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Charge Delocalization in a Heterobimetallic Ferrocene−(Vinyl)Ru(CO)Cl(PiPr3)2 System

Charge Delocalization in a Heterobimetallic Ferrocene−(Vinyl)Ru(CO)Cl(PiPr3)2 System


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KOWALSKI, Konrad, Michael LINSEIS, Rainer WINTER, Manfred ZABEL, Stanislav ZÁLIS, Harald KELM, Hans-Jörg KRÜGER, Biprajit SARKAR, Wolfgang KAIM, 2009. Charge Delocalization in a Heterobimetallic Ferrocene−(Vinyl)Ru(CO)Cl(PiPr3)2 System. In: Organometallics. 28(14), pp. 4196-4209. ISSN 0276-7333

@article{Kowalski2009Charg-13820, title={Charge Delocalization in a Heterobimetallic Ferrocene−(Vinyl)Ru(CO)Cl(PiPr3)2 System}, year={2009}, doi={10.1021/om9002945}, number={14}, volume={28}, issn={0276-7333}, journal={Organometallics}, pages={4196--4209}, author={Kowalski, Konrad and Linseis, Michael and Winter, Rainer and Zabel, Manfred and Zális, Stanislav and Kelm, Harald and Krüger, Hans-Jörg and Sarkar, Biprajit and Kaim, Wolfgang} }

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