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By William Goyen

Goyen's 5th novel is a myth of sexuality, Texas kingdom lifestyles within the first half the 20th century, spiritual revivalism, and the money insanity and ecological destruction brought on by the oil increase. The narrative consists of the short associated episodes and stories which are Goyen's trademark, and is written with an ear for the rhythms of nearby speech that was once his specific reward.

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Rxn. : By reacting (Pr2Ge0)'1 with concd. HCl (15). By reacting GeC14·With PrLi{I:l) in petr. ether with CO~-CHCl'1 cooling; the prod. contains 20% Pr2GeCl2, 161v PrGeCl3 and some Pr'1GeCl; with 2 equivs. GeCl4, the prod. 6% Pr~C13 (247). Co1orless liquid, b. 5 ; m. 4725 (15); b. 60-63°/5 mm {247). n Rxn. wit~: Peroxides~ Pr3Ge(OOR)2 (111). : By reacting ( Pr2GeO) 3 wi th concd. HBr ( 15~ö Colorless liquid, b. 5°; m. 5173 (15). Rxn. wi th: NaOH in H20 ~ ( Pr2GeO )n ( 15) . : By reac ting ( Pr2GeO) 3 wi th 4e% HI a t 70°; 36% yie ld ( 15) .

By treating Pr3GeF wi th Fe and Br on steam bath, hydrolyzing the rxn. mixt. with alkali, and converting the resulting (Pr2Geo) 3 to fluoride (15). : Colorless liquid, b. 80; m. 4128 (15). Rxn. : By reacting (Pr2Ge0)'1 with concd. HCl (15). By reacting GeC14·With PrLi{I:l) in petr. ether with CO~-CHCl'1 cooling; the prod. contains 20% Pr2GeCl2, 161v PrGeCl3 and some Pr'1GeCl; with 2 equivs. GeCl4, the prod. 6% Pr~C13 (247). Co1orless liquid, b. 5 ; m. 4725 (15); b. 60-63°/5 mm {247). n Rxn. wit~: Peroxides~ Pr3Ge(OOR)2 (111).

Liqui~ 0 with a repulsive, musty odor, b. 4146 (17). Rxn. with: NaOH ~ (i-Pr2Ge0)3 (17). ~: ~: i-Pr2GeCl2 DIISOPROPYLGERMANIUM DICHLORIDE By heating {i-Pr2Geo) 3 with concd. aq. HCl at 85°; ---aleoret. yigld ( 17). : b. 203 ; m. 4738 (17). RXns. with: AgOCOR ~ i-Pr2Ge(OCOR)2 (23). AgOCN ~ i-Pr2Ge(NC0}2 (23). L1AlH4 ~ i-Pr2GeH2 {23). ~: i-Pr2GeBr2 DIISOPROPYLGERMANIUM DIBROMIDE aq. HBr at 85°; concd. : 3 heoret. yield (17). By refluxing (l-Pr2GeS)2 with AgBr (23). : Colorless liquid, b. m. 519 (17).

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