Both the cyclopropenium cation and the cyclopentadienide anion are well-known 4n+2-type aromatic ions, but could the two together form an ion-pair?
Tags:Anions, Aromatization, Cation–pi interaction, Chemistry, Cyclopentadienyl anion, Ion, Ion association, potential energy surface, Simple aromatic rings Posted in crystal_structure_mining, Interesting chemistry | 6 Comments »
If H3N+-O– is viable compared with its tautomer H2N-OH when carrying water bridges, then why not try H2O+-O– vs HO-OH?
Tags:Ammonia, Anions, free energy, Hydrogen bond, Hydrogen peroxide, Inorganic solvents, Oxide, Oxidizing agents, Peroxide, Properties of water Posted in General, Interesting chemistry | No Comments »
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