Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry

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Editor-in-Chief: Luis Echegoyen

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  1. A theoretical assignment on excited-state intramolecular proton transfer mechanism for quercetin

    Dapeng Yang, Guang Yang, Jinfeng Zhao, Rui Zheng, Yusheng Wang and Jian Lv

    Version of Record online: 13 JAN 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/poc.3684

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    Both hydrogen bonds of quercetin are strengthened in the S1 state. Frontier molecular orbitals support the ESIPT process. The ESIPT reaction should occur along hydrogen bond of 6-membered ring-like structure rather than the 5-membered one.

  2. Alkylperoxyl spin adducts of pyrroline-N-oxide spin traps: Experimental and theoretical CASSCF study of the unimolecular decomposition in organic solvent, potential applications in water

    Sergiu Lescic, Hakim Karoui, Micaël Hardy, Laurence Charles, Paul Tordo, Olivier Ouari, Anouk Gaudel-Siri and Didier Siri

    Version of Record online: 12 JAN 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/poc.3677

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    We investigated at the MRMP2//CASSCF level of theory the mechanism of decay of methylperoxyl and tert-butylperoxyl spin adducts formed with various cyclic nitrones. We showed that no transition state can be located for the O─O homolytic cleavage that yields an intermediate biradical with the following sequence O─N─C─O. Then, homolytic cleavage of the N─C bond yields a nitrosoaldehyde, through an early transition state with a very low activation energy.

  3. Substituent effect on structure, stability, and aromaticity of novel BnNmC20–(n+m) heterofullerenes

    Maryam Koohi, Somayeh Soleimani Amiri and Bibi Narjes Haerizade

    Version of Record online: 10 JAN 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/poc.3682

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    A flow chart for examination of the stability of fullerene C20 and some of its scrutinized novel BnNmC20─(n+m) heterofullerene analogues, at DFT levels.

  4. Anilinolysis of O-butyl phenyl phosphonochloridothioate in acetonitrile: Synthesis, characterization, kinetic study, and reaction mechanism

    Hasi Rani Barai, Ji-hoon Kim and Sang Woo Joo

    Version of Record online: 5 JAN 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/poc.3679

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    The kinetics of the nucleophilic substitution reactions of O-butyl phenyl phosphonochloridothioate with XC6H4NH2(D)2 are investigated in MeCN at 55.0°C. This study examines the synthesis, characterization, kinetic study, the substituent effects, deuterium kinetic isotope effects, and mechanism of the thiophosphoryl transfer reactions. A concerted SN2 mechanism with predominant backside nucleophilic attack involving in-line-type TSb was proposed on the basis of the selectivity parameters and variation trend of the deuterium kinetic isotope effects with X.

  5. A comparative study on the Ge6C14 heterofullerene nanocages: a density functional survey

    M. Koohi, M. Shariati and S. Soleimani Amiri

    Version of Record online: 5 JAN 2017 | DOI: 10.1002/poc.3678

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    A density functional theory study on stability, structural, and electronic properties of the isolated-pentagon Ge6C14 isomers.

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