Proton-transfer and non-transfer in compounds of quinoline and quinaldic acid with L-tartaric acid
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The structures of two compounds of l-tartaric acid with quinoline, viz. the proton-transfer compound quinolinium hydrogen (2R,3R)-tartrate monohydrate, C9H8N+烴H5O6-爲O, (I), and the anhydrous non-proton-transfer adduct with quinaldic acid, bis�uinolinium-2-carboxyl�e) (2R,3R)-tar�ric acid, 2C10H7NO2烴H6O6, (II), have been determined at 130 K. Compound (I) has a three-dimensional honeycomb substructure formed from head-to-tail hydrogen-bonded hydrogen tartrate anions and water mol�ules. The stacks of p-bonded quinolinium cations are accommodated within the channels and are hydrogen bonded to it peripherally. Compound (II) has a two-dimensional network structure based on pseudo-centrosymmetric head-to-tail hydrogen-bonded cyclic dimers comprising zwitterionic quinaldic acid species which are inter�nked by tartaric acid mol�ules.
Acta Crystallographica, Section C Crystal Structure Communications
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