A Brief Insight into the Bridged- and Non-bridged Osmanaphthalene and the Osmaazulene Isomers
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Speaker ke an advisor jun zhu 2013 05 03

A Brief Insight into the Bridged- and Non-bridged Osmanaphthalene and the Osmaazulene Isomers

Speaker: Ke An

Advisor: Jun Zhu

2013.05.03


Speaker ke an advisor jun zhu 2013 05 03

Introduction

Motivation

Results and Discussion

Conclusion


Introduction

Introduction

1. The first metallapentalyne has been successfully synthesized.1

1. C. Zhu; S. Li; M. Luo; X. Zhou; Y. Niu; M. Lin; J. Zhu; Z. Cao; X. Lu; T. Wen; Z. Xie; P. v. R. Schleyer; H. Xia. Nat. Chem. 2013. accepted.


Speaker ke an advisor jun zhu 2013 05 03

Introduction

2. In 2003, the first non-bridged-iridanaphthalene was reported. 2,3

2. J. Chen, G. Jia, Coord. Chem. Rev. (2013), http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ccr.2013.01.014.

3. M. Paneque, C. M. Posadas, M. L. Poveda, N. Rendón, V. Salazar, E. O˜nate, K. Mereiter, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2003, 125, 9898.


Speaker ke an advisor jun zhu 2013 05 03

Introduction

3. In 2007, the first non-bridged-osmanaphthalyne from zinc reduction of vinylcarbyne complex.

Z. Lin and G. Jia, Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. 2007, 46, 9065.

4. In 2009, selective synthesis of osmanaphthalene and osmanaphthalyne by C-H activation.

Z. Cao and H. Xia, Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. 2009, 48, 5461.


Motivation

Motivation


Results and discussion

Results and Discussion

1. The comparison between azulene(薁) and naphthalene.

The ISE value shows that naphthalene is more stable than azulene. All energies(kcal/mol) were calculated at B3LYP/6-31G* level, zero-point energy were applied.


Results and discussion1

Results and Discussion

1. The comparison between azulene and naphthalene.

Ring A

Ring B

Ring A

Ring B

NICS: Nucleus Independent Chemical Shift.

BLA: Bond Length Alternation

Result 1: Azulene and naphthalene are both aromatic, which can be reflected by the negative NICS values and the BLA result.

4. P. v. R. Schleyer; C. Maerker; A. Dransfeld; H. Jiao; N. J. R. v. E. Hommes. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1996, 118, 6317.


Results and discussion2

Results and Discussion

2. The comparison between bridged-osmaazulene and osmanaphthalene.

(1). [Os] = OsCl(PH3)2

Ring A

Ring B

Ring B

Ring A

Result 2: The NICS values indicate the nonaromaticity of both molecules, which means the transition metal destroys the aromaticity of azulene and naphthalene .


Results and discussion3

Results and Discussion

2. The comparison between bridged-osmaazulene and osmanaphthalene.

(2). [Os] = OsCO(PH3)2

Ring B

Ring B

Ring A

Ring A

Result 3: The NICS values indicate the antiaromaticity of both molecules, which means the transition metal reverses the aromaticity of azulene and naphthalene with the ligand influence.


Results and discussion4

Results and Discussion

3. The comparison between bridged-osmaazulene and osmanaphthalene in T1 state.

(1). [Os] = OsCl(PH3)2

Ring B

Ring B

Ring A

Ring A

Result 4: In T1 state, bridged-osmanaphthalene is more stable. And the NICS values indicate the nonaromaticity of both compounds.


Results and discussion5

Results and Discussion

3. The comparison between bridged-osmaazulene and osmanaphthalene in T1 state.

(2). [Os] = OsCO(PH3)2

Ring B

Ring B

Ring A

Ring A

Result 5: The NICS values indicate the aromaticity of both molecules, which is just another demonstration of the antiaromaticity of the ground state.


Results and discussion6

Results and Discussion

4.The comparison between bridged-osmaazulene and non-bridged-osmaazulene.

(1). [Os] = OsCl(PH3)2 / OsCl(PH3)2H

Result 6: Non-bridged-osmaazulene with chloride ligand is more stable than bridged-osmaazulene. The isomer of 6-CH group substituted by osmium fragment has the most negative values.


Results and discussion7

Results and Discussion

4.The comparison between bridged-osmaazulene and non-bridged-osmaazulene.

(1). [Os] = OsCl(PH3)2H

Explanation: The BLA result of the 6-subtituted isomer indicates result 6 again. The NICS values demonstrate the aromaticity of the non-bridged-osmaazulene isomers, except the seven-membered ring of the 2-substituted isomer.


Results and discussion8

Results and Discussion

4.The comparison between bridged-osmaazulene and non-bridged-osmaazulene.

(2). [Os] = OsCO(PH3)2 / OsCO(PH3)2H

Result 7: Non-bridged-osmaazulene with CO ligand is more stable than bridged-osmaazulene except for 5- and 7-substituted isomers. The isomer of 1-CH group substituted by osmium fragment has the most negative values.


Results and discussion9

Results and Discussion

4.The comparison between bridged-osmaazulene and non-bridged-osmaazulene.

(2). [Os] = OsCO(PH3)2H

Explanation: The BLA result of the 1-subtituted isomer and the larger BLAs of 5- and 7-substituted indicate result 7 again. The NICS values demonstrate the aromaticity of the 1- and 6-substituted isomers, except the seven-membered ring of the 2- and 5-substituted isomers and the five-membered ring of 7-substituted isomer.


Results and discussion10

Results and Discussion

4.The comparison between bridged-osmanaphthalene and non-bridged-osmanaphthalene.

(1). [Os] = OsCl(PH3)2 / OsCl(PH3)2H

(2). [Os] = OsCO(PH3)2 / OsCO(PH3)2H

Result 8: Non-bridged-osmanaphthalene is more stable than bridged-osmaazulene. The isomer of 1-CH group substituted by osmium fragment with CO ligand has the most negative values.


Results and discussion11

Results and Discussion

4.The comparison between bridged-osmanaphthalene and non-bridged-osmanaphthalene.

(1). OsCl(PH3)2H

(2). OsCO(PH3)2H

Explanation: The BLA results indicate result 8 again. The NICS values demonstrate the aromaticity and stabilization of the non-bridged-osmanaphthalene isomers.


Conclusion

Conclusion

2.Bridged-transition metal destroys the aromaticity of azulene and naphthalene. It’s nonaromatic with a chloride ligand and antiaromatic with CO ligand.

1. Azulene and naphthalene are both aromatic, and naphthalene is more stable than azulene.


Conclusion1

Conclusion

4. Non-bridged-osmaazulene and osmanaphthalene are more stable than bridged one. Due to the influence of the ligand, here are the most stable structures of osmaazulene and osmanaphthalene.

3. In T1 state, bridged-osmaazulene and osmanaphthalene are nonaromatic with a chloride ligand and aromatic with CO ligand.


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