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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: QTAIM charge-charge flux-dipole flux models for the infrared fundamental intensities of difluoro- and dichloroethylenes
Author: da Silva, JV
Faria, SHDM
Haiduke, RLA
Bruns, RE
Abstract: A quantum theory of atoms in molecules (QTAIM) charge-charge flux-dipole flux (CCFDF) decomposition of the MP2/6-311++G(3d,3p) level molecular dipole moment derivatives is reported for the cis-, trans-, and 1,1-difluoroethylenes and the cis- and trans-dichloroethylenes. Although the dipole moment derivatives and infrared fundamental intensities calculated at the MP2 level are overestimated for high-intensity bands corresponding to CF and CC stretching vibrations, the overall agreement is good with a root-mean-square (rms) error of 19.6 km mol(-1) for intensities ranging from 0 to 217.7 km mol(-1). The intensities calculated from the QTAIM/CCFDF model parameters are in excellent agreement with those calculated directly by the MP2/6-311++G(3d,3p) approach with only a 1.8 km mol(-1) rms error. A high negative correlation (r = -0.91) is found between the charge flux and dipole flux contributions to the dipole moment derivatives. Characteristic values of charge, charge flux, and dipole flux contributions are found for CF, CCl, and CH stretching derivatives. The CH stretching derivatives provide especially interesting results with very high charge flux and dipole flux contributions with opposite signs. The charge, charge flux, and dipole flux contributions are found to be transferable from the cis to the trans isomers providing accurate predictions of the theoretical trans intensities with rms errors of 8.6 km mol(-1) for trans-difluoroethylene and 5.9 km mol(-1) for trans-dichloroethylene.
Country: EUA
Editor: Amer Chemical Soc
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1021/jp065422v
Date Issue: 2007
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