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A study of the molecular structure of methyl allenyl ether by means of gas electron diffraction

By J.M.J.M. Bijen and J.L. Derissen

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Abstract\ud From the electron diffraction pattern of gaseous methyl allenyl ether at room temperature the following bond lengths and bond angles for the molecular structure were obtained (standard deviations in parentheses): C=C = 1.318 (0.004) Å, C-O = 1.375 (0.007) Å, C'-O = 1.427 (0.008) Å, C=C-O = 125.3 (1.2)°, C-O-C' = 115.0 (1.2)°.\ud \ud The best model obtained by a least-squares fit on the molecular intensity curves is a planar cis-conformation (Cs symmetry) with a large torsional motion of the OCH3 group around the other ether linkage, the average of the absolute value of the torsion angle is 23 (6)°. There is no evidence of the presence of other conformations at this temperature

Topics: Scheikunde
Year: 1972
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.library.uu.nl:1874/15492
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