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*  Nicolaou Taxol total synthesis
This alcohol is the triethylsilyl ether of the naturally occurring compound baccatin III. The related compound, 10- ... Two major parts are cyclohexene rings A and C that are connected by two short bridges creating an 8 membered ring in the middle ... This was the last compound before the addition of the amide tail. As shown in Scheme 7, Ojima lactam 7.1 reacted with alcohol ... The oxetane ring in compound 6.3 was obtained via an SN2 reaction involving a mesylate derived from acetate 4.9. Ring B was ...
*  Metal halides
For example, the chloride ligands of aluminium chloride bridge two aluminium centers, thus the compound with the empirical ... Metal halides are often readily available precursors for other inorganic compounds. Mentioned above, the halide compounds can ... Metal halides are compounds between metals and halogens. Some, such as sodium chloride are ionic, while others are covalently ... Antimony pentafluoride as the prototypical Lewis acid, used to compare different compounds' Lewis basicities. This measure of ...
*  Organogold chemistry
In a special group of compounds, an aryl carbon atom acts as a bridge between two gold atoms. One such compound, (MesAu)5,is ... Gold cyanide compounds (MAu(CN)2) are of some importance to gold cyanidation, a process for the extraction of gold from low- ... The first organogold compound discovered was gold(I) carbide Au2C2, which was first prepared in 1900. Gold(I) complexes are 2- ... Carbon can be coordinated with gold up to a value to 6. Compounds of the type C(AuL)4 are isolobal with methane and those of ...
*  Gallium trichloride
Compounds like KGa2Cl7 that have a chloride bridged anion are known In a molten mixture of KCl and GaCl3, the following ... compounds have been used as diamagnetic analogues of ferric compounds. Gallium trichloride can be prepared from the elements, ... Gallium(III) is easier to reduce than Al(III), so the chemistry of reduced gallium compounds is more extensive than for ... Gallium trichloride is the chemical compound with the formula GaCl3. Solid gallium trichloride exists as a dimer with the ...
*  Divinylcyclopropane-cycloheptadiene rearrangement
When cyclic starting materials are used, bridged products result. (8) Substrates containing three-membered heterocyclic rings ... 7) Cyclopropanation with conjugated diazo compounds produces divinylcyclopropanes that then undergo rearrangement. ... and oxygen-containing compounds. The earliest observation of a cycloheptadiene via the title rearrangement was made by Baeyer ...
*  Phosphinidene
... of terminal phosphinidine ligands are cluster compounds wherein the phophinidene is a triply and less commonly doubly bridging ... This type of compound is very reactive. In 2016, the first isolable singlet phosphinidene (DOI: 10.1016/j.chempr.2016.04.001) ... Gottfried Huttner, Konrad Knoll "RP-Bridged Metal Carbonyl Clusters: Synthesis, Properties, and Reactions" Angewandte Chemie ... The name originated from the parent compound, phosphinidene (HP). They can exist in either a singlet state or triplet state, ...
*  Tungsten(V) chloride
The compound exists as a dimer, with a pair of octahedral tungsten(V) centres bridged by two chloride ligands. The W---W ... The compound is isostructural with Nb2Cl10 and Mo2Cl10. The compound evaporates to give trigonal bipyramidal WCl5 monomers. E. ... Tungsten(V) chloride is an inorganic compound with the formula W2Cl10. This compound is analogous in many ways to the more ... The compound is oxophilic and is highly reactive toward Lewis bases. ...
*  Organocopper compound
Since each copper center requires at least two ligands, the organic group is a bridging ligand. This effect is illustrated by ... Organocopper compounds are diverse in structure and reactivity, but organocopper compounds are largely limited in oxidation ... Compounds of the type [CuRn](n-1)- are reactive towards oxygen and water, forming copper(I) oxide. They also tend to be ... This compound is a relatively rare example of an organocopper complex that follows the 18-electron rule. Copper halides react ...
