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Fe Organoiron Compounds by Marianne Drossmar-Wolf

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- Mononuclear Disubstituted Ferrocene Derivatives with C-, H-, and O-Containing Substituents

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"e;Organoiron Compounds"e; A, Ferrocene 8 systematically covers the Literature through the end of 1984 and even includes some references published more recently. A formula index for the volumes "e;Organoiron Compounds"e; A, Ferrocene 7 and 8 provides ready access to the compounds covered. 1 2 1 This volume continues the description of ferrocenes FeC HRR in which at least R 10 8 contains C, H, and 0. The description of these type of compounds started in "e;Organoiron Compounds"e; A, Ferrocene 7 (with alcohols and phenols, their esters, ethers and acetones, and aldehydes). Series Aso far comprises volumes A 1 to A 8, and it has been surveyed in the preface to A 7 (1980). The data in tables are given in abbreviated form without dimensions; for dimensions, explanations, and further abbreviations used, see p. VIII (next page). Additional remarks, if necessary, are given in the headings of the tables. Frankfurt Adolf Slawisch November 1985 VIII Remarks on Abbreviations and Dimensions Many compounds in this volume are presented in tables in which numerous abbreviations are used, and the dimensions are omitted for the sake of conciseness. This necessitates the following clarification: Temperstures are given in oc, otherwise K stands for Kelvin. Abbreviations used with temperatures are m.p. for melting point, b.p. for boiling point, dec. for decomposition, and sub!. for sublimation. The solvent in parentheses following the m.p. is the solvent from which the compound is recrystallized.

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  • Language:
  • English
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  • 9783662088500
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  • June 29, 2013
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Description of Fe Organoiron Compounds
"e;Organoiron Compounds"e; A, Ferrocene 8 systematically covers the Literature through the end of 1984 and even includes some references published more recently. A formula index for the volumes "e;Organoiron Compounds"e; A, Ferrocene 7 and 8 provides ready access to the compounds covered. 1 2 1 This volume continues the description of ferrocenes FeC HRR in which at least R 10 8 contains C, H, and 0. The description of these type of compounds started in "e;Organoiron Compounds"e; A, Ferrocene 7 (with alcohols and phenols, their esters, ethers and acetones, and aldehydes). Series Aso far comprises volumes A 1 to A 8, and it has been surveyed in the preface to A 7 (1980). The data in tables are given in abbreviated form without dimensions; for dimensions, explanations, and further abbreviations used, see p. VIII (next page). Additional remarks, if necessary, are given in the headings of the tables. Frankfurt Adolf Slawisch November 1985 VIII Remarks on Abbreviations and Dimensions Many compounds in this volume are presented in tables in which numerous abbreviations are used, and the dimensions are omitted for the sake of conciseness. This necessitates the following clarification: Temperstures are given in oc, otherwise K stands for Kelvin. Abbreviations used with temperatures are m.p. for melting point, b.p. for boiling point, dec. for decomposition, and sub!. for sublimation. The solvent in parentheses following the m.p. is the solvent from which the compound is recrystallized.
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