Precursor effects of the orthorhombic to monoclinic phase transition in benzocaine form (II) revealed by X-ray diffuse scattering
We described the development of a Monte Carlo computer model for the room-temperature form (II) polymorph of benzocaine that incorporates, on a local scale, structural features derived from the low-temperature form (III) polymorph. The introduction of this extra information convincingly reproduces those observed diffraction features that an earlier harmonic model was unable to achieve. In both form (I) and form (II) the hydrogen-bonded chains of molecules that extend along the respective a axes...[Show more]
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