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In the crystal of the title compound, there are hydrogen bonds between the carbonyl atom O4 and the hy­droxy group O2–H2 of the boronic acid and atom O2 of the boronic acid with a distance of 2.753 (1) Å (Fig. 2 and Table 1). The hy­droxy group O1-H1 of the boronic acid is in an inversion-related hydrogen-bonded network with the oxygen O2 of the boronic acid at a distance of 2.762 (1) Å (Fig. 2 and Table 1).

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9-Phenylcarbazole-3-boronic acid is used in the synthesis of alkyl-functionalized organic dyes.

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Substituted phenylboronic acid derivatives have been prepared mainly for applications in organic synthesis (Miyaura & Suzuki, 1995; Hall, 2005) and for molecular recognition of biochemically active molecules (Shinkai , 2001). More recently, such boronic acid derivatives have attracted attention also as building blocks for the self-assembly of macrocyclic and polymeric assemblies. For this purpose, the boronic acid is generally converted to an ester (boronate) via condensation with an aliphatic or aromatic diol, which is then assembled to a macromolecular structure via reaction of the additional attached to the -phenyl ring (Höpfl, 2002; Fujita , 2008; Severin, 2009). In this context, 3-aminophenylboronic acid has been employed for the generation of macrocycles and cages (Dreos , 2002; Barba , 2004 and 2006; Barba & Betanzos, 2007; Christinat , 2008).

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For background to the synthesis, structures and applications of phenylboronic acid derivatives, see: Barba & Betanzos (2007); Barba (2004, 2006); Bernstein (1995); Christinat (2008); Dreos (2002); Fujita (2008); Höpfl (2002); Hall (2005); Lulinski (2007); Miyaura & Suzuki (1995); Severin (2009); Shinkai (2001); Smith (2008); Zhang (2007).


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For background to the synthesis, structures and applications of phenylboronic acid derivatives, see: Barba & Betanzos (2007); Barba (2004, 2006); Bernstein (1995); Christinat (2008); Dreos (2002); Fujita (2008); Höpfl (2002); Hall (2005); Lulinski (2007); Miyaura & Suzuki (1995); Severin (2009); Shinkai (2001); Smith (2008); Zhang (2007).

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In the crystal of the title compound, there are hydrogen bonds between the carbonyl atom O4 and the hy­droxy group O2–H2 of the boronic acid and atom O2 of the boronic acid with a A distance of 2.753 (1) Å (Fig. 2 and Table 1). The hy­droxy group O1-H1 of the boronic acid is in an inversion-related hydrogen-bonded network with the oxygen O2 of the boronic acid at a distance of 2.762 (1) Å (Fig. 2 and Table 1).

(IUCr) 3-Amino­phenyl­boronic acid monohydrate

For background to the synthesis, structures and applications of phenyl­boronic acid derivatives, see: Barba & Betanzos (2007); Barba (2004, 2006); Bernstein (1995); Christinat (2008); Dreos (2002); Fujita (2008); Höpfl (2002); Hall (2005); Lulinski (2007); Miyaura & Suzuki (1995); Severin (2009); Shinkai (2001); Smith (2008); Zhang (2007).

Alkylboronic acid or boronate synthesis - Organic …

Substituted phenylboronic acid derivatives have been prepared mainly for applications in organic synthesis (Miyaura & Suzuki, 1995; Hall, 2005) and for molecular recognition of biochemically active molecules (Shinkai , 2001). More recently, such boronic acid derivatives have attracted attention also as building blocks for the self-assembly of macrocyclic and polymeric assemblies. For this purpose, the boronic acid is generally converted to an ester (boronate) via condensation with an aliphatic or aromatic diol, which is then assembled to a macromolecular structure via reaction of the additional attached to the -phenyl ring (Höpfl, 2002; Fujita , 2008; Severin, 2009). In this context, 3-aminophenylboronic acid has been employed for the generation of macrocycles and cages (Dreos , 2002; Barba , 2004 and 2006; Barba & Betanzos, 2007; Christinat , 2008).