|aSilicon in organic, organometallic, and polymer chemistry /|cMichael A. Brook.
|aNew York :|bWiley,|cc2000.
|axxiv, 680 p. :|bill. ;|c24 cm.
|a"A Wiley-Interscience publication."
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|aPt.1. Fundamentals of silcon reactivity: reactive intermediates and reaction mechanisms -- Organosilanes: where to find them, what to call them, how to detect them -- Atomic and molecular properties of silicon -- Silicon-based reactive intermediates -- Extracoordination at silicon -- Reaction mechanisms for nucleophilic substitution at silicon -- Pt.2. The formation and cleavage of non-carbon bonds to silicon: applications in organic and polymer chemistry -- Silicon and transition metal chemistry -- Hydrosilianes as reducing agents -- Replacing H with Si: silicon-based reagents -- Silicones -- Siloxanes based on T and Q units -- Other silicon-containing polymers -- Pt.3. The formation and cleavage of silicon-carbon bonds: applications in organic synthesis -- Formation of Si-C bonds: the synthesis of functional organosilanes -- Silicon in a biological environment -- Silicon in the organic world: electronic effects of silyl groups -- Rearrangements -- Cleavage of Si-C bonds -- Indices of functional group transformations -- Subject index.
|3Table of Contents|uhttp://www.loc.gov/catdir/toc/onix03/98049722.html