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Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry III


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3rd Edition


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Umfassendes, interdisziplinäres Referenzwerk mit ausführlichen Beiträgen von internationalen Fachwissenschaftlern und -experten zur aktuellen Kernenergieforschung. Das Werk umfasst Themen wie die Erzeugung von sauberem Strom, die Verbesserung der medizinischen Diagnostik und Krebsbehandlung, die Steigerung der Ernteerträge, die Verbesserung der Haltbarkeit von Lebensmitteln und vor allem die Nutzung der Kernenergie als alternative Energiequelle, die sich als wesentlich für die Bewältigung der globalen Erwärmung erweist.
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Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry III

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Elsevier Science

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Comprehensive Coordination Chemistry III describes the fundamentals of metal-ligand interactions, provides an overview of the systematic chemistry of this class of compounds and details their importance in life processes, medicine, industry and materials science.

The metal-ligand interaction is the link between the award of the 1913 Nobel Prize in Chemistry to Alfred Werner, the father of Coordination Chemistry, the 1987 prize for supramolecular chemistry and the 2016 award for molecular machines. The key role of coordination chemistry in the assembly of hierarchical nano- and micro-dimensioned structures lies at the core of these applications and so this MRW bridges several sub-disciplines of chemistry, targeting a truly interdisciplinary audience.

This third edition is not just an update of the second edition, it includes a significant amount of brand new content. In the descriptive sections 3-6, the emphasis is upon material that has appeared in the primary and secondary review literature since the previous edition published in 2003 to ensure completeness. The material in the other sections is newly written and the emphasis is upon modern aspects of coordination chemistry and the latest developments in the field. Organometallic compounds were defined and covered in the previous two editions and so will not be a focus in this work.

Key Features

  • The go-to foundational resource covering all of coordination chemistry research and providing insights into future directions of the field
  • Written and edited by renowned academics and practitioners from various fields and regions this authoritative and interdisciplinary work is of interest to a large audience including coordination, supramolecular and molecular chemists
  • Content is clearly structured, organized and cross-referenced to allow students, researchers and professionals to find relevant information quickly and easily


Chemists, specifically advanced graduate students, scientists and researchers working with metal compounds and related fields, as well as industry practitioners and those working in governmental laboratories

Table of Contents

  • Section 1: Fundamentals: Ligands, Complexes, Synthesis and Structure
    • a. Historical Overview
    • b. Ligands
    • c. Synthesis and Characterization of Coordination Compounds
    • d. Reactions of Coordinated Ligands
    • e. Stereochemistry, Structure, and Crystal Engineering
    • f. New Synthetic Methods
    • g. Nomenclature
  • Section 2: Fundamentals: Characterization Methods, Theoretical Analysis, and Case Studies
  • Section 3: Main Group, Lanthanoid and Actinoid Metals
    • a. Group 1
    • b. Group 2
    • c. Section 3: Group 12
    • d. Section 4: Group 13
    • e. Section 5: Group 14
    • f. Section 6: Group 15
    • g. Section 7: Lanthanoids
    • h. Section 8: Actinoids
  • Section 4: Transition Metal Groups 3–6
  • Section 5: Transition Metal Groups 7 and 8
  • Section 6: Transition Metal Groups 9–11
  • Section 7: From the Molecular to the Nanoscale: Synthesis, Structure, and Properties
  • Section 8: Bio-coordination Chemistry
  • Section 9: Applications of Coordination Chemistry

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