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Usp. Khim., 1983, Volume 52, Issue 10, Pages 1648–1675 (Mi rcr3501)  

Advances in the Chemistry of σ-Derivatives of Group IVB–VIB Transition Metals

G. A. Razuvaev, L. I. Vyshinskaya

Chemistry Research Institute, State University of Gor'kii

Abstract: A systematic account is given of the literature data on the methods of synthesis and reactivities of transition metal σ-derivatives RnM and RnMXm–n(X = halogen, OR', acac, or NR'2; R' = Me, Et, or Ph; n = valence of the metal) for transition metals in the Ti, V, and Cr subgroups. The influence of the nature of the central atom and of the character of the σ-substituents on the mode of thermal decomposition is discussed. The mechanisms of reactions involving insertion in the transition metal–carbon σ-bond are considered.
The bibliography includes 124 references.

Full text: http://www.uspkhim.ru/.../paper_rus.phtml?journal_id=rc&paper_id=2907

English version:
Russian Chemical Reviews, 1983, 52:10, 944–959

Bibliographic databases:

Document Type: Article
UDC: 547.257.1/258.83

Citation: G. A. Razuvaev, L. I. Vyshinskaya, “Advances in the Chemistry of σ-Derivatives of Group IVB–VIB Transition Metals”, Usp. Khim., 52:10 (1983), 1648–1675; Russian Chem. Reviews, 52:10 (1983), 944–959

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