An investigation into the role of chloro-substituents in hydrogen-bonded crystals: The crystal structures of the dichlorophenols

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A graphical analysis has been made of hydrogen-bonding patterns and non-bonded interactions in the crystal structures of the six dichlorophenols. This shows that hydrogen bonding is the primary interaction in stabilising all the isomers, and that C⋯C and Cl⋯Cl non-bonded interactions are also important in stabilising structures characterised by a short (≈ 4 Ã) axis. © 1984.

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Thomas, N. W., & Desiraju, C. R. (1984). An investigation into the role of chloro-substituents in hydrogen-bonded crystals: The crystal structures of the dichlorophenols. Chemical Physics Letters, 110(1), 99–102. https://doi.org/10.1016/0009-2614(84)80154-2

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