Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 7

Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 7

Editor(s): Jacob Kleinberg

Published Online: 5 JAN 2007

Print ISBN: 9780470131664

Online ISBN: 9780470132388

DOI: 10.1002/9780470132388

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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.

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  1. Part IA: CHAPTER IA

  2. Part IB: CHAPTER IB

  3. Part IIA: CHAPTER IIA

  4. Part IIIA: CHAPTER IIIA

    1. Gallium (III) Nitride (pages 16–18)

      Richard C. Schoonmaker, Claudia E. Burton, J. Lundstrom and J. L. Margrave

    2. Indium(I) Bromide (pages 18–21)

      R. J. Clark, Ernest Griswold, Jacob Kleinberg, Richard D. Barnes and John D. Corbett

  5. Part IVA: CHAPTER IVA

    1. Hexachlorodisiloxane (pages 22–28)

      B. A. Grigor, C. J. Wilkins, A. T. Brault and R. J. Angelici

    2. Trichlorosilanethiol (pages 28–30)

      D. J. Panckhurst, C. J. Wilkins, A. T. Brault and R. J. Angelici

  6. Part IVB: CHAPTER IVB

    1. Titanium(III) Chloride (pages 45–50)

      W. L. Groeneveld, G. P. M. Leger, J. Wolters, R. Waterman and A. L. Mcclelland

  7. Part VA: CHAPTER VA

    1. Biguanide Sulfate (pages 55–58)

      D. Karipides, W. Conard Fernelius and Melvin D. Joeston

    2. Biguanide (pages 58–59)

      Samuel N. Holter, W. Conard Fernelius and Devon Meek

  8. Part VB: CHAPTER VB

    1. Vanadium(III) Fluoride (pages 87–92)

      B. J. Sturm, C. W. Sheridan, P. H. Crayton and R. N. Vance

    2. Cyclopentadienyl Metal Carbonyls and Some Derivatives (pages 99–115)

      R. B. King, F. G. A. Stone, William L. Jolly, Gordon Austin, William Covey, David Rabinovich, Henry Steinberg and Roy Tsugawa

  9. Part VIA: CHAPTER VIA

    1. Sulfur(S35 (pages 116–119)

      C. Briske, N. H. Hartshorne, D. R. Stranks and Floyd B. Baker

    2. Peroxydisulfuryl Difluoride (pages 124–128)

      Jean' Ne M. Shreeve, George H. Cady, Charles Cleaver and E. L. Muetterties

    3. Sodium Hydrogen Sulfide (pages 128–131)

      Richard E. Eibeck, Ralph A. Zingaro and Raymond E. Mcglothlin

  10. Part VIB: CHAPTER VIB

    1. Trichloro(tripyridine)chromium(III) (pages 132–134)

      James C. Taft, Mark M. Jones, Ronald S. Schreiber and Henry F. Holtzclaw

    2. Trichloro(tripyridine)molybdenum(III) (pages 140–142)

      Hans B. Jonassen, Lionel J. Bailin, George Slusarczuk and Stanley Kirschner

    3. Uranyl Chloride 1-Hydrate (pages 146–148)

      Jack D. Hefley, Daniel M. Mathews, Edward S. Amis, I. Sheft and Joseph J. Katz

  11. Part VIIA: CHAPTER VIIA

    1. Anhydrous Metal Chlorides (pages 163–169)

      E. R. Epperson, S. M. Horner, K. Knox, S. Y. Tyree, J. R. Crook and George Gibson

  12. Part VIIB: CHAPTER VIIB

  13. Part VIII: CHAPTER VIII

    1. Triiron Dodecacarbonyl (pages 193–196)

      R. B. King, F. G. A. Stone, R. S. Summitt and W. E. Edgell

    2. Tris(3-nitroacetylacetonato)cobalt(III) (pages 205–207)

      James P. Collman, William L. Young, George B. Kauffman and Michael F. Citro

    3. cis- and trans-Dichlorodiammineplatinum(II) (pages 239–245)

      George B. Kauffman, Dwaine O. Cowan, George Slusarczuk and Stanley Kirschner

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