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Examines the six major areas of inorganic chemistry: physical and theoretical methods, organometallic chemistry, main group elements, solid state chemistry, transition metals and bioinorganic chemistry. Provides in-depth coverage for each of the 260 main articles. Contains comprehensive cross-referencing as well as lists of related articles for further reading. Extensively illustrated, it provides an introduction to each article, making the encyclopedia easy to use.
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Overview

Examines the six major areas of inorganic chemistry: physical and theoretical methods, organometallic chemistry, main group elements, solid state chemistry, transition metals and bioinorganic chemistry. Provides in-depth coverage for each of the 260 main articles. Contains comprehensive cross-referencing as well as lists of related articles for further reading. Extensively illustrated, it provides an introduction to each article, making the encyclopedia easy to use.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780471936206
  • Publisher: Wiley, John & Sons, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 1/28/1996
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 5000
  • Product dimensions: 13.62 (w) x 18.19 (h) x 11.81 (d)

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Table of Contents

Actinides: Organometallic Chemistry.

Activated Complex.

Alkali Metals: Organometallic Chemistry.

Alkalides.

Alkaline Earth Metals: Organometallic Chemistry.

Alkane Carbon–Hydrogen Bond Activation.

Alkene Complexes.

Allyl Complexes.

Aluminum: Organometallic Chemistry.

Ambidentate Ligand.

Ammonolysis.

Ancillary Ligand.

Antimony: Organometallic Chemistry.

Antioxidant.

Arsenic: Organoarsenic Chemistry.

Arsine & As-donor Ligands.

Asymmetric Unit.

Beryllium & Magnesium: Organometallic.

Chemistry.

Beta Sheet.

Biomineralization.

Biosynthesis.

Bismuth: Organometallic Chemistry.

Bite Angle.

σ -Bond Metathesis.

Borates: Solid-state Chemistry.

Borazine.

Born–Haber Cycle.

Boron: Inorganic Chemistry.

Boron: Metallacarbaboranes.

Boron: Metalloboranes.

Boron: Organoboranes.

Boron: Polyhedral Carboranes.

Borosilicate Glass.

Cadmium: Organometallic Chemistry.

Cage Effect.

Calixarenes.

Carbides: Transition Metal Solid-state Chemistry.

Carbocation.

Carbon: Fullerenes.

Carbon: Inorganic Chemistry.

Carbon: Nanotubes.

Carbonyl Complexes of the Transition Metals.

Carbonyl Compound.

Carborane.

Ceramic Material.

Chalcogens.

Chlorophyll.

CNDO Calculations.

Cobalt: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry.

Cobalt: Organometallic Chemistry.

Cobaltocene.

Coordination Complexes.

Coordination & Organometallic Chemistry: Principles.

Coordination Theory.

Copper: Hemocyanin/Tyrosinase Models.

Copper: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry.

Copper: Organometallic Chemistry.

Copper Proteins: Oxidases .

Copper Proteins with Dinuclear Active Sites.

Copper Proteins with Type 1 Sites.

Copper Proteins with Type 2 Sites.

Corands.

Cyanides.

Cytotoxicity.

VOLUME III.

Defects in Solids.

Degenerate Process.

Diene Complexes.

Dihydrogen Complexes & Related Sigma Complexes.

Diketones.

Dinucleating Ligand.

Dioxygenase.

Electrode Potentials.

Electron Transfer Reactions: Theory.

Electron Transport Chains.

Electronic Structure of Organometallic Compounds.

Electronic Structure of Solids.

Electronic Structure of Clusters.

Electronic Transition.

Fluorine: Inorganic Chemistry.

Fluorocarbons: Organometallic Derivatives.

Gallium: Organometallic Chemistry.

Gene.

Germanium: Organometallic Chemistry.

Gibbs Energy.

Gold: Organometallic Chemistry.

Grain Boundary.

Group Numbering System.

Hall–Herault Process.

Hartree–Fock Theory.

Heterogenized Catalyst.

High Resolution Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy.

β-Hydride Elimination.

Hydroboration.

Hydrocarbyl.

Hydrodesulfurization & Hydrodenitrogenation.

Hydroformylation.

Hydrogen: Inorganic Chemistry.

Hydrogenase.

Hydrometalation.

Hydrozirconation.

VOLUME IV.

Icosahedron.

Indium: Organometallic Chemistry.

Inert Pair Effect.

Insertion.

Interchange Mechanism of Substitution.

Ionization Potential.

Iridium: Organometallic Chemistry.

Iron: Heme Proteins & Dioxygen Transport & Storage.

Iron: Heme Proteins & Electron Transport.

Iron: Heme Proteins, Mono- & Dioxygenases.

Iron: Heme Proteins, Peroxidases, Catalases & Catalase-peroxidases.

Iron: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry.

Iron: Models of Proteins with Dinuclear Active Sites.

Iron: Organometallic Chemistry.

Iron Porphyrin Chemistry.

Iron Proteins for Storage & Transport & their Synthetic Analogs.

Iron Proteins with Dinuclear Active Sites.

Iron Proteins with Mononuclear Active Sites.

Iron–Sulfur Models of Protein Active Sites.

Iron–Sulfur Proteins.

Iron Transport: Siderophores.

Irving–Williams Series.

VOLUME V.

Lead: Organometallic Chemistry.

Leaving Group.

Ligand Substitution.

Low Coordinated Group 13 Chelates.

