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By A.W. Parkins

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This e-book provides an built-in view of the organometallic chemistry of transition and non-transition components. Early chapters care for the elemental ideas, practise and constitution of organometallic compounds. next chapters speak about the reactivity of those compounds and the functions of organometallic compounds as stoichiometric reagents and catalysts. The textual content is comprehensively referenced all through and is additionally a consultant to organometallic literature, expanding its usefulness to all these all for the learn or educating of this more and more vital department of undergraduate chemistry.

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It is in this group that the solvent frequently plays a vital role in stabilising the organometallic compounds. We shall now describe the structure and bonding of a-bonded organic derivatives of each group in the periodic table. 1 Group I Derivatives The most important compounds in this group are the organic derivatives of lithium. The compounds are generally employed in solution and therefore are not often encountered in a pure state. The Li-C bond is a strongly polarised covalent bond, so that the compounds serve as sources of anionic carbon (see chapter 4).

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