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A Kinetic Study for the Reaction of 2,4-Dinitrophenyl Benzoate with Secondary Cyclic Amines

Title
A Kinetic Study for the Reaction of 2,4-Dinitrophenyl Benzoate with Secondary Cyclic Amines
Authors
Um I.-H.Kim M.-J.Min J.-S.Kwon D.-S.
Ewha Authors
권동숙엄익환
SCOPUS Author ID
권동숙scopusscopus; 엄익환scopusscopus
Issue Date
1997
Journal Title
Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society
ISSN
0253-2964JCR Link
Citation
Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society vol. 18, no. 5, pp. 523 - 527
Indexed
SCIE; SCOPUS; KCI scopus
Document Type
Article
Abstract
Apparent second-order rate constants (kapp) have been measured spectrophotometrically for the reaction of 2,4- dinitrophenyl benzoate (DNPB) with 6 secondary cyclic amines in H2O containing 20 mole% DMSO at 25.0± 0.1°C. The Bronsted-type plot (log kapp vs. pKap) shows a break at pKa near 9.1, e.g. two straight lines with βapp values of 0.67 and 0.44 for the low basic (pKa<9.1) and the highly basic (pKa>9.1) amines, respectively. Using an estimated k2 value of 3 ×l 109 sec-1, all the other microconstants (k1, k-1 and K) involved in the present aminolysis have been calculated. The k-1 value decreases with increasing the basicity of amines while k1 and K values increase with increasing the amine basicity, as expected. Good linear Brönsted-type plots have been obtained for these microconstants of the present aminolysis of DNPB. The magnitudes of the slope of the Brönsted-type plots, k1, and k-1, have been calculated to be 0.43 and - 0.24, respectively, indicating the k-1 step is about two folds less sensitive than the k1 step to the amine basicity. The K value has been calculated to be 0.66, which appears to be much smaller than the one for other aminolyses showing general base catalysis. The small K value has been attributed to the absence of general base catalysis in the present aminolysis of DNPB.
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