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Main Title Organotins in Biology and the Environment.
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Author Title of a Work
Zuckerman, J. J.
Publisher Defense Technical Information Center
Year Published 1978
Report Number TR-2
OCLC Number 227507120
Subjects Polymer Chemistry. ; Organic chemistry. ; Tin alloys. ; Environments. ; Biology. ; Chemicals. ; Organometallic compounds. ; Metabolism. ; Water treatment. ; Exposure(physiology) ; Tin compounds. ; Chemical analysis. ; Waste treatment. ; Industrial hygiene.
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EKCD  DCS AD-A058620 NHEERL/GED Library/Gulf Breeze,FL 01/23/2013
Collation 40 p.
Contents Notes
Tin chemistry has been the subject of much research effort in the last few years. Elemental tin possesses two allotropic modifications, forms a wide variety of intermetallic phases and inorganic compounds, and has an extensive organometallic chemistry. Basic studies in organotin chemistry are stimulated by the obvious close analogies and interesting differences with the even more extensive chemistry of the cognate organosilicon compounds, and with the vast body of organic chemistry, and also by the success with which a large number of modern physical techniques can be applied to organotin compounds.