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In the last example, a serious handicap is the extreme sensitivity of the calculations to the parameterization of the metal atoms. In a paper concerning the spin states of metal dimer complexes (38) as studied by EHT, heavy manipulation of the original theory was needed. In the field of transition metal coordination compounds self-consistent charge (SCC) calculations (of the type already mentioned for electronegative atoms) are essential to obtain the diagonal elements Hii. As a further example of the results to be expected from EHT in the field of coordination compounds, a more detailed survey will be given of the analysis of M(CO)n fragments (39) (M = transition metal).