Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups

Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups

Online ISBN: 9780470682531

DOI: 10.1002/9780470682531

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  1. Organogold Compounds (2014)
    1. Gas Phase Chemistry of Gold
    2. Gold-Catalyzed Benzannulations
    3. Synthesis and reactivity of gold–olefin complexes
    4. Electrochemical Investigations of Organogold Compounds
    5. Catalysis of organic transformations by gold nanoparticles supported on metal oxides
    6. Gold-Catalyzed Addition of HX to Alkynes
  2. Peroxides (2014)
    1. Computational Treatments of Peroxy Radicals in Combustion and Atmospheric Reactions
    2. Single-Molecule Reactive Oxygen Species Detection in Photocatalytic Reactions
    3. Generation and Reactivity of Lipid Hydroperoxides in Biological Systems
    4. Reactions of Metal Complexes with Singlet Oxygen
    5. [18O]-Peroxides: Synthesis and Biological Applications
    6. Heteroatom-substitued Dioxetanes and their Emerging Biomedical Applications
    7. Applications of Endoperoxides derived from Acenes and Singlet Oxygen
    8. 1,2-Dioxatrisulfane (thiaperoxide) intermediates in type I and II photooxygenation reactions
    9. Organic tetroxides and mechanism of peroxy radical recombination
    10. Peroxide Explosives
    11. Reactions of Peroxides on Solid Surfaces
    12. Quantum chemical studies of carbonyl oxide chemistry in combustion and in the lower atmosphere
    13. The Use of Hydrogen Peroxide for Disinfection and Sterilization Applications
  3. Organoiron Compounds (2013)
    1. Theory of Ferrocenyl Compounds
    2. The Thermochemistry and Energetics of Organoiron Compounds
    3. Gas-phase Ion Stereochemistry of Iron Complexes probed by Mass Spectrometric Techniques
    4. The Coordination and Catalytic Chemistry of Phosphinoferrocene Ligands—A Concise Introduction and Update
    5. The Chemistry of Diene–Iron and Dienyl–Iron Complexes
    6. Ferrocenes in Frustrated Lewis Pair Chemistry
    7. The Chemistry of Iron–Alkyl Complexes
    8. Iron Acyl Complexes
    9. Iron-promoted Reduction Reactions
    10. Iron-Mediated Asymmetric Synthesis
    11. Organic Transformations Promoted by Lewis Acid Iron Catalysts
    12. 3 Iron-Catalyzed C[BOND]C Bond Formation with C[BOND]H Bond Activation
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      Iron-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions
  4. Organic Selenium and Tellurium (2013)
    1. A Summary of Functional Groups Containing Selenium and Tellurium: A Catalog of the Many Groups that are Known and Some that are Not
    2. Recent Advances of Structural Chemistry of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    3. NMR of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    4. Positively Charged Selenium- and Tellurium-Stabilized Species
    5. Synthesis of Selenium and Tellurium Ylides and Carbanions. Application to Organic Synthesis
    6. Synthesis of Organoselenium Compounds
    7. Synthesis of Organotellurium Compounds
    8. Organic Compounds Containing Bonds between Se or Te with P, As, Sb and Bi
    9. Selenium and Tellurium Derivatives of Carbohydrates and Nucleotides
    10. Selenium and Tellurium Heterocycles
    11. Recent Advances in the Insertion and Extrusion Reactions of Selenium and Tellurium in Organic Compounds
    12. Organic Conductors Containing Selenium and Tellurium
    13. Organic Diselenides, Ditellurides, Polyselenides and Polytellurides. Synthesis and Reactions
    14. Coordination Chemistry of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    15. Rearrangements of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
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      Electrophilic Selenium/Tellurium Reagents: Reactivity and their Contribution to Green Chemistry
    17. Synthesis of Biologically Relevant Small Molecules Containing Selenium. Part A. Antioxidant Compounds
    18. Organic Selenocyanates, Tellurocyanates and Related Compounds
    19. Supramolecular Architectures Based on M(lone pair)…π(arene) Interactions for M[DOUBLE BOND]Se and Te
    20. Advances in the Photochemistry of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    21. Enzyme Mimetic Chemistry of Organoselenium Compounds
    22. Synthesis of Biologically Relevant Small Molecules Containing Selenium. Part C. Miscellaneous Biological Activities
    23. Synthesis of Biologically Relevant Small Molecules Containing Selenium. Part B. Anti-infective and Anticancer Compounds
  5. Metal Phenolates (2013)
    1. Coordination Chemistry of Metal Phenolates—General Aspects
    2. The Experimental Thermochemistry of Metal Phenolates"
    3. Acid–Base and Solvation Properties of Metal Phenolates
    4. Coordination Chemistry and Applications of Salen, Salan and Salalen Metal Complexes
    5. Coordination Chemistry and Applications of Nitrilotris(N-Methylenephenoxy)–Metal Complexes
    6. Coordination Chemistry and Applications of Phenolic Calixarene–metal Complexes
    7. Coordination Chemistry of o-Semiquinones
