Text Book of Coordination Chemistry


Author: R. K. Sharma

Publisher: Discovery Publishing House

ISBN: 9788183562232

Category: Complex compounds

Page: 324

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This book Power Series has been written for the students of B.A./B.Sc., of all Indian universities. Each chapter of this book contains complete theory and a fairly large number of solved examples. Sufficient problems have also been selected from various universities examination paper and included in the end of each chapter. Contents: Power Series and Double Series, Uniform Convergence, Fourier Series and Riemann Integral.

Introduction to Coordination Chemistry


Author: Geoffrey A. Lawrance

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118681401

Category: Science

Page: 304

View: 1657

At the heart of coordination chemistry lies the coordinate bond, inits simplest sense arising from donation of a pair of electronsfrom a donor atom to an empty orbital on a central metalloid ormetal. Metals overwhelmingly exist as their cations, but these arerarely met ‘naked’ – they are clothed in an arrayof other atoms, molecules or ions that involve coordinate covalentbonds (hence the name coordination compounds). These metal ioncomplexes are ubiquitous in nature, and are central to an array ofnatural and synthetic reactions. Written in a highly readable, descriptive and accessible styleIntroduction to Coordination Chemistry describes propertiesof coordination compounds such as colour, magnetism and reactivityas well as the logic in their assembly and nomenclature. It isillustrated with many examples of the importance of coordinationchemistry in real life, and includes extensive references and abibliography. Introduction to Coordination Chemistry is a comprehensiveand insightful discussion of one of the primary fields of study inInorganic Chemistry for both undergraduate and non-specialistreaders.

Physical Inorganic Chemistry

A Coordination Chemistry Approach


Author: S. F. A. Kettle

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3662251914

Category: Science

Page: 490

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GEORGE CHRISTOU Indiana University, Bloomington I am no doubt representative of a large number of current inorganic chemists in having obtained my undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in the 1970s. It was during this period that I began my continuing love affair with this subject, and the fact that it happened while I was a student in an organic laboratory is beside the point. I was always enchanted by the more physical aspects of inorganic chemistry; while being captivated from an early stage by the synthetic side, and the measure of creation with a small c that it entails, I nevertheless found the application of various theoretical, spectroscopic and physicochemical techniques to inorganic compounds to be fascinating, stimulating, educational and downright exciting. The various bonding theories, for example, and their use to explain or interpret spectroscopic observations were more or less universally accepted as belonging within the realm of inorganic chemistry, and textbooks of the day had whole sections on bonding theories, magnetism, kinetics, electron-transfer mechanisms and so on. However, things changed, and subsequent inorganic chemistry teaching texts tended to emphasize the more synthetic and descriptive side of the field. There are a number of reasons for this, and they no doubt include the rise of diamagnetic organometallic chemistry as the dominant subdiscipline within inorganic chemistry and its relative narrowness vis-d-vis physical methods required for its prosecution.

Synthetic Coordination Chemistry

Principles and Practice


Author: Julian A. Davies

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789810220846

Category: Science

Page: 452

View: 5052

Although coordination chemistry naturally centers on the synthesis of coordination compounds, the synthesis of these materials is typically not an end in itself. Coordination compounds are utilized in all branches of chemistry; from theoretical modeling to industrial and consumer products. While a large amount of information is available on coordination chemistry in general and synthetic methods in particular, no comprehensive work has been presented on the preparation of coordination compounds with an emphasis on synthetic strategies rather than on detailed descriptions of specific syntheses. The goal of this book is to provide an approach to coordination chemistry that is based upon preparative strategies.The main aim of the authors is to present a systematic classification of synthetic reactions rather than an encyclopedic listing of experimental results. Hence, the coverage is more selective than exhaustive. Despite this, the book provides access to the original literature with ca. 2000 references. The edition is well-illustrated and contains almost 250 schemes, figures and illustrations of crystal structures of selected complexes.

Coordination chemistry


Author: Fred Basolo,Ronald C. Johnson

Publisher: N.A


Category: Science

Page: 143

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IUPAC Recommendations 2005


Author: N. G. Connelly

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 0854044388

Category: Science

Page: 366

View: 1587

The 'Red Book' is the definitive guide for scientists requiring internationally approved inorganic nomenclature in a legal or regulatory environment.

Stereochemistry of Coordination Compounds


Author: Alexander von Zelewsky

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 9780471955993

Category: Science

Page: 266

View: 4977

This well-illustrated and well-referenced book provides a systematic introduction to the modern aspects of the topographical stereochemistry of coordination compounds, which are made up of metal ions surrounded by other non-metal atoms, ions and molecules.