*  Gordon Smith (British Army officer)
Initially Smith worked on the construction of railway bridges over the river, but the compound was converted to a hospital camp ... an experience which was illustrated by the film The Bridge on the River Kwai. Smith went to Melville College and was a medical ...
*  Ferrocenophanes
In this compound class, the cyclopentadienyl ligands of the ferrocene are connected by one or more bridging groups. This ... Carbon-bridged [1] ferrocenophanes do not exist because of the high ring strain. In heteroatom-bridged [1] ferrocenophanes, ... Ferrocenophane with a higher number of atoms in the bridge are given the corresponding number. In case of multiple bridges, the ... A variety of organic and inorganic groups is suitable as bridging group. For ferrocenophanes, the number of bridging atoms is ...
*  Constrained geometry complex
Furthermore, the term is frequently used for related complexes with long ansa-bridges that induce no strain. Ansa-bridged ... although the definition goes far beyond this class of compounds. The term CGC is frequently used in connection with other more ... More specifically, the term CGC was used for ansa-bridged cyclopentadienyl amido complexes, ... or less related ligand systems that may or may not be isolobal and/or isoelectronic with the ansa-bridged cyclopentadienyl ...
*  2,4,6-Trimethylphenyl)gold
... is a member of a special group of compounds where an aryl carbon atom acts as a bridge between two ... This compound is formed in a reaction between Au(CO)Cl and mesityl Grignard. It crystallizes as a cyclical pentamer. Gambarotta ...
*  Dithiane
A dithiane is a heterocyclic compound composed of a cyclohexane core structure wherein two methylene bridges (-CH 2- units) are ... They form by treatment of the carbonyl compound with 1,3-propanedithiol under conditions that remove water from the system. The ... 1,3-Dithianes are protecting group of some carbonyl-containing compounds due to their inertness to many conditions. ...
*  Water purification
... the high molecular weight compounds adsorb onto particle surfaces and through interparticle bridging coalesce with other ... adsorbs many compounds including many toxic compounds. Water passing through activated carbon is commonly used in municipal ... The top layer removes organic compounds, which contribute to taste and odour. The space between sand particles is larger than ... One drawback is that chlorine from any source reacts with natural organic compounds in the water to form potentially harmful ...
*  Organoscandium chemistry
3 NaCl This compound is air-sensitive and moisture-sensitive and forms an infinite chain with one bridging Cp group and two ... The compound Cp*2ScCl is a stable monomer. The trinuclear compound ScCp3 can also be synthesized from NaCp: ScCl3 + 3 NaCp → ... The interest in organoscandium compounds is mostly academic but several compound classes find practical application in ... MgClBr Cp2ScX compounds are dimers with X forming a bridging ligand. Dimerization is avoided in presence of coordinating ...
*  Glossary of chemistry terms
... ionic compounds composed of anions and cations salt bridge - devices used to connection reduction with oxidation half-cells in ... organic compound - compounds that contain carbon organic chemistry - a part of chemistry concerned with organic compounds ... a compound that, when dissolved in water, gives a pH of less than 7.0 or a compound that donates a hydrogen ion acid anhydride ... forming a radioactive isotope inorganic compound - compounds that do not contain carbon, though there are exceptions (see main ...
*  Higher sulfur oxides
... replaced randomly by peroxide bridges(−O−O−). As such these compounds are non-stoichiometric. Greenwood, Norman N.; Earnshaw, ... Higher sulfur oxides are a group of chemical compounds with the formula SO3+x where x lies between 0 and 1. They contain peroxo ... The structure of the polymers is based on β-SO3 (one of the three forms of solid SO3) with oxide bridges (−O−) ...
*  Koasati language
as in pa:piyá:ka "bridge"), are usually the result of the compounding of two words or a once-productive rule of syncope in ...
