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The crystal structure of dicyclohexylamnium 4-nitroanthranilate, C12H24N+烷H5N2O4-, shows a three-dimensional hydrogen-bonded network polymer in which the protonated amine groups of both of the independent molecules of dicyclohexylamine give similar hydrogen-bonding interactions with oxygen acceptors of four separate anthranilate carboxylate groups [NO = 2.730 (3)-2.782 (2) ŝ. Secondary centrosymmetric peripheral hydrogen-bonding linkages involve the amine groups of the anthranilate anions with nitro and carboxylate O-atom acceptors, while these groups are also involved in intramolecular N-HO(carboxylate) associations [2.663 (3) and 2.679 (3) ŝ.
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