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Aromaticity of organic heterocyclothiazenes and analogues

Members of a series of carbon-poor sulfur-nitrogen heterocycles and polycycles are shown by direct ab initio ipsocentric calculation to support diatropic ring currents and hence to be aromatic on the basis of magnetic criteria. They include 7-cycles S(3)N(2)(CH)(2), S(3)N(3)(CH), and S(3)N(4) and 8-... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of the American Chemical Society 15 September 2004, Vol.126(36), pp.11202-12
Main Author: Fowler, Patrick W
Other Authors: Rees, Charles W , Soncini, Alessandro
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title: Aromaticity of organic heterocyclothiazenes and analogues
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  • Rees, Charles W
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  • Thiazides -- Research
  • Carbon -- Research
  • Aromatic Compounds -- Research
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description: Members of a series of carbon-poor sulfur-nitrogen heterocycles and polycycles are shown by direct ab initio ipsocentric calculation to support diatropic ring currents and hence to be aromatic on the basis of magnetic criteria. They include 7-cycles S(3)N(2)(CH)(2), S(3)N(3)(CH), and S(3)N(4) and 8-cycles S(2)N(4)(CH)(2) and S(2)N(2)(CH)(4), all with 10 pi electrons. The unknown trithiatetrazepine S(3)N(4) is predicted to be at least as aromatic as its known diaza and triaza homologues. Angular-momentum arguments show that the pi-electron-rich nature of (4n + 2) SN heterocycles is the key to their diatropic current. The Woodward dithiatetrazocine parent framework S(2)N(4)(CH)(2) supports a diatropic ring current, as does its analogue in which N and CH groups are formally exchanged. Formal expansion of (4n + 2)-pi carbocyclic systems by insertion of NSN motifs in every CC bond is predicted to lead to structures that support diatropic ring currents: explicit ab initio calculation of magnetic...
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abstractMembers of a series of carbon-poor sulfur-nitrogen heterocycles and polycycles are shown by direct ab initio ipsocentric calculation to support diatropic ring currents and hence to be aromatic on the basis of magnetic criteria. They include 7-cycles S(3)N(2)(CH)(2), S(3)N(3)(CH), and S(3)N(4) and 8-cycles S(2)N(4)(CH)(2) and S(2)N(2)(CH)(4), all with 10 pi electrons. The unknown trithiatetrazepine S(3)N(4) is predicted to be at least as aromatic as its known diaza and triaza homologues. Angular-momentum arguments show that the pi-electron-rich nature of (4n + 2) SN heterocycles is the key to their diatropic current. The Woodward dithiatetrazocine parent framework S(2)N(4)(CH)(2) supports a diatropic ring current, as does its analogue in which N and CH groups are formally exchanged. Formal expansion of (4n + 2)-pi carbocyclic systems by insertion of NSN motifs in every CC bond is predicted to lead to structures that support diatropic ring currents: explicit ab initio calculation of magnetic...
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