Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 12

Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 12

Editor(s): Robert W. Parry

Published Online: 5 JAN 2007

Print ISBN: 9780470131718

Online ISBN: 9780470132432

DOI: 10.1002/9780470132432

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 I: Chapter one Metal complexes of molecular nitrogen and related species

    1. Pentaammine(nitrogen)ruthenium(II) Salts and Other Ammines of Ruthenium (pages 1–8)

      A. D. Allen, F. Bottomley, R. O. Harris, V. P. Reinsalu, C. V. Senoff and David W. Badger

  2. Part I: Chapter One Metal complexes of molecular nitrogen and related species

    1. trans-Hydrido(nitrogen)-tris(triphenylphosphine)cobalt(I) (pages 12–18)

      Akira Misono, Kenneth Rubinson, Hans Brintzinger, V. P. Reinsalu and A. D. Allen

    2. Azido(nitrogen)-bis(ethylenediamine)-ruthenium(II) Hexafluorophosphate (pages 23–26)

      A. P. Leon Kane-Maguire, Peter S. Sheridan, Fred Basolo, Frank Bottomley and A. D. Allen

  3. Part II: Chapter Two Organometallics Compounds

    1. Tris(hydridomanganese tetracarbonyl) (Dodecacarbonyl-Trihydridotrimanganese) (pages 43–45)

      B. F. G. Johnson, R. D. Johnston, J. Lewis, B. H. Robinson, Milton Olazagasti and Earl Muetterties

    2. Tetramethylgermane (pages 58–59)

      E. H. Brooks, F. Glockling, John Ward and W. A. G. Graham

    3. Organometallic Metal-Metal Bonded Derivatives (pages 60–67)

      R. E. J. Bichler, M. R. Booth, H. C. Clark, B. K. Hunter, J. E. H. Ward and W. A. G Graham

    4. Dimethylgallium(III) Hydroxide (pages 67–70)

      M. J. Sprague, G. E. Glass, R. S. Tobias, John Rie and John P. Oliver

    5. Tetracarbonyl(1,1,1,5,5,6-hexafluoro-2,4-pentanedionato)manganes (pages 81–85)

      Frederick A. Hartman, Paula L. Jacoby, Andrew Wojcicki, Kenneth V. Takvorian and Robert H. Barker

    6. Tris(3-cyanomethyl-2,4-pentanedionato)chromium(III) (pages 85–88)

      Kenneth B. Takvorian, Robert H. Barker, Robert B. Von Dreele and Robert C. Fay

  4. Part II: Chapter Two Organometallics Compounds: II. Metal β-Keto-Enolate Syntheses

  5. Part III: Chapter Three Some Significant Compounds of Boron

    1. Borane Addition Compounds of Bases (pages 109–115)

      Robert C. Moore, Sidney S. White, Henry C. Kelly, Douglas L. Denton and Sheldon G. Shore

    2. Trimethylamine-Haloboranes (pages 116–126)

      G. E. Rysciikewitscii, J. W. Wiggins, R. L. Sneath and L. J. Todd

  6. Part IV: Chapter Four Some Significant Solids

  7. Part V: Chapter Five Metal Coordination Compounds

    1. Binuclear Complexes of Cobalt(III) (pages 197–214)

      R. Davies, Masayasu Mori, A. G. Sykes, J. A. Weil, L. Centofanti, H. Ogino and J. C. Bailar

    2. Pentaammineperrhenatocobalt(III) Salts (pages 214–218)

      Elizabeth Lenz, R. Kent Murmann, Mary F. Swiniarski, Manfred Fild and Ronald D. Archer

    3. α,β,γ,δ-Tetra(4-pyridyl)porphinezinc (pages 256–258)

      Howard J. Butcher, Everly B. Fleischer, E. L. Muetterties, E. J. Muetterties and M. C. Muetterties

  8. Part VI: Chapter Six Nonmental Systems

  9. Part VI: Chapter Six Appendix

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