The title mol-ecule, C21H26O3, has a six-membered planar carbon ring as the central core, substituted at position 1 with phen-oxy-carbonyl, at position 2 with hy-droxy and at positions 3 and 5 with tert-butyl groups. The structure shows two independent but very similar mol-ecules within the asymmetric unit. For both independent mol-ecules, the ester carboxyl-ate group is coplanar with the central core, as reflected by the small C - C - O - C torsion angles [179.95 (17) and 173.70 (17)°]. In contrast, the phenyl substituent is almost perpendicular to the carboxyl-ate -CO2 fragment, as reflected by C - O - C - C torsion angles, ranging from 74 to 80°. The coplanarity between the central aromatic ring and the ester carboxyl-ate -CO2- group allows the formation of an intra-molecular hydrogen bond, with O⋯O distances of 2.563 (2) and 2.604 (2) Å.
|Publicación||Acta Crystallographica Section E: Structure Reports Online|
|Estado||Publicada - dic 2010|
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