Ferrocene



[fer-uh-seen] /ˈfɛr əˌsin/

noun, Chemistry.
1.
Also called dicyclopentadienyliron. an orange, crystalline, water-insoluble coordination compound, (C 5 H 5) 2 Fe, having a camphorlike odor: used chiefly as an antiknock agent for gasoline and as a catalyst.
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2.
Also called dicyclopentadienyl metal. any of a class of analogous compounds containing a metal other than iron, as nickel or osmium.
/ˈfɛrəʊˌsiːn/
noun
1.
a reddish-orange insoluble crystalline compound. Its molecules have an iron atom sandwiched between two cyclopentadiene rings. Formula: Fe(C5H5)2

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