SCHOLLHAMMER Philippe

Professeur des Universités
Chimie Inorganique


Enseignant-chercheur
Etablissement : Université Bretagne Occidentale
Affectation de recherche : CEMCA (Chimie, électrochimie moléculaires et chimie analytique)

Equipe(s) : CHEMS- Chimie et électrochimie de systèmes métal-soufre modèles
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Production scientifique Philippe Schollhammer (juillet 2015)


• Direction d’ouvrages (DO)

DO 2 Bioinspired Catalysis, Metal-Sulfur Complexes.
W. Weigand, P. Schollhammer (Eds), Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2015, 417 p.

 


DO 1 N° thématique “Bio-Inspired Hydrogen Production-Uptake Catalysis, Comptes Rendus de Chimie de l’Académie des Sciences, N° 8, Août 2008.

• Ouvrages Scientifiques individuels et collectifs (OS)

OS4 Hydrogenase Models : an Overview.
U.-P. Apfel, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, W. Weigand.
in Weigand, Schollhammer (Eds) : Bioinspired Catalysis, Metal-Sulfur Complexes. Part II : Model Complexes of the Active Site of Hydrogenases-Proton and Dihydrogen Activation ; Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2015, Chap.4, pp. 79-104;

OS 3 Biomasse : filière chimique bioinspirée. V. Artéro, F. Gloaguen, M Fontecave et P Schollhammer, dans L’énergie à découvert, sous la direction R. Mosseri et C. Jeandel ; CNRS Edtions, Paris, 2013, p158-159.

OS 2 A few selected aspects of electrode-induced reactions at mono- and dinuclear molybdenum-sulfur centres. (chapitre d’ouvrage) F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, in Bard, Stratmann (Eds) : Encyclopedia of Electrochemistry. Vol. 7 : Inorg.Chem. (vol. Eds : F. Scholz, C. Pickett) ; Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2006, 567-589.

OS 1 Electrochemical generation of substrate-binding sites in organometallic complexes with the {Mo2(µ-SR)n} core. Electrosynthesis of cyanide and isocyanide derivatives. F. Gloaguen, C. Le Floc'h, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, M. El Khalifa, J.Y. Saillard.« Molecular Electrochemistry of Inorganic, Bioinorganic and Organometallic Compounds », A.J.L. Pombeiro and J.A. Mc Cleverty Eds, Kluwer Academic Publishers (Dordrecht/Boston/London), NATO ASI Series, 1993, 33, C 385.

 

• Articles :

Revue internationale à comité de lecture (ACL)

2015

ACL 99Ligand effects on the electrochemical behavior of [Fe2(CO)5(L){μ-(SCH2)2(Ph)PvO}] (L = PPh3,
P(OEt)3) hydrogenase model complexes
L.R. Almazahreh, W. Imhof, J. Talarmin, P. Schollhammer, H. Görls, M. El-khateeb, W. Weigand
Dalton Trans., 2015, 44, 7177-7189

ACL 98 Silicon-Heteroaromatic [FeFe] Hydrogenase Model Complexes: Insight into Protonation, Electrochemical Properties, and Molecular Structures
R. Goy, L. Bertini, H. Görls, L. De Gioia, J. Talarmin, G. Zampella, P. Schollhammer, W. Weigand
Chem. Eur. J., 2015, 21,5061-5073


ACL 97 A sterically stabilized FeI-FeI semi-rotated conformation of [FeFe] hydrogenase subsite model.
R. Goy, L. Bertini, C. Elleouet, H. Görls, G. Zampella, J. Talarmin, L. De Gioia, P. Schollhammer, U.-P. Apfel, W. Weigand.
Dalton Trans., 2015, 44, 1690-1699.

ACL 96 A diferrous dithiolate as a model of the elusive Hinactox state of the [FeFe] hydrogenases : an electrochemical and theoretical dissection of its redox chemistry.
D. Chouffai, J.-F. Capon, L. De Gioia, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, G. Zampella.
Inorg.Chem., 2015, 54, 299-311.

2014


ACL 95. New systematic route to mixed-valence triiron clusters derived from dinuclear models of the active site of [Fe-Fe]-hydrogenases.
L. Beaume, M. Clémancey, G. Blondin, C. Greco, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin.
Organometallics, 2014, 33, 6290-6293.

ACL 94. Reductive behaviour of [Fe2(CO)4(2-dmpe){μ-(SCH2)2NBn}]: effect of symmetrization on the rotated conformation in FeI-FeI models of [2Fe]H subsite of [Fe-Fe]H2ases.
L. de Gioia, C. Elleouet, S. Munery, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, G. Zampella.
Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2014, 3456-3461.

ACL 93 A new FeMo complex as model of heterobimetallic assemblies in natural systems : Mössbauer and DFT investigations.
S. Bouchard, M. Clemancey, G. Blondin, M. Bruschi, K. Charreteur, L. de Gioia, C. Le Roy, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin.
Inorg. Chem., 2014, 53, 11345-11347.

ACL 92 Acid-base control of hemilabile proton-responsive protecting devices in dimolybdenum, thiolate-bridged complexes
A. Le Goff, D. Vénec, C. Le Roy, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin,
Inorg. Chem., 2014, 53, 2200-2210.


