Organobismuth Chemistry

1st Edition

Print ISBN: 9780444544841
eBook ISBN: 9780080538150
Imprint: Elsevier Science
Published Date: 22nd February 2001
Page Count: 636
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This book is written for scientists who require information on organobismuth chemistry, either by specific topic or by compound. "Organobismuth Chemistry" covers, through early 1999, stoichiometric compounds that contain the Bi-C bond; not included, with the exception of a few examples, are inorganic compounds, minerals, metal alloys, and non-stoichiometric materials.

Organobismuth chemistry is covered in a comprehensive, self-contained manner. The book focuses on the academic aspects of the field; therefore, references to patents are made only when pertinent. Chapter 1 serves as an introduction to bismuth as the element. In chapters 2 to 4, organobismuth compounds are classified according to the types of compounds and dealt in detail. Chapter 5 is devoted to the use of bismuth and derivatives in organic transformations. In the first four chapters, brief to moderate descriptions for selected experimental procedures are included; they are intended to inform the readers of relevant protocols and should serve in preparative studies which are based on analogies. In the final chapter the X-ray data of fundamental and/or structurally interesting organobismuth (III) and (V) compounds are collected. At the beginning of each chapter, the text is preceded by detailed table of contents of the subject dealt in it. By inspection of the table, it should be possible to locate quickly information on a specific organobismuth compound.

Definite efforts have been made to include all factual data pertinent to an understanding of each class of organobismuth compounds. The main attention is paid to the methods of synthesis, molecular structure, and chemical behaviours of organobismuth compounds, although some knowledge of spectroscopy and other physical properties are also included. The format for presenting information has both descriptive information and numerical data. Numerical data are mostly presented in tabular form. Tables of known compounds in eac


Academics, Researchers and Chemists in the field of Bismuth Chemistry

Table of Contents

Elemental Bismuth.
Occurrence and Production.
Physical Properties of Bismuth.
Chemical Properties of Bismuth.
Bismuth Compounds Commercially Available.
Present-day Use of Bismuth.
Toxicology of Bismuth and Bismuth Compounds.

Organobismuth (III) Compounds
Organobismuth (III) Compounds with Bi-Group 14 Element Bonds.
Organobismuth (III) Compounds with Bi-Group 15 or Bi-Group 16 Element Bonds.
Organobismuth (III) Compounds with Bi-Group 17 Element Bonds.
Triorganylbismuthine-Transition Metal Complexes.
Organobismuth (III) Compounds with Bi-Transition Metal Linkage.

Organobismuth (V) Compounds
Triorganylbismuth Dihalides and Related Compounds.
Oxybis (triorganylbismuth) Compounds.
Quaternary Organobismuth (V) Compounds.
Quinquenary Organobismuth (V) and Related Compounds.
Bismuthonium Ylides.
Bismuthine Imides.
Bismuthinates and Bismuthinic Acids.
Triorganylbismuthine Oxides.

Bismuth-Containing Heterocycles

Bismuth Compounds in Organic Transformations
Carbon-Carbon Bond Forming Reactions.
Carbon-Heteroatom Bond Forming Reactions.

Structural Chemistry of Organobismuth Compounds
Fundamental Structure Parameters.
Structures of Organobismuth Compounds.

Formula Index for X-ray Data

Abbreviations and Symbols

Procedure Index
Preparation of Selected Organobismuth Compounds.
Organic Transformations Based on Bismuth Compounds.

Reference Code Index


Subject Index


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@from:K. Seppelt, Freie Universität Berlin @qu:"It seems to me that every chemistry library should have this book, especially those serving laboratories which might consider using bismuth organic compounds for organic synthesis." @source:Angewandte Chemie, Vol. 41/14, 2002