    8. Redox Chemistry and Electrochemistry of Homoleptic Metal Phenolates
    9. Phenoxyl Radical–Metal Complexes
    10. Biological and Biomedical Aspects of Metal Phenolates
    11. Biomimetic Metal Phenolates
    12. Analytical Aspects of Metal Phenolates
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      Catalysis of Organic Processes by Metal Phenolates
    14. Metal Phenolates as Polymerization Catalysts
    15. The Chemistry of Metal Thiophenolates
    16. Molecular Capsules Based on Metal Complexes with Resorcin[4]arenes and Pyrogallol[4]arenes
    17. Mass Spectrometry and Gas-phase Ion Chemistry of Metal–phenolate and Metal–phenol complexes
  6. Organic Selenium and Tellurium Compounds (2012)
    1. Theoretical Aspects of Organoselenium Chemistry
    2. Theoretical and Computational Aspects of Organotellurium Compounds
    3. Thermochemistry of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    4. Electrochemistry of Organic Selenium and Tellurium Compounds
    5. Substituent Constants and Substituent Effects in Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    6. Recent Advances in Analytical Chemistry and Mass Spectrometry for Organic Selenium and Tellurium Compounds
    7. Stereoselective Reactions of Organoselenium Reagents Including Catalysis
    8. Advances in Free Radical Reactions of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    9. Selenium- and Tellurium-Containing Organic π-Conjugated Oligomers and Polymers
    10. Organotellurium Compounds as Chain Transfer agents for Living Radical Polymerization
    11. Preparative Uses of Organoselenium and Organotellurium Compounds
    12. Vinyl Selenides
    13. Vinylic Tellurides
    14. Compounds of Selenium and Tellurium with Nitrogen Bonds
    15. Hypervalent Derivatives of Selenium and Tellurium
    16. Functional Groups Containing Selenium and Tellurium in Oxidation States from 3 to 6
    17. Selenium and Tellurium (1,2,3)-Oxygen-containing Acids and Derivatives
    18. Organoselenium and Organotellurium Oxidation and Reduction
    19. The Chemistry of Selenocysteine
    20. Biological and Biochemical Aspects of Tellurium Derivatives
    21. Organoselenium and organotellurium compounds: Toxicology and pharmacology
    22. Aspects of the Chemistry of Species with Carbon–Polonium Bonds
  7. Organomanganese Compounds (2011)
    1. Structure and Bonding of Simple Manganese-Containing Compounds
    2. Structural Organomanganese Chemistry
    3. Energetics of Organomanganese Compounds
    4. Mass Spectrometry and Gas-Phase Ion Chemistry of Organomanganese Complexes
    5. Manganese in Biological Systems: Transport and Function
    6. Preparation and Reactivity of Organomanganese Compounds
    7. Structures and Reaction Mechanisms of Manganese Oxidants
    8. Cationic (η6-arene)- and Neutral (η5-cyclohexadienyl)-tricarbonylmanganese Complexes: Synthesis and Reactivity
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      Organomanganese-Mediated Radical Reactions
    10. The Chemistry of Organomanganese Ate Complexes
    11. Catalytic Enantioselective Reactions using Organomanganese Compounds
    12. The Chemistry of Manganese Enolates
    13. s-Block-Metal-Mediated Manganation Reactions
  8. Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids (2010)
    1. Light-Induced Chemistry of Oximes and Derivatives
    2. Conjugate Addition of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    3. The Brønsted Acid/Base Character of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    4. Synthesis, Structure and Reactions of Organometallic Derivatives of Oximes
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      Heterocycles from Hydroxylamines and Hydroxamic Acids
    6. Mass Spectrometry of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    7. Phosphorus Derivatives of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    8. Hydroxylamine Analogs and Derivatives of Amino Acids. Aminooxy Acids
    9. Peroxynitrogen: A Study of Nitrogen/Oxygen Heterocycles with N[BOND]O and O[BOND]O or N[BOND]O[BOND]O Bonding
    10. N-Arylhydroxylamines and Chemical Carcinogenicity
    11. N-Hydroxylamines for Peptide Synthesis
    12. Hydroxamic Acids: Biological Properties and Potential Uses as Therapeutic Agents
    13. Hydroxylamine, Oxime and Hydroxamic Acid Derivatives of Nucleic Acids
    14. Diazohydroxides, Diazoethers and Related Species
    15. Properties, Structure and Reactivity of Cobaloximes
    16. The Chemistry of NO- and HNO-Producing Diazeniumdiolates
  9. Organocopper Compounds (2009)
    1. Theory of Organocopper-Mediated Reactions
    2. Structural Organocopper Chemistry
    3. Thermochemistry of Organocopper Compounds
    4. NMR of Organocopper Compounds
    5. Photochemical Transformations Involving Copper Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines
    6. Electrochemistry of Organocopper Compounds
    7. Gas-Phase Chemistry of Organocopper Compounds
    8. Biochemistry of Organocopper Compounds
    9. N-Functionalized Organocuprates
    10. Transmetalation Reactions Producing Organocopper Compounds