The Coordination Chemistry of Polypyrazolylborate Ligands


Author: Swiatoslaw Trofimenko

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 1783261994

Category: Science

Page: 292

View: 1371

This book deals with polypyrazolylborates (scorpionates), a class of ligands known since 1966, but becoming rapidly popular with inorganic, organometallic and coordination chemists since 1986, because of their versatility and user-friendliness. They can be readily modified sterically and electronically through appropriate substitution on the pyrazole ring and on boron, and have led to a number of firsts in coordination chemistry (first stable CuCO complex, first monomeric MgR complex, and many other such firsts). Their denticity can range from two to four, their “Bite” can be adjusted, and additional coordinating sites can be added to the pyrazolyl rings. Over 170 different scorpionate ligands are known today, and some are published for the first time in this book. The author, Swiatoslaw Trofimenko, discovered and developed this ligand system and has written several reviews on the subject. The book is intended as a reference work, placing at the researcher's command practically all of the over 1500 references on the subject up, and into 1999, organized both according to the ligand type and according to the metal or metalloid being coordinated. It acquaints the reader with the special features of this ligand system and permits an assessment of what has been done in a given sub-area, and of which areas remain relatively unexplored. It presents procedures for ligand synthesis, and also covers their use in catalysis and in the modelling of biologically active substances. Contents: IntroductionHomoscorpionates — First GenerationHomoscorpionates — Second GenerationHeteroscorpionates, RR'BpxApplications of Scorpionate Ligands Readership: Inorganic chemists. Keywords:Scorpionaters;Polypyrazolylborates;Homoscorpionates;Heteroscorpionates;Coordination Chemistry;Catalysis;Extraction;Bioinorganic Modeling;Ligands;PyrazabolesReviews:“This important book, laden with chemical facts, is useful and well written … Exhaustive coverage of scorpionate ligands establishes this book as the definitive source for anyone considering any aspect of scorpionate chemistry.”J. Am. Chem. Soc. “This book is essential for every researcher who makes use of Tp ligands and wishes to avoid duplicating work that has already been reported.”Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.

Modern Coordination Chemistry

The Legacy of Joseph Chatt


Author: G. J. Leigh,N. Winterton

Publisher: Royal Society of Chemistry

ISBN: 0854044698

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 386

View: 5829

Coordination chemistry, as we know it today, has been shaped by major figures from the past, one of whom was Joseph Chatt. Beginning with a description of Chatt's career presented by co-workers, contemporaries and students, this fascinating book then goes on to show how many of today's leading practitioners in the field, working in such diverse areas as phosphines, hydrogen complexes, transition metal complexes and nitrogen fixation, have been influenced by Chatt. The reader is then brought right up-to-date with the inclusion of some of the latest research on these topics, all of which serves to underline Chatt's continuing legacy. Intended as a permanent record of Chatt's life, work and influence, this book will be of interest to lecturers, graduate students, researchers and science historians.

Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry II

From Biology to Nanotechnology


Author: J. A. McCleverty,T.J. Meyer

Publisher: Newnes

ISBN: 0080913164

Category: Science

Page: 8400

View: 9390

Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry II (CCC II) is the sequel to what has become a classic in the field, Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry, published in 1987. CCC II builds on the first and surveys new developments authoritatively in over 200 newly comissioned chapters, with an emphasis on current trends in biology, materials science and other areas of contemporary scientific interest.

Comprehensive coordination chemistry

the synthesis, reactions, properties & applications of coordination compounds. Main group and early transition elements


Author: Geoffrey Wilkinson,Robert D. Gillard,Jon A. McCleverty

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9780080359465

Category: Science

Page: 1601

View: 7909

Inorganic Chemistry


Author: Gary Wulfsberg

Publisher: University Science Books

ISBN: 9781891389016

Category: Science

Page: 978

View: 611

Both elementary inorganic reaction chemistry and more advanced inorganic theories are presented in this one textbook, while showing the relationships between the two.

Coordination Chemistry

Invited Lectures Presented at the 20th International Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Calcutta, India, 10-14 December 1979


Author: D. Banerjea

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 1483151328

Category: Science

Page: 286

View: 1901

Coordination Chemistry is a collection of invited lectures presented at the 20th International Conference on Coordination Chemistry held in Calcutta, India, on December 10-14, 1979, and organized by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry in cooperation with India's National Science Academy and the Department of Science & Technology. The conference covers a wide range of topics relating to coordination chemistry, including the stereochemistry of coordination compounds; the mechanism of the base hydrolysis of octahedral cobalt(III) complexes; and metal chelates as anticancer agents. This book consists of 26 chapters and opens with a discussion on some developments in the stereochemistry of coordination complexes, including the creation of ""sepulchrate"" ions of cobalt, chromium, ruthenium, and platinum; the preparation of planar complexes containing ligands spanning trans-positions; and the separation of optical and configurational isomers of octahedral complexes containing unsymmetrical and asymmetric ligands. The following chapters explore complex chemistry and the mimicry of metalloenzymes; metal complexes with functionalized macrocyclic ligands; binuclear complexes in electron transfer reactions; and application of coordination chemistry in biology and medicine. The synthetic and structural chemistry of transition metals is also considered, along with linear free energy relationships in coordination chemistry. This monograph will be a valuable source of information for practitioners and research workers in the field of pure and applied chemistry, particularly coordination chemistry.

