Silicon Chemistry: From the Atom to Extended Systems

Silicon Chemistry: From the Atom to Extended Systems

Editor(s): Peter Jutzi, Ulrich Schubert

Published Online: 31 MAY 2007

Print ISBN: 9783527306473

Online ISBN: 9783527610761

DOI: 10.1002/9783527610761

About this Book

The combined results from an international research project involving 40 interdisciplinary groups, providing the latest knowledge from the past few years. Adopting an application-oriented approach, this handy reference is a must-have for every silicon chemist, whether working in inorganic, organic, physical or polymer chemistry, materials science or physics.

Table of contents

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  1. Part I: Reactive Intermediates in Silicon Chemistry – Synthesis, Characterization, and Kinetic Stabilization

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  2. Part I: Reactive Intermediates in Silicon Chemistry - Synthesis, Characterization, and Kinetic Stabilization

    1. Chapter 5

      Oxidation of Matrix-Isolated Silylenes (pages 58–70)

      Wolfram Sander, Holger F. Bettinger, Holger Bornemann, Martin Trommer and Magdalene Zielinski

  3. Part II: Si-Si Systems: From Molecular Building Blocks to Extended Networks

    1. Chapter 9

      Chemistry of Metalated Oligosilanes (pages 118–128)

      Roland Fischer, Dieter Frank, Christian Kayser, Christian Mechtler, Judith Baumgartner and Christoph Marschner

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    3. Chapter 12

      Phase Behavior of n-Alkyl-substituted Polysilanes (pages 159–170)

      Christian Mueller, Christine Peter, Holger Frey1 and Claudia Schmidt

    4. Chapter 21

      Isomers of Neutral Silicon Clusters (pages 281–292)

      Rolf Schäfer, Michael Rosemeyer, Christian Herwig and Jörg August Becker

  4. Part III: Si-O Systems: From Molecular Building Blocks to Extended Networks

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    2. Chapter 26

      Transition Metal Fragment Substituted Silanols of Iron and Tungsten – Synthesis, Structure and Condensation Reactions (pages 348–359)

      Wolfgang Malisch, Marco Hofmann, Matthias Vögler, Dirk Schumacher, Andreas Sohns, Holger Bera and Heinrich Jehle

    3. Chapter 28

      Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of Novel Oligomeric Titanasiloxanes (pages 372–382)

      Prof. Dr. Peter Jutzi, Hans Martin Lindemann, Jörn-oliver Nolte and Manuela Schneider

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