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Prediction of the formation and stabilities of energetic salts and ionic liquids based on ab initio electronic structure calculations

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  • A Computational Approach To Predict The Thermodynamics For Forming A Variety Of Imidazolium-Based Sa
  • The Gas-Phase Proton And Methyl Cation Acidities Of Several Protonating And Methylating Agents
  • As Well As The Proton And Methyl Cation Affinities Of Many Important Methyl-
  • Nitro-
  • And Cyano- Substituted Imidazoles
  • Have Been Calculated Reliably By Using The Computationally Feasible Dft (B3Lyp) And Mp2 (Extrapolate
  • These Accurately Calculated Proton And Methyl Cation Affinities Of Neutrals And Anions Are Used In C
  • Organic Solids
  • And Organic Liquids
  • These Quantities Were Used To Construct A Thermodynamic Cycle For Salt Formation To Reliably Predict
  • An Adjustment Of The Gas Phase Thermodynamic Cycle To Account For Solid- And Liquid-Phase Chemistrie
  • This Has Been Applied To Imidazoles (The Cation To Be Formed) With Alkyl
  • Nitro
  • And Cyano Substituents
  • The Proton And Methyl Cation Donors Studied Were As Follows: Hcl
  • Hbr
  • Hi
  • (Ho)(2)So2
  • Hso3Cf3 (Tfoh)
  • And Hso3(C6H4)Ch3 (Tsoh)
  • Ch3Cl
  • Ch3Br
  • Ch3I
  • (Ch3O)(2)So2
  • Ch3So3Cf3 (Tfoch3) And Ch3So3(C6H4)Ch3 (Tsoch3)
  • As Substitution Of The Cation With Electron-Withdrawing Groups Increases
  • The Triflate Reagents Appear To Be The Best Overall Choice As Protonating And Methylating Agents
  • Even Stronger Alkylating Agents Should Be Considered To Enhance The Chances Of Synthetic Success
  • When Using The Enthalpies Of Reaction For The Gas-Phase Reactants (Eq 6) To Form A Salt
  • A Cutoff Value Of - 13 Kcal Mol(-1) Or Lower (More Negative) Should Be Used As The Minimum Value For
  • Design
  • Economics


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