By F G A Stone; Robert West
ADVANCES ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY V 7.
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Incidentally the intense absorption maxima observed and the Amax which increases with increasing chain length suggest applications as light-protective coatings. Early in our studies on organosilicon chemistry, one of the review articles (22) was concerned with relationships of analogous organic compounds of silicon and carbon, and in this we considered some reasons for the very small number of polysilanes then known (about 20). I t appeared that the limited number of polysilanes might be traced, in large part, to an inadequate variety of suitable preparative procedures.
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