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Patai S. — The Chemistry of Organic Silicon Compounds (part 1-2)
Patai S. — The Chemistry of Organic Silicon Compounds (part 1-2)

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Название: The Chemistry of Organic Silicon Compounds (part 1-2)

Автор: Patai S.

Аннотация:

Organosilicon compounds are key organometallic compounds (R-Si) which have many uses in materials science and in metallurgy. Their applications include the synthesis of sugars and in the synthesis of organic compounds for the pharmaceutical industry. This volume will contain both updated chapters on key topics included in the original volumes as well as a number of new chapters reflecting the rapid developments made in silicon chemistry and its applications to organometallic chemistry, materials science, and semiconductors, over the last five years. As for the majority of volumes in this series, chapters will be prepared by leading scientists in the field.


Язык: en

Рубрика: Химия/

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Год издания: 1989

Количество страниц: 1673

Добавлена в каталог: 16.04.2007

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$(d-d)\pi$ bonding      273 1433 1435 1436 1442
$(p-d)\pi$ bonding      896—897 901
$Cisobitan^R$      1154 1187
$Conjoncltyl^R$      1153
$d-\pi$-conjugation      4
$d^0$ complexes      273—274 1435
$LD_{50}$ values      1151 1183 1184
$\alpha$-Hydrogen, activation of      954—955
$\alpha$-Hydroxy ketones, synthesis of      771 798 803
$\alpha$-Keto esters asymmetric reduction of      1513—1514
$\alpha$-Keto esters synthesis of      787
$\alpha$-Ketoacylamino esters, asymmetric reduction of      1514
$\alpha$-Methylstyrene, hydrosilylation of      1486—1487
$\alpha$-Siloxyaidehydes, synthesis of      1468
$\alpha$-Silyl enol      196
$\alpha$-Silyl ketones      194 196
$\alpha$-Silyl organometallic reagents      787—789
$\alpha$-Silyl substitution, $S_N2$ reactivity affected by      203
$\alpha$-Silylallyl anions, in Peterson reaction      949
$\alpha$-Silylaziridines      954
$\alpha$-Silylcarbanions      450 495 496 907—908 942—951
$\alpha$-Silylcarbanions formation of      942—944
$\alpha$-Silylcarbanions in Peterson reaction      944—951
$\alpha$-Silylcarbenium ions      193—196
$\alpha$-Silylcarbonium ions      904—905 920 929
$\alpha$-Silylcarboxylic acids, acidity of      816
$\alpha$-Silylepoxides      798 951—954
$\alpha$-Silylvinyl alcohols      80
$\alpha$-Silylvinyl carbanions, in Peterson reaction      950
$\alpha$-Silylvinyl cation      194
$\alpha$-stabilization energies      386
$\alpha,\beta$-Epoxysilanes rearrangement of      952
$\alpha,\beta$-Epoxysilanes ring-opening reactions of      953
$\alpha,\omega$-Bis(trialkylammoniomethyl)oligodimethylsiloxanes      1155
$\alpha/\omega$-substituents, interactions of      469—470
$\beta$-Azido alcohols      795
$\beta$-Carbonium stabilization      920
$\beta$-Cyclocitral, sila-analogue of      1192
$\beta$-Hydroxypyrazoles, synthesis of      791
$\beta$-Hydroxysilane, synthesis of      789
$\beta$-Iodo acetals, synthesis of      766
$\beta$-Iodo ketones, synthesis of      766
$\beta$-Iodoenones, synthesis of      766
$\beta$-Ionone, sila-analogue of      1192
$\beta$-Pinene, hydrosilylation of      673
$\beta$-Silyl carbonyl compounds, synthesis of      954
$\beta$-Silyl elimination reactions      1448
$\beta$-Silylcarbenium ions      196—198
$\beta$-Silylcarbonium ions      905—906 917 929 930 938
$\beta$-Silylcarbonium ions reactions controlled by formation of      940—941
$\beta$-Silylenolates, stereoselectivity with      936—937
$\beta$-stabilization energies      386
$\gamma$-Silylcarbenium ions      198
$\gamma$-Silylcarbonium ions      906—907
