Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 6

Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 6

Editor(s): Eugene G. Rochow

Published Online: 5 JAN 2007

Print ISBN: 9780470131657

Online ISBN: 9780470132371

DOI: 10.1002/9780470132371

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. Copper(I) Iodide (pages 3–6)

      George B. Kauffman, Robert P. Pinnell, James Peterson, David Williams and A. L. Allred

  3. Part IIA: CHAPTER IIA

  4. Part IIB: CHAPTER IIB

  5. Part III: CHAPTER III

    1. Gallium(III) Bromide (pages 31–33)

      N. N. Greenwood, I. J. Worrall, T. C. Ichniowski, A. Martin and Alan F. Clifford

    2. Gallium(I) Tetrabromogallate(III) (pages 33–36)

      N. N. Greenwood, I. J. Worrall, T. C. Ichniowski, A. Martin and Alan F. Clifford

  6. Part IVA: CHAPTER IVA

  7. Part IVB: CHAPTER IVB

    1. Cesium Titanium Alum (pages 50–51)

      Burl E. Bryant, Edward Paul, L. A. Hiller and Ernesto Giesbrecht

    2. Titanium(III) Chloride (pages 52–56)

      T. R. Ingraham, K. W. Downes, P. Marier, Z. Z. Hugus and Stanley Steiger

  8. Part VA: CHAPTER VA

    1. Tetrazolone (pages 62–65)

      Eugene Lieber, Taskashi Enkoji and Raymond C. Burrows

    2. Anhydrous Deuterophosphoric Acid (pages 81–84)

      N. N. Greenwood, A. Thompson, Henry F. Holtzclaw, Gordon A. Gallup and Jack L. Swanson

    3. Methyldiiodoarsine (pages 113–115)

      I. T. Millar, H. Heaney, D. M. Heinekey, W. Conard Fernelius, Ludwig Maier and E. G. Rochow

    4. Dimethyliodoarsine (pages 116–118)

      I. T. Millar, H. Heaney, D. M. Heinekey, W. Conard Fernelius, Ludwig Maier and E. G. Rochow

  9. Part VB: CHAPTER VB

  10. Part VIA: CHAPTER VIA

    1. Anhydrous Deuterosulfuric Acid (pages 121–123)

      N. N. Greenwood, A. Thompson, Henry F. Holtzclaw, Robert H. Harris and Lawrence Rakestraw

    2. Sulfur Nitrides (pages 123–128)

      Margot Becke-Goehring, William L. Jolly, Ulrich De La Camp, James D. Macomber and H. Fritz Woeller

  11. Part VIB: CHAPTER VIB

    1. Anhydrous Chromium(III) Chloride (pages 129–132)

      A. Vavoulis, T. E. Austin, S. Y. Tyree, Charles W. Hoppesch and R. J. Trimble

    2. Chromium(III) O,O′-Diethyl Dithiophosphate (pages 142–143)

      David E. Coldbery, W. Conard Fernelius, Maurice Shamma, F. P. Dwyer, J. W. Hogarth and I. K. Reid

    3. Molybdenum(VI) Dioxyacetylacetonate (pages 147–148)

      W. Conard Fernelius, Kazuji Terada, Burl E. Bryant, Mary L. Mcgowan and Robert West

  12. Part VIIA: CHAPTER VIIA

    1. Carbonyl Fluoride (pages 155–158)

      M. W. Farlow, E. H. Man, C. W. Tullock and Ronald D. Richardson

    2. Thionyl Fluoride (pages 162–163)

      W. C. Smith, E. L. Muetterties, J. D. Park and Robert Settine

  13. Part VIIB: CHAPTER VIIB

    1. Potassium Nitridorhenate(VII) (pages 167–169)

      A. F. Clifford, R. R. Olsen, Soter G. Kokalis and Therald Moeller

  14. Part VIII: CHAPTER VIII

    1. Iron(II) Chloride (pages 172–173)

      Peter Kovacic, Neal O. Brace, T. M. Stanley, David Williams and A. L. Allred

    2. Carbonatotetramminecobalt(III) Nitrate (pages 173–175)

      G. Schlessinger, John W. Simmons, Gerhardt Jabs and Mark M. Chamberlain

    3. Nitrido Osmium Compounds (pages 204–208)

      A. F. Clifford, C. S. Kobayashi, J. Wuller and Therald Moeller

    4. cis- and trans-Dichlorobis(Diethyl Sulfide)Platinum(II) (pages 211–215)

      George B. Kauffman, Dwaine O. Cowan, F. P. Dwyer, J. W. Hogarth and A. M. Sargeson

    5. Metal-Diolefin Coordination Compounds (pages 216–219)

      John R. Doyle, Phillip E. Slade, Hans B. Jonassen and Richard N. Rhoda

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