Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 14

Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 14

Editor(s): Aaron Wold, John K. Ruff

Published Online: 5 JAN 2007

Print ISBN: 9780470131749

Online ISBN: 9780470132456

DOI: 10.1002/9780470132456

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 PHOSPHORUS COMPOUNDS

    1. Phosphine (pages 1–4)

      Robert C. Marriott, Jerome D. Odom, Curtis T. Sears, V. D. Bianco and S. Doronzo

    2. 1,2-Bis(phosphino)ethane (pages 10–14)

      R. Craig Taylor, Douglas B. Walters, E. R. Wonchoba and G. W. Parshall

    3. Amido(phosphonitrilic Chloride–Cyclic Trimer) and 1,1-Diamido(phosphonitrilic Chloride–Cyclic Trimer) (pages 23–27)

      Gerald R. Feistel, Marlene K. Feldt, Ronald L. Dieck, Therald Moeller, Gary L. Lundquist and C. David Schmulbach

  2. Part II: Chapter Two NON-TRANSITION-METAL COMPOUNDS

    1. Perchloryl Fluoride (pages 29–33)

      C. A. Wamser, B. Sukornick, W. B. Fox, D. Gould, A. F. Clifford and J. W. Thompson

    2. Chlorodifluoroamine and Difluorodiazene (pages 34–39)

      Leon M. Zabrowski, Ronald A. De Marco, Jean'ne M. Shreeve and Lustig Max

    3. Trimethylammonium Tetraphenylborate (A Ready Source of Triphenylborane) (pages 52–55)

      K. E. Reynard, R. E. Sherman, Hampton D. Smith, L. F. Hohnstedt, G. Gassenheimer and T. Wartik

  3. Part II: Chapter two NON-TRANSITION-METAL COMPOUNDS

    1. Dioxygenyl Salts (pages 39–42)

      Jacob Shamir, Jehuda Binenboym, J. G. Malm and C. W. Williams

  4. Part III: Chapter Three TRANSITION-METAL COMPLEXS

    1. A General Nonaqueous Preparation of Cobalt(III) and Nickel(II) Diamine and Triamine Complexes (pages 57–63)

      Karl H. Pearson, William R. Howell, Paul E. Reinbold, Stanley Kirschner, J. W. Hart, J. Kim, R. Parker, S. Yassinzadeh and C. David Schmulbach

    2. Bis(ethylenediamine)sulfito Complexes of Cobalt(III) (pages 77–81)

      Robert D. Hargens, Woonza Min, Robert C. Henney, T. M. Brown and A. Galliart

    3. Potassium Trichloro(ethylene)platinate(II)(zeise's salt) (pages 90–92)

      P. B. Chock, J. Halpern, F. E. Paulik, Saul I. Shupack and Thomas P. DeAngelis

  5. Part IV: Chapter Four SOME SIGNIFICANT SOLIDS: HALIDES AND OXYHALIDES

  6. Part IV: Chapter Four SOME SIGNIFICANT SOLIDS: HALIDES AND OXYHALIDES

  7. Part IV: Chapter Four SOME SIGNIFICANT SOLIDS: OXIDES

    1. Niobium Monoxide (pages 131–134)

      T. B. Reed, E. R. Pollard, L. E. Lonney, R. E. Loehman and J. M. Honig

    2. Cadmium Rhenium(V) Oxide, Cd2Re2O7 (pages 146–148)

      John M. Longo, Paul C. Donohue, Donald A. Batson, D. P. Kelly and A. W. Sleight

  8. Part IV: Chapter Four SOME SIGNIFICANT SOLIDS: CHALCOGENIDES

  9. Part IV: Chapter Four SOME SIGNIFICANT SOLIDS: PHOSPHIDES AND SILICIDES

  10. Part IV: Chapter Four SOME SIGNIFICANT SOLIDS: PHOSPHIDES AND SILICIDES

  11. Part IV: Chapter Four SOME SIGNIFICANT SOLIDS: HYDRIDES

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