Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups

Patai's Chemistry of Functional Groups

Online ISBN: 9780470682531

DOI: 10.1002/9780470682531

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  1. Acids and Bases
  2. Additions to X = Y
  3. Analytical Methods
  4. APPL
    1. Advances in Deposition of Main-Group Metal Oxides and Rare-Earth Oxides from Metal Enolates
    2. Advances in Deposition of Metals from Metal Enolates
    3. Advances in Deposition of Transition-Metal Oxides from Metal Enolates
    4. Advances in the Analytical Chemistry of Metal Phenolates
    5. Advances in the use of Lanthanide Enolates as Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Shift Reagents
    6. Applications of Endoperoxides derived from Acenes and Singlet Oxygen
    7. Biological Aspects of Metal Enolates
    8. Catalysis Using β-Diketonato Metal Complexes
    9. Coordination Chemistry and Applications of Phenolic Homooxa- and Homoazacalixarene–Metal Complexes
    10. Coordination Chemistry and Applications of Phenolic Thiacalixarene–Metal Complexes
    11. Coordination Chemistry of Metal Enolato Complexes
    12. Deposition of Metals and Metal Oxides by Means of Metal Enolates
    13. Electrochemistry of Organoaluminum Compounds
    14. Gold-Catalyzed Hydroarylation of Alkynes
    15. Heteroatom-substitued Dioxetanes and their Emerging Biomedical Applications
    16. Luminescence Phenomena Involving Metal Enolates
    17. Manufacture and Uses of the Anilines: A Vast Array of Processes and Products
    18. Medicinal Chemistry of Gold Compounds
    19. Metal Enolates as Synthons in Organic Chemistry
    20. Metal Enolates in Polymer Science and Technology
    21. Nanostructured Hybrid Organic–Inorganic Solids from Molecules to Materials
    22. Organic Conductors Containing Selenium and Tellurium
    23. Organo-Silica Sol–Gel Materials
    24. Organometallic Polymers of Germanium, Tin and Lead
    25. Photophysical and Structural Properties of Rare-Earth Phenolate Compounds
    26. Polymers Based on Phenols
    27. Polysiloles and Related Silole-Containing Polymers
    28. Reactions of Peroxides on Solid Surfaces
    29. Recent Advances in Electrochemical Analytical Methods Involving Metal Enolates
    30. Recent Advances in Nonelectrochemical Analytical Methods Involving Metal Enolates
    31. Recent Advances in the Structure and Properties of Metal–Dithiolene Complexes
    32. Recent Synthetic Applications of Organosilicon Reagents
    33. Si-Containing Ceramic Precursors
    34. Silicon-Based Dendrimers and Hyperbranched Polymers
    35. Some Synthetic Uses of Halides
    36. Structure and Properties of d8 Metal–Dithiolene Complexes
    37. A Summary of Functional Groups Containing Selenium and Tellurium: A Catalog of the Many Groups that are Known and Some that are Not
    38. Synthesis of Metal Enolato Complexes
    39. Synthetic Applications of Allylsilanes and Vinylsilanes
    40. The Chemistry of Metal Thiophenolates
    41. The Coordination and Catalytic Chemistry of Phosphinoferrocene Ligands—A Concise Introduction and Update
    42. The Use of 27Al NMR to Study Aluminum Compounds: A Survey of the Last 25 Years
    43. Advances in Deposition of Main-Group Metal Oxides and Rare-Earth Oxides from Metal Enolates
    44. Advances in Deposition of Metals from Metal Enolates
    45. Advances in Deposition of Transition-Metal Oxides from Metal Enolates
    46. Advances in the Analytical Chemistry of Metal Phenolates
    47. Advances in the use of Lanthanide Enolates as Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Shift Reagents
    48. Applications of Endoperoxides derived from Acenes and Singlet Oxygen
    49. Biological Aspects of Metal Enolates
    50. Catalysis Using β-Diketonato Metal Complexes
    51. Coordination Chemistry and Applications of Phenolic Homooxa- and Homoazacalixarene–Metal Complexes
    52. Coordination Chemistry and Applications of Phenolic Thiacalixarene–Metal Complexes
    53. Coordination Chemistry of Metal Enolato Complexes
    54. Deposition of Metals and Metal Oxides by Means of Metal Enolates
    55. Electrochemistry of Organoaluminum Compounds
    56. Gold-Catalyzed Hydroarylation of Alkynes
    57. Heteroatom-substitued Dioxetanes and their Emerging Biomedical Applications
    58. Luminescence Phenomena Involving Metal Enolates
    59. Manufacture and Uses of the Anilines: A Vast Array of Processes and Products
    60. Medicinal Chemistry of Gold Compounds
    61. Metal Enolates as Synthons in Organic Chemistry
    62. Metal Enolates in Polymer Science and Technology
    63. Nanostructured Hybrid Organic–Inorganic Solids from Molecules to Materials
    64. Organic Conductors Containing Selenium and Tellurium
    65. Organo-Silica Sol–Gel Materials
    66. Organometallic Polymers of Germanium, Tin and Lead
    67. Photophysical and Structural Properties of Rare-Earth Phenolate Compounds
    68. Polymers Based on Phenols
    69. Polysiloles and Related Silole-Containing Polymers
    70. Reactions of Peroxides on Solid Surfaces
    71. Recent Advances in Electrochemical Analytical Methods Involving Metal Enolates
    72. Recent Advances in Nonelectrochemical Analytical Methods Involving Metal Enolates
    73. Recent Advances in the Structure and Properties of Metal–Dithiolene Complexes
    74. Recent Synthetic Applications of Organosilicon Reagents
    75. Si-Containing Ceramic Precursors
    76. Silicon-Based Dendrimers and Hyperbranched Polymers
    77. Some Synthetic Uses of Halides
    78. Structure and Properties of d8 Metal–Dithiolene Complexes
    79. A Summary of Functional Groups Containing Selenium and Tellurium: A Catalog of the Many Groups that are Known and Some that are Not
    80. Synthesis of Metal Enolato Complexes
    81. Synthetic Applications of Allylsilanes and Vinylsilanes
    82. The Chemistry of Metal Thiophenolates
    83. The Coordination and Catalytic Chemistry of Phosphinoferrocene Ligands—A Concise Introduction and Update
    84. The Use of 27Al NMR to Study Aluminum Compounds: A Survey of the Last 25 Years
  5. Biological Chemistry
  6. Catalysis
  7. Cation Radicals
  8. Complexes
  9. Dynamics
  10. Electrochemistry
  11. Electron Spin Resonance
  12. Environment
  13. Gas Phase Chemistry
  14. History
  15. Hydrogen Bonds
  16. Industrial Chemistry
  17. Intermediates
  18. Isotopes
  19. Mass Spectrometry
  20. Mechanisms of Reactions of Group
  21. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance
  22. Nuclear Quadrupole Resonance
  23. Organometallic Derivates
  24. Photochemistry
  25. Photoelectron Spectroscopy
  26. Polymers
  27. Radiation
  28. Radical, Carbenes & Carbenoids
  29. Reactions of the Group
  30. Rearrangements
  31. Reduction and Oxidation
  32. Spectroscopy
  33. Stereochemistry
  34. Structural Chemistry
  35. Substituent Effects
  36. Synthesis of the Group
  37. Theory and computation
  38. Thermochemistry
  39. Toxicology
  40. Transition Metal Compounds

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