Inorganic Hydrides: The Commonwealth and International Library: Chemistry Division
Elsevier, 22.10.2013 - 152 Seiten
Inorganic Hydrides focuses on the hydrides of chemical elements.
The hydrides discussed in this book are classified into four principal categories — ionic, covalent, transition metal hydrides, and metallic hydrides. Hydrides that do not fit into general classification, such as hydrides of copper and zinc, can be described as borderline hydrides and form a transition in type between the covalent hydrides of the later elements of the periodic table and the metallic hydrides of the transition elements.
This text begins with an introduction to the classes of hydrides and hydrides of hydrogen, discussing element by element through frequent comparisons. The transition metal hydrides and metallic hydrides are also elaborated. This selection concludes with the chapter on bonding and bond strengths in hydrides, followed by the applications of infrared, Raman, and nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy. The general chemistry of water and its solvent properties are also briefly deliberated.
This publication is suitable for undergraduates, particularly on covering the developments and chemistry of inorganic hydrides.
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CHAPTER 4 Beryllium Magnesium Calcium Strontium Barium
CHAPTER 5 Boron Aluminium Gallium Indium Thallium
CHAPTER 6 Silicon Germanium Tin Lead
CHAPTER 7 Nitrogen Phosphorus Arsenic Antimony Bismuth
CHAPTER 9 Fluorine Chlorine Bromine Iodine
CHAPTER 10 Complex Hydrides of Transition Metals
CHAPTER 11 Metallic Hydrides
CHAPTER 12 Copper Silver Gold Zinc Cadmium Mercury
CHAPTER 13 Bonding Bond Angles and Bond Strengths in Covalent Hydrides
CHAPTER 14 Infrared Raman and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy
CHAPTER 8 Oxygen Sulphur Selenium Tellurium Polonium
alkali metal alkyl ammonia ammonium anion aqueous solution arsine BioH1 boiling point bond angle bond strengths borane boron atoms bridging hydrogens c/sec calcium hydride carbonyl hydride catalyst chemical shifts chemistry cobalt CoH(CO complex hydrides compounds decaborane-14 decomposes decomposition derivatives deuterium diborane diborane-6 dipole dissociation electron electronegativity elements formed germanium give hydrogen halides halogen heating hydrazine hydrogen atom hydrogen chloride hydrogen fluoride hydrogen peroxide hydrogen sulphide hydrolysis infrared iodide isomers isotope known ligand liquid ammonia lithium aluminium hydride lithium hydride lone pair magnesium magnetic resonance spectrum melting points metal–hydrogen mixture molecule nitrate nitrogen nuclear magnetic resonance orbitals oxide palladium phosphine phosphorus potassium prepared properties protons reaction reacts reducing agent room temperature salts shown silane silicon sodium borohydride sodium hydride solid soluble solvent spectra stable stannane stretching frequencies structure sulphuric acid Table terminal hydrogen tertiary tetrahydrofuran thermally transition metal transition metal hydrides X-ray diffraction zinc