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Krepps, M.K., Parkin, S. and Atwood, D.A. (2001) Hydrogen Bonding with Sulfur. Crystal Growth Design, 1, 291-297.
https://doi.org/10.1021/cg015505v

has been cited by the following article:

  • TITLE: Quantum Mechanical Studies on the Mode of Hydrogen Bonding, Stability and Molecular Conformations of Phenol-Water Complexes

    AUTHORS: Mrinal Jyoti Bezbaruah, Shruti Sharma, Benzir Ahmed, Bipul Bezbaruah

    KEYWORDS: Phenol, Diphenol, MP4 Method, Hydrogen Bonding

    JOURNAL NAME: Computational Chemistry, Vol.7 No.3, July 4, 2019

    ABSTRACT: It is experimentally well established that the phenolic systems such as phenol and diphenols undergo strong hydrogen bonding interaction with water molecule. But, the possible mode hydrogen bonding in phenol-water systems may be of different types. Although, the experimental methods are not always well enough to give the proper hydrogen bonding conformations in the phenol-water complexes. The hydrogen bonding ability in phenol-water systems can directly be influenced by changing the interacting sites in the given molecular systems, which could be investigated by theoretical studies. Generally, in phenol-water system, the hydrogen bonding is taking place through −OH group of phenol with water molecule, and this kind of interactions between phenol-water and diphenol-water complexes have been extensively investigated in electronic ground state by Quantum Mechanical MP4 calculations. It is also very important to study the stability of different phenol-water complexes and to find out the proper phenol-water complexes with minimized interaction energy. This study will also be helpful for understanding the effect of hydrogen bonding interaction in a better way on other aromatic systems.