Low-energy Electron Diffraction.

Low Temperature Limit.

Luminescence.

Luminescence Behavior & Photochemistry of Organotransition Metal Compounds.

LUMO.

Madelung Constant.

Magnetic Susceptibility.

Magnetism of Transition Metal Ions.

Magnetochemistry.

Main Group Elements.

Manganese: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry.

Manganese: Organometallic Chemistry.

Manganese Proteins with Mono- & Dinuclear Sites.

Manganese: The Oxygen-evolving Complex & Models.

Marcus Equation.

Melanins.

Mercury: Organometallic Chemistry.

Mercury Photosensitization.

Metal-based Imaging Agents.

Metal Carbonyl Clusters.

Metal-mediated Protein Modification.

Metal Nanoparticles, Organization & Applications of Metal Nanoparticles, Synthesis of.

Metal–Organic Chemical Vapor Deposition.

Metal Storage.

Metallacycle.

Metallochaperones & Metal Ion Homeostasis.

Metalloid.

Metalloregulation.

Metallothioneins.

Metals.

Methanogen.

Mixed Oxidation States.

Mixed Valence Compounds, Classification.

Molecular Orbitals.

Molybdenum: MPT-containing Enzymes.

Molybdenum: Organometallic Chemistry.

Mond Process.

VOLUME VI.

Nickel: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry.

Nickel: Models of Protein Active Sites.

Nickel: Organometallic Chemistry.

Nickelocene.

Niobium & Tantalum: Organometallic Chemistry.

Nitride Complexes.

Nitrogen Fixation.

Nitrogen Monoxide (Nitric Oxide): Bioinorganic Chemistry.

Nitrogenase Catalysis & Assembly.

Nitrogenase: Metal Cluster Models.

Nitrosyl Complexes.

Node.

Nonlinear Optical Materials.

Nucleic Acids.

Nyholm–Gillespie Model.

Organic Synthesis Using Metal-mediated Metathesis Reactions.

Organic Synthesis using Organometallic Reagents of Group 1, 2, 11, & 12 Metals.

Organic Synthesis using Transition Metal Complexes Containing π-Bonded Ligands.

Organoelement Chemistry.

Osmium: Organometallic Chemistry.

Osmocene.

Oxidation Number.

Oxides: Solid-state Chemistry.

Oxidoreductase.

Oxygenase.

VOLUME VII.

p-Orbitals.

Palladium: Organometallic Chemistry.

Paramagnetic Organometallic Complexes.

Paramagnetism.

Periodic Table.

Periodic Table: Trebds in the properties of the elements.

Peroxidases.

Phosphazenes.

Phosphorescence.

Phosphorus-Nitrogen Compounds.

Phosphorus: Organphosphorus chemistry.

Photochemistry.

Photochemistry of transition metal complexes: theory.

Photochromism.

Photosensitization.

Photosystem I.

Platinum: Inorganic & coordination chemistry.

Platinum: Organometallic chemistry.

Pnictide.

Polonium: Organometallic chemistry.

Polyacrylamide gel electophorsesis.

Polythydride.

Polyoxometalates.

Polypeptide.

Polyprotic Acid.

Porous inorganic materials.

Poryphyrin.

Racah parameter.

Rhodium: inorganic & coordination chemistry.

Rhodium: Organometallic chemistry.

Ring opening metathesis polymerization reactions.

Ruthenium: Organometallic chemistry.

VOLUME VIII.

S-donor ligands.

s-Orbitals.

Scandium, yttrium & the lanthanides: Organometallic chemistry.

Scanning tunneling microscope.

Selenium: Organoselenium chemistry.

Selenium proteins containing slenocysteine.

Self-assembled inorganic architectures.

Self-assembly.

Semiconductor nanocrystal quantum dots.

Semiconductors.

Semimetal.

Side-on cooporation.

Silicon: organosilicon chemistry.

Silver: inorganic and coordination chemistry.

Silver: organometallic chemistry.

Simmons-smith reaction.

Sol-gel synthesis of solids.

Solid solutions.

Solids: Computer modelling.

Silds: defects.

Staudinger reaction.

Stereochemistry.

Strukturbericht symbols.

Sulfur: inorganic chemistry.

Sulfur-nitrogen compounds.

Sulfur: Organic polysulfanes.

Sum frequency generation.

Superconductivity in solids.

Surface enhanced Raman scattering.

Suzuki coupling.

Symport.

VOLUME IX.

Technetium & rhenium: inorganic & coordination chemistry.

Tellurium: Inorganic chemistry.

Tellurium: Organotellurium chemistry.

Templating.

Thallium: Organometallic chemistry.

Thermite reaction.

Thiocarbonyl.

Tin: Organometallic chemistry.

Titanium: Inorganic and coordination chemistry.

Titanium: Organometallic chemistry.

Titanocene.

Transition metal complexes with bulky allyl ligands.

Transition metals.

Tungsten: Organometallic chemistry.

Tungsten proteins.

Turnover.

Vanadium: Inorganic and coordination chemistry.

Vanadium: Organometallic chemistry.

Vanadocene.

Wavefunction.

Zero point energy.

Zinc enzymes.

Zinc finger.

Zinc: organometallic chemistry.

Zintl border.

Zirconium & hafnium: inorganic and coordination chemistry.

Zirconium & hafnium: organometallic chemistry.

ZSM.

VOLUME X.

Abbreviations and Acronyms.

List of Contributors.

Index.

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