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Use of the CCFDF model in the interpretation of the fundamental intensities of the 'X IND. 2 CY' molecules and its application in characteristic substituent shift model

By Sergio Henrique Dias Marques Faria

Abstract

Foram determinadas as cargas e dipolos atômicos QTAIM, a partir das geometrias otimizadas das moléculas X2CY (X = H, F, Cl; Y = O, S). Com esses dados, foram calculados os momentos de dipolo molecular dessas moléculas, que apresentaram uma boa concordância com os valores experimentais disponíveis na literatura e com os calculados diretamente pela função de onda MP2/6-311++G (3d, 3p). Também foram calculadas as intensidades fundamentais do infravermelho das moléculas X2CY que tiveram boa concordância com as intensidades fundamentais experimentais já publicadas, além daquelas obtidas com a função de onda MP2. Com as derivadas médias do momento dipolar das moléculas X2CY decompostas em contribuições de carga ? fluxo de carga ? fluxo de dipolo foi verificada a validade da regra da soma (CSSM - Characteristic Substituent-Shift Model) para essas três contribuições. Os resultados indicaram boa concordância da regra da soma em relação aos resultados obtidos pelo modelo CCFDF/QTAIM para todas as contribuições. A regra da soma para as contribuições CCFDF das derivadas médias do momento dipolar das moléculas CnHm, CHnXm (X= F, Cl), CFnClm, CX2 (X = S, O) e CX4 (X = F, Cl) também foi testada. Observouse que as contribuições de carga tiveram uma melhor concordância com as do modelo CCFDF/QTAIM do que as dos fluxos para o átomo de carbono. Já, para os átomos terminais dessas moléculas, a regra da soma mostrou-se inválida para o cálculo das derivadas médias do momento dipolar. Finalmente, a comparação entre os programas Gaussian 98 com o Morphy mostrou que ambos os programas são igualmente eficientesThe QTAIM atomic charges and dipoles of X2CY (X = H, F, Cl; Y = O, S) molecules were determined from their optimized geometries. With these data the molecular dipole moments were calculated, showing good agreement with the experimental values in the literature and with the calculated values from the MP2/6-311++G (3d, 3p) wavefunction. The infrared fundamental intensities of the X2CY molecules were calculated and presented good agreement with experimental results already published and also with those obtained with the MP2 wavefunction. With the mean dipole moment derivatives of X2CY molecules decomposed into charge ? charge flux ? dipole flux contributions, the validity of the Characteristic Substituent Shift Model (CSSM) was verified for these three contributions. The results indicated good agreement of the CSSM in relation to the results obtained from the CCFDF/QTAIM model for all contributions. The CSSM for CCFDF contributions of the mean dipole moment derivatives of the CnHm, CHnXm (X= F, Cl), CFnClm, CX2 (X = S, O) e CX4 (X = F, Cl) molecules was also tested. The charge contributions showed better agreement with the ones of the CCFDF/QTAIM model than did the flux contributions for the carbon atom. For terminal atoms of theses molecules, the CSSM was not valid for the calculation of the mean dipole moment derivatives. Finally, comparison between results of the Gaussian 98 and Morphy programs showed that both are equally efficient for these X2CY molecule

Topics: CCFDF, Derivadas medias, Dipolo, Regra de soma, Mean derivatives, Dipole, Characteristic substituent shift model
Publisher: Universidade Estadual de Campinas . Instituto de Química
Year: 2008
OAI identifier: oai:agregador.ibict.br.BDTD_UNICAMP:oai:unicamp.br:vtls000442042
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