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Issue 45, 2003

Lithium l-hydrogen-α-glutamate: A layer structure with asymmetrical tunnels formed by nets with two different macrocycles

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Abstract

Anhydrous lithium L-hydrogen-α-glutamate Li[L-α-GluH] crystallizes from water with a layer structure (non-centrosymmetric space group P1) in which the tetracoordinate lithium cations are bridged by the glutamate anions in their ammonium form (–NH3+). The resulting 12- and 16-membered rings allow for tunnels running perpendicular to each other in the layers.

Graphical abstract: Lithium l-hydrogen-α-glutamate: A layer structure with asymmetrical tunnels formed by nets with two different macrocycles

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Submitted
29 Apr 2003
Accepted
20 Jun 2003
First published
30 Jun 2003

CrystEngComm, 2003,5, 262-264
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Paper

Lithium L-hydrogen-α-glutamate: A layer structure with asymmetrical tunnels formed by nets with two different macrocycles

F. Wiesbrock and H. Schmidbaur, CrystEngComm, 2003, 5, 262 DOI: 10.1039/B304689C

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