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CRSI NSC14 February 3 – 5, 2012,at CSIR-NIIST in Trivandrum  http://www.niist.res.in/crsi2012

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This event of CRSI-2012 is one of the events during Jan.-Feb. 2012
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Presentation by this author: 13th NSC of CRSI, CRSI Symposium 2011


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A preamble for the work being reported:  http://www.ugc-inno-nehu.com/WMBS/0_Introduction/WMBS_Context_myIBSpresentations.pdf

ABSTRACT of enlisted Poster #74 http://www.ugc-inno-nehu.com/crsi2012_nsc14 /Crsi_NSC14_ABSTRACT.doc

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Presentation by this author: 13th NSC of CRSI, CRSI Symposium 2011

CRSI-NSC14: ABSTRACT Submiited & Accepted

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Visualizing a Cycloaddition by the Abinitio SCF Methods;
a Case Study of Finding Rationale of a Fictitious “Spin bookkeeping” Structure to Simulate NMR spectra.

S.ARAVAMUDHAN
Department of Chemistry
North Eastern Hill University
NEHU Campus Shillong 793022
Meghalaya

As described in the introductory material in document of this author (1), the rationalization of “average structures” which results in experimental NMR spectra -with the theoretically possible “averagable structures”, has been not straightforward in particular with biological macromolecules. The organic molecular polymers are included among the category of macromolecules whose structures have been characterized by NMR spectroscopy by Heatley and Bovey (2). Among these, the specific instance of Polystyrene stands out as a typical case where the backbone proton NMR spectrum of isotactic polystyrene lends itself for  an exact simulation but only by invoking a cyclic (dimeric-) structure presenting 6 spin system, that structure  which is stated not to be taken too literally.

Such  a fictitious structure makes possibile the inclusion of certain spin-spin coupling constants for simulation which, otherwise, is not simple enough to infer. Obviously  these Spin-Spin interactions occur by mechanisms transmitted through bonds, and it is surprising that a structure which is “fictitious”, can be revealing such through-bond routes by which the exact simulation of the observed NMR spectra. Hence, it was considered worth the while, trying to find out the possibility of the stability criterion for a dimeric Styrene with the possible QM methods by Geometry Optimization and verify with the calculation of the chemical shifts for such a dimer. A thorough literature survey of the possibility for the occurrence of such dimeric structure of styrene molecule was not to be undertaken lest those conditions may build up a bias, for an “Only Theoretical Model” by Abinitio Calculations.

There have been reports earlier on Biological molecules extensively using merely the SCF method with STO 3G basis sets, calculating mainly using the Specifically varied fixed geometries, inferring on the environments in biological systems; and, no detailed potential energy surfaces were profiled. Only limited structures and resulting plots were seemed to enable quite a lot to infer. Hence, a similar approach using the Abinitio SCF method with the STO 3G basis set at the working online-demo version of the  http://www.webmo.net  certain convincing trends arrived at. The progress of such Optimization calculations could be conveniently downloaded and archived at anyone’s personal internet domain as displayable material, which can be downloaded at any convenient terminal for a review. This case study and its convenience would be reported (3) along with the simulated Spectra and Optimized Geometries.

   (1)http://www.ugc-inno-nehu.com/WMBS/0_Introduction/WMBS_Context_myIBSpresentations.pdf
   (2) F.Heatleyand F.A.Bovey, Macromolecules, Vol.1, page 301 (1968). Reference #7 on page 129, Section IV, in the  Book "High Resolution NMR of Macromolecules" by Frank A. Bovey,Academic Press, NY,London (1972).
   (3) Webpage under construction: http://www.ugc-inno-nehu.com/crsi_nsc14.html


In the abstract text above it was mentioned that no effort was made to find out about the actual formation of such dimerized styrene molecules:NEVERTHELESS some indications below:CLICK on the image below

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While considering the NMR of Polystyrene,
it is worth noting the early considerations  on the NMR of Styrene(hotlink)

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The above simulated NMR spectrum for Polystyrene was mentioned in the text of the Abstract above. Click on the image to view calculated chemical shift spetra and experimental spectra of Styrene & Polystyrene as TOPICALLY relevant for this abstract


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R.S.C. Programme/2nd Feb.2012            N.S.C. Programme/2nd Feb.2012

Poster Site :   Poater #P12 on page 52 of the Book of NSC14-Abstracts

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SHEET-01

Styrene to Polystyrene structure; Simulated Proton NMR of styrene; The numerical Table of Chemical Shifts and coupling constants For Anlysis of Polystyrene proton NMR Spectra from the Book of F.A.Bovey
SHEET-02

Cyclic dimer – a spin book keeping spin system for Polystyrene: Experimental & simulated Polystyrene Proton NMR; Experimental Proton NMR spectrum of Styrene from NMR Spectral database
SHEET-03

The Spin Book Keeping dimer-data illustrated for polystyrene; Polystyrene spectra simulated using FID simulator
SHEET-04
Abstract for this presentation
SHEET-05

An inventory of webmo Jobs archived by this author: A description
SHEET-06

Inventory of Jobs related to cycloaddition, and the calculation of Chemical shifts.
SHEET-07

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SHEET-08

The possible conformation of Dimeric styrene; the most appropriate conformer on the basis of NMR Spectra.
SHEET-09

Energy, structure and the Symmetry properties of the Conformers of styrene-dimer as in Sheet-08.
SHEET-10

Details of the WebMo job for the calculation of Energy, structure and Chemical shifts and the NMR chemical shift spectral plot.
SHEET-11

Structure sequence during Geometry optimization of Two styrene molecule resulting in cyclic dimer at the end of optimization. A case of cycloaddition visualized.
SHEET-12
CONCLUSIONS
Abstract #12 in Book of abstracts
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