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Organotin Chemistry. 2nd, Completely Revised and Updated Edition

  • ID: 2183038
  • Book
  • February 2004
  • 438 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
At long last: The second, completely revised edition of this comprehensive standard reference.

Alwyn G. Davies has updated the contents of his book to reflect the current state of research into organotin chemistry. He covers all aspects in detail, such as its synthesis, characterization, structures and applications, while also devoting space to such hot topics as environmental issues.

This new edition also includes a CD–ROM with more than 5,000 references, making this database an invaluable tool for everyone working in the field.

"The text is well written, extremely accessible and very comprehensive: particularly impressive is the inclusion of up–to–the–minute references in these areas....

The text manages to reach a good (interdisciplinary) balance of material, making it of interest to both inorganic specialists wanting to broaden their understanding of organic synthesis and organic specialists interested in a more detailed understanding of structural aspects of organotin compounds that they are likely to encounter. ..."

Advanced Materials

"....This is a conventional book in the best sense...

The standard of production is very good, with well–structured tables and an abundance of clear formula schemas, which enable the reader to quickly grasp the essence of the text. Therefore I have no hesitation in recommending this book for all organic and organometallic chemists engaged in synthetic work."

Angewandte Chemie

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1 Introduction

2 Physical Methods and Physical Data

3 The Stannyl Group as a Substituent

4 Formation of the Carbon–Tin Bond

5 Alkylstannanes

6 Functionally–substituted Alkylstannanes

7 Aryl– and Heteroaryl–stannanes

8 Alkenyl– and Alkynyl–stannanes, and Stannacyclopentadienes

9 Allyl–, Allenyl–, Propargyl, and Cyclopentadienyl–stannanes

10 Stannacycloalkanes

11 Organotin Halides

12 Organotin Hydroxides and Oxides

13 Organotin Carboxylates and Other Oxyesters

14 Organotin Alkoxides, Phenoxides, and Peroxides

15 Organotin Hydrides

16 Compounds with Sn–N Bonds

17 Compounds with Sn–S Bonds

18 Compounds with Sn–Sn Bonds

19 Compounds with Tin–metal Bonds

20 Organotin Radicals and Radical Ions

21 Stannylenes, Distannenes, and Stannenes

22 Organic Synthesis: Tin/Lithium Transmetallation, the Stille Reaction, and the Removal of Tin Residues

23 Applications, Environmental Issues, and Analysis

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Alwyn G. Davies
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