Zarić, Snežana D.

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Noncovalent interactions of pi-systems and their role in molecular recognition Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development
Proučavanje odnosa reaktivnosti, nekovalentnih interakcija i strukture molekula i modelovanje hemijskih sistema Humboldt Foundation
Ministry of Education, Science and Technological Development, Republic of Serbia, Grant no. 451-03-68/2020-14/200168 (University of Belgrade, Faculty of Chemistry) Welch Foundation [A-0648]
Agence Nationale de la Recherche ANR project COCOORDCHEM French Government (via Campus France)
Size-, shape- and structure- dependent properties of nanoparticles and nanocomposites Materials of Reduced Dimensions for Efficient Light Harvesting and Energy conversion
NPRP grant from Qatar National Research Fund (a member of the Qatar Foundation) [NPRP8-425-1-087] CNRS
NPRP grant from the Qatar National Research Fund (a member of the Qatar Foundation) [NPRP8-425-1-087] University of Strasbourg
1000-Talent Youth Plan of China 1000-Talent Youth Plan of Tianjin
ANR ANR-DFG project COCOORDCHEM.
AVH foundation Campus France and the Fund for young talents – Dositeja.
CSA-trust grant EPSRC [EP/I01974X]
Fund for Young Talents of the Republic of Serbia - Dositeja CHOPTOCOMP - Optimizing Selectivity in C-H Functionalization Through Computational Design
Automatsko rezonovanje i napredne obrade velikih količina podataka i teksta LABEX Chimie des Systemes Complexes
National Natural Science Foundation of China [21702109] NPRP from the Qatar National Research Fund (a member of The Qatar Foundation) [NPRP7-665-1-125, NPRP8-425-1-087]
NPRP grant from the Qatar National Research Fund (Qatar Foundation) [NPRP8-425-1-087] Qatar National Research Fund (NPRP) [7-297-1-051]

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Decisive Influence of Environment on Aromatic/Aromatic Interaction Geometries. Comparison of Aromatic/Aromatic Interactions in Crystal Structures of Small Molecules and in Protein Structures

Živković, Jelena M.; Stanković, Ivana M.; Ninković, Dragan; Zarić, Snežana D.

(2021)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Živković, Jelena M.
AU  - Stanković, Ivana M.
AU  - Ninković, Dragan
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2021
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4532
AB  - Geometries of aromatic/aromatic interactions in crystal structures of small molecules from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) (benzene/benzene, toluene/toluene, and p-phenol/p-phenol interactions) and in protein structures from the Protein Data Bank (PDB) (Phe/Phe and Tyr/Tyr interactions) were studied and compared. The data show a larger influence of crystal packing/surrounding, more than the influence of substituents, on geometries of aromatic/aromatic interactions. While the interactions in crystal structures from the CSD show preference for parallel stacking interactions at the large offsets, in proteins from the PDB, they show preference for T-shaped geometries with small offsets.
T2  - Crystal Growth & Design
T1  - Decisive Influence of Environment on Aromatic/Aromatic Interaction Geometries. Comparison of Aromatic/Aromatic Interactions in Crystal Structures of Small Molecules and in Protein Structures
VL  - 21
IS  - 4
SP  - 1898
EP  - 1904
DO  - 10.1021/acs.cgd.0c01514
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Živković, Jelena M. and Stanković, Ivana M. and Ninković, Dragan and Zarić, Snežana D.",
year = "2021",
abstract = "Geometries of aromatic/aromatic interactions in crystal structures of small molecules from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) (benzene/benzene, toluene/toluene, and p-phenol/p-phenol interactions) and in protein structures from the Protein Data Bank (PDB) (Phe/Phe and Tyr/Tyr interactions) were studied and compared. The data show a larger influence of crystal packing/surrounding, more than the influence of substituents, on geometries of aromatic/aromatic interactions. While the interactions in crystal structures from the CSD show preference for parallel stacking interactions at the large offsets, in proteins from the PDB, they show preference for T-shaped geometries with small offsets.",
journal = "Crystal Growth & Design",
title = "Decisive Influence of Environment on Aromatic/Aromatic Interaction Geometries. Comparison of Aromatic/Aromatic Interactions in Crystal Structures of Small Molecules and in Protein Structures",
volume = "21",
number = "4",
pages = "1898-1904",
doi = "10.1021/acs.cgd.0c01514"
}
Živković, J. M., Stanković, I. M., Ninković, D.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2021). Decisive Influence of Environment on Aromatic/Aromatic Interaction Geometries. Comparison of Aromatic/Aromatic Interactions in Crystal Structures of Small Molecules and in Protein Structures. in Crystal Growth & Design, 21(4), 1898-1904.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.0c01514
Živković JM, Stanković IM, Ninković D, Zarić SD. Decisive Influence of Environment on Aromatic/Aromatic Interaction Geometries. Comparison of Aromatic/Aromatic Interactions in Crystal Structures of Small Molecules and in Protein Structures. in Crystal Growth & Design. 2021;21(4):1898-1904.
doi:10.1021/acs.cgd.0c01514 .
Živković, Jelena M., Stanković, Ivana M., Ninković, Dragan, Zarić, Snežana D., "Decisive Influence of Environment on Aromatic/Aromatic Interaction Geometries. Comparison of Aromatic/Aromatic Interactions in Crystal Structures of Small Molecules and in Protein Structures" in Crystal Growth & Design, 21, no. 4 (2021):1898-1904,
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.0c01514 . .

Supplementary data for the article: Živković, J. M.; Stanković, I. M.; Ninković, D. B.; Zarić, S. D. Decisive Influence of Environment on Aromatic/Aromatic Interaction Geometries. Comparison of Aromatic/Aromatic Interactions in Crystal Structures of Small Molecules and in Protein Structures. Crystal Growth & Design 2021, 21 (4), 1898–1904. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.0c01514.

Živković, Jelena M.; Stanković, Ivana M.; Ninković, Dragan; Zarić, Snežana D.

(2021)

TY  - DATA
AU  - Živković, Jelena M.
AU  - Stanković, Ivana M.
AU  - Ninković, Dragan
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2021
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4533
T2  - Crystal Growth & Design
T1  - Supplementary data for the article: Živković, J. M.; Stanković, I. M.; Ninković, D. B.; Zarić, S. D. Decisive Influence of Environment on Aromatic/Aromatic Interaction Geometries. Comparison of Aromatic/Aromatic Interactions in Crystal Structures of Small Molecules and in Protein Structures. Crystal Growth & Design 2021, 21 (4), 1898–1904. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.0c01514.
ER  - 
@misc{
author = "Živković, Jelena M. and Stanković, Ivana M. and Ninković, Dragan and Zarić, Snežana D.",
year = "2021",
journal = "Crystal Growth & Design",
title = "Supplementary data for the article: Živković, J. M.; Stanković, I. M.; Ninković, D. B.; Zarić, S. D. Decisive Influence of Environment on Aromatic/Aromatic Interaction Geometries. Comparison of Aromatic/Aromatic Interactions in Crystal Structures of Small Molecules and in Protein Structures. Crystal Growth & Design 2021, 21 (4), 1898–1904. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.0c01514."
}
Živković, J. M., Stanković, I. M., Ninković, D.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2021). Supplementary data for the article: Živković, J. M.; Stanković, I. M.; Ninković, D. B.; Zarić, S. D. Decisive Influence of Environment on Aromatic/Aromatic Interaction Geometries. Comparison of Aromatic/Aromatic Interactions in Crystal Structures of Small Molecules and in Protein Structures. Crystal Growth & Design 2021, 21 (4), 1898–1904. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.0c01514.. in Crystal Growth & Design.
Živković JM, Stanković IM, Ninković D, Zarić SD. Supplementary data for the article: Živković, J. M.; Stanković, I. M.; Ninković, D. B.; Zarić, S. D. Decisive Influence of Environment on Aromatic/Aromatic Interaction Geometries. Comparison of Aromatic/Aromatic Interactions in Crystal Structures of Small Molecules and in Protein Structures. Crystal Growth & Design 2021, 21 (4), 1898–1904. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.0c01514.. in Crystal Growth & Design. 2021;..
Živković, Jelena M., Stanković, Ivana M., Ninković, Dragan, Zarić, Snežana D., "Supplementary data for the article: Živković, J. M.; Stanković, I. M.; Ninković, D. B.; Zarić, S. D. Decisive Influence of Environment on Aromatic/Aromatic Interaction Geometries. Comparison of Aromatic/Aromatic Interactions in Crystal Structures of Small Molecules and in Protein Structures. Crystal Growth & Design 2021, 21 (4), 1898–1904. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.0c01514." in Crystal Growth & Design (2021).

Two-dimensional halogen-bonded organic frameworks based on the tetrabromobenzene-1,4-dicarboxylic acid building molecule

Chongboriboon, Nucharee; Samakun, Kodchakorn; Inprasit, Thitirat; Kielar, Filip; Dungkaew, Winya; Wong, Lawrence W.-Y.; Sung, Herman H.-Y.; Ninković, Dragan; Zarić, Snežana D.; Chainok, Kittipong

