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Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry, Fifteen Volume Set is the market-leading resource covering all areas of this critical sub-discipline of chemistry. Divided into 15 clear sections, it provides expert coverage of the synthesis, structures, bonding and reactivity of all organometallic compounds, including the mechanisms of the reactions. Applications of organometallic chemistry, such as the role of these compounds as reagents and catalysts for organometallic transformations, and their participation in bioorganometallic chemistry, is then covered. This is a vibrant area, as illustrated by the fact that the 2001, 2005 and 2010 Nobel prizes in Chemistry are all concerned with organometallic chemistry. This new edition will therefore again provide an invaluable and efficient learning resource for all researchers and educators looking for up-to-date analysis of a particular aspect of organometallic chemistry.
Comprehensive – CHEC IV will offer a comprehensive review of current heterocycles research and critical insight into the future direction of the field with an emphasis on useful and reliable synthesis and reactions, negating the need for individual searches in the primary literature and across various databases
Reputation – The 4th edition will match the impressive reputation of the previous editions as the go-to foundational reference in heterocyclic chemistry
Clearly structured - Meticulously organized, articles are split into 15 sections on key topics and clearly cross-referenced to allow students, researchers and professionals to find relevant information quickly and easily
Interdisciplinary - chapters written by academics and practitioners from various fields and regions will ensure that the knowledge within is easily understood by and applicable to a large audience
Teachers, research chemists, students, postgrads and chemists working in the fields of inorganic, organic and organometallic chemistry, including materials, organic synthesis, polymer science, and catalysis. Researchers in industries that rely on organometallic chemistry, such as the pharmaceutical industry and the polyolefin industry. Researchers in the biomedical chemistry community
Section 1. Fundamentals Section 2. Groups 1, 2 and 11 to 15 Section 3. Groups 3 to 4 and the f elements Section 4. Groups 5 to 7 Section 5. Groups 8 to 10 Section 6. Applications I. Main group compounds in organic synthesis, including macromolecules Section 7. Applications II. d- and f-block metal complexes in organic synthesis Section 8. Applications III. Materials science, nanoscience, polymer science and surface chemistry Section 9. Applications IV. Bio-organometallics, metallo-therapy, metallo-diagnostics, medicine and environmental chemistry Section 10. Groups 14 and 15, Frustrated Lewis Pairs Section 11. Applications I. Main Group Compounds in Organic Synthesis Section 12. Applications II. d- and f-Block Metal Complexes in Organic Synthesis - part 1 Section 13. Applications II. d- and f-Block Metal Complexes in Organic Synthesis - part 2 Section 14. Applications III. Materials Science, Nanoscience, Polymer Science and Surface Chemistry Section 15. Applications IV. Bio-Organometallics, Metallo-Therapy, Metallo-Diagnostics, Medicine and Environmental Chemistry
No. of pages: 9358
Published: August 11, 2022
Hardback ISBN: 9780128202067
eBook ISBN: 9780323913508
Professor Gerard (Ged) Parkin joined the faculty of Columbia University as Assistant Professor in 1988 and was promoted to Associate Professor and then to Professor. He served as Chairman of the Department from 1999 – 2002 and has served as Chair of the New York Section of the American Chemical Society, Chair of the Inorganic Chemistry and Catalytic Science Section of the New York Academy of Sciences, Chair of the Organometallic Subdivision of the American Chemical Society Division of Inorganic Chemistry, and Chair of the Gordon Research Conference in Organometallic Chemistry. He is an elected Fellow of both the Royal Society of Chemistry and the American Chemical Society. He’s also a Science Advisor on the Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon. His principal research interests are in the areas of synthetic, structural, and mechanistic inorganic chemistry.
Affiliations and expertise
Columbia University, New York, NY, USA
Prof. Dr. Karsten Meyer studied chemistry at the Ruhr-University of Bochum, Germany, and received his Diploma in May 1995. Starting in summer 1995, he performed his PhD thesis work under the direction of Professor Karl Wieghardt at the Max-Planck-Institute in Mülheim / Ruhr (Germany) and received his Ph. D. (Dr. rer. nat, summa cum laude) in January 1998. With a DFG postdoctoral fellowship, Karsten proceeded to gain research experience in the laboratory of Professor Christopher Cummins at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1998 – 2000, MIT, Cambridge, MA, USA). In January 2001, he was appointed to the faculty of the University of California, San Diego (UCSD) as an Assistant Professor and was named an Alfred P. Sloan Fellow in 2004. In 2006 he accepted an offer (C4/W3) to be the Chair of the Institute of Inorganic & General Chemistry at the Friedrich-Alexander-University of Erlangen-Nürnberg (FAU), Germany.
Affiliations and expertise
University of Erlangen-Nuremberg, Erlangen, Germany
Professor O’Hare was appointed to a permanent position and a Septcentenary Tutorial Fellowship at Balliol College, Oxford University in 1990. In 1996 he was named as one of the top 50 leading scientists under 40 in Europe by the Institüt de France, Académie des Sciences, and was awarded the Sir Edward Frankland Fellowship by the Royal Society of Chemistry in 1996/97, and became Professor in 1998. In 2012, Dermot was instrumental in creating the SCG-Oxford Centre of Excellence for Chemistry (CoE) on which he serves as the Director. In 2016 he was awarded the RSC Tilden for his creative work on the synthesis, reactivity and advanced characterisation of molecular inorganic compounds and materials spanning organometallic chemistry to framework and layered materials. His interests include exploratory synthetic organometallic chemistry, intercalation chemistry, time-resolved, in situ diffraction studies and the synthesis of meso- and microporous solids.