The structure of isopropyl-N-phenylcarbamate was solved by direct methods and refined to anR of 0·123 for 455 observed reflections. The molecule is stabilised by N-H ... O hydrogen bonds (2·873A). The angle between the phenyl ring and the carbamate group is 31(4)°. Charge density calculations were carried out on this molecule using the Huckellcaomo method for π charges and the DelRe method for ϕ charges. The charge separation between the ring atom with a net positive charge and the tail methyl group carbons are 5·53 and 5·83 A.
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