Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 1

Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 1

Editor(s): Harold Simmons Booth

Published Online: 5 JAN 2007

Print ISBN: 9780470131602

Online ISBN: 9780470132326

DOI: 10.1002/9780470132326

About this Book

The volumes in this continuing series provide a compilation of current techniques and ideas in inorganic synthetic chemistry. Includes inorganic polymer syntheses and preparation of important inorganic solids, syntheses used in the development of pharmacologically active inorganic compounds, small-molecule coordination complexes, and related compounds. Also contains valuable information on transition organometallic compounds including species with metal-metal cluster molecules. All syntheses presented here have been tested.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: CHAPTER I

  2. Part II: CHAPTER II

    1. Barium Amalgam (Strontium Amalgam) (pages 11–15)

      B. C. Marklein, D. H. West, L. F. Audrieth and P. A. Van Der Meulen

    2. Red Mercuric Sulfide (pages 19–20)

      Lyman C. Newell, R. N. Maxson, M. H. Filson and W. C. Fernelius

  3. Part III: CHAPTER III

    1. Potassium Fluoborate (pages 24–26)

      P. A. Van Der Meulen, H. L. Van Mater, Sister M. Josetta Butler and L. F. Audrieth

    2. Anhydrous Rare Earth Chlorides (pages 28–33)

      James B. Reed, B. S. Hopkins, L. F. Audrieth, P. W. Selwood, R. Ward and J. J. Dejong

  4. Part IV: CHAPTER IV

    1. Lead Dioxide (pages 45–47)

      Lyman C. Newell, R. N. Maxson and J. P. Mcreynolds

    2. Anhydrous Zirconium Tetrabromide (pages 49–51)

      R. C. Young, Hewitt G. Fletcher, W. C. Fernelius and E. W. Bowerman

    3. Anhydrous Thorium Bromide (pages 51–54)

      R. C. Young, Hewitt G. Fletcher, F. Toigo and W. C. Johnson

  5. Part V: CHAPTER V

    1. Nitrosyl Chloride (pages 55–59)

      George H. Coleman, Gerald A. Lillis, Gilbert E. Goheen, C. V. Herrmann and H. S. Booth

    2. Monochloroamine (pages 59–62)

      George H. Coleman, Herbert L. Johnson, W. C. Fernelius and Arnold E. Pavlish

    3. Dibromoamine (pages 62–65)

      George H. Coleman, Gilbert E. Goheen, R. C. Hesselbart and W. C. Fernelius

    4. Nitrogen Trichloride (pages 65–67)

      William A. Noyes, George H. Coleman and Gilbert E. Goheen

    5. Nitramide (pages 68–74)

      C. A. Marlies, V. K. La Mer, Joseph Greenspan, W. A. Shine and L. F. Audrieth

    6. Thiocyanogen Solution (pages 84–86)

      William Howlett Gardner, Harold Weinberger, D. T. Englis and E. C. Price

    7. Hydroxylamine (pages 87–89)

      Charles D. Hurd, L. F. Audrieth and L. A. Nalefski

    8. Hydrazine Sulfate (pages 90–91)

      L. F. Audrieth, T. T. Nickles, G. Gibson and R. E. Kirk

    9. Crystalline Orthophosphoric Acid (pages 101–103)

      Arthur G. Weber, G. B. King, Laurence L. Quill and Wilford H. Thomas

    10. Antimony Triiodide (pages 104–105)

      John C. Bailar, Paul F. Cundy, W. C. Johnson and S. Weinhouse

  6. Part VI: CHAPTER VI

    1. Liquid Hydrogen Sulfide (pages 111–113)

      W. D. Bickford, J. A. Wilkinson, E. R. Caley and P. J. Elving

    2. Thionyl Bromide (pages 113–114)

      Harold Hibbert, J. C. Pullman, H. S. Booth and Clarence Seabright

    3. Sulfuryl Chloride (pages 114–117)

      H. R. Allen, R. N. Maxson, H. S. Booth and C. V. Herrmann

  7. Part VII: CHAPTER VII

    1. Hydriodic Acid (pages 157–162)

      G. B. Heisig, O. C. Frykholm, E. R. Caley and M. G. Burford

    2. Metallic Rhenium (pages 175–178)

      Loren C. Hurd, Eugene Brimm, W. A. Taebel and B. S. Hopkins

    3. Potassium Chlororhenite (pages 178–180)

      Loren C. Hurd, Victor A. Reinders, W. A. Taebel and B. S. Hopkins

    4. Rhenium Pentachloride (pages 180–182)

      Loren C. Hurd, Eugene Brimm, W. A. Taebel and B. S. Hopkins

    5. Rhenium Trichloride (pages 182–183)

      Loren C. Kurd, Eugene Brimm, W. A. Taebel and B. S. Hopkins

  8. Part VIII: CHAPTER VIII

  9. Part IX: CHAPTER IX

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