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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Oxygen atom transfer to positive ions: A novel reaction of ozone in the gas phase
Author: Mendes, MA
Moraes, LAB
Sparrapan, R
Eberlin, MN
Kostiainen, R
Kotiaho, T
Abstract: In the gas phase, neutral ozone (O-3) transfers an oxygen atom to several positive ions, i.e. the radical cations of pyridines (R-Py+.; R = H, CH3, C2H5, and Cl), pyrimidine (Pi(+).), and alkyl halides (CH3X+.; X = Cl and I), and the halogen cations (X+; X = Cl, Br, and I). Reactivity changes drastically within the halogen series (Cl+ much less than Br+ less than or equal to I+), whereas no O-transfer occurs to F+. The oxide derivatives R-Py+-O ., Pi(+)-O ., CH3X+-O ., and XO+ are formed, as demonstrated by pentaquadrupole (QqQqQ) double- and triple-stage mass spectrometry. No oxygen atom transfer occurs, however, in 'inverse' reactions, i.e., those of ionized ozone (O-3(+).) with the corresponding neutrals; and charge transfer dominates. Ab initio calculations suggest that O-transfer from ozone to ionized pyridine yields ionized pyridine N-oxide via simple nucleophilic addition of ozone as opposed to 1,3-dipolar cycloaddition. Similar nucleophilic addition followed by Oz loss is also the most likely mechanism for O-transfer from ozone to the ionized alkyl halides and halogen cations. This novel O-transfer reaction to positive ions, which expands our knowledge of the rich chemistry of ozone, introduces a new pathway for the gas-phase oxidation of halogen atoms, pyridines, pyrimidines, alkyl halides, and analogues, and consequently for the gas-phase generation of their chemically interesting but difficult to access ionized oxides.
Country: EUA
Editor: Amer Chemical Soc
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1021/ja971251j
Date Issue: 1998
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