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The Organic Chemistry of Iron, Volume 1 covers the structures and bonding and the applications of a variety of physical techniques to organo-iron compounds, optically active compounds, as well as chapters on ?-bonded, ?2-, ?3-, and ?4-organo-iron compounds. The book discusses the structure and bonding in organic iron compounds; NMR spectroscopy of organoiron compounds; and mass spectra. The text also describes Mössbauer spectroscopy; magnetic properties; electron paramagnetic resonance; and optical activity of iron. Compounds with iron-carbon?-bonds; monoolefin iron complexes; allyl iron complexes; and diene iron complexes are also considered. The stabilization of unstable species with carbonyliron is also encompassed.
List of Contributors
Structure and Bonding in Organic Iron Compounds
NMR Spectroscopy of Organoiron Compounds
Electron Paramagnetic Resonance
Compounds with Iron-Carbon σ-Bonds
Monoolefin Iron Complexes
Allyl Iron Complexes
Diene Iron Complexes
Stabilizing of Unstable Species with Carbonyliron
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- © Academic Press 1978
- 1st January 1978
- Academic Press
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