By Sanshiro Komiya
Cotton S. / Коттон С.
Henderson W. / Хендерсон У.
Komiya S. / Комия С.
Lawrence G.A. / Лоренц Дж.А.
Muller U. / Мюллер У.
Rehder D. / Редер Д.
Список книг: Amouri, H. / Амури, Х. - Chirality in Transition steel Chemistry. Molecules, Supramolecular Assemblies and fabrics (Inorganic Chemistry - A Textbook sequence) / Хиральность в химии переходных металлов. Молекулы, супрамолекулярные ансамбли и материалы (Неорганическая химия: серия учебников Wiley)
Cotton S. / Коттон С. - Lanthanide and Actinide Chemistry (Inorganic Chemistry - A Textbook sequence) / Химия лантаноидов и актиноидов (Неорганическая химия: серия учебников Wiley)
Henderson W. / Хендерсон У. - Mass Spectrometry of Inorganic, Coordination and Organometallic Compounds - Tools-Techniques-Tips (Inorganic Chemistry - A Textbook sequence) / Масс-спектрометрия неорганических, координационных и металлорганических соединений (Неорганическая химия: серия учебников Wiley)
Komiya S. / Комия С. - Synthesis of Organometallic Compounds - a pragmatic consultant (Inorganic Chemistry - A Textbook sequence) / Синтез металлорганических соединений (Неорганическая химия: серия учебников Wiley)
Lawrence G.A. / Лоренц Дж.А. - advent to Coordination Chemistry (Inorganic Chemistry - A Textbook sequence) / Введение в координационную химию (Неорганическая химия: серия учебников Wiley)
Muller U. / Мюллер У. - Inorganic Structural Chemistry (Inorganic Chemistry - A Textbook sequence) / Структурная неорганическая химия (Неорганическая химия: серия учебников Wiley)
Rehder D. / Редер Д. - Bioinorganic Vanadium Chemistry (Inorganic Chemistry - A Textbook sequence) / Бионеорганическая химия ванадия (Неорганическая химия: серия учебников Wiley)
By Herbert Schumann, Ingeborg Schumann (auth.), Dr. K.-C. Buschbeck, Dr. H. Bergmann, J. Füssel, H. Hartwig, B. Heibel, Dr. H. Katscher, Dr. R. Keim, Dr. E. Koch, Dipl.-Phys. D. Koschel, Dr. Ulrich Krüerke, Dr. H. K. Kugler, Dr. P. Merlet, Dr. E. Schleitzer-
By Kristi Lew
Acids and bases are crucial elements of the wildlife that play key roles in drugs and undefined. This booklet takes an in depth examine those interesting, but contrasting, components, giving concrete, genuine international examples with quite a few vibrant illustrations.
By GJ Leigh, H. A. Favre, WV Metanomski
Nomenclature is a necessary a part of educational self-discipline yet in chemistry it assumes a specific value. The nomenclature of chemical substances is systematic: names and formulae are created from devices manipulated to supply info on composition and constitution. to appreciate chemistry, scholars should have an organization seize of the rules of its nomenclature. with out this they're misplaced. ideas of Chemical Nomenclature is the definitive paintings for them, mandated by means of the authoritative voice of the overseas Union of natural and utilized Chemistry. - the authoritative (and necessary) paintings for college kids on nomenclature in chemistry - commissioned through the overseas Union of natural and utilized Chemistry, the physique answerable for mandating nomenclature explains the systematic naming of chemicals - relates 'trivial' names to systematic nomenclature - a completely present account of a subject matter that's turning out to be and altering - like several language
By Joseph S. Thrasher, Steven H. Strauss
content material: Inorganic fluorine chemistry : towards the twenty first century / Joseph S. Thrasher and Steven H. Strauss --
Thermodynamic features of the extraordinary oxidizing features of fluorine : Lewis-fluoroacid combinations / Ciping Shen, Rika Hagiwara, Thomas E. Mallouk, and Neil Bartlett --
Photochemical and thermal dissociation synthesis of krypton difluoride / S.A. Kinkead, J.R. FitzPatrick, J. Foropoulos, Jr., R.J. Kissane, and J.D. Purson --
Main-group fluorides with coordination numbers more than six / Konrad Seppelt --
Heptacoordinated main-group fluorides and oxofluorides / K.O. Christe, E.C. Curtis, D.A. Dixon, H.P.A. Mercier, J.C.P. Sanders, G.J. Schrobilgen, and W.W. Wilson --
