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The Near Infrared Spectroscopic Studies on the Hydrogen Bonding Ability of Thiopropionamide
The Near Infrared Spectroscopic Studies on the Hydrogen Bonding Ability of Thiopropionamide
Journal of the Korean Chemical Society. 1995. Nov, 39(11): 837-841
  • Published : November 00, 1995
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Ju, Sul-A
Park, Jeunghee
Yoon, Chang-Ju
Choi, Young-Sang

Abstract
Thermodynamic parameters for the hydrogen bonding between thiopropionamide(TPA) and proton donors such as triethylphosphine oxide(TEPO), triphenylphosphine oxide(TPPO), trimethylphosphate(TMP), and tributyl phosphate(TBP) in dilute carbon tetrachloride solution have been measured by near-IR spectroscopy. The ��a + amide �� combination band of TPA has been resolved into two Lorentzian-Gaussian product components which have been identified with monomeric TPA and 1 : 1 hydrogen bonded complex. The equilibrium constants and thermodynamic parameters for the formation of 1 : 1 hydrogen bonded complex have been obtained by the analysis of concentration and temperature dependent spectra. The standard enthalpies for the 1 : 1 hydrogen bonded complex formation of TPA with TEPO, TPPO, TMP, and TBP in CCl4 have been found to be - 21.4, - 16.8, - 12.8, and - 12.9 kJ/mol, respectively. The results are explained by the inductive and steric effects of substituents.