X-ray diffuse scattering from HTMA: analysis via a Monte Carlo model
Hexamethylenetetramine (HMT, C6H12N4, also referred to as urotropin) and azelaic acid [A, HOOC - (CH2) 7 - COOH] form a co-crystal or adduct (HMTA, also referred to as urotropin azelate) which exhibits several structural phases as a function of temperature. At room temperature, the structure is orthorhombic, but shows substantial disorder. Here, this disorder is explored by analyzing the diffuse scattering from single crystals of HMTA via Monte Carlo simulation. The disorder is in part...[Show more]
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