Special Issue "Recent Advances in Coordination Chemistry of Metal Complexes Based on Schiff Base Ligands: Structure-Property Relationships and Applications, 2nd Edition"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 25 December 2023 | Viewed by 235
Interests: halogen bonding; supramolecular chemistry; crystal engineering; coordination chemistry; 3d-4f complexes; luminescence; non-covalent interactions; structure-properties relationship; topological studies; X-ray crystallography
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Coordination chemistry of metal complexes based on Schiff base ligands is a broad research area in which many scientists from various disciplines cross paths. Starting from remarkable supramolecular architecture and interesting biological, luminescent, or magnetic properties, all the way up to sophisticated applications such as LED, organic solar cell sensitizers, functionalization of quantum dot nanocomposites, hydrogel or liquid crystal formation, and potential anti-COVID-19 activity, the topics that this field may cover are numerous.
This Special Issue entitled “Recent Advances in Coordination Chemistry of Metal Complexes Based on Schiff Base Ligands: Structure-Property Relationships and Applications, 2nd Edition” will serve as a platform for the exchange of experience and achievements in this field of science.
We encourage all scientists active in a wide range of disciplines to contribute to this Special Issue by presenting their up-to-date, interesting results, including data from fundamental research up to practical applications. We aim to highlight the most recent advances, challenges, and perspectives in this research area. Scientists are invited to contribute original papers or short reviews on their activity in the field.
Dr. Barbara Miroslaw
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- Schiff base
- coordination chemistry
- functional materials
- supramolecular chemistry
- metal complexes
- structure–property relationship