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Synthesis, x-ray analysis and DFT study of 2-amino-3-(N-oxipiridin-4-ilsulfanil)-propionic acid dihydrate

Moreno-Fuquen, Rodolfo and Valencia, Leidy and Kennedy, Alan R. and Gilmour, Denise and Ribeiro, Leandro (2010) Synthesis, x-ray analysis and DFT study of 2-amino-3-(N-oxipiridin-4-ilsulfanil)-propionic acid dihydrate. Zeitschrift fur Kristallografie, 225 (9). pp. 396-400. ISSN 0044-2968

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Abstract

The title compound, C8H14N2O5S 2(H2O), 2-amino-3-(N-oxipiridin-4-ilsulfanil)-propionic acid dihydrate, is obtained by the reaction of cysteine and 4-nitropyridine N-oxide in dimethylformamide, removing the NO2 group from the benzene ring and releasing nitrous acid into the solution. The molecule exists as a Zwitterion. Hydrogen bond interactions involving the title molecule and water molecules allow the formation of R-5(5)(23) edge fused rings parallel to (010). Water molecules are connected independently, forming infinite chains (wires), in square wave form, along the b-axis. The chirality of the cysteine molecule used in the synthesis is retained in the title molecule. A density functional theory (DFT) optimized structure at the B3LYP/6-311G(3df,2p) level allows comparison of calculated and experimental IR spectra.