    11. Carbocupration of Alkynes
    12. Oxidation of Organocopper Compounds
    13. Copper-Mediated Asymmetric Allylic Alkylations
    14. Copper-Catalyzed Enantioselective Conjugate Addition
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      Copper(I) Hydride Reagents and Catalysts
    16. Silyl and Stannyl Derivatives of Organocopper Compounds
    17. Copper-Mediated and Copper-Catalyzed Addition and Substitution Reactions of Extended Multiple Bond Systems
    18. Copper-Mediated Cross-Coupling Reactions
    19. Fluorinated Organocopper Reagents
  10. Metal Enolates (2009)
    1. General and Theoretical Aspects of the Metal Enolates
    2. Molecular Structure of Metal Enolates
    3. Luminescence Phenomena Involving Metal Enolates
    4. Thermochemical Considerations of Metal Enolates
    5. Synthesis of Metal Enolato Complexes
    6. Coordination Chemistry of Metal Enolato Complexes
    7. Metal Enolates as Synthons in Organic Chemistry
    8. Acid–Base Properties of Enols and Enolates
    9. Redox Chemistry and Electrochemistry of Metal Enolates
    10. Catalysis Using β-Diketonato Metal Complexes
    11. Biological Aspects of Metal Enolates
    12. Analytical Aspects of Metal Enolates
    13. The Chemistry of Metal Ynolates
    14. Lanthanide Enolates as Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Shift Reagents
    15. Metal Enolates in Polymer Science and Technology
    16. Structure and Properties of d8 Metal–Dithiolene Complexes
    17. Deposition of Metals and Metal Oxides by Means of Metal Enolates
  11. Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids (2008)
    1. Some Intrinsic Features of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids: Integration of Theory and Experiment
    2. Structural Analysis of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids: Trends and Patterns
    3. The Organic Thermochemistry of Hydroxylamines, Oximes, Hydroxamic Acids and their Derivatives
    4. NMR Spectra of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    5. Synthesis of Hydroxylamines
    6. Synthesis of Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    7. Synthesis of Heterocycles from Oximes
    8. Electrophilic C-Amination with O-Substituted Hydroxylamines, Oximes and O-Substituted Oximes
    9. Rearrangements of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    10. Electrochemistry of Hydroxylamines, Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    11. Use of Oximes, Hydroxamic Acids and Related Species as Reagents in Inorganic Analytical Chemistry
    12. Structural Effects on Reactivity and Properties of Oximes and Hydroxamic Acids
    13. Hydroxylamines and Oximes: Biological Properties and Potential Uses as Therapeutic Agents
    14. Nitrosomethanides and their Acids: Synthesis, Structure and Bonding
    15. Nitroxyl Radicals
    16. Natural and Biomimetic Hydroxamic Acid Based Siderophores
    17. Hydroxylamine, Oximate and Hydroxamate as α-Nucleophiles in Dephosphorylation
    18. N-Heteroatom-Substituted Hydroxamic Esters
  12. Organomagnesium Compounds (2008)
    1. Structural Organomagnesium Chemistry
    2. The Thermochemistry of Organomagnesium Compounds
    3. NMR of Organomagnesium Compounds
    4. Formation, Chemistry and Structure of Organomagnesium Species in Solvent-Free Environments
    5. Photochemical Transformations Involving Magnesium Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines
    6. Electrochemistry of Organomagnesium Compounds
    7. Analytical Aspects of Organomagnesium Compounds
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      Biochemistry of Magnesium
    9. Theoretical Studies of the Addition of RMgX to Carbonyl Compounds
    10. Organomagnesium-Group 15- and Organomagnesium-Group 16-Bonded Complexes
    11. Preparation and Reactivity of Magnesium Enolates
    12. Functionalized Organomagnesium Compounds: Synthesis and Reactivity
    13. Iron-Catalyzed Reactions of Grignard Reagents
    14. Carbomagnesiation Reactions
    15. The Chemistry of Organomagnesium Ate Complexes
    16. The Chemistry of Magnesium Carbenoids
    17. Catalytic Enantioselective Conjugate Addition and Allylic Alkylation Reactions Using Grignard Reagents
  13. Anilines (2007)
    1. Anilines: Historical Background
    2. General and Theoretical Aspects of Anilines
    3. Structural Chemistry of Anilines
    4. Thermochemistry of Anilines
    5. Mass Spectrometry and Gas-Phase Chemistry of Anilines
    6. NMR Spectra of Anilines
    7. Substituted Anilines as Solvatochromic Probes
    8. Hydrogen Bonds of Anilines
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      Synthesis of Anilines
    10. Anilines as Nucleophiles
    11. Rearrangements of Anilines and Their Derivatives
    12. Analytical Aspects of Aromatic Amines
    13. Manufacture and Uses of the Anilines: A Vast Array of Processes and Products
    14. The Spectroscopy, Photophysics and Photochemistry of Anilines
    15. Toxicological and Environmental Aspects of Anilines
    16. Electrochemistry of Anilines
    17. Proton Sponges
