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51. Boron Compounds. Part 3. Compounds of Boron with the Non-metals S, Se, Te, P, As, Sb, and Si and with Metals (1975) (includes organoderivatives). Perfluorohalogenoorgano Compounds of Main-Group Elements. Part 3. Compounds of Phosphorus, Arsenic, Antimony and Bismuth (1975). Perfluorohalogenoorgano Compounds of Main-Group Elements. Part 4. Compounds with Elements of Main-Group 1 to 4 (1975). Organotin Compounds. Part 1. Tin Tetraorganyls, SnR 4 (1975). Boron Compounds. Part 6: Carboranes 2 (1975).

Organonickel Compounds. Index for Parts 1 and 2 (1975). 40 4. The Literature of Organometallic Chemistry Vol. 19. Vol. 24. Vol. 25. Vol. 26. Vol. 27. Vol. 29. Vol. 30. Vol. 34. Vol. 35. Vol. 36. Vol. 40. Vol. 41. Vol. 42. Vol. 43. Vol. 44. Vol. 45'. Vol. 46. Vol. 47. Vol. 48. Vol. 49. Vol. 50. Vol. 51. Boron Compounds. Part 3. Compounds of Boron with the Non-metals S, Se, Te, P, As, Sb, and Si and with Metals (1975) (includes organoderivatives). Perfluorohalogenoorgano Compounds of Main-Group Elements.

34 3. Laboratory Techniques in Organometallic Chemistry limited to those compounds which are volatile and stable enough to survive vaporization into the mass spectrometer chamber. No physical method is more important than X-ray diffraction which can be used when single crystals can be obtained for the investigation of molecular structure, and permits establishing the exact crystal and molecular structure, with bond distances and angles. Owing to the progress made in the computing techniques, this method (which requires extensive calculations) has become common.

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