CCDC 1558833: Experimental Crystal Structure Determination : catena-[hexakis(mu-benzene-1,3,5-tricarboxylato)-dodecakis(mu-hydroxo)-(mu-oxo)-pentaaqua-tetrakis(hydroxy)-dodeca-aluminium hydrate]

  • Marvin Benzaqui (Creator)
  • Renjith S. Pillai (Creator)
  • Anahid Sabetghadam (Creator)
  • Virginie Benoit (Creator)
  • Perine Normand (Creator)
  • Jerome Marrot (Creator)
  • Nicolas Menguy (Creator)
  • David Montero (Creator)
  • William Shepard (Creator)
  • Antoine Tissot (Creator)
  • Charlotte Martineau-Corcos (Creator)
  • Clémence Sicard (Creator)
  • Mihail Mihaylov (Creator)
  • Florent Carn (Creator)
  • Isabelle Beurroeis (Creator)
  • Philip L. Llewellyn (Creator)
  • Guy De Weireld (Creator)
  • Konstantin Hadjiivanov (Creator)
  • Jorge Gascon (Creator)
  • Freek Kapteijn (Creator)
  • Guillaume Maurin (Creator)
  • Nathalie Steunou (Creator)
  • Christian Serre (Creator)
  • Marvin Benzaqui (Creator)
  • Renjith S. Pillai (Creator)
  • Anahid Sabetghadam (Creator)
  • Virginie Benoit (Creator)
  • Perine Normand (Creator)
  • Jerome Marrot (Creator)
  • Nicolas Menguy (Creator)
  • David Montero (Creator)
  • William Shepard (Creator)
  • Antoine Tissot (Creator)
  • Charlotte Martineau-Corcos (Creator)
  • Clémence Sicard (Creator)
  • Mihail Mihaylov (Creator)
  • Florent Carn (Creator)
  • Isabelle Beurroeis (Creator)
  • Philip L. Llewellyn (Creator)
  • Guy De Weireld (Creator)
  • Konstantin Hadjiivanov (Creator)
  • Freek Kapteijn (Creator)
  • Guillaume Maurin (Creator)
  • Nathalie Steunou (Creator)
  • Christian Serre (Creator)

Dataset

Description

An entry from the Cambridge Structural Database, the world’s repository for small molecule crystal structures. The entry contains experimental data from a crystal diffraction study. The deposited dataset for this entry is freely available from the CCDC and typically includes 3D coordinates, cell parameters, space group, experimental conditions and quality measures.
Date made available2018
PublisherCambridge Crystallographic Data Centre

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