Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry II: A Review of the Literature 1982-1994 - 1st Edition - ISBN: 9780080423210, 9780080912745

Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry II: A Review of the Literature 1982-1994

1st Edition

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Editors: Edward W. Abel
eBook ISBN: 9780080912745
Hardcover ISBN: 9780080423210
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 10th September 2002
Page Count: 398
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Since the publication Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry in 1982, studies on the chemistry of molecules
with carbon-metal bonds have continued to expand rapidly. This is due to many factors, ranging from the sheer intellectual challenge and excitement provided by the continuing production of novel results, which demand new ideas, through to the successful application of organometallic species in organic syntheses, the generation of living catalysts for polymerization, and the synthesis of precursors for materials employed in the electronic and ceramic industries. These factors led to the publication of the updated Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry II.

The original work serves as a basis for new volumes, focusing on organometallic chemistry reported since 1982, with reference back to the original work when necessary. For ease of use the new volumes maintain the same general structure as employed previously but reflect the changes in substance and direction the field has undergone in the last ten years.

This book will serve as a pivotal reference point for new work and will function to generate new ideas and perceptions for the continued advance of what will surely continue as a vibrant area of chemistry.


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