Chalcogen-nitrogen chemistry involves the study of compounds that exhibit a linkage between nitrogen and sulfur, selenium or tellurium atoms. Such studies have both fundamental and practical importance. A Guide to Chalcogen-Nitrogen Chemistry examines the role of chalcogen-nitrogen compounds in areas ranging from solid-state inorganic chemistry to biochemistry. The discussion covers fundamental questions concerning the bonding in electron-rich systems, as well as potential practical applications of polymers and materials with novel magnetic or electrical properties. This book is the only account of this important topic to appear in the last twenty-five years, and coupled with its extensive literature coverage of very recent developments, this comprehensive guide is essential for anyone working in the field. The treatment is unique in providing a comparison of sulfur, selenium and tellurium systems, with an approach intended to emphasize general concepts that will be helpful to the non-specialist. Each chapter is designed to be self-contained, and there are extensive cross-references between chapters.
Formation of Chalcogen-Nitrogen Bonds Applications of Physical Methods Electronic Structures and Reactivity Patterns Binary Systems Cyclic Chalcogen Imides Metal Complexes Chalcogen-Nitrogen Halides Chalcogen-Nitrogen Oxides Acyclic Organochalcogen-Nitrogen Compounds Five-Membered Carbon-Nitrogen-Chalcogen Ring Systems: From Radicals to Functional Materials Six-Membered and Larger Carbon-Nitrogen-Chalcogen Ring Systems Heterocyclothia- and Selena-Azenes Chalcogen-Nitrogen Chains and Polymers Weak Intramolecular Chalcogen-Nitrogen Interactions
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