(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Chongboriboon, Nucharee
AU  - Samakun, Kodchakorn
AU  - Inprasit, Thitirat
AU  - Kielar, Filip
AU  - Dungkaew, Winya
AU  - Wong, Lawrence W.-Y.
AU  - Sung, Herman H.-Y.
AU  - Ninković, Dragan
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
AU  - Chainok, Kittipong
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/3795
AB  - Two-dimensional (2D) halogen-bonded organic frameworks were readily engineered by strong and directional effects of the primary Br⋯O and the secondary Br⋯π halogen bonding interactions from the tetrabromobenzene-1,4-dicarboxylic acid (H2Br4BDC) building molecule involving 100% supramolecular yields. The 2D assembly can function as a host layered framework for the intercalation of various guest solvents including acetone (ATN), ethanol (EtOH), dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), and ethylene glycol (EG) resulting in a 1 : 2 host : guest complexation stoichiometry viz. H2Br4BDC·2S (S = ATN (1ATN), EtOH (2EtOH), DMSO (3DMSO), and EG (4EG)). All the solvates show remarkable similarities in their 2D layered sheets and the bilayer distance significantly responds to the size, shape, molecular conformation, and strength of the hydrogen bonding capability of the intercalated solvent molecules. The transition between solvate formation and desolvation was found to be facile and reversible upon the desolvation-resolvation process. The estimated Br⋯O halogen bonding energy of the solvates is in the -0.6 to -1.7 kcal mol-1 range, which was determined by quantum-mechanical calculations based on density functional theory (DFT) calculations. Furthermore, to quantitatively identify the host-guest intermolecular interactions of these solvates, they were visually compared by Hirshfeld surface analysis.
PB  - Royal Society of Chemistry
T2  - CrystEngComm
T1  - Two-dimensional halogen-bonded organic frameworks based on the tetrabromobenzene-1,4-dicarboxylic acid building molecule
VL  - 22
IS  - 1
SP  - 24
EP  - 34
DO  - 10.1039/c9ce01140d
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Chongboriboon, Nucharee and Samakun, Kodchakorn and Inprasit, Thitirat and Kielar, Filip and Dungkaew, Winya and Wong, Lawrence W.-Y. and Sung, Herman H.-Y. and Ninković, Dragan and Zarić, Snežana D. and Chainok, Kittipong",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Two-dimensional (2D) halogen-bonded organic frameworks were readily engineered by strong and directional effects of the primary Br⋯O and the secondary Br⋯π halogen bonding interactions from the tetrabromobenzene-1,4-dicarboxylic acid (H2Br4BDC) building molecule involving 100% supramolecular yields. The 2D assembly can function as a host layered framework for the intercalation of various guest solvents including acetone (ATN), ethanol (EtOH), dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO), and ethylene glycol (EG) resulting in a 1 : 2 host : guest complexation stoichiometry viz. H2Br4BDC·2S (S = ATN (1ATN), EtOH (2EtOH), DMSO (3DMSO), and EG (4EG)). All the solvates show remarkable similarities in their 2D layered sheets and the bilayer distance significantly responds to the size, shape, molecular conformation, and strength of the hydrogen bonding capability of the intercalated solvent molecules. The transition between solvate formation and desolvation was found to be facile and reversible upon the desolvation-resolvation process. The estimated Br⋯O halogen bonding energy of the solvates is in the -0.6 to -1.7 kcal mol-1 range, which was determined by quantum-mechanical calculations based on density functional theory (DFT) calculations. Furthermore, to quantitatively identify the host-guest intermolecular interactions of these solvates, they were visually compared by Hirshfeld surface analysis.",
publisher = "Royal Society of Chemistry",
journal = "CrystEngComm",
title = "Two-dimensional halogen-bonded organic frameworks based on the tetrabromobenzene-1,4-dicarboxylic acid building molecule",
volume = "22",
number = "1",
pages = "24-34",
doi = "10.1039/c9ce01140d"
}
Chongboriboon, N., Samakun, K., Inprasit, T., Kielar, F., Dungkaew, W., Wong, L. W.-Y., Sung, H. H.-Y., Ninković, D., Zarić, S. D.,& Chainok, K.. (2020). Two-dimensional halogen-bonded organic frameworks based on the tetrabromobenzene-1,4-dicarboxylic acid building molecule. in CrystEngComm
Royal Society of Chemistry., 22(1), 24-34.
https://doi.org/10.1039/c9ce01140d
Chongboriboon N, Samakun K, Inprasit T, Kielar F, Dungkaew W, Wong LW, Sung HH, Ninković D, Zarić SD, Chainok K. Two-dimensional halogen-bonded organic frameworks based on the tetrabromobenzene-1,4-dicarboxylic acid building molecule. in CrystEngComm. 2020;22(1):24-34.
doi:10.1039/c9ce01140d .
Chongboriboon, Nucharee, Samakun, Kodchakorn, Inprasit, Thitirat, Kielar, Filip, Dungkaew, Winya, Wong, Lawrence W.-Y., Sung, Herman H.-Y., Ninković, Dragan, Zarić, Snežana D., Chainok, Kittipong, "Two-dimensional halogen-bonded organic frameworks based on the tetrabromobenzene-1,4-dicarboxylic acid building molecule" in CrystEngComm, 22, no. 1 (2020):24-34,
https://doi.org/10.1039/c9ce01140d . .
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What is the preferred geometry of sulfur–disulfide interactions?

Veljković, Ivana S.; Veljković, Dušan Ž.; Sarić, Gordana G.; Stanković, Ivana M.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Veljković, Ivana S.
AU  - Veljković, Dušan Ž.
AU  - Sarić, Gordana G.
AU  - Stanković, Ivana M.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4286
AB  - Non-covalent interactions between disulfide fragments and sulfur atoms were studied in crystal structures of small molecules and by quantum chemical calculations. Statistical analysis of the geometrical data from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) reveals that in most cases, interactions between sulfur and disulfide bonds are bifurcated. Quantum chemical calculations are in agreement with those findings. A strong interaction energy was calculated for bifurcated interactions (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −2.83 kcal mol−1) considering the region along the disulfide bond. Non-bifurcated interactions are weaker except in cases where σ-hole interaction is possible or in cases where S⋯S interaction is accompanied by additional hydrogen bonds (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −3.26 kcal mol−1). SAPT decomposition analysis shows that dispersion is the main attractive force in the studied systems while electrostatics plays a crucial role in defining the geometry of interactions.Non-covalent interactions between disulfide fragments and sulfur atoms were studied in crystal structures of small molecules and by quantum chemical calculations. Statistical analysis of the geometrical data from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) reveals that in most cases, interactions between sulfur and disulfide bonds are bifurcated. Quantum chemical calculations are in agreement with those findings. A strong interaction energy was calculated for bifurcated interactions (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −2.83 kcal mol−1) considering the region along the disulfide bond. Non-bifurcated interactions are weaker except in cases where σ-hole interaction is possible or in cases where S⋯S interaction is accompanied by additional hydrogen bonds (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −3.26 kcal mol−1). SAPT decomposition analysis shows that dispersion is the main attractive force in the studied systems while electrostatics plays a crucial role in defining the geometry of interactions.
PB  - Royal Society of Chemistry
T2  - CrystEngComm
T1  - What is the preferred geometry of sulfur–disulfide interactions?
VL  - 22
SP  - 7262
EP  - 7271
DO  - 10.1039/D0CE00211A
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Veljković, Ivana S. and Veljković, Dušan Ž. and Sarić, Gordana G. and Stanković, Ivana M. and Zarić, Snežana D.",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Non-covalent interactions between disulfide fragments and sulfur atoms were studied in crystal structures of small molecules and by quantum chemical calculations. Statistical analysis of the geometrical data from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) reveals that in most cases, interactions between sulfur and disulfide bonds are bifurcated. Quantum chemical calculations are in agreement with those findings. A strong interaction energy was calculated for bifurcated interactions (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −2.83 kcal mol−1) considering the region along the disulfide bond. Non-bifurcated interactions are weaker except in cases where σ-hole interaction is possible or in cases where S⋯S interaction is accompanied by additional hydrogen bonds (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −3.26 kcal mol−1). SAPT decomposition analysis shows that dispersion is the main attractive force in the studied systems while electrostatics plays a crucial role in defining the geometry of interactions.Non-covalent interactions between disulfide fragments and sulfur atoms were studied in crystal structures of small molecules and by quantum chemical calculations. Statistical analysis of the geometrical data from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) reveals that in most cases, interactions between sulfur and disulfide bonds are bifurcated. Quantum chemical calculations are in agreement with those findings. A strong interaction energy was calculated for bifurcated interactions (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −2.83 kcal mol−1) considering the region along the disulfide bond. Non-bifurcated interactions are weaker except in cases where σ-hole interaction is possible or in cases where S⋯S interaction is accompanied by additional hydrogen bonds (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −3.26 kcal mol−1). SAPT decomposition analysis shows that dispersion is the main attractive force in the studied systems while electrostatics plays a crucial role in defining the geometry of interactions.",
publisher = "Royal Society of Chemistry",
journal = "CrystEngComm",
title = "What is the preferred geometry of sulfur–disulfide interactions?",
volume = "22",
pages = "7262-7271",
doi = "10.1039/D0CE00211A"
}
Veljković, I. S., Veljković, D. Ž., Sarić, G. G., Stanković, I. M.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). What is the preferred geometry of sulfur–disulfide interactions?. in CrystEngComm
Royal Society of Chemistry., 22, 7262-7271.
https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CE00211A
Veljković IS, Veljković DŽ, Sarić GG, Stanković IM, Zarić SD. What is the preferred geometry of sulfur–disulfide interactions?. in CrystEngComm. 2020;22:7262-7271.
doi:10.1039/D0CE00211A .
Veljković, Ivana S., Veljković, Dušan Ž., Sarić, Gordana G., Stanković, Ivana M., Zarić, Snežana D., "What is the preferred geometry of sulfur–disulfide interactions?" in CrystEngComm, 22 (2020):7262-7271,
https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CE00211A . .
2

What is the preferred geometry of sulfur–disulfide interactions?

Veljković, Ivana S.; Veljković, Dušan Ž.; Sarić, Gordana G.; Stanković, Ivana M.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Veljković, Ivana S.
AU  - Veljković, Dušan Ž.
AU  - Sarić, Gordana G.
AU  - Stanković, Ivana M.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4287
AB  - Non-covalent interactions between disulfide fragments and sulfur atoms were studied in crystal structures of small molecules and by quantum chemical calculations. Statistical analysis of the geometrical data from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) reveals that in most cases, interactions between sulfur and disulfide bonds are bifurcated. Quantum chemical calculations are in agreement with those findings. A strong interaction energy was calculated for bifurcated interactions (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −2.83 kcal mol−1) considering the region along the disulfide bond. Non-bifurcated interactions are weaker except in cases where σ-hole interaction is possible or in cases where S⋯S interaction is accompanied by additional hydrogen bonds (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −3.26 kcal mol−1). SAPT decomposition analysis shows that dispersion is the main attractive force in the studied systems while electrostatics plays a crucial role in defining the geometry of interactions.Non-covalent interactions between disulfide fragments and sulfur atoms were studied in crystal structures of small molecules and by quantum chemical calculations. Statistical analysis of the geometrical data from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) reveals that in most cases, interactions between sulfur and disulfide bonds are bifurcated. Quantum chemical calculations are in agreement with those findings. A strong interaction energy was calculated for bifurcated interactions (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −2.83 kcal mol−1) considering the region along the disulfide bond. Non-bifurcated interactions are weaker except in cases where σ-hole interaction is possible or in cases where S⋯S interaction is accompanied by additional hydrogen bonds (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −3.26 kcal mol−1). SAPT decomposition analysis shows that dispersion is the main attractive force in the studied systems while electrostatics plays a crucial role in defining the geometry of interactions.
PB  - Royal Society of Chemistry
T2  - CrystEngComm
T1  - What is the preferred geometry of sulfur–disulfide interactions?
VL  - 22
SP  - 7262
EP  - 7271
DO  - 10.1039/D0CE00211A
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Veljković, Ivana S. and Veljković, Dušan Ž. and Sarić, Gordana G. and Stanković, Ivana M. and Zarić, Snežana D.",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Non-covalent interactions between disulfide fragments and sulfur atoms were studied in crystal structures of small molecules and by quantum chemical calculations. Statistical analysis of the geometrical data from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) reveals that in most cases, interactions between sulfur and disulfide bonds are bifurcated. Quantum chemical calculations are in agreement with those findings. A strong interaction energy was calculated for bifurcated interactions (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −2.83 kcal mol−1) considering the region along the disulfide bond. Non-bifurcated interactions are weaker except in cases where σ-hole interaction is possible or in cases where S⋯S interaction is accompanied by additional hydrogen bonds (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −3.26 kcal mol−1). SAPT decomposition analysis shows that dispersion is the main attractive force in the studied systems while electrostatics plays a crucial role in defining the geometry of interactions.Non-covalent interactions between disulfide fragments and sulfur atoms were studied in crystal structures of small molecules and by quantum chemical calculations. Statistical analysis of the geometrical data from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) reveals that in most cases, interactions between sulfur and disulfide bonds are bifurcated. Quantum chemical calculations are in agreement with those findings. A strong interaction energy was calculated for bifurcated interactions (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −2.83 kcal mol−1) considering the region along the disulfide bond. Non-bifurcated interactions are weaker except in cases where σ-hole interaction is possible or in cases where S⋯S interaction is accompanied by additional hydrogen bonds (ECCSD(T)/CBS = −3.26 kcal mol−1). SAPT decomposition analysis shows that dispersion is the main attractive force in the studied systems while electrostatics plays a crucial role in defining the geometry of interactions.",
publisher = "Royal Society of Chemistry",
journal = "CrystEngComm",
title = "What is the preferred geometry of sulfur–disulfide interactions?",
volume = "22",
pages = "7262-7271",
doi = "10.1039/D0CE00211A"
}
Veljković, I. S., Veljković, D. Ž., Sarić, G. G., Stanković, I. M.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). What is the preferred geometry of sulfur–disulfide interactions?. in CrystEngComm
Royal Society of Chemistry., 22, 7262-7271.
https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CE00211A
Veljković IS, Veljković DŽ, Sarić GG, Stanković IM, Zarić SD. What is the preferred geometry of sulfur–disulfide interactions?. in CrystEngComm. 2020;22:7262-7271.
doi:10.1039/D0CE00211A .
Veljković, Ivana S., Veljković, Dušan Ž., Sarić, Gordana G., Stanković, Ivana M., Zarić, Snežana D., "What is the preferred geometry of sulfur–disulfide interactions?" in CrystEngComm, 22 (2020):7262-7271,
https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CE00211A . .
2

