Sorry. Change your name?
Many thanks for your thoughts! To be honest, I'm sure an official name would be something very boring, but hey, I'd
be able to call it whatever I wanted...
I've had doping suggested to me in passing, and to be frank, the actual manufacturing technique is something I'm happy to leave to the boys in the lab. (You may have figured this out already, but I'm not actually a professional chemist, and if I were, taking a lead from physics, I'd probably like to be a theoretical
chemist, if such things exist - practicalities bore me!)
I suppose what my question really boils down to is just this: is there any obvious chemical reason why a molecule consisting of atoms of silicon, molybdenum and nitrogen - and nothing else - could not exist in a stable form?
Here's an easier question, since I'm equally confused by variable valencies: could you give me acceptable values of n so I can stop having to refer to Sin