Proximity effects on (1)J(CH) couplings are studied from a theoretical point of view in the following systems: CH4/FH (A) and H2O/HCN (B) which form dimers by hydrogen-bond interactions. (1)J(CH) couplings for different intermolecular distances are calculated for the C-H bond facing the atom bearing lone pairs. While in the former system, this coupling is increased owing to the proximity to the F atom; in the latter this coupling is decreased owing to the proximity to the O atom. These opposite trends are accompanied by slight shortening and lengthening, respectively, of the corresponding C-H bond lengths. As part of this work, measurements of (1)J(CH) couplings in 9-(1,3-dioxolan-2-yl)-1,2,3,4-tetrafluorotriptycene (I) and 1-formyl-2-hydroxy-8-fluoronaphthalene (II) and (1)J(NH) in o-fluorobenzamide (III), showing proximity effects as those described above are carried out. These results suggest that (1)J(XH) couplings are adequate probes to distinguish two different types of X-H...Y hydrogen bonds.
|Anno di pubblicazione:||1994|
|Titolo:||Proximity effects on nuclear spin--spin coupling constants. 1. (CH) couplings in the vicinity of an atom bearing a lone pair|
|Autore/i:||C. VIZIOLI; M. C. RUIZ DE AZUA; C. G. GIRIBET; R. H. CONTRERAS; L. TURI; J. J. DANNENBERG; I. D. RAE; J. A. WEIGOLD; M. MALAGOLI; M. MALAGOLI; P. LAZZERETTI|
|Codice identificativo Scopus:||2-s2.0-33748821622|
|Tipologia||Articolo su rivista|
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