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These variations will be discussed later. The C-S bond lengths vary upon changing carbon valence states. However, the sulfones and sulfoxides show less sensitivity to these changes than the analo ous s~lfides'~. 10that the length of a C-S bond depends also on the nature of the atoms or groups bonded to the carbon atoms. In this context, the sulfones and sulfoxides show greater sensitivity than the sulfideslO,as is demonstrated by the following examples of C-S bond lengths (A): (CH,),SO, (C6H5),S0, Istvan Hargittai S02X2 SOX, sx2 FIGURE 21.
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DBOP (C-H). 'Assumed as in H,S. 'Assumed as in dimethyl sulphoxide. 'Assumed as in dimethyl sulphone. 785d - - A and angles in 19 1. General and theoretical aspects was also considered, with the same basis set and pseudopotential, as the saturated aliphatic analogue in the HXH series (X = CH,). 2. Dimethyl sulphide, dimethyl sulphoxide, dimethyl sulphone Table 8 gives the complete population analysis for these molecules. Propane has been added for the same reason for which methane was considered above.