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A New Class of Ferrocene-Based 1,2-Bis(phosphanes) Possessing only Planar Chirality

Bibliographic reference Argouarch, Gilles ; Samuel, Odile ; Riant, Olivier ; Daran, Jean-Claude ; Kagan, Henri B.. A New Class of Ferrocene-Based 1,2-Bis(phosphanes) Possessing only Planar Chirality. In: European Journal of Organic Chemistry, Vol. , no. , p. 2893 (2000)
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