4 edition of Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry found in the catalog.
Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry
February 1989 by Reader"s Digest Young Families .
Written in English
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It is clearly laid out with discussion on leaving groups, activation of reagents Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry book catalysts. Hughes in volume 6 makes up for this with more than pages devoted to coordination compounds in biology, and P. If this text is not chosen as the primary text for a course, it is reasonable to use chapters and sections from this text to supplement other texts without much problem. Conclusions In summary this book certainly is a comprehensive overview of the applications of coordination chemistry, and in particular the use of pgms in catalysis, in dyes for optical applications, and in medicinal and biomedical applications. I'm sure there are some to be corrected but are not an impediment to the readability or accuracy of the text.
Nearly pages five chapters are given over the synthetic and catalytic applications, including hydrogen production from water and oxidation of organic substrates. Although other metal-based dye systems are also active, the stability of the Ru and also Os complexes is a major advantage in their use. Cutler and S. This reviewer agrees; the series will take its place alongside Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry and Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry, thus providing an inorganic chemist with a nearly complete overview of the discipline to date.
Titles are included for the reviews in addition to the author names and the usual journal citation. These are called bridging ligands. Kepert's treatment of coordination numbers and geometrics, especially for complexes with bidentate ligands and mixed monodentate-bidentate complexes, follows his book on the same subject, and is logically placed as the second chapter. The sweep of the field is vast, both in terms of the science and the history, and the reader does get a comprehensive review of the literature. Dates are often tabulated and structural diagrams and reaction schemes are plentiful. Mortimer and N.
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Interface rating: 5 The PDF version was reviewed and the links and overall headings made it easy to navigate.
Fisher, R. Five chapters Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry book reaction mechanisms cover ligand substitution reactions M. The end-of-chapter material includes section summaries, terms, and a reasonable set of exercises.
Spencer's chapter on catalytic activation of small molecules is excellent in its treatment of hydrogenation, carbonylation, hydroformylation, and other such reactions.
Coordination Complexes as Catalysts The first half of the book focuses on the use of coordination complexes as catalysts for Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry book diverse range of organic reactions.
Approaches taken to presenting the material vary with the author's area of expertise, but most sections cover basic aspects of structure, bonding, syntheses, spectroscopic and other physical properties, and reactions.
Ru complexes appear to be better suited for heavy-duty oxidation work such as oxygen evolution. Change History: June The sweep of the field is vast, both in terms of the science and the history, and the reader does get a comprehensive review of the literature.
There is a large section on the use of Rh and Ru catalysts for inter- and intramolecular cyclopropanation. The most common coordination numbers are 2, 4, and especially 6. The role of metal complexes in photography, electrophotograpy and ink-jet printing are concisely described.
The comprehensive section on hydroboration covers a lot of work with Rh catalysts — largely with phosphine ligands. Jurisson, have been a vital part of medicine for a much longer period but developments are still being made through coordination chemistry in modifying the distribution of the elements.
These are called bridging ligands. Each section is well-referenced, with citations through about Pd catalysts find favour for the addition of HB to alkynes and enyes.
Jamieson and N. McCleverty, The first was that Werner described the two different ion possibilities in terms of location in the coordination sphere.
For verified definitions visit AcronymFinder. Metal complexes as catalysts for the addition of carbon monoxide is the focus of Chapter 3. Alfred Werner Coordination complexes have been known since the beginning of modern chemistry.
Methods of catalyst screening are discussed with the calorimetric assay developed to screen the hydroamination of 1,3-dienes by various phosphines with Pd, Rh, Ir, Ni and Ru precursors being one of the examples. Call Number: Online Publication Date: A collection of detailed, reliable, and carefully checked procedures for the synthesis of organic compounds that is Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry book searchable.
It follows on from the review of Volume 6, published in our Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry book issue 1. Increasingly, coordination compounds are being used to provide functionality, as well as decorative effect in coatings and surface finishes. Hay in volume 6, in a separate chapter on Lewis acid catalysis, echoes Black when he discusses imine formation.
This encyclopedia gives a comprehensive account of the field in articles nearly all published and later.It is illustrated with many examples of the importance of coordination chemistry in real life, and includes extensive references and a bibliography.
Introduction to Coordination Chemistry is a comprehensive and insightful discussion of one of the primary fields of study in Inorganic Chemistry for both undergraduate and non-specialist readers.
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Download pdf compounds are molecules that poses one or multiple metal centers that is bound to ligands (atoms, ions, or molecules that donate electrons to the metal).
These complexes can be neutral or charged. When the complex is charged, it is stabilized by neighboring counter-ions. A complex ion has a metal ion at its center with a number of other molecules or ions .Book Review of Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry Ebook From Biology to Nanotechnology.
Edited by Jon A. McCleverty (University of Bristol) and Thomas J. Meyer (Los Alamos National Laboratory).