Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 13

Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 13

Editor(s): F. A. Cotton

Published Online: 5 JAN 2007

Print ISBN: 9780470131725

Online ISBN: 9780470132449

DOI: 10.1002/9780470132449

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 COMPOUNDS OF THE NONTRANSITION ELEMENTS

    1. α-Sulfanuric Chloride—Cyclic Trimer (pages 9–13)

      Therald Moeller, Tiao-Hsu Chang, Akira Ouchi, Antonio Vandi, Amedeo Failli and W. E. Hill

    2. Arsine and Arsine-d3 (pages 14–17)

      John E. Drake, Chris Riddle, John R. Webster and William L. Jolly

    3. Ammonium Cyanate (pages 17–20)

      Rodger B. Baird, Robert P. Pinnell, A. L. Allred, D. V. Stynes and D. L. Diemante

    4. Phosphorus(III) Isocyanate (pages 20–23)

      Robert E. Zobel, Robert P. Pinnell, Mary F. Swiniarski and Robert R. Holmes

    5. Phosphoramidic Acid and its Salts (pages 23–26)

      R. C. Sheridan, J. F. McCullough, Z. T. Wakefield, H. R. Allcock and E. J. Walsh

  2. Part II: Chapter two ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUNDS

    1. Isoleptic Allyl Derivatives of Various Metals (pages 73–79)

      S. O'Brien, M. Fishwick, B. McDermott, M. G. H. Wallbridge, G. A. Wright, G. W. Parshall and E. R. Wonchoba

  3. Part III: Chapter three COMPOUNDS CONTAINING METAL-TO-METAL BONDS

    1. Dodecacarbonyltetrairidium (pages 95–99)

      L. Malatesta, G. Caglio, M. Angoletta, E. M. Kaiser and M. F. Farona

  4. Part IV: Chapter four PHOSPHINE AND PHOSPHITE COMPLEXES OF LOW-VALENT METALS

  5. Part V: Chapter five BINARY COMPOUNDS OF THE TRANSITION METALS

    1. Molybdenum(V) Fluoride (Molybdenum Pentafluoride) (pages 146–150)

      T. J. Ouellette, C. T. Ratcliffe, D. W. A. Sharp, A. M. Steven and F. Schreiner

  6. Part VI: Chapter Six HALO COMPLEXES OF SOME METALS

    1. Tetraphenylarsonium Tetrachlorovanadate(III) (pages 165–168)

      A. T. Casey, R. J. H. Clark, R. S. Nyholm, D. E. Scaife, T. E. Boyd, W. Rhine and G. Stucky

  7. Part VII: Chapter Seven VARIOUS TRANSITION-METAL COMPOUNDS

    1. Vanadyl(IV) Acetate, VO(CH3CO2)2 (pages 181–183)

      Ram Chand Paul, Saroj Bhatia, Ashok Kumar, J. T. Mague and C. W. Weston

    2. Tris(diamine)chromium(III) Salts (pages 184–186)

      R. D. Gillard, P. R. Mitchell, D. H. Busch, C. R. Sperati, H. B. Jonassen and C. W. Weston

    3. Nitrito Complexes of Nickel(II) and Cobalt(II) (pages 202–207)

      Richard H. Buchi, Laila El-Sayed, Ronald O. Ragsdale, F. Basolo, D. Diemente and D. V. Stynes

    4. Nonahydridorhenate Salts (pages 219–225)

      A. P. Ginsberg, C. R. Sprinkle, J. F. Russell, F. N. Tebbe and E. L. Muetterties

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