Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 5

Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 5

Editor(s): Therald Moeller

Published Online: 5 JAN 2007

Print ISBN: 9780470131640

Online ISBN: 9780470132364

DOI: 10.1002/9780470132364

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 IA: CHAPTER IA

  2. Part IB: CHAPTER IB

    1. Disilver Fluoride (pages 18–21)

      Lee Poyer, Maurice Fielder, Hugh Harrison, Burl E. Bryant, Herbert H. Hyman, Joseph J. Katz and Lloyd A. Quarterman

  3. Part IIA: CHAPTER IIA

    1. Beryllium Chloride (pages 22–25)

      Irving R. Tannenbaum, S. Young Tyree, David L. Venezky and W. W. Beaver

  4. Part IIA: CHAPTER IIIA

    1. Boron Halide–Amine Coordination Compounds (pages 26–29)

      Dallas T. Hurd, Robert C. Osthoff, Albert W. Laubengayer and Daniel Jacobs

    2. Ethyl Orthoborate (pages 29–31)

      S. V. Urs, Charles G. Overberger, Edwin S. Gould, Harold R. Snyder, Edward P. Merica and John W. Pankey

  5. Part IIIB: CHAPTER IIIB

    1. Anhydrous Lanthanon Nitrates (pages 37–42)

      Therald Moeller, Victor D. Aftandilian, Glenn W. Cullen, George Gibson and Ilmar Kalnin

  6. Part IVA: CHAPTER IVA

    1. Cyanogen (pages 43–48)

      George J. Janz, Henry M. Woodburn, James T. Pecka and Thomas J. Dolce

    2. Urazole (pages 52–55)

      Paul G. Gordon, Ludwig F. Audrieth and P. Lensi

    3. Tetraphenylgermane (pages 70–72)

      Darrel M. Harris, William H. Nebergall, Otto H. Johnson, Eugene G. Rochow and Norma Tolivaisa

    4. Hexaphenyldigermane (pages 72–74)

      Darrel M. Harris, William H. Nebergall, Otto H. Johnson, Eugene G. Rochow and Norma Tolivaisa

    5. Diphenylgermane (pages 74–76)

      Otto H. Johnson, Darrel M. Harris, Eugene G. Rochow and Norma Tolivaisa

    6. Triphenylbromogermane and Triphenylgermane (pages 76–78)

      Otto H. Johnson, William H. Nebergall, Darrel M. Harris, Dennis Hearn and Allan Fish

  7. Part IVB: CHAPTER IVB

    1. Titanium(IV) Sulfide (pages 82–86)

      Richard C. Hall, John P. Mickel, Henry F. Holtzclaw and A. Galun

  8. Part VA: CHAPTER VA

    1. Nitrogen(IV) Oxide (pages 87–91)

      A. Pedler, F. H. Pollard, George Gibson and Ilmar Kalnin

    2. 1,1,1-Trisubstituted Hydrazonium Chlorides (pages 91–95)

      Harry H. Sisler, George Omietanski, Charles J. A. Volz and Bernard Rudner

    3. Sodium Monothiophosphate (pages 102–104)

      Stanley K. Yasuda, Jack L. Lambert, L. E. Netherton and Vincent R. Wiederkehr

  9. Part VB: CHAPTER VB

    1. Vanadium(IV) Oxy(acetylacetonate) (pages 113–116)

      Burl E. Bryant, W. Conard Fernelius, Daryle H. Busch, R. Carl Stoufer and Wilmer Stratton

  10. Part VIA: CHAPTER VIA

    1. Selenium(IV) Chloride (pages 125–127)

      Henry G. Nowak, John F. Suttle, William E. Parker and Jacob Kleinberg

  11. Part VIB: CHAPTER VIB

    1. Chromium(III) Acetylacetonate (pages 130–131)

      W. Conard Fernelius, Julian E. Blanch, Burl E. Bryant, Kazuji Terada, Russell S. Drago and John K. Stille

    2. Tripotassium Enneachloroditungstate(III) (pages 139–143)

      Hans B. Jonassen, A. R. Tarsey, Stanley Cantor, G. F. Helfrich, J. C. Brantley and Harrie M. Humphreys

    3. Uranyl Chloride (pages 148–150)

      Joseph A. Leary, John F. Suttle and Henry R. Hoekstra

  12. Part VIIA: CHAPTER VIIA

    1. Anhydrous Metal Chlorides (pages 153–156)

      Alfred R. Pray, Richard F. Heitmiller, Stanley Strycxer, Victor D. Aftandilian, T. Muniyappan, D. Choudhury and Milton Tamres

    2. Typical Polyhalogen Complex Salts (pages 176–178)

      Alexander I. Popov, Robert E. Buckles, Walter C. Schumb and John W. George

  13. Part VIII: CHAPTER VIII

    1. Iron(II) Chloride 2-Hydrate (pages 179–181)

      Karl H. Gayer, Leo Woontner, Russell S. Drago and Thomas Shepherd

    2. Cobalt(III) Sulfate 18-Hydrate (pages 181–183)

      Sherlock Swann, Theodore S. Xanthakos, Richard Strehlow, Marvin D. Rausch and Jacob Kleinberg

    3. Cobalt(III) Acetylacetonate (pages 188–189)

      Burl E. Bryant, W. Conard Fernelius, Daryle H. Busch, R. Carl Stoufer and Wilmer Stratton

    4. Dicobalt Octacarbonyl (pages 190–192)

      Irving Wender, Heinz W. Sternberg, Sol Metlin, Milton Orchin, M. A. Lynch and W. J. Sesny

    5. Cobalt Tetracarbonyl Hydride (pages 192–195)

      Heinz W. Sternberg, Irving Wender, Milton Orchin, M. A. Lynch and W. J. Sesny

    6. Potassium Hexacyanodinickelate(I) (pages 197–201)

      Wayland M. Burgess, John W. Eastes, William E. Parker and Jacob Kleinberg

    7. Platinum(II) Chloride (pages 208–210)

      William E. Cooley, Daryle H. Busch, L. C. Drake and P. G. Waldo

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