The Coordination Chemistry of Polypyrazolborate LigandseBook - 1999
"This book deals with polypyrazolylborates (scorpionates), a class of ligands known since 1966, but becoming rapidly popular with inorganic, organometallic and coordination chemists since 1986, because of their versatility and user-friendliness. The book is intended as a reference work, placing at the researcher's command practically all of the over 1500 references on the subject up to, and into 1999, organized both according to the ligand type and according to the metal or metalloid being coordinated. It acquaints the reader with the special features of this ligand system and permits an assessment of what has been done in a given sub-area, and of which areas remain relatively unexplored. It presents procedures for ligand synthesis, and also covers their use in catalysis and in the modelling of biologically active substances."--Jacket.
Publisher: River Edge, NJ : Imperial College Press, ©1999
Characteristics: 1 online resource (x, 282 pages) : illustrations