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Advances in Inorganic Chemistry provides well timed and informative summaries of the present growth in various topic components inside inorganic chemistry, starting from bioinorganic to sturdy kingdom. This acclaimed serial positive factors studies written by way of specialists within the region and is an imperative connection with complicated researchers. every one quantity of Advances in Inorganic Chemistry comprises an index, and every bankruptcy is absolutely referenced. learn more... summary: Advances in Inorganic Chemistry offers well timed and informative summaries of the present growth in a number of topic parts inside of inorganic chemistry, starting from bioinorganic to stable nation. This acclaimed serial good points stories written via specialists within the quarter and is an essential connection with complex researchers. every one quantity of Advances in Inorganic Chemistry comprises an index, and every bankruptcy is totally referenced

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Advances in Inorganic Chemistry provides well timed and informative summaries of the present growth in various topic components inside inorganic chemistry, starting from bioinorganic to sturdy kingdom. This acclaimed serial positive factors studies written by way of specialists within the region and is an imperative connection with complicated researchers. every one quantity of Advances in Inorganic Chemistry comprises an index, and every bankruptcy is absolutely referenced. learn more... summary: Advances in Inorganic Chemistry offers well timed and informative summaries of the present growth in a number of topic parts inside of inorganic chemistry, starting from bioinorganic to stable nation. This acclaimed serial good points stories written via specialists within the quarter and is an essential connection with complex researchers. every one quantity of Advances in Inorganic Chemistry comprises an index, and every bankruptcy is totally referenced

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18:46 CNPR theory, 18: 124 bonding in, 18:7-16 [B,,H,,I family of, 18:78 bridge hydrogen, 18:90-93 CNPR theory, 18:124, 125 40 SUBJECT INDEX arachno-Carboranes (continued) B,H,, family of, 18:76 CNPR theory, 18: 119, 120 B,H,, family of, 18:76 CNPR theory, 18:120, 121 B,H,, family of, 18:76 CNPR theory, 18:121 B,H,, family of, 18:77 CNPR theory, 18:122 B,H,, family of, 18:77 CNPR theory, 18:116-125 comparison of, 18:83 skeletal bonding electron pairs, 18: 13-15 claso-Carboranes. 82 polyhedra, 18:3 rearrangement-prone CNPR theory, 18:98 skeletal bonding electron pairs, 18: 1&13 stable, CNPR theory, 18:98 unstable andor unknown, 18:71 CNPR theory, 18:98-100 nido-Carboranes.

Reaction with hexafluoroacetone, 30:259 Chloroaminocyclotetraphosphazene,isomerization, 2156 Chloroanions, trivalent uranium, 34:95-98 Chloroboration, of iminoboranes, 31:153154 Chlorobromoantimonates,7: I3 Chlorobromocyclophosphazene, synthesis, 21: 43 Chloro complexes, osmium, 37:297-299 Chlorocyclophosphazene,21:42 alkyl and aryl derivatives, 21:43 cis-trans isomerization, 2155 'Tl NQR spectrum, 21:93 hydrolysis, 2158, 59 metathetical exchange reactions, 21:63 peptide coupling agents, 21:75 reaction with thiolate, 21:61 ring degradation, 21:73 synthesis, 21:43 thermal polymerization, 21:71 Chlorodifluoroamine, 33: 168-1 69 Chlorodimethylaminocyclophosphazene,21:74 Chlorofluoroantimonates, 7: 13 Chlorofluorocarbons, 46: 109 Chlorofluorodiazadiphosphetidines,mass spectra studies on, 14:81 Chloromethane, PES of, 16:99 Chloromethylarsonicacid, 44:221 N-Chloropentafluorosulfanylamine,19: 190 1 -Chloro-2-phenyl-2-tmethylsilylphosphaethene, 33:278-279 P-Chlorophosphaalkene, 33:276 Chlorophosphane,reaction with cinnamyl magnesium chloride, 33:310 Chlorophyll, 19:144-147, 21:2, 14 Chlorophyll a, 46:328-329 SUBJECT INDEX Chloroplasts, 46:328 Fe proteins, 38:252-254 oxidation products, 33:235 XAS.

36:324 Chloroprotactinates, see Protactinium, chloro complexes of Chlorosilanes, hydrolysis, 42: 156-122 Chlorothioalkoxy(aryloxy)cyclophosphazene, zene. 21:61 Chlorothionitrene complex, osmium, 37:262 Chloro(trifluoromethy1)peroxide, 16: 144 Chlorotrimethylsilane, reaction with hexafluoroacetone, 30:225 Chlorouranate salts. heat of formation, 34:97 Chloroxyperfluoro-tert-butane,reactions, 26: 140-145 Chloroxytrifluoromethane, 26:137-139 reactions, 26:140-143 addition to alkenes, 26: 145-146 oxidative addition, 26: 141-145 vibrational spectra, 26: 139 Chloryl cation, 18:35&359 internal force constants of, 18:359 molecular structure of, 18:358, 359 properties of, 18:357, 358 synthesis of, 18:357, 358 vihrational spectra of, 18358, 359 Chloryl compounds, reactions of, 5 6 1 Chloryl fluoride, 18:347-356 chemical properties of, 18:353-356 fluoride complexes of, 5 5 9 molecular structure of, 18:349-352 physical properties of, 18:352, 353 preparation, 555-57 and reactions, 27: 176 properties of, 5:48 reactions, 558-61, 18:356 synthesis of, 18:347-349 thermal decomposition of, 18:354, 355 vapor pressures, 5 5 7 , 18:353 vibrational spectra of, 18:349-352 Chloryl ion, 9:277 Cholegobin, 46529 Cholesterol, astatination, 31:7 Cholorofluorphosphine, 13:378-380 h2 CH,PR, complexes, osmium, 37:274 Chromafium, HiPIP sequence, 38:249 Chromafium vinosum HiPIP, 38: 108, 133 Fe4S43+core, 33:60 Chromato complexes, osmium, 37:287 47 Chromatography cyclophosphazenes, 21:46, 59 technetium, 11:48-49 Chromites, as spinel structures, 2:30 Chromium, see Tetranuclear d-block metal complexes, chromium acetylene complexes of, 4: 104 alkoxides, 26:27&283 bimetallics, 26:328 dimeric cyclopentdienyl, 26:282-283 divalent complexes, 26:282 nitrosyls, 26:280-281 trivalent complexes, 26:276-280 adamantoxides, 26:320 di(rert-huty1)methoxides, 26:32 1-325 electronic spectra.

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