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1. As a result of this final transformation, it becomes irrelevant as to whether priority is given to placing the positive charge for cations on either the L- or X-function, although the final classification may be obtained more directly by placing it initially on the L-function. A consideration of some simple compounds serves to indicate the rationale for describing a molecule in terms of its equivalent neutral class. e. [ML3X3] (Figure 29). Thus, even though the compounds have different charges, the CBC method indicates that the three molecules belong to the same class of compound.
Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry 3ed Vol 01 by D M P Mingos; Robert H Crabtree