S Sulfur-Nitrogen Compounds Compounds with Sulfur of Oxidation Number IV

The present volume is the first of a series describing acyclic sulfur-nitrogen compounds with sulfur of oxidation number IV. The acyclic sw-N compounds are arranged according to the coordination number of the sulfur. Neutral compounds are described before ions and complex compounds. The preceding se...

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Main Authors: Fachmann, Hans-Jürgen, Jotter, Reimund (Author), Kubny, Alfons (Author), Wagner, Joachim (Author)
Corporate Author: SpringerLink (Online service)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 1989, 1989
Edition:8th ed. 1989
Series:S. Schwefel. Sulfur (System-Nr. 9)
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Summary:The present volume is the first of a series describing acyclic sulfur-nitrogen compounds with sulfur of oxidation number IV. The acyclic sw-N compounds are arranged according to the coordination number of the sulfur. Neutral compounds are described before ions and complex compounds. The preceding series "Sulfur-Nitrogen Compounds" Parts 2, 3, and 4 covers the cyclic sw-N compounds. In this volume, the first section deals with sulfur-nitrogen compounds with 1-coordinate sulfur and begins with the sulfur nitride {thiazyl) radical, SN. This transient molecule was observed in its electronic ground state and several electronically excited states. The descrip­ tions of the sulfur nitride (thiazyl) ions SN+ and SW follow. The SN+ ionwas studied in the gas phase as weil as in the solid state where it forms salts. Thionitrosyl complexes containing the SN Iigand as a terminal linear unit are described at the end of the first section. The second section concerns Sulfur-nitrogen compounds with 2-coordinate sulfur and starts with the description of poly(sulfur nitride), (SNlx· The preparation, crystal structure, and metallic and superconducting properties of (SN)x, which were extensively studied, fill a !arge part of the volume. Halogen-modified poly(sulfur nitride) such as the widely studied (SNBr )x 04 and Na-modified poly(sulfur nitride) are dealt with in the following chapters
Physical Description:XVI, 276 p. 58 illus., 1 illus. in color online resource
ISBN:9783662063576