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Selenium and Tellurium Reagents: In Chemistry and Materials Science.


Selenium and Tellurium Reagents: In Chemistry and Materials Science

Edited by Risto S. Laitinen and Raija Oilunkaniemi

De Gruyter


451 pages




Chemists look at reagents containing the less researched (compared to sulfur) chalcogen elements selenium and tellurium. Though they do review fundamental aspects, their emphasis is on recent developments. Their topics include selenium-halogen and tellurium-halogen reagents, organo-selenium and organo-tellurium compounds containing chalcogen-oxygen bonds in organic syntheses or related processes, the synthesis and coordination chemistry of cyclic selenoureas and telluroureas, selenium and tellurium electrophiles in organic synthesis, and recent advances in the self-assembly of polynuclear metal-selenium and metal-tellurium compounds from 14-16 reagents. (Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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