Biomimetic and Bioorganic Chemistry III by F. Vögtle, E. Weber, M. Badertscher, F. M. Menger, Y. PDF

By F. Vögtle, E. Weber, M. Badertscher, F. M. Menger, Y. Kanaoka, P. Portman, E. Pretsch, G. Schmidt, K. Tanizawa, M. Welti

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To H2CO H2CO H2CO H2CO H20 H2CO H2CO H2CO 4 H2CO 5 H2CO Li ÷ Li + Li + Li + Li + Li ÷ Li ÷ Li + Li + Li + 6 HSO Ligand Ion TaMe 1. (continued) GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO H C,O Li all H C,O Li H C,O Li H C,O Li [1l [2/11 [21 [11 [2/1] [2] [1] [2/1] [2] (7) (4) (7/3) (7) [31 [5/311] [3/1] [3] [5/3] [3/1] [21 [4/21 [4] [21 [4/2] [4] contracted (4) (7/3) (7) (4) (7/3) (4) (9/S/l) (7/1) 6-31G H G L O (5) C,O G L O (10/5) Li G L O (10) H G L O (5) C,O G L O (10/5) Li G L O (10) counterpoise corrected H G T O (4) C,O G T O (9/5) L~ G T O (7/1) all G T O STO-3G G T O 4-31G G T O 5-21G G T O STO-3G H, C, O Li all uncontracted type atom Basis set b STO-3G geometry * tetragonal, * part.

C O - N =C(NH 2 ) - C H = C H - N H . Li + . ~O-N=(2(NH2)-CH=CH-NHl Li + . 2 NH2--(20--NH--CO--NH 2 Li + H GLO (1) C, N GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) counterpoise corrected H GLO (1) (2, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) H GLO (1) C, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) n GLO (1) C, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) H GLO (1) C, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) counterpoise corrected H GTO (3) C, N, O GTO (7/3) Li GTO 6G3G H GTO (3) C, N, O GTO (7/3) Li GTO (5) H GLO (1) (2, N, O GLO (~/1) Li GLO (2) H GLO (1) C, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) counterpoise corrected H GLO (1) C, N GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) [1] [2/1] [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [11 [2/I] [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [I] [2/11 [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [2/1] [11 [1] [2/1] [1] [11 [2/1] [1] experimental experimental experimental experimental experimental assumed assumed experimental experimental experimental 192 Li,--O 185 Li--O 185 Li--O 176 Li--O 176 Li--O 170 Li--O not given 195 Li--O 195 Li--O not given 293 t94 212 168 188 193 238 242 270 302 72~ ~3~ 72~ 7a) v~) 62~ 22) 73) 721 71) a 5" E" =_ ] | C---NH - t 2 I I 2 uncontracted GLO GLO GLO GLO GLO GLO GTO GTO GTO GTO H C,O Li H C,O Li H C,O Li all GTO 6-31G* GTO, (6/1) GTO (11/7/1) GTO (12/6) all H N Na NH 3 NH3 Na ÷ (1) (2/1) (2) (1) (2/1) (2) (3) (7/3) (5) 3-21G GTO STO-3G all Na + z type H GLO (l) C, N , O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) counterpoise corrected H GLO (1) C,N GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) H GLO (1) C,N GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) atom Basis setb NH 3 CH 2 - ( O - C H z - C H 2)2-O-CH 2 I CH2-(O-CH 2-CH2)2-O-CH 2 CH3-O-CH z-CH2-O-CH 2 CH3-O-CHz-CHz-O-~H2 CHz-O-CH2-CH2-O-CH2 I CH2-O-CH2-CH2-O-CH 2 CHa-O-CH2-CH2-O-~H2 CH3-NH-CH2-CH2-NH-CH CH3-NH-CHz-CHz-NH-CH C H 2 - N H - C H 2 - C H 2 - NH-CHg CH2-NH-CH,-CH2-NH-CH guanine NHz-C==N- I LI N H - ~ C O - C - N =CH Ligand N,a + Li + Li ÷ Li + Li + Li + Li + Li + Ion Table I.

Continued) H C, N, O Li H C, N, O Li H C, N, O Li H C, O Li H C, O Li H C S Li H C, N, O Li H C, N, O Li H C, N, O Li atom Basis setb GTO GTO GTO GLO GLO GLO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GLO GLO GLO GTO GTO GTO GLO GLO GLO type (3) (7/3) 6G3G (1) (2/1) (2) (3) (7/3) 6G3G (3) (7/3) 6G3G (3) (7/3) (5) (4) (7/3) (10/6) (7/3) (1) (2/1) (2) (3) (7/3) 6G3G (1) (2/1) (2) uncontracted [1] [2/1] [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [2] [4/2] [5/4] [4/1] [1] [2/1] [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [2/11 [1] [2/1] [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [2/1] contracted experimental assumed experimental * not varied assumed assumed synperiplanar E(conf) = 30 k J/mole assumed assumed experimental * not varied assumed Ligand geometry/ * Complex geometry ¢ 180 Li--O given not 175 Li--O 213 Li O 178 Li--O given not not given 175 Li--O not given 269 232 193 87 244 178 232 185 231 22} 67) 66) 70) 22) 22} 67) 22) g J/ [pm] mole] -E (Int) Ref.

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