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Pi-bonded Organometallic compounds :

These are the compounds of metals with alkenes, alkynes, benzene and other ring compounds. In these complexes, the metal and ligand form a bond that involves the Pi electrons of the ligand. Three common examples are Zeise’s salt, ferocene and dibenzene chromium. These are shown here:

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