Chains, Clusters, Inclusion Compounds, Paramagnetic Labels, and Organic Rings
Newnes, Dec 2, 2012 - Science - 678 pages
The role of stereochemistry to elucidate reaction patterns and physico-chemical properties in topical subjects ranging from inorganic to organic chemistry are treated in the fifth and final volume of this series. Detailed accounts are given to study: chaining in polyphosphates, electron-transfers in carbonyl clusters, inclusion of organometallic molecules in cyclodextrins, stereochemistry of paramagnetic metal complexes by labeling with nitroxyl radicals, stereocontrol in organic syntheses assisted by inorganic complexes.
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Chapter 2 STEREOCHEMICAL ASPECTS OF THE REDOX PROPENSITY OF HOMOMETAL CARBONYL CLUSTERS
Chapter 3 PREPARATION PROPERTIES AND STEREOCHEMICAL ASPECTS OF INCLUSION COMPOUNDS OF ORGANOMETALLIC COMPL...
Chapter 4 METALNITROXYL INTERACTIONS AS PROBES OF STEREOCHEMISTRY
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