Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry III, 13-Volume Set

From Fundamentals to Applications

Editor-in-Chief:

  • Robert Crabtree
  • Mike Mingos

Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry, 3rd Edition (COMC-III), is aimed at the specialist and non-specialist alike. It covers the major developments in the field in a carefully presented way with extensive cross-references. COMC-III provides a clear and comprehensive overview of developments since 1993 and attempts to predict trends in the field over the next ten years. Applications of organometallic chemistry continue to expand and this has been reflected by the significant increase in the number of volumes devoted to applications in COMC-III. Organic chemists have edited the volumes on organometallic chemistry towards organic synthesis - this is now organized by reaction type so as to be readily accessible to the organic community. Like its predecessors, COMC (1982) and COMC-II (1995), this new work is the essential reference text for any chemist or technologist who needs to use or apply organometallic compounds.
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Audience
Suitable for organic and inorganic chemists researchers and students in the fields of materials science and nanoscience. Practitioners working in industry who need to use or apply organometallic compounds.

Hardbound, 9000 Pages Pages

Published: November 2006

Imprint: Elsevier

Reviews

  • About the Second Edition:
    "I think COMC-II merits a 'rave' review. It is just a superb work in every respect. This new COMCII is an absolute must for all libraries and ever a reasonable purchase for an individual research group of medium size. Any researcher in the field of organometallic chemistry without ready access to it will be seriously handicapped".

    Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1996

Contents

  • Volume 1. Fundamentals (G. Parkin).
    Volume 2. Compounds of Groups (K. Meyer).
    Volume 3. Compounds of Groups 13 to 15 (C.E. Housecroft).
    Volume 4. Compounds of Groups 3 to 4 and the f elements (M. Bochmann).
    Volume 5. Compounds of Groups 5 to 7 (K.H. Theopold).
    Volume 6. Compounds of Group 8 (M.I. Bruce).
    Volume 7. Compounds of Group 9 (C. Claver).
    Volume 8. Compounds of Group 10 (A. Canty).
    Volume 9. Applications I: Main Group Compounds in Organic Synthesis (P. Knochel).
    Volume 10. Applications II: Transition Metal Compounds in Organic Synthesis 1 (Iwao Ojima).
    Volume 11. Applications II: Transition Metal Compounds in Organic Synthesis 2 (Tamejiro Hiyama).
    Volume 12. Applications III: Functional Materials, Environmental and Biological Applications (D. O'Hare).
    Volume 13. Cumulative Indexes

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