Inorganic Syntheses (Inorganic Syntheses 33)

Inorganic Syntheses (Inorganic Syntheses 33)

By: Dimitri Coucouvanis (editor)Hardback

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New procedures and compounds for students and professionals in the field of inorganic chemistry The Inorganic Syntheses series provides all users of inorganic substances with detailed and foolproof procedures for the preparation of important and timely compounds. In Volume 33, editor Dimitri Coucouvanis collects syntheses that present new or revised experimental procedures that are applicable to a variety of related compounds, as well as syntheses of individual compounds that are of interest or importance. Chapter topics are comprised of syntheses of selected supramolecules, useful reagents/ligands, solid state materials/clusters, and compounds of general interest, including mesityl-gold (I)complexes and zero valent binuclear nickel complexes, among many others All the syntheses presented have been tested. Inorganic, organic, and organometallic chemists, as well as materials scientists, instructors, and graduate students will find the research, methods, and compounds contained here invaluable to their scientific pursuits.

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DIMITRI COUCOUVANIS, PhD, is Professor of Chemistry at the University of Michigan.


Chapter One. SYNTHESES OF SELECTED SUPRAMOLECULES. 1. Toward Magnetic Building Blocks: Synthesis of a Planar Co(III)A-cation RadicalA-cobalt(III) Complex of the Binucleating Ligand 1,2,4,5 Tetrakis(2 hydroxy 2 methylpropanamido)benzene.2. A Luminescent Decanuclear Ruthenium(II) Polypyridine Complex: A Convergent Approach to a Dendritic Structure Employing the "Complexes as Metals/Complexes as Ligands" Synthetic Strategy.3. Dodecatungstoaluminic Acid and Its Monolacunary and Mixed Addendum Derivatives.Supramolecular Complexes of BisBis(2,2 bipyridine)osmium(II) and Ruthenium(II).5. Binuclear OxomolybdenumA-Metalloporphyrin Complexes.6. Iron Sandwich Polyoxoanion Compounds.7. Dipyrryl and Porphyrinic Precursors to Supramolecular Conjugated (Porphinato)metal Arrays: Syntheses of Dipyrrylmethane and (5,15 diphenylporphinato)zinc(II).8. Synthesis of Dodecaoxohexadecacarboxylatotetraaquo dodecamanganese [Mn12 O12 (O2 CR)16 (H2 O)4 ] (R Me,Et,Ph,Cr) Complexes.9. Use of Picolinehydroximate Complexes in Preparation of Uranyl and Lanthanide 15 Metallacrown 5: UO2 (NO3 )2 [15 MCCu(II)N(pic) 15] and {Eu(NO3 )2 [15 MCCu(II)N(pic) 15]}NO3.10. Use of Salicyl and Naphthoylhydroximate Complexes in Preparation of Manganese and Copper 12 Metallacrown 4 Complexes: Mn(II)(Acetate)2 [Mn(III)(salicylhydroximate)]4 and (Tetramethylammonium)2 [Cu(II)5 (naphthoylhydroximate)4 ].Chapter Two. USEFUL REAGENTS AND LIGANDS.11. Homoleptic Transition Metal Acetonitrile Cations with Tetrafluoroborate or Trifluoromethanesulfonate Anions.12. Synthesis of [M II (NCMe)6 ] 2 t (M V,Cr,Mn,Fe,Co,Ni) Salts of Tetra[3,5 bis(trifluoromethyl)phenyl]borate.13. Transition Metal p Toluenesulfonates.14. Salts of Binuclear Iron(II) and Iron(III) Dianions [(Fe2 Cl6 ) 2 and (Fe2 OCl6 ) 2 ].15. Tetraethylammonium Tetrathioperrhenate Et4 N(ReS4 ).16. Large Scale Synthesis of Methyltrioxorhenium (CH3 ReO3 ).17. 