Solvent effects on zero-point vibrational corrections to optical rotations and nuclear magnetic resonance shielding constants
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We present a study of solvent effects on the zero-point vibrational corrections (ZPVC) to optical rotations and nuclear magnetic resonance shielding constants of solvated molecules. The model used to calculate vibrational corrections rely on an expansion of the potential and property surfaces around an effective molecular geometry and includes both harmonic and anharmonic correction. Numerical examples are presented for (S)-propylene oxide in various solvents as well as for acetone and the three diazene molecule. We find that solvent effects on the ZPVCs may be significant and in some cases crucial to accurately predict solvent shifts on molecular properties.
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Subject classification (UKÄ) – MANDATORY
|Journal||Chemical Physics Letters|
|Publication status||Published - 2008|
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