|Contributions||Petrarch Systems, Inc.|
|LC Classifications||QD412.S6 S49 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||236 p. :|
|Number of Pages||236|
|LC Control Number||86117358|
Silicon Chemistry by Peter Jutzi (Editor), Ulrich Schubert (Editor) ISBN Format: Hardcover. Silicon in Organic Synthesis provides an introduction to the organic chemistry of silicon. This book places particular emphasis on the concept of silicon as a “ferryman,” mediating the transformation of one wholly organic molecule into another. The book begins by reviewing the discovery and development of organosilicon compounds. The book first covers the fundamental aspects of silicon, such as its nuclear, physical, and chemical properties. The text also details the history of silicon, its occurrence and distribution, and applications. Next, the selection enumerates the compounds and complexes of silicon, along with organosilicon compounds. This chapter surveys the advances in penta- and hexacoordinated organosilicon compounds. Hypercoordinate silicon compounds are mainly classified based on the types of the elements bonded to silicon in the order of halogens, nitrogen, oxygen, sulfur, silicon, carbon, boron, phosphorus, and transition metals.
Organosilicon Compounds: From Theory to Synthesis to Applications provides a comprehensive overview of this important area of organic and organometallic chemistry, dealing with compounds containing carbon–silicon bonds. This field, which includes compounds that are widely encountered in commercial products such as in the fabrication of. This book discusses as well the reaction between dimethyldichlorosilane and ethylene glycon, which has been shown to produce a dimeric ten-membered ring compound. The final chapter deals with the results of the investigations concerning the properties of the contact mass and of the non-volatile silicon-free products, which are produced in the. An overview of silane and silicone chemistry in 15 full chapter reviews. A register of over silicon compounds with physical properties, chemical structures and application data is provided. begins with the element silicon. Elementary Facts In nature, silicon occurs exclusively in oxidized form, as the compounds silicon dioxide and silicates. Silicon is the second commonest element in the Earth’s solid crust, accounting for percent by weight, and the most important compo - nent of inorganic materials. Since silicon isFile Size: 2MB.
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