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  • Recent Results from the Molecular Structure

    Molecular structure determinations of organic, inorganic and organometallic compounds are carried out on a routine basis. CHEM-RAY pictures of some recent results from the Molecular Structure Laboratory are shown below:

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    The crystal structure of the urea of aminohexanoic acid. This view shows three layers edge on. Each layer consists of a beta-network of molecules held together by hydrogen bonds. This molecule was synthesized and the structure determined by Dr. Leticia Toledo, a postdoctoral student in the Fowler/Lauher research group.

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    This molecule is the lithium salt of a tripodal amine synthesized by Dr. Lutz Gade of the University of Wuerzburg and members of his research group. The structure was determined at Stony Brook by Professor Joseph W. Lauher.

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    A tin sulfide from the laboratory of Professor John Parise. Structure by David Nellis.

    Published on September 1, 2012 · Filed under: Molecular Structure; Tagged as: , , , , ,
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