By Franc╠žois Mathey, Professor

This quantity comprehensively examines the synthesis, spectroscopic houses, reactivity and catalytic functions of all phosphorus-carbon heterocycles. the main major phosphorus heterocycles incorporating different heteroatoms, comparable to heterophospholes and heterophosphinines, also are lined. The introductory bankruptcy describes the increase of this box that has constructed, through the years, into the fourth significant department of heterocyclic chemistry. Written via numerous founders of the sphere, this publication should still end up an invaluable reference paintings in the area for future years and supply the foundation for classes on heterocyclic chemistry and homogenous catalysis. All these attracted to phosphorus heterocycles for purposes in co-ordination chemistry, homogenous catalysis, molecular fabrics and biochemistry, should still locate this quantity precious

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