hydrogen Bonding in Ferrocene Derivatives: Structure of the 1:1 Adduct of Ferrocenyl(diphenyl)methanol and Dimethyl Sulfoxide},
  author={Christopher Glidewell and Choudhury M. Zakaria and George Ekem Ferguson},
  year={1994}
}
Ferrocenyl(diphenyl)methanol, [(C 5 H 5 )Fe{(C 5 H 4 )C-(Ph 2 )OH}], forms a 1:1 adduct with dimethyl sulfoxide, (CH 3 ) 2 SO. In this adduct, the hydrogen-bonded aggregate consists of one molecule of the ferrocene acting as hydrogen-bond donor and one molecule of DMSO acting as hydrogen-bond acceptor; the hydrogen-bonded O...O distance is 2.796 (2) A