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Large phosphorus hyperfine coupling as a sensitive tool for studying molecular dynamics : ESR and Molecular Mechanics studies of ring interconversion in cis-2,5-diphosphoryl-2,5-dimethyl-pyrrolidinoxyl radical
English
Rockenbauer, Antal [> > > >]
Gaudel-Siri, Anouk [> > > >]
Siri, Didier [> > > >]
Berchadsky, Yves [> > > >]
Le Moigne, François [> > > >]
Olive, Gilles mailto [Université de Liège - ULg > > Gembloux Agro-Bio Tech >]
Tordo, Paul [> > > >]
2003
Journal of Physical Chemistry A
107
19
3851-3857
Yes (verified by ORBi)
International
1089-5639
[en] Hyperfine Coupling ; Phosphorus ; ESR
[en] ESR spectra of cis- and trans-â-diphosphorylated pyrrolidine-N-oxyl radicals, c-1 and t-1, were studied in liquid and frozen solution. The expected 1:2:1 triplet (aP (2)) of the 1:1:1 triplet (aN) was observed for t-1; however, for c-1, the inner lines of the 1:2:1 triplet showed a dramatic broadening characteristic of chemical exchange between two equivalent conformations. Owing to the large difference in the hyperfine splitting constants (hfsc) of the exchanging phosphorus (¢aP 21 G), the coalescence temperature was unusually high (193 K, in n-pentane), and the potential barrier for ring interconversion (10.5 kJ mol-1) was easily obtained from the temperature dependence of the exchange rate. This value was in very good agreement with
the value obtained for an empirical pseudorotational potential (11 kJ mol-1) that was adjusted to fit the temperature dependence of the phosphorus hfsc. For c-1, molecular mechanics calculations gave similar characteristics for the pseudorotational potential and indicated the existence of two identical minima with distorted geometries lying between 3T4 and 3E or 4T3 and E3. For t-1, only the 3T4 conformer was found to be significantly populated. Frozen solution spectra showed that the phosphorus hfsc anisotropy is higher when the C-P bond is pseudoaxial; this result can be explained by a geometry-dependent delocalization of the unpaired electron into the phosphorus 3p orbitals.
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