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Issue 42, 2007
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Is there any bona fide example of O–H⋯F–C bond in solution? The cases of HOC(CF3)2(4-X-2,6-C6H2(CF3)2) (X = Si(i-Pr)3, CF3)

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Abstract

The reinvestigation of the title compounds, which are the only examples reported to show experimentally (by NMR) O–H⋯F–C bonds in solution proves that the NMR data were misinterpreted and the restrictions to rotation of one CF3 group are due to crowding, not to intramolecular O–H⋯F–C bond.

Graphical abstract: Is there any bona fide example of O–H⋯F–C bond in solution? The cases of HOC(CF3)2(4-X-2,6-C6H2(CF3)2) (X = Si(i-Pr)3, CF3)

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Submitted
06 Jul 2007
Accepted
24 Jul 2007
First published
15 Aug 2007

Chem. Commun., 2007, 4384-4386
Article type
Communication

Is there any bona fide example of O–H⋯F–C bond in solution? The cases of HOC(CF3)2(4-X-2,6-C6H2(CF3)2) (X = Si(i-Pr)3, CF3)

C. Bartolomé, P. Espinet and J. M. Martín-Alvarez, Chem. Commun., 2007, 4384
DOI: 10.1039/B710304B

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