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Furosemide cocrystals : structures, hydrogen bonding, and implications for properties.

Harriss, Bethany I. and Vella-Zarb, Liana and Wilson, Claire and Evans, Ivana R. (2014) 'Furosemide cocrystals : structures, hydrogen bonding, and implications for properties.', Crystal growth and design., 14 (2). pp. 783-791.


Four new crystal structures of pharmaceutical molecule furosemide with GRAS coformers are reported and correlated with the known pharmacologically relevant properties of these materials. Furosemide carboxylic acid oxygen donor−coformer aromatic nitrogen acceptor is the dominant synthon, leading to the key intermolecular interactions in the cocrystals studied.

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Date deposited:28 January 2015
Date of first online publication:February 2014
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