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R. r. r. spectra of Zr(BH,), and Hf(BH,), have been found to have the same temperature dependence and this has been attributed to loB and "B quadrupolar spinlattice relaxation effects. -The chemical stability of the germanides Zr,Ge. Zr,Ge,, ZrGe. ZrGe,. 28 Alkyl and Related Compounds. The alkylzirconium trihalides, RZrX, (R = Me, Et, or Pr: X = C1 o r Br) have been prepared by treating ZrX, with R,Zn in toluene at 0 "C; the dialkylzirconium dihalides, R,ZrX, (R = Me or Et; X = C1 or Br) were obtained from these reactants in pyridine at 0°C.
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A Theory of Color Production II, Inorganic Compounds by Julius Stieglitz