Unusual reverse face-to-face stacking in propylene linked pyrazole system: perspective of organic materials
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Author/sKumar Rai, Sunil; Srivastava, Priyanka; Gupta, Hariom; Puerta Vizcaino, María del Carmen; Valerga Jiménez, Pedro Sixto; Kumar Tewari, Ashish
DepartmentCiencia de los Materiales e Ingeniería Metalúrgica y Química Inorgánica
SourceStructural Chemistry (2015) 26:555–563
Flexible dimers 1, 2, and 3 of ‘‘pyrazole’’ derivatives linked with propylene spacer are synthesized and conformational stability in solid, solution, and gaseous states is studied through single crystal X-ray diffraction, 2D NOESY ,and DFT, respectively. The folded conformation of compound 2 is stable in all three states and X-ray diffraction evince that molecule is intramolecularly stacked in reverse face-to-face manner. TEM image of compound 2 exhibits rigid hollow nanospikes with high tendency to form agglomerates.