Influence of intermolecular amide hydrogen bonding on the geometry, atomic charges, and spectral modes of acetanilide

An ab initio study

J. Binoy, N. B. Prathima, C. Murali Krishna, C. Santhosh, I. Hubert Joe, V. S. Jayakumar

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Abstract

Acetanilide, a compound of pharmaceutical importance possessing pain-relieving properties due to its blocking the pulse dissipating along the nerve fiber, is subjected to vibrational spectral investigation using NIR FT Raman, FT-IR, and SERS. The geometry, Mulliken charges, and vibrational spectrum of acetanilide have been computed using the Hartree-Fock theory and density functional theory employing the 6-31G (d) basis set. To investigate the influence of intermolecular amide hydrogen bonding, the geometry, charge distribution, and vibrational spectrum of the acetanilide dimer have been computed at the HF/6-31G (d) level. The computed geometries reveal that the acetanilide molecule is planar, while twisting of the secondary amide group with respect to the phenyl ring is found upon hydrogen bonding. The trans isomerism and "amido" form of the secondary amide, hyperconjugation of the C=O group with the adjacent C-C bond, and donor-acceptor interaction have been investigated using computed geometry. The carbonyl stretching band position is found to be influenced by the tendency of the phenyl ring to withdraw nitrogen lone pair, intermolecular hydrogen bonding, conjugation, and hyperconjugation. A decrease in the NH and C=O bond orders and increase in the C-N bond orders due to donor-acceptor interaction can be observed in the vibrational spectra. The SERS spectral analysis reveals that the flat orientation of the molecule on the adsorption plane is preferred.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1253-1263
Number of pages11
JournalLaser Physics
Volume16
Issue number8
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 01-08-2006

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  • Physics and Astronomy (miscellaneous)

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Binoy, J. ; Prathima, N. B. ; Murali Krishna, C. ; Santhosh, C. ; Hubert Joe, I. ; Jayakumar, V. S. / Influence of intermolecular amide hydrogen bonding on the geometry, atomic charges, and spectral modes of acetanilide : An ab initio study. In: Laser Physics. 2006 ; Vol. 16, No. 8. pp. 1253-1263.
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