Zeitschrift für Kristallographie - Crystalline Materials
The 5-nitro-2-tosylaminobenzaldehyde di(morpholin-4-yl)aminal forms a stable complex with carbon tetrachloride in the crystal phase. X-ray structural study of this complex indicates an essentially shortened intermolecular contact of 2.89 Å between the oxygen atom of the nitro group and one of the chlorine atom of the CCI4 molecule. Quantum-chemical calculations by semiempirical AMI method showed that the formation of such complex did not cause considerable decrease of system energy or change of charge distribution in molecules. It was supposed that this associate has van der Waals character.
Khrustalev, V. N.; Lindeman, Sergey V.; Ukhin, L. Yu; Orlova, G. I.; Gribanova, T. N.; and Shishkin, O. V., "Structure of 5-nitro-2-tosylaminobenzaldehyde di(morpholin-4-yl)aminal Complex with Carbon Tetrachloride" (1998). Chemistry Faculty Research and Publications. 708.