Inorganic Reactions and Methods, The Formation of Bonds to Elements of Group IVB (C, Si, Ge, Sn, Pb), Part 4
A. P. Hagen
John Wiley & Sons, Sep 17, 2009 - Science - 631 pages
For the first time the discipline of modern inorganic chemistry has been systematized according to a plan constructed by a council of editorial advisors and consultants, among them three Nobel laureates (E.O. Fischer, H. Taube and G. Wilkinson).
Rather than producing a collection of unrelated review articles, the series creates a framework which reflects the creative potential of this scientific discipline. Thus, it stimulates future development by identifying areas which are fruitful for further research.
The work is indexed in a unique way by a structured system which maximizes its usefulness to the reader. It augments the organization of the work by providing additional routes of access for specific compounds, reactions and other topics.
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acyl Alkali-Metal Carbanions alkyl halides Allg allyl analogs Angew anion Anorg aryl atoms benzene Carbanions carbene complexes carbides carbon Carbon-Transition and Inner cationic Chem Chemistry Chim chloride compounds crystals cyclopentadienyl Dalton Trans derivatives dimers E. K. STORMS E. O. Fischer Engl F. G. A. Stone ﬁrst Formation of Carbon-Transition give heating hydride Inner Transition Metal Inner Transition-Metal Inorg isolated K. M. Mackay ligand M. F. Lappert M. J. NEWLANDS metal carbonyls Na[Cp Nucl nucleophilic obtained Organic Halides Organomet Organometallic Chemistry Organometallics Organotin oxidative addition phosphine PPh3 prepared Reaction with LiR Reaction with MCp Reaction with RMgX reactive reacts reagents salts silanes silicides Silicon solution solvent species stable stoichiometry Sublime synthesis THF reﬂux TlCp toluene Tosylates Tosylates and Acetates Transition Metal Bond transmetallation W. A. G. Graham Wilkinson yield