Thirteen new crystal structures of cyclic NH carboximides have been determined and are compared with respect to the mode of intermolecular hydrogen bonding observed in the crystal. The structures include a new cyclobutane-fused succinimide, seven new simple bi- and tricyclic succinimides derived from Diels-Alder reactions of maleimide, three methylated glutarimides, a morpholinedione and adipimide, the first seven-membered ring NH carboximide to be structurally characterised. Overall seven of the compounds adopt a ribbon structure, five show centro-symmetric dimers, and one has bonding between NH and a remote bridging ether oxygen. Halogen bonding was also detected in one case.
- Hydrogen bonding
- Halogen bonding
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