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Organosilicon Chemistry III

From Molecules to Materials
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John Wiley & Sons
Organometallic chemistry, Plastics & polymers technology, Organometallic Compounds, Science, Chemistry - General, Chemistry - Or
ContributionsNorbert Auner (Editor), Johann Weis (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12766659M
ISBN 103527294503
ISBN 139783527294503

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Johann Weis is Senior Vice President Corporate R&D of Wacker Chemie GmbH, Munich, and a Member of the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy of Julius-Maximilians-University, Würzburg, where he holds a lectureship for Industrial Inorganic Chemistry. He was born in Murnau and did all Organosilicon Chemistry III book studies at Ludwig-Maximilians-University, Munich Provides a unique summary of important catalytic reactions in the presence of silicon A must-have for all synthetic chemists, this book summarizes all of the important developments in the application of organosilicon compounds in organic synthesis and catalysis.

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The complexes [CoH(X 2)L 3](X = H or N; L = PPh 3) react with silanes, SiR 3 H, to give the new silylcobalt(III) complexes [CoH 2 (SiR 3)L 3][R 3 = F 3, MeF 2, or (OEt) 3].The characterization of these complexes and their reactions with N 2, H 2, HCl, CCl 4, and CO are CO the new cobalt(I) silyl [Co(SiF 3)(CO) 2 L 2] is stability of the silyls to loss of SiR 3 H.

Organosilicon Chemistry Michael A. Brook (McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada) ISBN: s Cloth s Nov. s pp.

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From Molecules to Materials, N. Auner, J. Weiss (Eds.), pp. xxv+ISBNWiley-VCH, Weinheim,£ This is the third volume in a series of compilations of reports presented as papers or posters at biennial symposia in Munchen, and is based on the meeting ¨ (III.