CuCOCl

Au(CO)Cl Pt(CO)2Cl2

Pd2(CO)2Cl4

Heterocarbonyls also have been produced, including:

(CO)5MnCo(CO)4 [(CO)5Re]2Fe(CO)4 Re2Ru(CO)i2 Ru2Os(CO)i2

Metal carbonyl carbides also exist, such as Fe5(CO)15C and the dicarbide clusters Ru10C2(CO)24, Co13C2(CO)24, and Rh15C2(CO)23. Another example of metal carbonyl is the dinitrogen derivative:

A complete list of all the metal carbonyls that can be formed is beyond the scope of this article. The above examples are provided to illustrate the diversity of the chemical forms of metal carbonyls.

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