Progress in Inorganic Chemistry, Volume 16

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Wiley, 1972 - Science - 630 pages
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Progress in Inorganic Chemistry is a cornerstone of Wiley's inorganic chemistry program, providing a regular forum for carefully researched reports that review major developments in inorganic chemistry. With contributions from internationally renowned scientists, the series enables you to keep track and understand the significance of key discoveries in inorganic chemistry. Cutting-edge reviews are offered in such areas as chemical biology, bioinorganic chemistry, materials science, nanotechnology, and organometallic chemistry. Progress in Inorganic Chemistry mirrors the great diversity of mod.

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Contents

By R A Walton
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B Nonexistent Halides and Oxyhalides
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Halides Containing Clusters of Metal
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