Part 1 (Landolt-Boernstein: Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and Technology - New Series 26E1 2008 ed.)

Part 1 (Landolt-Boernstein: Numerical Data and Functional Relationships in Science and Technology - New Series 26E1 2008 ed.)

By: Robert D. Farley (contributor), Paul Tordo (contributor), Sylvain Marque (contributor), Christopher Charles Rowlands (contributor), R.F.C. Claridge (contributor)Hardback

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Volume II/26 supplements the previous compilations II/l, II/9 and II/17 of the magnetic properties of free radicals which were published in 1965, 1977-1980 and 1986-90. In the form of books and CD ROM it covers the literature from about 1985 to 2001. Due to the still rapid growth of the field and the necessary inclusion of new subjects the volume is divided into subvolumes which will appear in fast succession. Together with the earlier publications volume II/26 offers an up-to-date and comprehensive survey and collection of structures and data on the important chemical intermediates, namely radicals, polyradicals and related species such as carbenes, nitrenes, etc. As before the species have been grouped according to chemical aspects. The contents of the individual subvolumes are indicated on the inside of the front covers. For each group of substances the literature has been compiled and extracted by experts in the fields. A small overlap between the chapters is intentional and allows a maximum of coherence and comprehensiveness of the display. For the reader's convenience an index of substances follows in the last subvolume. Data retrieval is also facilitated by helpful links in the CD ROM version. We wish to thank all the authors for their careful and experienced work and the most agreeable cooperation, the Landolt- Boernstein office, especially Mrs. A.


I General introduction.- III General symbols and abbreviations.- 13.1 Introduction.- 13.2 Phosphinyl radicals X2P* and related species.- 13.3 Phosphonyl (X2P*=O) and thiophosphonyl (X2P*=S) radicals.- 13.4 Phosphoranyl radicals X4P*, including related species.- 13.5 Phosphoniumyl cation radicals X3P*+, phosphine dimer cation radicals X3P*P+X3, phosphate anion radicals, and related species.- 13.6 Miscellaneous.- 14 Radicals centered on other heteroatoms.- 14.2.1 Thiyl radicals of the type RS*, R-S*R, R-S*-R2.- 14.2.2 Sulfinyl radicals of the type R-S*=O.- 14.2.3 Sulfonyl radicals of the type RS*O2.- 14.2.4 Sulfuranyl radicals of the type X-S*-R2, X2-S*-R, S*X3, S*X4.- 14.2.5 Disulfide radicals of the type R-S-S*.- 14.2.6 Cation radicals.- 14.2.7 Anion radicals.- 14.3.1 Silyl radicals X3Si*.- 14.3.2 Silyl radicals from polysilanes.- 14.3.3 Silicon-centered anion radicals.- 14.3.4 Silicon-centered anion radicals from polysilanes.- 14.3.5 Silicon-centered cation radicals.- 14.4.1 Germyl radicals X3Ge*.- 14.4.2 Germanium-centered anion radicals.- 14.4.3 Germanium-centered cation radicals.- 14.5.1 Stannyl radicals X3Sn*.- 14.5.2 Tin-centered anion radicals.- 14.5.3 Tin-centered cation radicals.- 14.6.1 Boryl radicals X3B*.- 14.6.2 Boron-centered anion radicals.- 14.6.3 Boron-centered cation radicals.- 14.7.1 Aluminum-centered neutral radicals.- 14.7.2 Aluminum-centered anion radicals.- 14.8.1 Gallium-centered neutral radicals.- 14.8.2 Gallium-centered radical anions.- 14.9.1 Cation radicals.- 15.1 Introduction.- 15.2.1 Hydrocarbon radical anions.- 15.2.2 Substituted compounds.- 15.3.1 Oxygen containing heterocycles.- 15.3.2 Nitrogen containing heterocycles.- 15.3.3 Sulphur containing heterocycles.- 15.3.4 Phosphorus containing heterocycles.- 15.3.5 Selenium and tellurium containing heterocycles.- 15.3.6 Heterocycles with two or more different heteroatoms.- 15.4 Anion radicals from nitro compounds.- 15.5.1 Esters and thioesters.- 15.5.2 Aldehydes, ketones and their thio analogs.- 15.5.3 Semidiones.- 15.5.4 Acid anhydrides and derivatives.- 15.6.1 Aliphatic azoalkenes.- 15.6.2 Benzo[c]cinnolines and azobenzene derivatives.- 15.6.3 Arylazophosphonates.- 15.6.4 Bidiazines.- 15.6.5 Tetrazines.- 15.7.1 Sulphides and sulphones.- 15.7.2 Imines and imides.- 15.7.3 Fullerenes.- 15.7.4 Tetracyanoquinodimethanes.- 15.7.5 Phenylcarbonitriles.- 15.7.6 Phosphaalkenes.- 15.7.7 Silanes.

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  • ISBN13: 9783540432746
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 333
  • ID: 9783540432746
  • ISBN10: 3540432744
  • edition: 2008 ed.

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