Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 2

Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 2

Editor(s): W. Conard Fernelius

Published Online: 5 JAN 2007

Print ISBN: 9780470131619

Online ISBN: 9780470132333

DOI: 10.1002/9780470132333

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

    1. Silver Chlorate (pages 4–6)

      D. G. Nicholson, Cearles E. Holley, George W. Watt and Joe C. Evans

  2. Part II: CHAPTER II

    1. Barium Bromate (pages 20–21)

      D. W. Pearce, R. G. Russell and Laurence L. Quill

  3. Part III: CHAPTER III

    1. Ammonium Tetrafluoborate (pages 23–24)

      Harold S. Booth, Sol Rehmar, Noel F. Albertson and M. R. Frederick

    2. Rare Earth Bromates (pages 62–65)

      D. W. Peaucr, R. G. Russell, Laurence L. Quill and Sam Riccardi

  4. Part IV: CHAPTER IV

    1. Sugar Charcoal (pages 74–75)

      George G. Marvin, Harold S. Booth and Albert Dolance

    2. Carbon Monoxide (pages 81–85)

      W. L. Gilliland, A. A. Blanchard, C. M. Mason, Robert L. Barnard, Cornelius Groot and Warren C. Johnson

    3. Ammonium Carbamate (pages 85–86)

      L. A. Brooks, L. F. Audrieta, H. Bluestone and Warren C. Jofinsox

    4. Alkali Metal Cyanates (pages 86–90)

      Allen Scattergood, Don R. McAdams and James P. McReynolds

    5. Cyanogen Chloride (pages 90–94)

      George H. Coleman, Robert W. Leeper, Chris C. Schulze, Louis D. Scortt and W. Conard Fernelius

    6. Silica Gel (pages 95–98)

      Robert F. Ruthruff, H. S. Booth and Albert Dolance

    7. Germanium(II) Iodide (pages 106–109)

      E. A. Flood, L. S. Foster, E. W. Pietrusza, J. A. Robertson and A. W. Laubengayer

    8. Germanium (IV) Chloride (pages 109–112)

      L. S. Foster, J. W. Drenan, A. F. Williston, Edith Boldebuck and Warren C. Johnson

    9. Germanium(IV) Iodide (pages 112–114)

      Laurence S. Foster, Amasa F. Williston and Warren C. Johnson

    10. Titanium(III) Bromide (pages 116–118)

      Ralph C. Young, William M. Leaders, Norman O. Cappel and Donald W. Lyon

  5. Part V: CHAPTER V

    1. Sodium Amide (pages 128–135)

      K. W. Greenlee, A. L. Henne and W. Conard Fernelius

    2. Phosphorus(III) Chloride (pages 145–147)

      M. C. Forbes, C. A. Roswell, R. N. Maxson, Harold S. Booth and Albert Dolance

    3. Phosphorus(V) Oxybromide: (Phosphoryl Tribromide) (pages 151–152)

      Harold S. Booth, C. G. Seegmiller, Philip S. Baker, Sol Wexler and Roy D. Johnson

    4. Phosphorus(V) Sulfobromide (Thiophosphoryl Tribromide) (pages 153–155)

      Harold S. Booth, C. A. Seabright, W. C. Cooper, John M. Stewart and Louis Fernstandig

  6. Part VI: CHAPTER VI

    1. Salts of Dithionic Acid (pages 167–172)

      Robert Pfanstiel, O. F. Hill, R. E. Barnhart and L. F. Audrieth

    2. Sulfamic Acid (pages 176–179)

      H. H. Sisler, M. Josetta Butler, L. F. Audrieth, John A. Lower and W. Conard Fernelius

    3. Triammonium Imidodisulfate 1-Hydrate (pages 179–181)

      H. H. Sisler, L. F. Audrieth, John A. Lower and W. Conard Fernelius

    4. Potassium and Sodium Selenocyanates (pages 186–188)

      G. R. Waitkins, R. Shutt, James P. McReynolds and Robert L. McFadden

    5. Anhydrous Chromium(III) Chloride (pages 193–196)

      G. B. Heisig, B. Fawees, R. Hedin, Arthur A. Blanchard and Clarence K. Morehouse

    6. Tris(ethylenediamine)chromium(III) Salts (pages 196–200)

      Carl L. Rollinson, John C. Bailae, Laurence S. Foster and Gabriel Gever

  7. Part VII: CHAPTER VII

    1. Potassium Hexacyanomanganate(III) (pages 213–214)

      John A. Lower, W. Conard Fernelius, Therald Moeller and Virgil O. Brecht

  8. Part VIII: CHAPTER VIII

    1. Beta Iron (III) Oxide 1-Hydrate (pages 215–216)

      Harry B. Weiser, W. O. Milligan, E. L. Cook, Harold S. Booth and Albert Dolance

    2. Hexamminecobalt(III) Salts (pages 216–221)

      Jannik Bjerrum, James P. McReynolds, Alfred L. Oppegard and R. W. Parry

    3. Nickel Tetracarbonyl (pages 234–237)

      W. L. Gilliland, A. A. Blanchard, C. M. Mason, Robert L. Barnard, Cornelius Groot and Warren C. Johnson

    4. Iron Tetracarbonyl Dihydride (pages 243–244)

      Arthur A. Blanchard, George W. Coleman, C. M. Mason and Robert L. Barnard

  9. Part APPENDIX: APPENDIX

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