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Complex metal hydride
also called Complex hydride

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  1. Complex metal hydrides are salts wherein the anions contain hydrides

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  2. In the older chemical literature as well as contemporary materials science textbooks, a "metal hydride" is assumed to be nonmolecular, i.e. three-dimensional lattices of atomic ions

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  3. Complex metal hydrides of boron and aluminium are widely used in organic synthesis for the reduction of carbon-oxygen and carbon-nitrogen multiple bonds

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  4. In such systems, hydrides are often interstitial and nonstoichiometric, and the bonding between the metal and hydrogen atoms is significantly ionic

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  5. In contrast, complex metal hydrides typically contain more than one type of metal or metalloid and are either soluble or react with water

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