$\gamma$-Silylcarbonium ions reactions involving      941—942
$\pi$-bond energies      8 12 387
$\pi$-bonded species, enthalpies of formation of      387
$\pi$-bonded species, PE spectra of      619—628
$\pi$-complexes      294
$\pi$-complexes NMR spectra of      541—542
$\pi$-inductive effect      896
$\pi$-polarization      1009 1011 1012
(-)Menthone, hydrosilylation of      320 321
(-)Menthoxy derivatives, optically active silanes synthesized from      307—310
(-)Menthyl derivatives, asymmetric reduction of      1513
(-)Methyl-naphth-l-phenylsilanol, synthesis of      723
(2-Chloroethyl)bis(phenylmethoxy)methylsilane, biological activity of      1157
(2-Triorganylsilylethylidene)phosphoranes, allylsilanes synthesized using      672
(N-Methyltrifluoroacetamido)trimethyl-silane      710
(Trimethylsilyl)ethynyl cations, NMR spectra of      519
(Trimethylsilyl)methyl anion      494
(Trimethylsilyl)trimethyldisilane, reactions of      1024 1040
1, 2-Acetoxy migration      967
1,1-Dimethyl-1-silacyclopentenes      672 694 696
1,1-Diphenylsila-2-cyclohexanone      986
1,1-Diphenylsilacyclobutane      972
1,1-Diphenylsilene      973
1,2,4,5-Tetr$\alpha$-f-butyl-1,2,4,5-tetraphospha-3-silaspiro[2.2]pentane      1381
1,2,4-Triphosphabuta-1, 3-dienes, silylsubstituted      1373—1374
1,2-Bis(trimethylsilyl)ethane      617
1,2-Dioxetanes, synthesis of      802
1,2-Diphosphatrisilacyclopentane derivatives      1382
1,2-Disilaoxetanes      696
1,2-Disiloxetanes      1038
1,2-elimination of      41
1,2-Silaoxetane      100 119
1,2-Siloxetanes, formation during photolysis      995
1,3,4,6-Tetraphosph$\alpha$-1, 5-dienes, silylsubstituted      1374
1,3,7-Octatriene, hydrosilylation of      1495
1,3-Butadiynes, hydrosilylation of      1499
1,3-Cyclohexadiene, hydrosilylation of      1496
1,3-Diols, synthesis of      774
1,3-Dioxa-2,4-disilacyclobutane      97
1,3-Diphospha-2, 4-disilacyclobutanes      97 262
1,3-Diphospha-2-silacyclopentane derivatives      1382
1,3-Diphosphacyclobutenes, silyl-substituted      1373
1,3-Disilacyclobutanes      97 990
1,3-Pentadiene, hydrosilylation of      1495 1497 1499
1,3-Silyl shift      994
1-Acetoxyalkylsilanes      1197
1-Arylsilatranes, toxicity of      1151—1152
1-Chloro-1-silabicyclo[2, 2, 2]octane, synthesis of      705
1-Chlorosilatrane      829
1-Haloadamantanes, cyanation of      772
1-Heteroarylvinyltrimethylsilane      665
1-Hydroxyalkylsilanes, biotransformation of      1197
1-Methylsilyne      128
1-Naphthylphenylhalosilanes menthanolysis of      314
1-Naphthylphenylhalosilanes racemization of      870
1-Naphthylphenylmethylsilyl derivatives, nucleophilic substitution in      842 845
1-Oxa-2,7-disilacyclohept-4-ene      704—705
1-Phenyl-1-trimethylsilyl-2-ethoxymethyl-1-silacyclopropane      694
1-Silaacenaphthenes      698
1-Silacyclopropylidime      128
1-Silylsilene      127
1-Trimethylsiiyladamantane      660
1-Trimethylsilyl-oct-1-yne-3-ol      679
1-Trimethylsilylalkynes, catalytic hydrogenation of      669
1-Trimethylsilylcyclohexa-1, 4-diene      670
19-Nortestosterone, silyl derivatives of      1147
2,2-DimethyI-2,3-dihydro-2-silaphenalene      699
2,6-cis-Diphenylhexamethylcyclotetrasiloxane      1154 1187
2-(l-Naphthyl)-2-sila-1,2,3,4-tetrahydronaphthalene, resolution of      308
2-Bromo-trimethylsilyl-pyridines      692
2-Naphth-1yl-2-organyl-2-silatetralin derivatives      700
2-Phenylheptamethyltrisilane, photolysis of      1021
2-Phosph$\alpha$-1, 3-disilacyclopentane derivatives      1383
2-Sila-1,3-dithiacyclopentane      1406
2-Silaacetate anion      496
2-Silaoxetanes adducts of      1092
2-Silaoxetanes formation of      1090—1091
2-Siloxysilenes, addition reactions of      1098
2-Trimethylsilyl-4-f-butylpyridine      692
