Inorganic Syntheses, Vol. 32 by Marcetta York Darensbourg

By Marcetta York Darensbourg

The Inorganic Synthesis sequence offers all clients of inorganic components with distinctive and foolproof approaches for the practise of significant and well timed compounds. This new quantity comprises details on water-solubilizing ligands for organometallics, labile ligand complexes, and the syntheses of cluster compounds and hydrides.

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SATTERFIELD, R. L. WEXTWORTH (Hydrogen peroxide, New York. London 1955, S. 1/22), W. MACHU (Das Wasserstoffperoxyd und die Pervm·bindungen, 2. , Wien 1951, s. 1/9). Bildung und Darstellung Allgemeine Literatur: W. MACHU, Das Wasserstoffperoxyd und die Perverbindungen, 2. , Wien 1951. W. C. SCHUII'lB, C. N. SATTERFIELD, R. L. WENTWORTH, Hydrogen peroxide, New York · London 1955. Im folgenden zitiert als: ScHullm, SATTERFIELD, WENTWORTR (Hydrogen peroxide). Hydrogen Peroxide Historical Formation.

H 2 0 2 , F. FisCHER, 0. RINGE (Ber. 41 [1908] 945/54, 946). Dagegen wird beim Durchleiten durch glühende Quarzcapillaren kein H 2 0 2 gefunden, W. NERNST (l. ), H. v. WARTENBERG, B. SIEG (l. c. S. 2196). Siehe auch die zusammenfassenden Angaben bei F. -Ztg. 30 [1906] 1291/5), W. NERNST (Z. Elektroch. 11 [1905] 710/3). -Nach Erhitzen von :fl. H 2 0 in einem offenen Porzellantiegel im Sandbad soll der Rückstand der Verdampfung H 2 0 2 enthalten, vgl. H. DIXON (J. chem. Soc. 49 [1886] 94/112, 108).

Roy. Soc. -Mechanismus der H 2-0 2 -Rk. wird dabei nicht in Betracht gezogen. Vgl. -Mechanismus im Rahmen der H 2-0 2 -Rk. unter Angabe weiterer Lit. S. 738, 752; spezielle Angaben über die mit röm. Ziffern bezeichneten Teilrkk. s. S. 741, 750, über die Startrk. S. 746, 748. Neuere, teilweise abweichende Deutungen s. bei G. J. MrnKoFF, C. F. H. TIPPER (l. c. S. -Angaben. , s. - Ältere Schemata zur Deutung der stetigen Rk. unter Annahme von H 20 2 als Zwischenprod. s. S. 757. In weiteren nichtexplosiven Reaktionen.

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