Monofluoroxenonium hexafluorometalates XeFMF₆⁻ (M = As or Sb) : a path to assorted onium cations / Rolf Minkwitz and Birgit Bäck --
impression of fluorine and parahalogen substituents at the chemistry of a few sensible teams / A. Haas and A. Brosius --
Functionalization of pentafluoro-[lambda]⁶-sulfanyl (SF₅) olefins and acetylenes / Rolf iciness and Gary L. Gard --
Fluoro-sulfur anions : transition states, intermediates, and reagents / R. Mews --
Quest for an fragrant silicon species : an strange geometry round silicon in a 10-Si-5 siliconate / Suman okay. Chopra, Chester D. Moon, and J.C. Martin --
response of SiH₄ with UF₆ and/or HF less than 25°C : a Fourier remodel IR examine / Walter V. Cicha, John H. Wang, and Jane Covey --
Fluorinated aldehydes and their polymers / William B. Farnham and Stephen G. Zane --
Synthesis and chemistry of perfluoro macrocycles : perfluoro crown ethers and cryptands / Richard J. Lagow, Tzuhn-Yuan Lin, Herbert W. Roesky, Wayne D. Clark, Wen-Huey Lin, Jennifer S. Brodbelt, Simin D. Maleknia, and Chien Chung Liou --
Alkali steel polyhydrogen fluorides : precious halogen-exchange media / Richard E. Fernandez and Joseph S. Thrasher --
New and revisited transition steel chemistry of fluoro-olefins and fluorodienes / Russell P. Hughes, Owen J. Curnow, Peter R. Rose, Xiaoming Zheng, Erin N. Mairs, and Arnold L. Rheingold --
Organometallic chemistry of fluorinated isocyanides / Dieter Lentz --
artificial, structural, and reactivity reports of organocobalt(III) compounds containing fluorinated alkyl ligands / Paul J. Toscano, Elizabeth Barren, Holger model, Linda Konieczny, E. James Schermerhorn, Kevin Shufon, and Stephen van Winkler --
Perfluorovinyl and perfluoroaryl zinc and cadmium reagents : practise, balance, and reactivity / Donald J. Burton --
natural and main-group chemistry of the 2,4,6-tris(trifluoromethyl)phenyl substituent : kinetic stabilization via steric and digital results / Frank T. Edelmann --
response of nonmetal fluorides with a few platinum steel complexes / R.W. Cockman, E.A.V. Ebsworth, J.H. Holloway, H. Murdoch, N. Robertson, and P.G. Watson --
huge polyfluorinated anions used to generate coordinative unsaturation in cations / Paul ok. Hurlburt, sunrise M. Van Seggen, Jeffrey J. Rack, and Steven H. Strauss --
Stabilization of surprising cations via very weakly uncomplicated fluoro anions / F. Aubke --
Synthesis, constitution, and reactivity of hugely soluble organotitanium Lewis acids / Charles H. wintry weather and Xiao-Xing Zhou --
New man made routes to cyclopentadienyluranium(IV) fluorides : redox and atom-abstraction reactions / Marc Weydert and Richard A. Andersen --
Activation of carbon-fluorine bonds through oxidative addition to low-valent transition metals / Carolyn E. Osterberg and Thomas G. Richmond --
fresh advancements within the chemistry of fluorinated isopropoxides and tertiary butoxides / A.P. Purdy and C.F. George --
(Fluoroalkyl)phosphine coordination chemistry / Dean M. Roddick and Richard C. Schnabel.
By John C Bailar; Wiley InterScience (Online service)
Content material: Inorganic Syntheses; Preface; CONTENTS; bankruptcy IA; bankruptcy IB; bankruptcy IIA; bankruptcy IIIA; bankruptcy IV; bankruptcy V; bankruptcy VI-A; bankruptcy VIB; bankruptcy VIIA; bankruptcy VIII; Index of participants; topic Index; formulation Index
By Norbert Baumann, Hans-Jürgen Fachmann, Brigitte Heibel, Reimund Jotter, Birgit Ledüc, Alfons Kubny, U. Hettwer, R. Bohrer, U. Nohl, H.-J. Richter-Ditten
PF3, (CH3)3SiCl -> (CH3)3SiF, and RC(O)Cl -> RC(O)F. Others contain the conversion of (C6H5)3P into (C6H5)3PF2 and of (R3NC(S)S)2 into R2NCF3, R=alkyl. In natural chemistry, fluorides are simply obtainable from alcohols, geminal fluorides RR'CF2 from the respective aldehydes or ketones, and acyl fluorides RC(O)F from carboxylic acides by utilizing DAST. simply because DAST is straightforward to address and offers fresh reactions in syntheses, this Gmelin quantity devotes a lot house to the outline of the chemical and actual houses od DAST.
