Organometallic Chemistry of the Transition Elements

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Springer Science & Business Media, 29 de jun de 2013 - 758 páginas
Organometallic chemistry belongs to the most rapidly developing area of chemistry today. This is due to the fact that research dealing with the structure of compounds and chemical bonding has been greatly intensified in recent years. Additionally, organometallic compounds have been widely utilized in catalysis, organic synthesis, electronics, etc. This book is based on my lectures concerning basic organometallic chemistry for fourth and fifth year chemistry students and on my lectures concerning advanced organometallic chemistry and homogeneous catalysis for Ph.D. graduate students. Many recent developments in the area of organometallic chemistry as weIl as homogeneous catalysis are presented. Essential research results dealing with a given class of organometallic compounds are discussed briefly. Results of physicochemical research methods of various organometallic compounds as weIl as their synthesis, properties, structures, reactivities, and applications are discussed more thoroughly. The selection of tabulated data is arbitrary because, often, it has been impossible to avoid omissions. Nevertheless, these data can be very helpful in understanding properties of organometaIlic compounds and their reactivities. All physical data are given in SI units; the interatomic distances are given in pm units in figures and tables. I am indebted to Professor S. A. Duraj for translating and editing this book. His remarks, discussions, and suggestions are greatly appreciated. I also express gratitude to Virginia E. Duraj for editing and proofreading.
 

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Introduction to Organometallic Chemistry
1
References
20
Metal Carbonyl Hydrides
96
Metal Carbonyl Complexes Possessing Column Structures
121
MetalMetal Bonds and Clusters
129
Clusters as Models of Metallic Lattices of Catalysts
155
NMR Spectra of Clusters
163
Properties of Clusters
169
Cyclopropenyl Complexes
461
References
468
Reactions of Cyclobutadiene Complexes
500
Compounds Containing FiveElectron ſtLigands
510
Mass Spectra
529
Properties of Cyclopentadienyl Complexes
538
Polynuclear and Cluster Cyclopentadienyl Complexes
554
References
569

Reactions of Clusters
179
References
193
Compounds Containing 1e CarbonDonor Ligands
199
Properties of Complexes Containing MetalCarbon a Bonds
227
Reactions of Complexes Containing MetalCarbon a Bonds
253
Activation of Hydrocarbons
262
References
269
Carbene and Carbyne Complexes
277
Methods of Preparation of Carbyne Complexes
300
Properties of Carbene and Carbyne Complexes
307
Applications of Carbene and Carbyne Complexes
322
Compounds Containing TwoElectron ſtLigands
327
Complexes Containing Heteroolefins
379
Properties of Acetylene Complexes
398
Reactions of Acetylene Complexes
404
Complexes Containing RC Y and RYC Ligands
412
References
421
Complexes Containing SixElectron ſtLigands
575
Mass Spectra
585
Application of Arene Complexes
599
Methods of Preparation of Cycloheptatrienyl and Cyclooctatetraene
609
References
616
Applications of Isocyanide Complexes
640
Application of Organometallic Compounds in Homogeneous Catalysis
647
Hydrogenation
655
Isomerization of Olefins
670
Carbonylation Reactions
690
Hydrocyanation
702
Reduction of Carbon Monoxide the FischerTropsch Synthesis
714
Reactions of Carbon Dioxide
725
Amination and Amoxidation Reactions
731
Abbreviations
745
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