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Niob pp 369-379 | Cite as

Niobalkoholate und verwandte Verbindungen

  • Herbert Lehl
Chapter
Part of the Nb. Niob. Niobium (System-Nr. 49) book series (GMELIN, volume N-b / B / 4)

Zusammenfassung

Über [(CH3)4N]2NbIV(OCH3)CI5 und [(CH3)2NH2]2NbIV(OC2H5)Cl5 s. S. 347. Salze von Nbv-Alkoholaten s. S. 346/9.

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