  14. Organozinc Compounds (2007)
    1. The Reaction Mechanisms of Zinc Enzymes
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      Structural Organozinc Chemistry
    3. Thermochemistry of Organozinc Compounds
    4. 67Zn NMR, a Tool for Coordination Chemistry Problems
    5. Mass Spectrometry of Organozinc Compounds
    6. Dynamic Behavior of Organozinc Compounds
    7. Cyclopropanation Mediated by Zinc Organometallics
    8. Functionalized Organozinc Compounds
    9. Photochemical Transformations Involving Zinc Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines
    10. Synthesis and Reactions of Allenylzinc Reagents
    11. Palladium- or Nickel-Catalyzed Cross-Coupling Reactions with Organozincs and Related Organometals
    12. Enantioselective Addition of Organozinc Compounds
    13. Rearrangements of Organozinc Compounds
    14. 1,1-Bismetallated Species
    15. The Chemistry of Organozincate Compounds
    16. Fluorinated Organozinc Reagents
    17. Electrochemical Generation and Reaction of Zinc Reagents
    18. The Chemistry of Zinc Enolates
    19. Carbozincation of Alkenes and Alkynes
  15. Peroxides (2006)
    1. General and Theoretical Aspects of the Peroxide Group
    2. The Structural Chemistry of Acyclic Organic Peroxides
    3. Thermochemistry of Peroxides
    4. 17O NMR Spectroscopy of Organic Compounds Containing the [BOND]O[BOND]O[BOND]group
    5. Synthesis of Cyclic Peroxides
    6. Synthetic Uses of Peroxides
    7. Analytical and Safety Aspects of Organic Peroxides and Related Functional Groups
    8. Silicon and Germanium Peroxides
    9. Selective Formation of Allylic Hydroperoxides via Singlet Oxygen ene Reaction
    10. Polar Effects in Decomposition of Peroxidic Compounds and Related Reactions
    11. Peroxides in Biological Systems
    12. Sulfur and Phosphorus Peroxides
    13. Transition Metal Peroxides. Synthesis and Role in Oxidation Reactions
    14. Contemporary Dioxirane Chemistry: Epoxidations, Heteroatom Oxidations and CH Insertions
    15. Contemporary Trends in Dioxetane Chemistry
    16. Chemiluminescence of Organic Peroxides
    17. Biomimetic Fe(II) Chemistry and Synthetic Studies on Antimalarial and Antitumour Endoperoxides
  16. Organolithium Compounds (2006)
    1. Dynamics of the Reorganization Behavior of Organolithium Compounds
    2. Organolithiums as Useful Synthetic Intermediates for Tandem Reactions
    3. The Chemistry of Acyllithium Derivatives
    4. Intramolecular Carbolithiation Reactions
    5. Structure and Dynamics of Chiral Lithium Amides
    6. Chiral Lithium Amides in Asymmetric Synthesis
    7. The Lithium Metal Reduction of π-Conjugated Hydrocarbons and Fullerenes
    8. Aspects of the Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of Lithium Enolates
    9. Chemistry of Ketone Dilithio Dianions
  17. Cyclobutanes (2005)
    1. Cyclobutane—Physical Properties and Theoretical Studies
    2. Antiaromaticity and Aromaticity in Carbocyclic Four-Membered Rings
    3. Stereochemical Aspects—Conformation and Configuration
    4. Thermochemistry of Cyclobutane and Its Derivatives
    5. Acidity and Basicity of Cyclobutanes
    6. NMR Spectroscopy of Cyclobutanes
    7. Mass Spectrometry and Gas-Phase Ion Chemistry of Cyclobutanes
    8. Synthesis of Cyclobutanes
    9. The Application of Cyclobutane Derivatives in Organic Synthesis
    10. Structural Effects of the Cyclobutyl Group on Reactivity and Properties
    11. Rearrangements of Cyclobutanes
    12. Cyclobutyl, Cyclobutyl-Substituted and Related Carbocations
    13. Cation Radicals in the Synthesis and Reactions of Cyclobutanes
    14. Highly Unsaturated Cyclobutane Derivatives
    15. Cyclobutarenes
    16. Organometallic Derivatives
    17. Photochemistry of Cyclobutanes: Synthesis and Reactivity
    18. Solvent-Free Photosynthesis of Cyclobutanes: Photodimerization of Crystalline Olefins
    19. Chemistry of Cubane and Other Prismanes
    20. Bicyclo[2.1.0]pentanes and Bicyclo[2.2.0]hexanes
    21. Fluorinated Cyclobutanes and Their Derivatives
    22. Cyclobutane Pyrimidine Dimers as UV-Induced DNA Lesions
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      Cubanes, Fenestranes, Ladderanes, Prismanes, Staffanes and Other Oligocyclobutanoids
  18. Organolithium Compounds (2004)
    1. Theoretical Studies in Organolithium Chemistry
    2. Lead Structures in Lithium Organic Chemistry
    3. Thermochemistry of Organolithium Compounds
    4. Solid State NMR Spectroscopy in Organolithium Chemistry
    5. Gas Phase Chemistry of Organolithium Compounds
    6. Vibrational Spectroscopy of Organolithium Compounds
    7. Effects of Structural Variation on Organolithium Compounds
    8. Analytical Aspects of Organolithium Compounds
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      The Preparation of Organolithium Reagents and Intermediates
    10. Directed Metallation of Aromatic Compounds
    11. Arene-Catalyzed Lithiation
    12. Rearrangements of Organolithium Compounds
    13. Lithium Carbenoids
    14. Addition of Organolithium Reagents to Double Bonds
