I am trying to understand how will acetamide molecules behave in the presence of lithium salts with different anions (nitrate, bromide and perchlorate).
Among the three, it is evident that bromide is the most electronegative, therefore should induce maximum polarisation on acetamide, am I right?
Secondly, what will happen to the atomic partial charge distribution of the acetamide molecule in the presence of these anions (and of course cations)? Will the amide group become more positive and the carbonyl group become more negative?
PS: I am trying to get a crude partial charge distribution (without making quantum calculations) to run molecular dynamics simulations of mixtures of acetamide with these salts.