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Organometallic Compunds in the Environment: Principles and Reactions

P. J. Craig (Editor)
ISBN: 978-0-471-84727-4
368 pages
June 1986
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The only current single-volume source of information on the topic. Looks at environmental and toxicity problems caused by the occurrence of organomercury compounds in the environment, including the involvement of gasoline additives, methyl and ethyl, polymers, organosilicas, and additives and catalysts. Provides a comprehensive guide to the chemical, environmental, industrial, and biogeochemical properties of the subject.
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Occurrence and Pathways of Organometallic Compounds in the Environment--General Considerations.

Organomercury Compounds in the Environment.

Organotin Compounds in the Environment.

Organolead Compounds in the Environment.

Organoarsenic Compounds in the Environment.

Environmental Aspects of Organosilicon Chemistry and Use.

Organic Group VI Elements in the Environment.

Methyl Transfer Reactions of Environmental Significance Involving Naturally Occurring and Synthetic Reagents.

Organometallic Compounds in Polymers--Their Interactions with the Environment.

Other Organometallic Compounds in the Environment.

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