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"Cyano-stabilized triphenylphosphonium ylids"
F. Castañeda, C.A. Bunton, R. Baggio and M.T. Garland
Acta Cryst. C 63(1) (2007) o65-o67
Crystalline cyano-stabilized triphenylphosphonium ylids with keto or ester groups give rise to an extended electronic delocalization. In methyl 2-cyano-2-(trimethylphosphonio)ethenoate, Ph3P=C(CN)CO2CH3 or C22H18NO2P, (I), and 1-cyano-1-(trimethylphosphonio)prop-1-en-2-olate, Ph3P=C(CN)CO-CH3 or C22H18NOP, (II), the carbonyl groups are oriented toward the cationoid P atom. Bond lengths and angles, torsion angles and PO contact distances are consistent with a dominant coplanar conformation where the molecular structures are the result of a balance between intra- and intermolecular interactions. The main interactions presented by cyano-ester (I) and cyano-keto (II) are intramolecular interactions between the carbonyl O and the P atoms. In addition, both compounds show other less important intramolecular interactions between the carbonyl O and phenyl H atoms, which could contribute to form a preferred conformation in the crystal structure.
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