Decomposition of organometallic compounds to refractory ceramics, metals, and metal alloys proceedings. by International Symposium on the Decomposition of Organometallic Compounds to Refractory Ceramics, Metals, and Metal Alloys Dayton, Ohio 1967.

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  • Organometallic compounds -- Congresses.,
  • Refractory materials -- Congresses.,
  • Chemistry, Metallurgic -- Congresses.

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StatementK. S. Mazdiyasni, chairman.
ContributionsMazdiyasni, K. S., ed., Air Force Materials Laboratory (U.S.)
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LC ClassificationsTP248.M45 I5 1967
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Paginationvii, 339 p.
Number of Pages339
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Open LibraryOL5714382M
LC Control Number70276734

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The metal reactants can be simple inorganic compounds, metal organic compounds (O- N- or S- coordinated, for example), or organometallic compounds with a direct metal to carbon bond. The non-metal reactants are most often simple molecules such as water, ammonia, or hydrogen sulfide.

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The direct reaction with a zerovalent metal is the only viable method of synthesis for many of these compounds. Accordingly, chemists have been actively developing new methods for increasing the reactivity of metal powders.

The low-temperature reaction of silicon difluoride and thionyl fluoride has been investigated. The volatile products obtained on warming the reactants to room temperature do not contain sulfur, and consist of three series of fluorosiloxanes: SiF 3 (SiF 2) n OSiF 3 n = 1−2; SiF 3 OSiF 3 and SiF 3 OSiF 2 OSiF 3; and (SiOF 2) n n = 2−3.

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Armstrong, J.L. Holmes --The decomposition of metal alkyls, aryls, carbonyls and nitrosyls / S.J.W. Price. Multi-metallic films are prepared from multi-metallic mixtures of metalloamide compounds. The mixtures are subjected to vaporization to form a multi-metallic vapor having defined and controllable stoichiometry.

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