Supplementary data for article: Chongboriboon, N.; Samakun, K.; Inprasit, T.; Kielar, F.; Dungkaew, W.; Wong, L. W.-Y.; Sung, H. H.-Y.; Ninković, D. B.; Zarić, S. D.; Chainok, K. Two-Dimensional Halogen-Bonded Organic Frameworks Based on the Tetrabromobenzene-1,4-Dicarboxylic Acid Building Molecule. CrystEngComm 2019, 22 (1), 24–34. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9ce01140d

Chongboriboon, Nucharee; Samakun, Kodchakorn; Inprasit, Thitirat; Kielar, Filip; Dungkaew, Winya; Wong, Lawrence W.-Y.; Sung, Herman H.-Y.; Ninković, Dragan; Zarić, Snežana D.; Chainok, Kittipong

(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020)

TY  - DATA
AU  - Chongboriboon, Nucharee
AU  - Samakun, Kodchakorn
AU  - Inprasit, Thitirat
AU  - Kielar, Filip
AU  - Dungkaew, Winya
AU  - Wong, Lawrence W.-Y.
AU  - Sung, Herman H.-Y.
AU  - Ninković, Dragan
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
AU  - Chainok, Kittipong
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/3796
PB  - Royal Society of Chemistry
T2  - CrystEngComm
T1  - Supplementary data for article: Chongboriboon, N.; Samakun, K.; Inprasit, T.; Kielar, F.; Dungkaew, W.; Wong, L. W.-Y.; Sung, H. H.-Y.; Ninković, D. B.; Zarić, S. D.; Chainok, K. Two-Dimensional Halogen-Bonded Organic Frameworks Based on the Tetrabromobenzene-1,4-Dicarboxylic Acid Building Molecule. CrystEngComm 2019, 22 (1), 24–34. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9ce01140d
ER  - 
@misc{
author = "Chongboriboon, Nucharee and Samakun, Kodchakorn and Inprasit, Thitirat and Kielar, Filip and Dungkaew, Winya and Wong, Lawrence W.-Y. and Sung, Herman H.-Y. and Ninković, Dragan and Zarić, Snežana D. and Chainok, Kittipong",
year = "2020",
publisher = "Royal Society of Chemistry",
journal = "CrystEngComm",
title = "Supplementary data for article: Chongboriboon, N.; Samakun, K.; Inprasit, T.; Kielar, F.; Dungkaew, W.; Wong, L. W.-Y.; Sung, H. H.-Y.; Ninković, D. B.; Zarić, S. D.; Chainok, K. Two-Dimensional Halogen-Bonded Organic Frameworks Based on the Tetrabromobenzene-1,4-Dicarboxylic Acid Building Molecule. CrystEngComm 2019, 22 (1), 24–34. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9ce01140d"
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Chongboriboon, N., Samakun, K., Inprasit, T., Kielar, F., Dungkaew, W., Wong, L. W.-Y., Sung, H. H.-Y., Ninković, D., Zarić, S. D.,& Chainok, K.. (2020). Supplementary data for article: Chongboriboon, N.; Samakun, K.; Inprasit, T.; Kielar, F.; Dungkaew, W.; Wong, L. W.-Y.; Sung, H. H.-Y.; Ninković, D. B.; Zarić, S. D.; Chainok, K. Two-Dimensional Halogen-Bonded Organic Frameworks Based on the Tetrabromobenzene-1,4-Dicarboxylic Acid Building Molecule. CrystEngComm 2019, 22 (1), 24–34. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9ce01140d. in CrystEngComm
Royal Society of Chemistry..
Chongboriboon N, Samakun K, Inprasit T, Kielar F, Dungkaew W, Wong LW, Sung HH, Ninković D, Zarić SD, Chainok K. Supplementary data for article: Chongboriboon, N.; Samakun, K.; Inprasit, T.; Kielar, F.; Dungkaew, W.; Wong, L. W.-Y.; Sung, H. H.-Y.; Ninković, D. B.; Zarić, S. D.; Chainok, K. Two-Dimensional Halogen-Bonded Organic Frameworks Based on the Tetrabromobenzene-1,4-Dicarboxylic Acid Building Molecule. CrystEngComm 2019, 22 (1), 24–34. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9ce01140d. in CrystEngComm. 2020;..
Chongboriboon, Nucharee, Samakun, Kodchakorn, Inprasit, Thitirat, Kielar, Filip, Dungkaew, Winya, Wong, Lawrence W.-Y., Sung, Herman H.-Y., Ninković, Dragan, Zarić, Snežana D., Chainok, Kittipong, "Supplementary data for article: Chongboriboon, N.; Samakun, K.; Inprasit, T.; Kielar, F.; Dungkaew, W.; Wong, L. W.-Y.; Sung, H. H.-Y.; Ninković, D. B.; Zarić, S. D.; Chainok, K. Two-Dimensional Halogen-Bonded Organic Frameworks Based on the Tetrabromobenzene-1,4-Dicarboxylic Acid Building Molecule. CrystEngComm 2019, 22 (1), 24–34. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9ce01140d" in CrystEngComm (2020).

What Is Special about Aromatic-Aromatic Interactions? Significant Attraction at Large Horizontal Displacement

Ninković, Dragan ; Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P.; Hall, Michael B.; Brothers, Edward N.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(American Chemical Society, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Ninković, Dragan 
AU  - Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P.
AU  - Hall, Michael B.
AU  - Brothers, Edward N.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/3946
AB  - High-level ab initio calculations show that the most stable stacking for benzene-cyclohexane is 17% stronger than that for benzene-benzene. However, as these systems are displaced horizontally the benzene-benzene attraction retains its strength. At a displacement of 5.0 Å, the benzene-benzene attraction is still ∼70% of its maximum strength, while benzene-cyclohexane attraction has fallen to ∼40% of its maximum strength. Alternatively, the radius of attraction (>2.0 kcal/mol) for benzene-benzene is 250% larger than that for benzene-cyclohexane. Thus, at relatively large distances aromatic rings can recognize each other, a phenomenon that helps explain their importance in protein folding and supramolecular structures.
PB  - American Chemical Society
T2  - ACS Central Science
T1  - What Is Special about Aromatic-Aromatic Interactions? Significant Attraction at Large Horizontal Displacement
VL  - 6
IS  - 3
SP  - 420
EP  - 425
DO  - 10.1021/acscentsci.0c00005
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Ninković, Dragan  and Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P. and Hall, Michael B. and Brothers, Edward N. and Zarić, Snežana D.",
year = "2020",
abstract = "High-level ab initio calculations show that the most stable stacking for benzene-cyclohexane is 17% stronger than that for benzene-benzene. However, as these systems are displaced horizontally the benzene-benzene attraction retains its strength. At a displacement of 5.0 Å, the benzene-benzene attraction is still ∼70% of its maximum strength, while benzene-cyclohexane attraction has fallen to ∼40% of its maximum strength. Alternatively, the radius of attraction (>2.0 kcal/mol) for benzene-benzene is 250% larger than that for benzene-cyclohexane. Thus, at relatively large distances aromatic rings can recognize each other, a phenomenon that helps explain their importance in protein folding and supramolecular structures.",
publisher = "American Chemical Society",
journal = "ACS Central Science",
title = "What Is Special about Aromatic-Aromatic Interactions? Significant Attraction at Large Horizontal Displacement",
volume = "6",
number = "3",
pages = "420-425",
doi = "10.1021/acscentsci.0c00005"
}
Ninković, D., Blagojević Filipović, J. P., Hall, M. B., Brothers, E. N.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). What Is Special about Aromatic-Aromatic Interactions? Significant Attraction at Large Horizontal Displacement. in ACS Central Science
American Chemical Society., 6(3), 420-425.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acscentsci.0c00005
Ninković D, Blagojević Filipović JP, Hall MB, Brothers EN, Zarić SD. What Is Special about Aromatic-Aromatic Interactions? Significant Attraction at Large Horizontal Displacement. in ACS Central Science. 2020;6(3):420-425.
doi:10.1021/acscentsci.0c00005 .
Ninković, Dragan , Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P., Hall, Michael B., Brothers, Edward N., Zarić, Snežana D., "What Is Special about Aromatic-Aromatic Interactions? Significant Attraction at Large Horizontal Displacement" in ACS Central Science, 6, no. 3 (2020):420-425,
https://doi.org/10.1021/acscentsci.0c00005 . .
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Phenol and Toluene Stacking Interactions, Including Interactions at Large Horizontal Displacements. Study of Crystal Structures and Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces

Živković, Jelena M.; Stanković, Ivana M.; Ninković, Dragan; Zarić, Snežana D.

(American Chemical Society, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Živković, Jelena M.
AU  - Stanković, Ivana M.
AU  - Ninković, Dragan
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/3973
AB  - The study of crystal structures from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) shows that most of p-phenol/p-phenol and toluene/toluene stacking interactions are at large horizontal displacements (offsets) as well as benzene/benzene interactions. The interactions at large horizontal displacements are stabilized by the addition of simultaneous interactions in supramolecular structures in crystals. The stacking p-phenol/p-phenol tends to be orientated in a parallel and antiparallel fashion, while stacking toluene/toluene is almost all in an antiparallel orientation. It is in accordance with calculated interaction energies. Namely, the strongest interaction energies for parallel and antiparallel phenol/phenol dimers are −5.12 and −4.40 kcal/mol, at offsets of 1.5 and 3.0 Å, respectively, while for parallel and antiparallel toluene/toluene dimers, energies are −3.98 and −5.39 kcal/mol, at offsets of 3.0 Å. These interactions are stronger than benzene/benzene stacking (−2.85 kcal/mol), as a consequence of the presence of the substituents. Similar to benzene/benzene stacking, interactions for phenol/phenol and toluene/toluene stacking at large offsets (4.0 Å) can be strong, stronger than −2.0 kcal/mol.
PB  - American Chemical Society
T2  - Crystal Growth & Design
T1  - Phenol and Toluene Stacking Interactions, Including Interactions at Large Horizontal Displacements. Study of Crystal Structures and Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces
VL  - 20
IS  - 2
SP  - 1025
EP  - 1034
DO  - 10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01353
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Živković, Jelena M. and Stanković, Ivana M. and Ninković, Dragan and Zarić, Snežana D.",
year = "2020",
abstract = "The study of crystal structures from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) shows that most of p-phenol/p-phenol and toluene/toluene stacking interactions are at large horizontal displacements (offsets) as well as benzene/benzene interactions. The interactions at large horizontal displacements are stabilized by the addition of simultaneous interactions in supramolecular structures in crystals. The stacking p-phenol/p-phenol tends to be orientated in a parallel and antiparallel fashion, while stacking toluene/toluene is almost all in an antiparallel orientation. It is in accordance with calculated interaction energies. Namely, the strongest interaction energies for parallel and antiparallel phenol/phenol dimers are −5.12 and −4.40 kcal/mol, at offsets of 1.5 and 3.0 Å, respectively, while for parallel and antiparallel toluene/toluene dimers, energies are −3.98 and −5.39 kcal/mol, at offsets of 3.0 Å. These interactions are stronger than benzene/benzene stacking (−2.85 kcal/mol), as a consequence of the presence of the substituents. Similar to benzene/benzene stacking, interactions for phenol/phenol and toluene/toluene stacking at large offsets (4.0 Å) can be strong, stronger than −2.0 kcal/mol.",
publisher = "American Chemical Society",
journal = "Crystal Growth & Design",
title = "Phenol and Toluene Stacking Interactions, Including Interactions at Large Horizontal Displacements. Study of Crystal Structures and Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces",
volume = "20",
number = "2",
pages = "1025-1034",
doi = "10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01353"
}
Živković, J. M., Stanković, I. M., Ninković, D.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). Phenol and Toluene Stacking Interactions, Including Interactions at Large Horizontal Displacements. Study of Crystal Structures and Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces. in Crystal Growth & Design
American Chemical Society., 20(2), 1025-1034.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01353
Živković JM, Stanković IM, Ninković D, Zarić SD. Phenol and Toluene Stacking Interactions, Including Interactions at Large Horizontal Displacements. Study of Crystal Structures and Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces. in Crystal Growth & Design. 2020;20(2):1025-1034.
doi:10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01353 .
Živković, Jelena M., Stanković, Ivana M., Ninković, Dragan, Zarić, Snežana D., "Phenol and Toluene Stacking Interactions, Including Interactions at Large Horizontal Displacements. Study of Crystal Structures and Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces" in Crystal Growth & Design, 20, no. 2 (2020):1025-1034,
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01353 . .
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How flexible is the water molecule structure? Analysis of crystal structures and the potential energy surface

