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Donor-acceptor bond

by Elena Nikolaevna Gur"ianova

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Published by Wiley (etc.) in NewYork, Chichester .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Electron donor-acceptor complexes.,
  • Molecular orbitals.,
  • Chemical bonds.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementE.N. Gur"yanova, I.P. Gol"dshtein and I.P. Romm ; translated from Russian by R. Kondor ; translation edited by D. Slutzkin.
    ContributionsGol"dshteĭn, Inessa Pavlovna., Romm, Il"iaPavlovich., Kondor, Reuven., Slutzkin, Dinah.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD461
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix,366p. :
    Number of Pages366
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21458201M
    ISBN 100470336803, 0706515153

    π backbonding, also called π backdonation, is a concept from chemistry in which electrons move from an atomic orbital on one atom to an appropriate symmetry antibonding orbital on a π-acceptor ligand. It is especially common in the organometallic chemistry of transition metals with multi-atomic ligands such as carbon monoxide, ethylene or the nitrosonium cation. The donor-acceptor approach to molecular interactions (Book, ) [] Get this from a library! The donor-acceptor approach to molecular interactions.

    This is an exo-bond, in line with findings from the natural bond order formalism, [37][38][39] [40] or from valence bond (VB) theory. 41 Notice how an energetically very weak link, like that in Be. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. The donor-acceptor approach to molecular interactions Item Preview remove-circle Chemical bonds, Electron donor-acceptor complexes Publisher New York: Plenum Press.

      The donor and acceptor levels are the localized energy states of electrons bound to donor ions or holes bound to acceptor ions. The energy needed to ionize donors is the energy difference between the donor level and the conduction band. This ioniz. In donor-acceptor bonds, the metal atom is connected to hydrocarbons with multiple bonds between carbon atoms. Get exclusive access to content from our First Edition with your subscription. Subscribe today. Where metal atoms form covalent bonds with carbon atoms, the electrons are usually shared unequally. As a result, the bond is.


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Donor-acceptor bond by Elena Nikolaevna Gur"ianova Download PDF EPUB FB2

Further difficulties are encountered in the attempted description on the "nature" of the chemical bond, e.g., the forces involved.

In order to avoid these difficulties an extension of the donor-acceptor concept, characterized by the comparison between equilibrium structures in different molecular environments, will be presented in this by: Donor-acceptor bond.

New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: E N Gurʹi︠a︡nova; I P Golʹdshteĭn; I P Romm. About this book. About this book.

Recent developments in various areas of chemistry have been decisively influenced by the principles of structure and mechanism and by the ideas of coordination chemistry, in particular by the donor-acceptor approach, A unified view of almost all kinds of molecular forces is provided by quantum mechanics, and for practical purposes have been classified according to model assumptions, namely, dispersion, polarization, electrostatic Brand: Springer US.

This is an important book, worth a look if for no other reason than to witness outstanding scholarship. There are few texts that successfully incorporate so much data into the presentation of ideas. Valency and Bonding: A Natural Bond Orbital Donor–Acceptor Perspective (Frank Weinhold and Clark Landis) | Journal of Chemical EducationCited by: 2.

Valency and Bonding: A Natural Bond Orbital Donor-Acceptor Perspective. This textbook develops the foundations of Lewis- and Pauling-like localized structural and hybridization concepts to present the first modernized overview of chemical valency and bonding theory.

Directly based on current computational technology, it serves as both a general textbook exposition of modern Lewis, hybridization, and. Book Review. Valency and Bonding. A Natural Bond Orbital Donor–Acceptor Perspective.

By F. Weinhold and C. Landis. This chapter deals with the nature of the bonding in one-center and two-center donor–acceptor complexes of main group elements.

The one-center complexes EL2have a single atom E which binds to two σ-donor ligands L through donor–acceptor interactions LEL. Donor–Acceptor Bond. By E. Guryanova, I.

Goldstein and I. Romm. ix+ (Wiley: New York and Chichester; Israel Program for Scientific Translations. Book: Structure & Reactivity in Organic, Biological and Inorganic Chemistry (Schaller) The water in this case is acting as the hydrogen bond donor for formaldehyde.