2-Trimethylsilyl-ethynyl-1,3-dioxane      678
21-Hydroxyprogesterone, synthesis of      781
3,3-Dichloro-3H-3-benzosilepin      566
3,3-Dimethyl-3-silabicyclo[3.2.0]heptane      705
3,4-Bis(trimethylsilyl)-5-ethoxycarbonylpyrazole      686
3,4-Bis(trimethylsilyl)pyrazole      686
3,4-Bis(trimethylsilyl)pyrazolium nitrate      687
3,5,7-Tris(trimethylsilyl)tricyclo[2.2.1.0]heptaphosphane      1378
3-(Trimethylsilyl)cyclohexyl brosylate, solvolysis of      941
3-Trimethylsilyl-2-propynoate      678
3-Trimethylsilyl-4, 5-dihydro-5-phenylisoxazole      691
3-Trimethylsilyl-4-phenylpyrazole      686
3-Trimethylsilyl-5-ethoxycarbonylpyrazole      686
3-Trimethylsilyl-cyclooctene      676
3-Trimethylsilyl-methylcyclopentadiene      674
3-Trimethylsilyl-methylpyrazole      688
3-Trimethylsilyl-propynal      678
3-Trimethylsilylindoles      800
3-Trimethylsilylpyrazoles      686—689
3-Trimethylsilylthiophene      685—686
4,5-Diaminouracil, silylation of      715
4,7,11-Tris(trimethylsilyl)pentacyclo[6.3.0.0.0.0]undecaphosphane      1378
4-Aminopyrazoles, synthesis using trimethylsilyl cyanide      771
4-Bromo-3-trimethylsilyl-pyrazole      687
4-Cyanobutenolides, synthesis of      770
5,6-Bis(trifluoromethyl)-2-silabicyclo[2, 2, 2]octa-5,7-diene      564
5-Trimethylsilyl-methylisoxazole      691
7-Silanorbornadienyl iron derivative      1432
7-Silanorbornane      699
8-Trimethylsilyl-4H-1,2,3,4-tetrakis(methylcarbony|)quinolizine      694
9, 10-Disilaphenanthrene derivatives      703
9,10-Disilaanthracene derivatives      702
9,9-Dimethyl-1,2,5,6-tetraphospha-9-silatricyclo[3.3.1.0]nonane      1381
9-Phenyl-9-silaxanthene      699
9-Silaanthracene derivatives      699
Aalbersberg, W.G.L.      915 (123) 959
Aamodt, L.C.      5 (31) 50
Ab initio calculations      62—65
Ab initio calculations carbanion stabilization      908
Ab initio calculations gas-phase acidities      814
Ab initio calculations nucleophilic substitution      857
Ab initio calculations proton affinities      821 822
Abboud, J.L.M.      810 (7) 835
Abdejaken, F.      1045 (116) 1136
Abdesaken, F.      38 (203) 54 60 108 116 120 122 167) 213 219 228 236 237 61) 294 295 314 40) 366 519 520 532 32) 533 548 549 551 988 1004 1044 1045 106) 1068 1072 1078 105) 1085 1086 1100 106) 1101 1135
Abe, R.      775 (53) 805
Abe, T.      1396 (5) 1411
Abe, Y.      424 (380) 442
Abel, E.      1218
Abel, E.W.      671 (82) 745 746 753 760 819 822 836 1364 1384 1388 1389 110) 1390 1393 1395 1396 3) 1397 10 13 14) 1400 13 22 24) 1402 1406 1410 1411
Aberg, B.      1154 (89) 1201
Abkowitz, M.      1236 (130) 1240
Aboujaoude, E.EM.      788 (107) 806
Abraham, M.      810 (7) 835
Abraham, W.R.      1144 1193 1199
Abramova, E.A.      726 (305) 758
Abrosimova, A.T.      1155 1181 1201
Acenaphthylenylsilanes      684—685
Acetamidosilane      710
Acetoxy groups, analysis of      409 420
Acetylene, hydrosilylation of      1482 1489
Acetylenes, trimethylsilyl cyanide added to      773
Acetylenic silanes      785—787 (see also «Ethynylsilanes»)
Acetylsilanes      1194—1196
Achiba, Y.      556 557 558 561 562 568 576 583 584 586 587 588 593 594 596 597 600 602 604 606 607 608 615 619 620 621 627 629 644
Achiwa, K.      791 (121) 794 795 807 1509 199b) 1525
Acidity      812—817
Acidity definitions      810
Acidity definitions, measurement of      810—812
Ackerman, J.L.      544 (127) 553
Ackermann, J.      1170 (186 188 189) 1203
Ackermann, K.      291 (415 417 418) 292 (417) 303 327 328 367 540 541 553 1438 1439 1441 1474
Activating effects      893—956
Acyclic compounds, photochemistry of      966—968 973—975 976—977
Acyclic oligosilanes, synthesis of      1210—1211
Acyclic silanes photolysis of      966—968
Acyclic silanes stereochemistry compared with cyclic silanes      352
