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Preparation and reaction chemistry of trimethylsilyl derivatives of tantalum. X-ray structures of d0 (.eta.5-C5Me5)Ta(SiMe3)Cl3 and d1 (.eta.5-C5Me5)Ta(SiMe3)(PMe3)Cl2

Cite this: Organometallics 1986, 5, 10, 2037–2044
Publication Date (Print):October 1, 1986
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