• radicals
  • Moreover, dicyclopentadienyl iron compounds are known (usually referred to as ferfocenes) in which an iron, cobalt, nickel or ruthenium atom is bound by fr-bonds to two cyclopentadiene radicals. (google.es)
  • determination
  • This study was conducted in part at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), Gaithersburg, MD. Specifically this research centered around providing an alternative procedure to existing methodology for the determination of organomercury compounds in marine samples. (umass.edu)
  • ISBN
  • In addition, an overview chapter provides an introduction to basic concepts and the various experimental methodologies employed, as well as an extensive bibliography of relevant review articles, textbooks, thermodynamic data compilations, and other source materials.Marks, Tobin J. is the author of 'Bonding Energetics in Organometallic Compounds' with ISBN 9780841217911 and ISBN 0841217912. (valorebooks.com)
  • reaction
  • The hypervalent compound is accessible in two ways, and which is chosen usually depends on what materials are available: it can be prepared from its acetate analogue by an exchange reaction, or by reacting iodobenzene with a combination of trifluoroperacetic acid and trifluoroacetic acid: Trifluoroperacetic acid is one of the strongest reagents used for Baeyer-Villiger oxidations, as a consequence of its high acidity relative to similar peracids and peroxides. (wikipedia.org)
  • HYDROGEN
  • Berkelium(III) oxide, a yellow-green solid, is formed from BkO2 by reduction with hydrogen: 2 B k O 2 + H 2 ⟶ B k 2 O 3 + H 2 O {\displaystyle \mathrm {2\ BkO_{2}\ +\ H_{2}\ \longrightarrow \ Bk_{2}O_{3}\ +\ H_{2}O} } The compound has a melting point of 1920 °C, body-centered cubic crystal lattice and a lattice constant a = 1088.0 ± 0.5 pm. (wikipedia.org)
  • example
  • Known compounds of this kind include, for example, cyclopentadienyl compounds such as cyclopentadienyl manganese tricarbonyl. (google.es)
  • For example, if Δνo = 1ppm @ 500 MHz k ∼ 2 ( 500 ) = 1000 s − 1 {\displaystyle k\sim 2(500)=1000\mathrm {s} ^{-1}} (ca. 0.5 millisecond half-life) Many organometallic compounds exhibit fluxionality. (wikipedia.org)