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ISBN:0126846502
Author: Michael John Taylor
ISBN13: 978-0126846508
Title: Metal-to-metal Bonded States of the Main Elements
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Language: English
Category: Chemistry
Publisher: Academic Press Inc (May 2, 1975)
Pages: 211

Metal-to-metal Bonded States of the Main Elements by Michael John Taylor



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The author covers not only the homonuclear metal-metal bonded states of each element but also the heteronuclear examples, first, whereboth metals are include in the subject matter of the text and second, those species which involve the main group element bonded to a transition metal.

The presence of metal to metal bonding in inorganic molecules has always attracted the interest of inorganic chemists. Over the last decade the number and extensive nature of this range of compounds has become appreciated. LEWIS University of Gambridge Cambtidge, . The present volume of 726 pages covers the literature from September 1972 to September 1973 and is divided into eight chapters beginning with the alkali metals and ending with the noble gases.

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John Berry: Metal-Metal Bonds in Chains of Three or More Metal Atoms: From Homometallic to Heterometallic Chains. Malcolm Chisholm: Electronically Coupled MM Quadruple Bonded Complexes of Molybdenum and Tungsten. Philip Power: Transition Metal Complexes Stabilized by Bulky Terphenyl Ligands: Applications to Metal–Metal Bonded Compounds. Gerard Parkin: Metal–Metal Bonding in Bridging Hydride and Alkyl Compounds. Roland Fischer and Gernot Frenking: Structure and Bonding of Metal Rich Coordination Compounds Containing Low Valent Ga(I) and Zn(I) Ligands

John Berry: Metal-Metal Bonds in Chains of Three or More Metal Atoms: From Homometallic to Heterometallic Chains. Roland Fischer and Gernot Frenking: Structure and Bonding of Metal Rich Coordination Compounds Containing Low Valent Ga(I) and Zn(I) Ligands

Metal-Metal Bonds in Chains of Three or More Metal Atoms: From Homometallic to Heterometallic Chains. Electronically Coupled MM Quadruple Bonded Complexes of Molybdenum and Tungsten. Transition Metal Complexes Stabilized by Bulky Terphenyl Ligands: Application to Metal-Metal Bonded Compounds. Metal-Metal Bonding in Bridging Hydride and Alkyl Compounds. Structure and Bonding of Metal-Rich Coordination Compounds Containing Low Valent Ga(I) and Zn(I) Ligands. Homocatenation of Metal and Metalloid Main Group Elements. The low oxidation state chemistry of the seven lightest metallic elements is described, with an emphasis on the introduction of bulky ligands to provide sufficient kinetic stability to allow the synthesis of well-defined compounds, which are isolable under normal conditions of temperature and pressure.

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