7 edition of The chemistry of organic germanium, tin, and lead compounds found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Organic germanium, tin, and lead compounds|
|Series||The chemistry of functional groups|
|Contributions||Patai, Saul., Rappoport, Zvi.|
|LC Classifications||QD412.G5 C47 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 3 :|
|ISBN 10||0471942073, 047149738X|
|LC Control Number||95019750|
Theoretical methods for calculating physical properties have been greatly improved, particularly by the use of the DFT method. Some of the more commercially important stannous compounds are stannous chloride, SnCl2, used in tin galvanizing and as a reducing agent in the manufacture of polymers and dyes; stannous oxide, SnO, employed in making tin salts for chemical reagents and for plating; and stannous fluoride, SnF2, an active ingredient in toothpastes. Copper-catalyzed enantioselective conjugate addition Damien Polet and Alexandre Alexakis. Today, lead paint is banned in the United States. Pewter is an alloy of copper and tin, containing mostly tin.
Organotin stabilizers are used to prevent changes in polyvinyl chloride upon exposure to light and heat. Structural organocopper chemistry Gerard van Koten and Johann T. Discovered by: Known about since ancient times Lead is the fifth element of the fourteenth column in the periodic table. Gaseous fuel Organic compounds General characteristic of organic compounds.
Another major use that has massively declined in recent years is in the production of tetraalkyl lead compounds such as tetraethyl lead, Pb C2H5 4, which is used as an anti-knock agent in petrol. It combines with other elements to make a variety of minerals including galena lead sulfideanglesite lead sulfateand cerussite lead carbonate. Halogen collection and application. Pulido and Asuncion Barbero. Compounds with the empirical formula SnR2 are somewhat fragile and exist as rings or polymers when R is not bulky.
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Nefedov The photochemistry of organometallic compounds of germanium, tin and lead Conor Long and Mary T. The main use of germanium is in electrical components and semiconductors but also has application in optics for infrared wavelengths to which it is transparent.
Aldehydes and Ketones. Tin principally occurs in the ore cassiterite SnO2 and lead in galena PbS. Author index. The tri- and dihalides form adducts with good Lewis bases such as pyridine.
Lead is a heavy, gray metal. All new titles will be published as online books and a growing list of older titles will be added every year. Thiocyante SCN- Carbides C and C Hydrogen cyanide is an extremely-dangerous gas which causes death from interference with cellular metabolism.
Organic tin compounds act as stabilizers in certain plastics and as wood preservatives. Copper I hydride reagents and catalysts Olivier Riant. Ball-and-stick model for t-Bu2SnO 3. Such compounds are prepared by reduction of bulky aryltin II halides.
Learn More in these related Britannica articles:. Aromatic hydrocarbons. Metallic tin find many uses. Phosphorus compounds with hydrogen and lead compounds book halogens.
Lead compounds especially if soluble in water like lead acetate used as a preservative and sweetener of wines in Roman times or stomach acids like the lead oxide once used in paints or in gaseous or liquid form like tetraethyl lead once used in gasolineand powdered lead are very dangerous.
Pewter is an alloy of copper and tin, containing mostly tin. Lead was called "plumbum nigrum" for black lead and tin was called "plumbum album" for white lead. Digermynnes only exist for extremely bulky substituents.
Copper-mediated and copper-catalyzed addition and substitution reactions of extended multiple bond systems Norbert Krause and Ozge Aksin-Artok. Tin is used frequently as an alloy. Lead compounds and vapors are insidious poisons that accumulate in the brain and create learning disabilities and personality disorders.
The Romans were major users of lead using it to make pipes for channeling water into their cities. Me2SnCl2 bipyridine. The gray form changes to the white above Such cations are analogous to carbocations. Electronic structure of metals, insulators and semiconductors.Lead occurs naturally in the form of four isotopes.
The most common isotope is lead Interesting Facts about Lead. For many years lead and tin were thought to be the same metal. Lead was called "plumbum nigrum" for black lead and tin was called "plumbum album" for white lead.
Over one million tons of lead is recycled each year. The Carbon Family. Group 14 (IVA) consists of carbon, silicon, germanium, tin, and lead. Carbon is a non-metal, silicon and germanium are metalloids, and tin and lead are metals. With 4 valence shell electrons, elements of the carbon family tend to form covalent compounds.
Tin() dimethoxide, tin() diacetate, and the tin() derivatives of oximes and hydroxylamines are prepared by the protolysis of the tin()–carbon bonds of cyclopentadienyltin() compounds, and the tin Mössbauer data reported. The structures of tin()–oxygen bonded compounds are Cited by: Chemistry with Inorganic Qualitative Analysis is a textbook that describes the application of the principles of equilibrium represented in qualitative analysis and the properties of ions arising from the reactions of the analysis.
This book reviews the chemistry of inorganic substances as the Price: $ Tin, a chemical element belonging to the carbon family, Group 14 (IVa) of the periodic table.
It is a soft, silvery white metal with a bluish tinge, known to the ancients in bronze, an alloy with copper. Tin is widely used for plating steel cans used as food containers, in metals used for bearings, and in solder. Genesis and evolution of the chemistry of organogermanium, orgnotin and organolead compounds (Mikhail G.
Voronkov and Klavdiya A. Abzaeve) Similarities and differences of organic compounds of germanium, tin and lead (Mikhail G. Voronkov and Alexey N.
Egorochkin) Theoretical studies of organic germanium, tin and lead compounds (Inga Ganzer.