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The Chemistry of Nitrogen-rich Functional Groups

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The Chemistry of Nitrogen-rich Functional Groups

Alexander Greer, Joel F. Liebman

ISBN: 978-1-119-31178-2 November 2019 424 Pages

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Nitrogen is unique among the non-carbon atoms in its ability to form single, double, and triple bonds with itself, giving rise to a wide range of organic-chemical groups containing several nitrogen atoms in different states and geometries. The present volume surveys the properties and chemical behaviour of all important nitrogen-rich organic-chemical groups, including azides, azimines, aziridines, diazo compounds, nitramines, nitrenes, nitrosamines, polyazine N-oxides, tetrazoles, triazanes, triazenes, and triazoles. A special focus lies on commercially important species which are used, e. g., as powerful explosives.

PATAI's Chemistry of Functional Groups publishes comprehensive reviews on all aspects of specific functional groups. Each volume contains outstanding surveys on theoretical and computational aspects, NMR, MS, other spectroscopic methods and analytical chemistry, structural aspects, thermochemistry, photochemistry, synthetic approaches and strategies, synthetic uses and applications in chemical and pharmaceutical industries, biological, biochemical and environmental aspects. To date, almost 150 volumes have been published in the series.

1. Introduction to the energetics and thermochemical aspects of polynitrogen species
Suzanne W. Slayden, Alexander Greer, and Joel F. Liebman

2. Stable hydrazyls and push–pull (capto-dative) aminyl free radicals
Alexandru T. Balaban

3. New combinations of organic azides and adjacent functional groups
Klaus Banert

4. Bridged azobenzenes and their chemical applications
David J.Warner, Katie S. Keane, and Silas C. Blackstock

5. Click chemistry and nitrogen-containing heterocycles formed in surface functionalization reactions
Yuan Chen, Hao Fan, and Elena Galoppini

6. Triplet vinylnitrenes
Upasana Banerjee, Kosala Thenna-Hewa andAnna D. Gudmundsdottir

7. Nitrogen catenation: polyazoles and polyazines
Peter Politzer and Jane S. Murray

8. N-Oxides of polyazoles and polyazines
Peter Politzer and Jane S. Murray

9. Bridged azobenzenes and their biological applications
David J.Warner, Katie S. Keane, Carl Jacky Saint-Louis, and Silas C. Blackstock

10. Thermochemical insights on small nitrogen heterocyclic compounds
Vera L. S. Freitas and Maria D. M. C. Ribeiro da Silva

11. Some Thermochemical Aspects of Acyclic Polynitrogen Species
Suzanne W. Slayden, Alexander Greer, and Joel F. Liebman

12. The Brønsted Acid/Base Character of the N−N and N=N Bonds
John E. Bartmess

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