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A new cylindrical, six-membered iron(III) inclusion cluster consisting of three oxo-bridged diiron subunits linked by carboxylate bridges



A new cylindrical, six-membered iron(III) inclusion cluster consisting of three oxo-bridged diiron subunits linked by carboxylate bridges



Inorganic Chemistry 39(24): 5565-5568




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