Milovanović, Milan R.; Živković, Jelena M.; Ninković, Dragan; Stanković, Ivana M.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Milovanović, Milan R.
AU  - Živković, Jelena M.
AU  - Ninković, Dragan
AU  - Stanković, Ivana M.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/3977
AB  - Water molecules from crystal structures archived in the CSD show a relatively large range both in the bond angle and bond lengths. High level ab initio calculations at the CCSD(T)/CBS level predicted a possibility for energetically low-cost (±1 kcal mol−1) changes of the bond angle and bond lengths in a wide range, from 96.4° to 112.8° and from 0.930 Å to 0.989 Å, respectively.
PB  - Royal Society of Chemistry
T2  - Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
T1  - How flexible is the water molecule structure? Analysis of crystal structures and the potential energy surface
VL  - 22
IS  - 7
SP  - 4138
EP  - 4143
DO  - 10.1039/C9CP07042G
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Milovanović, Milan R. and Živković, Jelena M. and Ninković, Dragan and Stanković, Ivana M. and Zarić, Snežana D.",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Water molecules from crystal structures archived in the CSD show a relatively large range both in the bond angle and bond lengths. High level ab initio calculations at the CCSD(T)/CBS level predicted a possibility for energetically low-cost (±1 kcal mol−1) changes of the bond angle and bond lengths in a wide range, from 96.4° to 112.8° and from 0.930 Å to 0.989 Å, respectively.",
publisher = "Royal Society of Chemistry",
journal = "Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics",
title = "How flexible is the water molecule structure? Analysis of crystal structures and the potential energy surface",
volume = "22",
number = "7",
pages = "4138-4143",
doi = "10.1039/C9CP07042G"
}
Milovanović, M. R., Živković, J. M., Ninković, D., Stanković, I. M.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). How flexible is the water molecule structure? Analysis of crystal structures and the potential energy surface. in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Royal Society of Chemistry., 22(7), 4138-4143.
https://doi.org/10.1039/C9CP07042G
Milovanović MR, Živković JM, Ninković D, Stanković IM, Zarić SD. How flexible is the water molecule structure? Analysis of crystal structures and the potential energy surface. in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2020;22(7):4138-4143.
doi:10.1039/C9CP07042G .
Milovanović, Milan R., Živković, Jelena M., Ninković, Dragan, Stanković, Ivana M., Zarić, Snežana D., "How flexible is the water molecule structure? Analysis of crystal structures and the potential energy surface" in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 22, no. 7 (2020):4138-4143,
https://doi.org/10.1039/C9CP07042G . .
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Supplementary data for the article: Živković, J. M.; Stanković, I. M.; Ninković, D.; Zarić, S. D. Phenol and Toluene Stacking Interactions, Including Interactions at Large Horizontal Displacements. Study of Crystal Structures and Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces. Crystal Growth & Design 2020, 20 (2), 1025–1034. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01353

Živković, Jelena M.; Stanković, Ivana M.; Ninković, Dragan; Zarić, Snežana D.

(American Chemical Society, 2020)

TY  - DATA
AU  - Živković, Jelena M.
AU  - Stanković, Ivana M.
AU  - Ninković, Dragan
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/3979
PB  - American Chemical Society
T2  - Crystal Growth & Design
T1  - Supplementary data for the article: Živković, J. M.; Stanković, I. M.; Ninković, D.; Zarić, S. D. Phenol and Toluene Stacking Interactions, Including Interactions at Large Horizontal Displacements. Study of Crystal Structures and Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces. Crystal Growth & Design 2020, 20 (2), 1025–1034. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01353
ER  - 
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journal = "Crystal Growth & Design",
title = "Supplementary data for the article: Živković, J. M.; Stanković, I. M.; Ninković, D.; Zarić, S. D. Phenol and Toluene Stacking Interactions, Including Interactions at Large Horizontal Displacements. Study of Crystal Structures and Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces. Crystal Growth & Design 2020, 20 (2), 1025–1034. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01353"
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Živković, J. M., Stanković, I. M., Ninković, D.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). Supplementary data for the article: Živković, J. M.; Stanković, I. M.; Ninković, D.; Zarić, S. D. Phenol and Toluene Stacking Interactions, Including Interactions at Large Horizontal Displacements. Study of Crystal Structures and Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces. Crystal Growth & Design 2020, 20 (2), 1025–1034. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01353. in Crystal Growth & Design
American Chemical Society..
Živković JM, Stanković IM, Ninković D, Zarić SD. Supplementary data for the article: Živković, J. M.; Stanković, I. M.; Ninković, D.; Zarić, S. D. Phenol and Toluene Stacking Interactions, Including Interactions at Large Horizontal Displacements. Study of Crystal Structures and Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces. Crystal Growth & Design 2020, 20 (2), 1025–1034. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01353. in Crystal Growth & Design. 2020;..
Živković, Jelena M., Stanković, Ivana M., Ninković, Dragan, Zarić, Snežana D., "Supplementary data for the article: Živković, J. M.; Stanković, I. M.; Ninković, D.; Zarić, S. D. Phenol and Toluene Stacking Interactions, Including Interactions at Large Horizontal Displacements. Study of Crystal Structures and Calculation of Potential Energy Surfaces. Crystal Growth & Design 2020, 20 (2), 1025–1034. https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.9b01353" in Crystal Growth & Design (2020).

Carbohydrate – Protein aromatic ring interactions beyond CH/π interactions: A Protein Data Bank survey and quantum chemical calculations

Stanković, Ivana M.; Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(Elsevier, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Stanković, Ivana M.
AU  - Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/3983
AB  - The geometries of the contacts between monosaccharides and aromatic rings of amino acids found in X-ray crystallography structures, in the Protein Data Bank (PDB), were analyzed, while the energies of the interactions were calculated using quantum chemical method. We found 1913 sugar/aromatic ring contacts, 1054 of them (55%) with CH/π interactions and 859 of them (45%) without CH/π interactions. We showed that only the carbohydrate/aromatic contacts with CH/π interactions are preferentially parallel and enable sliding in the plane parallel to aromatic ring. The calculated interaction energies in systems with CH/π interactions are in the range from −1.7 kcal/mol to −6.8 kcal/mol, while in the systems without CH/π interactions are in the range −0.2 to −3.2 kcal/mol. Hence, the binding that does not include CH/π interactions, can also be important for aromatic amino acid and carbohydrate binding processes, since some of these interactions can be as strong as the CH/π interactions. At the same time, these interactions can be weak enough to enable releasing of small carbohydrate fragments after the enzymatic reaction. The analysis of the protein-substrate patterns showed that every second or third carbohydrate unit in long substrates stacks with protein aromatic amino acids.
PB  - Elsevier
T2  - International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
T1  - Carbohydrate – Protein aromatic ring interactions beyond CH/π interactions: A Protein Data Bank survey and quantum chemical calculations
VL  - 157
SP  - 1
EP  - 9
DO  - 10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251
ER  - 
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year = "2020",
abstract = "The geometries of the contacts between monosaccharides and aromatic rings of amino acids found in X-ray crystallography structures, in the Protein Data Bank (PDB), were analyzed, while the energies of the interactions were calculated using quantum chemical method. We found 1913 sugar/aromatic ring contacts, 1054 of them (55%) with CH/π interactions and 859 of them (45%) without CH/π interactions. We showed that only the carbohydrate/aromatic contacts with CH/π interactions are preferentially parallel and enable sliding in the plane parallel to aromatic ring. The calculated interaction energies in systems with CH/π interactions are in the range from −1.7 kcal/mol to −6.8 kcal/mol, while in the systems without CH/π interactions are in the range −0.2 to −3.2 kcal/mol. Hence, the binding that does not include CH/π interactions, can also be important for aromatic amino acid and carbohydrate binding processes, since some of these interactions can be as strong as the CH/π interactions. At the same time, these interactions can be weak enough to enable releasing of small carbohydrate fragments after the enzymatic reaction. The analysis of the protein-substrate patterns showed that every second or third carbohydrate unit in long substrates stacks with protein aromatic amino acids.",
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journal = "International Journal of Biological Macromolecules",
title = "Carbohydrate – Protein aromatic ring interactions beyond CH/π interactions: A Protein Data Bank survey and quantum chemical calculations",
volume = "157",
pages = "1-9",
doi = "10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251"
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Stanković, I. M., Blagojević Filipović, J. P.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). Carbohydrate – Protein aromatic ring interactions beyond CH/π interactions: A Protein Data Bank survey and quantum chemical calculations. in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
Elsevier., 157, 1-9.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251
Stanković IM, Blagojević Filipović JP, Zarić SD. Carbohydrate – Protein aromatic ring interactions beyond CH/π interactions: A Protein Data Bank survey and quantum chemical calculations. in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. 2020;157:1-9.
doi:10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251 .
Stanković, Ivana M., Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P., Zarić, Snežana D., "Carbohydrate – Protein aromatic ring interactions beyond CH/π interactions: A Protein Data Bank survey and quantum chemical calculations" in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 157 (2020):1-9,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251 . .
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Carbohydrate – Protein aromatic ring interactions beyond CH/π interactions: A Protein Data Bank survey and quantum chemical calculations

