Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry III: Volume 6: Group 8

Hardcover | November 21, 2006

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This volume reviews the preparation, properties, reactions and special applications of group 9 organometallic compounds. Each chapter examines the clusters and complexes formed between the metals Iron, Ruthenium and Osmium and specific ligands. It provides a clear and comprehensive overview of developments since 1993 and attempts to predict trends in the field over the next ten years. Like its predecessors, COMC 1982 and COMC-II 1995 , this new work is the essential reference text for any chemist or technologist who needs to use or apply organometallic compounds. * valuable content available May 2009 as an individual volume * separate volumes will appeal to a wider chemistry and materials science audience * priced for individual researcher as well as library purchase

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This volume reviews the preparation, properties, reactions and special applications of group 9 organometallic compounds. Each chapter examines the clusters and complexes formed between the metals Iron, Ruthenium and Osmium and specific ligands. It provides a clear and comprehensive overview of developments since 1993 and attempts to pr...

Format:HardcoverDimensions:1154 pagesPublished:November 21, 2006Publisher:Elsevier Science & TechLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0080445969

ISBN - 13:9780080445960

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Mononuclear Iron Compounds without Hydrocarbon Ligands; Mononuclear Iron Carbonyls without Hydrocarbon Ligands; Mononuclear Compounds with Hydrocarbon Ligands; Mononuclear Iron Compounds with _1-Hydrocarbon Ligands; Mononuclear Compounds with Hydrocarbon Ligands: Compounds with -2-4Hydrocarbon Ligands; Mononuclear Compounds with C5 and C6 Ligands; Mononuclear Iron Compounds: Ferrocenes; Dinuclear Iron Compounds; Dinuclear Iron Compounds with Iron Iron Bonds; Iron Cluster Compounds; Iron Cluster Compounds: Compounds without Hydrocarbon Ligands; Iron Cluster Compounds: Compounds with Hydrocarbon Ligands; Iron Cluster Compounds: Compounds with Fe C Bonds to Heteroatom Ligands; Compounds Containing Bonds Between Iron and Other Transition Metals; Heterometallic Iron-containing Compounds; Mononuclear Ru/Os Compounds without Hydrocarbon Ligands; Mononuclear Ru/Os Compounds without Hydrocarbon Ligands; Mononuclear Ru/Os Compounds with Hydrocarbon Ligands; Mononuclear Ru/Os Compounds with Hydrocarbon Ligands: Compounds with _1-Ligands; Mononuclear Ru/Os Compounds with Hydrocarbon Ligands: Compounds with _2 _4 Ligands; Mononuclear Ru/Os Compounds with Cyclic C5 C6 Ligands (Except Compounds containing monohapto Ligands); Mononuclear Ru/Os Compounds with _1 and C5 C6 Ligands; Mononuclear Ru/Os Compounds: Ruthenocenes and Osmocenes; Dinuclear Ru/Os Compounds; Dinuclear Ru/Os Compounds with Metal Metal Bonds; Trinuclear and other Ru/Os Clusters; Trinuclear Clusters of Ru/Os without Hydrocarbon Ligands; Trinuclear Clusters of Ru/Os with Hydrocarbon Ligands; Trinuclear Ruthenium Clusters with Cyclopentadienyl Ligands; Trinuclear Ru/Os Clusters Containing Arene Ligands; Trinuclear Clusters of Ru/Os: Compounds Containing M C Bonds to Heteroatom Ligands; Tetranuclear Ru/Os Clusters; Tetranuclear Clusters of Ru/Os; Medium- and High-nuclearity Clusters of Ru/Os; Heterometallic Ru/Os-containing Compounds