Alwyn Davies did his Ph.D. work in physical organic chemistry at University College London under the supervision of Sir Christopher Ingold, then worked for four years at Battersea Polytechnic in close association with Joseph Kenyon. He then returned to UCL where he has been successively Lecturer, Reader, and Professor. He has held visiting professorships at Indiana, Bordeaux, Freiburg, Deakin, and the Australian National University, and at the National Research Council (Ottawa). His work has covered the interconnecting themes of organic peroxides, organometallic chemistry, free radical chemistry, and the organic and organometallic applications of ESR spectroscopy, and his published work includes a book on Organic Peroxides (1961), and the first edition of Organotin Chemistry (1997).
1. Introduction. 2. Physical Methods and Physical Data. 3. The Stannyl Group as a Substituent. 4. Formation of the Carbon-Tin Bond. 5. Alkylstannanes. 6. Functionally-substituted Alkylstannanes. 7. Aryl- and Heteroaryl-stannanes. 8. Alkenyl- and Alkynyl-stannanes, and Stannacyclopentadienes. 9. Allyl-, Allenyl-, Propargyl, and Cyclopentadienyl-stannanes. 10. Stannacycloalkanes. 11. Organotin Halides. 12. Organotin Hydroxides and Oxides. 13. Organotin Carboxylates and Other Oxyesters. Stannylium Ions. 14. Organotin Alkoxides, Phenoxides, and Peroxides. 15. Organotin Hydrides. 16. Compounds with Sn-N Bonds. 17. Compounds with Sn-S Bonds. 18. Compounds with Sn-Sn Bonds. 19. Compounds with Tin-metal Bonds. 20. Organotin Radicals and Radical Ions. 21. Stannylenes, Distannenes, and Stannenes. 22. Organic Synthesis: Tin/Lithium Transmetallation, the Stille Reaction, and the Removal of Tin Residues. 23. Applications, Environmental Issues, and Analysis. Author Index. Subject Index.
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