Inorganic Fluorine Chemistry: Toward the 21st Century

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Offers an up-to-date account of fundamental and applied research and points to future directions in inorganic fluorine chemistry. Reviews the major advances in fluorine-containing substituent groups. Provides a critical examination of coordination numbers greater than six among fluorides and oxofluorides. Discusses attempts to control chemical reactivity and stability through the use of more nucleophilic sources of fluoride or, conversely, more weakly coordinating anions. Features chapters on new fluorine-containing ligands in organometallic, transition metal, solid state, lanthanide and actinide chemistry.
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Proceedings of a symposium held in San Francisco, in April 1992. Papers are divided into three sections: main-group chemistry; organometallic chemistry; and transition metals, lanthanides, and actinides. Topics include photochemical and thermal dissociation synthesis of krypton difluoride, organometallic chemistry of fluorinated isocyanides, reaction of nonmetal fluorides with some platinum metal complexes, and stabilization of unusual cations by very weakly basic fluoro anions. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780841228696
  • Publisher: American Chemical Society
  • Publication date: 3/28/1998
  • Series: ACS Symposium Series , #555
  • Pages: 497
  • Product dimensions: 9.00 (w) x 5.80 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

Preface
Dedication
1 Inorganic Fluorine Chemistry: Toward the 21st Century 1
2 Thermodynamic Aspects of the Remarkable Oxidizing Capabilities of Fluorine - Lewis-Fluoroacid Mixtures 26
3 Photochemical and Thermal Dissociation Synthesis of Krypton Difluoride 40
4 Main-Group Fluorides with Coordination Numbers Greater Than Six 56
5 Heptacoordinated Main-Group Fluorides and Oxofluorides 66
6 Monofluoroxenonium Hexafluorometalates [actual symbol not reproducible] (M = As or Sb): A Course to Different Onium Cations 90
7 Influence of Fluorine and Parahalogen Substituents on the Chemistry of Some Functional Groups 104
8 Functionalization of Pentafluoro-[lamda][superscript 6]-sulfanyl (SF[subscript 5]) Olefins and Acetylenes 128
9 Fluoro-Sulfur Anions: Transition States, Intermediates, and Reagents 148
10 Quest for an Aromatic Silicon Species: An Unusual Geometry around Silicon in a 10-Si-5 Siliconate 167
11 Reaction of SiH[subscript 4] with UF[subscript 6] and/or HF below 25[degree]C: A Fourier Transform IR Study 181
12 Fluorinated Aldehydes and Their Polymers 209
13 Synthesis and Chemistry of Perfluoro Macrocycles: Perfluoro Crown Ethers and Cryptands 216
14 Alkali Metal Polyhydrogen Fluorides: Useful Halogen-Exchange Media 237
15 New and Revisited Transition Metal Chemistry of Fluoro-olefins and Fluorodienes 252
16 Organometallic Chemistry of Fluorinated Isocyanides 265
17 Synthetic, Structural, and Reactivity Studies of Organocobalt(III) Compounds Containing Fluorinated Alkyl Ligands 286
18 Perfluorovinyl and Perfluoroaryl Zinc and Cadmium Reagents: Preparation, Stability, and Reactivity 297
19 Organic and Main-Group Chemistry of the 2,4,6-Tris(trifluoromethyl)phenyl Substituent: Kinetic Stabilization through Steric and Electronic Effects 309
20 Reaction of Nonmetal Fluorides with Some Platinum Metal Complexes 326
21 Large Polyfluorinated Anions Used To Generate Coordinative Unsaturation in Cations 338
22 Stabilization of Unusual Cations by Very Weakly Basic Fluoro Anions 350
23 Synthesis, Structure, and Reactivity of Highly Soluble Organotitanium Lewis Acids 366
24 New Synthetic Routes to Cyclopentadienyluranium(IV) Fluorides: Redox and Atom-Abstraction Reactions 383
25 Activation of Carbon-Fluorine Bonds by Oxidative Addition to Low-Valent Transition Metals 392
26 Recent Developments in the Chemistry of Fluorinated Isopropoxides and Tertiary Butoxides 405
27 (Fluoroalkyl)phosphine Coordination Chemistry 421
Author Index 440
Affiliation Index 441
Subject Index 441
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