CEQUINOR   05415
CENTRO DE QUIMICA INORGANICA "DR. PEDRO J. AYMONINO"
Unidad Ejecutora - UE
artículos
Título:
Formation of New Halogenothiocarbonylsulfenyl Halides, XC(S)SY, through Photochemical Matrix Reactions Starting from CS2 and a Dihalogen Molecule XY (XY ) Cl2, Br2
Autor/es:
YENY A. TOBÓN; ROSANA M. ROMANO; CARLOS O. DELLA VÉDOVA; ANTHONY J. DOWNS
Revista:
INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
Referencias:
Año: 2007 vol. 46 p. 4692 - 4692
ISSN:
0020-1669
Resumen:
Isolation of a dihalogen molecule XY (XY ) Cl2, Br2, or BrCl) with CS2 in a solid Ar matrix at about 15 K leads, by broad-band UV-vis photolysis (200 e ì e 800 nm), to a variety of products depending on the natures of X and Y. These products have been identified on the basis of the IR spectra of the matrices. In addition to the familiar species SCCl2, ClCS¥, Cl¥âââSCS, CCl4, ¥CCl3, :CCl2, SCl2, SCBr2, CBr4, ¥CBr3, BrC(S)Cl, BrCCl3, and :CBrCl, the following new molecules have also been identified as products of the various photoreactions: syn-ClC(S)SCl, anti-ClC(S)SCl, syn-BrC(S)SBr, anti-BrC(S)SBr, syn-ClC(S)SBr, anti-ClC(S)SBr, syn-BrC(S)SCl, anti-BrC(S)SCl, ClC(S)S¥, BrCS¥, and Br¥âââSCS. The IR spectra of these hitherto unknown species have been interpreted with reference to the predictions of ab initio (HF and MP2) and density functional theory (DFT) calculations. The results are analyzed in relation to the reaction pathways accessed by matrix photolysis.) Cl2, Br2, or BrCl) with CS2 in a solid Ar matrix at about 15 K leads, by broad-band UV-vis photolysis (200 e ì e 800 nm), to a variety of products depending on the natures of X and Y. These products have been identified on the basis of the IR spectra of the matrices. In addition to the familiar species SCCl2, ClCS¥, Cl¥âââSCS, CCl4, ¥CCl3, :CCl2, SCl2, SCBr2, CBr4, ¥CBr3, BrC(S)Cl, BrCCl3, and :CBrCl, the following new molecules have also been identified as products of the various photoreactions: syn-ClC(S)SCl, anti-ClC(S)SCl, syn-BrC(S)SBr, anti-BrC(S)SBr, syn-ClC(S)SBr, anti-ClC(S)SBr, syn-BrC(S)SCl, anti-BrC(S)SCl, ClC(S)S¥, BrCS¥, and Br¥âââSCS. The IR spectra of these hitherto unknown species have been interpreted with reference to the predictions of ab initio (HF and MP2) and density functional theory (DFT) calculations. The results are analyzed in relation to the reaction pathways accessed by matrix photolysis.