Cumulative Subject and Contributor Indexes and Tables of by A.G. Sykes (Eds.)

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18:6 [B,H,,I family of, 18:72 CNPR theory, 18:109, 110 [B,H,,] family of, 18:73 CNPR theory, 18:10&109 [B,,H,,] family of, 18:75 CNPR theory, 18:lll-113 [B,,H,,] family of, 18:75 CNPR theory, 18:113-116 B,H, family of, 18:72 CNPR theory, 18:105 B,H,, family of, 18:72 CNPR theory, 18:101, 102 B,H,, family of, 18:73 CNPR theory, 18:110, 111 B,,H,, family of, 18:74 CNPR theory, 18:100-116 comparison of, 18:82 skeletal bonding electron pairs, 18: 13-15 Carbosilanes, 7:349-418 chemical properties of, 7:385 cyclomass spectra of, 7:395, 397 NMR of, 7:4IO-411 formation of, 7:35&391 from chloromethyl carbosilanes, 7:376385 by direct synthesis, 7:368-370 by gas phase pyrochemical synthesis, 7: 350-371 mechanism of pyrochemical reaction, 7: 363-367 by rearrangement, 7:372-374 using organometallic compounds, 7:374376 methylation of, 7:386-389 NMR of, 7:40&415 photochlorination of, 7:386 reactions of, 7:385-391 of Si functional groups, 7:390-391 rearrangement reactions of, 7:389-390 spectroscopic investigation of, 7:39 1-415 mass spectra of, 7:391 Carbothermic reduction, of actinide oxides, 31: 9 Carboxamides, reaction with hixafluoroacetone.

33:86 Br,O,, dissociation, 33:85 BrO, hydration free energy, 33:84 BrO,-. oxidation, 33:84-85 Broadband transitions, 35345-346 33 BrO,IBr0; redox couple, 33:8486 BrOJHbr0, redox couple, 33:84-85 Broken symmetry analysis. reduced three-iron clusters, 38:453455 energy equation, 3lk427-428, 43 1 four-iron clusters, 38:460 N-Bromacetamide, 1956, 58 Bromate, as oxidizing agent, 22:132, 133 Bromides actinide elements, 2:221-224 C-Br rupture in, 5:149 irradiation of, 5: 155-157 organic. formed by nuclear activation, 5: 187I88 Bromine acetone complex of, 3: 127 activation, hot reactions of, 5171-173 azide addition to alkenes, 26: 182 electronic spectrum, 26: 177 heat of decomposition, 26:173-174 oxidative addition to antimony tribromide.

I75 46 SUBJECT INDEX Chlorine azide (continued) synthesis, 26:170-171 vibrational spectra, 26:175-177 Chlorine dioxide, 552-55 preparation of, 5:52 properties of, 548, 52-53 reactions of, 553-55 Chlorine fluoride, 21:235, 236, 238, 240, 242, 244, 246, 247, 249 geometry of, 18:320-322 oxygenation of, 18:349 oxygen-containing,21:245 Chlorine fluoride oxide radicals, 18:385, 386 Chlorine hydroxide, 5219 Chlorine isotope, half-life determination, 2: 326 Chlorine monofluoride, addition reaction of, 18: 147-150 Chlorine monofluoride oxide, 18:328-330 force field of, 18:329, 330 infrared spectrum of, 18:328, 329 stretching force constants for, 18:330 synthesis of, 18:328 Chlorine nitrate fluorination of, 18:332 preparation of, 5 5 4 Chlorine oxides, 46:109-110, 158 fluorination of, 18:348 Chlorine oxyfluorides, 18:319-389, see also specific compounds adduct formation, 18:327, 328 amphoteric nature of, 18:327, 328 bond lengths, 18:326 bond strengths, 18:323-327 geometry of, 18:320-323 ligand distribution, 18:323 reactivity of, 18:327, 328 stretching force constants, 18:324-327 Chlorine pentafluoride oxide, 18:345, 346 Chlorine trifluoride, reaction with difluoramine, 33: 157 Chlorine trifluoride dioxide, 18:361-367 bonding in, 18:366, 367 internal force constants of, 18:366 molecular structure of, 18:364-367 properties of, 18:362-364 stretching force constants of, 18:366 synthesis of, 18:362-364 thermodynamic data for, 18:387 vibrational spectra of, 18:364, 365 Chlorine trifluoride oxide, 18:331-340 chemical properties of, 18:337-340 internal force constants, 18:335 molecular structure of, 18:334-336 physical properties of, 18:336, 337 reactions of, 18:338, 339 stretching force constants, 18:336 synthesis of, 18:331-334 thermodynamic data for, 18:386, 387 vibrational spectra of, 18:334 Chlorine trioxide hydroxide, structure of, 5: 219 P-(Ch1oro)alkylidenephosphoranes.

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