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Iron complexes are one of the most promising catalysts for carbon-carbon coupling reactions due to their relatively low cost, widespread availability as well as lower toxicity. Many researches have been successfully done to develop efficient protocols for the cross-coupling reactions of organomagnesium reagents with various substrates mediated by iron catalysts to generate a wide spectrum of important organic compounds. This review covers significant developments in iron catalyzed cross-coupling reactions over the past ten years.doi:10.25135/acg.oc.184.108.40.2066 fatcat:dlnrjzmszrfxhnrzva4njn3ruy