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Cationic Copper Iminophosphorane Complexes as CuAAC Catalysts: A Mechanistic Study

Electronic characterization of redox (non)-innocent Fe2S2 reference systems: a multi K-edge X-ray spectroscopic study

Examination of Protonation-Induced Dinitrogen Splitting by in Situ EXAFS Spectroscopy

Investigating the Active Species in a [(R-SN(H)S-R)CrCl3] Ethene Trimerization System: Mononuclear or Dinuclear?

Ligand Redox Noninnocence in [Co-III(TAML)](0/-) Complexes Affects Nitrene Formation

Modern X-ray spectroscopy: XAS and XES in the laboratory

X-ray Nanospectroscopy Reveals Binary Defect Populations in Sub-micrometric ZnO Crystallites

[FeFe]-Hydrogenase Mimic Employing kappa(2)-C,N-Pyridine Bridgehead Catalyzes Proton Reduction at Mild Overpotential

Nickel, Manganese, and Cobalt Dissolution from Ni-Rich NMC and Their Effects on NMC622-Graphite Cell

Spectroscopic and theoretical investigation of the [Fe-2(bdt)(CO)(6)] hydrogenase mimic and some catalyst intermediates

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