The organic compounds of mercury. by L. G. Makarova

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Statement[By] L.G. Makarova and A.N. Nesmeyanov. Translated from the Russian by Scripta Technica, ltd.
SeriesMethods of elemento-organic chemistry,, v. 4, Methods of elemento-organic chemistry;, v. 4.
ContributionsNesmei͡a︡nov, A. N. 1899- joint author., Scripta Technica, inc.
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LC ClassificationsQD412.H6 M333
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Paginationxii, 532 p.
Number of Pages532
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Open LibraryOL5550524M
LC Control Number67029769

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any of the compounds containing a carbon-mercury (C—Hg) bond. The two major types of known organic mercury compounds are R—Hg—R’ and R—HgX, where R and R’ are organic radicals and X is an acid group.

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