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Characterization of Large-Amplitude Motions and Hydrogen Bonding Interactions in the Thiophene–Water Complex by Rotational Spectroscopy
(The Journal of Physical Chemistry A, 2021-04-21)
The rotational fingerprint of the thiophene–water complex was investigated for the first time using Fourier transform microwave spectroscopy (7–20 GHz) aided by quantum mechanical calculations. Transitions for a single ...
Hydrogen bonding networks and cooperativity in the aqueous solvation of trimethylene oxide and sulfide rings by microwave spectroscopy and computational chemistry
(Journal of Chemical Physics, 2021-07-16)
The intermolecular interactions responsible for the microsolvation of the highly flexible trimethylene oxide (TMO) and trimethylene sulfide (TMS) rings with one and two water (w) molecules were investigated using rotational ...
Exploring the non-covalent interactions behind the formation of amine–water complexes: The case of the N-allylmethylamine monohydrate
(Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2021-03-18)
The conformational landscape of the monohydrated complex of N-allylmethylamine (AMA–w) was investigated for the first time using rotational spectroscopy from 8–20 GHz and quantum chemistry calculations. From a total of ...