Behavior of Ylides Containing N, O, and C Atoms as Hydrogen Bond Acceptors

@article{Rozas2000BehaviorOY,
  title={Behavior of Ylides Containing N, O, and C Atoms as Hydrogen Bond Acceptors},
  author={I. Rozas and A. Alkorta and J. Elguero},
  journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society},
  year={2000},
  volume={122},
  pages={11154-11161}
}
The hydrogen bond (HB) basicity of a series of ylides containing nitrogen, oxygen, or carbon as heavy atoms, as well as the influence of the formation of the HB complexes on their structure, has been studied. In addition, in this paper we propose the formation of some rather strong HBs (that could be considered low-barrier hydrogen bonds, LBHBs) between ylides and different neutral molecules. The ylides chosen for the study were H3N+−N-H, Me3N+−N-H, H2O+−N-H, Me2O+−N-H, H2O+−O-, Me2O+−O-, and… Expand
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