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By F. Vögtle, E. Weber, M. Badertscher, F. M. Menger, Y. Kanaoka, P. Portman, E. Pretsch, G. Schmidt, K. Tanizawa, M. Welti

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Continued) GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO GTO H C,O Li all H C,O Li H C,O Li H C,O Li [1l [2/11 [21 [11 [2/1] [2] [1] [2/1] [2] (7) (4) (7/3) (7) [31 [5/311] [3/1] [3] [5/3] [3/1] [21 [4/21 [4] [21 [4/2] [4] contracted (4) (7/3) (7) (4) (7/3) (4) (9/S/l) (7/1) 6-31G H G L O (5) C,O G L O (10/5) Li G L O (10) H G L O (5) C,O G L O (10/5) Li G L O (10) counterpoise corrected H G T O (4) C,O G T O (9/5) L~ G T O (7/1) all G T O STO-3G G T O 4-31G G T O 5-21G G T O STO-3G H, C, O Li all uncontracted type atom Basis set b STO-3G geometry * tetragonal, * part.

1 Li + Li + Li + Li + Ihylnine J thymine guanine NH2-C==N--C---N adenine N-C(NHz)=C-N=CH adenine CH--N==C---NH t H J (20-NH-CH=C(CHa)-CO-NH t C O - N H-CH=(2((2H a ) - C O - N H . Li + cytosine cylosine CH3--CO--N(CHa--CH3) 2 . Li ÷ . CH 3 - - C O - N ( C H 2-CH3) 2 . Li + l . C O - N =C(NH 2 ) - C H = C H - N H . Li + . ~O-N=(2(NH2)-CH=CH-NHl Li + . 2 NH2--(20--NH--CO--NH 2 Li + H GLO (1) C, N GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) counterpoise corrected H GLO (1) (2, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) H GLO (1) C, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) n GLO (1) C, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) H GLO (1) C, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) counterpoise corrected H GTO (3) C, N, O GTO (7/3) Li GTO 6G3G H GTO (3) C, N, O GTO (7/3) Li GTO (5) H GLO (1) (2, N, O GLO (~/1) Li GLO (2) H GLO (1) C, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) counterpoise corrected H GLO (1) C, N GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) [1] [2/1] [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [11 [2/I] [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [I] [2/11 [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [2/1] [11 [1] [2/1] [1] [11 [2/1] [1] experimental experimental experimental experimental experimental assumed assumed experimental experimental experimental 192 Li,--O 185 Li--O 185 Li--O 176 Li--O 176 Li--O 170 Li--O not given 195 Li--O 195 Li--O not given 293 t94 212 168 188 193 238 242 270 302 72~ ~3~ 72~ 7a) v~) 62~ 22) 73) 721 71) a 5" E" =_ ] | C---NH - t 2 I I 2 uncontracted GLO GLO GLO GLO GLO GLO GTO GTO GTO GTO H C,O Li H C,O Li H C,O Li all GTO 6-31G* GTO, (6/1) GTO (11/7/1) GTO (12/6) all H N Na NH 3 NH3 Na ÷ (1) (2/1) (2) (1) (2/1) (2) (3) (7/3) (5) 3-21G GTO STO-3G all Na + z type H GLO (l) C, N , O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) counterpoise corrected H GLO (1) C,N GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) H GLO (1) C,N GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) atom Basis setb NH 3 CH 2 - ( O - C H z - C H 2)2-O-CH 2 I CH2-(O-CH 2-CH2)2-O-CH 2 CH3-O-CH z-CH2-O-CH 2 CH3-O-CHz-CHz-O-~H2 CHz-O-CH2-CH2-O-CH2 I CH2-O-CH2-CH2-O-CH 2 CHa-O-CH2-CH2-O-~H2 CH3-NH-CH2-CH2-NH-CH CH3-NH-CHz-CHz-NH-CH C H 2 - N H - C H 2 - C H 2 - NH-CHg CH2-NH-CH,-CH2-NH-CH guanine NHz-C==N- I LI N H - ~ C O - C - N =CH Ligand N,a + Li + Li ÷ Li + Li + Li + Li + Li + Ion Table I.

1 Li + Li + Li + Li + Ihylnine J thymine guanine NH2-C==N--C---N adenine N-C(NHz)=C-N=CH adenine CH--N==C---NH t H J (20-NH-CH=C(CHa)-CO-NH t C O - N H-CH=(2((2H a ) - C O - N H . Li + cytosine cylosine CH3--CO--N(CHa--CH3) 2 . Li ÷ . CH 3 - - C O - N ( C H 2-CH3) 2 . Li + l . C O - N =C(NH 2 ) - C H = C H - N H . Li + . ~O-N=(2(NH2)-CH=CH-NHl Li + . 2 NH2--(20--NH--CO--NH 2 Li + H GLO (1) C, N GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) counterpoise corrected H GLO (1) (2, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) H GLO (1) C, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) n GLO (1) C, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) H GLO (1) C, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) counterpoise corrected H GTO (3) C, N, O GTO (7/3) Li GTO 6G3G H GTO (3) C, N, O GTO (7/3) Li GTO (5) H GLO (1) (2, N, O GLO (~/1) Li GLO (2) H GLO (1) C, N, O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) counterpoise corrected H GLO (1) C, N GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) [1] [2/1] [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [11 [2/I] [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [I] [2/11 [1] [1] [2/1] [1] [2/1] [11 [1] [2/1] [1] [11 [2/1] [1] experimental experimental experimental experimental experimental assumed assumed experimental experimental experimental 192 Li,--O 185 Li--O 185 Li--O 176 Li--O 176 Li--O 170 Li--O not given 195 Li--O 195 Li--O not given 293 t94 212 168 188 193 238 242 270 302 72~ ~3~ 72~ 7a) v~) 62~ 22) 73) 721 71) a 5" E" =_ ] | C---NH - t 2 I I 2 uncontracted GLO GLO GLO GLO GLO GLO GTO GTO GTO GTO H C,O Li H C,O Li H C,O Li all GTO 6-31G* GTO, (6/1) GTO (11/7/1) GTO (12/6) all H N Na NH 3 NH3 Na ÷ (1) (2/1) (2) (1) (2/1) (2) (3) (7/3) (5) 3-21G GTO STO-3G all Na + z type H GLO (l) C, N , O GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) counterpoise corrected H GLO (1) C,N GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) H GLO (1) C,N GLO (2/1) Li GLO (2) atom Basis setb NH 3 CH 2 - ( O - C H z - C H 2)2-O-CH 2 I CH2-(O-CH 2-CH2)2-O-CH 2 CH3-O-CH z-CH2-O-CH 2 CH3-O-CHz-CHz-O-~H2 CHz-O-CH2-CH2-O-CH2 I CH2-O-CH2-CH2-O-CH 2 CHa-O-CH2-CH2-O-~H2 CH3-NH-CH2-CH2-NH-CH CH3-NH-CHz-CHz-NH-CH C H 2 - N H - C H 2 - C H 2 - NH-CHg CH2-NH-CH,-CH2-NH-CH guanine NHz-C==N- I LI N H - ~ C O - C - N =CH Ligand N,a + Li + Li ÷ Li + Li + Li + Li + Li + Ion Table I.

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