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Ruthenium(III) acetate

Ruthenium acetate, commonly known as basic ruthenium acetate, describes a family of salts where the cation has the formula BF 4 2, which is the source of the data in the table above. This and related salts are forest green, air-stable solids that ...

                                               

Samarium monochalcogenides

Samarium monochalcogenides are chemical compounds with the composition SmX, where Sm stands for the lanthanide element samarium and X denotes any one of three chalcogen elements, sulfur, selenium or tellurium, resulting in the compounds SmS, SmSe ...

                                               

Scandium dodecaboride

ScB 12 is formed by mixing a 7:1 ratio of boron powder and scandium oxide powder, heating to 2500 °C with a plasma torch or similar, quenching in cold water and washing with concentrated hydrochloric acid.

                                               

Decamethylsilicocene

Decamethylsilicocene, 2 Si, is a group 14 sandwich compound. It is an example of a main-group cyclopentadienyl complex; these molecules are related to metallocenes but contain p-block elements as the central atom. It is a colorless, air sensitive ...

                                               

Pyrosilicic acid

Pyrosilicic acid is the chemical compound with formula 3 Si -O- Si 3. It was synthesized, using non-aqueous solutions, in 2017. It may be present in sea water and other natural waters at very low concentration. Its low solubility in water is due ...

                                               

Silenes

Silene, or silalkenes, are unsaturated hydrosilicons, which means that they consist only of hydrogen and silicon atoms and all bond, with the exception of one double bond, are either single or double bonds. By definition cycles are excluded, so t ...

                                               

Silylone

Silylones are a class of zero-valent monatomic silicon complexes, characterized as having two lone pairs and two donor-acceptor ligand interactions stabilizing a silicon center. Synthesis of silylones generally involves the use of sterically bulk ...

                                               

Silanes

                                               

Silanols

                                               

Silicides

                                               

Silver arsenate

Silver arsenate is an inorganic compound with the formula Ag 3 AsO 4. It has been used in qualitative analysis to distinguish between phosphate and arsenate solutions.

                                               

Silver hexafluorophosphate

Silver hexafluorophosphate is a commonly encountered reagent in inorganic and organometallic chemistry. It is commonly used to replace halide ligands with the weakly coordinating hexafluorophosphate anion; the abstraction of the halide is driven ...

                                               

Silver molybdate

Silver molybdate crystals presents two types of electronic structure, depending on the pressure conditions to which the crystal is subjected. At room temperature, Ag 2 MoO 4 exhibits a spinel-type cubic structure related to beta phase, which is m ...

                                               

Silver nitrite

Silver nitrite has many applications. Notable examples include: General oxidizing agent. Victor Meyer type nucleophilic substitution reactions with organobromides or organoiodides forming nitro compounds. Nitroalkene synthesis with nitryl iodide ...

                                               

Silver proteinate

Silver proteinate is used in electron microscopy with periodic acid and thiocarbohydrazide or thiosemicarbohydrazide as a positive stain for carbohydrates such as glycogen. It can also be used for light microscopy to stain nerve tissue. It is nor ...

                                               

Silver trifluoromethanesulfonate

Silver trifluoromethanesulfonate, or silver triflate is the triflate salt of Ag +. It is a white or colorless solid that is soluble in water and some organic solvents including, benzene. It is a reagent used in the synthesis of organic and inorga ...

                                               

Silver(I) hyponitrite

Silver hyponitrite is an ionic compound with formula Ag 2 N 2 O 2 or 2 2−, containing monovalent silver cations and hyponitrite anions. It is a bright canary yellow solid practically insoluble in water and most organic solvents, including DMF and ...

                                               

Tetrakis(pyridine)silver(II) peroxydisulfate

The salt can be easily prepared by oxidizing a soluble silver salt with excess potassium peroxydisulfate in aqueous pyridine solution, where upon the product precipitates out almost quantitatively. 2 AgNO 3 + 8 C 5 H 5 N + 3 K 2 S 2 O 8 → 2 S 2 O ...

                                               

Strontium hexaboride

Strontium boride is an inorganic compound. At room temperature, it appears as a crystalline black powder. Closer examination reveals slightly translucent dark red crystals capable of scratching quartz. It is very stable and has a high melting poi ...

                                               

Dinitrosyl iron complex

In biochemistry, dinitrosyl iron complexes are coordination complexes with the formula −. Together with Roussin esters 4 2), they result from the degradation of iron-sulfur proteins by nitric oxide. Commonly the thiolate ligands are cysteinyl res ...

                                               

Polythionates

Polythionates are oxoanions with the formula S n 2 2-. They occur naturally and are the products of redox reactions of thiosulfate. Polythionates are readily isolable, unlike the parent polythionic acids.

                                               

Roussins black salt

Roussins black salt is a chemical compound with the formula KFe 4 S 3 7. It consists of the potassium salt of the − anion, metal nitrosyl compound. First described by Zacharie Roussin in 1858, it is one of the first synthetic iron-sulfur clusters ...

