Metal Complexes Containing π-bonding Ligands
Here we consider the compounds whose stability is believed to be connected with π bonding. If it is not yet true that they are as the sand that is upon the sea-shore in multitude, there are certainly very many and their influence on the study of inorganic chemistry has been revolutionary.
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