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|Series||Aspects of inorganic chemistry|
|LC Classifications||QD181.P1 M2 1973b|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 428 p.|
|Number of Pages||428|
|LC Control Number||73177885|
Transition metal complexes of antimony centered ligands based upon acenaphthyl scaffolds. Coordination non-innocent or not? Sinas Furan, a Emanuel Hupf, ab Julian Boidol, a Julian Brünig, a Enno Lork, a Stefan Mebs * c and Jens Beckmann * aAuthor: Sinas Furan, Emanuel Hupf, Emanuel Hupf, Julian Boidol, Julian Brünig, Enno Lork, stephan mebs, Jens. Get this from a library! Transition metal complexes of phosphorus, arsenic and antimony ligands.. [C A McAuliffe]. Additional Physical Format: Online version: McAuliffe, C.A. (Charles Andrew), Transition metal complexes of phosphorus, arsenic and antimony ligands. Alyea E.C. () Metal Complexes with Ditertiary Arsines. In: McAuliffe C.A. (eds) Transition Metal Complexes of Phosphorus, Arsenic and Antimony Ligands. Aspects of Inorganic by: 1.
Part of the Aspects of Inorganic Chemistry book series Abstract Since , when Hofmann reported 1 the first phosphine† complexes (those formed between triethylphosphine and platinum and gold), the chemistry of the coordination complexes of transition metal ions and phosphines has been increasingly investigated; there are few fields of chemistry in which research activity increases at such Cited by: 5. A Fourier transform carbon NMR study of the electronic effects of phosphorus, arsenic, and antimony ligands in transition-metal carbonyl complexes George M. Bodner Melanie P. MayCited by: Pidcock A. () Group VB to Transition Metal Bonds. In: McAuliffe C.A. (eds) Transition Metal Complexes of Phosphorus, Arsenic and Antimony Ligands. Aspects of Inorganic by: 4. Reactions of hybrid oxygen-arsenic ligands:o-R 2 As-C 6 H 4 CO 2 H (R = Me, Et, C 6 H 11, Ph andp-tolyl) with CrO 3 and of their sodium salts withtrans-[CrCl 2 (H 2 O) 4]Cl2H 2 O in a 3∶1 molar ratio yield three types of oxo/hydroxo bridged complexes: by: 2.
Phosphorus, arsenic and antimony complexes of the main group elements (dimethylarsine) dee bis(diethylphosphino)ethane A- INTRODUCTION Transition metal complexes of phosphorus, arsenic and antimony donors have been extensively studied during the past 20 years [I], The metals of group IA and IIA do not complex with heavy group VB donors Cited by: In coordination chemistry phosphines are L-type ligands. Unlike most metal ammine complexes, metal phosphine complexes tend to be lipophilic, displaying good solubility in organic solvents. They also are compatible with metals in multiple oxidation states. Because of these two features, metal phosphine complexes are useful in homogeneous catalysis. Modification of transition-metal complexes by complexation with Lewisbase ligands, especially phosphines or phosphites, has led to major improvements in catalytic reactivity and selectivity.(1,2. Phosphorus Donor Ligands. Phosphorus, arsenic, antimony, and bismuth ligands have been discussed in CCC (). Complexes containing bonds between scandium, yttrium, and phosphorus or arsenic have been reviewed, as have complexes with neutral phosphorus ligands. Many of the complexes described in these reviews contain organic.