*  Jackson Dinky
Floyd Rose Licensed Bridge, two Humbuckers by Jackson and a reversed headstock. JS23: The JS23 has a compound radius neck with ... JS22R: Two humbucking pickups,both Jackson made, a compound radius neck with 24 frets. It has a fulcrum bridge .The body is ... The bridge is a Floyd Rose original double-locking two-point tremolo. This model has two Active humbucking pickups at the neck ... It has a direct-mount hardtail bridge. The body is made from bass wood and has a bolt-on maple neck with a rosewood fingerboard ...
*  Cheshire (disambiguation)
... a software package for manipulating chemical compounds and reactions developed by Elsevier MDL Cheshire Bridge (Connecticut ... River), a bridge on the Connecticut River between Charlestown, New Hampshire and Springfield, Vermont Cheshire eyepiece, a tool ...
*  Corymbia tessellaris
The wood is heavy and has been used for bridge construction and making spears. The tree produces many organic compounds with ... It has a compound axillary inflorescences with an expanded rhachis, thin-walled fruit and a crown of fully adult lanceolate ...
*  Marton-New Plymouth line
... to slow in 1875 and the collapse of a girder during the construction of a bridge over the Whanganui River in 1876 compounded ... When introduced in 1972, the DX class were not common on the MNPL largely owing to the need to strengthen bridges to ... "Collapse of the Girder of the Wanganui Railway Bridge", Evening Post 14(72) [ 22 September 1876 ]: 2. New Zealand Railway and ...
*  Battle of Huế
... the Marines captured the Huế University building at the base of the Trường Tiền Bridge 2 blocks northwest of the MACV Compound ... A pontoon bridge had been built across the Phu Cam Canal, restoring the road access that had been lost when the An Cuu Bridge ... and attempted to cross the Trường Tiền Bridge, the main bridge over the Perfume River. Gravel left the armor behind on the ... The Treasury compound was hit by M-48 and 106mm fire and tear gas, while a Mule-mounted 106mm engaged the machine gun in the Le ...
*  CPCA
... but nocaine is lacking the two-carbon bridge of RTI-31's tropane skeleton This compound was first developed as a substitute ... One of the possible reasons that the C2-C3 compounds are more active than the C1 compounds is that the polar group present in ... The parent compound nocaine was developed in an attempt to develop a substitute drug for cocaine for the treatment of addiction ... Although Kozikowski reported compound with chlorine in 1998, plain phenyl was reported earlier than this by Plati. Although ...
*  Sava
The restricted draft and fairway is compounded with meandering of the river's course-limiting length of vessels-and low bridge ... "Album of bridges on the Sava River and its navigable tributaries" (PDF). International Sava River Basin Commission. 2011. " ... The navigable river course between Belgrade and Galdovo north of Sisak is spanned by 25 bridges. The Sava River valley east of ... Navigation conditions on the river are poor due to limited draft and fairway width, meandering of the river, bridge clearance ...
*  Tetramethyldiborane
Its infrared spectrum shows a strong absorption band at 1602 cm−1 due to bridging hydrogen, a weak band at 1968 cm−1 and lines ... 23 (Metal-Organic Compounds): 92. doi:10.1021/ba-1959-0023.ch010. ISBN 0-8412-0024-6. Retrieved 17 August 2015. Mikhailov, B. M ... Tetramethyldiborane has two boron atoms linked by a two hydrogen atom bridge, and each boron is linked to two methyl groups. A ... The nuclear resonance shift for the bridge hydrogen is 8.90 ppm, compared to 10.49 for diborane. Dimethylborane reacts with ...
*  Stryker's reagent
The structural assignment has been revised the hydrides are best described as edge bridging rather than face bridging. The ... The compound is prepared by hydrogenation of copper(I) tert-butoxide,tert-butoxide, generated in situ from copper(I) chloride ... In terms of its structure, the compound is an octahedral cluster of Cu(PPh3) centres that are bonded by Cu---Cu and Cu---H ... β-unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds Using [(Ph3P)CuH]6". J. Am. Chem. Soc. 110: 291-293. doi:10.1021/ja00209a048. Bezman, S. A.; ...