On the Redox Chemistry of Ferrocenes and Other Iron Sandwich Complexes and Its Applications

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Abstract

In this micro-review dedicated to the memory of Professor Eberhard W. Neuse, some redox properties of ferrocenes and other iron–sandwich complexes that were essentially developed in the author’s laboratory are summarized including synthetic aspects, stoichiometric and electrocatalytic electron-transfer properties and applications to electrochemical references and to the chemistry of polymer networks and receptors.

Keywords

Iron sandwich complex Ferrocene Biferrocene Redox reagent Electrocatalyst Receptor 

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  1. 1.ISM, UMR CNRSUniversity of BordeauxTalence CedexFrance

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