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Chemistry of previous metals

Author: S A Colton
Publisher: London ; New York : Blackie Academic & Professional, 1997.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Some 20 years ago, I was privileged to share in writing a book on the descriptive chemistry of the 4d, 5d, 4f and 5f metals that included these eight elements within its compass (S.A.

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: S A Colton
ISBN: 0751404136 9780751404135
OCLC Number: 807477289
Description: 374 p. ; 24 cm
Contents: 1 Ruthenium and osmium.- 1.1 Introduction.- 1.2 The elements and uses.- 1.2.1 Extraction.- 1.3 Halides.- 1.3.1 Ruthenium halides.- 1.3.2 Osmium halides.- 1.3.3 Oxyhalides.- 1.3.4 Halide complexes.- 1.3.5 'Ruthenium blues'.- 1.3.6 Oxyhalide complexes.- 1.4 Oxides and related anions.- 1.4.1 Anions.- 1.5 Other binary compounds.- 1.6 Aqua ions.- 1.7 Compounds of ruthenium(0).- 1.8 Compounds of ruthenium(II) and (III).- 1.8.1 Ammine complexes.- 1.8.2 Tertiary phosphine complexes.- 1.8.3 Carboxylate complexes.- 1.8.4 Sulphide and sulphoxide complexes.- 1.8.5 Nitrosyl complexes.- 1.8.6 Porphyrin complexes.- 1.8.7 EDTA complexes.- 1.8.8 Other complexes of ruthenium.- 1.9 Complexes of ruthenium(IV).- 1.10 Complexes of osmium(0).- 1.11 Osmium complexes in oxidation states (II-IV).- 1.11.1 Ammine complexes.- 1.11.2 Tertiary phosphine complexes.- 1.11.3 Carboxylate complexes.- 1.11.4 Nitrosyl complexes.- 1.11.5 Other osmium complexes.- 1.12 Compounds in high oxidation states.- 1.12.1 Compounds of the MO22+ groups.- 1.12.2 Nitride complexes.- 1.12.3 Imides.- 1.13 Simple alkyls and aryls.- 2 Rhodium and iridium.- 2.1 Introduction.- 2.2 The elements and uses 78 2.2.1 Extraction.- 2.3 Halides and halide complexes.- 2.3.1 Rhodium halides.- 2.3.2 Iridium halides.- 2.3.3 Halometallates.- 2.4 Oxides, hydrides and other binary compounds.- 2.5 Aqua ions and simple salts.- 2.6 Compounds of rhodium(0).- 2.7 Compounds of rhodium(I).- 2.7.1 Tertiary phosphine complexes.- 2.7.2 Carbonyl complexes.- 2.7.3 Alkene complexes.- 2.7.4 Isocyanide complexes.- 2.8 Rhodium(II) complexes.- 2.8.1 Phosphine complexes.- 2.8.2 Dimers.- 2.8.3 Other complexes.- 2.9 Rhodium(III) complexes.- 2.9.1 Complexes of O-donors.- 2.9.2 Complexes of ammines.- 2.9.3 Complexes of other N-donors.- 2.9.4 Complexes of S-donors.- 2.9.5 Tertiary phosphine complexes.- 2.10 Iridium (I) complexes.- 2.10.1 Tertiary phosphine complexes.- 2.10.2 Vaska's compound.- 2.11 Dioxygen complexes.- 2.12 Iridium(II) complexes.- 2.13 Iridium(III) complexes.- 2.13.1 Complexes of ammines.- 2.13.2 Complexes of S-donors.- 2.13.3 Tertiary phosphine and arsine complexes.- 2.13.4 Hydride complexes.- 2.13.5 Case study of dimethylphenylphosphine complexes.- 2.14 Iridium(IV) complexes.- 2.15 Iridium(V) complexes.- 2.16 Nitrosyls of iridium and rhodium.- 2.17 Simple alkyls and aryls of iridium and rhodium.- 3 Palladium and platinum.- 3.1 Introduction.- 3.2 The elements and uses.- 3.2.1 Extraction.- 3.3 Halides.- 3.3.1 Palladium halides.