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Here's the great two-volume index to all the compounds, topics, and authors featured within the eighteen-volume Inorganic Reactions and techniques sequence. Already deemed "invaluable" by means of the magazine of Organometallic Chemistry, the sequence turns into much more crucial with the e-book of those simple, quick-reference better half indexes.Content:

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4. 4. 1 I. 4. 3. 5. 1 Compound Index As2F,zHg, H&(ASF& Formation: 13. 1 As2H2Na207 Naz[HzAs~O,l Formation: 5. 1 bH141<6016 2 KiAsO4. 1 Compound Index AszH36K,,OZn As205 5K2O. 1 As2Hg308 As,OS. 5. I . 2 Reduction by H2: 1. 1 As,S,TI, TIIAG~ Formation: 5. 1 As2Ses Formation: 5. 4. 3 AS3Vs PVsAs? 3 As4H4KZ013 2ASZOS. 1 As4Hlda2016 2As2O5* Na,O. 2 As4S3 Formation: 5. 17. 2 AtIPd PdAtl I I. 9. 2. 1. 2. 1 AuBa BaAu Formation:. 2 AuBrSe AuBrTe, Synthesis: 6. 14. 1. 2. I. 4 AuCEe Synthesis: 6. 1 Reaction with F,: 4.

1. I (table) 5. 9. 2. 2. 2. I. 2. 2 WB Hot-pressing: 13. 2. 3 Reduction with (CH,),SbH: 2. 4 13. 2. 2 Formation: 4. 3 Reaction with NO: 5. 1 Reaction with ROH: 5. 4 B2CI,$2 B2CI, * 2 PCI, Formation: 7 , 4 5 1 2 . 4. 5. 2. 1 B2C0FUH18N6 IC~(NHI)~,IIBFJ~ Reaction with MCp, HCp: 12. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 2. 4 Hot-pressing: 13. 6. 3 Reduction of CH&H=CH2: 2. 4 BzErFe2 Crystal chemistry: 13. 2 BzFJWPzSi (F2P)zNSiHI * 2BH3 Formation: 7,4514. I . 2 BZFSi F2Si(BFd2 Formation: 10. 2. 1. 4 BZH, HZBBHZ Formation: 13.

10. 5 Hydrolysis: 1. 3 Metathesis: 4. 1 Reaction with TeX,: 3. 2 Reaction with HIS: 17. 8. 3 Reaction with M,O,: 4. 2 ~~ Reaction with SO,: 5. 4 Boron trichloride. 3. I Formation: 1. 2. 2. 1 1. I. 2. 3 Reaction with SiCI,: 14. 4. 3 Reaction with (R2N),B, (R,N),AI: 4. 2. 6. 6. 4 Reaction with NaOR: 5. 3 Reaction with F,TeNSX,: 3. 6. I. 6. 1 BCWP FIB * NCl? 1 BCoNb BCoNb-l,h Crystal chemistry: 13. 2. 2. 2. 2. 1 BCsO, CsBO, Compound Index Formation: 5. 7. 2. 2. 8. 5. 4. 1 BF2H4N F,HB. 1 BFzH4P HIB.

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