By A.W. Parkins
This publication offers an built-in view of the organometallic chemistry of transition and non-transition parts. Early chapters care for the elemental rules, education and constitution of organometallic compounds. next chapters talk 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 usually a consultant to organometallic literature, expanding its usefulness to all these curious about the research or educating of this more and more very important department of undergraduate chemistry.
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