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Content material:
Chapter 5.5.1 advent (pages 1–3): J. J. Zuckerman and E okay Storms
Chapter 5.5.2.2. From Lithium and its Alloys (pages 3–14): M. E. Newcomb
Chapter 5.5.2.2.2. With Organomercurials (pages 14–17): M. E. Newcomb
Chapter 5.5.2.2.3. With Adducts of Conjugated Hydrocarbons in Donor Solvents (pages 17–26): M. E. Newcomb
Chapter 5.5.2.2.4. With Acidic Hydrocarbons Evolving H2 (pages 26–28): M. E. Newcomb
Chapter 5.5.2.2.5. With Ethers, Amines, Sulfides and Phosphines Cleaving the Carbon?Element Bonds (pages 28–31): M. E. Newcomb
Chapter 5.5.2.3. From different Organolithiums (pages 31–44): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.5.2.3.2. through Proton?Metal trade with Acidic C—H Bonds1?5 (pages 44–107): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.5.2.3.3. by way of Halogen?Lithium alternate with natural Halides1?2 (pages 107–129): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.5.2.3.4. through Addition of Organolithiums to Olefins or Acetylenes (pages 129–142): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.5.2.3.5. by means of motion of Lithium Arene Radical Anions and Dianions (pages 142–147): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.5.3. Carbon?Group?IA Bonds (page 148): E. okay. Storms
Chapter 5.5.3.1.1. Giving NA Carbides (page 148): E. okay. Storms
Chapter 5.5.3.1.2. Giving okay, RB and CS Carbides (pages 148–149): E. ok. Storms
Chapter 5.5.3.2. From the Group?IA Metals and their Alloys (pages 149–153): E. Grovenstein
Chapter 5.5.3.2.2. With Ethers (pages 153–157): E. Grovenstein
Chapter 5.5.3.2.3. With Organomercurials (pages 158–159): E. Grovenstein
Chapter 5.5.3.2.4. With Adducts of Conjugated Hydrocarbons in Donor Solvents (pages 160–164): E. Grovenstein
Chapter 5.5.3.2.5. With Acidic Hydrocarbons Evolving H2 (pages 164–166): E. Grovenstein
Chapter 5.5.3.2.6. via Cleavage of Carbon?Carbon Bonds (pages 167–171): E. Grovenstein
Chapter 5.5.3.3. From different Group?IA Organometallics of an identical steel (pages 171–175): M. E Newcomb
Chapter 5.5.3.3.2. by way of Metal?Metal trade with much less energetic Organometallics (page 175): M. E. Newcomb
Chapter 5.5.3.3.3. through Addition to Olefins and Acetylenes (page 176): M. E. Newcomb
Chapter 5.5.4. Silicon?Group?IA Bonds (page 177): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.4.1. From the weather (pages 177–178): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.4.2. From Organodi? and Organopolysilanes (pages 178–181): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.4.2.2. With Anionic Reagents (pages 181–183): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.4.3. From Organohalosilanes with Alkali Metals (pages 183–184): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.4.4. From Organosilicon Hydrides with Alkali Metals and steel Hydrides (page 185): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.4.5. From Tetraorganosilanes with Alkali Metals (pages 185–186): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.4.6. From Silylmercurials (pages 186–187): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.4.7. From trade (page 187): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.5. Germanium?Group?IA Bonds (pages 187–188): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.5.1. From the weather (page 188): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.5.2. From Organodigermanes (pages 188–190): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.5.2.2. With Alkali?Metal Alkoxides and Organolithiums (page 191): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.5.3. From Organohalogermanes with Alkali Metals (pages 191–192): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.5.4. From Organogermanium Hydrides with Alkali Metals and Derivatives (pages 192–194): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.5.5. From Tetraorganogermanes with Alkali Metals (pages 194–195): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.5.6. From Germy?Mercury and ?Thallium with Alkali Metals (pages 195–196): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.5.7. From trade and/or Ge(II) Derivatives (page 197): J Y Corey
Chapter 5.5.6. Tin?Group?IA Bonds (pages 197–198): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.1. From the weather (page 199): A. ok. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.1.1. Lithium (page 199): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.1.2. Sodium (pages 199–200): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.1.3. Potassium (page 200): A. ok. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.1.4. Rubidium (page 200): A. ok. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.1.5. Cesium (page 200): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.2. From Organodistannanes with Alkali Metals (pages 200–202): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.2.2. Sodium (page 202): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.2.3. Potassium (page 203): A. ok. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.3. From Organotin Halides with Alkali Metals (pages 203–204): A. ok. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.3.2. Sodium (page 204): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.3.3. Potassium (page 204): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.4. From Organotin Hydrides with Alkali Metals (page 205): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.5. From Tetraorganotins with Alkali Metals (pages 205–206): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.6.6. From Tin(II) Compounds with Organoalkali Reagents (pages 206–207): A. ok. Sawyer
Chapter 5.5.7. Lead—Group?IA Bonds (page 207): F. Huber and ok. Gratz
Chapter 5.5.7.1.1. From the weather (pages 207–209): F. Huber and ok. Gratz
Chapter 5.5.7.1.2. through aid (page 209): F. Huber and ok. Gratz
Chapter 5.5.7.1.3. by means of Electrolysis (pages 209–210): F. Huber and ok. Gratz
Chapter 5.5.7.2. From Hexaorganodiplumbanes (page 210): F. Huber and okay. Gratz
