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
  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
    1. Acceptor Level
    2. π-Acid Ligand
    3. Actinides: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    4. Actinides: Organometallic Chemistry
    5. Activated Complex
    6. Activation
    7. Activation Parameters
    8. Activation Volume
    9. Adamson's Rules
    10. Alkane Carbon–Hydrogen Bond Activation
    11. Analytical Chemistry of the Transition Elements
    12. Anisotropic 3D Colloidal Quantum Nanostructures
    13. Asymmetric Synthesis by Homogeneous Catalysis
    14. π-Base
    15. Boron: Metallacarbaboranes
    16. Calculation of Reduction Potential and pKa
    17. Carbene Complexes
    18. Carbides: Transition-Metal Solid-State Chemistry
    19. Carbonyl Complexes of the Transition Metals
    20. Carbonylation Processes by Homogeneous Catalysis
    21. Chalcogenides: Solid-State Chemistry
    22. Chauvin Mechanism
    23. Chimie Douce
    24. Chromium: Biological Relevance
    25. Chromium: Organometallic Chemistry
    26. Cluster Compounds: Inorganometallic Compounds Containing Transition Metal & Main Group Elements
    27. Cobalt: B12 Enzymes and Coenzymes
    28. Cobalt: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    29. Cobalt: Organometallic Chemistry
    30. Cobalt: Radionuclides
    31. Computational Methods: Transition Metal Clusters
    32. Copper Enzymes in Denitrification
    33. Copper Proteins with Dinuclear Active Sites
    34. Copper Proteins with Type 1 Sites
    35. Copper Proteins with Type 2 Sites
    36. Copper Proteins: Oxidases
    37. Copper: Hemocyanin/Tyrosinase Models
    38. Copper: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    39. Copper: Organometallic Chemistry
    40. Cyanide Complexes of the Transition Metals
    41. Cytochrome Oxidase
    42. Decarbonylation Catalysis
    43. Dihydrogen Complexes & Related Sigma Complexes
    44. Dinuclear
    45. Dinuclear Organometallic Cluster Complexes
    46. Dioxygen & Related Ligands
    47. Electron Transfer Reactions: Theory
    48. Electronic Structure Calculations: Metal Carbonyls
    49. Electronic Structure of Clusters
    50. Electronic Structure of Metal—Metal Bonds
    51. First Row Transition Metal Phosphides
    52. Fuel Cells: Molecular Catalysis
    53. Gold: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    54. Gold: Organometallic Chemistry
    55. Hemozoin: Crystal Engineering Survivability
    56. Heterogeneous Catalysis by Metals
    57. High-Spin & Low-Spin Compounds
    58. Hydride Complexes of the Transition Metals
    59. Hydrides: Solid State Transition Metal Complexes
    60. Hydroboration Catalysis
    61. Hydrocyanation by Homogeneous Catalysis
    62. Hydrodesulfurization & Hydrodenitrogenation
    63. Hydrogen Production from Water: Photocatalysis
    64. Hydrogenation & Isomerization of Alkenes
    65. Hydrosilation Catalysis
    66. Inner-Sphere Reaction
    67. Inorganic Nanomaterials Synthesis Using Ionic Liquids
    68. Inorganic Radiopharmaceuticals for Imaging and Therapy: Current Trends and Future Directions
    69. Inorganic Spintronic Materials
    70. Insertion
    71. Interchange Mechanism of Substitution
    72. Iridium: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    73. Iridium: Organometallic Chemistry
    74. Iron Porphyrin Chemistry
    75. Iron Proteins for Storage & Transport & Their Synthetic Analogs
    76. Iron Proteins with Mononuclear Active Sites
    77. Iron Transport: Siderophores
    78. Iron–Sulfur Models of Protein Active Sites
    79. Iron–Sulfur Proteins
    80. Iron: Heme Proteins & Dioxygen Transport & Storage
    81. Iron: Heme Proteins & Electron Transport
    82. Iron: Heme Proteins, Mono- & Dioxygenases
    83. Iron: Heme Proteins, Peroxidases, Catalases & Catalase-Peroxidases
    84. Iron: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    85. Iron: Models of Proteins with Dinuclear Active Sites
    86. Iron: Non-Heme Proteins with Diiron-Carboxylate Active Sites
    87. Iron: Organometallic Chemistry
    88. Ligand Field Theory & Spectra
    89. Long-Range Electron Transfer in Biology
    90. Luminescence Behavior & Photochemistry of Organotransition Metal Compounds
    91. Magnetic Oxides
    92. Magnetism of Extended Arrays in Inorganic Solids
    93. Magnetism of Transition Metal Ions
    94. Manganese: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    95. Manganese: Organometallic Chemistry
    96. Manganese: The Oxygen-Evolving Complex and Models
    97. Mechanisms of Reaction of Organometallic Complexes
    98. Metal Ion Toxicity
    99. Metal Nanoparticles, Synthesis of
    100. Metal Nanoparticles: Electronic Properties, Bioresponse, and Synthesis
    101. Metal Vapor Synthesis of Transition Metal Compounds
    102. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Adsorption of Hydrocarbons and Alcohols
    103. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Frameworks Containing Open Sites
    104. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Functional Magnetic Materials with Formate
    105. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Gas Storage
    106. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Host Photoreactive Properties
    107. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Postsynthetic Modification
    108. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Semiconducting Frameworks
    109. Metal-Based Drugs
    110. Metal-Based Imaging Agents
    111. Metal-Mediated Protein Modification
    112. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Coordination Polymer Nanoparticles and Macrostructures
    113. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Edible Frameworks
    114. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Aluminium-Based Frameworks
    115. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Application to Analytical Chemistry
    116. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Derived from Single Molecule Magnets
    117. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Electrochemical Properties
    118. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Fluorinated Frameworks
    119. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Frameworks in Mixed-Matrix Membranes
    120. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Harmful Gas Removal
    121. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Interpenetration and Entanglement
    122. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Materials Patterning
    123. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Mechanochemical Synthesis Strategies
    124. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Meso-Porous Frameworks
    125. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Metal-Uptake
    126. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Nanoscale Frameworks
    127. Metal-Organic Frameworks: NMR Studies of Quadrupolar Nuclei
    128. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Photoreactive Frameworks
    129. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Polyrotaxane Frameworks
    130. Metal–Organic Frameworks: Porphyrinic Frameworks
    131. Metal-Organic Frameworks: Single-Crystal-to-Single-Crystal Transformations
    132. Metal-Related Diseases of Genetic Origin
    133. Metallic Materials Deposition: Metal-Organic Precursors
    134. Metallocenter Biosynthesis & Assembly
    135. Metallochaperones & Metal Ion Homeostasis
    136. Metalloprotein Design and Engineering
    137. Metalloregulation
    138. Metallothioneins
    139. Metathesis Polymerization Processes by Homogeneous Catalysis
    140. Mixed Valence Compounds
    141. Mixed Valence Compounds, Classification
    142. Molybdenum: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    143. Molybdenum: MPT-Containing Enzymes
    144. Molybdenum: Organometallic Chemistry
    145. Mond Process
    146. Multi-Heme Cytochromes & Enzymes
    147. Nickel Enzymes & Cofactors
    148. Nickel: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    149. Nickel: Models of Protein Active Sites
    150. Nickel: Organometallic Chemistry
    151. Niobium & Tantalum: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    152. Niobium & Tantalum: Organometallic Chemistry
    153. Nitrides: Transition Metal Solid-State Chemistry
    154. Nitrogen Monoxide (Nitric Oxide): Bioinorganic Chemistry
    155. Nitrogenase Assembly and Catalysis
    156. Nitrogenase: Metal Cluster Models
    157. Normant Complexes
    158. Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Parameters of Transition Metal Complexes: Methods and Applications
    159. Nucleic Acid–Metal Ion Interactions
    160. Nutritional Aspects of Metals and Trace Elements
    161. Oligomerization & Polymerization by Homogeneous Catalysis
    162. Organic Synthesis Using Metal-Mediated Coupling Reactions
    163. Organic Synthesis Using Metal-Mediated Metathesis Reactions
    164. Organic Synthesis using Transition Metal Carbonyl Complexes
    165. Organic Synthesis Using Transition Metal Complexes Containing π-Bonded Ligands
    166. Osmium: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    167. Osmium: Organometallic Chemistry
    168. Oxidation Catalysis by Transition Metal Complexes
    169. Oxide Catalysts in Solid-State Chemistry
    170. Oxygen Production from Water: Molecular Catalysts
    171. Palladium: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    172. Palladium: Organometallic Chemistry
    173. Paramagnetic Organometallic Complexes
    174. Paramagnetism
    175. Peptide–Metal Interactions
    176. Perovskite Materials: Solar Cell and Optoelectronic Applications
    177. Phosphides: Solid-State Chemistry
    178. Photochemistry of Transition Metal Complexes
    179. Photochemistry of Transition Metal Complexes: Theory
    180. Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Transition Metal Systems
    181. Photosynthesis
    182. Platinum-Based Anticancer Drugs
    183. Platinum: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    184. Platinum: Organometallic Chemistry
    185. Polynuclear Organometallic Cluster Complexes
    186. Polyoxometalates
    187. Recent Advances in Single-Atom Catalysis
    188. Rhenium: Organometallic Chemistry
    189. Rhenium: Radionuclides
    190. Rhodium: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    191. Rhodium: Organometallic Chemistry
    192. Role of Mixed Metal Oxides in Heterogeneous Catalysis
    193. Ruthenium: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    194. Ruthenium: Organometallic Chemistry
    195. Scandium, Yttrium & the Lanthanides: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    196. Scandium, Yttrium & The Lanthanides: Organometallic Chemistry
    197. Self-Assembled Inorganic Architectures
    198. Silver: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    199. Silver: Organometallic Chemistry
    200. Sol–Gel Encapsulation of Metal and Semiconductor Nanocrystals
    201. Supported Organotransition Metal Compounds
    202. Symmetry and Steric Effects on Spin States in Transition Metal Complexes
    203. Technetium & Rhenium: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    204. Technetium: Organometallic Chemistry
    205. Technetium: Radionuclides
    206. Titanium Dioxide Nanomaterials
    207. Titanium: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    208. Titanium: Organometallic Chemistry
    209. Transition Metal Carbonyls: Infrared Spectra
    210. Transition Metals
    211. Tungsten Proteins
    212. Tungsten: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    213. Tungsten: Organometallic Chemistry
    214. Vanadium in Biology
    215. Vanadium: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    216. Vanadium: Organometallic Chemistry
    217. Zirconium & Hafnium: Inorganic & Coordination Chemistry
    218. Zirconium & Hafnium: Organometallic Chemistry

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