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Dictionary of Organometallic Compounds: Fifth Supplement. Cumulative Structure Index to Supplements
Name: Dictionary of Organometallic Compounds: Fifth Supplement. Cumulative Structure Index to Supplements
Author: j. e. macintyre
Pages: 253
Year: 1990
Language: English
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The Dictionary of Organometallic Compounds in three volumes published 1984 The First Supplement published 1985 The Second Supplement published 1986 The Third Supplement published 1987 The Fourth Supplement published 1988 The Fifth Supplement (in two volumes) published 1989 This Cumulative Structure Index covering Supplements 1 5 published 1990 1990 Springer Science+ Business Media Dordrecht Originally published by Chapman and Hall Ltd in 1990 Typeset in the United States of America by Mack Printing Company, Easton, Pennsylvania 18042 ISBN 0 412 35680 5 ISBN 978 1 4757 4968 7 All rights reserved. No part of this book may be reproduced or transmitted, in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, or stored in any retrieval system of any nature, without the written permission of the copyright holder and the publisher, application for which shall made to the publisher. British Library Cataloguing in Publication Data Dictionary of organometallic compounds. Fifth supplement 1. Organometallic compounds I. Macintyre, J. (Jane), 1958 547' .05 ISBN 978 1 4757 4968 7 Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data Dictionary of organometallic compounds. Kept up to date by supplements and indexes. Includes bibliographies and indexes. 1. Organometallic compounds Dictionaries. QD41l.D53 1984 547' .05'0321 84 19952 ISBN 978 1 4757 4968 7 ISBN 978 1 4757 4966 3 (eBook) DOI 10.1007/978 1 4757 4966 3


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EXECUTIVE EDITOR J .E. Macintyre ASSISTANT EDITOR F.M. Daniel INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD E.W.Abel University of Exeter B.J. Aylett* Queen Mary College, London M.A. Bennett Australian National University, Canberra C. Floriani Universite de Lausanne W.A.G. Graham University of Alberta D.J. Cardin Trinity College, Dublin S.A. Cotton Stanground School, Peterborough R.J. Cross University of Glasgow A.G. Davies University College, London R.S. Edmundson Formerly University of Bradford P. G. Harrison University of Nottingham R.B. King University of Georgia M. Kumada University of Kyoto M.P. Lappert* University of Sussex J.P. Normant Universite Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris P.L. Pauson* University of Strathclyde *Executive Members SPECIAL EDITORS G.R. Knox University of Strathclyde R. Landham A/can International J. B. Leach Oxford Polytechnic A. McKillop University of East Anglia P.L. Pauson University of Strathclyde v O.A. Reutov University of Moscow D. Seyferth Massachusetts Institute of Technology P.G.A. Stone University of Bristol B.M. Trost Stanford University G. Wilke Max Planck Institut Fur Kohlenforschung, Millheim J.D. Smith University of Sussex A.C. Sullivan Queen Mary College, London B.J. Wakefield University of Salford D.R.M. Walton University of Sussex J.L. Wardell University of Aberdeen C. White University of Sheffield


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Structure Index Introduction This is the first time the Structure Index has been issued since the Main Work of the Dictionary of Organometallic Compounds was published in 1984. At that time, the index was much praised as a browsing facility and for allowing users to pinpoint structural features readily. This cumulative index covering Supplements 1 5 has therefore been issued with readers' demands in mind. 1. Using the Index The Structure Index displays in reduced size the structural formulae from all entries in Supplements 1 5 inclusive. These structural formulae are contained within metal element sections ordered according to the element symbol, and within each section in order of Dictionary Number. The Dictionary Number consists of a metal element symbol followed by a five digit number. The first digit indicates the Supplement in which the entry is to be found. When searching for a specific compound, the Structure Index to Supplements 1 5 should be consulted before the one in the Main Work. If the compound of interest is found in one of the Supplements there should be no need for the reader to consult the Main Work. This is because where a Supplement Entry contains additional or corrected information referring to an earlier entry the new entry replaces the old one. vii


