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Difluoramine

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Reaction thermochemistry data

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Data compiled by: J.E. Bartmess

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Individual Reactions

F2N- + Hydrogen cation = Difluoramine

By formula: F2N- + H+ = HF2N

Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar1552. ± 8.8kJ/molG+TSKoppel, Taft, et al., 1994gas phase; Exptl, not interpolated dHf(F2NH) from Gurvich, Veyts, et al., is used. It agrees far better with MO calns
Deltar1506. ± 8.8kJ/molIMREKoppel, Pikver, et al., 1981gas phase; This acidity disagrees with the authors' later( Koppel, Taft, et al., 1994) value by 10 kcal/mol, but agrees with G3(MP2) computations much better.The acidity of HNF2 is not well known therefore.
Deltar1530. ± 15.kJ/molD-EARuckhaberle, Lehmann, et al., 1997gas phase
Quantity Value Units Method Reference Comment
Deltar1520. ± 8.4kJ/molIMREKoppel, Taft, et al., 1994gas phase; Exptl, not interpolated dHf(F2NH) from Gurvich, Veyts, et al., is used. It agrees far better with MO calns
Deltar1474. ± 8.4kJ/molH-TSKoppel, Pikver, et al., 1981gas phase; This acidity disagrees with the authors' later( Koppel, Taft, et al., 1994) value by 10 kcal/mol, but agrees with G3(MP2) computations much better.The acidity of HNF2 is not well known therefore.

References

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Koppel, Taft, et al., 1994
Koppel, I.A.; Taft, R.W.; Anvia, F.; Zhu, S.Z.; Hu, L.Q.; Sung, K.S.; Desmarteau, D.D.; Yagupolskii, L.M., The Gas-Phase Acidities of Very Strong Neutral Bronsted Acids, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1994, 116, 7, 3047, https://doi.org/10.1021/ja00086a038 . [all data]

Gurvich, Veyts, et al.
Gurvich, L.V.; Veyts, I.V.; Alcock, C.B., Hemisphere Publishing, NY, 1989, V. 1 2, Thermodynamic Properties of Individual Substances, 4th Ed. [all data]

Koppel, Pikver, et al., 1981
Koppel, I.; Pikver, R.; Sugis, A.; Suurmaa, E.; Lippmaa, E., FTICR Study of Structure and Solvent Effects on Basicity of Some Anions in the Gas Phase, Org. Reac., 1981, 18, 3. [all data]

Ruckhaberle, Lehmann, et al., 1997
Ruckhaberle, N.; Lehmann, L.; Matejcik, S.; Illenberger, E.; Bouteiller, Y.; Periquet, V.; Museur, L.; Desfran, Free Electron Attachment and Rydberg Electron Transfer to NF3 Molecules and Clusters, J. Phys. Chem. A, 1997, 101, 51, 9942, https://doi.org/10.1021/jp972422+ . [all data]


Notes

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