Stanković, Ivana M.; Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(Elsevier, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Stanković, Ivana M.
AU  - Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/3984
AB  - The geometries of the contacts between monosaccharides and aromatic rings of amino acids found in X-ray crystallography structures, in the Protein Data Bank (PDB), were analyzed, while the energies of the interactions were calculated using quantum chemical method. We found 1913 sugar/aromatic ring contacts, 1054 of them (55%) with CH/π interactions and 859 of them (45%) without CH/π interactions. We showed that only the carbohydrate/aromatic contacts with CH/π interactions are preferentially parallel and enable sliding in the plane parallel to aromatic ring. The calculated interaction energies in systems with CH/π interactions are in the range from −1.7 kcal/mol to −6.8 kcal/mol, while in the systems without CH/π interactions are in the range −0.2 to −3.2 kcal/mol. Hence, the binding that does not include CH/π interactions, can also be important for aromatic amino acid and carbohydrate binding processes, since some of these interactions can be as strong as the CH/π interactions. At the same time, these interactions can be weak enough to enable releasing of small carbohydrate fragments after the enzymatic reaction. The analysis of the protein-substrate patterns showed that every second or third carbohydrate unit in long substrates stacks with protein aromatic amino acids.
PB  - Elsevier
T2  - International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
T1  - Carbohydrate – Protein aromatic ring interactions beyond CH/π interactions: A Protein Data Bank survey and quantum chemical calculations
VL  - 157
SP  - 1
EP  - 9
DO  - 10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251
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Stanković, I. M., Blagojević Filipović, J. P.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). Carbohydrate – Protein aromatic ring interactions beyond CH/π interactions: A Protein Data Bank survey and quantum chemical calculations. in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
Elsevier., 157, 1-9.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251
Stanković IM, Blagojević Filipović JP, Zarić SD. Carbohydrate – Protein aromatic ring interactions beyond CH/π interactions: A Protein Data Bank survey and quantum chemical calculations. in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. 2020;157:1-9.
doi:10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251 .
Stanković, Ivana M., Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P., Zarić, Snežana D., "Carbohydrate – Protein aromatic ring interactions beyond CH/π interactions: A Protein Data Bank survey and quantum chemical calculations" in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 157 (2020):1-9,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251 . .
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Supplementary material for the article: Stanković, I. M.; Blagojević Filipović, J. P.; Zarić, S. D. Carbohydrate – Protein Aromatic Ring Interactions beyond CH/π Interactions: A Protein Data Bank Survey and Quantum Chemical Calculations. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 2020, 157, 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251

Stanković, Ivana M.; Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(Elsevier, 2020)

TY  - DATA
AU  - Stanković, Ivana M.
AU  - Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/3987
PB  - Elsevier
T2  - International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
T1  - Supplementary material for the article: Stanković, I. M.; Blagojević Filipović, J. P.; Zarić, S. D. Carbohydrate – Protein Aromatic Ring Interactions beyond CH/π Interactions: A Protein Data Bank Survey and Quantum Chemical Calculations. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 2020, 157, 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251
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title = "Supplementary material for the article: Stanković, I. M.; Blagojević Filipović, J. P.; Zarić, S. D. Carbohydrate – Protein Aromatic Ring Interactions beyond CH/π Interactions: A Protein Data Bank Survey and Quantum Chemical Calculations. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 2020, 157, 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251"
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Elsevier..
Stanković IM, Blagojević Filipović JP, Zarić SD. Supplementary material for the article: Stanković, I. M.; Blagojević Filipović, J. P.; Zarić, S. D. Carbohydrate – Protein Aromatic Ring Interactions beyond CH/π Interactions: A Protein Data Bank Survey and Quantum Chemical Calculations. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 2020, 157, 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251. in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. 2020;..
Stanković, Ivana M., Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P., Zarić, Snežana D., "Supplementary material for the article: Stanković, I. M.; Blagojević Filipović, J. P.; Zarić, S. D. Carbohydrate – Protein Aromatic Ring Interactions beyond CH/π Interactions: A Protein Data Bank Survey and Quantum Chemical Calculations. Int. J. Biol. Macromol. 2020, 157, 1–9. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.251" in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules (2020).

Stacking interactions of the methyl­ated cyclo­pentadienyl ligands in the crystal structures of transition metal complexes

Malenov, Dušan P.; Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(International Union of Crystallography, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Malenov, Dušan P.
AU  - Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4029
AB  - In the crystal structures of methylated cyclopentadienyl (Cp) complexes (MeCp, Me4Cp and Me5Cp) deposited in the Cambridge Structural Database, certain orientation types of stacked contacts can be noted as the most frequent. These orientation preferences can be well explained by the matching of oppositely charged regions of electrostatic potential. Parallel displaced stacking, large offset stacking and C - H⋯π interactions are the dominant interaction types that are responsible for the arrangement in the crystal structures of stacked methylated Cp complexes.
PB  - International Union of Crystallography
T2  - Acta Crystallographica Section B: Structural Science, Crystal Engineering and Materials
T1  - Stacking interactions of the methyl­ated cyclo­pentadienyl ligands in the crystal structures of transition metal complexes
VL  - 76
IS  - 2
SP  - 252
EP  - 258
DO  - 10.1107/S2052520620002206
ER  - 
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year = "2020",
abstract = "In the crystal structures of methylated cyclopentadienyl (Cp) complexes (MeCp, Me4Cp and Me5Cp) deposited in the Cambridge Structural Database, certain orientation types of stacked contacts can be noted as the most frequent. These orientation preferences can be well explained by the matching of oppositely charged regions of electrostatic potential. Parallel displaced stacking, large offset stacking and C - H⋯π interactions are the dominant interaction types that are responsible for the arrangement in the crystal structures of stacked methylated Cp complexes.",
publisher = "International Union of Crystallography",
journal = "Acta Crystallographica Section B: Structural Science, Crystal Engineering and Materials",
title = "Stacking interactions of the methyl­ated cyclo­pentadienyl ligands in the crystal structures of transition metal complexes",
volume = "76",
number = "2",
pages = "252-258",
doi = "10.1107/S2052520620002206"
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Malenov, D. P., Blagojević Filipović, J. P.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). Stacking interactions of the methyl­ated cyclo­pentadienyl ligands in the crystal structures of transition metal complexes. in Acta Crystallographica Section B: Structural Science, Crystal Engineering and Materials
International Union of Crystallography., 76(2), 252-258.
https://doi.org/10.1107/S2052520620002206
Malenov DP, Blagojević Filipović JP, Zarić SD. Stacking interactions of the methyl­ated cyclo­pentadienyl ligands in the crystal structures of transition metal complexes. in Acta Crystallographica Section B: Structural Science, Crystal Engineering and Materials. 2020;76(2):252-258.
doi:10.1107/S2052520620002206 .
Malenov, Dušan P., Blagojević Filipović, Jelena P., Zarić, Snežana D., "Stacking interactions of the methyl­ated cyclo­pentadienyl ligands in the crystal structures of transition metal complexes" in Acta Crystallographica Section B: Structural Science, Crystal Engineering and Materials, 76, no. 2 (2020):252-258,
https://doi.org/10.1107/S2052520620002206 . .
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Stacking interactions of aromatic ligands in transition metal complexes

Malenov, Dušan P.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(Elsevier, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Malenov, Dušan P.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4030
AB  - In this review article we present all the recent research on stacking interactions of aromatic ligands that coordinate to transition metals through their π-electrons (η-coordination). These studies were mostly based on searching the crystal structures from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) and on quantum chemical calculations. Stacking interactions between coordinated and uncoordinated benzene reach the energy of −4.40 kcal/mol, while the strongest calculated staking between two coordinated benzenes has the energy of −4.01 kcal/mol; this is significantly stronger than stacking between two uncoordinated benzenes (−2.73 kcal/mol). It was determined that in crystal structures both coordinated benzene and coordinated cyclopentadienyl anion form stacking interactions that dominantly have large horizontal displacements (more than 4.5 Å). This dominance is caused by the relatively strong stacking interactions at large displacements between benzene or Cp ligands in sandwich compounds, while for half-sandwich compounds they are supported by additional interactions of the other (usually branched) ligands. Larger aromatic ligands, tropylium and cyclooctatetraenide, almost exclusively form stacking interactions with large horizontal displacements. Methyl substituted benzene and Cp ligands dominantly form stacking interactions in combination with C–H/π interactions. Moreover, there is an interplay of stacking and aromatic C–H/π interactions in the CSD crystal structures, both interactions being important energy contributors to the stability of supramolecular systems. Stacking interactions of η-coordinated aromatic ligands are important in materials science, crystal engineering and medicinal chemistry, primarily in the application of ruthenium-arene complexes, where they determine the strength of bonding of these complexes to the DNA.
PB  - Elsevier
T2  - Coordination Chemistry Reviews
T1  - Stacking interactions of aromatic ligands in transition metal complexes
VL  - 419
SP  - 213338
DO  - 10.1016/j.ccr.2020.213338
ER  - 
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year = "2020",
abstract = "In this review article we present all the recent research on stacking interactions of aromatic ligands that coordinate to transition metals through their π-electrons (η-coordination). These studies were mostly based on searching the crystal structures from the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) and on quantum chemical calculations. Stacking interactions between coordinated and uncoordinated benzene reach the energy of −4.40 kcal/mol, while the strongest calculated staking between two coordinated benzenes has the energy of −4.01 kcal/mol; this is significantly stronger than stacking between two uncoordinated benzenes (−2.73 kcal/mol). It was determined that in crystal structures both coordinated benzene and coordinated cyclopentadienyl anion form stacking interactions that dominantly have large horizontal displacements (more than 4.5 Å). This dominance is caused by the relatively strong stacking interactions at large displacements between benzene or Cp ligands in sandwich compounds, while for half-sandwich compounds they are supported by additional interactions of the other (usually branched) ligands. Larger aromatic ligands, tropylium and cyclooctatetraenide, almost exclusively form stacking interactions with large horizontal displacements. Methyl substituted benzene and Cp ligands dominantly form stacking interactions in combination with C–H/π interactions. Moreover, there is an interplay of stacking and aromatic C–H/π interactions in the CSD crystal structures, both interactions being important energy contributors to the stability of supramolecular systems. Stacking interactions of η-coordinated aromatic ligands are important in materials science, crystal engineering and medicinal chemistry, primarily in the application of ruthenium-arene complexes, where they determine the strength of bonding of these complexes to the DNA.",
publisher = "Elsevier",
journal = "Coordination Chemistry Reviews",
title = "Stacking interactions of aromatic ligands in transition metal complexes",
volume = "419",
pages = "213338",
doi = "10.1016/j.ccr.2020.213338"
}
Malenov, D. P.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). Stacking interactions of aromatic ligands in transition metal complexes. in Coordination Chemistry Reviews
Elsevier., 419, 213338.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ccr.2020.213338
Malenov DP, Zarić SD. Stacking interactions of aromatic ligands in transition metal complexes. in Coordination Chemistry Reviews. 2020;419:213338.
doi:10.1016/j.ccr.2020.213338 .
Malenov, Dušan P., Zarić, Snežana D., "Stacking interactions of aromatic ligands in transition metal complexes" in Coordination Chemistry Reviews, 419 (2020):213338,
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Supplementary data for the article: Malenov, D. P.; Zarić, S. D. Stacking Interactions of Aromatic Ligands in Transition Metal Complexes. Coordination Chemistry Reviews 2020, 419, 213338. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ccr.2020.213338

Malenov, Dušan P.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(Elsevier, 2020)

TY  - DATA
AU  - Malenov, Dušan P.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4031
PB  - Elsevier
T2  - Coordination Chemistry Reviews
T1  - Supplementary data for the article: Malenov, D. P.; Zarić, S. D. Stacking Interactions of Aromatic Ligands in Transition Metal Complexes. Coordination Chemistry Reviews 2020, 419, 213338. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ccr.2020.213338
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Malenov, D. P.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). Supplementary data for the article: Malenov, D. P.; Zarić, S. D. Stacking Interactions of Aromatic Ligands in Transition Metal Complexes. Coordination Chemistry Reviews 2020, 419, 213338. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ccr.2020.213338. in Coordination Chemistry Reviews
Elsevier..
Malenov DP, Zarić SD. Supplementary data for the article: Malenov, D. P.; Zarić, S. D. Stacking Interactions of Aromatic Ligands in Transition Metal Complexes. Coordination Chemistry Reviews 2020, 419, 213338. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ccr.2020.213338. in Coordination Chemistry Reviews. 2020;..
Malenov, Dušan P., Zarić, Snežana D., "Supplementary data for the article: Malenov, D. P.; Zarić, S. D. Stacking Interactions of Aromatic Ligands in Transition Metal Complexes. Coordination Chemistry Reviews 2020, 419, 213338. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ccr.2020.213338" in Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2020).

