The compound, C27H23N3 (1), crystallizes in the triclinic system of the P-1 space group. The unit cell comprises a dimer of 1, in which the monomers are linked by two complementary hydrogen bonds between N1 and H1-C1 of another molecule. The dimers form chains along the a-axis through intermolecular interactions between the N2 acceptor atoms and C17 donors from molecules in the nearest neighbouring dimer. These interactions form extended sheets of the dimers of 1, along the ab plane. The quinolinylmeth-2-yl groups of 1 lie in almost orthogonal planes and their N1/2(q) donor atoms being away from the apical amino N3 atom.
H-bonds (-bonding): hydrogen bonds (-bonding); q: quinoline; 3-/2D: three-/two dimensional & VdW: Van der Waal & bqma: bis(2-quinolinylmethyl)amine
Chemistry and Materials Science, Analytical Chemistry
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