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By Michael Dub (auth.), Michael Dub (eds.)

The objective of this compilation has been to supply a complete, non-criti­ cal resource of knowledge relating organometallic compounds. The scope is restricted to the compounds containing a minimum of one carbon-metal bond. The in­ formation comprises tools of practise, homes, chemical reactions, and purposes. the 1st version comprised the literature from 1937 to 1958. the second one version is totally revised and prolonged via 1964. The literature ahead of 1937 used to be completely coated by means of E. Krause and A. von Grosse in I~ie Chemie der meta11-organischen Verbindungen, " Verlag von Gebrueder Borntraeger, Berlin, 1937. Our paintings contains 3 volumes. quantity I includes derivatives of the transition metals of teams III via VIII of the Periodic desk. quantity II comprises derivatives of germanium, tin, and lead. quantity III includes derivatives of arsenic, antimony, and bismuth. The compilation relies on searches via Chemical Abstracts. The col­ lection of references for 1964 was once accomplished earlier than the topic Indexes to Volumes 60 and sixty one of the Abstracts have been to be had; therefore a few omissions within the insurance of that 12 months are attainable. we've got tried to make the insurance of the literature entire so that the compilation can have most sensible application to the chemist, chemical engineer, patent legal professional, and editor. within the curiosity of brevity, sure numerical information are passed over, yet references to the unique literature are given. Yield info are rounded to 2 major figures. at any place attainable, tables were used. The entries within the Bibliography part comprise references to Chemical Abstracts.

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And Remarks (e) Rxn. with K in dioxan - (1-C~oH7)2AsK (2273). at 100° AsC13 + [4-(Me2N)C~oRaJ3As l-C~oH7NMe2 AsC13 + RCl + Na in CaRa AsC13 + RMgBr in THF Prepd. 2 UNSYMMETRIC R2R'As DERIVATIVES Primary and secondary arsines and their analogs containing halogens instead of hydrogen atoms are the most important starting materials for the synthesis of unsymmetric tertiary arsines with two identical organic groups. These arsines are readily formed from primary and secondary haloarsines, RAsX2 and R2AsX, through a reaction with organohalides by dehalogenation with metals such as mercury in a sealed tube at room temperature, zinc powder in ether, or sodium in hydrocarbon solvents.

From (Ars)O and SOs in (CH2Cl)2; IR spectrum; rxn. with atm. moisture ~ PhsAs(OH)OSOsH (1456). [TiC14(Ars)], IR spectrum (2153). [TiBr4(Ars)], IR spectrum (2153). [W(Ars)(NO)~12]' green crystals, m. , prepd. by heating W(NO)~12 with (Ars) in CaHa at reflux. IR spectrum indicated the NO groups in the cis position BioI. : Fungicidal effect against Alternaria tenuis (1375a). A promoter in the hydrocyanation of dienes (21). A wear inhibitor for Fe carbonyl (63). A catalyst for the polymerization of acrolein (1133, 1793).

5°, prepd. from [Pd(AsPrs)2C12] by warming with 20% ale. KSCN (796). [Pd(AsPrs)C12~, dark orange crystals, m. 159-160°, prepd. by treating Na2PdC14 with PrsAs in Me2CO (212) or by heating [Pd(AsPrS)2C12] in vacuum (796); a Cl-bridged structure suggested (796). [Pd(AsPrS) (SCN)2]2, orange crystals, m. 142°, prepd. from [(PrsAs)(Cl)Pd(SCN)2Pd(Cl)(AsPrs)] by treating with excess KSCN in ale. ; a SCNbridged structure suggested (796). [Pd(AsPrs)(SCN)Clk, orange crystals, m. 151°, prepd. ; a SCN-bridged structure suggested (796).

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