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Ruthenium Complexes with Vinyl, Styryl, and Vinylpyrenyl Ligands: A Case of Non-innocence in Organometallic Chemistry

Ruthenium Complexes with Vinyl, Styryl, and Vinylpyrenyl Ligands: A Case of Non-innocence in Organometallic Chemistry

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MAURER, Jörg, Michael LINSEIS, Biprajit SARKAR, Brigitte SCHWEDERSKI, Mark NIEMEYER, Wolfgang KAIM, Stanislav ZÁLIS, Chris ANSON, Manfred ZABEL, Rainer WINTER, 2008. Ruthenium Complexes with Vinyl, Styryl, and Vinylpyrenyl Ligands: A Case of Non-innocence in Organometallic Chemistry. In: Journal of the American Chemical Society. 130(1), pp. 259-268. ISSN 0002-7863. eISSN 1520-5126

@article{Maurer2008-01-09Ruthe-13826, title={Ruthenium Complexes with Vinyl, Styryl, and Vinylpyrenyl Ligands: A Case of Non-innocence in Organometallic Chemistry}, year={2008}, doi={10.1021/ja075547t}, number={1}, volume={130}, issn={0002-7863}, journal={Journal of the American Chemical Society}, pages={259--268}, author={Maurer, Jörg and Linseis, Michael and Sarkar, Biprajit and Schwederski, Brigitte and Niemeyer, Mark and Kaim, Wolfgang and Zális, Stanislav and Anson, Chris and Zabel, Manfred and Winter, Rainer} }

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