2013

ACL 91 New Fe-I-Fe-I Complex Featuring a Rotated Conformation Related to the [2Fe](H) Subsite of [Fe-Fe] Hydrogenase
S. Munery, J.-F. Capon, L. De Gioia, C. Elleouet, C.Greco, F.-Y. Pétillon, P.Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, G. Zampella, Chemistry, A European Journal, 2013, 19, 15458-15461 ; DOI: 10.1002/chem.201303316


ACL 90 A Novel [FeFe] Hydrogenase Model with a (SCH2)(2)P=O Moiety
L.R. Almazahreh U-P Apfel, W. Imhof, M. Rudolph, H. Goerls, J. Talarmin, P. Schollhammer, M. El-khateeb, W.Weigand, Organometallics, 2013, 32, 4523-4530 ; DOI: 10.1021/om4003544

ACL 89 A Silicon-Heteroaromatic System as Photosensitizer for Light-Driven Hydrogen Production by Hydrogenase Mimics
R. Goy, U-P Apfel, C. Elleouet, D. Escudero, M. Elstner, H. Goerls, J. Talarmin, P. Schollhammer, L. Gonzalez, W. Weigand, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2013, 25, 4466-4472; DOI: 10.1002/ejic.201300537


2012

ACL 88 Electrochemical and theoretical investigations of the role of the appended base on the reduction of protons by [Fe2(CO)4(2-PNPR)(µ-S(CH2)3S] (PNPR = {Ph2PCH2}2NR, R = Me, Ph)
S. Lounissi, G. Zampella, J.-F. Capon, L. De Gioia, F. Matoussi, S. Mafhoudi, F.-Y. Pétillon, P.Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Chemistry, A European Journal, 2012, 18, 11123-11138.

ACL 87 Electrochemical and theoretical studies of the impact of the chelating ligand on the reactivity of [Fe2(CO)4(2-LL)(µ-pdt)]+ Complexes with different substrates (LL = IMe-CH2-IMe, dppe; IMe = 1,Methylimidazol-2-ylidene)
D. Chouffai, G. Zampella, J.-F. Capon, L. De Gioia, F Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin. Organometallics, 2012, 31, 1082-1091.

2011

ACL 86 Oxydatively induced reactivity of [Fe2(CO)4(2-dppe)(µ-pdt)] : an electrochemical and theoretical study of the structure change and ligand binding processes, D. Chouffai, G. Zampella, J.-F. Capon, L. De Gioia, F Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin. Inorg. Chem.., 2011, 50, 12575-12585.

ACL 85 Phosphorus–carbon(pyridyl) bond cleavage on reacting diphenyl-2-pyridylphosphine with triiron dodecacarbonyl. P.Das, M.Borah, F. Michaud, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer. Inorg. Chim. Acta, 2011,376, 641-644

ACL 84 Thermal generation and Structures of the unsaturated doubly-bridged complex [Mo2Cp2Cl2( µ-SMe)2], and its quadruply-bridged isomer [Mo2Cp2(µ-Cl)2(µ-SMe)2], W.S Ojo, F.Y.Pétillon, P.Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Organometallics, 2011, 30, 649-652.

ACL 83 Diiron species containing a cyclic Pph2NPh2 diphosphine related to the [FeFe]H2ases active site, S. Lounissi, J-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F. Matoussi, F. Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Chem Commun, 2011, 47, 878-880.

ACL 82 Diiron complexes with [2Fe3S] core related to the [FeFe]H2ases active site, K. Charreteur, J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer,, J. Talarmin, Eur J. Inorg. Chem., 2011, 1038-1042.

2010

ACL 81 Non-innocent bma ligand in a dissymetrically disubstituted diiron dithiolate related to the active site of the [FeFe] hydrogenases, Youtao Si, Kévin Charreteur, Jean-François Capon, Frederic Gloaguen, François Y. Pétillon, Philippe Schollhammer, JeanTalarmin, Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry, 2010, 10, 1038-1042.

ACL 80 Electrocatalytic dihydrogen evolution mechanism of [Fe2(CO)4(2-Ph2PCH2CH2PPh2(µ-S(CH2)3S)] and related models of the [Fe-Fe]-hydrogenases active site : a DFT investigation. L De Gioia, C.Greco, P.Fantucci, R. Suarez-Bertoa, M.Brushi, J.Talarmin, P.Schollhammer, Dalton Trans. 2010, 39, 7320-7329.

ACL 79 Investigation on the protonation of a trisubstituted [Fe2(CO)3(PPh3)(2-phen)(µ-pdt)] complex : rotated versus unrotated intermediate pathway. P.-Y. Orain, J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, G. Zampella, L. De Gioia T. Roisnel Inorg. Chem., 2010, 49, 5003-5008.

ACL 78 Tuning of electron transfer in diiron azo-bridged complexes relevant to hydrogenases, P.-Y. Orain, J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin,International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, 2010, 35, 10797-10802, Indo-French Workshop on Biohydrogen: from Basic Concepts to Technology

ACL 77 Effect of electron-withdrawing dithiolate bridge on the electron-transfer steps in diiron molecules related to [2Fe]H subsite of the [FeFe]H2ase. K. Charreteur, M. Kdider, J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J.Talarmin, Inorg. Chem.., 2010, 49, 2496-2501.

ACL 76 Reactivity of [Fe2(CO)6(µ-S2)] toward a base-containing diphosphine (Ph2PCH2)2NCH3 : Formation of diiron carbonyl compounds, having polydentate heterofunctionalized phosphine (PNS = Ph2PCH2N(CH3)CH2S) and bidentate thiophosphinito (Ph2PS = PS) bridges. S. Lounissi, J-F., F. Gloaguen, F. Matoussi, F. Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Organometallics, 2010, 29, 1296-1301

ACL 75 Carbon-sulfur and carbon-halogen bond cleavage of acyclic or cyclic thioethers, thiophenes, and dihaloalkanes with the trithiolato-bridged cation [Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)3(MeCN)2]+. W.S. Ojo, F.Y.Pétillon, P.Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Organometallics, 2010, 29, 448-462.

