Inorganic Synthesis, Vol. 23 by Stanley Kirschner

By Stanley Kirschner

The volumes during this carrying on with sequence supply a compilation of present suggestions and concepts in inorganic man made chemistry. contains inorganic polymer syntheses and training of vital inorganic solids, syntheses utilized in the advance of pharmacologically lively inorganic compounds, small-molecule coordination complexes, and similar compounds. additionally comprises important info on transition organometallic compounds together with species with metal-metal cluster molecules. All syntheses awarded right here were confirmed.

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F. Dahl, Inorg. , 19, 277 (1980). R. B. King, A. Efraty, and W. M. Douglas, J . Organomet. Chem.. 56, 345 (1973). *If [Co12(qs-CsMes)(CO)]is present, reduction will give the intense green compound [{Co(qCsMes)(p-C0)}2], which will mask the progress of the reaction and be difficult to separate later. Dibromodiphenylrin(IV) 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 21 D. M. Roe and P. M. Maitlis, J . Chem. SOC. ( A ) , 3173 (1971). G . Fairhurst and C. White, J . Chem. , 1524, 1531 (1979). M. L. H. Green and R. B. A. Pardy, J .

9. J. K. Ruff and W. J. Schlientz, Inorg. , 15, 84 (1974). 10. Grillone and B. B. Kedzia, Trunsirion Mer. , 4, 256 (1979). 8. -N. CHAU and A. 1) + 2 CO *Institute of General Chemistry, University of Pisa, 56100 Pisa, Italy. tDepartment of Chemistry, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210. (1) Bis[halotetracarbonylmanganese(I)] 33 For reaction (l), the authors used an inert solvent, namely a mixture of saturated hydrocarbons boiling in the 100-120" range. The reported yields are about 40% due to partial decompositon.

Tetrafluoroboric acid is corrosive and toxic and concentrated solutions should be handled in a hood. Also see caution in Section 3-A. 59 mmoles) in benzene (180 mL) is prepared under nitrogen in a 250-mLsingle-necked Schlenk flask. 40 mL in a diethyl ether solution prepared by 1 :20 dilution of commercial [Et,OH][BF,]) is added dropwise, under nitrogen, to the vigorously stirred, filtered solution. The product precipitates as shiny, green needles, which are filtered under nitrogen, washed with benzene, and dried under vacuum.

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