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By Smith L. Holt

The volumes during this carrying on with sequence offer a compilation of present ideas and ideas in inorganic artificial chemistry. contains inorganic polymer syntheses and training of significant inorganic solids, syntheses utilized in the advance of pharmacologically lively inorganic compounds, small-molecule coordination complexes, and similar compounds. additionally includes precious details on transition organometallic compounds together with species with metal-metal cluster molecules. All syntheses provided the following were demonstrated.

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T The tantalum container is crimped and sealed by arc welding using the apparatus described earlier in this volume (Chapter 1, Sec. 3) and the welded tube next sealed under vacuum in a fused silica tube. The sample is now heated to 700" for 2-3 days and then cooled to 650" and annealed for at least 24 hr. The latter step is necessary since the fully reduced phase appears to melt somewhat incongruently. The reaction product should be examined closely to determine whether pieces of unreacted scandium metal can be detected.

Although the amount would not seem serious in a sealed vessel, some Si14 may diffuse back to the metal, producing silicide. In any event the quality of either product, especially as judged by color and melting point, will be definitely improved by vacuum sublimation o r distillation6 This should be carried out at about 900", either in a sealed Ta tube designed so as to avoid refluxing or under a high vacuum using something like the two-piece apparatus shown in Fig. 2F of the earlier section on tantalum welding.

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