Solvatochromism of Heteroaromatic Compounds: XXVII. Configuration Isomerism of H Complexes of Methanol with Carbonyl Compounds View Full Text


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2005-10

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A. I. Vokin, L. P. Oznobikhina, A. M. Shulunova, S. V. Fedorov, V. K. Turchaninov

ABSTRACT

The energy minimum of H complexes of methanol with carbonyl compounds corresponds to the nonlinear structure in which the bridging hydrogen atom deviates from the axis of the C=O bond. The stretching vibration bands of the OH bonds in these H complexes, observed in the IR spectra of solutions (CCl4), have a complex shape or are asymmetrical, which is due to the existence of two configuration isomers differing in the direction of the H bond. Difference in the orientation of the subunits of the complex may cause significant differences in the OH stretching frequencies. More... »

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1566-1575

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