A simple functional representation of angular-dependent hydrogen-bonded systems. 1. Amide, carboxylic acid, and amide-carboxylic acid pairs

Kyoung Tai No, Oh Young Kwon, Su Yeon Kim, Mu Shik Jhon, Harold A. Scheraga

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Abstract

For describing the angular dependence of the energy of hydrogen bonds, especially for amide, carboxylic acid, and amide-carboxylic acid molecular pairs, four interatomic distances are used instead of the conventional internal coordinates (the hydrogen bond distance, two bond angles, and one dihedral angle). With the new representation, the angular dependence of the energy of hydrogen bonds can be well described with only 6-12 type potential functions without additional functions involving bond or dihedral angles. In the new model, the repulsion between 1-3 atomic pairs proved to be the most important for describing the angular dependence of the energy of hydrogen bonds. The parameters of these empirical hydrogen bond potential functions were optimized with the 6-31G** ab initio potential energy surfaces of 11 hydrogen-bonded molecular pairs. The empirical potential functions reproduce the ab initio potential surfaces very well.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)3478-3486
Number of pages9
JournalJournal of physical chemistry
Volume99
Issue number11
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1995 Jan 1

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Carboxylic Acids
Carboxylic acids
Amides
carboxylic acids
amides
Hydrogen
Hydrogen bonds
hydrogen bonds
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Dihedral angle
dihedral angle
Potential energy surfaces
Chemical bonds
Surface potential
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