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Three novel non-centrosymmetric compounds of glycine: glycine lithium sulfate, glycine nickel dichloride dihydrate and glycine zinc sulfate trihydrate

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The crystal structures of three compounds of glycine and inorganic materials are presented and discussed. The ortho­rhombic structure of glycinesulfatodilithium(I), [Li2(SO4)(C2H5NO2)]n, consists of corrugated sheets of [LiO4] and [SO4] tetrahedra. The glycine mol­ecules are located between these sheets. The main features of the monoclinic structure of di­aqua­di­chloro­glycinenickel(II), [NiCl2(C2H5NO2)(H2O)2]n, are helical chains of [NiO4Cl2] octahedra connected by glycine mol­ecules. The orthorhombic structure of tri­aqua­glycinesulfatozinc(II), [Zn(SO4)(C2H5NO2)(H2O)3]n, is made up of [O3SOZnO5] clusters. These clusters are linked by glycine mol­ecules into zigzag chains. All three compounds are examples of non-centrosymmetric glycine compounds.
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Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 2004-06-01

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