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    Synthesis of new stable organic compounds at room temperature

    • Last Update: 2021-06-16
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      Recently, scientists from the Technical University of Dortmund, Germany, successfully separated and characterized a new, highly reactive organic compound at room temperature
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      According to reports, the scientific research team successfully separated and characterized a compound with a diazoolefin functional group at room temperature
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    The researchers used an unusual synthetic route for this

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    They activated laughing gas molecules, which are usually difficult to activate, and transferred the nitrogen in them to a special compound, a polarized olefin

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    The members of the research team, together with scientists from research institutions such as the University of Göttingen, clearly verified the molecular structure of diazoolefins through X-ray diffraction, and performed a detailed analysis of the electronic structure using quantum chemistry methods

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      Researchers believe that the existence of stable diazo olefin functional groups opens up a new way for the study of low-priced carbon and unsaturated carbene
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    This functional group based on the two core elements of organic chemistry, carbon and nitrogen, has not been synthesized before

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    This stable molecule, successfully synthesized at room temperature, has triggered many interesting reactions, which in turn has a wide range of applications

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    The basic scientific research results may have an impact on the development of new drugs or new materials in the future

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      In organic chemistry, the chemical properties of materials are basically determined by functional groups composed of different elements
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    Most functional groups, especially those composed of elements (carbon, nitrogen and oxygen) rich in organic substances, have been extensively studied, and only a few functional groups are difficult to synthesize due to their inherent high reactivity

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    They are usually only "stable" at extremely low temperatures

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    Scientists have synthesized diazoalkanes, but in sharp contrast, diazoalkenes are long-term search and hard to see

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    Scientists believe that it may be an intermediate in several organic transformation processes

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