Hydrogen bond acceptors are often important in biological systems, where nearly everything takes place in the presence of water. Each of the three edges of adenosine has a donor–acceptor–donor (DAD) pattern that is often recognized by proteins via a complementary acceptor–donor–acceptor (ADA) motif, whereby three distinct hydrogen bonds are formed: two conventional N–H⋯O and N–H⋯N hydrogen bonds, and one weak C–H⋯O hydrogen bond.

The local conformation of the adenine-binding loop is βββ or ββα. A NIR II emissive dye was synthesized by the C–H bond functionalization of 1-methylphenylindolizine with 3,6-dibromoxanthene. The rhodindolizine (RhIndz) spirolactone product was nonfluorescent; however, upon opening of the lactone ring by the formation of the ethyl ester derivative, the fluorophore absorbs at nm and emits at nm, which are both in the NIR II region.

Donor–acceptor bonding in novel low-coordinated compounds of boron and group atoms C–Sn. Gernot Frenking,*a Markus Hermann,a Diego M. Andrada a and Nicole Holzmann a. Author affiliations. * Corresponding authors. a Fachbereich Chemie, Philipps-Universität Marburg, Hans-Meerwein-Strasse, D Marburg, Germany.

Here the phosphine ligand acts as a σ-donor and a π-acceptor, forming a dπ-dπ bond. The third kind of metal-ligand π-bonding occurs when a π-donor ligand - an element with both a σ-symmetry electron pair and a filled orthogonal p-orbital - bonds to a metal, as shown above at the right for an O 2-ligand.

This occurs in early transition. Donor-Acceptor Bond. (also coordination bond), a term denoting one of the ways in which a chemical covalent bond is formed.

The ordinary covalent bond between two atoms is due to the interaction of two electrons, one from each atom. The donor-acceptor bond is formed by a pair of electrons from one atom (the donor) and a free (unfilled) orbital from another (the acceptor).

This graduate level text presents the first comprehensive overview of modern chemical valency and bonding theory, written by internationally recognised experts in the field. The authors build on the foundation of Lewis- and Pauling-like localized structural and hybridization concepts to present a book that is directly based on current ab-initio computational technology/5(2).

The Donor-Acceptor Approach to Molecular Interactions. Viktor Gutmann. Springer US, Apr 1, Science- pages. 0Reviews. Recent developments in. Osmium(II) PNP pincer complexes bearing a hemilabile pyridyl-pyrazolide (PyrPz) ligand have been synthesised, and their reactivity towards Lewis acidic bismuth compounds has been ons with BiCl 3 resulted in chlorine-atom-transfer to give an osmium(III) ons with cationic bismuth species led to adduct formation through N → Bi bond formation via the PyrPz ligand.

Abstract. Ab initio calculations have played an important role in the development of the theory of the hydrogen bond. First, the calculations have been able to predict properties of hydrogen-bonded complexes prior to experimental observation. Second, the ab initio calculations have been the standard against which semiempirical MO calculations and model theories could be evaluated.

Chemistry; Published ; DOI: /choice Valency and Bonding: A Natural Bond Orbital Donor-Acceptor Perspective @inproceedings{WeinholdValencyAB, title={Valency and Bonding: A Natural Bond Orbital Donor-Acceptor Perspective}, author={Frank Weinhold and Clark R.

Keywords: Donor Acceptor Bond, ADF, DFT Calculation, Adduct. Introduction The concept of Lewis acids and bases is commonly discussed in some inorganic chemistry text books1.

The basic concepts used to understand the origin of the chemical properties were based on the ligand field theory (LFT)2.

Maybe one of the first reported literatures. Interest in high-spin organic materials is driven by opportunities to enable far-reaching fundamental science and develop technologies that integrate light element spin, magnetic, and quantum functionalities.

Although extensively studied, the intrinsic instability of these materials complicates synthesis and precludes an understanding of how fundamental properties associated with the nature .Natural bond orbital analysis This section displays the NBOs in terms of their constituent hybrids, polarization coefficients, occupancies, and NAO composition.

Each NBO is labeled as being of core (CR), bond (BD), valence lone pair (LP), or extra-valence Rydberg .number of chemical investigations. In the deepest sense, this is a “theory book.” Dual authorship naturally brings a distinctive blend of perspectives.

The book reflects the influence of a “donor–acceptor” perspective based on NBO/NRT wave-function analysis methods developed in the research group of F. W. (a physical chemist).