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Phosphorus Compounds

Maurizio Peruzzini

Phosphorus Compounds

Advanced Tools in Catalysis and Material Sciences

by Maurizio Peruzzini

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Published by Springer Science+Business Media B.V. in Dordrecht .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Inorganic Chemistry,
  • Catalysis,
  • Chemistry,
  • Materials

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Maurizio Peruzzini, Luca Gonsalvi
    SeriesCatalysis by Metal Complexes -- 37
    ContributionsGonsalvi, Luca, SpringerLink (Online service)
    The Physical Object
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    Open LibraryOL25544797M
    ISBN 109789048138166, 9789048138173

    Azaphosphorus compounds can be identied according to the valency state and the coordination number of the phosphorus atom. Although some wholly N coordinated examples are known, in the great majority of known azaphosphorus compounds at least some of the N atoms are replaced by other atoms, thus making them substituted azaphosphorus derivatives.   Phosphorus Compounds: Advanced Tools in Catalysis and Material Sciences is of interest to a general readership ranging from advanced university course students to experts in Brand: Springer Netherlands.

    Erno Pretsch¨ Philippe Buhlmann¨ Martin Badertscher Structure Determination of Organic Compounds Tables of Spectral Data Fourth, Revised and Enlarged Edition Phosphorus is a chemical element with the symbol P and atomic number Elemental phosphorus exists in two major forms, white phosphorus and red phosphorus, but because it is highly reactive, phosphorus is never found as a free element on has a concentration in the Earth's crust of about one gram per kilogram (compare copper at about grams).Pronunciation: /ˈfɒsfərəs/ ​(FOS-fər-əs).

    In compounds, phosphorus usually occurs in oxidation states of 3−, 3+, and 5+. Phosphorus exhibits oxidation numbers that are unusual for a group 15 element in compounds that contain phosphorus-phosphorus bonds; examples include diphosphorus tetrahydride, H 2 P-PH 2, and tetraphosphorus trisulfide, P 4 S 3, illustrated in Figure Organophosphorus compounds are organic compounds containing phosphorus. They are used primarily in pest control as an alternative to chlorinated hydrocarbons that persist in the environment. Some organophosphorus compounds are highly effective insecticides, although some are extremely toxic to humans, including sarin and VX nerve agents.. Organophosphorus chemistry is the .


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Phosphorus Compounds by Maurizio Peruzzini Download PDF EPUB FB2

The scope of the book is very broad, ranging from the extraction of phosphate rock to the role of palindromic sequences in DNA transcription, to metal complexes of P rings.

The presentation includes a historical review which is useful and not belabored, but emphasizes fundamental synthetic transformations, structures, properties and applications."Author: Susie Jacobs.

Although this book deals with a small fraction of the > 10 6 known phosphorus compounds, it thoroughly covers the simpler derivatives and most key compounds of economic, sociological, and biological importance. Extensively updated and expanded with tables, figures, equations, structural formulae, and references, it is ideal for Phosphorus Compounds book in Format: NOOK Book (Ebook).

Introduction Each chapter of Phosphorus Compounds: Advanced Tools in Catalysis and Material Sciences Phosphorus Compounds book been carefully selected by the editors in order to represent a state-of-the-art overview of how phosphorus chemistry can provide solutions in various fields of applications.

The editors have assembled an international array of world-renowned. Book Description Over two decades have passed since the fifth edition of Phosphorus: Chemistry, Biochemistry and Technology. Major advances in chemistry, materials science, electronics, and medicine have expanded and clarified the role of phosphorus in both.

Pergamon Texts in Inorganic Chemistry, Volume 3: The Chemistry of Phosphorus focuses on the physical and chemical properties of Edition: 1. Purchase Phosphorus-Nitrogen Compounds - 1st Edition.

Print Book & E-Book. ISBNBook Edition: 1. Phosphorus. Phosphine. Phosphorus Pentoxide. Phosphorus Oxychloride. Phosphorus Pentachloride. Phosphorus Trichloride. Phosphorus Pentafluoride. Phosphorus Pentasulfide. Phosphorus Sesquisulfide. Trimethyl Phosphite. Trimethyl Phosphate.

