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ADVANCES ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY V 7.
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A novel and very reactive type directly derivable from the parent type, is tris(trimethy1sily1)silyllithium. , dr-pr bonding. Historically, it is interesting to note that a related type was prepared about 40 years ago, and its structure was recently established, with F. K. Cartledge, as tetrakis(triphenylstannyl)stannane, (Ph3Sn),Sn. More recently G. van der Kerk and co-workers have prepared an unusually interesting series of related types. One among them, (Ph,Pb),Pb, is of particular interest because it is the first catenated triplumbane type reported, and diplumbanes are generally unstable.
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