4,5 Diaminocatechol: A Useful Building Block in Synthesis of Multimetallic Complexes.18. A Convenient Synthesis of 1,5,9 Trithiacyclododecane (S3 C9 H18 ). Chapter Three. SOLID STATE MATERIALS AND CLUSTERSP.19. Synthesis of Quaternary Selenophosphates using Molten Salt Fluxes: Rb8 Hg4 (Se2 )2 (PSe4 )4 ,K4 In2 (PSe5 )2 (P2 Se6 ), Rb4 Ti2 (P2 Se7 )(P2 Se9 )2 ,Rb4 U4 (Se)2 (Se2 )4 (PSe4 )4.20. Hydrothermal Synthesis of Sulfosalts: Ag3 AsS3 ,Ag3 SbS3 , Ag7 SbS6 ,Cu12 Sb4 S13 , CuInS2 , FeIn2 S4.21. Open Framework Solids of the Vanadium OxideA-Phosphate System. 22. Sulfur Bridged Incomplete Cubane Type Molybdenum and Tungsten Aqua Ions.23. Sulfur Bridged Cubane Type Mixed Metal Clusters with Mo3 MS4 (M Fe,Co,Ni,Cu,In,Sn) and W3 NiS4 Cores.24. Molybdenum and Tungsten Clusters as Aqua Ions [M3 Q4 (H2 O)9 ] 4 t (M Mo,W; Q S,Se) and Related Chalcogen Rich Trinuclear Clusters.Chapter Four. COMPOUNDS OF GENERAL INTEREST.25. The Diphenylmethylenethiophosphinate (MTP) Ligand in Gold(I), Platinum(II), Lead(II), Thallium(I), and Mercury(II) Complexes, sym Au2 (MTP)2 , (PPN)[Au(MTP)2 ], Au2 Pt(MTP)4 ,Au2 Pb(MTP)4 , AuTl(MTP)4 , Hg(MTP)2 , Hg(MTP)2 (AuCl)2 , and Hg II Au I (MTP)Au III Cl4.26. Mesityl gold(I) Complexes.27. An Improved Synthesis of cis Dithiocyanato bis(4,4 dicarboxy 2,2 bpy) Ru(II) Sensitizer.28. Dimethylsulfoxide Complexes of Platinum(II): K[PtCl3 (Me2 SO)], cis [PtCl2 L(Me2 SO)] (L Me2 SO,MeCN), [PtCl( Cl)(Me2 SO)]2 , and [Pt(Me2 SO)4 ](CF3 SO3 )2.29. Tetrasulfur tetranitride (S4 N4 ).30. Hydrotris(methimazolyl)borate.31. Arsenic(III)bromide.32. Dichlorodioxo bis(triphenylphosphine oxide)uranium(VI) [UO2 Cl2 (OPPh3 )2 ].33. Chlorohydro tris(pyrazol 1 yl)borato bis(triphenylphosphine) ruthenium(II) {RuCl[ 3 HB(pz)](PPh3 )2 } (pz pyrazol 1 yl).34. Octacarbonyl di hydridodirhenium [Re2 ( H)2 (CO)8 ].35. Zero Valent Binuclear Nickel Complexes.36. Preparation of a Synthetic Ribonuclease: The Europium(III) Complex of 1 (4 nitrobenzyl) 4,7,10 Tris(carbamoylmethyl) 1,4,7,10 tetraazacyclododecane.37. Carbonyl Halide Tungsten(II) Complexes of Tris(3,5 dimethylpyrazolyl)hydroborate.38. A Luminescent Complex of Re(I): fac [Re(CO)3 (bpy)(py)](CF3 SO3 ) (bpy 2.2 bipyridine; py=pyridine).39. RSi(OH)3 and RSi(NH2 )3 [R 2,6 iPr2 C6 H3 N(SiMe3 )]: Synthesis of Stable Organosilanes with Three Functional Groups.40. Fluorination with Me3 SnF: Synthesis of Cyclopentadienyl Substituted Group 4 Metal Fluoride Complexes.41. Seven Coordinate [MI2 (CO)3 (NCMe)2 ], [MI2 (CO)3 (NCMe)(PPh3 )], and Alkyne [MI2 (CO)(NCMe)( 2 RC2 R)2 ] Complexes of Molybdenum(II) and Tungsten(II).42. Chlorothiocarbonyl bis(triphenylphosphine)iridium(I) [IrCl(CS)(PPh3)2].Contributor Index. Subject Index.Formula Index.

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  • publication date: 29/04/2002
  • ISBN13: 9780471208259
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 304
  • ID: 9780471208259
  • weight: 506
  • ISBN10: 0471208256

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