Date Published: April 01, 2011
Publisher: International Union of Crystallography
Author(s): Rosa-Luisa Meza-León, Sylvain Bernès, Elsie Ramírez Domínguez, Martha Sosa-Rivadeneyra, Leticia Quintero-Cortés.
The title compound, C25H29NO4S2 0.5CH2Cl2, was obtained as a racemate. The pyridine and phenyl rings are arranged face-to-face, giving a weak intramolecular π–π interaction [centroid–centroid separation = 3.759 (3) Å]. These interactions are extended intermolecularly, forming chains of stacked rings along  with separations of 3.859 (3) and 3.916 (3) Å. The solvent used for crystallization, CH2Cl2, is located in voids between the chains of molecules, with a site occupancy of 0.5.
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