What is the atomicity of carbon

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In the last lecture I was concerned with showing you how the work of Williamson, Frankland, Kekulé, Berthelot, Buff, and Wurtz made the view of the different values ​​of radicals and elements of great importance. I'm starting today by showing you how those notions can explain the types1).

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