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GMELIN Institute for Inorganic Chemistry of y for the Advancement of Science Gegründet .

GMELIN Institute for Inorganic Chemistry of y for the Advancement of Science Gegründet von: Gmelin, L. Up to 1981 published as: Gmelins Handbuch der anorganischen Chemie; from 1981 to September 1990 published as: Gmelin Handbook of Inorganic Chemistry.

Gmelin Handbook of Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry. Vol. 81 covers mono-nitrogen compounds, the present volume comprises compounds having two, three, four, or more nitrogen atoms. Hydrazine, N2H4, and its ions N2Ht and N2H~+ were not included. Gmelin Handbuch der Anorganischen Chemie. Achte, vollig neu bearbeitete AufLage. Reference is made to a voluminous monograph: . Schmidt, Hydrazine and its Deriva-tives: Preparation, Properties, Applications, Chichester 1984, 1088 pages.

Part of the Gmelin Handbook of Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry book series (GMELIN, volume M-o, 5. .

Volume 5 describes mononuclear organomolybdenum compounds with isocyanide, 3 4 carbene, carbyne, alkynyl, alkene, alkyne, L, and L ligands with and without additional CO groups. Volume 6 starts the description of mononuclear organomolybdenum compounds with 5 one L Ligand, a Ligand bonded to molybdenum by five carbon atoms. The compounds contain either zero or one CO group bonded to the molybdenum atom.

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41) Ergdnzungsband 1-5 Ti-Organische Verbindungen, Organotitanium Compounds Mononuclear Compounds IV. Cumulative Index for Parts I T. Hardback.

Publications concerning the fate of inorganic lead compounds that are products of the combustion of leaded gasoline as weil as the vast amount of related papers on analytical and toxicological studies and on health and environmental aspects have been deliberately omitted. The literature is covered through 1988; . has been evaluated through volume 110 of 1989.

Literature 118 1. Gmelin’s Handbook of Inorganic Chemistry, Organometallics, vol. 5, p 229-303. 2. Yu. I. Ermakov, B. N Kuznetzov, V. L. Kuznetzov, Kinetica I Kataliz. Literature 119 21. C. D. Wagner, W. M. Riggs, L. E. Davies, J. F. Moulder, G. Muilenberg, Handbook of X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy I, Perkin Elmer Corporation, December 1978. 22. N. Martenson, A. Nilsson, J. Electron Spectrosc.

This volume deals with mononuclear organomolybdenum compounds with organic ligands bonded by one to four carbon atoms to molybdenum with and without additional CO groups. These compounds can contain neutral donor ligands (e.g. amines, phosphanes, or nitriles) or ionic ligands (e.g. halides or pyrazolyl derivatives). The combination of these ligands leads to a great number of different types of compounds. The first sections describe compounds with isocyanide, carbene, carbyne, and acetylide ligands, e.g. compounds of the types (CO3)Mo(CNR)N2C10H8, RC(O)C(R')=MO(CO)5, RChMo(CO)4X, or K3 Ä(RChC)3Mo(CO=)3Ü. The following sections deal with compounds having alkene, alkyne, and allyl derivatives as ligands. The volume concludes with a description of compounds with ligands forming four Mo-C bonds. Most of these ligands are dienes. Compounds with trimethylene methane ligands, e.g. (CH2)3CMo(CO)4, are included. Among the many types of reactions described displacement of the diene ligand is the most common one. In particular, the norbarnadiene complex, C7H8Mo(CO)4, is the most widely used for the preparation of tetracarbonylmolybdenum compounds. An empirical formula and ligand index completes the volume.