Organoyttrium chemistry

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Organoyttrium chemistry is the study of compounds containing carbon-yttrium bonds. They are studied in academic research, but have not received widespread use otherwise. These compounds use YCl
3
as a starting material, which is in turn obtained in a reaction of Y
2
O
3
with concentrated hydrochloric acid and ammonium chloride.123

References

  1. ^ Turner 1920, p.492
  2. ^ Spencer 1919, p.135
  3. ^ Schumann, H.; Fedushkin, I. L. (2006). "Scandium, Yttrium & The Lanthanides: Organometallic Chemistry". Encyclopedia of Inorganic Chemistry. John Wiley & Sons. doi:10.1002/0470862106.ia212.  Scandium, Yttrium & The Lanthanides: Organometallic Chemistry

See also

  • Other chemistries of carbon with other elements in the periodic table.


CH He
CLi CBe CB CC CN CO CF Ne
CNa CMg CAl CSi CP CS CCl CAr
CK CCa CSc CTi CV CCr CMn CFe CCo CNi CCu CZn CGa CGe CAs CSe CBr CKr
CRb CSr CY CZr CNb CMo CTc CRu CRh CPd CAg CCd CIn CSn CSb CTe CI CXe
CCs CBa CHf CTa CW CRe COs CIr CPt CAu CHg CTl CPb CBi CPo CAt Rn
Fr CRa Rf Db Sg Bh Hs Mt Ds Rg Cn Uut Fl Uup Lv Uus Uuo
CLa CCe CPr CNd CPm CSm CEu CGd CTb CDy CHo CEr CTm CYb CLu
Ac CTh CPa CU CNp CPu CAm CCm CBk CCf CEs Fm Md No Lr
Chemical bonds to carbon
Core organic chemistry Many uses in chemistry
Academic research, but no widespread use Bond unknown