Peculiarities of interaction of H+, Me3C+, and Me3Si+ ions with multifunctional molecules in the gas phase View Full Text


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DATE

1995-09

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V. I. Kadentsev, N. G. Kolotyrkina, A. A. Stomakhin, O. S. Chizhov

ABSTRACT

Peculiarities of interaction of H+, Me3C+, and Me3Si+ ions with functional groups of molecules in the gas phase have been studied. Proton tends to form chelates with virtually all of the functional groups studied, whereas Me3Si+ ions exhibit no capacity for chelation. Using isomeric xylenes as examples it was shown that Me3Si+ ions (unlike Me3C+ ions) experience virtually no steric hindrance when they react with nucleophilic centers. Effects of functional groups present in molecules of nitriles on the generation of [M+Me3C]+ adducts in the gas phase and the Ritter reaction in solution were estimated. More... »

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1698-1704

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/bf01151294

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