XIX. On a new series of organic bodies containing metals

@article{FranklandXIXOA,
  title={XIX. On a new series of organic bodies containing metals},
  author={Edward Percy Frankland},
  journal={Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London},
  pages={417 - 444}
}
  • E. Frankland
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London
Under the above title I described, more than three years ago, some preliminary experiments which proved the existence of certain organic compounds highly analogous to cacodyl, and, like that body, consisting of a metal, or in some cases phosphorus, associated with the groups C2 H3, C4 H5, C6 H7, &c., and possessing, in most instances, highly remarkable powers of combination. I fixed the composition and studied some of the reactions of two of these bodies, to which the names Zincmethyl (C2 H3 Zn… Expand
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