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By D. Bethell (Ed.)

In pursuit of the target of the sequence that's to give thought of experiences of parts excited by quantitative examine of natural compounds and their behaviourNphysical natural chemistry in its broadest senseNina demeanour obtainable to a basic readership, this twenty-ninth quantity includes 5 contributions on a variety of issues. of those replicate the expanding significance of actual natural experiences in supplying primary wisdom proper to the advance of latest fabrics with novel actual houses. The others characterize extra conventional components of actual natural curiosity, the place fresh study has thrown new mild. Key gains * Electron garage and move in natural redox platforms with a number of electrophores * Chirality and molecular acceptance in monolayers on the air/water interface * Transition nation thought revisited * Neighboring team participation through carbonyl teams in ester hydrolysis * Electrophilic bromination of carbonDcarbon double bonds: constitution solvent and mechanism

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0 . S. 8 k2h-I s-' 80 76 "From the data of Siege1 and Breslow (1975). 5. 'Assumed value, given that Ks = 2 m M in 50% aq DMSO. Any other value in the millimole range would not alter the arguments in the text. Note that the assumed value is incorporated into both K , , and k Z . Assuming K s = 5 mM in 60% (v/v) aqueous DMSO (since it is 2 mM in ~ ~water: 50% aqueous DMSO), K,rs = 9 . 8 p ~ ,as compared to 0 . 3 7 in transition state binding is 26 times weaker in the mixed solvent. More surprising, however, k2 (= k , / K s ) is the same in both media (Table 3).

Several studies support this expectation. 7). Reaction of the acetate is accelerated, whereas that of the isobutyrate and t-butylacetate esters are retarded. 8 mM), even though the latter improves by a factor of 5 . More recently, Bonora et al. 8). For both CDs the values of Ks diminish significantly with the length of the alkanoate chain, implying that there has been a switch from binding of the aryl group to binding of the alkyl chain. Studies of the variation of the circular dichroism of the ester chromophore induced by CD binding support this conclusion.

1990b). implying that aryl binding dominates in the initial state and in the transition state. While this seems at variance with what was found for the nitrophenyl esters, it probably is not. Chlorophenyl groups are more hydrophobic than nitrophenyl groups (Hansch, 1971; Leo et a l . , 1990b). The studies just discussed also impinge on another important question. catalyst complex other than that which gives rise to the observed saturation kinetics and hence to the experimental Ks? In other words, what is the relationship, if any, between the mode of substrate binding (reflected in K s ) and the mode of transition state binding (as reflected in KTS)?

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