Inorganic Chemistry


Author: J. E. House

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 0123851106

Category: Science

Page: 832

View: 862

This textbook provides essential information for students of inorganic chemistry or for chemists pursuing self-study. The presentation of topics is made with an effort to be clear and concise so that the book is portable and user friendly. Inorganic Chemistry 2E is divided into five major themes (structure, condensed phases, solution chemistry, main group and coordination compounds) with several chapters in each. There is a logical progression from atomic structure to molecular structure to properties of substances based on molecular structures, to behavior of solids, etc. The author emphasizes fundamental principles-including molecular structure, acid-base chemistry, coordination chemistry, ligand field theory, and solid state chemistry -and presents topics in a clear, concise manner. There is a reinforcement of basic principles throughout the book. For example, the hard-soft interaction principle is used to explain hydrogen bond strengths, strengths of acids and bases, stability of coordination compounds, etc. The book contains a balance of topics in theoretical and descriptive chemistry. New to this Edition: New and improved illustrations including symmetry and 3D molecular orbital representations Expanded coverage of spectroscopy, instrumental techniques, organometallic and bio-inorganic chemistry More in-text worked-out examples to encourage active learning and to prepare students for their exams • Concise coverage maximizes student understanding and minimizes the inclusion of details students are unlikely to use. • Discussion of elements begins with survey chapters focused on the main groups, while later chapters cover the elements in greater detail. • Each chapter opens with narrative introductions and includes figures, tables, and end-of-chapter problem sets.

Rare Earth Coordination Chemistry

Fundamentals and Applications


Author: Chun-Hui Huang

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0470824867

Category: Science

Page: 592

View: 2215

Edited by a highly regarded scientist and with contributions from sixteen international research groups, spanning Asia and North America, Rare Earth Coordination Chemistry: Fundamentals and Applications provides the first one-stop reference resource for important accomplishments in the area of rare earth. Consisting of two parts, Fundamentals and Applications, readers are armed with the systematic basic aspects of rare earth coordination chemistry and presented with the latest developments in the applications of rare earths. The systematic introduction of basic knowledge, application technology and the latest developments in the field, makes this ideal for readers across both introductory and specialist levels.

Coordination Chemistry Research Progress


Author: Kevin S. Verley,Todd W. Cartere

Publisher: Nova Publishers

ISBN: 9781604560473

Category: Science

Page: 340

View: 566

Coordination chemistry is the study of compounds formed between metal ions and other neutral or negatively charged molecules. Coordination chemistry includes areas of inorganic solid state chemistry, organometallic chemistry and bioinorganic chemistry, as well as applications to analytical chemistry, catalysis, industrial chemistry and materials science.

The Coordination Chemistry of Metalloenzymes

The Role of Metals in Reactions Involving Water, Dioxygen and Related Species


Author: Organización del Tratado del Atlántico Norte. Advanced Study Institute,NATO. Advanced Study Institute

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9789027715302

Category: Science

Page: 391

View: 2773

Assembling a program in bioinorganic chemistry that is scientifi cally relevant, well defined, and self-consistent is not an easy task. In this attempt we decided to consider zinc enzymes, copper oxidases, cytochromes and cytochrome oxidase. The choice is in part due to the great attention that the current specialized literature devotes to these topics, which are now debated among chemists, biochemists, biophysicists, etc .. We believe that hydration reactions, hydrolytic and oxidative processes have much in common from the point of view of the reaction mechanisms, the comprehension of which represents a frontier of science. For these reasons these topics have been the subject of the NATO-ASI held at San Miniato, Pisa, Italy, from May 28 to June 8, 1982. We hope we can transfer here the main conclusions of what (we believe) was a very stimulating scientific meeting. We would like to thank the local saving bank, Cassa di Risparmio di San Miniato, for helping in many ways. The financial contribution from the European Research Office of the US Army, and from the Bruker Spectrospin s.r.l., Italy, is also acknowledged. The National Science Foundation of the United States has provided a travel grant to one of the participants from the U.S.A. We are grateful to the NATO Scientific Affairs Division which provided a grant to finance this Institute.