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Co-crystallisation of benzoic acid with sodium benzoate : the significance of stoichiometry
Currently the synthesis of co-crystals is receiving considerable attention. We studied co-crystallisation of benzoic acid with sodium benzoate in different ratios and with different crystallisation techniques. A crystalline co-crystal, composed of two equivalents of benzoic acid and one equivalent of sodium benzoate (2 HBz·1 NaBz) could be identified and structurally characterised. By concomitant coordination of benzoate and benzoic acid the coordination needs of the cation could be satisfied.doi:10.15495/epub_ubt_00004750 fatcat:dynkc73pvvhczn435swrutcik4