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Efficient and selective oxidation of primary and secondary alcohols using an iron(III)/phenanthroline complex: Structural studies and catalytic activity

Bibliographic reference Biswas, B. ; Al-Hunaiti, A. ; Räisänen, M.T. ; Ansalone, S. ; Leskelä, M. ; et. al. Efficient and selective oxidation of primary and secondary alcohols using an iron(III)/phenanthroline complex: Structural studies and catalytic activity . In: European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, Vol. --, no.28, p. 4479-4485 (2012)
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