Crystal structures of two phosphonate salts: Monocyclohexylammonium hydrogen phosphate and monocyclohexylammonium phenylphosphonate.
Hydrogen phosphonate anions and monocyclohexylammonium cations interacting through hydrogen bonds conduct to the formation of a salt namely monocyclohexylammonium hydrogen phosphonate. In this structure, hydrogen phosphonate anions are linked by pairs through O—H···O hydrogen bonds leading to anionic dimers.
Each dimer is connected to its two neighbours through cations via N—H···O hydrogen bonds leading to infinite chains which are then connected by N—H···O hydrogen bonds giving rise to a layered structure. The phenyl phosphonates form dimers that are connected
through an expended hydrogen bonding network involving the cations into a layer.
Auteur(s) : Modou Sarr, Mouhamadou Birame Diop, Mouhamadou Sembène Boye, Aminata Diassé-Sarr et Philippe Guionneau
Pages : 50-56
Année de publication : 2020
Revue : Journal of Engineering Studies and Research
N° de volume : 26
Type : Article
Mise en ligne par : BOYE Mouhamadou Sembène