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Inorganic Syntheses #34: Inorganic Synthesesby John R. Shapley
Synopses & Reviews
This series provides inorganic chemists with detailed and foolproof procedures for the preparation of important and timely compounds. Volume 34 continues to report such procedures with an up-to-date selection of contributions by internationally-recognized researchers, including the following:
Book News Annotation:
As in previous volumes of the series, this volume contains a collection of procedures that reflect a diversity of inorganic synthetic activities in modern research. Thematic chapters comprised of collections of laboratory procedures describe syntheses for main group compounds, some related to metal complexes; mononuclear organometallic and coordination complexes; transition metal compounds containing carbonyl ligands; polynuclear metal complexes with the cyanide ligand as a linking agent; and other types of polynuclear and cluster compounds. After each procedure is presented, there is discussion of the physical and chemical characteristics of the synthesized material, as well as some indication of their possible applications.
Annotation ©2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Table of Contents
Chapter One: MAIN GROUP COMPOUNDS.
Chapter Two: ORGANOMETALLIC AND COORDINATION COMPLEXES.
Chapter Three: TRANSITION METAL CARBONYL COMPOUNDS.
Chapter Four: CYANIDE COMPOUNDS.
Chapter Five: CLUSTER AND POLYNUCLEAR COMPOUNDS.
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