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Inorganic Compounds with Unusual Properties II






Publisher:  Oxford University Press, Incorporated
Summary: Preface1. John C. Bailar, Jr.: Selective Hydrogenation of Polyunsaturated Olefins2. J. Halpern, et al.: Some Aspects of the Coordination Chemistry and Catalytic Properties of Cationic Rhodium-Phosphine Complexes3. Pal Kvintovics, Balint Heil, and Laszlo Marko: Rhodium-Phosphine Complexes as Homogeneous Catalysts. Hydrogenation of Aromatic Nitro Compounds4. Peter M. Maitlis: Pentamethylcyclopentadienyl-Rhodium and -Ir...idium Complexes as Catalysts for Olefin and Arene Hydrogenation5. Daniel L. Reger and M.M. Habib: Catalytic Homogeneous Hydrogenation Using Micellar and Phase Transfer Reaction Conditions6. H.B. Kagan, J.F. Peyronel, and T. Yamagishi: Asymmetric Hydrosilylation7. S.D. Ittel, et al.: Activation of C-H Bonds by Bidentate Phosphorus Ligand Complexes of Iron8. Peter C. Ford, et al.: Homogeneous Catalysis of the Water Gas Shift Reaction by Metal Carbonyls9. C.C. Frazier, et al.: Homogeneous Catalysis of the Water Gas Shift Reaction: Pentacarbonyliron and the Metal Hexacarbonyls as Active Catalyst Precursors10. Donald J. Darensbourg, et al.: Oxygen-Exchange and Ligand Substitution Reactions in Cr(CO)6 and m-H[Cr(CO)5]2-, and the Water Gas Shift Reaction11. R. Pettit, et al.: Catalytic Reductions Using Carbon Monoxide and Water in Place of Hydrogen12. Charles P. Casey and Stephen M. Neumann: Mechanistic Studies Related to the Metal-Catalyzed Reduction of Carbon Monoxide to Hydrocarbons13. Kenneth J. Klabunde, Richard A. Kaba, and Russell M. Morris: Carbon Monoxide-Metal Oxide Interactions. Surface Site Requirements for Electron Transfer Processes14. C. Saint-Joly, M. Dartiguenave and Y. Darteguenave: Structure and Reactivity of Ni(II)-d8 Complexes with Monodentate Tertiary Phosphine: CO Fixation15. Binuclear Metal Complexes of Cofacial Diporphyrins16. Geoffrey Davies, et al.: Homogeneous Oxidative Coupling Catalysts. Products of the Oxidation of Copper (I) Chloride by Oxygen in Polar, Aprotic Media17. John J. Eisch and Kyoung R. Im: Novel Cleavage and Oligomerization Reactions of Nickel (0) Complexes. Applications to Homogeneous Deoxygenation and Disulfurization18. L. Galloway, D.R. Fruge, and F.K. Fong: Gaseous Evolution of Molecular Hydrogen and Oxygen in Photochemical Splitting of Water by Platinized Chlorophyll a Dihydrate Polycrystals. Laboratory Simulation of the Primary Light Reaction in Plant Photosynthesis19. Kent R. Mann and Harry B. Gray: Further Studies of the Spectroscopic Properties and Photochemistry of Binuclear Rhodium (I) Isocyanide Complexes20. Patricia J. Delaive, David G. Whitten, and Charles Giannotti: Scope and Applications of Light-Induced Electron-Transfer Reactions of Metal Complexes for Energy Conversion and Storage21. Ronald D. Archer, et al.: Tungsten (IV) Chelates - Potential Energy Transfer Complexes22. Joseph L. Templeton: Stereochemical Aspects of Expanded Coordination Spheres: Seven-Coordinate Tungsten Complexes23. Marshall H. Mendelsohn, Dieter M. Gruen, and Austin E. Dwight: Effect of Aluminum Additions on the Thermodynamic and Structural Properties of LaNi5 Al Hydrides24. Sunlight Engineering Efficiency of Thin-Layer Iron-Thiazine Photogalvanic Cells. Evidence That Surface-Induced Back Reaction Is a Key Limiting Factor25. R. Noyori: Nickel (0) Catalyzed Reactions of Strained Ring Systems26. Charles Kutal and Paul A. Grutsch: Sensitization of Olefin Photoreactions by Copper (I) Compounds27. E.M. Sweet, et al.: Catalysts for the Isomerization of Quadricyclane to Norbornadiene in a Photochemical Energy Storage System28. Robert H. Lane, et al.: An Entatic State for Copper in Redox Enzymes?29. Boon-Keng Teo: Metal Tetrathiolenes: Chemistry, Stereochemistry, Electrochemistry, and Semiconductivity30. Louis D. Rollmann: Templates in Zeolite Crystallization31. Malcolm H. Chisholm: Reaction Schemes for Dinuclear Compounds Containing Metal-Metal Triple Bonds Illustrated by Recent Findings in the Chemistry of Molybdenum and TungstenIndex

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