Advances in Physical Organic Chemistry by John P. Richard (Eds.)

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By John P. Richard (Eds.)

Advances in actual natural Chemistry offers the chemical group with authoritative and important checks of the various elements of actual natural chemistry. the sphere is a quickly constructing one, with effects and methodologies discovering software from biology to stable kingdom physics. * reports the applying of quantitative and mathematical equipment in the direction of realizing chemical difficulties * Multidisciplinary volumes disguise natural, organometallic, bioorganic, enzymes and fabrics subject matters

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It is remarkable that while the vinyl cation and benzenonium ion have similar pKas, their pKR values differ by 38 log units. This is an indication of the sensitivity of pKa to the stability of the conjugate base of the cation, and specifically to the very different energies of p-bonds in acetylene and benzene. 118 Thus Lucchini and Modena’s access to the parent vinyl cation clearly depends on the high energy of the triple bond of their alkyne reactant. 84,121–124 Nevertheless, although stabilities of the cations have been measured and calculated in the gas phase120 and stabilities in solution have been assessed from rate constants for solovolysis based on the use of leaving groups as reactive as triflate and iodobenzene,117,118,125 the kinetic measurements do not at present provide access to thermodynamic data.

23–28), it is clear that pKR provides the more appropriate measure of the stability of the carbocations and that pKa strongly reflects the stability of the aromatic molecule, which indeed is directly measured by pKH2 O . Thus the nearly invariant pKa for four of the cations arises from compensation between changes in the stability of the cation and of the aromatic molecule. It is noteworthy that as judged by pKR protonated benzene is a particularly stable carbocation. 110 A surprising observation is that benzoannelation is quite strongly destabilizing for the cations.

Again, the brackets indicate ‘‘correction’’ of a measurement from TFE–H2O to water. 7) Solvent relaxation, hydration equilibria, and the t-butyl cation Recognition that the rotational relaxation constant of water (1011 sÀ1)24,76 provides a limit to values of kH2 O for reaction of sufficiently reactive carbocations offers an important means of establishing this rate constant. 93 Evidence that kH2 O has indeed reached its limiting value includes minimal trapping by azide ions and correlations of kH2 O with pKR which approach this limit for more stable cations (see below, p.

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