Chapter 5.5.7.2.1. With Alkali Metals (pages 210–211): F. Huber and ok. Gratz
Chapter 5.5.7.2.2. With Organoalkali Reagents (page 212): F. Huber and okay. Gratz
Chapter 5.5.7.3. From Tetraorganoleads with Alkali Metals (pages 212–213): F. Huber and okay. Gratz
Chapter 5.5.7.4. From Organolead Halides with Alkali Metals (pages 213–214): F. Huber and okay. Gratz
Chapter 5.5.7.5. From Lead(II) Compounds with Organoalkali Reagents (page 214): F. Huber and okay. Gratz
Chapter 5.5.7.6. by means of Miscellaneous Routes (page 214): F. Huber and okay. Gratz
Chapter 5.6.1 advent (pages 215–216): J. J. Zuckerman and F. Glockling
Chapter 5.6.3. From the Group?IB Metals and Alloys (pages 216–217): G. Van Koten
Chapter 5.6.4. From the steel Salts (pages 217–219): G. Van Koten
Chapter 5.6.4.1. by means of Metal–Metal trade with one other Organometallic (pages 219–229): G. Van Koten
Chapter 5.6.4.2. through Metal—Halogen alternate (page 229): G. Van Koten
Chapter 5.6.4.3. by way of Metallation (pages 229–232): G. Van Koten
Chapter 5.6.4.4. by way of Insertion (pages 233–234): G. Van Koten
Chapter 5.6.4.5. through Addition, Decarboxylation (pages 234–235): G. Van Koten
Chapter 5.6.4.6. by means of Forming Adducts with Unsaturated Hydrocarbons (page 235): G. Van Koten
Chapter 5.6.5. From the Metal?Phosphine Complexes (page 236): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.6.5.2. by way of Insertion (page 237): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.6.5.3. by means of Transmetallation (page 237): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.6.5.4. via Metal?Halide trade (page 237): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.1 advent (pages 238–247): J. J. Zuckerman, E. ok. Storms and J L Wardell
Chapter 5.7.2.2.2. With Organomercurials (pages 247–248): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.7.2.2.3. With Aryldiazonium Salts (page 248): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.7.2.3. From steel Salts (pages 248–270): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.7.2.3.2. through Redistribution with the Organometallics of an identical steel (pages 270–276): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.7.2.3.3. via Addition to Olefins and Acetylenes or Cyclopropanes by means of Ring starting (pages 277–301): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.7.2.3.4. With Acidic Hydrocarbons (pages 302–318): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.7.2.3.5. With Diazoalkanes (pages 318–320): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.7.2.3.6. With Diazonium Salts (pages 320–323): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.7.2.3.7. With Organosulfinic, Organosulfonic and oRganoboronic Acid Derivatives (pages 323–335): J. L. Wardell
Chapter 5.7.2.4. From different Group?IIB Organometallics of an analogous steel (pages 335–337): K.?H. Thiele
Chapter 5.7.2.4.2. through Olefin Insertion (pages 337–338): K.?H. Thiele
Chapter 5.7.2.4.3. through Metal?Metal trade with different Organometallics (pages 339–340): K.?H. Thiele
Chapter 5.7.3. Silicon?Group?IIB Bonds (pages 340–341): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.3.1. From Silyl?Alkali?Metal Reagents with Group?IIB Halides and Organohalides (pages 342–343): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.3.2. From Organohalosilanes with Na or Al Amalgam (pages 343–344): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.3.3. From Organosilicon Hydrides with Zn, Cd and Hg Dialkyls (pages 344–346): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.3.4. From Silylcadmiums and ?Thalliums with Hg steel (page 346): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.3.5. From Redistribution and comparable Reactions (pages 346–347): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.4. Ge?Group?IIB Bonds (pages 347–348): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.4.1. From Germyl–Alkali?Metal Reagents with Group?IIB Halides and Organohalides (page 348): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.4.2. From Organogermanium Hydrides with Zn, Cd and Hg Dialkyls (pages 348–351): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.4.3. From Organohalogermanes with Na Amalgam (pages 351–352): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.4.4. From Germylcadmiums, ?Thalliums and ?Bismuths with Hg (page 352): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.4.5. From Digermanes with Hg(II) Compounds (pages 352–353): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.4.6. From Germyl–Group–IIB Compounds by means of Redistribution (page 353): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.4.7. shape Silyl– or Germylmercurials and Ge(IV) Halides (page 354): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.4.8. by way of Insertion of Germylenes into Hg—C or Hg—Ge Bonds (pages 354–355): F. Glockling
Chapter 5.7.5. Tin?Group?IIB Bonds (pages 355–356): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.7.5.1. From the weather (pages 356–357): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.7.5.1.2. With Cd (page 357): A. ok. Sawyer
Chapter 5.7.5.1.3. With Hg (page 357): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.7.5.2. From Organotin Hydrides with Zn, Cd and Hg Dialkyls (pages 358–359): A. ok. Sawyer
Chapter 5.7.5.2.2. With Cd Alkyls (pages 359–360): A. ok. Sawyer
Chapter 5.7.5.2.3. With Hg Alkyls (pages 360–362): A. ok. Sawyer
Chapter 5.7.5.3. From Organotin Halides with Germylmercurials (page 362): A. ok. Sawyer
Chapter 5.7.5.4. From Organotin Alkoxides with Silylmercurials (page 363): A. okay. Sawyer
Chapter 5.7.6. Lead—Group–IIB Bonds (page 364): F. Huber and okay. Gratz
Chapter 5.7.6.1.2. by means of relief (pages 364–365): F. Huber and okay. Gratz
Chapter 5.7.6.1.3. by means of Electrolysis (page 365): F. Huber and ok. Gratz
Chapter 5.7.6.2. In Organolead?Group?IIB Compounds (pages 365–366): F. Huber and okay. Gratz

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