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1 Description of Molecular Structure Using Valence Bond Concepts 22 E+ E CHAPTER 1 R O+ O+ O R enhanced electron density at C(2) R O Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure E E + R + OR stabilization of the cationic intermediate : O R E O+ R Why does an alkoxy group enhance reactivity and direct the electrophile to the position? A resonance structure can be drawn that shows an oxygen unshared pair in conjugation with the double bond. More importantly, the same conjugation strongly stabilizes the cation formed by electrophilic attack.
Chem. , 110, 7684 (1988). 26 Electronegativity and hardness determine the extent of electron transfer between two molecular fragments in a reaction. 10) y where is absolute electronegativity and is hardness for the reacting species. For example, we can calculate the degree of electron transfer for each of the four halogen atoms reacting with the methyl radical to form the corresponding methyl halide. X · +CH3 · → CH3 X X F Cl Br I 26 x 10 4 83 76 68 x 70 47 42 37 N 0 23 0 17 0 14 0 10 CH3X 94 75 58 47 R.
J. , J. Am. Chem. , 93, 305, 2413 (1971). 32 CHAPTER 1 Chemical Bonding and Molecular Structure Hückel’s rule also pertains to charged cyclic conjugated systems. The cyclopropenyl (2 electrons), cyclopentadienyl anion (6 electrons), and cycloheptatrienyl (tropylium) cation (6 electrons) are examples of stabilized systems. We say much more about the relationship between MO configuration and aromaticity in Chapter 9. 2. Semiempirical MO Methods Beginning in the 1960s, various more elaborate MO methods were developed and applied to organic molecules.