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The results of the study of the synthesis of complex compounds of molybdenum (V) with diethylethylene disulfide are presented. A method for the synthesis of complex compounds of molybdenum (V) with (C2H5)2SC2H4 was developed. Chloride and bromide analogs of molybdenum (V) complexes with the indicated ligand were synthesized. On the basis of physicochemical research methods, it has been proved that the compounds prepared have a constant qualitative and quantitative composition.


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Khakimov F. Kh., Usmonov S.A., & Nayimova B.K. (2021). Study the complex formation of molybdenum (v) with diethylethylene disulfide . Central Asian Journal of Medical and Natural Science, 2(3), 130-135.


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