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Crystal structure of (Z)-4-[(p-tolylamino)(furan-2-yl)methylene]-3-phenyl-1-1-p-tolyl-1H-phenyl-1H-pyrazol-5(4H)-one, C28H23N3O2

Wei Wei, Qiong Wu, Tong-Yin Jin, Ya-Zhai Zhang, Zhao-Kun Xuan and Heng-Qiang Zhang ORCID logo

Abstract

C28H23N3O2, triclinic, P 1 (no. 2), a = 7.6590(7) Å, b = 11.8598(12) Å, c = 12.4954(14) Å, α = 92.027(9)°, β = 99.837(9)°, γ = 93.597(8)°, V = 1114.9(2) Å3, Z = 2, R gt (F) = 0.0508, wR ref (F 2) = 0.1317, T = 293(2) K.

CCDC no.: 2164536

The molecular structure is shown in the figure. Table 1 contains crystallographic data and Table 2 contains the list of the atoms including atomic coordinates and displacement parameters.

Table 1:

Data collection and handling.

Crystal: Yellow block
Size: 0.22 × 0.20 × 0.17 mm
Wavelength: Mo Kα radiation (0.71073 Å)
μ: 0.08 mm−1
Diffractometer, scan mode: φ and ω
θ max, completeness: 26.0°, >99%
N(hkl)measured, N(hkl)unique, R int: 8538, 4388, 0.023
Criterion for I obs, N(hkl)gt: I obs > 2 σ(I obs), 3024
N(param)refined: 304
Programs: CrysAlisPRO [1], SHELX [2], WinGX/ORTEP [3], PLATON [4]

Table 2:

Fractional atomic coordinates and isotropic or equivalent isotropic displacement parameters (Å2).

Atom x y z U iso*/U eq
C1 0.0002 (2) 0.05579 (16) 0.64870 (16) 0.0396 (5)
C2 0.0382 (3) −0.05326 (16) 0.62514 (16) 0.0447 (5)
H2 0.155547 −0.071278 0.629315 0.054*
C3 −0.0977 (3) −0.13536 (17) 0.59544 (17) 0.0496 (5)
H3 −0.070840 −0.208723 0.579189 0.059*
C4 −0.2733 (3) −0.11177 (18) 0.58910 (17) 0.0505 (5)
C5 −0.3083 (3) −0.00191 (19) 0.61306 (19) 0.0549 (6)
H5 −0.425645 0.016003 0.609275 0.066*
C6 −0.1740 (3) 0.08212 (18) 0.64249 (17) 0.0493 (5)
H6 −0.200563 0.155729 0.657978 0.059*
C7 −0.4243 (3) −0.2077 (2) 0.5567 (2) 0.0660 (7)
H7A −0.535330 −0.180404 0.568312 0.099*
H7B −0.398245 −0.271387 0.600587 0.099*
H7C −0.432246 −0.230254 0.481427 0.099*
C8 0.3004 (2) 0.13005 (16) 0.74587 (16) 0.0405 (5)
C9 0.3843 (2) 0.24296 (15) 0.75952 (16) 0.0399 (5)
C10 0.2538 (2) 0.31304 (16) 0.70561 (16) 0.0393 (4)
C11 0.2539 (2) 0.43778 (16) 0.70690 (17) 0.0420 (5)
C12 0.2937 (3) 0.50002 (17) 0.80455 (19) 0.0517 (6)
H12 0.325973 0.463223 0.868709 0.062*
C13 0.2863 (3) 0.61552 (19) 0.8083 (2) 0.0634 (7)
H13 0.312007 0.656344 0.874636 0.076*
C14 0.2408 (3) 0.6705 (2) 0.7138 (3) 0.0692 (7)
H14 0.237282 0.748747 0.716074 0.083*
C15 0.2006 (3) 0.6107 (2) 0.6164 (2) 0.0697 (7)
H15 0.169524 0.648332 0.552622 0.084*
C16 0.2059 (3) 0.49392 (18) 0.6122 (2) 0.0556 (6)
H16 0.177273 0.453369 0.545721 0.067*
C17 0.5542 (2) 0.26726 (16) 0.81862 (16) 0.0403 (5)
C18 0.6509 (2) 0.37537 (17) 0.81142 (17) 0.0438 (5)
C19 0.6824 (3) 0.43177 (19) 0.7252 (2) 0.0602 (6)
H19 0.639546 0.411220 0.652537 0.072*
C20 0.7935 (3) 0.5286 (2) 0.7661 (3) 0.0821 (9)
H20 0.838439 0.584342 0.725700 0.099*
C21 0.8208 (3) 0.5243 (2) 0.8726 (3) 0.0812 (9)
H21 0.889878 0.578351 0.920001 0.097*
C22 0.8039 (2) 0.18327 (16) 0.93897 (16) 0.0398 (5)
C23 0.8263 (3) 0.12474 (17) 1.03329 (17) 0.0466 (5)
H23 0.727838 0.091969 1.057914 0.056*
C24 0.9940 (3) 0.11485 (18) 1.09091 (17) 0.0502 (5)
H24 1.007266 0.074783 1.154106 0.060*
C25 1.1426 (3) 0.16264 (17) 1.05749 (17) 0.0461 (5)
C26 1.1174 (3) 0.21994 (17) 0.96197 (17) 0.0461 (5)
H26 1.216048 0.252422 0.937359 0.055*
C27 0.9511 (2) 0.23034 (17) 0.90231 (16) 0.0442 (5)
H27 0.938016 0.268619 0.838045 0.053*
C28 1.3255 (3) 0.1524 (2) 1.1203 (2) 0.0706 (7)
H28A 1.405001 0.136832 1.070879 0.106*
H28B 1.322803 0.091891 1.169181 0.106*
H28C 1.365857 0.221994 1.161232 0.106*
H3A 0.556 (3) 0.121 (2) 0.8739 (19) 0.073(7)*
N1 0.1405 (2) 0.14062 (13) 0.67961 (13) 0.0410 (4)
N2 0.1102 (2) 0.25321 (13) 0.65883 (13) 0.0425 (4)
N3 0.6282 (2) 0.18772 (15) 0.88100 (15) 0.0471 (4)
O1 0.35499 (17) 0.04123 (11) 0.78503 (12) 0.0513 (4)
O2 0.7348 (2) 0.43048 (13) 0.90490 (13) 0.0630 (5)