Stacking interactions of resonance-assisted hydrogen-bridged rings and C6-aromatic rings

Filipović, Jelena P. Blagojević; Hall, Michael B.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Filipović, Jelena P. Blagojević
AU  - Hall, Michael B.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4060
AB  - Stacking interactions between six-membered resonance-assisted hydrogen-bridged (RAHB) rings and C6-aromatic rings were systematically studied by analyzing crystal structures in the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD). The interaction energies were calculated by quantum-chemical methods. Although the interactions are stronger than benzene/benzene stacking interactions (-2.7 kcal mol-1), the strongest calculated RAHB/benzene stacking interaction (-3.7 kcal mol-1) is significantly weaker than the strongest calculated RAHB/RAHB stacking interaction (-4.7 kcal mol-1), but for a particular composition of RAHB rings, RAHB/benzene stacking interactions can be weaker or stronger than the corresponding RAHB/RAHB stacking interactions. They are also weaker than the strongest calculated stacking interaction between five-membered saturated hydrogen-bridged rings and benzene (-4.4 kcal mol-1) and between two five-membered saturated hydrogen-bridged rings (-4.9 kcal mol-1). SAPT energy decomposition analyses show that the strongest attractive term in RAHB/benzene stacking interactions is dispersion, however, it is mostly canceled by a repulsive exchange term; hence the geometries of the most stable structures are determined by an electrostatic term.
PB  - Royal Society of Chemistry
T2  - Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
T1  - Stacking interactions of resonance-assisted hydrogen-bridged rings and C6-aromatic rings
VL  - 22
IS  - 24
SP  - 13721
EP  - 13728
DO  - 10.1039/d0cp01624a
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Filipović, Jelena P. Blagojević and Hall, Michael B. and Zarić, Snežana D.",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Stacking interactions between six-membered resonance-assisted hydrogen-bridged (RAHB) rings and C6-aromatic rings were systematically studied by analyzing crystal structures in the Cambridge Structural Database (CSD). The interaction energies were calculated by quantum-chemical methods. Although the interactions are stronger than benzene/benzene stacking interactions (-2.7 kcal mol-1), the strongest calculated RAHB/benzene stacking interaction (-3.7 kcal mol-1) is significantly weaker than the strongest calculated RAHB/RAHB stacking interaction (-4.7 kcal mol-1), but for a particular composition of RAHB rings, RAHB/benzene stacking interactions can be weaker or stronger than the corresponding RAHB/RAHB stacking interactions. They are also weaker than the strongest calculated stacking interaction between five-membered saturated hydrogen-bridged rings and benzene (-4.4 kcal mol-1) and between two five-membered saturated hydrogen-bridged rings (-4.9 kcal mol-1). SAPT energy decomposition analyses show that the strongest attractive term in RAHB/benzene stacking interactions is dispersion, however, it is mostly canceled by a repulsive exchange term; hence the geometries of the most stable structures are determined by an electrostatic term.",
publisher = "Royal Society of Chemistry",
journal = "Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics",
title = "Stacking interactions of resonance-assisted hydrogen-bridged rings and C6-aromatic rings",
volume = "22",
number = "24",
pages = "13721-13728",
doi = "10.1039/d0cp01624a"
}
Filipović, J. P. B., Hall, M. B.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). Stacking interactions of resonance-assisted hydrogen-bridged rings and C6-aromatic rings. in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Royal Society of Chemistry., 22(24), 13721-13728.
https://doi.org/10.1039/d0cp01624a
Filipović JPB, Hall MB, Zarić SD. Stacking interactions of resonance-assisted hydrogen-bridged rings and C6-aromatic rings. in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2020;22(24):13721-13728.
doi:10.1039/d0cp01624a .
Filipović, Jelena P. Blagojević, Hall, Michael B., Zarić, Snežana D., "Stacking interactions of resonance-assisted hydrogen-bridged rings and C6-aromatic rings" in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 22, no. 24 (2020):13721-13728,
https://doi.org/10.1039/d0cp01624a . .
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Supplementary data for the article: Filipović, J. P. B.; Hall, M. B.; Zarić, S. D. Stacking Interactions of Resonance-Assisted Hydrogen-Bridged Rings and C6-Aromatic Rings. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2020, 22 (24), 13721–13728. https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CP01624A

Filipović, Jelena P. Blagojević; Hall, Michael B.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020)

TY  - DATA
AU  - Filipović, Jelena P. Blagojević
AU  - Hall, Michael B.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4079
PB  - Royal Society of Chemistry
T2  - Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
T1  - Supplementary data for the article: Filipović, J. P. B.; Hall, M. B.; Zarić, S. D. Stacking Interactions of Resonance-Assisted Hydrogen-Bridged Rings and C6-Aromatic Rings. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2020, 22 (24), 13721–13728. https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CP01624A
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title = "Supplementary data for the article: Filipović, J. P. B.; Hall, M. B.; Zarić, S. D. Stacking Interactions of Resonance-Assisted Hydrogen-Bridged Rings and C6-Aromatic Rings. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2020, 22 (24), 13721–13728. https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CP01624A"
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Filipović, J. P. B., Hall, M. B.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). Supplementary data for the article: Filipović, J. P. B.; Hall, M. B.; Zarić, S. D. Stacking Interactions of Resonance-Assisted Hydrogen-Bridged Rings and C6-Aromatic Rings. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2020, 22 (24), 13721–13728. https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CP01624A. in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics
Royal Society of Chemistry..
Filipović JPB, Hall MB, Zarić SD. Supplementary data for the article: Filipović, J. P. B.; Hall, M. B.; Zarić, S. D. Stacking Interactions of Resonance-Assisted Hydrogen-Bridged Rings and C6-Aromatic Rings. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2020, 22 (24), 13721–13728. https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CP01624A. in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics. 2020;..
Filipović, Jelena P. Blagojević, Hall, Michael B., Zarić, Snežana D., "Supplementary data for the article: Filipović, J. P. B.; Hall, M. B.; Zarić, S. D. Stacking Interactions of Resonance-Assisted Hydrogen-Bridged Rings and C6-Aromatic Rings. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 2020, 22 (24), 13721–13728. https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CP01624A" in Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2020).

Role of aromatic amino acids in amyloid self-assembly

Stanković, Ivana M.; Niu, Shuqiang; Hall, Michael B.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(Elsevier, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Stanković, Ivana M.
AU  - Niu, Shuqiang
AU  - Hall, Michael B.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4176
AB  - Amyloids are proteins of a cross-β structure found as deposits in several diseases and also in normal tissues (nails, spider net, silk). Aromatic amino acids are frequently found in amyloid deposits. Although they are not indispensable, aromatic amino acids, phenylalanine, tyrosine and tryptophan, enhance significantly the kinetics of formation and thermodynamic stability, while tape or ribbon-like morphology is represented in systems with experimentally detected π-π interactions between aromatic rings. Analysis of geometries and energies of the amyloid PDB structures indicate the prevalence of aromatic-nonaromatic interactions and confirm that aromatic-aromatic interactions are not crucial for the amyloid formation.
PB  - Elsevier
T2  - International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
T1  - Role of aromatic amino acids in amyloid self-assembly
VL  - 156
SP  - 949
EP  - 959
DO  - 10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.064
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Stanković, Ivana M. and Niu, Shuqiang and Hall, Michael B. and Zarić, Snežana D.",
year = "2020",
abstract = "Amyloids are proteins of a cross-β structure found as deposits in several diseases and also in normal tissues (nails, spider net, silk). Aromatic amino acids are frequently found in amyloid deposits. Although they are not indispensable, aromatic amino acids, phenylalanine, tyrosine and tryptophan, enhance significantly the kinetics of formation and thermodynamic stability, while tape or ribbon-like morphology is represented in systems with experimentally detected π-π interactions between aromatic rings. Analysis of geometries and energies of the amyloid PDB structures indicate the prevalence of aromatic-nonaromatic interactions and confirm that aromatic-aromatic interactions are not crucial for the amyloid formation.",
publisher = "Elsevier",
journal = "International Journal of Biological Macromolecules",
title = "Role of aromatic amino acids in amyloid self-assembly",
volume = "156",
pages = "949-959",
doi = "10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.064"
}
Stanković, I. M., Niu, S., Hall, M. B.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). Role of aromatic amino acids in amyloid self-assembly. in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules
Elsevier., 156, 949-959.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.064
Stanković IM, Niu S, Hall MB, Zarić SD. Role of aromatic amino acids in amyloid self-assembly. in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules. 2020;156:949-959.
doi:10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.064 .
Stanković, Ivana M., Niu, Shuqiang, Hall, Michael B., Zarić, Snežana D., "Role of aromatic amino acids in amyloid self-assembly" in International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, 156 (2020):949-959,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijbiomac.2020.03.064 . .
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Joint Isotherm Calorimetric Titration–DFT Investigation of the Demethoxy-Amination of Fischer Carbenes

Milovanović, Milan R.; Zarić, Snežana D.; Cornaton, Yann; Đukić, Jean-Pierre

(Elsevier, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Milovanović, Milan R.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
AU  - Cornaton, Yann
AU  - Đukić, Jean-Pierre
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4267
AB  - The thermochemistry of the aminolysis of three methoxy Fischer carbenes, pentacarbonyl(phenylmethoxyalkylidene)chromium(0), molybdenum(0) and tungsten(0), was studied experimentally and theoretically with three amines, namely benzylamine, aniline and 3-pyrroline. Enthalpies of reactions were all determined by Isotherm Calorimetric Titration (ITC) in chlorobenzene at 298.15 K, which provided in almost all cases values of ΔrH larger than -15 kcal/mol suggesting energetically favourable transformations for all amines except aniline. No significant dependence of the enthalpy of reaction upon the nature of the metal atom of the carbene complex was found. Further ITC experiments confirmed the partial second-order reaction in amine. All COSMO-DFT computed enthalpies of reaction (spanning ca. -5.5 kcal/mol up to -20 kcal/mol) were found to be in excellent agreement with experimental values, while calculated Gibbs free energies suggested spontaneous processes for all reactions except the one with aniline.
PB  - Elsevier
T2  - Journal of Organometallic Chemistry
T1  - Joint Isotherm Calorimetric Titration–DFT Investigation of the Demethoxy-Amination of Fischer Carbenes
VL  - 929
SP  - 121582
DO  - 10.1016/j.jorganchem.2020.121582
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Milovanović, Milan R. and Zarić, Snežana D. and Cornaton, Yann and Đukić, Jean-Pierre",
year = "2020",
abstract = "The thermochemistry of the aminolysis of three methoxy Fischer carbenes, pentacarbonyl(phenylmethoxyalkylidene)chromium(0), molybdenum(0) and tungsten(0), was studied experimentally and theoretically with three amines, namely benzylamine, aniline and 3-pyrroline. Enthalpies of reactions were all determined by Isotherm Calorimetric Titration (ITC) in chlorobenzene at 298.15 K, which provided in almost all cases values of ΔrH larger than -15 kcal/mol suggesting energetically favourable transformations for all amines except aniline. No significant dependence of the enthalpy of reaction upon the nature of the metal atom of the carbene complex was found. Further ITC experiments confirmed the partial second-order reaction in amine. All COSMO-DFT computed enthalpies of reaction (spanning ca. -5.5 kcal/mol up to -20 kcal/mol) were found to be in excellent agreement with experimental values, while calculated Gibbs free energies suggested spontaneous processes for all reactions except the one with aniline.",
publisher = "Elsevier",
journal = "Journal of Organometallic Chemistry",
title = "Joint Isotherm Calorimetric Titration–DFT Investigation of the Demethoxy-Amination of Fischer Carbenes",
volume = "929",
pages = "121582",
doi = "10.1016/j.jorganchem.2020.121582"
}
Milovanović, M. R., Zarić, S. D., Cornaton, Y.,& Đukić, J.. (2020). Joint Isotherm Calorimetric Titration–DFT Investigation of the Demethoxy-Amination of Fischer Carbenes. in Journal of Organometallic Chemistry
Elsevier., 929, 121582.
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jorganchem.2020.121582
Milovanović MR, Zarić SD, Cornaton Y, Đukić J. Joint Isotherm Calorimetric Titration–DFT Investigation of the Demethoxy-Amination of Fischer Carbenes. in Journal of Organometallic Chemistry. 2020;929:121582.
doi:10.1016/j.jorganchem.2020.121582 .
Milovanović, Milan R., Zarić, Snežana D., Cornaton, Yann, Đukić, Jean-Pierre, "Joint Isotherm Calorimetric Titration–DFT Investigation of the Demethoxy-Amination of Fischer Carbenes" in Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 929 (2020):121582,
https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jorganchem.2020.121582 . .
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The Structural Details of Aspirin Molecules and Crystals

