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Structure of Flavones and Flavonols. Part II: Role of Position on the O-H Bond Dissociation Enthalpy

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The enthalpies of bond dissociations of the hydroxyl groups, the energy of the highest occupied molecular orbitals and the corresponding radicals spin densities of all possible ten isomeric mono-hydroxyl flavones are calculated by means of 3-parameter Becke, Lee, Yang and Parr functional. The structural factors affecting these descriptors of radical-scavenging activity are outlined. The results obtained show that the hydroxyl groups in ring A and C are more involved in the process of a radical-capturing than recently believed.

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M. Vakarelska-Popovska and Z. Velkov, "Structure of Flavones and Flavonols. Part II: Role of Position on the O-H Bond Dissociation Enthalpy," Computational Chemistry, Vol. 2 No. 1, 2014, pp. 1-5.
doi: 10.4236/cc.2014.21001.

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