Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 25

Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 25

Editor(s): Harry R. Allcock

Published Online: 5 JAN 2007

Print ISBN: 9780471618744

Online ISBN: 9780470132562

DOI: 10.1002/9780470132562

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. Aminocyclotetraphosphazenes and Transannular Bridged Bicyclic Phosphazenes (pages 15–24)

      A. C. Sau, K. S. Dhathathreyan, P. Y. Narayanaswamy, S. S. Krishnamurthy, J. C. Van De Grampel, A. A. Van Der Huizen and A. P. Jekel

    3. Binary Cyclic Nitrogen-Sulfur Anions (pages 30–35)

      J. Bojes, T. Chivers, R. T. Oakley, G. Womershäuser and M. Schnauber

    4. Binary Catena-Nitrogen-Sulfur Anions (pages 35–38)

      J. Bojes, T. Chivers, R. T. Oakley, T. B. Rauchfuss and S. Gammon

    5. Sulfur-Nitrogen Rings Containing Exocyclic Oxygen (pages 49–55)

      Herbert W. Roesky, Michael Witt, John Burgess, Paul F. Kelly, Thomas G. Purcell and J. Derek Woollins

    6. Organosilicon Derivatives of Cyclic and High Polymeric Phosphazenes (pages 60–68)

      David J. Brennan, James M. Graaskamp, Beverly S. Dunn, Harry R. Allcock and Michael Sennett

    7. Boron Analogs of Amino Acids (pages 79–85)

      Bernard F. Spielvogel, Fahim U. Ahmed, Andrew T. Mcphail, Karen W. Morse and Terry J. Lofthouse

    8. 1-Aziridinyl-Amino Substituted Cyclophosphazenes (pages 86–94)

      J. C. Van De Grampel, A. A. Van Der Huizen, N. H. Mulder, J. W. Rusch, T. Wilting, M. A. Baxter and D. P. Mack

    9. cis-Diammineplatinum α-Pyridone Blue (pages 94–97)

      Pradip K. Mascharak, Stephen J. Lippard, F. Albert Cotton and Daniel P. Bancroft

    10. 1,4,7,10,13,16-Hexathiacyclooctadecane (Hexathia-18-Crown-6) and Related Crown Thioethers (pages 122–126)

      Robert E. Wolf, Judith Ann R. Hartman, Leo A. Ochrymowycz, Stephen R. Cooper, Mahmood Sabahi and Richard S. Glass

    11. ([18]Crown-6)Potassium Dicyanophosphide(1-) (pages 126–129)

      Alfred Schmidpeter, Günther Burget, Don J. Chandler and Richard A. Jones

    12. (2-Diphenylphosphino)Benzenamine (pages 129–133)

      Mervyn K. Cooper, J. Michael Downes, Paul A. Duckworth, Michael C. Kerby, Ronald J. Powell and Mark D. Soucek

    13. Sodium Salt of (1R)-3-Nitrobornan-2-One (Sodium d-α-Camphornitronate) (pages 133–135)

      Jonathan W. Stocker, John C. Bailar, George B. Kauffman, Philip Chu and Ronald L. Marhenke

    14. Tris(Glycinato)Cobalt(III) (pages 135–139)

      George B. Kauffman, Mohammad Karbassi, Eishin Kyuno, W. J. Birdsall and P. E. A. Kylanpaa

    15. Difluorodioxouranium(VI) (pages 144–146)

      M. C. Chakravorti, Manju Chowdhury, P. G. Eller and R. J. Kissane

    16. Tricarbonyl Bis (N, N-Dialkylcarbamodithioate) Tungsten (II) (pages 157–158)

      J. A. Broomhead, J. Budge, W. Pienkowski, C. G. Young, T. L. Tonker and J. L. Templeton

    17. Di-μ-Iodo-Bis(Tricarbonylosmium), Bis(Tetracarbonyliodoosmium), and Dicarbonyliodo(η5-Cyclopentadienyl)Osmium (pages 187–192)

      Steven Rosenberg, Albert W. Herlinger, Wayne S. Mahoney, Gregory L. Geoffroy, Robert T. Hembre, K. R. Birdwhistell and J. Norton

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