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Title: The Prototypical Transition Metal Carbenes, (CO) 5 Cr=CH 2 , (CO) 4 Fe=CH 2 , (CO) 3 Ni=CH 2 , (CO) 5 Mo=CH 2 , (CO) 4 Ru=CH 2 , (CO) 3 Pd=CH 2 , (CO) 5 W=CH 2 , (CO) 4 Os=CH 2 , and (CO) 3 Pt=CH 2 : Challenge to Experiment
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Award ID(s):
1661604
Publication Date:
NSF-PAR ID:
10066113
Journal Name:
The Journal of Physical Chemistry A
ISSN:
1089-5639
Sponsoring Org:
National Science Foundation
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