Triphenyl Phosphate. Tributyl Phosphate. Tri‐o‐Cresyl Phosphate Miscellaneous Compounds of Phosphorus. The book talks about how phosphorus was originally obtained through use of urine. It wasn't until the late 's that a process was found to abstract phosphorus from minerals. Phosphorus is a very important mineral for human beings.

The author spends pages talking about the structure of the phosphorus compounds, but when the opportunity Reviews: standard text books (1, 2, 3) and will not be discussed here. The purpose of the studies reported upon in this disserta­ tion was to obtain data which might aid in our understanding of the nature of the bonding of phosphorus to other elements, such as transition metals, carbon, nitrogen, oxygen, fluorine and sulfur.

The target phosphorus compounds in this book are phosphines (primary and secondary phosphines) and phosphinylidene compounds, namely phosphine oxides (primary and secondary phosphine oxides [SPOs]), hypophosphorous acid (phosphinic acid), H-phosphinic acid, H-phosphonic acid, and poly (alkylene H-phosphonate)s.

Part III discusses polymer chemistry and includes topics such as polymerization, depolymerization, and phosphazene polymers. The book is recommended for students and practitioners in the field of chemistry, especially those concerned with phosphorus nitrogen compounds and polymeric systems.

Show more. Phosphorus-Nitrogen Compounds: Cyclic, Linear, and High Polymeric Systems concerns itself with the chemistry of compounds containing alternating phosphorus. Table of contents 1 - Sugar Phosphates. This chapter covers the sugar phosphates and their derivatives with the exception of phytic acid 2 - Phytic Acid.

Phytic acid, the hexaphosphate ester of myo -inositol, is unique to the plant kingdom, serving as the 3 - Lower myo-Inositol Phosphates.

Figure 1. Phosphorus compounds in various oxidation states. The thermal and oxidative stability of phosphorus compounds, particularly phosphorus in the +5 oxidation state, has led to a number of important industrial applications [].The structure of phosphates, for example (), shows a fully oxidized phosphorus at the center of the possibility of exchanging the oxygen atom for.

Each chapter of Phosphorus Compounds: Advanced Tools in Catalysis and Material Sciences has been carefully selected by the editors in order to represent a state-of-the-art overview of how phosphorus chemistry can provide solutions in various fields of applications.

The editors have assembled an international array of world-renowned. The focus of the chapter is phosphetanes or four-membered rings containing one phosphorus atom. The historical background on studies of phosphetanes and phosphetenes is provided in the chapter. It also contains nomenclature for four-membered rings containing one phosphorus atom.

It also explains phosphetanes, phosphetenes, and phosphetes. The last chapter of this book provides brief description of utilization of apatites and phosphorus-bearing compounds in industry and material science research.

Since the chemistry of phosphorus is quite complicated and a quickly developing field of science, the topics described below are only limited insights to chemically bonded ceramics and refractories, dental phosphate cements.

The availability of phosphorus for plants and algae is therefore quite restricted. Hence in many natural aquatic ecosystems life is limited by phosphorus deficiency. The decay of the organic material produced by photosynthesis under aerobic conditions again results mainly in mineral phosphorus compounds in the sediments with low availability.

Rate of renewal of the acid soluble organic phosphorus compounds in the organs and the blood of the rabbit. Hevesey, G. Hahn, Published by Kobenhavn (). "Intended as a reference for plant scientists, this book essentially presents a catalog of many important plant phosphorous compounds from the important families of compounds.

Fulton G. Kitson, in Gas Chromatography and Mass Spectrometry (Second Edition), Phosphorus compounds play vital roles in the metabolism of both plants and animals.

Phosphates also are key components of DNA and RNA, which carry genetic information in all organisms. Many phosphorus compounds are used in industrial processes. Two appendices cover other aspects including changes in phosphorus-containing compounds during germination and their accumulation during growth and senescence.

The final sections of the book.ed. published under title: Organic phosphorus compounds.The chemistry of phosphorus is often dominated by the strength of the oxygen-phosphorus bond, which is around kcal/mol.

This extremely strong bond is the driving force behind several reactions involving phosphorus. The majority of phosphorus-containing compounds are .