    15. Polylithium Organic Compounds: Syntheses and Selected Molecular Structures
    16. α-Amino-Organolithium Compounds
    17. Asymmetric Deprotonation with Alkyllithium–(−)-Sparteine
    18. Reactivity of Oxiranes with Organolithium Reagents
  19. Phenols (2003)
    1. General and Theoretical Aspects of Phenols
    2. The Structural Chemistry of Phenols
    3. Thermochemistry of Phenols and Related Arenols
    4. Mass Spectrometry and Gas-Phase Ion Chemistry of Phenols
    5. NMR and IR Spectroscopy of Phenols
    6. Synthesis of Phenols
    7. UV-Visible Spectra and Photoacidity of Phenols, Naphthols and Pyrenols
    8. Hydrogen-Bonded Complexes of Phenols
    9. Electrophilic Reactions of Phenols
    10. Synthetic Uses of Phenols
    11. Tautomeric Equilibria and Rearrangements Involving Phenols
    12. Phenols as Antioxidants
    13. Analytical Aspects of Phenolic Compounds
    14. Photochemistry of Phenols
    15. Radiation Chemistry of Phenols
    16. Transient Phenoxyl Radicals: Formation and Properties in Aqueous Solutions
    17. Oxidation of Phenols
    18. Environmental Effects of Substituted Phenols
    19. Calixarenes
    20. Polymers Based on Phenols
  20. Organic Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds (2003)
    1. Genesis and Evolution in the Chemistry of Organogermanium, Organotin and Organolead Compounds
    2. Similarities and Differences of Organic Compounds of Germanium, Tin and Lead
    3. Theoretical Studies of Organic Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds
    4. Recent Advances in Structural Chemistry of Organic Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds
    5. Gas-Phase Chemistry and Mass Spectrometry of Ge-, Sn- and Pb-Containing Compounds
    6. Further Advances in Germanium, Tin and Lead NMR
    7. Recent Advances in Acidity, Complexing, Basicity and H-Bonding of Organo Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds
    8. Structural Effects on Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds
    9. Radical Reaction Mechanisms of and at Organic Germanium, Tin and Lead
    10. Free and Complexed R3M+ Cations (M = Ge, Sn, Pb)
    11. Alkaline and Alkaline Earth Metal-14 Compounds: Preparation, Spectroscopy, Structure and Reactivity
    12. Spectroscopic Studies and Quantum-Chemical Calculations of Short-Lived Germylenes, Stannylenes and Plumbylenes
    13. Multiply Bonded Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds
    14. Unsaturated Three-Membered Rings of Heavier Group 14 Elements
    15. Cage Compounds of Heavier Group 14 Elements
    16. Hypervalent Compounds of Organic Germanium, Tin and Lead Derivatives
    17. Transition Metal Complexes of Germanium, Tin and Lead
    18. Synthetic Applications of Organic Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds (Excluding R3MH)
    19. Synthetic Uses of R3MH (M = Ge, Sn, Pb)
    20. Trichlorogermane, a New Superacid in Organic Chemistry
    21. The Photochemistry of Organometallic Compounds of Germanium, Tin and Lead
    22. Organometallic Polymers of Germanium, Tin and Lead
    23. Biological Activity of Organogermanium Compounds
    24. Biological Activity of Organotin and Organolead Compounds
  21. Organic Silicon Compounds (2001)
    1. Theoretical Aspects of Compounds Containing Si, Ge, Sn and Pb
    2. (Helium I)-Photoelectron Spectra of Silicon Compounds: History and Achievements Concerning their Molecular States
    3. 29Si NMR Experiments in Solutions of Organosilicon Compounds
    4. Silyl Radicals
    5. Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Silicon–Silicon Multiple Bonds
    6. Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Compounds with Silicon–Nitrogen Bonds
    7. Organosilicon Halides—Synthesis and Properties
    8. Synthesis of Multiply Bonded Phosphorus Compounds Using Silylphosphines and Silylphosphides
    9. Polysilanes: Conformations, Chromotropism and Conductivity
    10. Nanostructured Hybrid Organic–Inorganic Solids from Molecules to Materials
    11. Polysiloles and Related Silole-Containing Polymers
    12. Polysilanols
    13. Silicon-Based Dendrimers and Hyperbranched Polymers
    14. Biotechnology Reveals New Routes to Synthesis and Structural Control of Silica and Polysilsesquioxanes
    15. Chemistry on Silicon Surfaces
    16. Silyl Migrations
    17. Kinetic Studies of the Reactions of Si[DOUBLE BOND]C and Si[DOUBLE BOND]Si Bonds
    18. Ion–Molecule Reactions of Silicon Cations
  22. Dienes and Polyenes (2000)
    1. Mass Spectrometry and Gas-Phase Ion Chemistry of Dienes and Polyenes
    2. NMR Spectroscopy of Dienes and Polyenes
    3. Photopericyclic Reactions of Conjugated Dienes and Trienes
    4. Photochemistry of Non-Conjugated Dienes
    5. Intermolecular Cyclization Reactions to form Carbocycles
    6. Cycloaddition to Give Heterocycles
    7. Electrophilic Additions to Dienes and Polyenes
    8. Nucleophilic Additions to Dienes, Enynes and Polyenes
    9. Synthetic Applications of Dienes and Polyenes, Excluding Cycloadditions
    10. Rearrangements of Dienes and Polyenes