Source of material

All reagents were obtained from commercial sources and used without further purification. A mixture of 40 mL 1-p-tolyl-3-phenyl-4-(2-furoyl)-5-pyrazolone (PTPFP) (20 mmol, 6.887 g), and 30 mL 4-aminotoluene (20 mmol, 2.143 g) was refluxed for 7 h, adding a few drops of glacial acetic acid as a catalyst. After cooled to the room temperature, the mixture was filtrated and the collected solid was washed with additional ethanol and dried in the air. Yellow block crystals were obtained by evaporation of an ethanol/dichloromethane (1:1) mixed solution for a few days.

Experimental details

The structure was solved by direct methods with the SHELXS-2018 program [2]. The H atoms bonded to N3 atoms were located in difference maps and refined freely. Other H atoms were placed in calculated positions, with C–H = 0.93 for phenyl and furyl, 0.96 for methyl H atoms, and refined as riding, with U iso(H) values of 1.2 U eq(C) for phenyl and furyl H, and 1.5 U eq(C) for methyl H.

Comment

Acylpyrazolones are an interesting class of β-diketones, containing a pyrazole-bearing chelating arm. Thus, their metal complexes are used for the separation of elements with similar properties [5]. Alkaline-earth metal β-diketonate complexes also have recently provoked a growing interest as suitable precursors in the synthesis of high Tc superconducting films [6], [7], [8]. So far research has been restricted to those acylpyrazolones with aryl substituents at 4-positions [9]. Only a few studies have involved heterocyclic substituents at the 4-position [10], [11], [12]. In recent years, we have reported the Schiff bases derived from 4-heterocyclic acylpyrazolones and their complexes, which possess high antibacterial activation [1314]. Knowledge of the crystal structure of such 4-heterocyclic acylpyrazolones derivatives gives us not only sufficient information about nuclearity of the complex molecule, but is important in understanding the behavior of this compound in the vapor phase, and the mechanisms of sublimation and decomposition.

In the crystal, molecules (see the Figure) are linked via weak C–H⃛N and C–H⃛O hydrogen bonds. In the title crystal structure, the compound crystallized with a structural configuration in which the phenyl ring(C(1)–(6)) is twisted with a dihedral angle of 32.92(15)° with respect to a plane defined by the pyrazole ring(N(1)–C(8)). The pyrazole ring and the O(1)/C(8)/C(9)/C(17)/N(3) plane are nearly coplanar with the largest deviation of 0.074 Å (dihedral angle 7.16(14)°). The bond length of C(9)–C(17) (1.390(3) Å) between the usual C–C and C=C bonds indicates the delocalization of the electrons because of the addition of a proton to N(3). The atom O(1) of PTPFP moiety and the N(3) atom of the 4-aminotoluene group are on the same side of the C(9)–C(17) bond, which are available for the coordination with metals. A strong intramolecular N(3)–H(3A)⃛O(1) hydrogen bond is observed, leading to keto form. Other weak intramolecular bonds C(2)–H(2)⃛O(1) are also found, stabilizing the structure. All bond lengths and angles are normal and comparable with those found for related compounds [15], [16], [17].


Corresponding author: Heng-Qiang Zhang, Department of Chemistry, Hebei Normal University for Nationalities, Chengde 067000, People’s Republic of China, E-mail:

Funding source: Foundation of Hebei Education Departmenthttp://dx.doi.org/10.13039/501100003482

Award Identifier / Grant number: ZD2020412

  1. Author contributions: All the authors have accepted responsibility for the entire content of this submitted manuscript and approved submission.

  2. Research funding: This study was financially supported by Foundation of Hebei Education Department (No. ZD2020412).

  3. Conflict of interest statement: The authors declare no conflicts of interest regarding this article.

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Received: 2022-02-22
Accepted: 2022-04-05
Published Online: 2022-04-15
Published in Print: 2022-08-26

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