Modern Inorganic Chemistry

Inorganometallic Chemistry

Editors: Fehlner, Thomas P. (Ed.)

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There is a certain fascination associated with words. The manipulation of strings of symbols according to mutually accepted rules allows a language to express history as well as to formulate challenges for the future. But language changes as old words are used in a new context and new words are created to describe changing situations. How many words has the computer revolution alone added to languages? "Inorganometallic" is a word you probably have never encountered before. It is one created from old words to express a new presence. A strange sounding word, it is also a term fraught with internal contradiction caused by the accepted meanings of its constituent parts. "In­ organic" is the name of a discipline of chemistry while "metallic" refers to a set of elements constituting a subsection of that discipline. Why then this Carrollian approach to entitling a set of serious academic papers? Organic, the acknowledged doyenne of chemistry, is distinguished from her brother, inorganic, by the prefix "in," i. e. , he gets everything not organic. Organometallic refers to compounds with carbon-metal bonds. It is simple! Inorganometallic is everything else, i. e. , compounds with noncarbon-metal element bonds. But why a new term? Is not inorganic sufficient? By virtue of training, limited time, resources, co-workers, and so on, chemists tend to work on a specific element class, on a particular compound type, or in a particular phase. Thus, one finds element-oriented chemists (e. g.

Table of contents (9 chapters)

  • Introduction

    Fehlner, Thomas P.

    Pages 1-11

  • Main Group Fragments as Ligands to Transition Metals

    Fehlner, Thomas P.

    Pages 13-71

  • Transition Metal—Main Group Cluster Compounds

    Housecroft, Catherine E.

    Pages 73-178

  • Bonding Connections and Interrelationships

    Mingos, D. M. P.

    Pages 179-221

  • Experimental Comparison of the Bonding in Inorganometallic and Organometallic Complexes by Photoelectron Spectroscopy

    Lichtenberger, Dennis L. (et al.)

    Pages 223-251

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Bibliographic Information

Bibliographic Information
Book Title
Inorganometallic Chemistry
Editors
  • Thomas P. Fehlner
Series Title
Modern Inorganic Chemistry
Copyright
1992
Publisher
Springer US
Copyright Holder
Springer Science+Business Media New York
eBook ISBN
978-1-4899-2459-9
DOI
10.1007/978-1-4899-2459-9
Hardcover ISBN
978-0-306-43986-5
Softcover ISBN
978-1-4899-2461-2
Edition Number
1
Number of Pages
XIV, 401
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