Synthetic Fluorine Chemistry by George A. OlahSynthetic Fluorine Chemistry by George A. Olah

Synthetic Fluorine Chemistry

EditorGeorge A. Olah, Richard D. Chambers, G. K. Surya Prakash

Hardcover | August 11, 1992

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Leading investigators in their fields present a broad perspective of recent major research trends in synthetic fluorine chemistry. Coverage includes: various aspects of organic and inorganic fluorine chemistry, fluorination methods, organometallic fluorine chemistry and its use in synthesis, the synthesis of perfluoropolyethers (an extraordinary class of new fluorinated compounds) and much more.
George Andrew Olah was born in Budapest, Hungary on May 22, 1927. After World War II, he received master's and doctoral degrees from the Technical University of Budapest. He and his family fled Hungary after the 1956 uprising, eventually settling in Canada. His worked at a Dow Chemical Company research laboratory and discovered superac...
Title:Synthetic Fluorine ChemistryFormat:HardcoverDimensions:416 pages, 9.59 × 6.32 × 0.97 inPublished:August 11, 1992Publisher:Wiley

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ISBN - 10:0471543705

ISBN - 13:9780471543701

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Table of Contents

Partial table of contents:

Lewis Acid Properties of Fluorinated Noble Gas Cations (G. Schrobilgen).

Controlled Replacement of Fluorine by Oxygen in Fluorides and Oxyfluorides (K. Christe, et al.).

Transition Metal Derivatives of Strong Protonic Acids and Superacids (F. Aubke, et al.).

Fluorine Stabilized Carbon-Sulfur Multiple Bonding (K. Seppelt).

A New Synthetic Procedure for the Preparation and Manufacture of Perfluoropolyethers (R. Lagow, et al.).

Universal Synthesis of Perfluorinated Organic Compounds (J. Adcock).

Electrophilic Fluorination Reactions with F2 and Some Reagents Directly Derived from It (S. Rozen).

Fluorination with Onium Poly(Hydrogen Fluorides): The Taming of Anhydrous Hydrogen Fluoride for Synthesis (G. Olah & X. Li).