Organogermanium Compounds

  • Frank Glockling
Part of the Ge. Germanium (System-Nr. 45) book series (GMELIN, volume G-e / 1-7 / 1)

Keywords

Arsenic Hydride Porphyrin Antimony Oxime 

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1. General Organometallic Texts

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3. Reviews and Related-Type Publications that Include Aspects off Organogermanium Chemistry Structure and Bonding; Thermodynamic Data

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3. Reviews and Related-Type Publications that Include Aspects off Organogermanium Chemistry Vibrational and Electronic Spectra

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3. Reviews and Related-Type Publications that Include Aspects off Organogermanium Chemistry Nuclear Magnetic Resonance

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  • Frank Glockling
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  1. 1.University of OxfordUK

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