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Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 34

ISBN: 978-0-471-64750-8
288 pages
April 2004
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This series provides inorganic chemists with detailed and foolproof procedures for the preparation of important and timely compounds. Volume 34 continues to report such procedures with an up-to-date selection of contributions by internationally-recognized researchers, including the following:
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Chapter One MAIN GROUP COMPOUNDS.

1. Diborane(4) Compounds.

2. Sodium Tetrakis(3,5-bis(trifluoromethyl)phenyl)borate, Na[B(3,5-(CF3)2C6H3)4].

3. Anionic Tris- and Bis(diphenylphosphinomethyl)borates.

4. Six-Coordinate Aluminum Cations Based on Salen Ligands.

5. Tabular α-Alumina.

6. Para-Substituted Aryl Isocyanides.

7. Unsymmetric Tripod Ligands Related to Tris(pyrazol-1-yl)methane.

8. Difluorotriphenylarsenic(V), AsF2Ph3.

9. Tetramethylammonium Salts of Superoxide and Peroxynitrite.

10. Tellurium–Nitrogen Compounds.

Chapter Two ORGANOMETALLIC AND COORDINATION COMPLEXES.

11. Addition Compounds of Dibromodioxomolybdenum(VI).

12. Oxorhenium(V) Oxazoline Complexes for Oxygen Atom Transfer.

13. Allyl and Dienyl Complexes of Ruthenium.

14. Tris(4,7-diphenyl-1,10-phenanthroline)ruthenium(II) Chloride, [Ru(4,7-Ph2phen)3]Cl2.

15. Metal Complexes of a Diimino(tetracyano)pyrrolizinide Ligand Derived from Tetracyanoethylene.

16. Cationic Pt(II) Complexes of Tridentate Amine Ligands.

17. Platinum(II) Complexes of Propanone Oxime.

18. Trifluoromethanesulfonatosilver(I) Derivatives.

19. Pentakis(tetrahydrofuran)dicadmium Tetrakis(tetrafluoroborate), [Cd2(THF)5][BF4]4.

20. Di(µ-chloro)bis{chlorodioxobis(tetrahydrofuran)uranium(VI)}, {UO2Cl2(THF)2}2.

Chapter Three TRANSITION METAL CARBONYL COMPOUNDS.

21. Hexacarbonylvanadate(1-) and Hexacarbonylvanadium(0).

22. Tricarbonyltris(pyridine)molybdenum(0) and Its Use as a Mo(0) Source for Allylmolybdenum(II) Complexes.

23. A Tungsten(0)–Fullerene-60 Derivative.

24. Dodecacarbonyltriruthenium, Ru3(CO)12.

25. Dicarbonylbis(hexafluoroacetylacetonato)ruthenium, Ru(CO)2(hfac)2.

26. Carbonyl Complexes of Ruthenium(II) from Dimethylformamide.

27. Rhodium(I) and Iridium(I) Carbonyl Complexes.

28. Useful Mononuclear Rhodium(I) and Iridium(I) Compounds.

Chapter Four CYANIDE COMPOUNDS.

29. Hexacyanometallates as Templates for Discrete Pentanuclear and Heptanuclear Bimetallic Clusters.

30. A Mixed-Valence Heptanuclear Iron Complex.

31. Potassium Hexacyanochromate(III) and Its 13C-Enriched Analog.

32. Two Polynuclear Nickel(II)–Hexacyanochromate(III) Complexes.

33. Trimethyltriazacyclononanechromium(III) Complexes and a Chromium(III)-Nickel(II)-Cyanide Cluster with a Face-Centered Cubic Geometry.

34. Cyano-Bridged M(II)9M(V)6 Molecular Clusters, M(II) = Mn,Co,Ni; M(V) = Mo,W.

35. Cyanometal-Substituted Derivatives of the Fe4S4 Cluster Core.

36. Tricyanometalate Building Blocks and Organometallic Cyanide Cages.

37. Phosphine Ligand Derivatives of Diamond-Shaped, Cyanide-Bridged Iron(II)-Copper(I) Complexes.

38. Cyanide-Bridged Iron(II)-M(II) Molecular Squares, M(II) = Fe(II), Co(II),Cu(II).

39. Poly{(2,2'-(bipyridine)(triphenylphosphine)bis(dicyanocopper(I)}, {(CuCN)2(bpy)(PPh3)}n.

Chapter Five CLUSTER AND POLYNUCLEAR COMPOUNDS.

40. A Tetranuclear Lanthanide-Hydroxo Complex Featuring the Cubane-like [Ln43-OH)4]8+ Cluster Core, [Nd43-OH)4(H2O)10 (alanine)6] [ClO4]8.

41. Tetradecachlorohexatantalum Octahydrate, Ta6Cl18.8H2O.

42. Polyoxomolybdate Clusters: Giant Wheels and Balls.

43. Tetrakis{n6-1-isopropyl-4-methylbenzene)ruthenium(II) tetraoxomolybdate(VI)}.

44. Diruthenapenta- and Diruthenahexaboranes.

45. Mixed-Metal Clusters of Iridium with Ruthenium and Osmium.

46. Tri- and Hexaruthenium Carbonyl Clusters.

47. Silica-Mediated Synthesis of Os3(CO)10(µ-H)(µ-OH).

48. Efficient Base- and Silica-Mediated Syntheses of Osmium Cluster Anions from α-{Os(CO)3Cl2}2.

49. Triosmium Complexes of Fullerene-60.

50. Triphenylphosphine-Stabilized Gold Nanoparticles.

Contributor Index.

Subject Index.

Formula Index.

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“…will not only serve as a resource for reliable synthetic procedures, but also attract and potentially inspire even a cursory reader…” (Applied Organometallic Chemistry, Vol.19, No.1, January 2005)
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