Toader, Ana Maria; Zarić, Snežana D.; Zalaru, Christina M.; Ferbinteanu, Marilena

(Bentham Science Publishers, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Toader, Ana Maria
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
AU  - Zalaru, Christina M.
AU  - Ferbinteanu, Marilena
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4277
AB  - We revisit, in the key of structural chemistry, one of the most known and important drugs: the aspirin. Although apparently simple, the factors determining the molecular structure and supramolecular association in crystals are not trivial. We addressed the problem from experimental and theoretical sides, considering issues from X-ray measurements and results of first-principle reconstruction of molecule and lattices by ab initio calculations. Some puzzling problems can give headaches to specialists and intrigue the general public. Thus, the reported polymorphism of aspirin is disputed, a so-called form II being alleged as a result of misinterpretation. At the same time, were presented evidences that the structure of common form I can be disrupted by domains where the regular packing is changed to the pattern of form II. The problems appear even at the level of independent molecule: the most stable conformation computed by various techniques of electronic structure differs from those encountered in crystals. Because the energy difference between the related conformational isomers (computed as most stable vs. the experimental structure) is small, about 1 kcal/mol, comprised in the error bars of used methods, the unresting question is whether the modelling is imprecise, or the supramolecular factors are mutating the conformational preferences. By a detective following of the issue, the intermolecular effects were made responsible for the conformation of the molecule in crystal. The presented problems were gathered from literature results, debates, glued with modelling and analysis redone by ourselves, in order to secure the unitary view of the considered prototypic topic.
PB  - Bentham Science Publishers
T2  - Current Medicinal Chemistry
T1  - The Structural Details of Aspirin Molecules and Crystals
VL  - 27
IS  - 1
SP  - 99
EP  - 120
DO  - 10.2174/0929867325666181031132823
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Toader, Ana Maria and Zarić, Snežana D. and Zalaru, Christina M. and Ferbinteanu, Marilena",
year = "2020",
abstract = "We revisit, in the key of structural chemistry, one of the most known and important drugs: the aspirin. Although apparently simple, the factors determining the molecular structure and supramolecular association in crystals are not trivial. We addressed the problem from experimental and theoretical sides, considering issues from X-ray measurements and results of first-principle reconstruction of molecule and lattices by ab initio calculations. Some puzzling problems can give headaches to specialists and intrigue the general public. Thus, the reported polymorphism of aspirin is disputed, a so-called form II being alleged as a result of misinterpretation. At the same time, were presented evidences that the structure of common form I can be disrupted by domains where the regular packing is changed to the pattern of form II. The problems appear even at the level of independent molecule: the most stable conformation computed by various techniques of electronic structure differs from those encountered in crystals. Because the energy difference between the related conformational isomers (computed as most stable vs. the experimental structure) is small, about 1 kcal/mol, comprised in the error bars of used methods, the unresting question is whether the modelling is imprecise, or the supramolecular factors are mutating the conformational preferences. By a detective following of the issue, the intermolecular effects were made responsible for the conformation of the molecule in crystal. The presented problems were gathered from literature results, debates, glued with modelling and analysis redone by ourselves, in order to secure the unitary view of the considered prototypic topic.",
publisher = "Bentham Science Publishers",
journal = "Current Medicinal Chemistry",
title = "The Structural Details of Aspirin Molecules and Crystals",
volume = "27",
number = "1",
pages = "99-120",
doi = "10.2174/0929867325666181031132823"
}
Toader, A. M., Zarić, S. D., Zalaru, C. M.,& Ferbinteanu, M.. (2020). The Structural Details of Aspirin Molecules and Crystals. in Current Medicinal Chemistry
Bentham Science Publishers., 27(1), 99-120.
https://doi.org/10.2174/0929867325666181031132823
Toader AM, Zarić SD, Zalaru CM, Ferbinteanu M. The Structural Details of Aspirin Molecules and Crystals. in Current Medicinal Chemistry. 2020;27(1):99-120.
doi:10.2174/0929867325666181031132823 .
Toader, Ana Maria, Zarić, Snežana D., Zalaru, Christina M., Ferbinteanu, Marilena, "The Structural Details of Aspirin Molecules and Crystals" in Current Medicinal Chemistry, 27, no. 1 (2020):99-120,
https://doi.org/10.2174/0929867325666181031132823 . .
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Stacking Interactions between Indenyl Ligands of Transition Metal Complexes: Crystallographic and Density Functional Study

Malenov, Dušan P.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(American Chemical Society, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Malenov, Dušan P.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4335
AB  - The analysis of crystal structures deposited in the Cambridge Structural Database showed that indenyl ligands of transition metal complexes prefer to form stacking interactions with one of the three geometries: two of them (types 1 and 2) at small horizontal displacements and one (type 3) at large horizontal displacements. Density functional theory calculations on several model molecules showed that types 1 and 2 are minima at potential energy surfaces, with substantial interaction energies that surpass −8.0 kcal/mol. Type 3 has a small energy contribution (around −2.0 kcal/mol) to the stability of supramolecular structures; however, it is combined with simultaneous stronger stacking or aromatic C–H/π interactions. Stacking of indenyl ligands is significantly stronger than the stacking of corresponding cyclopentadienyl ligands (−3.0 kcal/mol), due to the larger size of the indenyl ligand. The strength of stacking interactions depends on the electrostatic potential surface of indenyl ligands, depending on the nature and number of the other ligands of the transition metal.
PB  - American Chemical Society
T2  - Crystal Growth & Design
T1  - Stacking Interactions between Indenyl Ligands of Transition Metal Complexes: Crystallographic and Density Functional Study
VL  - 20
IS  - 7
SP  - 4491
EP  - 4502
DO  - 10.1021/acs.cgd.0c00303
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Malenov, Dušan P. and Zarić, Snežana D.",
year = "2020",
abstract = "The analysis of crystal structures deposited in the Cambridge Structural Database showed that indenyl ligands of transition metal complexes prefer to form stacking interactions with one of the three geometries: two of them (types 1 and 2) at small horizontal displacements and one (type 3) at large horizontal displacements. Density functional theory calculations on several model molecules showed that types 1 and 2 are minima at potential energy surfaces, with substantial interaction energies that surpass −8.0 kcal/mol. Type 3 has a small energy contribution (around −2.0 kcal/mol) to the stability of supramolecular structures; however, it is combined with simultaneous stronger stacking or aromatic C–H/π interactions. Stacking of indenyl ligands is significantly stronger than the stacking of corresponding cyclopentadienyl ligands (−3.0 kcal/mol), due to the larger size of the indenyl ligand. The strength of stacking interactions depends on the electrostatic potential surface of indenyl ligands, depending on the nature and number of the other ligands of the transition metal.",
publisher = "American Chemical Society",
journal = "Crystal Growth & Design",
title = "Stacking Interactions between Indenyl Ligands of Transition Metal Complexes: Crystallographic and Density Functional Study",
volume = "20",
number = "7",
pages = "4491-4502",
doi = "10.1021/acs.cgd.0c00303"
}
Malenov, D. P.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). Stacking Interactions between Indenyl Ligands of Transition Metal Complexes: Crystallographic and Density Functional Study. in Crystal Growth & Design
American Chemical Society., 20(7), 4491-4502.
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.0c00303
Malenov DP, Zarić SD. Stacking Interactions between Indenyl Ligands of Transition Metal Complexes: Crystallographic and Density Functional Study. in Crystal Growth & Design. 2020;20(7):4491-4502.
doi:10.1021/acs.cgd.0c00303 .
Malenov, Dušan P., Zarić, Snežana D., "Stacking Interactions between Indenyl Ligands of Transition Metal Complexes: Crystallographic and Density Functional Study" in Crystal Growth & Design, 20, no. 7 (2020):4491-4502,
https://doi.org/10.1021/acs.cgd.0c00303 . .
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Strong stacking interactions at large horizontal displacements of tropylium and cyclooctatetraenide ligands of transition metal complexes: crystallographic and DFT study

Malenov, Dušan P.; Zarić, Snežana D.

(Royal Society of Chemistry, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Malenov, Dušan P.
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4336
AB  - A Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) search was performed in order to study the stacking interactions of the 7-membered tropylium ring and 8-membered cyclooctatetraenide (COT) ring, coordinated to transition metals via their π-electrons. The search showed that both ligands have very high preference for stacking interactions with large horizontal displacements. These interactions leave tropylium and COT faces available for additional simultaneous (mostly C–H/π and in some cases stacking) interactions, which lead to very stable supramolecular structures. DFT calculations on model molecules derived from CSD crystal structures showed that large offset stacking of both tropylium and COT ligands surpasses −3.0 kcal mol−1, which makes them important contributors to the overall stability of the systems they are found in. Small offset stacking of tropylium and COT ligands, which is the strongest type of stacking, is almost not found in the CSD crystal structures, which can be explained based on the fact that they do not enable additional simultaneous interactions with molecules from the environment. Stacking of tropylium and COT ligands occurs at larger offsets than stacking of benzene and cyclopentadienyl ligands, which can be rationalized with their larger size, as well as with their electrostatic potential surfaces.
PB  - Royal Society of Chemistry
T2  - CrystEngComm
T1  - Strong stacking interactions at large horizontal displacements of tropylium and cyclooctatetraenide ligands of transition metal complexes: crystallographic and DFT study
VL  - 22
IS  - 22
SP  - 3831
EP  - 3839
DO  - 10.1039/D0CE00501K
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Malenov, Dušan P. and Zarić, Snežana D.",
year = "2020",
abstract = "A Cambridge Structural Database (CSD) search was performed in order to study the stacking interactions of the 7-membered tropylium ring and 8-membered cyclooctatetraenide (COT) ring, coordinated to transition metals via their π-electrons. The search showed that both ligands have very high preference for stacking interactions with large horizontal displacements. These interactions leave tropylium and COT faces available for additional simultaneous (mostly C–H/π and in some cases stacking) interactions, which lead to very stable supramolecular structures. DFT calculations on model molecules derived from CSD crystal structures showed that large offset stacking of both tropylium and COT ligands surpasses −3.0 kcal mol−1, which makes them important contributors to the overall stability of the systems they are found in. Small offset stacking of tropylium and COT ligands, which is the strongest type of stacking, is almost not found in the CSD crystal structures, which can be explained based on the fact that they do not enable additional simultaneous interactions with molecules from the environment. Stacking of tropylium and COT ligands occurs at larger offsets than stacking of benzene and cyclopentadienyl ligands, which can be rationalized with their larger size, as well as with their electrostatic potential surfaces.",
publisher = "Royal Society of Chemistry",
journal = "CrystEngComm",
title = "Strong stacking interactions at large horizontal displacements of tropylium and cyclooctatetraenide ligands of transition metal complexes: crystallographic and DFT study",
volume = "22",
number = "22",
pages = "3831-3839",
doi = "10.1039/D0CE00501K"
}
Malenov, D. P.,& Zarić, S. D.. (2020). Strong stacking interactions at large horizontal displacements of tropylium and cyclooctatetraenide ligands of transition metal complexes: crystallographic and DFT study. in CrystEngComm
Royal Society of Chemistry., 22(22), 3831-3839.
https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CE00501K
Malenov DP, Zarić SD. Strong stacking interactions at large horizontal displacements of tropylium and cyclooctatetraenide ligands of transition metal complexes: crystallographic and DFT study. in CrystEngComm. 2020;22(22):3831-3839.
doi:10.1039/D0CE00501K .
Malenov, Dušan P., Zarić, Snežana D., "Strong stacking interactions at large horizontal displacements of tropylium and cyclooctatetraenide ligands of transition metal complexes: crystallographic and DFT study" in CrystEngComm, 22, no. 22 (2020):3831-3839,
https://doi.org/10.1039/D0CE00501K . .
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The Affinity of Some Lewis Bases for Hexafluoroisopropanol as a Reference Lewis Acid: An ITC/DFT Study

