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Feh (image viewer) feh is a lightweight image viewer aimed mainly at users of command line interfaces.
Iron(I) hydride This procedure also generates molecules that were thought to be FeH (ferric hydride) but were later assigned to an association of FeH and molecular hydrogen H.
Fructan beta-(2,1)-fructosidase Fructan beta-(2,1)-fructosidase (, "beta-(2-1)-D-fructan fructohydrolase", "beta-(2-1)fructan exohydrolase", "inulinase", "1-FEH II", "1-fructan exohydrolase", "1-FEH w1", "1-FEH w2", "beta-(2-1)-linkage-specific fructan-beta-fructosidase", "beta-(2,1)-D-fructan fructohydrolase") is an enzyme with systematic name "beta-(2->1)-D-fructan fructohydrolase". This enzyme catalyses the following chemical reaction
Iron(II) hydride Complexes can also contain FeH with hydrogen molecules as a ligand. Those with one or two molecules of hydrogen are unstable, but FeH(H) is stable and can be produced by the evaporation of iron into hydrogen gas.
Iron(I) hydride FeH is predicted to have a quartet and a sextet ground states.
Iron(I) hydride At very low temperatures (below 10 K), FeH may form a complex with molecular hydrogen FeH·H.
Iron(I) hydride Bands for FeH (and other hydrides of transition metals and alkaline earths) show up prominently in the emission spectra for M dwarfs and L dwarfs, the hottest kind of brown dwarf. For cooler T dwarfs, the bands for FeH do not appear, probably due to liquid iron clouds blocking the view of the atmosphere, and removing it from the gas phase of the atmosphere. For even cooler brown dwarfs (<1350 K), signals for FeH reappear, which is explained by the clouds having gaps.
Iron(I) hydride The explanation for the kind of stars that the FeH Wing-Ford band appears in, is that the temperature is around 3000 K and pressure is sufficient to have a large number of FeH molecules formed. Once the temperature reaches 4000 K as in a K dwarf the line is weaker due to more of the molecules being dissociated. In M giant red giants the gas pressure is too low for FeH to form.
Iron(II) hydride Although iron(II) hydride has received attention only recently, complexes containing the moiety have been known at least since 1931, when iron carbonyl hydride FeH(CO) was first synthesised. The most precisely characterised FeHL complex as of 2003 is FeH(CO)[P(OPh)].
Rick Freuler Dr. Richard "Rick" J. Freuler is a professor and coordinator of the Fundamentals of Engineering for Honors (FEH) program at the Ohio State University. He is also Associate Director of the Aeronautical-Astronautical Research Lab in the Aerospace Engineering Department. As the coordinator of FEH, he also teaches some of the classes.