Iron is generally used as a catalyst for wide variety of organic transformations. It has been used for the synthesis of magnetic polydimethylsiloxane (PDMS) for automated microcontact printing of biomolecules. Iron can also be used:
For the removal of arsenate from water.
To synthesize Fe(III) iodide catalyst for thioglycosylation of peracetylated saccharides.
As a catalyst for the graphitization for microscale radiocarbon analysis of small samples.
For the removal of nitroaromatic pesticides by reduction.
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