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Donor-acceptor concept in nucleophilic and general base catalysis by imidazole

  • V. D. Sokolovskii
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Abstract

In terms of the donor-acceptor concept as applied to the reactions of nucleophilic and general base catalysis, a relation between the properties of reagents and catalyst and the possibility for the predominant realization of either nucleophilic or general base catalysis can be established.

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Imidazole Orbital Interaction Homogeneous Catalysis Pyridine Nitrogen Charged Interaction 
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Abstract

Донорно-акцепторная концеиция ппименена к реакциям ныклеофильного и обшэго оснвного катализа. Показано, что в рамках данной кондепции можно установить связь между свойствами реагентов и катализатора и возможностыю осушествлеия преимушественно нуклуофильного или обшего основного катализа.

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© Akadémiai Kiadó 1983

Authors and Affiliations

  • V. D. Sokolovskii
    • 1
  1. 1.Institute of CatalysisNovosibirskUSSR

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