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Why is Ferrocene so Exceptional?

  •  6-29
  •  5 October 2016

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The most remarkable properties of ferrocene and its structure and chemistry are emphasized, from historical aspects to recent trends, in an overview justifying why it is such an exceptional tool in asymmetric catalysis, electron-transfer processes, sensing, molecular engineering, opto-electronics, materials science and medicine.

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