By J. Leonard, B. Lygo, G. Procter
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H Hydroxyl. TABLE 14. 363f (continued overleaf ) 28 TABLE 14. 100 (Si) 1. The nature of the C M bond (M D Ge, Sn, Pb) TABLE 14. 319 (O) a From MP2 optimized geometries in the TZDP basis set. b Average. c Doubly-bonded atom. d Sulfur. e Methylene. f Middle nitrogen atom. g Facing Sn. h Hydroxyl. TABLE 15. 246 (continued overleaf ) 30 TABLE 15. 317 (O) 1. The nature of the C M bond (M D Ge, Sn, Pb) TABLE 15. 479c,g a From MP2 optimized geometries in the TZDP basis set. b Average. c Doubly-bonded atom.
4 0. 6 1. The nature of the C M bond (M D Ge, Sn, Pb) TABLE 25. 2 a Geometry optimized at the MP2/TZDP level. Connectivity is to the leftmost atom in Y. The complete term is Evib 298 C Erot 298 C Etr 298 . b Not calculated. c Dissociated to CO C CH Ð. 2 3 TABLE 26. Bond dissociation energies (in kcal mol 1) for CH3 Y ! 1f (continued overleaf ) 44 Harold Basch and Tova Hoz TABLE 26. 9b,g a All results are at the MP2/TZDPCC//MP2/TZDP level, corrected for vibration, rotation and translation at 298 K from Table 25.
The nature of the C M bond (M D Ge, Sn, Pb) 33 uniform accuracy and the possible errors introduced into the ZPE by scaling could be larger than just using the unscaled values48 for this purpose. Another consideration in calculating bond dissociation energies is basis set superposition error (BSSE). BSSE is defined as the energy resulting from basis functions on each fragment contributing to the wave function of the other fragment at the equilibrium geometry of the molecule in a situation of zero interaction.
Advanced Practical Organic Chemistry (2nd Edition) by J. Leonard, B. Lygo, G. Procter