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Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 2



Inorganic Syntheses, Volume 2

W. Conrad Fernelius (Editor-in-Chief)

ISBN: 978-0-470-13265-4 September 2009 293 Pages

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The volumes in this continuing series provide a compilation of current techniques and ideas in inorganic synthetic chemistry. Includes inorganic polymer syntheses and preparation of important inorganic solids, syntheses used in the development of pharmacologically active inorganic compounds, small-molecule coordination complexes, and related compounds. Also contains valuable information on transition organometallic compounds including species with metal-metal cluster molecules. All syntheses presented here have been tested.

Chapter I.

1 Copper(I) Chloride.

2 Silver Chlorate.

3 Recovery of Silver and Iodine from Silver Iodide Residues.

Chapter II.

4 Metal Derivatives of 1,3-Diketones.

5 Beryllium acetylacetonate [Bis(2,4-pentanediono)beryllium].

6 Barium Bromate.

Chapter III.

7 Porous Boron Oxide.

8 Ammonium Tetrafluoborate.

9 Aluminum Acetylacetonate [Tris(2,4-pentanediono)aluminum].

10 Gallium(III) Perchlorate 6-Hydrate.

11 The Rare Earth Elements and Their Compounds.

12 The Extraction of Rare Earth Minerals. I. Monazite and Xenotime.

13 The Extraction of Rare Earth Minerals. II. Allanite, Cerite, and Gadolinite (Separation of Cerium and Yttrium Earths by the Double Sulfate Method).

14 The Separation of Cerium from Rare Earth Mixtures.

15 Fractional Crystallization; The Magnesium Rare Earth Nitrates.

16 The Average Atomic Weight of Rare Earth Elements in a Mixture; Method Based on the Ratios, Oxalate: Oxide and Oxalate: Permanganate.

17 Rare Earth Bromates.

18 Europium Amalgam; Separation of Europium from Rare Earth Mixtures.

19 Europium(II) Salts.

Chapter IV.

20 Sugar Charcoal.

21 Monosodium Acetylide (Ethynylsodium).

22 Carbon Monoxide.

23 Ammonium Carbamate.

24 Alkali Metal Cyanates.

25 Cyanogen Chloride.

26 Silica Gel.

27 Disilicon Hexabromide (Hexabromodisilane).

28 Germanium(II) Sulfide (Precipitated).

29 Germanium(II) Iodide.

30 Germanium(IV) Chloride.

31 Germanium(IV) Iodide.

32 Titanium(IV) Bromide.

33 Titanium (III) Bromide.

34 Bis[tris(2,4-pentanediono)titanium(IV)] Hexachlorotitanate(IV).

35 Zirconium Acetylacetonate [Tetrakis(2,4-pentanediono)-zirconium].

36 Thorium Acetylacetonate [Tetrakis(2,4-pentanediono)-thorium].

Chapter V.

37 Nitric Oxide [Nitrogen(II) Oxide].

38 Sodium Amide.

39 Ammonium Azide.

40 Potassium Azide (Sodium Azide).

41 Phosphonium Iodide.

42 Phosphorus(III) Chloride.

43 Phosphorus(III) Bromide.

44 Phosphorus(V) Oxybromide (Phospohoryl Tribromide).

45 Phosphorus(V) Sulfobromide (Thiophosphoryl Tribromide).

46 Ammonium Monofluophosphate.

47 Ammonium Difluophosphate.

Chapter VI.

48 Addition Compound of Sulfur Dioxide and Trimethylamine.

49 Sulfites and Pyrosulfites of the Alkali Metals.

50 Salts of Dithionic Acid.

51 Addition Compounds of Sulfur Trioxide.

52 Sulfamic Acid.

53 Triammonium Imidodisulfate 1-Hydrate.

54 Potassium and Sodium Selenocyanates.

55 Aluminum Selenide and Hydrogen Selenide.

56 Potassium and Sodium Selenocyanates.

57 Hexahalogenotellurates(IV) (Halotellurites).

58 Chromium(III) Oxide Gel.

59 Anhydrous Chromium(III) Chloride.

60 Tris(ethylenediamine)chromium(III) Salts.

61 cis-Dichlorobis(ethylenediamine)chromium(III) Chloride and trans-Bis(thiocyanato)bis(ethylenediamine)-chromium(III) Thiocyanate.

62 Potassium Hexacyanochromate(III).

63 Chromyl Chloride (Chromium(VI) Dioxychloride).

64 Potassium Monochlorochromate.

Chapter VII.

65 Hydroiodic Acid; Regeneration of Oxidized Solutions.

66 Trisodium Orthoperiodate (Sodium Paraperiodate); Sodium Iodide–Bromme Method.

67 Potassium Hexacyanomanganate.

Chapter VIII.

68 Beta-Iron(III) Oxide 1-Hydrate.

69 Hexamminecobalt(III) Salts.

70 Tris(ethylenediamine)cobalt(III) Chloride.

71 cis- and trans-Dichlorobis(ethylenediamine)cobalt(III) Chloride and the Resolution of the cis-Form.

72 Potassium Hexacyanocobaltate(III).

73 Potassium Tetracyanonickelate(II)

74 The Metal Carbonyls.

75 Nickel Tetracarbonyl.

76 Dicobalt Octacarbonyl, Cobalt Nitrosyl Tricarbonyl, and Cobalt Tetracarbonyl Hydride.

77 Iron Tetracarbonyl Dihydride.

78 Potassium Tetracyanopalladate(II).

79 Potassium Tetrachloroplatinate(II) (Potassium Chloroplatinite).

80 Tetrammineplatinum(II) Chloride (Tetrammineplatinous Chloride).

81 Platinum(IV) Chloride.

Appendix. The Nomenclature of Inorganic Compounds.

Index of Contributors.

Subject Index.

Formula Index.