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Reactions of σ- and w-Bonded Derivatives 46 b. Carbon-Bonded Derivatives Two reaction courses are commonly observed with carbon σ-bonded transition metal complexes: (1) Ligand substitution by a reactant occurs and then the carbon group moves from metal to the ligand (covalent addition) or (2) an external reagent attacks the complex, either at the σ-bonded carbon group (SN2) or at the metal (oxidative addition). For example (34,94b, 94c), CH3COCo(CO)4 -co v [CH3COCo(CO)3] + co H5C2 C2HsC=CC2H5 C2H5 C=CC2H5 CH3COCo(CO)3 C2H5 > = < CH3C O -► products Co(CO)3 C6H5CH2COCo(CO)4 + C6H5NH2 -► QHsCHaCONHCeHs + HCo(CO)4 ci- PEt3 c.