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DOUBLE BONDING BETWEEN HEAVIER GROUP 14 AND 15 ELEMENTS VII. 57 CONCLUSION Although compounds with, for example, P=P, As=As, and Si=Si bonds were postulated as long as a century ago, subsequent structural studies revealed that such species were, in fact, oligomeric. No sustained interest was displayed in double-bonded compounds of the heavier main-group elements until the 1960s, when methodologies began to emerge for the production of transient molecules. It was not, however, until the 1980s that these double-bonded compounds were isolated.
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