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Erich Julius Clar
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Book Description. Solved and Unsolved Problems of Structural Chemistry introduces new methods and approaches for solving problems related to molecular structure. It includes numerous subjects such as aromaticity—one of the central themes of chemistry—and topics from bioinformatics such as graphical and numerical characterization of DNA, proteins, and . In organic chemistry, aromaticity is a property of cyclic (ring-shaped), planar (flat) structures with a ring of resonance bonds that gives increased stability compared to other geometric or connective arrangements with the same set of atoms. Aromatic molecules are very stable, and do not break apart easily to react with other substances. Organic compounds that are not aromatic are .
The non-bonding electron pair on the nitrogen is not part of the aromatic π-electron sextet, and may bond to a proton or other electrophile without disrupting the aromatic system. In the case of thiophene, a sulfur analog of furan, one of the sulfur electron pairs (colored blue) participates in the aromatic ring π-electron conjugation. Buy Aromatic Sextet by Eric Clar from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £
But in polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAH), it’s not sufficient to know whether the molecule is overall aromatic – the individual rings have varying degrees of aromatic character. Aromaticity The literal meaning of "aromaticity" is "fragrance," but the word has a special meaning in chemistry. Aromaticity has to do with the unusual stability of the compound benzene and its derivatives, as well as certain other unsaturated ring compounds. The structures of these compounds are often shown to contain double bonds, but they do not actually behave like .
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(Erich), Aromatic sextet. London, New York, J. Wiley [©] (OCoLC) Document Type. absorption band Absorption spectra acene series anthanthrene anthracene aromatic conjugation aromatic sextet arrows asymmetric annellation effect bay protons benzologues benzoperylene big shift biphenyl carbon central ring CH3 CH3 CH3 doublet CH3 groups CH3 signal CHAPTER Chem Clar coronene coupling constants decoupling dehydrogenating.
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Clar E. () The Aromatic Sextet. In: Rondia D., Cooke M., Haroz R.K. (eds) Mobile Source Emissions Including Policyclic Organic Species.
NATO ASI Series (Series C: Mathematical and Physical Sciences), vol Clar E. () The Aromatic Sextet and its Significance in Relation to the Stability of Aromatic Systems.
The Aromatic Sextet: Von E. Clar ; John Wiley & Sons LTD, London, New York, Sydney, Toronto ; Seiten mit zahlreichen Formelbildern; Format 13 × 20 cm; broschiert £ 1, The heteroatoms (N, O, and S) in pyrrole, furan, and thiophene contribute two π-electrons to the aromatic sextet and push electron density toward the ring carbons.
As a result, the carbon atoms in the ring acquire partial negative charge and pyrrole, furan, and thiophene are described as electron-rich or π-excessive. Among them, the probably most successful was Clar's π-sextet rule formulated in in the book “The Aromatic Sextet” (Clar, ).
This model was inspired by the work of Armit and Robinson who were the first to use the term aromatic π-sextet (Armit. In his book, Clar provided many examples to support his observation and built Clar's aromatic sextet theory.
Recently, topgraphical features of the molecular electrostatic potential of a series of polycyclic aromatic benzenoid hydrocarbons have been analyzed at B3LYP/+G(d,p) and MP2/6- 31+G(d,p) levels. The tropylium ion has an aromatic sextet spread over seven carbon atoms. An analogous ion, with the sextet spread over eight carbon atoms, is the 1,3,5,7-tetramethylcyclooctatetraene dictation (68).
This ion, which is stable in solution at −50°C, is diatropic and approximately planar. The dication 68 is not stable above about −30°C. Compounds from fused benzene or aromatic heterocyclic rings are themselves aromatic Naphthalene: 4n+2=10, n=2 note: Hückels rule is strictly for monocyclic aromatic compound, its application to polycyclic aromatic compounds is tenuous.
28 Spectroscopy of Aromatic Compounds IR: Aromatic ring C–H stretching at cm−1 and. The concept of Clar's π-electron aromatic sextet was tested against a set of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons in neutral and doubly charged forms.
Systems containing different types of rings (in the context of Clar's concept) were chosen, including benzene, naphthalene, anthracene, phenanthrene and the case of dicationic structures both singlet and triplet.
Thus, most books on heterocyclic chemistry are mainly devoted to the reactivity of aromatic compounds. Tables – indicate models of the heterocyclic derivatives described in these volumes. Table shows simple heterocyclic systems of three or four members. In this case, the literature examples are mainly non-aromatic, as indicated in.
The “aromatic sextet theory” of Erich Clar 1,3 provides the simplest and most direct way by which an insight into the dominant modes of cyclic conjugation of a benzenoid molecule can be gained.
In the Clar theory, so. Pyrrole is a five-membered aromatic heterocycle. In pyrrole, the lone pair electrons on the sp 2-hybridized nitrogen are part of the aromatic sextet (contrast this to pyridine, where the lone pair occupies one of the sp 2 hybrid orbitals).
This book is designed to present the facts in a simple and clear order and to derive empirical rules from them, but it does not present a com prehensive theory about polycyclic hydrocarbons. An attempt is made instead to extend classical symbolism into modern structural chemistry.
The Aromatic Sextet and its Significance in Relation to. The topographical features describe Clar's aromatic sextet theory very well and simplify the aromatic characterization of each ring of a PBH system. The concepts such as “aromatic dilution” observed for polyacene series and the “empty ring” in triphenylene, perylene, and coronene are clearly brought out from this study.
Clar’s aromatic sextet rule has been widely used for the prediction of the reactivity and stability of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons with a closed-shell electronic configuration. Recent advances in open-shell biradicaloids have shown that the number of aromatic sextet rings plays an important role in determination of their ground states.
In order. Topographical features of the molecular electrostatic potential (MESP) of a series of polycyclic aromatic benzenoid hydrocarbons have been analyzed at B3LYP/+G(d,p) and MP2/+G(d,p) levels of theory to study the relationship between π-electron distribution and Clar's aromatic sextet theory.
For all th.Book: Organic Chemistry with a Biological Emphasis (Soderberg) (the lone pair is located in an sp 2 orbital, and is not part of the aromatic sextet). Fused-ring structures can also fulfill the Hückel criteria, and often have many of the same properties as monocyclic aromatic compounds, including a planar structure.
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