Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 8

Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 8

Editor(s): Henry F. Holtzlaw

Published Online: 5 JAN 2007

Print ISBN: 9780470131671

Online ISBN: 9780470132395

DOI: 10.1002/9780470132395

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

  3. Part IIA: CHAPTER IIA

  4. Part IIB: CHAPTER IIB

  5. Part IVA: CHAPTER IVA

    1. Lithium Bis(trimethylsilyl)amide and Tris(trimethylsilyl)amine (pages 19–22)

      E. H. Amonoo-Neizer, R. A. Shaw, D. O. Skovlin, B. C. Smith, Joel W. Rosenthal and William L. Jolly

    2. Potassium Trioxalatogermanate(IV) (pages 34–36)

      Peter Arvedson, E. M. Larsen, George B. Kauffman and Leslie W. Michael

  6. Part IVB: CHAPTER IVB

  7. Part VA: CHAPTER VA

    1. Ammonium Azide (pages 53–56)

      C. O. Obenland, D. J. Mangold, M. P. Marino, T. R. Musgrave and R. N. Keller

    2. Phenyllead(IV) Azides (pages 56–63)

      Eugene Lieber, Francis M. Keane, John P. Fackler, James Marini and Victor Wroobel

    3. Diphenylphosphinic Acid (pages 71–74)

      L. R. Ocone, C. W. Schaumann, B. P. Block and E. N. Walsh

  8. Part VIA: CHAPTER VIA

    1. Hexaatomic Sulfur (pages 100–103)

      Paul D. Bartlett, William R. Roderick and William C. Andersen

    2. Heptasulfur Imide (pages 103–105)

      Margot Becke-Goehring, Ekkehard Fluck, Amedeo Failli and Therald Moeller

    3. Imidodisulfuric Acid Chloride (pages 105–107)

      Margot Becke-Goehring, Ekkehard Fluck, Amedeo Failli and Therald Moeller

    4. Dialkylsulfamoyl Chlorides (pages 108–111)

      Antonio Vandi, Therald Moeller, Elmer Schlemper, Henry Grote and Doyle Britton

    5. Bis(trichlorophosphoranylidene)sulfamide (pages 119–121)

      Antonio Vandi, Therald Moeller, Henry Grote, George Grimm and Doyle Britton

  9. Part VIB: CHAPTER VIB

    1. Tris(1,3-Propanedialato)chromium(III) (pages 141–143)

      James P. Collman, Edyund T. Kittleman, William S. Hurt, Ned A. Moore and Eiichi Sekido

    2. cis- and trans-Tris (3-oxobutanalato)Chromium(III) (pages 144–148)

      James P. Collyan, Eumund T. Kittleman, William S. Hurt, Ned A. Moore, Glenn Wilkes, Chin Hsuan Wei and Lawrence F. Dahl

    3. Potassium Tetraoxalatouranate(IV) (pages 157–158)

      Frederic A. Johnson, Edwin M. Larsen, Carl L. Rollinson and Betty Wallace

  10. Part VIIA: CHAPTER VIIA

  11. Part VIIB: CHAPTER VIIB

    1. Ammonium Perrhenate (pages 171–173)

      Richard J. Thompson, Tung-Ch'Ing Wang, Jacob Kleinberg, George M. Adams and Burl E. Bryant

  12. Part VIII: CHAPTER VIII

    1. Diiron Enneacarbonyl (pages 178–181)

      E. H. Braye, W. Hübel, Marvin D. Rausch and Thomas M. Wallace

    2. Nitrosylpentaamminecobalt(II) Chloride (pages 191–195)

      Ole Bostrup, R. S. Tobias, Sister Sigrid Hutcheson and W. H. Englemann

    3. cis-Dinitrobis(ethylenediamine)cobalt(III) Nitrite and Nitrate (pages 196–198)

      Edward P. Harbulak, Marvin J. Albinak, Richard L. Lintvedt, Robert C. Henney and Henry F. Holtzclaw

    4. Resolution of the Trioxalatocobaltate(III) Ion (pages 207–211)

      George B. Kauffman, Lloyd T. Takahashi, Nobuyuki Sugisaka, Karl H. Pearson, Lewis W. Sequin and Stanley Kirschner

    5. Dichlorotetracarbonyldirhodium (pages 211–214)

      J. A. McCleverty, G. Wilkinson, Loren G. Lipson, Michael L. Maddox and Herbert D. Kaesz

    6. Ammonium Hexachloroiridate(IV) (pages 223–227)

      George B. Kauffman, Larry A. Teter, J. W. Hogarth and F. P. Dwyer

    7. Resolution of the tris-(1,10-Phenanthroline)nickel(II) Ion (pages 227–232)

      George B. Kauffman, Lloyd T. Takahashi, Karl H. Pearson, Lewis W. Sequin and Stanley Kirschner

    8. cis- and trans-Tetrachlorobis(diethylsulfide)platinum(IV) (pages 245–248)

      George B. Kauffman, James Hwa-San Tsai, Lloyd T. Takahashi, J. W. Hogarth and F. P. Dwyer

  13. Part IX: Noble Gases (Rare Gases, Inert Gases)

    1. Xenon Difluoride (pages 260–264)

      James L. Weeks, Max S. Matheson, Deforest F. Smith and W. G. Schwab

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