- 3.3.2 Platinum halides.- 3.3.3 Halide complexes.- 3.4 Other binary complexes.- 3.5 Aqua ions.- 3.6 Palladium(O) and platinum(O) compounds.- 3.6.1 Tertiary phosphine complexes.- 3.6.2 Reactions of Pt(PPh3)n and related species.- 3.6.3 Carbonyl complexes.- 3.6.4 Carbonyl clusters.- 3.6.5 Isocyanide complexes.- 3.7 Palladium(I) and platinum(I) compounds.- 3.7.1 Phosphine complexes.- 3.7.2 Isocyanide complexes.- 3.8 Complexes of palladium(II) and platinum(II).- 3.8.1 Complexes of O-donors.- 3.8.2 Complexes of N-donors.- 3.8.3 Tertiary phosphine complexes.- 3.8.4 Complexes of C-donors.- 3.8.5 Complexes of S-donors.- 3.8.6 Complexes of ambidentate ligands.- 3.8.7 Stability of cis- and tran-isomers.- 3.8.8 Five-coordinate compounds.- 3.8.9 The trans-effect.- 3.8.10 Structural evidence for trans-influence.- 3.8.11 Spectroscopic evidence for trans-influence.- 3.9 Palladium(III) and platinum(III).- 3.10 Complexes of platinum(IV).- 3.10.1 Complexes of N-donors.- 3.10.2 Tertiary phosphine complexes.- 3.10.3 Complexes of S-donors.- 3.10.4 Application of the trans-effect to synthesis of platinum(IV) complexes.- 3.10.5 The trans-influence in some platinum(IV) compounds.- 3.11 Complexes of palladium(IV).- 3.12 The ?-bonded organometallics of palladium(IV) and platinum(IV).- 3.12.1 Reductive elimination reactions.- 3.13 Anti-tumour activity of platinum complexes.- 3.14 Bond lengths in palladium and platinum analogues.- 4 Silver and gold.- 4.1 Introduction.- 4.2 The elements and uses.- 4.2.1 Extraction.- 4.2.2 Gold plating and other methods of gold deposition.- 4.3 Halides.- 4.3.1 Silver halides.- 4.3.2 Gold halides.- 4.4 Oxides and other binary compounds.- 4.5 Aqua ions.- 4.6 Silver(I) complexes.- 4.6.1 Complexes of O-donors.- 4.6.2 Complexes of N-donors.- 4.6.3 Tertiary phosphine and arsine complexes.- 4.6.4 Complexes of halogen-donors.- 4.6.5 Complexes of C-donors.- 4.6.6 Complexes of S-donors.- 4.7 Silver(II) complexes.- 4.8 Silver(III) complexes.- 4.9 Gold(-I) complexes.- 4.10 GoId(I) complexes.- 4.10.1 Complexes of O-donors.- 4.10.2 Complexes of N-donors.- 4.10.3 Tertiary phosphine and arsine complexes.- 4.10.4 Complexes of halogen-donors.- 4.10.5 Complexes of C-donors.- 4.10.6 Complexes of S-donors.- 4.10.7 MO schemes for 2-coordinate gold(I) complexes.- 4.11 Gold(II) complexes.- 4.12 Gold(III) complexes.- 4.12.1 Complexes of halogens.- 4.12.2 Complexes of N-donors.- 4.12.3 Tertiary phosphine and arsine complexes.- 4.12.4 Other complexes.- 4.12.5 Coordination numbers and gold(III).- 4.12.6 The trans-effect and trans-influence.- 4.13 Gold(IV) complexes.- 4.14 Gold(V) complexes.- 4.15 Organometallic compounds of silver.- 4.15.1 Complexes of unsaturated hydrocarbons.- 4.16 Organometallic compounds of gold.- 4.16.1 Gold(I) complexes.- 4.16.2 Gold(III) complexes.- 4.17 Gold cluster complexes.- 4.18 Relativistic effects in gold chemistry.- 4.19 Aurophilicity.- 4.20 Silver and gold compounds in medicine.- 4.21 Moessbauer spectroscopy of gold compounds.- References.
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