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Issue 10, 2000

Effect of substitution on the curvature and bowl-to-bowl inversion barrier of bucky-bowls. Study of mono-substituted corannulenes (C19XH10, X = B, N+, P+ and Si)

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Abstract

Ab initio MO and DFT calculations predict that replacement of a single carbon by an isoelectronic species on the corannulene skeleton can effectively arrest the bowl shape or flatten it and the bowl rigidity, curvature and relative stabilties of the positional isomers are solely controlled by the size of the substituent and site of substitution.

Article information


Submitted
01 Feb 2000
Accepted
05 Apr 2000
First published
28 Apr 2000

Chem. Commun., 2000, 843-844
Article type
Communication

Effect of substitution on the curvature and bowl-to-bowl inversion barrier of bucky-bowls. Study of mono-substituted corannulenes (C19XH10, X = B, N+, P+ and Si)

G. N. Sastry, H. S. Prakash Rao, P. Bednarek and U. D. Priyakumar, Chem. Commun., 2000, 843 DOI: 10.1039/B000893L

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