2009

ACL 74 Modeling [Fe-Fe] Hydrogenase: Synthesis and protonation of a diiron dithiolate complex containing a phosphine-N-heterocyclic-carbene ligand. D. Morvan, J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J.Talarmin, J.J. Yaouanc, F. Michaud, N. Kervarec, J Organomet. Chem., ‘N° Spécial : Organometallics for Energy Conversion’, 2009, 694, 2801-2807.

ACL 73 Electron- and proton transfers at dirion dithiolate sites relevant to the catalysis of protons reduction by the [FeFe]-hydrogenases J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J.Talarmin, Coord. Chem. Rev., 2009, 253, 1476-1494.

ACL 72 Electrochemical study of the role of a H-bridged, unsymmetrically disubstituted diiron complex in proton reduction catalysis. S. Ezzaher, J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J.Talarmin, J. Electronal. Chem., 2009, 626, 161-170.

ACL 71 Influence of a pendant amine in the second coordination sphere on proton transfer at a dissymmetrically disubstituted diiron system related to the [2Fe]H subsite of [FeFe]H2ase. S. Ezzaher, J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, N. Kervarec, Inorg. Chem. 2009, 48, 2-4.

2008

ACL 70 Organometallic diiron complexes chemistry related to the [2Fe]H Subsite of the [FeFe]H2ase, Jean-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin , Eur J. Inorg. Chem., 2008, 4671-4681.

ACL 69 C-C and/or C-S, C-N coupling versus dealkylation processes in tris(thiolato)dimolybdenum(III) cationic complexes [Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)3L2]+ (L = xylNC,t-BuNC, CO, MeCN), depending on the nature of L and that of the adding base. W.S Ojo, F.Y.Pétillon, P.Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Organometallics, 2008, 27, 4207-4222.

ACL 68 Phosphorus functionalized carbenes: Synthesis and coordination properties. D. Morvan, J.-F Capon, F. Gloaguen, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, J.-J. Yaouanc, P.-A. Jaffres. Phosphorus, Sulfur and Silicon and the related elements, 2008, 183 , 669-670 .

ACL 67 Bio-Inspired Hydrogen Production-Uptake Catalysis, Foreword, P. Schollhammer , Jean Talarmin, C.R. Chimie, N° thématique “Bio-Inspired Hydrogen Production-Uptake Catalysis” , Editeurs invités P. Schollhammer , Jean Talarmin, 2008, 11, 789.

 

ACL 66 Diiron chelate complexes relevant to the active site on the iron-only hydrogenase. S. Ezzaher, J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, N. Kervarec, F.Y. Pétillon, R. Pichon, P. Schollhammer , Jean Talarmin., C.R. Chimie, N° thématique “Bio-Inspired Hydrogen Production-Uptake Catalysis” , Editeurs invités P. Schollhammer , Jean Talarmin, 2008, 11, 906-914.

ACL 65 First insights into the protonation of dissymetrically disubsituted di-iron azadithiolate models of the [FeFe]H2ases active site, S. Ezzaher, P.-Y. Orain, J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, T. Roisnel, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Chem Commun, 2008, 2547-2549.

ACL 64 On the electrochemistry of diiron dithiolate complexes related to the active site of [FeFe]H2ase, J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer , Jean Talarmin., C.R. Chimie, N° thématique “Bio-Inspired Hydrogen Production-Uptake Catalysis” , Editeurs invités P. Schollhammer , Jean Talarmin, 2008, 11, 842-851.

ACL 63 Electrochemical insights into the mechanisms of proton reduction by [Fe2(CO)6{µ-SCH2N(R)CH2S}] complexes related to the [2Fe]H sub-site of [FeFe]-Hydrogenase. J-F Capon, S. Ezzaher, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Chemistry, Eur. J., 2008, 14(6), 1954-1964.

2007
ACL 62 Electron-transfer catalyzed rearrangement of unsymmetrically substituted diiron dithiolate complexes related to the active site of the [FeFe]-hydrogenase. S. Ezzaher, J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Inorg. Chem. 2007, 46, 9863-9872.

ACL 61 Activation of propargylic alcohols by dimolybdenum tris(µ-thiolate) complexes : influence of the substituents R in HCCCR2(OH)-vinylidene/allenylidene transformation. Reactivity of allenylidene complexes,W.-S. Ojo, J.-F. Capon, A. Le Goff, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir, J Organomet. Chem. 2007, 692, 5351-5367

ACL 60 Electrochemical synthesis of mono- and disubstituted diiron dithiolate complexes as models for the iron-only hydrogenase active site, D. Morvan, J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2007, 5062-5068.

ACL 59 Electrochemical and theoretical investigations of the reduction of [Fe2(CO)5L{µ-SCH2XCH2S}] complexes related to [FeFe] Hydrogenase, J.-F. Capon, S. Ezzaher, F. Gloaguen, F. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, T.J. Davin, J. Mc Grady, K.W. Muir. New J. Chem., 2007, 31, 2052-2064.

ACL 58 Use of 1,10-phenanthroline ligand in diiron dithiolate derivatives related to the [Fe-Fe] hydrogenase active site. P.-Y. Orain, J.-F. Capon, N. Kervarec, F. Gloaguen, F. Pétillon, R. Pichon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Dalton Trans. 2007, 3754-3756.

ACL 57 Carboxy-functionalized dithiolate di-iron complexes related to the active site of Fe-only hydrogenase. V. Vijaikanth, J.-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, J Organomet. Chem. 2007, 692, 4177-4181.

