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Main Title Mechanisms of inorganic reactions.
Author Murmann, R. Kent
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Murmann, R. Kent
CORP Author Kansas. University.; American Chemical Society. Division of Inorganic Chemistry.
Publisher American Chemical Society,
Year Published 1965
OCLC Number 00336952
Subjects Chemical reactions--Congresses. ; Chemistry, Inorganic--Congresses. ; Anorganische verbindingen. ; Reactiemechanismen (chemie) ; Reacoes quimicas (cinetica e mecanismo) ; Réactions chimiques--Congrès. ; Chimie inorganique--Congrès.
Additional Subjects Chemical reactions--Congresses ; Chemistry, Inorganic--Congresses
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http://pubs.acs.org/doi/book/10.1021/ba-1965-0049
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EJDM  QD1.A355 no. 49 Env Science Center Library/Ft Meade,MD 06/10/1994
Collation vii, 266 pages illustrations 24 cm.
Notes
"Summer symposium of the Division of Inorganic Chemistry of the American Chemical Society at the University of Kansas, Lawrence, Kan., June 21-24, 1964." Includes bibliographical references.
Contents Notes
Introduction / John C. Bailar, Jr. -- The role of ion-association in the substitution reactions of octahedral complexes in non-aqueous solution / Martin Tobe -- Mechanisms of substitution reactions of cobalt (III) cyanide complexes -- Albert Haim, R.J. Grassi and W.K. Wilmarth -- The kinetics and mechanism of formation of metal complexes / R.G. Wilkins -- Substitution reactions of square planar complexes / Fred Basolo -- Bridging groups in electron transfer reactions / Henry Taube -- The oxidation or reduction of ligands by metal ions in unstable states of oxidation / Michael Anbar -- Kinetic patterns of ligand reacitivity / Mark M. Jones -- Insertion reactions of metal complexes / Richard F. Heck -- Acid-base reactions in fused salts / Frederick R. Duke -- Spectrospecific, photolysis of aquenous Cr(EN)b2s(OH)b2s+ ion / Arthur W. Adamson.