Photochemistry of 2-amino-2H-benzochromenes View Full Text


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1991-04

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A. V. Metelitsa, N. V. Volbushko, M. I. Knyazhanskii

ABSTRACT

Diabatic photoinduced ring opening of the chromene ring of 2-amino-5,6-benzo-2H-chromenes and 2-amino-6-methyl-7,8-benzo-2H-chromenes leads, in the same way as a thermally induced reaction, to the establishment of ring-chain tautomer equilibrium in the ground electronic state, the position of this equilibrium depending on the polarity of the solvent, the temperature, and structural factors. o-Quinoid tautomers exist as several stable isomeric forms: an acoplanar cis-S-cis-trans-form absorbing in the shortwave region, and S-trans-isomers absorbing in the longwave region of the spectrum. Photoexcitation of the o-quinoid forms in the temperature range 125–190 K initiates mutual conversions of these and the initial 2H-chromene structure. The relative stability of the conformers of the o-quinoid form depends on steric and electronic factors: benzanellation in positions 5,6 leads to stabilization of the cis-S-cis-trans-isomer and in positions 7,8 the S-trans-isomers are more preferred: π-acceptor substituents on the amine component increase the stability of the cis-S-cis-trans isomer and electron-donor substituents stabilize the S-trans-isomer. More... »

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357-362

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