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Arene-perfluoroarene interactions in crystal engineering. XV. Ferrocene-decafluorobiphenyl (1/1).

Batsanov, A. S. and Collings, J. C. and Marder, T. B. (1999) 'Arene-perfluoroarene interactions in crystal engineering. XV. Ferrocene-decafluorobiphenyl (1/1).', Acta crystallographica section C : crystal structure communications., 62 (6). M229-M231.


The title crystal, [Fe(C5H5)2]·C12F10, comprises infinite chains of alternating component mol­ecules, linked through face-to-face contacts of nearly parallel cyclo­penta­dienyl and penta­fluoro­phenyl rings. The deca­fluoro­biphenyl mol­ecule has a crystallographic twofold axis and the Fe atom of the ferrocene mol­ecule is on a crystallographic inversion centre, with both cyclo­penta­dienyl rings disordered.

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