MS05-P02 Chemical preparations, crystal data and vibration Spectroscopic Study of single crystal L-arginine phosphate monohydrateA single-crystal was selected from the reaction product of a stoichiometric mixture of phosphoric acid (H3PO4) to which was added the Arginine (C6H14N4O2) and its crystal structure determined from three-dimensional X-ray diffraction data. The structure is monoclinic, space group P21, a=7.3450(14) Å, b=7.9176(15) Å, c=10.8796(22) Å, β=97.98(2)°, V=626.57(186) Å3 and Z=2, least squares refinement was converged to R1=0.0456, wR2=0.1433 for 3278 unique reflections. The structure consists of chains formed by edge sharing of PO4 tetrahedra, water and arginine. The stacking along b axis consists of these chains bridged by layers formed by PO4 water and arginine by hydrogen bonds. The Raman and infrared spectra of single crystal LAP were recorded to determine the symmetries of the vibrations of the various molecular groups such as NH3+, NH2, CH2, CH, COO-, H2O and H2PO4 present in the crystal.
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Keywords: Chemical preparation, infrared vibration spectrometry, X-ray diffraction.