Organometallic chemistry is the study of chemical compounds containing bonds between carbon and a metal.
The term "metal" is defined deliberately broadly in this context and may include elements, such as silicon or boron, which are not metallic but are considered to be metalloids. Organometallic chemistry combines aspects of inorganic chemistry and organic chemistry.
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Pages in category "Organometallic chemistry"
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- Pradeep Mathur (scientist)
- Ram Charan Mehrotra
- Mesoionic carbene
- Metal carbido complex
- Metal carbon dioxide complex
- Metal carbonyl
- Metal carbonyl hydride
- Metal-catalysed hydroboration
- Metallacarboxylic acid
- Methane functionalization
- Methylidyne radical
- Migratory insertion
- Monsanto process
- Tolman electronic parameter
- Tolman's rule
- Transition metal alkene complex
- Transition metal alkyl complexes
- Transition metal alkyne complex
- Transition metal benzyne complex
- Transition metal carbene complex
- Transition metal carbyne complex
- Transition metal indenyl complex
- Transition metal NHC complex
- Transition-metal allyl complex
- Tsuji-Wilkinson decarbonylation reaction
- Tuck-in complex