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Carboranes


Carboranes
  • Author : Russell N. Grimes
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 2011
  • ISBN : 9780123741707
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Carboranes Second Edition is designed as a comprehensive source of information in a field that has experienced enormous growth in both its fundamental and applied aspects in the four decades since the publication of Carboranes (1970). During this long period thousands of original research papers have appeared, along with many review articles and book chapters dealing with aspects of carborane chemistry. As carborane science has grown in complexity, and applications have advanced steadily in areas such as medicine, nanostructured and electroactive materials, catalysis, polymers, and others, the need for a monograph covering the entire area in a unified treatment has become increasingly apparent. This volume has two principal objectives, the first of which is to provide a readable and concise introduction to the basic principles underlying the synthesis, structures, reactivity, and applications of carboranes and metallacarboranes at a level suitable for readers in industry and academe who are not trained in boron chemistry but find themselves working with, or lecturing about carboranes. Secondly, the book furnishes a trove of detailed information for workers active in carborane science and associated technologies. To that end, it incorporates tables listing thousands of specific compounds keyed to literature references (supplemented by additional information available on a website), together with more than 2,000 molecular structure drawings that illuminate the accompanying discussion. Thorough treatment of the synthesis, structures, and reactions of carboranes, heterocarboranes, and metallacarboranes in the first 13 chapters is followed by four chapters detailing advances in practical applications in polymer science, catalysis, medicine, and other areas. Includes over 2,000 molecular structure drawings throughout the text Features tables listing thousands of compounds with key literature references Extended and updated tables provided online via the book's website

Carboranes


Carboranes
  • Author : Russell Grimes
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 2012-12-02
  • ISBN : 9780323157582
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Carboranes offers a comprehensive treatment of carborane chemistry and covers topics ranging from structures and chemical bonding to the degradation of the icosahedral cage. Carborane polymers as well as small nido- and closo-carboranes, intermediate closo-carboranes, and o-, m-, and p-carboranes are also discussed. This book is comprised of nine chapters and begins with an overview of the chemistry and properties of carboranes. The discussion then turns to the molecular structures of polyhedral carboranes and open-cage carboranes, along with the isomerism and rearrangement of carboranes; nomenclature and numbering systems used for carboranes; and chemical bonding in boranes and carboranes. The following chapters explore the synthesis, reactions, structures, and properties of small nido- and closo-carboranes, intermediate closo-carboranes, and o-, m-, and p-carboranes. The reactions of boranes and alkylboranes with alkynes as well as the degradation of icosahedral carboranes are also described. This monograph will be a useful resource for organic and inorganic chemists.

Arachno carboranes Arachno boranes and the Carbonium Ions C3h7 and C4h7 Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Anomalies


Arachno carboranes  Arachno boranes and the Carbonium Ions C3h7    and C4h7     Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Anomalies
  • Author : Robert E. Williams
  • Publisher :
  • Release : 1969
  • ISBN : OCLC:227540348
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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Two sets of hypotheses are presented. The first accounts for the carbon locations among the various position isomers of the carboranes, while the second attempts to cross-correlate most, perhaps all, of the 11B nmr ambiguities thus far reported on the basis of tautomerism involving specific structural elements in selected nido-boranes and all of the arachno-boranes. When taken together the two sets of hypotheses allow us to predict the most probable carbon position isomers among undiscovered and structurally unresolved carboranes and, fulfilling the primary objective of this study, reassures us that major ambiguities should not be anticipated in the spectra of all carboranes which contain two or more carbons. In selected cases the hypotheses can be extended to non-boron containing compounds. Norbornyl cation, for example, has been suggested to have the structure of an arachno-carborane; it possesses the specific structural feature necessary to generate nmr ambiguities, and, indeed, it generates exactly the spectrum for such a tautomerizing system. (Author).

B hydroxy Carboranes


B hydroxy Carboranes
  • Author : Gary Day Mercer
  • Publisher :
  • Release : 1974
  • ISBN : CORNELL:31924004081703
  • Language : En, Es, Fr & De
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