ACL 56 Formation of new µ-thioalkylidene and µ-borohydride dimolybdenum complexes from the µ-alkylidyne precursor [Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)3(µ-CCH2Ph)]. A Le Goff, C. Le Roy, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Organometallics, 2007, 26, 3607-3610.

ACL 55 Evidence for the formation of terminal hydrides by protonation of asymmetric iron hydrogenase active site mimic. S. Ezzaher, J-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, R. Pichon, N. Kervarec, Inorg. Chem. 2007, 46, 3426-3428.

ACL 54 N-Heterocyclic Carbene Ligands in asymmetric Di-Iron Models of Hydrogenase Active Site. J-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, N. Kervarec, D. Morvan, F. Michaud, R. Pichon, P. Schollhammer, Jean Talarmin, J.J. Yaouank. Organometallics, 2007, 26, 2042-2052.

ACL 53 Electrochemical proton reduction at mild potentials by monosubstituted diiron organometallic complexes bearing a benzenedithiolate bridge. F. Gloaguen, D. Morvan, J-F. Capon, P.Schollhammer, Jean Talarmin. J. of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2007, 603, 15-20.

ACL 52 Influence of the initial bonding mode of the hydrocarbyl bridge on the mechanisms and products of the electrochemical reduction of alkyne- and vinylidene dimolybdenum tris(µ-thiolate) complexes A. Le Goff, C. Le Roy, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, New J. Chem., 2007, 31, 265-276.

2006

ACL 51 A bridging side-on Allenylidene Di-molybdenum Complex without carbonyl stabilisation. W.S. Ojo, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir, Organometallics, 2006, 25, 5503-5505.

ACL 50 Activation of proton by the two-electron reduction of a di-iron organometallic complex. J-F Capon, F. Gloaguen, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, J. of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2006, 595, 47-52.

ACL 49 Formation of C-C, C-N and C-O Links between Isonitrile, Cyclopentadienyl and Hydroxide Ligands bound to Molybdenum(III): Syntheses and Crystal Structures of µ-Aminocarbyne and µ-Amino-oxycarbene Dimolybdenum Complexes. W.S. Ojo, E. Paugam, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir, Organometallics, 2006 25, 4009-4018.

ACL 48 Oxidatively-induced µ-1µ-:1. Rearrangement of {N=N} ligands at a {Mo2(µ-SMe)3} Site and Protonation of the oxidized Diazenido Complex. A. Le Goff, C. Le Roy, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, New Journal of Chemistry, 2006, 30, 929-938.

ACL 47 Reactions of [Fe2Cp2(CO)3(µ-CO)(µ3-CO)(µ3-CF3C2CF3)] with diphosphines. X-ray structure of a complex in which two tri-iron clusters are linked only by Ph2PCH2CH2PPh2. F.Y. Pétillon, F. Robin-Le Guen, R. Rumin, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, K. W. Muir. J Organomet. Chem. 2006, 691, 2853-2858.

ACL 46 Mixed µ-phosphido or µ-thiolato µ-halo-dimolybdenum(III) compounds [Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)2(µ-X)(µ-Y)] (X = PPh2, Y = Cl; X = SCH3, Y = Br, I): electrochemical and structural comparisons. The X-ray structure of [{Mo2Cp2Br(µ-O)(µ-SMe)2}2(µ-MoO4)]. Christine Le Roy, François Y. Pétillon, Kenneth W. Muir, Philippe Schollhammer, Jean Talarmin.. J Organomet. Chem. 2006, 691, 898-906.

ACL 45 Methylation sites in tris(µ-thiolato)dimolybdenum (III) complexes. Nolwenn Cabon, François Y. Pétillon, Philippe Schollhammer, Jean Talarmin, Kenneth W. Muir. J Organomet. Chem. 2006, 691, 566-572.

2005

ACL 44 Transformations and agostic interactions of hydrocarbyl ligands bonded to the sulfur-rich dimolybdenum site {Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)3}: chemical and electrochemical formation of µ-alkyl and µ-vinyl compounds from a µ-alkylidene derivative. Nolwenn Cabon, Alan Le Goff, Christine Le Roy, François Y. Pétillon, Philippe Schollhammer, Jean Talarmin, John Mc Grady, Kenneth W. Muir. Organometallics, 2005, 24(25), 6268-6278.

ACL 43 Nucleophilic additions to various activated sites in [Mo2Cp2L2(µ-SMe)3]X (L= tBuNC, xylylNC, CO ; X = BF4, Cl): Factors governing the reaction. N. Cabon, P.Y Orain, F.Y. Pétillon, , P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir., J Organomet. Chem. 2005, 690/21-22 pp. 4583-4601.

ACL 42 Nitrate- and nitrite-assisted conversion of an acetonitrile ligand to an amidato bridge at the {Mo2(cp)2(µ-SMe)3} core. Electrochemistry of the amidato complex [Mo2(cp)2(µ-SMe)3(µ-1,1-OC(Me)NH)]+. M. Le Hénanf, C. Le Roy, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2005, 3875.
ACL 41 N-Heterocyclic Carbene Effects in Di-Iron Models of the All-Iron Hydrogenase Active Site, J-F. Capon, S. El Hassnaoui, F. Gloaguen, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Organometallics, 2005, 24, 2020.

ACL 40 Chemically modified electrode based on an organometallic model of the [FeFe] hydrogenase active center. V. Vijaikanth, J. -F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin. Electrochem. Com, 2005, 7, 427.

