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Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry - 2nd Edition - ISBN: 9780080208343, 9781483284477

Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry

2nd Edition

Inorganic Chemistry Division Commission on Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry

Author: Unknown Author
eBook ISBN: 9781483284477
Imprint: Pergamon
Published Date: 1st January 1971
Page Count: 174
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Nomenclature of Inorganic Chemistry, Second Edition deals with the nomenclature of boron hydrides and higher hydrides of the Group IV–VI elements, organometallic compounds, and polyacids. This book deals with organoboron, organosilicon, and organophosphorus compounds. Organized into 11 chapters, this edition begins with an overview of the concept of oxidation number and coordination number, as well as the conventions governing the use of multiplying affixes, enclosing marks, letters, and numbers. This text then discusses the standardization of the formula of inorganic compounds to demonstrate the structural connections between atoms and to provide other comparative chemical information. Other chapters consider nomenclature for radicals and ions. This book discusses as well the nomenclature for binary and pseudobinary acids, oxaacids, peroxoacids, and chloroacids. The final chapter deals with the nomenclature for boron hydrides, boron radicals, and anions and cations derived from the boranes. This book is a valuable resource for organic and inorganic chemists.

Table of Contents



Preface to the First Edition

Preface to the Second Edition

Introduction to the First Edition

Introduction to the Second Edition

0. Preamble

0.1 Oxidation Number

0.2 Coordination Number

0.3 Use of Multiplying Affixes, Enclosing Marks, Numbers and Italic Letters

0.3 1 Multiplying Affixes

0.3 2 Enclosing Marks

0.3 3 Numbers

0.3 4 Italic Letters

1. Elements

1.1 Names and Symbols of the Elements

1.2 Names for Groups of Elements and their Subdivisions

1.3 Indication of Mass, Charge, Etc., On Atomic Symbols

1.4 Allotropes

2. Formulae and Names of Compounds in General

2.1 Formulae

2.2 Systematic Names

2.3 Hydrides

2.4 Trivial Names

3. Names For Ions and Radicals

3.1 Cations

3.2 Anions

3.3 Radicals

4. Iso-And Heteropolyanions

4.1 Isopolyanions

4.2 Heteropolyanions

5. Acids

5.1 Binary and Pseudobinary Acids

5.2 Acids Derived From Polyatomic Anions

5.214 Names for Oxoacids

5.3 Functional Derivatives of Acids

6. Salts and Salt-Like Compounds

6.1 Simple Salts

6.2 Salts Containing Acid Hydrogen ("Acid" Salts)

6.3 Double, Triple, Etc., Salts

6.4 Oxide and Hydroxide Salts ("Basic" Salts)

6.5 Double Oxides and Hydroxides

7. Coordination Compounds

7.1 Definitions

7.2 Formulae and Names for Coordination Compounds in General

7.21 Central Atoms

7.22 Indication of Oxidation Number and Proportion of Constituents

7.23 Structural Prefixes

7.24 Terminations

7.25 Order of Citation of Ligands in Coordination Entities

7.3 Names For Ligands

7.31 Anionic Ligands

7.32 Neutral and Cationic Ligands

7.33 Different Modes of Linkage of Some Ligands

7.34 Designation of Active Coordination Sites

7.35 Use of Abbreviations

7.4 Complexes with Unsaturated Molecules Or Groups

7.41 Designation of Stoicheiometric Composition Only

7.42 Designation of Structure

7.43 Cyclopentadienyl Complexes : Metallocenes

7.5 Designation of Isomers

7.51 Geometrical Isomerism

7.52 Isomerism Due to Chirality (Asymmetry)

7.6 DI- and Polynuclear Compounds with Bridging Groups

7.61 Compounds with Bridging Atoms Or Groups

7.62 Extended Structures

7.7 DI- and Polynuclear Compounds without Bridging Groups

7.71 Direct Linking Between Centres of Coordination

7.72 Homoatomic Aggregates

7.8 Absolute Configurations Concerned with Six-coordinated Complexes Based on the Octahedron

7.81 Basic Principle

7.82 Application to Configuration

7.83 Application to Conformation

7.84 Absolute Configurations

7.85 Phenomenological Characterization

7.86 Full Characterization

7.87 Designation of Configurational Chirality Caused by Chelation in Six-Coordinated Complexes Based on the Octahedron

7.88 Designation of Conformational Chirality of A Chelate Ring

Appendix—Relationships Between The Proposed Symbols and Those in Earlier Use

8. Addition Compounds

9. Crystalline Phases of Variable Composition

10. Polymorphism

11. Boron Compounds

11.1 Boron Hydrides

11.2 Boranes with Skeletal Replacement

11.3 Boron Radicals

11.4 Substitution Products of Boranes

11.5 Anions Derived from the Boranes

11.6 Cations Derived from the Boranes

11.7 Salts Derived from the Boranes

Table I Elements

Table II Names for Ions and Radicals

Table III Prefixes Or Affixes Used in Inorganic Nomenclature

Table IV Element Sequence

Table V Element Radical Names



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