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Organosilicon heteropolymers and heterocompounds
SergeiМ† Nikolaevich Borisov
|Statement||[by] S. N. Borisov, M. G. Voronkov [and] E. Ya. Lukevits. Translated from Russian by C. Nigel Turton and Tatiana I. Turton.|
|Series||Monographs in inorganic chemistry|
|Contributions||Voronkov, M. G. 1921-, Lukevit͡s︡, Ė. I͡A︡.|
|LC Classifications||QD412.S6 B613|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxi, 632 p.|
|Number of Pages||632|
|LC Control Number||68013393|
Ion exchange in bimetallic cage organosiloxanes incorporating copper and alkali metal atoms Boris G. Zavin, a Natalya V. Sergienko,* a Alexander A. Korlyukov, a Victor D. Myakushev b and Mikhail Yu. Antipin a a A. N. Nesmeyanov Institute of Organoelement Compounds, Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russian by: 5. The book presents a balanced, coherent and comprehensive account of the chemistry of the elements for both undergraduate and postgraduate students. This crucial central area of chemistry is full of ingenious experiments, intriguing compounds and exciting new discoveries/5(6).
Information concerning books, review articles, and conferences is, however, extremely brief, and usually the subject matter of a particular entry must be judged solely from the title. The meetings of the widest interest to main group organometallic chemists are the International Conferences on Organometallic Chemistry (ICOMC) held every two Cited by: 1. heteropolymer: [-pol′imir] Etymology: Gk, heteros + polys, many, meros, part a compound formed from subunits that are not all the same, such as a protein composed of .
The direct synthesis of sodium cis-tritolylcyclotrisiloxanolate has been performed using various amount of water in the reaction the reaction was carried out at H 2 O/TolSi(OEt) 3 = 10, the reaction mixture became cloudy immediately after the addition of TolSi(OEt) 3 to the solution of NaOH in a mixture of ethanol and water. A precipitation of the target product began Cited by: 6. Organosilicon heteropolymers and heterocompounds by Sergeĭ Nikolaevich Borisov; J-aggregates by T. Kobayashi; Carbon NMR of flavonoids by P. K. Agrawal; Interpenetrating polymer networks and related materials by L. H. Sperling; Petroleum hydrocarbons by Aleksandr A. Petrov; Experimental philosophy and its critics by Joachim Horvath.
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Organosilicon Heteropolymers and Heterocompounds (Monographs in Inorganic Chemistry) Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed.
EditionCited by: This valuable book illustrates a particular aspect of the growth of organosilicon chemistry. The extent of this field has developed so greatly in recent years that it now is desirable to reclassify parts Organosilicon Heteropolymers and Heterocompounds.
Authors: Borisov, S. Free Preview. Buy this book eBook This valuable book illustrates a particular aspect of the growth of organosilicon chemistry. The extent of this field has developed so greatly in recent years that it now is desirable to reclassify parts to bring together hitherto frag mented and relatively disparate sections.
Get this from a library. Organosilicon Heteropolymers and Heterocompounds. [S N Borisov; M G Voronkov; Ė I︠A︡ Lukevit︠s︡] -- There are numerous criteria for measuring the growth and development of branches of chemistry.
This valuable book illustrates a particular aspect of the growth of organosilicon chemistry. The extent. Organosilicon heteropolymers and heterocompounds. New York, Plenum Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Borisov, Sergeĭ Nikolaevich. Organosilicon heteropolymers and heterocompounds.
New York, Plenum Press, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Sergeĭ Nikolaevich Borisov; M G Voronkov. Organosilicon heteropolymers and heterocompounds. by S.N. Borisov, M.G. Voronkov and E.Y. Lukevits, Plenum Publishing Corporation, London and New York,pp.
xxi. ADS Classic is now deprecated. It will be completely retired in October This page will automatically redirect to the new ADS interface at that point. This valuable book illustrates a particular aspect of the growth of organosilicon chemistry.
The extent of this field has developed so greatly in recent years that it now is desirable to reclassify parts to bring together hitherto frag mented.