ACL 39 Catalysis of the electrochemical H2 evolution by di-iron sub-site models. J-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Coord. Chem. Rev., 2005, 249, 1676.

2004

ACL 38 Di-iron aza diphosphido complexes: mimics for the active site of Fe-only hydrogenase, and effects of changing the coordinating atoms of the bridging ligand in [Fe2{µ-(ECH2)2 NR}(CO)6]. P. Das, J-F. Capon, F. Gloaguen, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir, Inorg. Chem. 2004 (43) 8203-8205.

ACL 37 Reactivity of the halide and pseudohalide [Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)2(µ-X)(µ-Y)] (Cp=5-C5H5; X/Y = Cl/SMe, Cl/PPh2, Cl/Cl, SMe/PPh2) and nitrile [Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)4-n(CH3CN)2n]n+(n=1,2) complexes toward tetrahydroboride : formation of tetrahydroborato, hydrido or dimetallaborane compounds according to the ancillary ligands. N. Cabon, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir., Dalton Trans.., 2004, (17), 2708-2719

ACL 36 Electrochemical studies of complexes with oxo- or hydroxo-bridged {Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)3}+ centres: Cleavage of the oxygen bridge and generation of substrate-binding site, M. Le Henanf, C. Le Roy-Le Floch, K.W. Muir, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2004, (8), 1687-1700.

ACL 35 Electrochemical proton reduction by thiolate-bridged hexacarbonyl diiron clusters, J-F Capon, F. Gloaguen, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin. J. of Electroanalytical Chemistry, (2004), 566(2), 241-247.

2003

ACL 34 Unexpected coupling of Cp and two RNC ligands at a [Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)3].nucleus. N. Cabon, E. Paugam, F. Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. Organometallics, 2003, 21, 4178.

ACL 33 Incorporation of alkyne and vinylidene ligands into tetrazolate groups at a sulfur-rich dimolybdenum site using sodium azide. P. Schollhammer, N. Cabon, A-C. Kervella, F.Y. Pétillon, R. Rumin, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. Inorg. Chim. Acta ‘N° thématique en l’honneur de P Braunstein’, 2003, 350, 495.

2002

ACL32 Electrochemical cleavage of the N-N bonds at a Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)3 site relevant to the biological reduction of dinitrogen at a bimetallic-sulfur centre. N. Le Grand, K. W. Muir, F.Y. Pétillon, C.J. Pickett, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin. Chem. Eur. J., 2002, 14, 3115.

ACL 31 µ-Alkylidyne and µ-Alkylidene Complexes from a Bridging side-on Vinylidene Sulfur-Rich Dimolybdenum Precursor. N. Cabon, P. Schollhammer, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. Organometallics, 2002, 21, 448.

ACL 30 Transformations of Hydrazines RNHNH2 (R = Me, Ph) at a Sulfur-Rich Bimetallic Site. Diazene-Diazenido-Isodiazene/Hydrazido(2-) Interconversions. P. Schollhammer, B. Didier, N. Le Grand, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir, S.J. Teat. Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 2002, 658.


2001

ACL 29 Acetonitrile hydration versus molybdenum oxidation at the sulfur rich bimetallic site {MoIII2Cp2(µ-SMe)3}+. Crystal structure of the µ-1-1-acetamidato complex [Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)3(µ-CH3CONH)]. P. Schollhammer, M. Le Henanf, C. Le Roy-Le Floch, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 2001, 1573.

ACL 28 Unexpected formation and crystal structure of the novel mixed oxo, chalcogen, thiolato bridged compounds [MoIV2Cp2(µ-O)(µ-S)(µ-SMe)2]. P. Schollhammer, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. J. Organomet Chem., 2001, 627, 67.

ACL 27 Transformation of terminal alkynes at the sulfur-rich bimetallic site {MoIII2Cp2(µ-SMe)3}+: Alkyne-vinylidene conversion; C-S and C-C couplings promoted by addition of insaturated susbtrates (RCCH, RNC, S=C=S). Crystal structure of µ-1-2-vinylidene, µ-1-2-acetylide and µ-1-3-vinyl-thio-ether compounds. P. Schollhammer, N. Cabon, J.F. Capon, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. Organometallics, 2001, 20, 1230.

ACL 26 Cis and trans- bis(1-phenyl-2,3,4,5-tetramethylphosphole)tetracarbonylmolybdenum(0) [Mo(CO)4(tmpPh)2]. Syntheses and structures. K.W. Muir, F.Y. Pétillon, R. Rumin, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin. J. Organomet Chem., 2001, 622, 297.

2000

ACL 25 Halogenation and alkylation at a MoIII2(µ-S) site. Crystal structure of the metal-sulfenylhalide complex [Mo2(5-C5Me5)2(µ-SMe)2(µ-SI)(CO)2]I5. P. Schollhammer, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir, H.K. Fun, K. Chinnakali. Inorg. Chem., 2000, 39, 5879.

ACL 24 Hydride transfer reactions in dimolybdenum compounds: a simple route to the novel µ-1-1-tetrahydroboride complex [Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)3(µ-BH4)] P. Schollhammer, N. Cabon, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. Chem. Commun., 2000, 2137.

ACL 23 Electrochemical reduction of a bridging imide: Generation of Ammonia at a dimolybdenum tris(µ-thiolate) site. J.Y Cabon, C. Le Roy, K.W. Muir, F.Y. Pétillon, F. Quentel, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin. Chem. Eur. J., 2000, 16, 3033.

1999

ACL 22 Generation of substrate-binding sites by electrochemical reduction of cis-[Fe2Cp2(µ-SMe)2(MeCN)(L)]2+ (L = CO or MeCN). Reactivity of the sites toward CO and tBuNC. Crystal structure of [Fe2Cp2(µ-SMe)2(CO)(MeCN)](BF4)2.CH2Cl2. P. Madec, K.W. Muir, F.Y. Pétillon, R. Rumin, Y. Scaon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 1999, 2371.

ACL 21 Novel µ-2:2 coordination of a thiophenium cation. J.F. Capon, P. Schollhammer, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. Organometallics, 1999, 18, 2055.

ACL 20 Electrochemical reduction of nitrogenous ligands at a conserved dinuclear methyl-sulfur site: cleavage of the N=N bond of phenyldiazene and reduction of an imide to NH3. F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. Inorg. Chem., 1999, 38, 1954.

ACL 19 A µ-1-azavinylidene complex: intramolecular condensation of two acetonitrile ligands at a dinuclear molybdenum (III) site. P. Schollhammer, M. Pichon, K.W. Muir, F.Y. Pétillon, R. Pichon, J. Talarmin. Eur. J. Inorg. Chem., 1999, 221.

ACL 18 The effect of replacing carbonyl by acetonitrile on the reactivity of the bimetallic system [Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)3L2]+ (L =CO, CH3CN). Crystal structure of [Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)2(CH3CN)4](BF4)2. P. Schollhammer, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. Inorg. Chim. Acta, 1999, 284, 107.

1998

ACL 17 Dinuclear molybdenum thiolato-bridged compounds: syntheses, reactivities and electrochemical studies of site-substrate interactions. F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. Coord. Chem. Rev., 1998, 178-180, 203.

ACL 16 1  2 rearrangement and protonation of phenyldiazo bridging ligands attached to the dimolybdenum system {Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)3}. P. Schollhammer, E. Guénin , F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir, D.S. Yufit, Organometallics, 1998, 17, 1922.

ACL 15 A dimolybdenum (III) azido compound : Its decomposition into amido and nitrido derivatives. Crystal structure of [Mo3(O)(N)Cp3(SMe)4]. P. Schollhammer, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir., J. Organomet. Chem., 1998, 560, 245.

1997

ACL 14 Reactions of di- and poly-nuclear complexes. XVII. Isolation and reactivity of µ-oxo dinuclear molybdenum (IV) thiolato-bridged complexes containing terminal and bridging chloride or bromide groups [(-C5Me5)MoX]2(µ-X)(µ-O)(µ-SMe) (X = Cl, Br); crystal structure of [(-C5Me5)MoBr]2(µ-Br)(µ-O)(µ-SMe)]. S. Poder-Guillou, P. Schollhammer, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir, P. Baguley. Inorg. Chim. Acta, 1997, 257, 153.

ACL 13 Substitution reactions in dinuclear molybdenum (III) thiolato-complexes induced by isocyanato ligands.P. Schollhammer, S. Poder-Guillou, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin. Inorg. Chim. Acta, 1997, 261, 117.

ACL 12 Reactions of dinuclear and polynuclear complexes. 18. Substitution reactions of a µ-chloro or a µ-thiolato ligand in the dinuclear cyclopentadienyl molybdenum (III) complex [Cp2Mo2(µ-Cl)(µ-SMe)3]. Crystal structure of [Cp2Mo2(µ-SCH2CH2SH)(µ-SMe)3].0.5CH2Cl2. P. Schollhammer, E. Guénin, S. Poder-Guillou, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir, P. Baguley. J. Organomet. Chem., 1997, 539, 193.

ACL 11 Electrochemical oxidation and protonation of a bridging amide ligand at a dinuclear metal-sulfur site. F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 1997, 4019.

ACL 10 Influence of the C5R5 (R = H, Me) ring substituents on the electrochemistry of {Mo2(C5R5)2(µ-SR’)2} complexes (R’ = Me, Ph) and on the reactivity of electrogenerated intermediates with unsaturated substrates. F.Y. Pétillon, S. Poder-Guillou, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin. New. J. Chem., 1997, 21, 477.

1996

ACL 9 Electrochemical S-C bond cleavage in dimolybdenum thiolate/thioether and bis(thioether)-bridged complexes. M.L. Abasq, F.Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin. New. J. Chem., 1996, 20, 1221.

ACL 8 Electrochemical deprotection of a substrate binding site in [Mo2Cp2(µ-SMe)3(µ-Cl)] via chloride-bridge opening. Kinetics of MeCN and tBuNC Binding at this site. F. Barrière, Y. Le Mest, F.Y. Pétillon, S. Poder-Guillou, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin.. J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 1996, 3967.

ACL 7 Disproportionation of hydrazine by [Mo2Cp2(µ-Cl)(µ-SMe)3] and formation of an Mo2(µ-NH2) amido bridge. P. Schollhammer, F.Y. Pétillon, S.Poder-Guillou, J.Y. Saillard, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. Chem. Commun.,1996, 2633.

ACL 6 Reactions of dinuclear and polynuclear complexes XVI. Chemistry of hydrido, thiolato-bridged complexes [Mo2Cp2(µ-H)(µ-SR)(CO)4] (R = Me, Ph) : reactivity and electrochemical behaviour. Crystal structure of [Mo2Cp2(µ-SPh){µ-:2-C(CH3)=CHCH3}(CO)2]. P. Schollhammer, F. Y. Pétillon, S. Poder-Guillou, J. Talarmin, K. W. Muir, D. S. Yuffit. J. Organomet. Chem., 1996, 513, 181.

