Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 11

Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 11

Editor(s): William L. Jolly

Published Online: 5 JAN 2007

Print ISBN: 9780470131701

Online ISBN: 9780470132425

DOI: 10.1002/9780470132425

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 1: Chapter one THE SOLID STATE

    1. Barium and Strontium Molybdates(IV) (pages 1–5)

      John Deluca, Aaron Wold, Lothar H. Brixner, George Bouchard and M. J. Sienko

  2. Part 2: Chapter Two BORON-HYDROGEN COMPOUNDS

    1. Diborane (pages 15–19)

      Arlan D. Norman, William L. Jolly, Dennis Saturnino and Sheldon G. Shore

    2. C-Amminecarbaundecaborane(12) Derivatives and Cesium Tridecahydro-Carbaiindecaborate (1-) (pages 33–41)

      W. H. Knoth, John L. Little, James K. Lawrence, Fred R. Sciioler, Lee J. Todd, David A. Owen and M. Frederick Hawthorne

    3. Transition-Metal Complexes of B10H10Cnh32− and B10H10Ch3− (pages 41–45)

      W. H. Knoth, John L. Little, Lee J. Todd, David A. Owen and M. Frederick Hawthorne

  3. Part 3: Chapter Three COORDINATION COMPOUNDS

    1. Lattice-Stabilized Complex Ions (pages 47–53)

      William E. Hatfield, Robin Whyman, Robert C. Fay, Kenneth N. Raymond, Fred Basolo, George B. Kauffman, Shan Yaw Lee and Lily Hu Chow

    2. Manganates(VI) (pages 56–61)

      R. S. Nyholm, P. R. Woolliams, D. Shepard, J. Guyer and K. Cohn

    3. Potassium μ-Oxo-Bis[Pentachloro-Ruthenate(IV)] 1-Hydrate (pages 70–72)

      J. A. Broomhead, F. P. Dwyer, H. A. Goodwin, L. Kane-Maguire, I. Reid, William E. Hatfield and Jimmy A. Knight

    4. Metal Derivatives of 2,2′-Iminobis(Acetamidoxime) (pages 89–93)

      Lowell P. Eddy, Warren W. Levenhagen, Sharon K. McEwen, Lawrence C. Nathan and Ronald O. Ragsdale

    5. trans-Chlorocarbonylbis(Tri-Phenylphosphine)Iridium (pages 101–104)

      K. Vrieze, J. P. Collman, C. T. Sears, M. Kubota, Alan Davison and E. T. Shawl

  4. Part 4: Chapter Four THE DEPROTONATION OF WEAK ACIDS WITH POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE: APPLICATIONS TO THE SYNTHESIS OF ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUNDS

    1. Methylgermane (pages 128–130)

      Douglas S. Rustad, Thomas Birchall, William L. Jolly, Gerst A. Gibbon and Charles H. Van Dyke

  5. Part 5: Chapter Five FLUORINE COMPOUNDS

    1. Bis(Fluoroxy)Difluoromethane (pages 143–147)

      Frederick A. Hohorst, Jean'ne M. Shreeve and Stanley M. Williamson

    2. Xenon Difluoride (pages 147–151)

      Stanley M. Williamson, Friedrich O. Sladky and Neil Bartlett

  6. Part 6: Chapter Six MISCELLANEOUS NONMETALLIC COMPOUNDS

    1. Silane, Stannane, Silane-d4, Germane-d4, and Stannane-d4 (pages 170–181)

      Arlan D. Norman, John R. Webster, William L. Jolly, R. A. Gorse, W. R. Bornhorst and M. A. Ring

    2. Sulfur Imides (pages 184–194)

      H. G. Heal, J. Kane, L. R. Morss, J. Merbaum and W. L. Jolly

    3. Nitrosyl Halides (pages 194–200)

      Charles T. Ratcliffe, Jean'ne M. Shreeve and Kenneth J. Wynne

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