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(from preface)The airplane, the printing plant, and the meteorological station, are each one platforms containing many machines. The mode of co-action is kind of complicated and extremely specific—in each one case reaching a selected over-all end result. to check or describe anyone of those platforms, we could continue to research this complexity of interplay by way of taking without any consideration the ''simple'' life of the weather comparable to the airplane engine, the printing computer, the chronometer, and so forth. in fact, each one of those is itself a sophisticated mechanism, containing many ''simpler'' parts, like wheels, rods, pulleys, and so forth. To a wide quantity the weather aren't distinct, however the mode of interaction is back advanced, and differs in each one laptop in attaining its particular goal.
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The protonation of a o-allyltungsten complex to the cationic n-propene complex and the NaBH, reduction of this to the isopropyl complex in complete analogy to the corresponding iron compounds has been demonstrated by Green and Stfear( 4 5 ) : I W / I\\CH&H=Cri, cococo (34) The interconversion of u- and n-ally1 complexes has been observed by Kwiatek, Mador, and Seyler in the interesting homogeneous catalytic system of potassium pentacyanocobaltate(II), K,Co(CN), (46). This solution absorbs molecular hydrogen to form the active hydride species, K,[Co"'(CN),H].
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