Polymorphism of a porous hydrogen bond-assisted ionic organic framework†
The polymorphism of a porous, non-covalently bonded ionic organic framework is reported. The framework is constructed by hydrogen bonding and anion⋯π interactions. In a solvatomorphic lattice, pyridine takes part in the framework formation. The role of molecular rigidity in framework construction is proven by analogous non-porous crystals, where polymorphism also appears.