Organ o-metallic compounds are highly toxic, especially those that are volatile.

OrganicChemistry2018 is organizing an International Conference on Organic and Inorganic Chemistry from Nov 5-7, 2018 at Edinburgh, Scotland.

One of the sessions is organ o-metallic chemistry.

Organ o-metallic compound is a substance that is having one metal-to-carbon bond, in that the carbon is part of an organic group. Organ o-metallic compounds actually played a major role in the improvement of chemistry. These are mostly used as catalysts and as intermediates in the laboratory and in industry. This class has compounds like ferrocene, a highly stable compound in which an iron atom is present between two hydrocarbon rings

Organ o-metallic compounds are metals that are either main-group compounds or transition metal compounds. The organ o-metallic compounds main-group metals are the S-block and the elements of the p-block in the periodic table of elements. The transition metal elements are in the d- and f-blocks.
The physical and chemical properties of organ o-metallic compounds vary greatly. Most are solids, particularly those having hydrocarbon groups are ring-shaped or aromatic, but some are liquids and some are gases. Their heat and oxidation stability vary greatly. Some are highly stable, but compounds of electropositive elements such as lithium, sodium, and aluminum are highly flammable. Many organ o-metallic compounds are highly toxic, especially those that are volatile.

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