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IV. Structure A. T-BONDED COMPLEXES 1 . Hapticity of Complexes X-ray diffraction and NMR studies have shown that metal fragments add exclusively across the [6,61 fusions to give $-type adducts. The ease with which some metal fragments dissociate off and on to the cage, in contrast to the organic derivatives, may explain the exclusive formation of the thermodynamically most stable [6,6]-adducts. There are no known examples of 7"- ( n 2 3) coordination of c60, and indeed reaction with [Ru(q-C,Me6)(CH3CH),1+ O,SCF,, a reagent known to readily bind q6- to polyenes such as styrene, resulted in only q2-coordination, as shown in Fig.