2.Thin layer chromatography

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Evaluation Seminar on U-V Spectroscopy :

Evaluation Seminar on U-V Spectroscopy Presented by:- Gulfishan under the guidance of Mr Manzoor Ahmed

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Chromophore Auxochrome UV Shifts Effect of solvent Applications of UV Topics to be covered-

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Chromophore is defined as any isolated covalently bonded groups that shows a characteristic absorption in the ultravoilet or the visible region . Compound containing chromophore is chromogen Some of the important chromophores are ethylenic, acetylenic, carbonyls, acids , esters , nitrile group etc Chromophore (chroma- colour phoros - bearer)

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There are two types of chromophores a) Chromophores in which the group contains π electrons & they undergo n→ π * transitions eg: ethylenes, Acetylenes b) Chromophores which contain both π electrons & n- electrons(non bonding) such chromophores undergo two types of transitions ie π → π * & n→ π * eg: carbonyls,nitriles,azo,nitro

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Chromophore Transition λ max ε max solvent >C=C< -C=C- >C=O 0H І -C=O -N=N- -NO 2 π→π * π→ π * π→ π * n→ σ * n→ σ * n→ σ * n→ σ * n→ σ * 175 175 180 160 285 205 338 274 15,000 10,000 10,000 18,000 15 60 5 15 vapour Hexane Hexane Methanol Ethanol Methanol

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Auxochrome An auxochrome can be defined as any group which does not itself act as chromophore but whose presence brings about a shift of the absorption band towards the red end of the spectrum ( longer wavelength) Some common auxochromic groups are -OH ,-OR, -NH 2 , -NHR,-NR 2 , -SH

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Trans azo benzene λ max =320nm Trans p - ethoxy azo benzene λ max=385nm The presence of -OC 2 H 5 act as auxochrome increases the value of λ max

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Absorption & intensity shifts The position of absorption maxima & intensity of absorption can be modified in different ways by some structural changes or changes of solvents

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Wavelength( λ) Absorbance (Emax) Red shift Blue shift Hypochromic shift Hyperchromic shift

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Absorption & Intensity Shifts Bathocromic Shift ( Red Shift) : It involves the shift of absorption maximum towards the longer wavelength becoz of the presence of certain groups such as OH & NH 2 called auxochrome or by change of solvent

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Hypsochromic Shift (Blue shift) : It involves the shift of absorption maximum towards shorter wavelength . It may be caused by the removal of conjugation & also by changing the polarity of the solvent

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Incase of aniline, absorption maximum occurs at 280nm becoz the pair of electrons on nitrogen atom is in conjugation with the π bond system of the benzene ring . In its acidic solution , a blue shift is caused & absorption occurs at shorter wavelength + C 6 H 5 --N H 3 ion formed in acidic solution the electrons pair is no longer present & hence conjugation is removed

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Hyper chromic Shift : This effect involves an increase in the intensity of absorption & usually brought about by introduction of an auxochrome. For e g : Introduction of methyl group in position 2 of pyridine increases ε max ( λ max 262nm) from 2750 to 3560 ( λ max 262nm) for π→π * transition

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Hypo chromic Shift It involves a decrease in the intensity of absorption & is brought by groups which are able to distort the geometry of of the molecule for eg: when a methyl group is introduced in position 2 of biphenyls group hypo chromic effect occurs because of distortion caused by methyl groups

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Solvent effects A most suitable solvent is one which doesn’t itself absorb in the region under investigation. A dilute solution of the sample is always prepared for the spectral analysis Solvents Wavelength limit Ethanol 210 Hexane 210 Methanol 210 Cyclo hexane 210 Diethylether 210 Water 205 Benzene 280

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Benzene 280 Chloroform 245 Tetra hydro furan 220 Carbon tetra hydro chloride 265 Hexane & other hydrocarbons can be used as these are less polar & have least interactions with the molecule under investigation Thus in general the absorption maximum for non polar compounds is the same in alcohol (polar) as well as in hexane ( non polar )

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The absorption maxima for the polar compounds is usually shifted with the change in polarity of solvent. α, β –unsaturated carbonyl compounds show different shifts 1) n→ π * transition ( less intense ) The absorption band moves to a shorter wavelength by increasing the polarity of solvent 2) π→π * transition ( more intense ) The absorption band moves to longer wavelength by increasing the polarity of solvent