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AI Aluminum Me3AJON029 Me2AISEt .,.. R ,.. .s o ~ = O,S_...N'R R Me Me.f "',\"''' M Me / ' R 1 rN' A(J'"i,, I'. R Mo Al 10002 Al 10003 Al 10004 Al 10005 R Mc.R1 ~ ! c .. , Me, ! I ;<JMo, s""'c N . R H As Al l 0007 with Al 10007 Al 10008 R = Cl, R1 = C(CH,), Al 10012 Et,AINHCH,CH,CH, Al 10013 Al 10014 Al 10015 As Al 1 0007 with R =Me, R' = C(CH,J, Al 10016 As Al l 0008 with R =Me As Al 10014 with X=CH, As Al 10014 with X= OMe As Al l 0022 with R=X=H Al 10017 Al 10021 Al 10022 Al 10023 Al 10024 Al 10025 Al 10026 ,AISMe Al 10027 AI(CH2PMe,), Al 10028 00 Al 10048 99 Al 10049 R1 R, R1 R' '.a.1 Af.. R' " ' p/ 'R' R5 R' ... Me.R1 Ph Al 10053 2A!SePh Al 10056 As Al 10035 with R = cH,CH(CH,), Al 10057 a ax a Al 10080 ,AlNMePh Al 10081 Al 10063 As Al l 0060 with R = H,X= CH, AI Ph, Al 10064 Al 10065 Al 10066 Al 10067 Al 10069 Al 10070 Al 10072 Al 10073 [ CH lee Al 10074 Al 10076


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Al 10077 Al 20043 As Al 10060 with R =CH,,X = H Al 10077 Al 10078 (H,CCH,CH,CH,),AINPh, Al 10079 K' i'Y"l(AI{CH,cH(CH,),1 a:lV Ph a Rj H Al 10081 As Al 10081 with R 1=Me,R2=H Al 10082 Al 10084 Al 10086 AI, Al 10087 As Al l 0092 with R=Et R Me Al 10089 Al 10092 Al 10094 Al 10096 As Al l 0096 with R = Et Al 10098 As Al !0096 with R = CH,CH(CH3), Al 10100 Al 10101 As Al 10101 with R1 =Me, R2 = C(CH3), Al 10102 AI3 Al 10103 Ph Al 10105 As Al !0105 with X =Et Al 10106 Al 10108 000'"0 MeAIH,e Cl, /!," )" M('o/"'a I Al 10109 Al 20001 Et10dA1.,Me dimtr, Et:Ocomplu Al 20004 Me2CIA10==CH2 Al 20005 Al 20006 (H,C),CHAIH36 Al 20007 (EtCIAl),O Al 20008 3 K' R,..... A.J 'll ''"'" R Me.R'"' R H Al 20009 Al 20010 H,CCH,CH(CH,)CH,AICl, Al 20011 Al 20013 Al 20014 ~ R R H Al 20016 H,C==C(CH3)AJMe36 Al 20017 Al 20019 As AI 20 lO I with R = Me, R' = H, R' = C(CH3), Al 20020 As Al 20009 with R = Et, R' = R' = H Al 20021 9 Al 20022 As Al 00038 with R = Me, R' = Ph (hexamer) Al 20023 Me,AIO=CCH,CH2CH, Al 20024 Al 20025 Structure Index to AI Al 20028 Al 20027 (Me,P) CH2(AJMe3) Al 20028 R Cl.R' .Et Mo. X .Me "ii ''""' As AI 20029 with R = R1 =Me Al 20029 Al 20030 Al 20031 Al 20032 AIC!],O Al 20033 As AI 20025 with R = R' = Et, R' = H Al 20036 As AI 20025 with R = Et, R' = R' = CH, Al 20037 As AI 20009 with R = Et, R' = R' =Me Al 20038 EtAI(OEt),9 Al 20039 Al 20040 As Al 20031 with H,C D Al 20041 As AI 20031 with R QCH, Al 20042 Al 20043


