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ferrocene

(ˈfɛrəʊˌsiːn)
n
(Elements & Compounds) a reddish-orange insoluble crystalline compound. Its molecules have an iron atom sandwiched between two cyclopentadiene rings. Formula: Fe(C5H5)2
[C20: from ferro- + c(yclopentadi)ene]
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Stepnicka, Ferrocenes: Ligands, Materials and Biomolecules, John Wiley and Sons, Ltd, (2008).
Levicky, "A comparison of five bioconjugatable ferrocenes for labeling of biomolecules," Chemical Communications, vol.
"Aqueous soluble ferrocenes represent a whole new class of molecules for flow batteries," said Aziz.
Ferrocene-based Fe (II.) driers, (10-12) acyl-substituted ferrocenes, (13) and a combination of reduced agents/iron were tested.
Supuran, "Organometallic compounds with biologically active molecules: in vitro antibacterial and antifungal activity of some 1,1/-(dicarbohydrazono) ferrocenes and their cobalt(II), copper(II), nickel(II) and zinc(II) complexes," Applied Organometallic Chemistry, vol.
Redox mediators such as ferrocenes are attached to the hydrophilic polymer arms.
The single-stranded targets are combined with appropriate buffers that have allele-specific signaling probes, which are labeled with signaling molecules called ferrocenes. (2), (7) Once this mixture is complete, it is loaded into cartridges.
Editor Stepnicka (Charles U., Prague) has gathered information from contributors all over the world on ferrocenes, molecules known for their uses in catalysis, materials science and bioorganometallic chemistry.
Titanocenes and ferrocenes are numbered among the successfully implemented organometallic photoinitiators.
(43) The most commonly used mediators are ferrocenes. Amperometric biosensors have been used for the detection of E coli in water (screen-printed electrodes), bacterial vaginosis, studies of bacterial contamination, detection of agents of biological warfare (eg, anthrax), and detection of E coli heat-labile enterotox-in and other neurotoxins.
Iron compounds, so-called ferrocenes, are used as antiknock agents, but they form deposits in the engine.