    11. Organometallic Complexes of Dienes and Polyenes
    12. Reduction of Dienes and Polyenes
    13. Catalysis of Diels–Alder Reactions in Water and in Hydrogen-Bonding Environments
  23. Organic Derivatives of Gold and Silver (1999)
    1. General and Theoretical Aspects of Organic Gold Compounds
    2. Mössbauer Spectroscopy with Gold Compounds
    3. Thermochemistry of the Organometallic Compounds of Silver and Gold
    4. NMR and ESR Spectroscopy Applied to Gold and Silver Compounds
    5. The Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Organic Derivatives of Gold and Silver
    6. Analytical Aspects of Organogold and Organosilver Compounds
    7. Synthesis and Uses of Organosilver Compounds
    8. Synthesis and Uses of Organogold Compounds
    9. The Electrochemistry of Gold and Silver Complexes
    10. The Organic Photochemistry of Silver and Gold
    11. Pyrolysis of Organic Derivatives of Silver and Gold
    12. Acidity, Basicity and H Bonds
    13. Rearrangement of Gold and Silver Complexes
    14. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Compounds of Silver and Gold
    15. Gold–Thiol Self-Assembled Monolayers
    16. Medicinal Chemistry of Gold Compounds
  24. Organic Silicon Compounds (1998)
    1. Theoretical Aspects and Quantum Mechanical Calculations of Silaaromatic Compounds
    2. A Molecular Modeling of the Bonded Interactions of Crystalline Silica
    3. Polyhedral Silicon Compounds
    4. Thermochemistry
    5. The Structural Chemistry of Organosilicon Compounds
    6. 29Si NMR Spectroscopy of Organosilicon Compounds
    7. Activating and Directive Effects of Silicon
    8. Steric Effects of Silyl Groups
    9. Reaction Mechanisms of Nucleophilic Attack at Silicon
    10. Silicenium Ions: Quantum Chemical Computations
    11. Silicenium Ions—Experimental Aspects
    12. Silyl-Substituted Carbocations
    13. Silicon-Substituted Carbenes
    14. Alkaline and Alkaline Earth Silyl Compounds—Preparation and Structure
    15. Mechanism and Structures in Alcohol Addition Reactions of Disilenes and Silenes
    16. Silicon–Carbon and Silicon–Nitrogen Multiply Bonded Compounds
    17. Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Silicon–Heteroatom Multiple Bonds
    18. Gas-Phase Ion Chemistry of Silicon-Containing Molecules
    19. Matrix Isolation Studies of Silicon Compounds
    20. Electrochemistry of Organosilicon Compounds
    21. The Photochemistry of Organosilicon Compounds
    22. Mechanistic Aspects of the Photochemistry of Organosilicon Compounds
    23. Hypervalent Silicon Compounds
    24. Silatranes and their Tricyclic Analogs
    25. Tris(trimethylsilyl)silane in Organic Synthesis
    26. Recent Advances in the Direct Process
    27. Acyl Silanes
    28. Recent Synthetic Applications of Organosilicon Reagents
    29. Recent Advances in the Hydrosilylation and Related Reactions
    30. Synthetic Applications of Allylsilanes and Vinylsilanes
    31. Chemistry of Compounds with Silicon–Sulphur, Silicon–Selenium and Silicon–Tellurium Bonds
    32. Cyclic Polychalcogenide Compounds with Silicon
    33. Organosilicon Derivatives of Fullerenes
    34. Group 14 Metalloles, Ionic Species and Coordination Compounds
    35. Transition-Metal Silyl Complexes
    36. Cyclopentadienyl Silicon Compounds
    37. Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Cyclopolysilanes
    38. Recent Advances in the Chemistry of Siloxane Polymers and Copolymers
    39. Si-Containing Ceramic Precursors
    40. Organo-Silica Sol–Gel Materials
    41. Chirality in Bioorganosilicon Chemistry
    42. Highly Reactive Small-Ring Monosilacycles and Medium-Ring Oligosilacycles
    43. Silylenes
  25. Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Groups (1997)
    1. Electronic Structure of Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Compounds
    2. Configuration, Conformation and Chiroptical Properties of the Azo, Azoxy and Hydrazo Groups
    3. Thermochemistry of Azo, Hydrazo, Azoxy and Related Species
    4. Mass Spectra of Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Compounds
    5. NMR Spectroscopy of Azo, Azoxy and Hydrazo Compounds
    6. Information from the ESR, ENDOR and NMR Spectra of Radicals Related to Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Compounds
    7. The Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Compounds
    8. Analytical Aspects of Compounds Containing the Azo, Azoxy and Hydrazino Functional Groups
    9. Acidity, Basicity and Complex Formation
    10. Synthesis and Reactions of Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Compounds
    11. Electronic Effects of Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Groups
    12. Cathodic and Anodic Behaviour of Organic Compounds Possessing [BOND]N[DOUBLE BOND]N[BOND] or > N[BOND]N < Linkages
    13. The Photochemistry of the Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Groups
    14. Radiation Chemistry of Azo and Hydrazo Compounds
    15. Rearrangements of Hydrazo, Azoxy and Azo Compounds: Kinetic, Product and Isotope Studies
    16. Radical Reactions of Azo, Hydrazo and Azoxy Compounds
