Non-covalent Catalysts

A special issue of Catalysts (ISSN 2073-4344). This special issue belongs to the section "Computational Catalysis".

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Interests: quantum and computational chemistry; inorganic and coordination chemistry; organometallic chemistry; organic chemistry; catalysis; non-covalent interactions; machine learning and artificial intelligence in chemistry
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Dear Colleagues,

The elementary stages of chemical reactions (including catalytic ones) are caused by such weak inter- and intramolecular contacts as hydrogen, halogen, chalcogen, tetrel bonds as well as stacking (and other pi-system involved) interactions.

The aim of this Special Issue in the Catalysts, entitled “Non-covalent catalysts”, is to address the most recent progress in the rapidly growing field of non-covalent interactions in catalysis. Both experimental and theoretical studies, fundamental and applied research and any forms of manuscripts (for example, reviews, mini-reviews, full papers, short communications, technical notes, and highlights) are welcome for consideration. This Special Issue will address the following bullet-point topics: experimental studies of non-covalent interactions in catalysis; theoretical modeling of supramolecular systems in catalytic processes; application of machine learning and artificial intelligence in studies of non-covalent interactions in catalysis; development of catalysts via non-covalent interactions; databases of non-covalent catalysts; analytical techniques for detection of non-covalent interactions in complex chemical systems. We welcome researchers to contribute their research to our Special Issue.

Dr. Alexander Novikov
Guest Editor

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Keywords

  • catalysts
  • non-covalent interactions
  • supramolecular systems
  • coordination chemistry
  • organometallic chemistry
  • machine learning
  • artificial intelligence
  • computer modeling

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Non-Covalent Catalysts
by Alexander S. Novikov
Catalysts 2023, 13(2), 339; https://doi.org/10.3390/catal13020339 - 3 Feb 2023
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The elementary stages of chemical reactions (including catalytic ones) are caused by such weak inter- and intramolecular contacts as hydrogen, halogen, chalcogen, and tetrel bonds as well as stacking (and other π-system-involved) interactions [...] Full article
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