(Allenylidene)ruthenium complexes with redox-active substituents and ligands

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HARTMANN, Stephan, Rainer WINTER, Birgit M. BRUNNER, Biprajit SARKAR, Axel KNÖDLER, Ingo HARTENBACH, 2003. (Allenylidene)ruthenium complexes with redox-active substituents and ligands. In: European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry. 2003(5), pp. 876-891. ISSN 1434-1948

@article{Hartmann2003(Alle-13833, title={(Allenylidene)ruthenium complexes with redox-active substituents and ligands}, year={2003}, doi={10.1002/ejic.200390117}, number={5}, volume={2003}, issn={1434-1948}, journal={European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry}, pages={876--891}, author={Hartmann, Stephan and Winter, Rainer and Brunner, Birgit M. and Sarkar, Biprajit and Knödler, Axel and Hartenbach, Ingo} }

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