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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Quantum Theory Of Atoms In Molecules Charge-charge Flux-dipole Flux Models For The Infrared Intensities Of X(2)cy (x = H, F, Cl; Y = O, S) Molecules.
Author: Faria, Sergio H D M
Jr, João Viçozo da Silva
Haiduke, Roberto L A
Vidal, Luciano N
Vazquez, Pedro A M
Bruns, Roy E
Abstract: The molecular dipole moments, their derivatives, and the fundamental IR intensities of the X2CY (X = H, F, Cl; Y = O, S) molecules are determined from QTAIM atomic charges and dipoles and their fluxes at the MP2/6-311++G(3d,3p) level. Root-mean-square errors of +/-0.03 D and +/-1.4 km mol(-1) are found for the molecular dipole moments and fundamental IR intensities calculated using quantum theory of atoms in molecules (QTAIM) parameters when compared with those obtained directly from the MP2/6-311++G(3d,3p) calculations and +/-0.05 D and 51.2 km mol(-1) when compared with the experimental values. Charge (C), charge flux (CF), and dipole flux (DF) contributions are reported for all the normal vibrations of these molecules. A large negative correlation coefficient of -0.83 is calculated between the charge flux and dipole flux contributions and indicates that electronic charge transfer from one side of the molecule to the other during vibrations is accompanied by a relaxation effect with electron density polarization in the opposite direction. The characteristic substituent effect that has been observed for experimental infrared intensity parameters and core electron ionization energies has been applied to the CCFDF/QTAIM parameters of F2CO, Cl2CO, F2CS, and Cl2CS. The individual atomic charge, atomic charge flux, and atomic dipole flux contributions are seen to obey the characteristic substituent effect equation just as accurately as the total dipole moment derivative. The CH, CF, and CCl stretching normal modes of these molecules are shown to have characteristic sets of charge, charge flux, and dipole flux contributions.
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1021/jp072763f
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17616111
Date Issue: 2007
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