Encyclopedia of Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry

Encyclopedia of Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry

Online ISBN: 9781119951438

DOI: 10.1002/9781119951438

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  1. Bioinorganic Chemistry
  2. Catalysis
  3. Computational Methods
  4. Energy Chemistry
  5. Environmental Chemistry
  6. General Principles
  7. Green Chemistry and Sustainability
  8. Inorganic and Coordination Chemistry
  9. Lanthanides and Actinides
  10. Main Group Elements
    1. Alkali Metals: Inorganic Chemistry
    2. Alkali Metals: Organometallic Chemistry
    3. Alkalides
    4. Alkaline Earth Metals: Inorganic Chemistry
    5. Alkaline Earth Metals: Organometallic Chemistry
    6. Allotrope
    7. Alumina
    8. Aluminum: Inorganic Chemistry
    9. Aluminum: Organometallic Chemistry
    10. Amide (Amido) Complexes
    11. Antiaromatic Compound
    12. Antimony: Inorganic Chemistry
    13. Antimony: Organometallic Chemistry
    14. Arachno Cluster
    15. Arbuzov Rearrangement
    16. Arsenic: Inorganic Chemistry
    17. Arsenic: Organoarsenic Chemistry
    18. Arsine & As-Donor Ligands
    19. Beryllium & Magnesium: Organometallic Chemistry
    20. Beryllium: Inorganic Chemistry
    21. Binary Compounds
    22. Biomimetic Synthesis of Nanoparticles
    23. Biomineralization
    24. Bismuth: Inorganic Chemistry
    25. Bond Lengths in Inorganic Solids & Liquids
    26. Bonding Energetics of Organometallic Compounds
    27. Borates: Solid-State Chemistry
    28. Borazine
    29. Borides: Solid-State Chemistry
    30. Boron Hydrides and Nanostructured Boron Materials
    31. Boron–Nitrogen Compounds
    32. Boron: Inorganic Chemistry
    33. Boron: Metallacarbaboranes
    34. Boron: Metalloboranes
    35. Boron: Organoboranes
    36. Boron: Polyhedral Carboranes
    37. Borosilicate Glass
    38. Buckminsterfullerene
    39. Cadmium: Coordination Chemistry
    40. Cadmium: Inorganic Chemistry
    41. Cadmium: Organometallic Chemistry
    42. Calcium-Binding Proteins
    43. Calixarenes
    44. Carbides: Transition-Metal Solid-State Chemistry
    45. Carbon–Carbon & Carbon–Heteroatom Activation
    46. Carbon: Inorganic Chemistry
    47. Carbon: Nanotubes
    48. Carborane
    49. Catenation
    50. Cation–π Interactions
    51. Cation-Activated Enzymes
    52. Ceramic Material
    53. Ceramics
    54. Cesium: Global Ocean Distribution
    55. Cesium: Radionuclide
    56. Chalcogenides: Solid-State Chemistry
    57. Chalcogens
    58. Chalcophiles
    59. Chlorine, Bromine, Iodine, & Astatine: Inorganic Chemistry
    60. Chlorine: Radionuclides
    61. Closo Cluster
    62. Cluster
    63. Cluster Compounds: Inorganometallic Compounds Containing Transition Metal & Main Group Elements
    64. Collman's Reagent
    65. Compound Semiconductor
    66. Computational Methods: Heteropolyoxoanions
    67. Computational Methods: Transition Metal Clusters
    68. Computational Studies: Boranes
    69. Copper Enzymes in Denitrification
    70. Corands
    71. Crown Ethers
    72. Cryptands & Cryptates
    73. Deltahedron
    74. Dielectric Polarizabilities of Oxides & Fluorides
    75. Dioxygen & Related Ligands
    76. Dithiocarbamate
    77. Dithiolenes
    78. Donor Level
    79. Electronic Structure of Main-Group Compounds
    80. Electronic Structure of Metal—Metal Bonds
    81. Fluorides: Solid-State Chemistry
    82. Fluorine: Inorganic Chemistry
    83. Gallium and Indium Compounds in Homogeneous Catalysis
    84. Gallium: Inorganic Chemistry
    85. Gallium: Organometallic Chemistry
    86. Germanium: Inorganic Chemistry
    87. Germanium: Organometallic Chemistry
    88. Grignard Reagents
    89. Group 14 Multiple Bonding
    90. Halides: Solid-State Chemistry
    91. Hall–Herault Process
    92. Hydrazides
    93. Hydride Complexes of the Transition Metals
    94. Hydrides: Solid State Transition Metal Complexes
    95. Hydroboration
    96. Hydroboration Catalysis
    97. Hydrodesulfurization & Hydrodenitrogenation
    98. Hydrogen Bonding
    99. Hydrogen Bonding & Dihydrogen Bonding
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      Hydrogen Economy
    101. Hydrogen: Inorganic Chemistry
    102. Hydrogenation & Isomerization of Alkenes
    103. Hydronium Ion
    104. Hydrosilation
    105. Hydrosilation Catalysis
    106. Hypervalent Compounds
    107. Imide Complexes
    108. Indium: Inorganic Chemistry
    109. Indium: Organometallic Chemistry
    110. Indium: Radionuclides
    111. Inert Pair Effect
    112. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Ionic Liquids
    113. Inorganic Ring Systems
    114. Interrelationships between the Lightest Metals
    115. Iodine: Radionuclides
    116. Ion Channels and Ionophores
    117. Iron–Sulfur Models of Protein Active Sites
    118. Iron–Sulfur Proteins
