The question about iron oxalate has come up for Victoria and Dean.
I found the following article for several patrons:
"Doping of emeraldine base with the monovalent bridging iron oxalate ions and their transformation into nanostructured conducting polymer composites" in Acta Materialia
Victoria, who was able to log onto SciFinder (and knows how to search like no one's business) found something different:
Olmsted, John, III. Preparation and analysis of potassium tris(oxalato)ferrate(III) trihydrate: a general chemistry experiment. Journal of Chemical Education (1984), 61(12), 1098-9. CODEN: JCEDA8 ISSN:0021-9584. CAN 102:45133 AN 1985:45133 CAPLUS
This one too, but it was less helpful
Dallinger, Richard F. Synthesis and characterization of potassium tris(oxalato)ferrate(III) trihydrate: a spectrophotometric method of iron analysis. Journal of Chemical Education (1995), 72(10), 936. CODEN: JCEDA8 ISSN:0021-9584. CAN 123:313034 AN 1995:881184 CAPLUS
Other questions today have included
*Why is the photocopying machine only getting half a page?
*How do I search inside these journals?
*What does shelved by title mean?
*Do we have journal X (we share it now with OSU, but older copies are in Knight)
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