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organometallic

 [or″gah-no-mĕ-tal´ik]
consisting of a metal combined with an organic radical, particularly when the metal is linked directly to a carbon atom.
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or·ga·no·me·tal·lic

(ōr'gă-nō-me-tal'ik),
Denoting an organic compound containing one or more metallic atoms in its structure.
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or·ga·no·me·tal·lic

(ōr'gă-nō-mĕ-tal'ik)
Denoting an organic compound containing one or more metallic atoms in its structure.
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in Inorganic and Organometallic Chemistry from the University of Washington.
He remained active in the field of organometallic chemistry throughout his career.
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