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Coordination Chemistry and Metal Complexes
Submission Deadline: June 30, 2020 (Closed) Submit Now
Maxim L. Kuznetsov, PhD, Dr. Habil.
Centro de Química Estrutural, Instituto Superior Técnico, Universidade de Lisboa, Av. Rovisco Pais, 1049-001, Lisbon, Portugal
Research Interests: computational chemistry; coordination chemistry; molecular catalysis; oxidation of hydrocarbons; activation of small molecules; reaction mechanism; chemical bond nature; cycloaddition; nitriles; non-covalent interactions
About This Topic
The first recorded scientific observation of an inorganic coordination compound (complex ion [Cu(NH3]4]2+) was made by Andreas Libavius in 1597. However, modern coordination chemistry starts its history from the seminal works of Alfred Werner who formulated theory of coordination compounds used in our days. Since that time, coordination chemistry has transformed into one of the most fundamental fields among the chemical sciences. Metal complexes – the primary subjects of coordination chemistry – represent a vast group of chemical species with extremely broad application in all fields of chemistry and chemical industry including but not limiting by pharmacology, catalysis, and new materials with valuable properties.
The Special Issue “Coordination Chemistry and Metal Complexes” will cover all aspects related to these research field and type of compounds. The previously unpublished manuscripts reporting experimental and/or theoretical studies on the synthesis, characterization, application of coordination compounds, reaction mechanisms, and the development of new synthetic methods and strategies involving or leading to metal complexes are welcome.
In addition, papers in our special issue allow open access, retained copyright, through rigorous peer-review, free of charge and fast publication if it is officially accepted.
Title: Fluxionality of Coordination Compounds: New Theoretical Developments
Authors: Rubik Asatryan and Eli Ruckenstein
Title: A Moving Water-Metal Ion Model for DNA Cleavage by S.aureus DNA Gyrase
Author: Ben Bax
Affiliation: Medicines Discovery Institute, Cardiff University, Main Building, Park Place, Cardiff, CF10 3AT, UK
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