By Ronald L. Meek (auth.), Olga Kennard, David G. Watson, Frank H. Allen, Stella M. Weeds (eds.)
This quantity is the 8th categorized bibliography of natural and organometallic crystal constructions ready through the Crystallographic facts Centre, college Chemical Laboratory, Cambridge, and released together with the foreign Union of Crystallography. the 1st seven volumes lined the years 1935-1975. the current quantity offers references mostly to compounds whose struc tures have been suggested within the literature in the course of 1975-1976. a number of buildings released sooner than 1975 and passed over from the former volumes also are integrated. This quantity comprises a few significant alterations in tools of education, indexing, and literature insurance. those adjustments are designed to offer a later time limit for the literature assurance, and to make the most categorised directory extra obtainable to the reader via more desirable indexing. the main technical switch was once using the FR80 microfilm recorder on the technology study Council Rutherford Laboratory, rather than the Linotron 505 filmsetter, to organize the grasp replica of the booklet. The switch necessitated the advance of a brand new set of prQgrams, a undertaking conducted in collaboration with the Atlas Computing department of the Rutherford Laboratory. The reader can also realize using a brand new style font, constructed by way of Dr A. V. Hershey and made on hand by way of Mrs Carla Messina, Dr N. M. Wolcott and Mr J. Hilsenrath of the us nationwide Bureau of Standards.
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31, 2793. C Ammonium P,P- dithiophosphacyanuranate - urea CH 4 N20. C2 H3 N30 2PS2-. Boeyens J. Cryst. Mol. C Diaquo- copper(ii) formate bia(urea) 2nCH 4 N20. Uraz . , Sect. B. , Sect. B. C Guanidinium iron(iii) ethylenediaminetetra- acetate dihydrate CH 6 N3 +, C10 H 14 FeN 20 9 -. Wajsman Hung. Diff. Andrews Am. Cryst. Assoc .. Abstr. 6 bis(Guanidinium) hydrogen phosphate monohydrate 2CH6 N3 +, H0 4 P2-. Adams. , Sect. B. 7 Guanidinium oxalate dihydrate monoperhydrate 2CH 6 N 3 +, C20 4 2-. Pritchard .
11 Guanidinium pentacarbonato- thorium(iv) tetra hydrate 6CH6 N3+, C~Ou~Th 6 -. , Sect. B. Huiszoon . , Sect. B. , Sect. B. , Sect. B. C 9- Ethyladenine - parabanic acid - oxaluric acid monohydrate C3H 4 N204,C3H2N203,C7HeN~. Engberts J. Chern. , Perkin Trans. 2. C Chern. Kitaev , lzv. Akad. Nauk SSSR. Ser. 4 J. Cryst. Mol. C J. Cryst. Mol. Margolis . FSelivanov , Zh. Strukt. C 16,157, 1975 Potassium fJ,fl- dinitro- ethyl- acetamide C4 H6 N3 0 5 -. 2- dimethylpropionitrile hemihydrate C5HaN 3 0 4-.
Ser. B, 30,323,1976 5- Methyl- 5- (3- dimethylaminopropyl)- 1 0,11 dihydro- 5H- dibenzo(b,f)silepin hydrochloride monohydrate C2oH2aNSi+, Ct-. C (+)-cis- 9- (3- Dimethylaminopropyl)- 10- methyl2- (trifluoromethyl)- 9,1 0- dihydroanthracene hydrochloride monohydrate acetone solvate C21 H25 F3N+, Ct-. H20. , Sect. B. , Sect. C Silver(i) sulfadiazine (Silver(i) Nl- pyrimidin- 2- yl- sulfanilamide) C10HoN 40 2S-. Walter Angew. 3, 949, 1 971 C. R. Acad. , Ser. 4 31 • 2734. 1 975 Ammonium trimetaphosphimate methanol solvate 419, 139, 1976 Z.
Bibliography 1975–76 Organic and Organometallic Crystal Structures by Ronald L. Meek (auth.), Olga Kennard, David G. Watson, Frank H. Allen, Stella M. Weeds (eds.)