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Compounds with low-valent group 13 metals as ligands for electron poor main group and transition metals



Compounds with low-valent group 13 metals as ligands for electron poor main group and transition metals



Dalton Transactions 2009(11): 1887-1893



The application of low-valent group 13 metal compounds as ligands in coordination chemistry results in the formation of new metal-to-metal bonds. Traditionally, the coordination chemistry of these compounds was focused on late transition metals. This article now reviews recent progress of the coordination chemistry of compounds with low-valent group 13 metals in the chemistry of electron poor main group and transition metal as well as in f-block elements.

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DOI: 10.1039/b816377d


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