Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 20

Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 20

Editor(s): Daryle H. Busch

Published Online: 5 JAN 2007

Print ISBN: 9780471077152

Online ISBN: 9780470132517

DOI: 10.1002/9780470132517

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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    2. Single-Crystal Growth by a Double-Infusion Technique (pages 11–17)

      W. Huber, F. Hulliger, H. Vetsch, C. A. Lien, J. C. Preble, S. R. Lee and A. Wold

    3. Trirhenium Nonachloride (pages 44–45)

      Roger Lincoln, Geoffrey Wilkinson, R. A. Walton and T. E. Wood

    4. Trirhenium Nonahalides (pages 46–48)

      H. D. Glicksman, R. A. Walton, R. Lincoln and G. Wilkinson

    5. β-Platinum(II) Chloride (pages 48–49)

      George T. Kerr, Albert E. Schweizer and Theodore Del Donno

    6. Copper(I) Acetate (pages 53–55)

      S. J. Kirchner, Quintus Fernando, Dana Darby and J. A. Dilts

    7. Compounds Containing the cis-Bis(Ethylenediamine)Rhodium(III) Species (pages 57–61)

      R. D. Gillard, Julio Pedrosa De Jesus, P. S. Sheridan, J. D. Petersen and Stephen F. Clark

    8. Caged Metal Ions: Cobalt Sepulchrates (pages 85–86)

      J. Macb Harrowfield, A. J. Herlt, A. M. Sargeson and Theodore Del Donno

    9. Compartmental Ligands (pages 90–96)

      David E. Fenton, Stephen E. Gayda, Catriona M. Regan, M. A. Cushing and S. D. Ittel

    10. Bis[2,3-Butanedione Dioximato(1-)]Cobalt Complexes (pages 127–134)

      J. Bulkowski, A. Cutler, D. Dolphin, R. B. Silverman, L. T. Taylor and W. M. Coleman

    11. Cobalamins and Cobinamides (pages 134–142)

      D. Dolphin, D. J. Halko, R. B. Silverman, H. P. C. Hogenkamp and D. L. Anton

    12. Metalloporphines (pages 143–147)

      E. C. Johnson, D. Dolphin, M. A. Cushing and S. D. Ittel

    13. Iron Porphines (pages 147–155)

      C. K. Chang, R. K. Dinello, D. Dolphin, A. B. P. Lever and B. S. Ramaswamy

    14. Silyl and Germyl Selenides and Tellurides (pages 171–176)

      John E. Drake, Boris M. Glavinčevski, Raymond T. Hemmings, H. Ernest Henderson and K. M. Mackay

    15. Digermoxane and 1,3-Dimethyl-, 1,1,3,3-Tetramethyl-, and Hexamethyldigermoxane (pages 176–180)

      John E. Drake, Boris M. Glavinčvski, Raymond T. Hemmings, H. Ernest Henderson, Charles H. Van Dyke and N. Viswanathan

    16. μ3-Alkylidyne-Tris(Trigarbonylcobalt) Compounds: Organocobalt Cluster Complexes (pages 224–226)

      Dietmar Seyferth, Mara O. Nestle, John S. Hallgren, Joseph S. Merola, Gary H. Williams and Cynthia L. Nivert

    17. μ3-Methylidyne and μ3-Benzylidyne-Tris(Tricarbonylcobalt) (pages 226–229)

      Mara O. Nestle, John E. Hallgren, Dietmar Seyferth, Peter Dawson and Brian H. Robinson

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