    119. Iron: Heme Proteins & Dioxygen Transport & Storage
    120. Iron: Heme Proteins, Mono- & Dioxygenases
    121. Lead: Inorganic Chemistry
    122. Lead: Organometallic Chemistry
    123. Lead: Radionuclides
    124. Lime
    125. Low Coordinated Group 13 Chelates
    126. Low Oxidation State Chemistry
    127. Low-Oxidation-State Main Group Compounds
    128. Main Group Carbenes
    129. Main Group Elements
    130. Main Group: Multiple Bonding
    131. Mercury: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
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      Mercury: Organometallic Chemistry
    133. Metal Ion Toxicity
    134. Metal-Based Drugs
    135. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Aluminium-Based Frameworks
    136. Metallic Materials Deposition: Metal-Organic Precursors
    137. N-Heterocyclic Carbene
    138. Nido Cluster
    139. Nitrides: Transition Metal Solid-State Chemistry
    140. Nitrogen Monoxide (Nitric Oxide): Bioinorganic Chemistry
    141. Nitrogen: Inorganic Chemistry
    142. Noble Gas Compounds: Reliable Computational Methods
    143. Noble Gases: Inorganic Chemistry
    144. Nutritional Aspects of Metals and Trace Elements
    145. Occurrence and Production of Aluminum
    146. Occurrence and Production of Beryllium
    147. Occurrence of Magnesia Minerals and Production of Magnesium Chemicals and Metal
    148. Octet Rule
    149. Oligomer
    150. Oligomerization & Polymerization by Homogeneous Catalysis
    151. Organic Synthesis using Organometallic Reagents of Group 1, 2, 11, & 12 Metals
    152. Organoelement Chemistry
    153. Oxide Catalysts in Solid-State Chemistry
    154. Oxygen: Inorganic Chemistry
    155. Ozone & Ozone Layer
    156. Peroxo Complexes
    157. Phosphates: Solid-State Chemistry
    158. Phosphazenes
    159. Phosphides: Solid-State Chemistry
    160. Phosphorus–Nitrogen Compounds
    161. Phosphorus: Inorganic Chemistry
    162. Phosphorus: Organophosphorus Chemistry
    163. Phosphorus: Radionuclides
    164. Pnictide
    165. Podandocoronands
    166. Podands
    167. Polonium: Inorganic Chemistry
    168. Polonium: Organometallic Chemistry
    169. Polonium: Radionuclides
    170. Polyhydride
    171. Polyoxometalates
    172. Polyphosphazenes
    173. Polysiloxanes & Polysilanes
    174. Porous Inorganic Materials
    175. Potassium: Radonuclides
    176. Processing and Applications of Transparent Ceramics
    177. Pseudohalide
    178. Radium: Radionuclides
    179. Radon: Radionuclides
    180. Red Lead
    181. Resource Sustainability
    182. Scandium, Yttrium and the Lanthanides: Applications
    183. Scandium, Yttrium & the Lanthanides: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    184. Scandium, Yttrium & The Lanthanides: Organometallic Chemistry
    185. Selenium Proteins Containing Selenocysteine
    186. Selenium: Inorganic Chemistry
    187. Selenium: Organoselenium Chemistry
    188. Selenium: Radionuclides
    189. Semicarbazide
    190. Semiconductor Interfaces
    191. You have free access to this content
      Semiconductor Nanocrystal Quantum Dots
    192. Semiconductors
    193. Semimetal
    194. Silica
    195. Silicon-Based Nanoparticles for Biosensing and Biomedical Applications
    196. Silicon: Inorganic Chemistry
    197. Silicon: Organosilicon Chemistry
    198. Skeletal Bonding Electrons
    199. Sol–Gel Encapsulation of Metal and Semiconductor Nanocrystals
    200. Sol–Gel Synthesis of Solids
    201. Spherands
    202. Spirocyclic Compound
    203. Status as Strategic Metals
    204. Strontium: Radionuclides
    205. Subvalent Compounds
    206. Sulfur–Nitrogen Compounds
    207. Sulfur: Inorganic Chemistry
    208. Sulfur: Organic Polysulfanes
    209. Sulfur: Radionuclides
    210. Tellurium: Inorganic Chemistry
    211. Tellurium: Organic and Organometallic Compounds
    212. Thallium: Inorganic Chemistry
    213. Thallium: Organometallic Chemistry
    214. Thallium: Radionuclides
    215. Theoretical Aspects of Main Group Multiple Bonded Systems
    216. Thiocarbonyl
    217. Thiometalates
    218. Thionitrosyl
    219. Thiourea
    220. Tin: Inorganic Chemistry
    221. Tin: Organometallic Chemistry
    222. Topotactic
    223. Tris(pyrazolyl)borates
    224. Tritium: Radionuclide
    225. Wittig Reagent
    226. Xenon: Radionuclides
    227. Ylide
    228. Zeolites
    229. Zinc Enzymes
    230. Zinc: DNA-Binding Proteins
    231. Zinc: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    232. Zinc: Organometallic Chemistry
    233. Zintl Border
    234. Zintl Compounds
  11. Medicinal Inorganic Chemistry
  12. Metalloproteins
  13. Nuclear Chemistry and Radionuclides
  14. Organometallic Chemistry
  15. Physical Methods
  16. Solid-State, Materials, and Nanomaterials
  17. Toxicology
  18. Transition Metals

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