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Al 20045 Al 30001 R'A}R ) x : H ~ H ~ t N R i R J ' ~ d i ~ r R et.R'.,.Mc Al 20045 6 As Al 20031 with H,h k u H,C Al 20046 Al 20047 Al 20048 Al 20049 H3CCH2CH2CH2CH2C(CH3)=CHAIMe, Al 20050 0 R' I R R R"' R' Et Al 20051 Al 20052 Al 20053 ,A10Et Al 20054 As Al 20025 with R CH2CH(CH3),, R' = R' H Al 20055 9 Al 20057 PhC(CH3)=CHAIMe2 Al 20059 Al 20060 Al 20062 PbAJ2Al0CH,CH,CH,CH, Al 20067 " Al 20068 ,Al(H) CH2CH,CH,CH,]6 Al 20069 Al 20073 H3CCH2CH2CH2CH2C(A!Et,), Al 20074 As Al 20062 with m = l, n = 2 9 As Al 20062 with m=n= l Al 20075 Al 20076 Al 20078 Al 20079 PhAl(OCH,CH,CH,CH,), Al 20080 PhAI,AJ Al 20081 2Al(CH2)s0Et Al 20092 Ph,A!O(CH,),CH, Al 20094 Q, R' R R R' R .. R' Et Al 20096 Al 20098 .,AI, Al 20100 R R' I I R AJ N R I I R' N Al R I I R' R R Et.R' .., Pb.R' CH1Ph Al 20101 2Al(CH2)sNEtz Al 20102 R ..., _...R ..,.AI Al., R H H R R Me Al 20103 Al 20105 ,Al Al 20106 ,AI Al 20107 Ph,AlO(CH,).CH, Al 20109 As AI 20029 with R=R1 =CH,Ph Al 20110 Al 20111 Al 20113 Structure Index to AI ,AJOAJz Al 20114 Ei,J'v.f'' Ef' y 'a R "' Al 20115 ,Al Al 20117 ,Al Al 20137 tl(CO)z (C,) Al 30001


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Al 30002 Al 40032 Al 30002 Et(CI)A!CH,CH,AlC!, Al 30003 Al 30004 CI,Al(CH,),AICI(CH,),AlClEt Al 30005 As Al 30008 with R=Et Al 30006 Al 30007 R Me Al 30008 R CH, Al 30009 As Al 20016 with R=CH3 Al 30010 As Al 50014 with R 1=Et,R2=Me Al 30011 ? H,C ;.IJrn, b Al 30012 Me2AIOC(CH3),C==CCH3 Al 30013 Et,AlOA1Et2 As AI 20029 with R=R'=Et Al 30014 Al 30015 Al 3001& H,C(CH,),C(CH3)=CHA!Mez A1 30017 MeOCH,OCH=CHCH,AIEt,9 Al 30018 9 Al 30020 (H3C),CHOCH=CHCH2AIEt39 Al 30021 ,AIOAlH Al 30022 R' Me R2 Me;;'lR' I Me AlMe, R1 C(CH3)3 Rl,..H RJ CH, Al 30023 Al 30024 Me2AINC(CH3),PPh2 Al 30026 Me2AINPhPPh2 Al 30029 Me,AlN(Me)=C(Ph)C(Ph)=OAIMe3 Al 30030 As AI 30023 with R1=Me,R2=R3=Ph Al 30031 As AI 30023 with R1 = CH(CH,),, R2 = R3 =Ph Al 30032 Al 30033 Al 30038 5 Al 40001 EtAl(OEt), Al 40002 Me2AICH(PMe2), Al 40003 Me,AICH(PMe,j,0 Al 40005 Al 40006 Al 40007 Al 40008 Al 40009 Me,AlPMePh Al 40010 Al 40011 Structure Index to AI Me Me Me '.!( /' Me Me R PMe1 R 2 A1Me3 R1 H.R.1 CHs Al 40012 Al 40015 Al 40016 Me2AI, Al 40020 Al 40022 Al 40023 Al 40025 Me3AINMe=CPhCPh=O Al 40027 As AI 30023 with R1 = C(CH3)3, R' = H, R' =Ph Al 40029 Al 40031 Al 40032


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