Books & CD ROMs Show all 2 results. ADD ALL 2 Results TO MARKED ITEMS eBook Organosilicon Derivatives of Phosphorus and Sulfur. Series: Monographs in Inorganic Chemistry. Organosilicon Heteropolymers and Heterocompounds.
Series: Monographs in Inorganic Chemistry. Beginning with the theoretical aspects of organosilicon compounds’ structure and bonding, the book then explores their synthetic aspects, including main group element organosilicon compounds, transition metal complexes, silicon cages and clusters, low-coordinate organosilicon.
Part of the Monographs in Inorganic Chemistry book series (MIC) The simplest compounds containing a bond between silicon and a Group Ia metal are the silicides. The first representative of this class of compound was described as early as by H. Moissan [–].Author: S. Borisov, M.
Voronkov, E. Lukevits. Part of the Monographs in Inorganic Chemistry book series (MIC) Organosilicon derivatives of selenium and tellurium are a class of organosilicon heterocompounds which has been studied very little. The methods of synthesizing them are similar to the preparation methods of analogous sulfur : S.
Borisov, M. Voronkov, E. Lukevits. Cite this chapter as: Borisov S.N., Voronkov M.G., Lukevits E.Y. () Organosilicon Compounds of Group III Elements. In: Organosilicon Heteropolymers and Author: S. Borisov, M. Voronkov, E.
Lukevits. Abstract. The products of the reaction of SiCl 4 with Fe 2 O 3 may be regarded as the prototype of organosilicon compounds containing the Si-O-Fe group .
ClFeOSiCl 3 and Cl 2 FeOSiCl 3 are obtained in acetonitrile in the presence of HgCl : S. Borisov, M. Voronkov, E. Lukevits. synthesis and reactivity of new organosilicon compounds applications in materials and polymer science trends in silicone chemistry summary of the latest (!) knowledge in this area Keep up-to-date in this steadily developing field with the latest issue of "Organosilicon.
4 INORGANIC AND ORGANOMETALLIC POLYMERS Finally, one additional comment concerning the nature of S. N., Voronkov, M. G., Lukevits, E. Organosilicon Heteropolymers and Heterocompounds, Plenum Press, New York 4.
Allcock, H. Phosphorus-Nitrogen Compounds, Academic Press, The ACS SYMPOSIUM SERIES was. Abstract. Trimethylsilanolate alkali salts are widely used in organic synthesis, mainly due to their solubility in common organic solvents. They are frequently used as nucleophiles in ester hydrolysis, both in solution and solid-phase chemistry.
However, they have also been used as mild bases or as specific reagents in some chemical by: 2. Book Review: Gmelins Handbuch der anorganischen Chemie (Gmelin's Handbook of Inorganic Chemistry).
8th, completely revised edition. Edited by the Gmelin‐Institut für anorganische Chemie und Grenzgebiete in the Max‐Planck‐Gesellschaft zur Förderung der Wissenschaften under the direction of Margot Becke‐Goehring.
Ekkehard Fluck; Pages: Organosilicon chemistry has matured substantially over the course of the past decade and new methods have been developed for both the introduction of silicon groups, as well as new methods for chemical manipulation of those Size: 1MB.
Textbooks Most people meet the organometallic chemistry of the Main Group elements for the first time during their study of organic or inorganic chemistry. With few exceptions (e.g., Al), recent general inorganic textbooks used in the United Kingdom (Al-A4) do not draw together the organometallic chemistry of all the Main Group elements.
Organosilicon Chemistry IV From Molecules to Materials Edited by N. Auner and J. Weis Organosilicon Chemistry at its best? Since the appearance of the first volume in this series has become a well respected forum for organosilicon : Hardcover.A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text.The synthesis and properties of a series of trans-halocarbonylrhodium(I) complexes containing the phosphinoalkylorganosilicon ligands Me 3 SiCH 2 PPh 2, Me 3 Si(CH 2) 3 PPh 2, and PPh 2 CH 2 (Me) Si(OSiMe 2) 3 O have been investigated.
The complexes could be prepared by an exchange reaction involving RhCl(CO)(PPh 3) 2 and the organosilicon ligands or in better Cited by: