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Metal-organic frameworks 40 Supramolecular structure 38 Rotaxanes 2 Electrochemistry 47 Organometallic compounds Bond activation 17 Carbene complexes 13 Sandwich compounds 5 Metallacycles 5 Small molecule activation Inorg. Photosensitizers 18 Photochemical reduction 15 Photooxidation 7 Photodegradation 3 Photochemical reactivity 1 Photochemical dechlorination 1 Combinatorial chemistry Multicomponent reaction 16 Solid phase synthesis 10 Ugi reaction 3 Three-component coupling reaction 1 Natural products Total synthesis 2 Stereochemistry Regiochemistry 3 Supramolecular chemistry Org.

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