    17. Biological Formation and Reactions of Hydrazo, Azo and Azoxy Groups
    18. Toxicological and Pharmacotherapeutical Aspects of Azo, Hydrazo and Azoxy Compounds
    19. Safety and Environmental Effects of Azo Compounds
  26. Double-bonded Functional Groups (1997)
    1. Heteropolar Double Bonds
    2. Mass Spectra of Double-Bonded Groups
    3. Electronic Effects of Groups Containing Carbon–Carbon or Carbon–Oxygen Double Bonds
    4. The Chiroptical Properties of the Carbon–Carbon Double Bond
    5. Chiroptical Properties of Compounds Containing C[DOUBLE BOND]O Groups
    6. Dipole Moments of Compounds Containing Double Bonds
    7. Acidity, Basicity and H-Bonding of Double-Bonded Functional Groups: Nitrones, Nitriles and Thiocarbonyls
    8. Complex Formation Involving Compounds with Double-Bonded Functional Groups
    9. Liquid Crystals with X[DOUBLE BOND]Y Groups
    10. Pyrolysis Involving Compounds with C[DOUBLE BOND]C, C[DOUBLE BOND]N and C[DOUBLE BOND]O Double Bonds
    11. Thermochemistry of Olefins, Carbonyl Compounds and Imines
    12. The Electrochemistry of the C[DOUBLE BOND]C, C[DOUBLE BOND]O and C[DOUBLE BOND]N Groups
    13. Photochemistry of Compounds Containing C[DOUBLE BOND]C Double Bonds
    14. Some Synthetic Uses of Double-Bonded Functional Groups
    15. Hydrogenation of Compounds Containing C[DOUBLE BOND]C, C[DOUBLE BOND]O and C[DOUBLE BOND]N Bonds
    16. Heterogeneous Catalytic Hydrogenation
    17. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Compounds Containing C[DOUBLE BOND]C, C[DOUBLE BOND]O or C[DOUBLE BOND]N Groups
    18. Nucleophilic Attack on Compounds Containing C[DOUBLE BOND]C, C[DOUBLE BOND]O or C[DOUBLE BOND]N Groups
    19. Electrophilic Additions to Double Bonds
    20. Epoxidation of C[DOUBLE BOND]X Double Bonds
    21. Strained Olefins
    22. Radical Anions and Radical Cations Derived from Compounds Containing C[DOUBLE BOND]C, C[DOUBLE BOND]O or C[DOUBLE BOND]N Groups
    23. The Thiocarbonyl Group
    24. Advances in the Metathesis of Olefins
    25. Biological Activity of Organic Compounds Elicited by the Introduction of Double Bonds
    26. N-Oxidative Transformations of C[DOUBLE BOND]N Groups as Means of Toxification and Detoxification
  27. Dienes and Polyenes (1997)
    1. Contribution of Quantum Chemistry to the Study of Dienes and Polyenes
    2. Structural Chemistry of Dienes and Polyenes
    3. Thermochemistry of Dienes and Polyenes
    4. Conformation and Chiroptical Properties of Dienes and Polyenes
    5. Ultraviolet/Visible, Infrared and Raman Spectra
    6. Electronic Structure of Diene and Polyene Radical Cations
    7. The Photochemistry of Dienes and Polyenes: Application to the Synthesis of Complex Molecules
    8. Radiation Chemistry of Dienes and Polyenes
    9. Synthesis of Conjugated Dienes and Polyenes
    10. Analysis of Dienes and Polyenes and Their Structure Determination
    11. Intramolecular Cyclization of Dienes and Polyenes
    12. The Effect of Pressure on Reactions of Dienes and Polyenes
    13. Radical Addition to Polyenes
    14. Palladium-Catalyzed Oxidation of Dienes
    15. Structural Effects on Dienes and Polyenes
    16. Acidity of Alkenes and Polyenes
    17. The Electrochemistry of Dienes and Polyenes
    18. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Dienes and Polyenes
    19. Allenyl and Polyenyl Cations
    20. Oxidation of Dienes and Polyenes
    21. Synthesis and Transformation of Radialenes
  28. Amino, Nitroso, Nitro and Related Groups (1996)
    1. Molecular Mechanics Calculations
    2. Structural Chemistry
    3. Chiroptical Properties of Amino Compounds
    4. Photoelectron Spectra of Amines, Nitroso and Nitro Compounds
    5. The Chemistry of Ionized, Protonated and Cationated Amines in the Gas Phase
    6. Mass Spectrometry of Nitro and Nitroso Compounds
    7. NMR of Compounds Containing [BOND]NH2, [BOND]NO2 and [BOND]NO Groups
    8. Thermochemistry of Amines, Nitroso Compounds, Nitro Compounds and Related Species
    9. Acidity and Basicity
    10. Hydrogen Bonding and Complex Formation Involving Compounds with Amino, Nitroso and Nitro Groups
    11. Electronic Effects of Nitro, Nitroso, Amino and Related Groups
    12. Advances in the Chemistry of Amino and Nitro Compounds
    13. Diazotization of Amines and Dediazoniation of Diazonium Ions
    14. S- Nitroso Compounds, Formation, Reactions and Biological Activity
    15. Photochemistry of Amines and Amino Compounds
    16. Photochemistry of Nitro and Nitroso Compounds
    17. Radiation Chemistry of Amines, Nitro and Nitroso Compounds
    18. The Electrochemistry of Nitro, Nitroso, and Related Compounds
    19. Rearrangement Reactions Involving the Amino, Nitro and Nitroso Groups
    20. The Synthesis and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Amino and Quaternary Ammonium Salts
    21. Displacement and ipso-Substitution in Nitration
    22. Nitric Oxide from Arginine: A Biological Surprise
    23. Reactions of Nitrosoarenes with SH Groups
    24. Analytical Aspects of Amino, Quaternary Ammonium, Nitro, Nitroso and Related Functional Groups
