By C.G. Screttas, B.R. Steele
The most recent ends up in parts of curiosity to organometallic chemists are provided during this selection of papers from a July 2002 convention. unique advancements are reviewed within the synthesis of major team, transition steel, and lanthanide organometallics, functions to homogeneous catalysis, structural and theoretical reviews, and enantioselective approaches. a few particular issues contain new titanium imido chemistry with polydentate N-donor ligands, and synthesis and reactivities of multinuclear sulfur-bridged steel complexes. The ebook is sent within the US by means of Springer Verlag.
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