Guanidinium 2-amino-4-nitrobenzoate monohydrate at 130 K
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Guanidinium 4-nitroanthranilate monohydrate, CH6N3+烷H5N2O4-爲O, determined at 130 K, forms a primary hydrogen-bonded ribbon structure through cyclic hydrogen-bonding interactions involving all six protons of the guanidinium cation with the amino N-atom and carboxylate O-atom acceptors of the anion, and the water molecule of solvation. Other interactions, including the water molecule bridging the primary ribbons, give a three-dimensional structure.
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