Organosilicon Chemistry V: From Molecules to Materials

Organosilicon Chemistry V: From Molecules to Materials

Editor(s): Norbert Auner, Johann Weis

Published Online: 5 MAY 2008

Print ISBN: 9783527306701

Online ISBN: 9783527619924

DOI: 10.1002/9783527619924

About this Book

Never change a winning team.

The fifth volume in this renowned series retains the established and successful concept: Leading experts from academia and industry present a comprehensive and detailed overview of the latest results in organosilicon chemistry.

- Synthesis and characterization of new organosilicon compounds
- Applications in polymer and materials science
- Summary of the latest research results

The result is a unique collection of first-hand information, vital for every expert working in this field.

Table of contents

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    2. Chapter 2

      Reactions of Silicon Atoms — an Access to Unusual Molecules (pages 5–10)

      Günther Maier, Hans Peter Reisenauer, Heiko Egenolf and Jörg Glatthaar

    3. Chapter 5

      New Reactions of Stable Silylenes (pages 19–26)

      Robert West, Daniel F. Moser, Michael Haaf, Thomas A. Schmedake and Ilia Guzei

    4. Chapter 6

      Insertion Reactions of the Stable Silylene Si[(NCH2tBu)2C6H4-1,2] (pages 27–33)

      Floria Antolini, Xiaoping Cai, Barbara Gehrhus, Peter B. Hitchcock, Michael F. Lappert, Massimo Parrucci and J. Chris Slootweg

    5. Chapter 8

      Synthesis and Chemistry of Some Bridged Silicocations (pages 45–49)

      Paul D. Lickiss, Phindile C. Masangane, Wazir Sohal and Guilaine L. Veneziani

    6. Chapter 9

      New Donor-Stabilized Organosilicon Cations: Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity (pages 50–54)

      Andreas Bockholt, Thomas Braun, Peter Jutzi, Beate Neumann, Anja Stammler and Hans-Georg Stammler

    7. Chapter 14

      Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of Intramolecularly Donor-Stabilized Silenes (pages 82–91)

      Martin Mickoleit, Matthias Pötter, Ute Bäumer, Kathleen Schmohl, Hartmut Oehme and Rhett Kempe

    8. Chapter 18

      The Formation of a Solid from the Reaction SiCl4(g) + O2(g) = SiO2(s) + 2 Cl2(g) (pages 126–129)

      Michael Binnewies, Andreas Kornick, Marion Jerzembeck, Andreas Wilkening and Heike Quellhorst

    9. Chapter 20

      The Conformational Preference of the Methyl Group in 1-Methyl-1-Silacyclohexane (pages 135–138)

      Ingvar Arnason, Agust Kvaran, Sigridur Jonsdottir, Palmar I. Gudnason and Heinz Oberhammer

    10. Chapter 58

      Esterification Study of Acetoxysilane by Alcohols and Phenols (pages 344–347)

      Victor Kopylov, Vladimir Ivanov, Marina Zheneva, Vyacheslav Kireev and Valerii Djakov

    11. Chapter 67

      Catalytic Activity of Rhodium-Siloxide Complexes in Hydrosilylation of Allyl Ethers and Allyl Esters (pages 415–419)

      Bogdan Marciniec, Edyta Walczuk, Paulina Błażejewska-Chadyniak, Dariusz Chadyniak, Małgorzata Kujawa-Welten and Stanisław Krompiec

    12. Chapter 70

      Synthesis of Cyclopentadienyl-Substituted Polyhedral Zirconasiloxanes (pages 429–434)

      Hans Martin Lindemann, Beate Neumann, Hans-Georg Stammler, Anja Stammler and Peter Jutzi

    13. Chapter 72

      Metal Complexes Containing Extended-Reach Siloxypyridine and Related Ligands (pages 447–450)

      David M. L. Goodgame, Paul D. Lickiss, Stephanie J. Rooke, Andew J. P. White and David J. Williams

    14. Chapter 82

      Solvent Role in the Triethoxysilane Direct Process (pages 514–517)

      Alexander Gorshkov, Victor Kopylov, Anna Markacheva and Alexander Polivanov

    15. Chapter 83

      Methylsilane Production by Means of Methyldiethoxysilane Catalytic Disproportionation (pages 518–521)

      Evgenii Belov, Galina Dubrovskaya, Nikolay Efimov, Salomonida Kleshcevnikova, Evgenii Korobkov and Evgenii Lebedev

    16. Chapter 85

      New Organofunctional Silanes for Adhesives, Sealants and Spray Foams (pages 527–535)

      A. Bauer, T. Kammel, B. Pachaly, O. Schäfer, W. Schindler, V. Stanjek and J. Weis

    17. Chapter 95

      Oligoethylsiloxane Modification (pages 595–599)

      Aleksei Gureev, Vladimir Zverev, Tat'yana Koroleva, Mikhail Lotarev and Sergei Natsjuk

    18. Chapter 98

      New Textile Softener, Rhodorsil® Hydrosoft (pages 612–621)

      Gilles Lorentz, Josette Chardon, Martial Deruelle and Caroll Vergelati

    19. Chapter 100

      Organo-Modified Hydropolysiloxanes for Release Control in Silicone Paper Coatings (pages 632–637)

      Christine Strissel, Oskar Nuyken, Jochen Dauth, Christian Herzig and Hans Lautenschläger

    20. Chapter 102

      Polycarbosilanes as Precursors of Novel Membrane Materials (pages 641–644)

      Hieronim Maciejewski, Piotr Pawluć, Bogdan Marciniec, Ireneusz Kownacki, Wioletta Maciejewska and Mariusz Majchrzak

    21. Chapter 104

      Adhesion of Silicone Coatings to Plastic Films (pages 650–658)

      Lesley-Ann O'Hare, Stuart R. Leadley, Bhukan Parbhoo and John G. Francis

    22. Chapter 109

      PDMS-b-PEO Block Copolymers as Surfactants in the Synthesis of Mesostructured Silica: A Theoretical and Practical Approach (pages 689–695)

      Dietmar Sturmayr, Josef Bauer, Beatrice Launay, Guido Kickelbick, Nicola Hüsing, Anthony P. Malanoski, Dhaval A. Doshi and Frank Van Swol

    23. Chapter 117

      Fumed Silica — Rheological Additive for Adhesives, Resins, and Paints (pages 752–766)

      Herbert Barthel, Michael Dreyer, Torsten Gottschalk-Gaudig, Victor Litvinov and Ekaterina Nikitina

    24. Chapter 118

      Morphology of Toner-Silica Interfaces (pages 767–771)

      Sabine Hild, Herbert Barthel, Mario Heinemann, Ute Voelkel and Johan N. Weis

    25. Chapter 123

      Spinel-SiAlONs — A New Group of Silicon-Based Hard Materials (pages 808–813)

      Marcus Schwarz, Rama S. Komaragiri, Andreas Zerr, Edwin Kroke, Ralf Riedel, Gerhard Miehe and James E. Lowther

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