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Part I. Transition Metal Organometallic Compounds. Lanthanide and early transition metal compounds. Metal carbonyl derivatives. Cyclopentadienylmetal carbonyl and nitrosyl derivatives. Compounds having two p-bonded aromatic rings. Olefin, cyclobutadiene, and acetylene metal complexes. Allyl and pentadienyl transition metal derivatives. Alkyl transition metal derivatives. Methylene and methylidyne transitional metal complexes. Transition metal complexes containing organophosphorus ligands. Transition metal derivatives containing chalcogen ligands. Organometallic derivatives containing two different transition metals. Part II. Nontransitional Organometallic Compounds. Compounds of Groups IA, IIA, IIB, IIIA, IVA, VA and VIA. Index of Metals and Ligands.
Organometallic Syntheses, Volume 3 focuses on the synthesis of compounds containing carbon-metal bonds, including ligands, compounds, chlorides, and derivatives.
The selection first elaborates on bis(cyclopentadienyl) organolanthanide and organoyttrium chloride, methyl, and hydride complexes and base stabilized alkali metal halide adducts of bis (pentamethylcyclopentadienyl) lanthanide chlorides. The text then examines cyclopentadienyl metal carbonyl and nitrosyl derivatives, ferrocenylamine, cobalticinium and rhodicinium salts, and alkyl transition metal derivatives. The publication takes a look at transition metal complexes containing organophosphorus ligands, transition metal derivatives containing chalcogen ligands, and coinage metal derivatives. The text also reviews transition metal organometallic compounds, including compounds of group IA, IIA, IIB, and IVA.
The selection is a vital reference for researchers interested in the synthesis of compounds containing carbon-metal bonds.
- © Elsevier Science 1986
- 1st April 1986
- Elsevier Science
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