Acyl chlorides, reactions with phosphinosilanes      1371
Acyl nitrites, trimethylsilylation of      769
Acyldisilanes, photolysis of      987
Acyloxyorganylsilanes      730—732
Acylpolysilanes      987—989
Acylsilanes NMR spectra of      519 520
Acylsilanes photolysis of      984—987
Acylsilanes synthesis of      1444 1456 1466
Acylsulfenyl halides      804
Acylthioorganylsilanes      749—750
Aczel, T.      501 (175a) 510
Adamantane derivatives 1-halo-derivative      772
Adamantane derivatives silylenium ion intermediate      1013
Adamantane derivatives trimethylsilyl derivative      660
Adams, B.R.      97 98 100 218
Adams, K.P.      1486 (53c) 1522
Adams, R.E.      414 415 418 438
Adcock, W.      660 (31) 752 902 44) 957
Additivity rules      372—374 381
Adley, A.D.      1257 1267 1287
Adoni, E.      638 (234) 652
Agakhanova, T.B.      1500 (113) 1523
Agarunov, M.JM.      372 379 380 390
Ager, D.J.      203 (355a) 224 663 752 787 806 945 946 962
Aggarwal, R.C.      210 211 225 1257 1287
Aglinlov, N.K.      425 (387) 442
Agripat, S.A.      716 (250) 757
Aguir, A.M.      1509 (200a) 1525
Ahlers, P.E.      394 (7) 434
Ahlfors, C.      1159 1185 1202
Ahlrichs, R.      63 (30b) 106 107 109 111 112 113 116 201 205 207 364) 214 218 224 225 280 303 451 506 559 (49) 646
Ahmed, W.      851 (42) 889 1279 1288
Ainshtein, A.A.      426 (403) 442
Ainstein, S.A.      431 (451) 443
Ainsworth, C.      736 (364) 737 759
Airey, W.      242 (73 74) 254 255 263 74) 295 298 549 553
Aitken, C.      48 (279) 56 1426 1440 1462 294 297) 1472 1476
Aitken, C.T.      1225 (90) 1239 1426 1435 1438 1440 1462 1472
Aiube, Z.H.      886 887 892 1124 (381) 1141
Aizpurua, J.M.      804 (165) 808
Ajimura, N.      785 (97) 806
Ajinomoto Co.Inc.      735 (360) 759
Akaba, R.      548 (146) 553
Akai, S.      785 (97) 806
Akhmedov, I.M.      1481 (6) 1493 1520 1522
Akhrem, I.      1279 (171) 1288
Akhrem, I.S.      457 482 507
Akiba, K.Y.      933 (191) 960
Akita, M.      1269 (135 136) 1287 1450 (228) 1475
Akkerman, O.S.      458 (65) 507
Akkok, S.      475 480 508
Aksamentova, T.N.      827 (107) 837 1244 1285
Aktaiay, Y.      634 (224) 652
Al-Derzi, A.      11 (58) 51 150 220 1131 1142
Al-Khayat, T.H.      915 (125) 959
Al-Shali, S.A.I.      880 (145) 884 886 145) 892
Al-Wassil, A.I.      882 (123 127) 891
Alanes, optically active organosilanes reduced by      350—351
Albanesi, T.E.      1068 1069 1086 1139
Albanov, A.I.      1256 1257 1261 120) 1286
Albaugh-Robertson, P.      932 (188) 960
Albitskaya, V.M.      1482 (33 34) 1521
Albrecht, H.      711 (227) 756
Albright, M.J.      270 (323 328) 301
Albright, T.A.      1434 (127) 1472
Alcock, N.W.      834 (145 146) 838
Alcohols, silyl-substituted      193
Aldehydes hydrosilylation of      1499—1515
Aldehydes trimethylsilyl cyanide added to      769
Aldoshin, S.M.      1254 (88) 1286
Aldous, G.L.      660 (31) 752 902 957
Aldrich, J.H.      1157 (123) 1202
Aleksandrova, Yu.A.      1323 1324 1359
Alekseev, N.V.      4 (4) 49 60 205 213 230 279 289 292 294 1249 1286
Alekseeva, G.M.      1482 1483 1521
Alekseeva, Z.I.      425 (396) 442
Alexakis, A.      765 (7) 805
Alexander, A.G.      966 (9) 1001
Alexander, G.      429 (431 432) 443 1331 1332 1360
Alexander, J.J.      1453 (246) 1475
Alexeev, N.V.      262 (279) 263 300
Alfrey, T.      1311 (125 128) 1359
Alfthan, O.      1154 1184 1201
Aliphatic compounds, electrophilic reactions in      910—942
Alkenes hydrosilylation of      1480—1487 1488—1490
Alkenes reductive silylation of      671
Alkenylpentafluorosilicates      1269—1270
Alkenylthioorganylsilanes      749
Alkenyltrifluorosilanes      1269
Alkoxides, coupling reactions with      345
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