2 edition of Transition-metal derivatives of group IVB compounds. found in the catalog.
Transition-metal derivatives of group IVB compounds.
Richard Alan Burnham
Written in English
Thesis (Ph. D.)--The Queen"s University of Belfast, 1973.
|The Physical Object|
In organometallic chemistry, a transition metal indenyl complex is a coordination compound that contains one or more indenyl ligands. The indenyl ligand is formally the anion derived from deprotonation of η 5-indenyl ligand is related to the η 5 cyclopentadienyl anion (Cp), thus indenyl analogues of many cyclopentadienyl complexes are known.. Indenyl ligands lack the 5-fold. Transition metal carbides, nitrides and carbonitrides are An extensive literature review on the present knowledge a very interesting class of compounds because they have a of the elastic properties.
Lately, there has been much interest in the chemistry of Main Group elements with novel compounds being synthesised both in academia and industry. This book examines their synthesis, structure and how they behave chemically. The second edition follows the same structure as the first except that the biochemistry section has been removed to allow for the inclusion of a wide range of new material. The Chemistry of Group 13/15 Compounds (III—V Compounds) with the Higher Homologues of Gr Sb and Bi Article in ChemInform (1) .
From metal compounds and ligand, ligand displacement.- Substitution by organometallic derivatives of main group elements.- Alkyls and aryls.- Allyls.- Cyclopentadienyls.- Hein's 'polyphenyl' complexes.- Substition using organometallic derivatives of the transition elements: ligand transfer.- From complex transition metal anions and halides Preparation and characterization of transition metal carbonyl derivatives of magnesium. Evidence for direct metal-metal bonding between magnesium and a transition metal. Inorganic Chemistry , 14 (9), DOI: /icaCited by:
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This book describes all aspects of the physics of transition metal compounds, providing a comprehensive overview of this diverse class of solids. Set within a modern conceptual framework, this is an invaluable, up-to-date resource for graduate students, researchers and industrial practitioners in solid-state physics and chemistry, materials science, and inorganic by: Metal-metal bonding in transition metal compounds has become widely recognized in the past decade.
Hitherto interest has centered mainly around interactions between two or more transition metal atoms, but more recently there has been a renewed interest in bonding between transition and nontransition metals.
Compounds with bismuth, zinc, cadmium, mercury Group IIIB metals, and Group IVB metals Cited by: This book describes all aspects of the physics of transition metal compounds, providing a comprehensive overview of this diverse class of solids.
Set within a modern conceptual framework, this is an invaluable, up-to-date resource for graduate students, researchers and industrial practitioners in solid-state physics and chemistry, 5/5(2). Ina new class of 2D layered materials, namely, group‐IVB transition metal trichalcogenides (TMTCs), has been uncovered.
A prototypical representative of this new class of 2D materials is TiS 3 whose monolayer is predicted to possess a direct band gap of about 1 eV [close to that ( eV) of bulk silicon], and relatively high carrier Cited by: Ina new class of 2D layered materials, namely, group-IVB transition metal trichalcogenides (TMTCs), has been uncovered.
A prototypical representative of this new class of 2D materials is TiS3 whose monolayer is predicted to possess a direct band gap of about 1 eV [close to that ( eV) of bulk silicon], and relatively high carrier Cited by: Transition‐metal Silicon Clusters. Early Transition‐metal Derivatives Methods Employing Main‐group Metal Silyl Compounds.
Methods Involving Cleavage of Si H Bonds. Related F‐element Derivatives. Transition‐metal Silylene Complexes Indirect Evidence for Coordinated Silylenes. Attempted PreparationsCited by: Mass spectrometry of systems containing a group IVB—transition metal bond: I.
The phenyl- and pentafluorophenyl- silicon, -germanium and -tin derivatives of pentacarbonylmanganese The phenyl- and pentafluorophenyl- silicon, -germanium and -tin derivatives of pentacarbonylmanganeseAuthor: H.C. Clark, A.T. Rake. Click on the title to browse this book.
Group IVB transition metal trichalcogenides: A new class of 2D layered materials beyond graphene Article in Wiley interdisciplinary reviews: Computational Molecular Science. 6(2):n/a-n/a March. For the first time the discipline of modern inorganic chemistry has been systematized according to a plan constructed by a council of editorial advisors and consultants, among them three Nobel laureates (E.O.
Fischer, H. Taube and G. Wilkinson). Transition-metal derivatives of group IVB compounds Author: Burnham, Richard Alan ISNI: Awarding Body: Queen's University Belfast Current Institution: Queen's University Belfast Date of Award: Availability of Full Text.
Advances in the Chemistry of σ-Derivatives of Group IVB-VIB Transition Metals ev and skaya A systematic account is given of the literature data on the methods of synthesis and reactivities of transition metal σ-derivatives R n M and R n MX m _ n. Furthermore, it was found that in the presence of methyl aluminoxane, the homoleptic σ‐alkyl derivatives of IVB transition metals, such as Zr(CH 2 C 6 H 5) 4, are also able to Cited by: J.
Zuckerman is the editor of Inorganic Reactions and Methods, Volume 12B, The Formation of Bonds to Elements of Group IVB - C, Si, Ge, Sn, Pb, Part 4, published by Wiley. Hagen is the editor of Inorganic Reactions and Methods, Volume 12B, The Formation of Bonds to Elements of Group IVB - C, Si, Ge, Sn, Pb, Part 4, published by Wiley.
A Transition Metal Carbonyl Probe for Use in a Highly Specific and Sensitive SERS-Based Assay for Glucose. Main Group Metal Chemistry29 (5) Group IVB organometallic sulphides. Journal of Organometallic Chemistry(2), DOI: /SX(00) Cited by: Purchase Transition-Metal Organometallic Chemistry - 1st Edition.
Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. The reaction of the appropriate phenylgermanium halide with the transition metal anions Mn(CO) — 5 or Fe(CCO) 2 Cp — (M′) in THF gave the compounds Ph 3—n Cl n GeM′ (n = 1 or 2), while the analogous silicon compounds were prepared by the reaction of the appropriate phenylchloro- or phenylfluorophenyl-silane with the transition metal carbonyl dimers.
The reactivities of the Cited by: Organogermanium derivatives of manganese carbonyl. Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR Division of Chemical Science17 (1), DOI: /BF J.F. Young. Transition Metal Complexes with Group IVB Elements.
, DOI: /S(08) Compounds with Transition Metal—Carbon π-Bonds and Compounds of Groups (Ni, Pd, Pt, Co, Rh, Ir, Fe, Ru, Os) Category 2, Hetarenes and Related Ring Systems. Five-Membered Hetarenes with One Chalcogen and One Additional Heteroatom.
Transition metal compounds containing bonds to zinc, cadmium, or mercury have been known for quite some time, the first such compound, Fe(CO) 4 (HgCl) 2, being reported in 1 It was not until the late s, however, that broadly applicable synthetic methods were developed for forming bonds between the group 12 elements and a wide range of.
Reactivity of Main-Group transition-metal bonds. Journal of Organometallic Chemistry(), DOI: /X(91)F. Satoru Onaka, Yoshio Kato. 17 O NMR Study of Metal Carbonyl Cluster Compounds. by: J. Phys. Chem. All Publications/Website. OR SEARCH CITATIONS. - Results and Discussion Reactions with hydrogen chloride which lead to cleavage of the Group IVB metal-carbon bond are summarized in Table 1, while those which lead to Group IVB-transition metal bond cleavage are shown in Table : R.E.J.
Bichler, H.C. Clark, B.K. Hunter, A.T. Rake.