AROMATICITY
Subject Index Aromatic compounds Hϋckel’s law Delocalization NMR characteristics
What are aromatic compounds ?Distinctive odour. Eg. Wintergreen oil     Cinnamon     Vanilla
Benzene and benzenederivatives are known asaromatic compounds.
Hϋckel’s Law• If the compound is cyclic,planar, fullyconjugated & posses (4n +2) π electrons,then it is an aromatic compou...
Anti-aromaticAromaticAnti-aromatic    Non-aromatic
Cyclopentadiene                            Cyclopentadienyl cationNon-aromatic                                   Anti-arom...
Cycloheptatriene                       Cycloheptatrienyl cation                   Cycloheptatrienyl anionNon-aromatic     ...
Aromaticity The term aromaticity is used to describe  aromatic compounds properties:• Highly stable.• Undergoes substitut...
Delocalization:                  All C atoms are sp2 hybridized
Molecular orbital diagram
Bonding orbitals
Doughnut shaped structure
MOD of cyclobutadiene
NMR characteristics     Aromatic compounds are called diatropic.     It can sustain a induced ring current.Protons on the ...
NMR characteristics of anti-aromatic compounds• Anti aromatic compounds show  paramagnetic ring current.• Protons on the r...
Questions ???????
Bibliography March’s Advanced organic chemistry. Advanced Organic Chemistry Part A - Structure and  Mechanisms, 5th ed (...
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  1. 1. AROMATICITY
  2. 2. Subject Index Aromatic compounds Hϋckel’s law Delocalization NMR characteristics
  3. 3. What are aromatic compounds ?Distinctive odour. Eg. Wintergreen oil Cinnamon Vanilla
  4. 4. Benzene and benzenederivatives are known asaromatic compounds.
  5. 5. Hϋckel’s Law• If the compound is cyclic,planar, fullyconjugated & posses (4n +2) π electrons,then it is an aromatic compound.• If the compound is cyclic, planar, fullyconjugated & posses 4n π electrons, thenit is an anti-aromatic compound.where n is any integer like 1,2,3,……..
  6. 6. Anti-aromaticAromaticAnti-aromatic Non-aromatic
  7. 7. Cyclopentadiene Cyclopentadienyl cationNon-aromatic Anti-aromatic Cyclopentadienyl anion Aromatic
  8. 8. Cycloheptatriene Cycloheptatrienyl cation Cycloheptatrienyl anionNon-aromatic Aromatic Anti-aromatic
  9. 9. Aromaticity The term aromaticity is used to describe aromatic compounds properties:• Highly stable.• Undergoes substitution reaction rather than addition reaction.• The C-C bond length (1.39Å), intermediate between single (1.47Å)& double (1.34Å) bonds.
  10. 10. Delocalization: All C atoms are sp2 hybridized
  11. 11. Molecular orbital diagram
  12. 12. Bonding orbitals
  13. 13. Doughnut shaped structure
  14. 14. MOD of cyclobutadiene
  15. 15. NMR characteristics Aromatic compounds are called diatropic. It can sustain a induced ring current.Protons on the ring are deshielded whileprotons above & below the plain ofmolecule are shielded.Protons of benzene are located at 7-8ʆ.
  16. 16. NMR characteristics of anti-aromatic compounds• Anti aromatic compounds show paramagnetic ring current.• Protons on the ring are shielded while protons above & below the plan of molecule are deshielded.
  17. 17. Questions ???????
  18. 18. Bibliography March’s Advanced organic chemistry. Advanced Organic Chemistry Part A - Structure and Mechanisms, 5th ed (2007) - Carey & Sundberg www.picospin.com www.wikipedia.com www.wikictionary.com
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