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Source Materials for CHEM 641 V, Selected Topics in Inorganic Chemistry

The source material for this course comes from, but is not limited to, the sources listed below:

  1. James E. Huheey, "Inorganic Chemistry: Principles of Structure and Reactivity," Harper & Row, New York (1972).
  2. F. Albert Cotton and Geoffrey Wilkinson, et al., "Advanced Inorganic Chemistry," Eds. 3-6, John Wiley & Sons, New York, (1972, 3rd edition)(1999, 6th edition).
  3. Kenneth Wade, "Electron Deficient Compounds," Appleton-Century-Crofts, New York (1971).
  4. Earl Muetterties and Walter Knoth, "Polyhedral Boranes," Marcel Dekker, Inc., New York (1968).
  5. Russell N. Grimes, "Carboranes," Academic Press, New York (1970).
  6. E. C. Ashby, "Organometallic Chemistry of the Main Group Elements," ACS Audio Course, (1970).
  7. Richard F. Heck, Organotransition Metal Chemistry," Academic Press, New York (1974).
  8. Notes from UCLA class CHEM 271 E "Boron Chemistry," M. Frederick Hawthorne (1976).
  9. Notes from UCLA class CHEM 207, "Organometallic Chemistry," Herbert D. Kaesz (1976).
  10. notes from UCLA class CHEM 271 A, "Orthometalation and Metal Hydride Clusters," Herbert D. Kaesz (1978).
  11. Notes from Michigan Molecular Institue MMI 1010 "Organometallic Chemistry," Piero Pino (1983).
  12. G. E. Coates M. L. H. Green and K. Wade, "Organometallic Compounds," 3rd ed., Methuen & Co., Ltd., London (1967).
  13. Notes from various reveiw articles.
  14. Notes from recent literature articles.
  15. Notes from recent patent literature.