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Effect of solvent polarity on various type of bands K- band : Due to conjugated dienes they are not effected by changing the polarity of the solvent while these bands due to enones shows a red shift by increasing the polarity R-band : The absorption shifts to shorter wavelength ( blue shift ) with the increase in polarity of the solvent B-band : The position as well as the intensity of the band is not shifted by increasing the polarity of solvent

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Effect of temperature & Solvent on the fineness of absorption band : As the temperature is decreased , vibrational & rotational energy state of the molecule are also lowered, when the absorption of light occurs at lower temperature , smaller distribution of excited states results. It produces the finer structure in the absorption band than higher temperature

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If the dielectric solvent of the solvent is high, there will be stronger solute- solvent interactions. Due to this, vibrational & rotational energy states of molecules increases & thus fineness of absorption band falls

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Conjugated dienes for eg: Ethylenes ( one double bond) absorbs at 170nm ( π→π * transitions ) while 1,3- butadiene ( two double bond in conjugation) absorbs at 217nm The bathochromic shift is more if the double bond are in conjugation as compared to isolated double bonds

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Applications of UV Spectroscopy Detection of functional group : If a spectrum is transparent above 200nm it shows the absence of 1) conjugation 2) carbonyl group ( aldehydes & ketones) 3) benzene or aromatic compounds 4) bromo or iodo compounds Extent of conjugation : Addition in un saturation with the increase in the number of double bonds( increase in value of n ) shifts the absorption to longer wavelength

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Distinction in conjugated & non conjugated compounds 0 0 ║ ║ ( CH 3 ) 2 = CH—C—CH 3 CH 2 === C —CH 2 —C—CH 3 │ CH 3 Identification of unknown compounds Examination of poly nuclear hydrocarbons

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Elucidation of the structure of vitamin A & K The absorption maxima for K 1 & K 2 are 243, 249, 260,269 & 330nm The vitamin A 1 absorbs at 325nm & absorption maxima for vitamin A 2 is 287 & 351nm The absorption maxima appear at longer wavelength for vitamin A 2 due to the presence of additional ethylenic bond

vitamin A2 vitamin A1 λmax = 351nm λmax = 325nm :

vitamin A 2 vitamin A 1 λ max = 351nm λ max = 325nm

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Preference over two tautomeric forms Consider 2- hydroxy pyridine which exists in equilibrium with its tautomeric form pyridone -2 → 2 - Hydroxy pyridine pyridone 2 The spectra of these two compounds were found to favour pyridone - 2 which is an α , β - unsaturated ketone & equilibrium is shifted towards the right ie pyridone-2

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Identification of compounds in different solvents Chloralhydrate shows an absorption maxima at 290nm in hexane while absorption disappears in aqueous solution Determination of configurations of geometrical isomers : Thus cis forms suffer distortion & absorption occurs at lower wavelength Cis –Stilbene - λ max - 283nm Trans – Stilbene - λ max - 295.5nm

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Cis Stilbene λ max = 283nm Tranz stillbene λ max= 295.5nm

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Distinguishes between Equatorial & Axial conformation : The n→ π * ( R- band ) which appears at longer wavelength in α , β - unsaturated ketones is influenced by the presence of polar groups in γ position. It has been noted that the effect of an axial substituent to displace the R band to longer wavelength is greater compared to that observed in its equitorial isomer

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Determination of strength of hydrogen bonding Solvents like water ethanol from hydrogen bonds with the n electrons of carbonyl oxygen. Due to this the energy of n electrons in the ground state is lowered depending upon the strength of hydrogen bonds. The n→ π * transitions of carbonyl compounds is shifted towards shorter wavelength

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Hindered rotation & conformational Analysis: Incase of 2,3- di- ter butyl - 1,3 butadiene there is little conjugation between two double bonds due to bulky ter butyl groups. It shows absorption at lower wavelength ( λ max 180nm) compared to 2,3 – dimethyl 1,3-butadiene ( λ max 225nm) in which there is no deviation from co planarity

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2,3 di - tert butyl 1,3 – butadiene λ max=180nm 2,3 dimethyl 1,3-butadiene λ max=225nm

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References Sharma B.K., Instrumental Methods for Chemical Analysis, 22th Edition, Krishna Prakashan Media Pvt. Ltd. Chatwal G.R., Instrumental Methods of Chemical Analysis, 5 th Edition, Himalaya Publishing House. Sharma Y.R., Elementry Organic Spectroscopy, 1 st Edition, S.Chand & Company Ltd.

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