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Lanthanum-mediated dehydrogenation of butenes: Spectroscopy and formation of La(C H ) isomers.

J Chem Phys; 148(4): 044312, 2018 Jan 28.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29390854
La atom reactions with 1-butene, 2-butene, and isobutene are carried out in a laser-vaporization molecular beam source. The three reactions yield the same La-hydrocarbon products from the dehydrogenation and carbon-carbon bond cleavage and coupling of the butenes. The dehydrogenated species La(C H ) is the major product, which is characterized with mass-analyzed threshold ionization (MATI) spectroscopy and quantum chemical computations. The MATI spectrum of La(C H ) produced from the La+1-butene reaction exhibits two band systems, whereas the MATI spectra produced from the La+2-butene and isobutene reactions display only a single band system. Each of these spectra shows a strong origin band and several vibrational progressions. The two band systems from the spectrum of the 1-butene reaction are assigned to the ionization of two isomers: La[C(CH ) ] (Iso A) and La(CH CHCHCH ) (Iso B), and the single band system from the spectra of the 2-butene and isobutene reactions is attributed to Iso B and Iso A, respectively. The ground electronic states are A (C ) for Iso A and A' (C ) for Iso B. The ionization of the doublet state of each isomer removes a La 6s-based electron and leads to the A ion of Iso A and the A' ion of Iso B. The formation of both isomers consists of La addition to the C=C double bond, La insertion into two C(sp )-H bonds, and H elimination. In addition to these steps, the formation of Iso A from the La+1-butene reaction may involve the isomerization of 1-butene to isobutene prior to the C-H bond activation, whereas the formation of Iso B from the La+trans-2-butene reaction may include the trans- to cis-butene isomerization after the C-H bond activation.