Milovanović, Milan R.; Dherbassy, Quentin; Wencel‐Delord, Joanna; Colobert, Françoise; Zarić, Snežana D.; Đukić, Jean-Pierre

(Wiley, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Milovanović, Milan R.
AU  - Dherbassy, Quentin
AU  - Wencel‐Delord, Joanna
AU  - Colobert, Françoise
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
AU  - Đukić, Jean-Pierre
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4337
AB  - To figure out the possible role of 1,1,1,3,3,3-hexafluoropropan-2-ol (HFIP) as well as to provide reference thermochemical data in solution, the formation of Lewis acid-base complexes between HFIP (Lewis acid) and a series of 8 different Lewis bases (3 sulfoxides, 3 Nsp2 pyridine derivatives, 1 aromatic amine, 1 cyclic aliphatic ether) was examined by isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC) experiments and static density functional theory augmented with Dispersion (DFT−D) calculations. Measured ITC association enthalpy values (ΔHa) lie between −9.3 and −14 kcal mol−1. Computations including a PCM implicit solvation model produced similar exothermicity of association of all studied systems compared to the ITC data with ΔHa values ranging from −8.5 to −12.7 kcal mol−1. An additional set of calculations combining implicit and explicit solvation by chlorobenzene of the reactants, pointed out the relatively low interference of the solvent with the HFIP-base complexation: its main effect is to slightly enhance the Gibbs energy of the HFIP-Lewis base association. It is speculated that the interactions of bulk HFIP with Lewis bases therefore may significantly intervene in catalytic processes not only via the dynamic microstructuring of the medium but also more explicitly by affecting bonds’ polarization at the Lewis bases.
PB  - Wiley
T2  - ChemPhysChem
T1  - The Affinity of Some Lewis Bases for Hexafluoroisopropanol as a Reference Lewis Acid: An ITC/DFT Study
VL  - 21
IS  - 18
SP  - 2136
EP  - 2142
DO  - 10.1002/cphc.202000560
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Milovanović, Milan R. and Dherbassy, Quentin and Wencel‐Delord, Joanna and Colobert, Françoise and Zarić, Snežana D. and Đukić, Jean-Pierre",
year = "2020",
abstract = "To figure out the possible role of 1,1,1,3,3,3-hexafluoropropan-2-ol (HFIP) as well as to provide reference thermochemical data in solution, the formation of Lewis acid-base complexes between HFIP (Lewis acid) and a series of 8 different Lewis bases (3 sulfoxides, 3 Nsp2 pyridine derivatives, 1 aromatic amine, 1 cyclic aliphatic ether) was examined by isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC) experiments and static density functional theory augmented with Dispersion (DFT−D) calculations. Measured ITC association enthalpy values (ΔHa) lie between −9.3 and −14 kcal mol−1. Computations including a PCM implicit solvation model produced similar exothermicity of association of all studied systems compared to the ITC data with ΔHa values ranging from −8.5 to −12.7 kcal mol−1. An additional set of calculations combining implicit and explicit solvation by chlorobenzene of the reactants, pointed out the relatively low interference of the solvent with the HFIP-base complexation: its main effect is to slightly enhance the Gibbs energy of the HFIP-Lewis base association. It is speculated that the interactions of bulk HFIP with Lewis bases therefore may significantly intervene in catalytic processes not only via the dynamic microstructuring of the medium but also more explicitly by affecting bonds’ polarization at the Lewis bases.",
publisher = "Wiley",
journal = "ChemPhysChem",
title = "The Affinity of Some Lewis Bases for Hexafluoroisopropanol as a Reference Lewis Acid: An ITC/DFT Study",
volume = "21",
number = "18",
pages = "2136-2142",
doi = "10.1002/cphc.202000560"
}
Milovanović, M. R., Dherbassy, Q., Wencel‐Delord, J., Colobert, F., Zarić, S. D.,& Đukić, J.. (2020). The Affinity of Some Lewis Bases for Hexafluoroisopropanol as a Reference Lewis Acid: An ITC/DFT Study. in ChemPhysChem
Wiley., 21(18), 2136-2142.
https://doi.org/10.1002/cphc.202000560
Milovanović MR, Dherbassy Q, Wencel‐Delord J, Colobert F, Zarić SD, Đukić J. The Affinity of Some Lewis Bases for Hexafluoroisopropanol as a Reference Lewis Acid: An ITC/DFT Study. in ChemPhysChem. 2020;21(18):2136-2142.
doi:10.1002/cphc.202000560 .
Milovanović, Milan R., Dherbassy, Quentin, Wencel‐Delord, Joanna, Colobert, Françoise, Zarić, Snežana D., Đukić, Jean-Pierre, "The Affinity of Some Lewis Bases for Hexafluoroisopropanol as a Reference Lewis Acid: An ITC/DFT Study" in ChemPhysChem, 21, no. 18 (2020):2136-2142,
https://doi.org/10.1002/cphc.202000560 . .
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The Affinity of Some Lewis Bases for Hexafluoroisopropanol as a Reference Lewis Acid: An ITC/DFT Study

Milovanović, Milan R.; Dherbassy, Quentin; Wencel‐Delord, Joanna; Colobert, Françoise; Zarić, Snežana D.; Đukić, Jean-Pierre

(Wiley, 2020)

TY  - JOUR
AU  - Milovanović, Milan R.
AU  - Dherbassy, Quentin
AU  - Wencel‐Delord, Joanna
AU  - Colobert, Françoise
AU  - Zarić, Snežana D.
AU  - Đukić, Jean-Pierre
PY  - 2020
UR  - https://cherry.chem.bg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/4339
AB  - To figure out the possible role of 1,1,1,3,3,3-hexafluoropropan-2-ol (HFIP) as well as to provide reference thermochemical data in solution, the formation of Lewis acid-base complexes between HFIP (Lewis acid) and a series of 8 different Lewis bases (3 sulfoxides, 3 Nsp2 pyridine derivatives, 1 aromatic amine, 1 cyclic aliphatic ether) was examined by isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC) experiments and static density functional theory augmented with Dispersion (DFT−D) calculations. Measured ITC association enthalpy values (ΔHa) lie between −9.3 and −14 kcal mol−1. Computations including a PCM implicit solvation model produced similar exothermicity of association of all studied systems compared to the ITC data with ΔHa values ranging from −8.5 to −12.7 kcal mol−1. An additional set of calculations combining implicit and explicit solvation by chlorobenzene of the reactants, pointed out the relatively low interference of the solvent with the HFIP-base complexation: its main effect is to slightly enhance the Gibbs energy of the HFIP-Lewis base association. It is speculated that the interactions of bulk HFIP with Lewis bases therefore may significantly intervene in catalytic processes not only via the dynamic microstructuring of the medium but also more explicitly by affecting bonds’ polarization at the Lewis bases.
PB  - Wiley
T2  - ChemPhysChem
T1  - The Affinity of Some Lewis Bases for Hexafluoroisopropanol as a Reference Lewis Acid: An ITC/DFT Study
VL  - 21
IS  - 18
SP  - 2136
EP  - 2142
DO  - 10.1002/cphc.202000560
ER  - 
@article{
author = "Milovanović, Milan R. and Dherbassy, Quentin and Wencel‐Delord, Joanna and Colobert, Françoise and Zarić, Snežana D. and Đukić, Jean-Pierre",
year = "2020",
abstract = "To figure out the possible role of 1,1,1,3,3,3-hexafluoropropan-2-ol (HFIP) as well as to provide reference thermochemical data in solution, the formation of Lewis acid-base complexes between HFIP (Lewis acid) and a series of 8 different Lewis bases (3 sulfoxides, 3 Nsp2 pyridine derivatives, 1 aromatic amine, 1 cyclic aliphatic ether) was examined by isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC) experiments and static density functional theory augmented with Dispersion (DFT−D) calculations. Measured ITC association enthalpy values (ΔHa) lie between −9.3 and −14 kcal mol−1. Computations including a PCM implicit solvation model produced similar exothermicity of association of all studied systems compared to the ITC data with ΔHa values ranging from −8.5 to −12.7 kcal mol−1. An additional set of calculations combining implicit and explicit solvation by chlorobenzene of the reactants, pointed out the relatively low interference of the solvent with the HFIP-base complexation: its main effect is to slightly enhance the Gibbs energy of the HFIP-Lewis base association. It is speculated that the interactions of bulk HFIP with Lewis bases therefore may significantly intervene in catalytic processes not only via the dynamic microstructuring of the medium but also more explicitly by affecting bonds’ polarization at the Lewis bases.",
publisher = "Wiley",
journal = "ChemPhysChem",
title = "The Affinity of Some Lewis Bases for Hexafluoroisopropanol as a Reference Lewis Acid: An ITC/DFT Study",
volume = "21",
number = "18",
pages = "2136-2142",
doi = "10.1002/cphc.202000560"
}
Milovanović, M. R., Dherbassy, Q., Wencel‐Delord, J., Colobert, F., Zarić, S. D.,& Đukić, J.. (2020). The Affinity of Some Lewis Bases for Hexafluoroisopropanol as a Reference Lewis Acid: An ITC/DFT Study. in ChemPhysChem
Wiley., 21(18), 2136-2142.
https://doi.org/10.1002/cphc.202000560
Milovanović MR, Dherbassy Q, Wencel‐Delord J, Colobert F, Zarić SD, Đukić J. The Affinity of Some Lewis Bases for Hexafluoroisopropanol as a Reference Lewis Acid: An ITC/DFT Study. in ChemPhysChem. 2020;21(18):2136-2142.
doi:10.1002/cphc.202000560 .
Milovanović, Milan R., Dherbassy, Quentin, Wencel‐Delord, Joanna, Colobert, Françoise, Zarić, Snežana D., Đukić, Jean-Pierre, "The Affinity of Some Lewis Bases for Hexafluoroisopropanol as a Reference Lewis Acid: An ITC/DFT Study" in ChemPhysChem, 21, no. 18 (2020):2136-2142,
https://doi.org/10.1002/cphc.202000560 . .
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