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Advances in Inorganic Chemistry offers well timed and informative summaries of the present development in numerous topic parts inside of inorganic chemistry, starting from bioinorganic to reliable nation. This acclaimed serial positive aspects reports written by means of specialists within the zone and is an crucial connection with complicated researchers. every one quantity of Advances in Inorganic Chemistry includes an index, and every bankruptcy is absolutely referenced. learn more... summary: Advances in Inorganic Chemistry provides well timed and informative summaries of the present growth in a number of topic parts inside of inorganic chemistry, starting from bioinorganic to sturdy kingdom. This acclaimed serial positive aspects studies written by way of specialists within the zone and is an integral connection with complex researchers. every one quantity of Advances in Inorganic Chemistry includes an index, and every bankruptcy is absolutely referenced

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See also specific ligands and metal early research, 30: 1-2 in triazenide complexes, 30:241 triazole and triazolate complexes, see specific complexes (cat)[Fe,(ox),], field-cooled magnetization versus temperature, 43:23 1-232 Cation extraction, using cryptands, 27:21-22 Cation-halogenide ligand packing, 37:35-36 Cationic complexes, trivalent uranium, 34:7476 Cationic mononuclear metal complexes, reaction with anionic carbonyl clusters, 30: 155-1 58 Cationic species, chalcogen(I1) compounds, 35: 29 1-293 Cations, see also Electrochemical recognition, cations A-, 3:265 B-, 3:267 generation of, 9:224-230 in the gas phase, 9:224-225 with metal-carbon and metal-metal bonding, 9:287-292 of nontransition elements, 9:233-279 in the solid phase, 9:229-230 in solution, 9:225-229 hydration of, 1:s size, metal(1) coordination number effects, 37:33-38 transport, 27:21-22 CaWo,, strong-coupling case, 39353 C-bound aldehyde and ketone complexes, osmium, 37:246 CBrJCBr,, Br- ) redox couple, 33: 11 1 CCI,, 33:llO "C-clamp" porphyrins, 44:287 CCI,/(CCI,, C1- ) redox couple, 33: 1 10 C cluster, 47314-316, 319-320, 485 [Cd([9]aneS,),]z+, 3 5 3 6 [ {Cd(EC,H,B$),},], 40:448 CDNA.

Oxidation, 40:281 cryochemistry atom photoaggregation, 23:108, 112, 114115 dimetal species, 23:86-87, 97-99 dinitrogen complexes, 23: 142 and organic rearrangments, 23:16&163 in organometallic synthesis, 23:145-148, 155-156 crystal, electron distribution in, 27:76-79 cyanates, 17:279, 280 cyano complexes of, 8:94-98 chromium (I), 8:95 chromium (11). 70 exchange reactions of Cr" and Co'I1 complexes, 10:188-198 of Cr" and C P , 10:163-168 kinetic data for, 10:164, 167 of Cr" and Fe'", 10:206 of C P and Cr"', 10:174, 175 of Cr"' and Eu", 10:208 kinetic data for, 10:189, 190 involving adjacent attack ofC1-2'.

247, 249 fluorosulfate, 16: 195 hoinopolyatomic cations, 1750, 54, 5 5 Br;, 1754-58 Br;, 1754, 58 hydrolysis, 3 3 8 4 -nitrogen compounds, see Nitrogen, -bromine compounds in organogermanium compounds, 27: 137140 oxide fluorides, 27:175-183 oxide triHuoride, 27: 179 oxy-compounds of, 570-75 reaction with Huorinated per oxides, 16: 1 18, 119 oxygen in electric discharges, 6: 175-176 reduction potentials, 33:8 1-86 34 SUBJECT INDEX Bromine (continued) trifluoride, as solvent for calorimetry, 24:1214 Bromoanions, trjvalent uranium, 34:98-99 Bromo complexes, osmium, 37:297-299 Bromocuprates(I), 37:39 Bromocyclophosphazene alkyl and aryl derivatives, 21:43 synthesis, 21:43, 44 Bromocyclotriphosphazene, aminolysis, 2152, 53 Bromodifluorophosphane, reaction with hexafluoroacetone, 30:252 Bromofluorobenzene, formation by nuclear activation, 5:191-192 Bromofluorophosphine, 13:378-380 Bromoprotactinates, see Protactinium, bromo complexes of Bromoselenates(II,IV), mixed-valence,35288289, 291 Bromosilanes, hydrolysis, 42: 162-163 Bromouranate salts, heats of formation, 34:99 Bromyl fluoride preparation and reactions, 27:176-177 preparation of, 573-75 properties and reactions of, 5:75 Bronzite, Mossbauer spectrum of, 6:477 Brown algae arsenic in, 44:149, 150, 164-167 biotransformation, 44:174, 175 BrSCN-, 33:86 Brush-heap model, see Random-fragmentation model Bubble chamber, radiocarbon counting by, 3: 306307 Budotitane, 36:33-34 Bu’PhSi(OH),, 42:235 Bullvalene complexes with silver, 12:340, 341, 343-346 (Bu,N2)[Fe,S,(L50)(SEt)], 40:397 [Bu,” N],[Sb,CI,], 41:241 Butadiene complexes with cobalt, 12:281-283 with copper, 12:328 with group VI B metals, 12:224 with group VII B metals, 12:239, 240 with iron, 12:249-252 with nickel, 12:306 with palladium, 12:312, 313 with platinum, 12:318, 319 with rhodium, 12:294, 295 with ruthenium, 12:277 with silver, 12:329, 330 iron-, complex, 4:86 -iron complexes, reaction with hexafluoroacetone, 30:285-286 palladium complexes of, 4:98 vanadium complex of, 4:82 b-1,3-Butadiene complexes, osmium, 37:305 Butadiene cyclooligomerization,catalyzed by nickel sulfoxide complexes, 24: 151 Butatriene complexes with group VIB metals, 12:224 with iron, 12:253, 254 (Bu‘ ,C-Li.

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