ACL 5 Reactions of dinuclear and polynuclear complexes.XV. Reinvestigation of the reaction between [CpMo(CO)3H], allyl chloride and dimethyldisulfide: crystal structure of [(C5H5) Mo(CO)(µ-SMe)3Mo(CO)2(µ-SMe)Mo(CO)2(C5H5)]. S.Poder-Guillou, P. Schollhammer, F.Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, S. E. Girdwood, K.W.Muir. J. Organomet. Chem., 1996, 506, 321.

ACL 4 cis-(benzenethiolato) bis (tert-butylisocyanide) carbonyl (cyclopentadienyl) molybdenum (II), [Mo(C6H5S) (C5H9N)2(C5H5)(CO)].L.C.McDermott, K.W.Muir, F.Y. Pétillon, S. Poder-Guillou, P. Schollhammer. Acta Cryst., 1996, C 52, 74.

1995

ACL 3 Reactions of di- and polynuclear complexes.XIV. Synthesis of permethylated cyclopentadienyl chalcogeno-bridged compounds: a route to the stable thiolatosulfidocarbonyl dimolybdenum (III) complex [Cp*2Mo2(CO)2(µ-SMe)2(µ-S)]. Crystal structure determination of [Cp*2Mo2(CO)2(µ-SMe)2(µ-SH)][BF4]. P. Schollhammer, F.Y. Pétillon, R. Pichon, S. Poder-Guillou, J. Talarmin, K. W. Muir, L. Manojlovic-Muir. Organometallics, 1995, 14, 2277.

ACL 2 Reactions of di- and polynuclear complexes.XIII. Synthesis, structure and fluxional behaviour of hydrido and thiolato or selenato-bridged complexes [Mo2Cp2(µ-H)(µ-ER)(CO)4] (E = S, R = Me, tBu, Bz or Ph; E = Se, R = Ph). P. Schollhammer, F. Y. Pétillon, R. Pichon, S. Poder-Guillou, J. Talarmin, K. W. Muir, S. E. Girdwood. J. Organomet. Chem., 1995, 486, 183.

1991

ACL 1 Reactions of di- and polynuclear complexes.VIII. Ligand substitution in [V2Cp2(CO)4(µ-SMe)2] by isocyanides or trimethyl phosphite. Synthesis, spectroscopic characterisation of the mono- and di-substituted derivatives. Electrochemical behaviour of the parent complex. F. Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin. J. Organomet. Chem., 1991, 441, 159.


• Conférences, congrès et colloques à communication

Conférences Invitées (INV)


INV 11. ‘Design of electrocatalysts bioinspired by the active site of [Fe-Fe] hydrogenases’, IMéRA workshop ‘Bioinorganic and theoretical chemistry, in relation to energy and environment’,
P. Schollhammer
IMéRA, Université Aix Marseille, Marseille, 3-7 avril 2014.

INV 10 'Advances and perspectives in bioinspired organometallic chemistry related to the active site of [Fe-Fe] hydrogenases', ‘Modern trends in organometallic chemistry and catalysis’, International Symposium dedicated to 90th anniversary of Mark Vol'pin, INEOS RAS, Moscou (Russia), June 3-7, 2013.

INV 9 ‘Bioinspired organometallic chemistry related to the active site of [FeFe] Hydrogenases’, 5ème Journées Franco-Catalanes de Chimie Moléculaire, LEA-LTPMM, Toulouse, LCC, 24-25 Janvier 2013.

INV 8 ‘Molécules modèles des sites actifs d’hydrogénases : une chimie bioinspirée en vue du développement de technologies alternatives pour l’énergie’, SFR ScInBioS, Brest, 18 janvier 2013

INV 7 ‘Advances and perspectives in bioinspired organometallic molecules related to the active site of [FeFe] hydrogenases’, P Schollhammer, GECOM-CONCOORD, Métabief, 03-08 juin 2012

INV 6 Avancées et perspectives dans les études de complexes organométalliques du fer inspirés des sites actifs des hydrogénases, Réunion GDR PROBBE-Carry Le Rouet, 28 nov-1er déc 2011

INV 5 Diiron Organometallic chemistry related to the active site of [FeFe] Hydrogenase, France-Japan Coordination Chemistry Symposium, Rennes, France, 26 juin-2 juillet 2011 (Symposium Lecture).

INV 4 ‘Organometallic diiron complex chemistry related to the [2Fe]H subsite of [FeFe]H2ase’, International Symposium on Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis, RENACOM 2009, Tetouan (Morocco) 29-30 avril 2009

INV 3 ‘Organometallic models of active site in [Fe-Fe] hydrogenases’ , Indo-French IFCPAR workshop on ‘Biohydrogen: from Basic Concepts to Technology’, Mussoorie, Uttrakand, India, 6-8 novembre 2008 (keynote adress).

INV 2 Activation of Unsaturated Molecules by Dinuclear Molybdenum Thiolato Bridged Fragments, ‘Lecture Session’ Invité, 8th FIGIPAS Meeting in Inorganic Chemistry, 6-9 Juillet 2005, Athènes, Grèce.

INV 1 Molécules mimétiques des sites actifs d’hydro-génases. Conférence invitée, Ecole thématique du CNRS : « Production d’hydrogène par des procédés biologiques ou biomimétiques », Cargèse, 31 mai – 4 juin, 2004.

Séminaires (SEM)

SEM 8 ‘Complexes dinucléaires du fer, modeles du site actif des hydrogénases [Fe-Fe]’, Séminaires de l’UMR CNRS 6521, 29 novembre 2012

SEM 7 ‘ Bioinspired organometallic chemistry related to the active site of [FeFe] hydrogenases’.
University of Jena, Department of Inorganic Chemistry, Jena (Allemagne), 24 octobre 2012.