By John Burgess; D N Hague; R D W Kemmitt; A McAuley; Chemical Society (Great Britain); All authors
By Herbert Schumann, Ingeborg Schumann, Ulrich Krüerke, Edgar Rudolph
The current quantity keeps the sequence on "Organotin Compounds" which first seemed in 1975 and now includes a suite of fifteen volumes. The overallplan of the sequence has been given within the preface of quantity 1. the current quantity 15 maintains the outline of the mononuclear organotin compounds with tin-oxygen bonds (Chapter 1.4.1 ). therapy of organotin compounds with tin-sulfur, -selenium, and -tellurium bonds seemed previous in nine, 1982, and 10, 1983. Chapters 1.4.2 to 1.4.4 of Volumes quantity 15 includes RSn-oxygen compounds with R = butyl, iso-butyl, sec-butyl, and a couple of tert-butyl, masking the Literature thoroughly to the top of 1985. extra volumes describing tin-oxygen compounds with different RSn and RSn teams will stick to within the close to destiny. 2 Abbreviations and logos are defined on pp. X/XI in addition to different feedback. We thank Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Ekkehard Fluck and his coworkers on the Gmelin Institute for his or her first-class cooperation. ln specific, we thank Dr. Ulrich Krüerke for his exact and sympathetic enhancing, Mr. Edgar Rudolph for getting ready the index, Dr. furnish for studying the drawing the varied formulation and molec English textual content, and Mr. Hans-Georg Karrenberg for ular constructions. We thank Mrs. Ellen Redlinger, leave out Susanne Schumann, and leave out Stefanie Schumann for his or her meticulous dealing with of the Literature index and the individuals of the chemical division of the Library on the Technische Universität Berlin for his or her counsel in looking and buying the references from the Literature.
By Vladimir Ya. Lee
Till lately the low-coordinate compounds of the heavier parts of team 14 have been identified purely as temporary, risky species which have been tricky to isolate. in spite of the fact that contemporary advancements have resulted in the stabilisation of those compounds and at the present time heavier staff 14 point cations, radicals, anions, carbene analogues, alkene and alkyne analogues and aromatics have all been ready as hugely reactive, sturdy, totally characterizable and available organometallic reagents.
Organometallic Compounds of Low-Coordinate Si, Ge, Sn and Pb describes the chemistry of this fascinating new category of organometallics, with an emphasis on their significant similarities and changes with the analogous species in natural chemistry. subject matters lined contain comprise the synthesis, constitution, reactions and artificial purposes of :
- Si-, Ge-, Sn and Pb-centered cations, radicals and anions
- heavy analogues of carbenes: silylenes, germylenes, stannylenes and plumbylenes
- heavy analogues of alkenes: disilenes, digermenes, distannenes, diplumbenes
- heavy analogues of alkynes: disilynes, digermynes, distannynes, diplumbynes, and their valence isomers
- heteronuclear derivatives: silenes, germenes, stannenes, silagermenes, silastannenes, germastannenes
- heavy analogues of alkenes of the sort: >E14=E13-, >E14=E15-, >E14=E16 [where E13, E14, E15 and E16 are parts of the teams thirteen, 14, 15 and sixteen]
- cyclic compounds (three-, four-, five-, and 6-membered earrings)
- heavy analogues of 1,3-dienes, allenes and different cumulenes
- heavy analogues of fragrant compounds; together with a comparability among organometallic and natural aromaticity
Organometallic Compounds of Low-Coordinate Si, Ge, Sn and Pb is a vital consultant to this rising type of organometallic reagents for researchers and scholars in major crew, organometallic, man made and silicon chemistryContent:
Chapter 1 Heavy Analogs of Carbenium Ions: Si?, Ge?, Sn? and Pb?Centered Cations (pages 1–43):
Chapter 2 Heavy Analogs of natural loose Radicals: Si?, Ge?, Sn? and Pb?Centered Radicals (pages 45–88):
Chapter three Heavy Analogs of Carbanions: Si?, Ge?, Sn? and Pb?Centered Anions (pages 89–138):
Chapter four Heavy Analogs of Carbenes: Silylenes, Germylenes, Stannylenes and Plumbylenes (pages 139–197):
Chapter five Heavy Analogs of Alkenes, 1,3?Dienes, Allenes and Alkynes: Multiply Bonded Derivatives of Si, Ge, Sn and Pb (pages 199–334):
Chapter 6 Heavy Analogs of fragrant Compounds (pages 335–414):