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Structure-reactivity relationships in reductions of heteroaromatic cations.

David William Heyes

Structure-reactivity relationships in reductions of heteroaromatic cations.

by David William Heyes

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Published by University of Manchester in Manchester .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D.), - University of Manchester, Department of Chemistry.

ContributionsUniversity of Manchester. Department of Chemistry.
The Physical Object
Pagination145p.
Number of Pages145
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It is shown that cations are poorer electron acceptors and anions are poorer electron donors in solution compared to those in gas phase. We have proven that the scaled aqueous electroaccepting power, ω + s, of cations can act as a good descriptor of the reduction reaction, which is expected to be applied in the design of solution reactions. Relationships between structure and electron transfer reactivity underlie many important electrochemical applications and provide fundamental insight to chemical and biological processes. The vast array of experimental techniques developed during the latter half of the twentieth century helped greatly to foster progress in this area, and the advent of powerful computational techniques such as.

Since its original appearance in , Advanced Organic Chemistry has maintained its place as the premier textbook in the field, offering broad coverage of the structure, reactivity and synthesis of organic compounds. Möbius aromaticity occurs when a cyclic system of molecular orbitals, formed from p π atomic orbitals and populated in a closed shell by 4n (n is an integer) electrons, is given a single half-twist to form a Möbius strip.A π system with 4n electrons in a flat (non-twisted) ring would be antiaromatic, and therefore highly unstable, due to the symmetry of the combinations of p atomic orbitals.


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Structure-reactivity relationships in reductions of heteroaromatic cations by David William Heyes Download PDF EPUB FB2

OI8CI(M Hydroxide Xoa Addition Extensive linear free energy relationships are now available for substituent effects upon both rate and equllibriua data for hydroxide ton addition to quinolinlua19'29 and Isoqulnollnlum29 cations, and also for the second-order rate constants for reduction of these cations by 1-benzyl- dlhydronlcotlnaalde14*Cited by: Structure—Reactivity Relationships in Oxidative Carbon—Carbon Bond Forming Reactions: A Mild and Efficient Approach to Stereoselective Syntheses of 2,6-Disubstituted Tetrahydropyrones.

ChemInform36 (6) DOI: /chin Richard C. Larock, Tanay by:   To unravel the structure-reactivity relationship, the XRD extrapolation method has also been adopted to quantify the monolayer dispersion threshold of CsNO 3 on the support. (1) It is discovered that the lattice capacity of SnO 2 for Co 2+ /Co 3+ cations is g Co 3 O 4 /g SnO 2, equaling to a molar ratio of Sn/Co = 85/Cited by: 1.

Journals & Books; Help Vol Is DecemberPages Structure-reactivity relationships in reactions of alkane radical cations: Study of the proton transfer from alkane radical cations to alkane molecules in Cited by: 1. The Structure-Reactivity Relationship of Olefin Reductions with Lithium in Ethylamine.

A Comparison of the Ethylamine and Ammonia Systems The Birch reduction as a tool for exploring orbital interactions through bonds. Through-three-bond interactions.

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Photochemistry and Photobiology36 (3), DOI: /jtbx. Michael Horner, Siegfried Hünig. Reactivities of heteroaromatic cations containing a Group VIB element in nucleophilic reactions.

Reactions of 9-phenyl-xanthylium, -thioxanthylium, and -selenoxanthylium salts with amines, sodium phenolate, and sodium benzenethiolate For reproduction of material from all other RSC journals and books.

Substituent effects in reductions of heteroaromatic cations. Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry15 (10), DOI: /poc Michael C.

Courtney, Aoife C. MacCormack, Rory A. More O'Ferrall. Comparison of pKR values of fluorenyl and anthracenyl cations. Theoretical studies on empirical structure-reactivity relationship: the Yukawa-Tsuno equation. Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry16 (6), DOI: /poc Kazuhide Nakata, Mizue Fujio, Kichisuke Nishimoto, Yuho Tsuno.

These data are then coupled with equilibrium constants for the addition of other nucleophiles to pyridinium cations, and also with linear free energy relationships that have been developed to relate the susceptibility of a variety of classes of heteroaromatic cations to hydroxide ion attack and to reduction by 1-benzyl-l,4-dihydronlcotinaBide.

Recent work on the reduction of heteroaromatic cations by 1,4-dihydronicotinamides and related reducing agents is reviewed. Extensive correlations are presented between the second-order rate constants (k 2) for these reactions and the second-order rate constants (k OH) and equilibrium constants (pK R +) for hydroxide ion attack on these correlations of log k 2 with the electron.

Matthias Patz's 24 research works with 1, citations and reads, including: ChemInform Abstract: Selective One-Electron and Two-Electron Reduction of C60. Recent work on the reduction of heteroaromatic cations by 1,4-dihydronicotinamides and related reducing agents is reviewed.

The structure—reactivity relationships and kinetic isotope effects. Structure‐reactivity relationships in dehydrohalogenation reactions of polychlorinated and polybrominated alkanes. Critical Reviews in Environmental Science and Technology: Vol.

23. These data support the hypothesis that formation of 1, 2-dihydropyridine systems upon reduction of heteroaromatic cations by 1, 4-dihydronicotinamides occurs via direct one step hydride transfer.

Stable crystalline salts of anionic σ complexes and heteroaromatic cations were obtained as a result of exchange reactions of pyridinium, quinolinium, and isoquinolinium salts with the Janovsky anionic trinitrobenzene σ complex at room temperature.

These salts are less stable with the dinitrobenzene σ complex and undergo decomposition upon heating with aromatization of the σ complex and. Structure-Reactivity Relationships A change in structure corresponds to a chemical reaction.

Reactivity is the term we use to describe the potential of a structure to undergo chemical change. Some structures are more prone to react than others. Structures that are likely to undergo chemical change are said to be reactive. Structures that are.

The crystal structure of 6,dihydrodipyrido[1,2-a: 1′,2′-d]pyrazinium dibromide (1) has been determined by X-ray aqueous or methanolic solution (1) behaves as a strong acid and is in equilibrium with the monocation (2); the proton-transfer kinetics have been studied using stopped-flow methods and the N-protonated form of (2) has been isolated as the di-iodide.

A structure-reactivity relationship is presented which predicts formation constants based solely on the structure of the organic ligand. This relationship has been evaluated using literature values of formation constants for Ni, Cd, Zn, and Fe. In book: Carbon-Centered Free Radicals and Radical Cations: Structure, Reactivity, and Dynamics (pp - ) Ralf I Kaiser Request the chapter directly from the author on ResearchGate.

An approach for the prediction of rate constants of chemical reactions, based on the representation of a chemical reaction as a condensed graph, has been tested on more than bimolecular nucleophilic substitution reactions with neutral nucleophiles in 38 solvents. Molecular fragment descriptors, temperature, and solvent parameters characterizing solvation power have been .Structure-Reactivity Relationships: Reactions of a 5-Substituted Aziadamantane in a Resorcin[4]arene-based Cavitand Article in Organic Letters 12(2) December with 4 Reads.STRUCTURE-REACTIVITY RELATIONSHIPS: HYDROCARBON REACTIVITY OTHER DOCUMENTS: Experimental procedure, report template INTRODUCTION This experiment is an investigation of chemical reactivity.

Therefore it is different to many of the experiments you have done so far this semester as they were based primarily on learning laboratory techniques.