SEM 6 Diiron chemistry related to the active site of hydrogenase,
University of Stellenbosch, Department of Chemistry, Stellenbosch (Afrique du Sud) 7 décembre 2011.

SEM 5 Chimie de complexes organométalliques du fer inspirés du site actif des hydrogénases [FeFe], INSAT,Tunis (Tunisie) 30 septembre 2010.

SEM 4 Chimie de complexes organométalliques du fer inspirés du site actif des hydrogénases [FeFe], ICMR, Reims, 26 novembre 2009.

SEM 3 Chemistry of organometallic diiron molecules related to the active site of [FeFe] hydrogenase", University of Milano-Bicocca, Department of Biotechnology and Bioscience, Milan (Italie), 19 novembre 2009.

SEM 2 Chimie de complexes organométalliques du fer inspirés du site actif des hydrogénases [FeFe], ICMUB, Dijon, 23 octobre 2009.

SEM 1 Apport de systèmes bimétalliques cyclopentadiényle du molybdène à environnement soufré pour l'activation moléculaire, Univ. de Rennes 1, 20 juin 2003

Communications orales en congrès (COM)

COM 6 ‘Modèles organométalliques difer du site actif des hydrogènases à fer seul : 2005-2008’, Réunion GDR BioH2-La Londe les Maures , 14-17 Octobre 2008

COM 5 ’Nouveaux aspects concernant la protonation de systèmes di-fer dithiolato-pontés’, Réunion GDR BioH2-Aussois 7-9 juin 2006
COM 4 Transformation de molécules azotées par des systemes thio-bimétalliques du molybdène. Congrès SFC 1997, Bordeaux, 7-12 septembre 1997.

COM 3 Composés bimétalliques diazénido, diazène et hydrazido du molybdène (III) Journées annuelles de la Division de Chimie de Coordination de la S.F.C., Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie, Paris, 11-12 décembre 1996.

COM 2 Activation de substrats azotés par un complexe dinucléaire thiolato-ponté du molybdène (III) : accès à des espèces thiopolymétalliques azotées. Concoord-Gecom, Toulouse-Aspet, 19-23 mai 1996.

COM 1 Réactivité du complexe dinucléaire du molybdène (III) [Mo2Cp2(µ-Cl)(µ-SMe)3]. Coordination de substrats insaturés et activation de molécules azotées. Journées annuelles de la Division de Chimie de Coordination de la S.F.C., Versailles, 13-14 décembre 1995.

Actes de congrès (ACT)

ACT 1 Stabilisation of molybdenum thiolate complexes by bridging nitrogen ligands. L. Manojlovic-Muir, K.W. Muir, P. Schollhammer, F.Y. Pétillon. Acta Cryst., 1999, A52, C-303.

Communication par affiche en congrès (AFF)

AFF 6 Possible relevance of dimolybdenum tris-thiolato bridged site to biological reduction of dinitrogen at a multimetallic, F. Y. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, ISBOMC’02, First International Symposium on Bioorganometallic Chemistry, Ecole Nationale Supérieure de Chimie, Paris, 18-20 juillet 2002-Paris- France.

AFF 5 Hydride transfer reactions in dimolybdenum compounds: a simple route to a rare but stable -1:1-tetrahydroboride complex. P. Schollhammer, N. Cabon, F. Y. Pétillon, J. Talarmin, K. W. Muir. EURO-HYDRIDE 2000, Dijon, 6-9 septembre 2000.

AFF 4 Bimetallic Molybdenum Complexes for Molecular Activation. J.F. Capon, F.Y Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. 5th FGIPS, Toulouse, 26-31 Octobre 1999.

AFF 3 Influence de la substitution des groupements cyclopentadiényle par des ligands pentaméthylcyclopentadiényle sur le comportement électrochimique du complexe {[Mo2Cp*2(CO)3(MeCN)(µ-SMe)2](BF4)2}. S. Poder-Guillou, F. Pétillon, P. Schollhammer, J. Talarmin. Congrès S.F.C., Section Bretagne-Pays de Loire, Dourdy,30 juin-1er juillet 1994.

AFF 2 Influence de la substitution des groupements cyclopentadiényle par des ligands pentaméthylcyclopentadiényle sur la réactivité du complexe [Mo2Cp'2(CO)4] (Cp' = C5H5, C5Me5) vis à vis des dialkyldisulfures : synthèse du complexe [{Mo2Cp*2(CO) 2(µ-SMe) 2}(µ-S)], étude de sa réactivité vis à vis de réactifs électrophiles et étude du comportement électrochimique des dérivés [Mo2Cp*2(CO) 2(µ-SMe) 2(µ-SR)]X (R = H, Me). F. Darrieux, S. Poder-Guillou, P. Schollhammer, F. Pétillon, R. Pichon, J. Talarmin, K.W. Muir. Congrès S.F.C., Section Bretagne-Pays de Loire, Dourdy, 30 juin-1 er juillet 1994.

AFF 1 Synthèse et réactivité des complexes hydruro-thiolato et sélénato pontés du molybdène [Mo2Cp2(CO)4(µ-H)(µ-ER)] (ER = SMe, St-Bu, SBz, SPh et SePh). Etude de leurs propriétés fluxionnelles et de leur comportement électrochimique. S. Cadic, S. Poder-Guillou, P. Schollhammer , F. Pétillon, R. Pichon, J. Talarmin, K. W. Muir, S. E. Girdwood. Congrès S.F.C., Section Bretagne-Pays de Loire, Dourdy, 30 juin-1er juillet 1994.

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