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Compounds of Germanium, Tin, and Lead, including Biological Activity and Commercial Application

Covering the Literature from 1937 to 1964

by Richard W. Weiss

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Organic Chemistry,
  • Inorganic Chemistry,
  • Chemistry

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    Statementedited by Richard W. Weiss
    SeriesOrganometallic Compounds, Methods of Synthesis, Physical Constants and Chemical Reactions -- 2
    ContributionsSpringerLink (Online service)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD415-436
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    PaginationXIX, 697 p.
    Number of Pages697
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27025584M
    ISBN 109783642518898

    Bismuth is a chemical element with the symbol Bi and atomic number It is a pentavalent post-transition metal and one of the pnictogens with chemical properties resembling its lighter homologs arsenic and tal bismuth may occur naturally, although its sulfide and oxide form important commercial ores. The free element is 86% as dense as is a brittle metal with a silvery Pronunciation: /ˈbɪzməθ/ ​(BIZ-məth). This section lists some binary compounds with halogens (known as halides), oxygen (known as oxides), hydrogen (known as hydrides), and some other compounds of nobelium. For each compound, a formal oxidation number for nobelium is given, but the usefulness of this number is limited for p .

    Tin is a chemical element with the symbol Sn (from Latin: stannum) and atomic number Tin is a silvery metal that characteristically has a faint yellow hue. Tin, like indium, is soft enough to be cut without much force. [7] When a bar of tin is bent, the so-called tin cry can be heard as a result of sliding tin crystals reforming; this trait is shared by indium, cadmium, and frozen mercury.   Germanium forms only a 2+ ion because its outer shell is too close to the nucleus for further electrons to be totally removed. However, tin and lead can form both 4+ and 2+ ions. The tendency to form the 2+ rather than the 4+ ion increases between tin and lead, partly because the 3rd and 4th electrons become slightly more difficult to remove.

    High Purity Germanium Metal Powder % For Titanium Germanium Necklace, Find Complete Details about High Purity Germanium Metal Powder % For Titanium Germanium Necklace,High Purity Germanium Metal Powder,mesh Germanium Powder,Titanium Germanium Necklace from Other Metals & Metal Products Supplier or Manufacturer-Changsha Santech Materials Co., Ltd.5/5.   Tin and lead are called "poor metals" and exhibit typically metallic characteristics although in higher oxidation states, tin and lead form bonds with high covalent character, and compounds which exist as discrete molecules. For instance, SnCl4 is a fuming .


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Similar Items. Volume II contains derivatives of germanium, tin, and lead. Volume III contains derivatives of arsenic, antimony, and bismuth.

The compilation is based on searches through Chemical Abstracts. Tin is a chemical element with the symbol Sn (from Latin: stannum) and atomic number Tin is a silvery metal that characteristically has a faint yellow hue.

Tin, like indium, is soft enough to be cut without much force. When a bar of tin is bent, the so-called “tin cry” can be heard as a result of sliding tin crystals reforming; this Tin is shared by indium, cadmium, and frozen opes: alpha, α (gray); beta, β (white).

Discussions focus on germanium(II) compounds of phosphorus and arsenic, germanium(II) imide and nitride, monohalides, analytical determination, biological activity, chemical behavior of germanium, and production and industrial use of germanium.

The text then elaborates on organogermanium compounds, complexes of germanium(IV), and tin. Topics Cited by:   Compounds of Germanium, Tin, and Lead, including Biological Activity and Commercial Application: Covering the Literature from toEdition 2 Book 2 The aim of this compilation has been to provide a comprehensive, non critical source of 5/5(5).

Introduction. Germanium was predicted as the missing element of a triad between silicon and tin by J. Newlands inand in D. Mendeleev specified the properties that “ekasilicon” would have ().The new element was discovered by C.

Winkler in during the analysis of a new and rare mineral argyrodite, Ag 8 GeS 6; (1) he named it in honour of his country, Germany.

Book review Full text access Organometallic Compounds: Methods of Synthesis, Physical Constants and Chemical Reactions: Edited by M. Dub. Vol. Compounds of Germanium, Tin and Lead Including Biological Activity and Commercial Application.

First Supplement. By R. Weiss. 2nd ed. Springer-Verlag. Berlin, pp. xxiv + DM Page The Organometallic Chemistry of the Transition Metals: Edition 4 - Ebook written by Robert H. Crabtree. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.

Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read The Organometallic Chemistry of the Transition Metals: Edition : Robert H.

Crabtree. Organic compounds of Ge, Sn, and Pb have many properties that can be useful for such things as microbiocides, pesticides, anticancer treatments, octane number enhancers, and anti-foaming agents. This supplementary volume covers the most recent advances in the fields of photochemistry and structural chemistry.

The authors also discuss the complex formation of these compounds. Written by. Compounds of Germanium, Tin, and Lead, including Biological Activity and Commercial Application: Covering the Literature from to Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg Richard W.

Weiss (auth.), Richard W. Weiss (eds.). In compounds of germanium (where known), the most common oxidation numbers of germanium are: 4, 2, and Hydrides The term hydride is used to indicate compounds of the type M x H y and not necessarily to indicate that any compounds listed behave as hydrides chemically.

Germanium, III/V semiconductors, etc. and it's not out of the question that logical operations can be conducted without carbon, hydrogen, or even nitrogen atoms present.

Theoretically, there is no limit for the molecular structures capable of self-replication, they could be silicon based, lead based, whatever. Germanium is mainly a byproduct of zinc ore processing.

It is a hard, grayish-white element; it has a metallic luster and the same crystal structure as diamond; and it is brittle, like addition, it is important to note that germanium is a semiconductor, with electrical properties between those of a metal and an insulator.

The development of the germanium transistor opened the door to. List of Germanium Compounds, Common Compounds of Germanium Ge, Formula, Molecular Weight. Comparative Chemistry of Isolable Divalent Compounds of Silicon, Germanium, and Tin Article in The Chemical Record 4(4) January with 47 Reads How we measure 'reads'.Heterocyclic compound, also called heterocycle, any of a major class of organic chemical compounds characterized by the fact that some or all of the atoms in their molecules are joined in rings containing at least one atom of an element other than carbon (C).

The cyclic part (from Greek kyklos, meaning “circle”) of heterocyclic indicates that at least one ring structure is present in such.Nomenclature.

The origin of the term post-transition metal is unclear. An early usage is recorded by Deming, inin his well-known book Fundamental Chemistry.

He treated the transition metals as finishing at group 10 (nickel, palladium and platinum).He referred to the ensuing elements in periods 4 to 6 of the periodic table (copper to germanium; silver to antimony; gold to polonium)—in.