Difluoroamine
Here are the results of the computations on HNF2. In general the
larger
the basis set the more accurate the calculation, although some basis
sets are more well suited to certain types of calculations than others.
This is demonstrated by comparing the calculated bond lengths,
dipole moments, and bond angles with the literature.

321G

631G 
DZV 
Literature 
NF 
1.421487 
1.402891 
1.403660 
1.3528 
NH 
1.013186 
1.007172 
1.009190 
1.024 
FNF 
102.73

103.46 
103.47 
103.18 
FNH 
101.29 
102.48 
102.83 

Table 5  Difluoroamine bond lengths and angles, Angstroms and degrees.
Here
we have mixed results from our basis sets. The larger DZV came
closer to the measured value for the NH bond length but the smaller
631G set came closer to the NF bond length. DZV came closest to
the measure value of the FNF bond angle.




Figure 4  Difluoroamine with
bond lengths and angles. 





Figure 5  Difluoroamine with
HOMO. 

Displayed are HNF2 highest occupied molecular orbitals.
Note that the generated orbitals are rather distorted from what we
would draw from VSEPR.
Below is shown applets
depicting the motion associated with calculated vibrational
frequencies. For comparison, click this link for the
NIST Webbook page for HNF2.




Figure 6  Motion associated
with 1081.5 cm^1. 

The most intense vibrational frequeny is
at 1081.5cm^1 and corresponds to the rotational motion of the hydrogen
atom about the nitrogen center. This frequency does not
correspond with the listed NIST values, however.




Figure 7  Motion associated
with 1369.3 cm^1. 

The other intense vibrational frequeny
is at 1369.3cm^1 and also corresponds to bending motion of the
hydrogen about the nitrogen center, and is reasonably close to the NIST
value of 1307 cm^1.
Below is selected UV vis
data that was calculated.
321G 
631G 
DZV 
Literature 
120692.80

117494.64

90058.67


98912.15 
128023.46

116370.91 



123011.30




127602.39


Table 6  Selected UV vis data, cm^1.
The frequencies listed were chosen because they had considerably
greater intensity than the others.
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