                                               

Roussins red salt

Roussin’s Red Salt is the inorganic compound with the formula K 2. This metal nitrosyl was first described by Zacharie Roussin in 1858, making it one of the first synthetic iron-sulfur clusters.

                                               

Sulfanyl

Sulfanyl, also known as the mercapto radical, hydrosulfide radical, or hydridosulfur, is a simple radical molecule consisting of one hydrogen and one sulfur atom. The radical appears in metabolism in organisms as H 2 is detoxified. Sulfanyl is on ...

                                               

Sulfur oxoacid

The sulfur oxoacids are chemical compounds that contain sulfur, oxygen, and hydrogen. The best known and most important industrially is sulfuric acid. Sulfur has a number of oxoacids; however, some of these are known only from their salts. The ac ...

                                               

Thiosulfoxide

A thiosulfoxide is a chemical compound containing a sulfur to sulfur double bond of the type RRS=S with R and R both alkyl or aryl residues. The thiosulfoxide has a molecular shape known as trigonal pyramidal. Its coordination is also trigonal py ...

                                               

Disulfides

                                               

Dithionates

                                               

Dithionites

                                               

Sulfur enzymes

                                               

Tetrathionates

                                               

Thionyl compounds

                                               

Organotantalum chemistry

Organotantalum chemistry is the chemistry of chemical compounds containing a carbon-to-tantalum chemical bond. A wide variety of compound have been reported, initially with cyclopentadienyl and CO ligands. Oxidation states vary from Ta to Ta.

                                               

Tantalum(V) ethoxide

Tantalum ethoxide is a metalorganic compound with formula Ta 2 10, often abbreviated as Ta 2 10. It is a colorless solid that dissolves in some organic solvents but hydrolyzes readily. It is used to prepare films of tantalum oxide.

                                               

Technetium (99mTc) mebrofenin

Technetium mebrofenin is a diagnostic radiopharmaceutical used for imaging of the liver and the gallbladder. Under the brand name Choletec it is available from Bracco Diagnostic. Supplied as a sterile kit of mebrofenin and dehydrated stannous flu ...

                                               

Pertechnetates

                                               

Tellurium nitride

Tellurium nitride describes chemical compounds of Te containing N 3−. Efforts have been made toward the binary nitrides but the results are inconclusive and it appears that such materials are unstable. Still unconfirmed is Te 4 N 4, which would b ...

                                               

Telluroxide

A telluroxide is a type of organotellurium compound with the formula R 2 TeO. These compounds are analogous to sulfoxides in some respects. Reflecting the decreased tendency of Te to form multiple bonds, telluroxides exist both the monomer and th ...

                                               

Terbium silicide

Terbium silicide is a chemical compound of the rare earth metal terbium with silicon having chemical formula TbSi 2. It is a gray solid first described in detail in the late 1950s. The metallic resistivity and low Schottky barrier of TbSi 2 on n- ...

                                               

Thorocene

                                               

Tin(II) 2-ethylhexanoate

Tin 2-ethylhexanoate or tin octoate or stannous octoate 2) is a compound of tin. Produced by the reaction of tin oxide and 2-ethylhexanoic acid, it is a clear colorless liquid at room temperature, though often appears yellow due to impurities, li ...

                                               

Titanium butoxide

Titanium butoxide is an metal-organic chemical compound with the formula Ti 4. It is a colorless odorless liquid, although aged samples are yellowish with a weak alcohol-like odor. It is soluble in many organic solvents. It hydrolyzes to give tit ...

                                               

Titanium ethoxide

Titanium ethoxide is a chemical compound with the formula Ti 4 16. It is a colorless liquid that is soluble in organic solvents but hydrolyzes readily. It is sold commercially as a colorless solution. Alkoxides of titanium and zirconium are used ...

                                               

Titanyl

In inorganic chemistry, titanyl refers to the functional group Ti IV O, sometimes written TiO 2+. The term titanyl is used loosely to describe many titanium oxide compounds and complexes. For example, titanyl sulfate and potassium titanyl phospha ...

                                               

Titanates

                                               

Tungsten trioxide

Tungsten oxide, also known as tungsten trioxide or tungstic anhydride, WO 3, is a chemical compound containing oxygen and the transition metal tungsten. It is obtained as an intermediate in the recovery of tungsten from its minerals. Tungsten ore ...

                                               

Tungstates

                                               

Vanadates

                                               

Yttrium borides

Yttrium boride refers to a crystalline material composed of different proportions of yttrium and boron, such as YB 2, YB 4, YB 6, YB 12, YB 25, YB 50 and YB 66. They are all gray-colored, hard solids having high melting temperatures. The most com ...

                                               

Yttrium compounds

An yttrium compound is a chemical compound containing yttrium. Among these compounds, yttrium generally has a +3 valence. The solubility properties of yttrium compounds are similar to those of the lanthanides. For example oxalates and carbonates ...

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