    25. Environmental Aspects of Compounds Containing Nitro, Nitroso and Amino Groups
    26. SNAr Reactions of Amines in Aprotic Solvents
  29. Organophosphorus Compounds (1996)
    1. The Preparation and Properties of Tervalent Phosphorus Acid Derivatives
    2. The Synthesis of Phosphonic and Phosphinic Acids and their Derivatives: Non-Functionalized Acids
    3. The Synthesis of Functionalized Phosphinic and Phosphonic Acids and their Derivatives. Part A: Halo, Hydroxy, Epoxy, Mercapto, Carboxy and Oxo Functionalized Acids
    4. The Synthesis of Functionalized Phosphinic and Phosphonic Acids and their Derivatives. Part B: Diazo, Nitro and Amino Functionalized Acids
    5. The Synthesis and Reactions of Thio- and Seleno-Phosphonic and -Phosphinic Acids
    6. Properties and Reactions of Phosphonic and Phosphinic Acids and their Derivatives
    7. Acylphosphonates and their Derivatives
    8. Gas-Phase Positive and Negative Ion Chemistry of Organophosphorus Compounds via Mass Spectrometric Techniques
    9. Biological Activity of Phosphonic and Phosphinic Acids
    10. The Chemistry of Organophosphorus Chemical Warfare Agents
  30. Organic Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds (1995)
    1. The Nature of the C[BOND]M Bond (M = Ge, Sn, Pb)
    2. Structural Aspects of Compounds Containing C[BOND]E (E[DOUBLE BOND]Ge, Sn, Pb) Bonds
    3. Stereochemistry and Conformation of Organogermanium, Organotin and Organolead Compounds
    4. Thermochemistry of Organometallic Compounds of Germanium, Tin and Lead
    5. ESR of Organogermanium, Organotin and Organolead Radicals
    6. Photoelectron Spectroscopy (PES) of Organometallic Compounds with C[BOND]M (M[DOUBLE BOND]Ge, Sn, Pb) Bonds
    7. Analytical Aspects of Organogermanium Compounds
    8. Analytical Aspects of Organotin Compounds
    9. Analytical Aspects of Organolead Compounds
    10. Synthesis of M(IV) Organometallic Compounds, where M = Ge, Sn, Pb
    11. Acidity, Complexing, Basicity and H-Bonding of Organic Germanium, Tin and Lead Compounds: Experimental and Computational Results
    12. Substituent Effects of Germanium, Tin and Lead Groups
    13. The Electrochemistry of Alkyl Compounds of Germanium, Tin and Lead
    14. The Photochemistry of Organometallic Compounds of Germanium and Lead
    15. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Organic Derivatives of Ge, Sn and Pb
    16. The Environmental Methylation of Germanium, Tin and Lead
    17. Toxicity of Organogermanium Compounds
    18. Organotin Toxicology
    19. Safety and Environmental Effects
  31. Cyclopropyl Group (1995)
    1. Prologue: History of Cyclopropane Derivatives Before 1916
    2. General and Theoretical Aspects of the Cyclopropyl Group
    3. Structural Chemistry of Cyclopropane Derivatives
    4. Interrelations in the Thermochemistry of Cyclopropanes
    5. Recent Advances in Synthesis of Cyclopropanes
    6. Cyclopropane Photochemistry
    7. Cyclopropyl Homoconjugation, Homoaromaticity and Homoantiaromaticity—Theoretical Aspects and Analysis
    8. Cyclopropyl Homoconjugation—Experimental Facts and Interpretations
    9. Thermal Stereomutations of Cyclopropanes and Vinylcyclopropanes
    10. Organometallic Derivatives of Cyclopropanes and their Reactions
    11. Metal Catalysed Cyclopropanation
    12. Cycloproparenes
    13. [1.1.1]Propellanes
    14. Long-Lived Cyclopropylcarbinyl Cations
    15. Spiroannulated Cyclopropanes
  32. Halides, Pseudo-Halides and Azides (1995)
    1. General and Theoretical Aspects of the C[BOND]X bonds (X = F, Cl, Br, I): Integration of Theory and Experiment
    2. The Structural Chemistry of Carbon—Halogen Bonds
    3. Conformational and Chiroptical Properties of Alkyl Halides
    4. Photoelectron Spectra of Compounds with Carbon–Halogen Bonds
    5. Mass spectra and gas-phase ion chemistry of halogen-containing compounds
    6. NMR Spectroscopy
    7. Electron Spin Resonance and Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance
    8. Mössbauer Spectroscopy
    9. Thermochemistry of Halogenated Organic Compounds*
    10. Syntheses and Uses of Isotopically Labelled Organic Halides
    11. Formation of Carbon–Halogen Bonds (Cl, Br, I)
    12. The Formation of the C[BOND]F Bond: The Last Twelve Years
    13. Some Synthetic Uses of Halides
    14. Recent Advances in the Organic Chemistry of Astatine
    15. Functionalization of Organic Molecules by Xenon Fluorides
    16. Recent Advances in the Photochemistry of the Carbon–Halogen Bond
    17. Radiation Chemistry
    18. Electrochemistry of the Carbon–Halogen Bond
    19. Pyrolysis of Organic Halides
    20. Positive Halogen Compounds
    21. Halonium Ions
    22. Reactions of Organic Halides Mediated by Transition Metal Compounds
    23. Eliminations Involving Carbon–Halogen Bonds and Leading to Highly Strained Rings
    24. Recent Advances in the SRN1 Reaction of Organic Halides
    25. Biochemistry of halogenated organic compounds
    26. Atmospheric Chemistry of Organic Halides

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