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Special Issue "Synthesis and Applications of Transition Metal Complexes"
A special issue of Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049). This special issue belongs to the section "Inorganic Chemistry".
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 July 2023 | Viewed by 12632
Special Issue Editors
Interests: organotransition metal complexes; catalysis; small-molecule activation; titanium; ruthenium
Interests: first-row late-transition metal complexes; hydrofunctionalization; manganese; iron; cobalt
Special Issue Information
Transition metal complexes have some of the most challenging, diverse, and interesting chemistry known. Consequently, they possess a wide array of applications, from medicinal to functional materials, but it is in homogeneous catalysis that transition metal complexes thrive. Transition metal complexes make critical organic chemistry reactions like hydrogenation, polymerization, etc. possible and render them more selective, faster, and more sustainable, thus hugely increasing their potential and value.
The Synthesis and Applications of Transition Metal Complexes therefore is a dynamic and important area of research that fully justifies a Special Issue. The goal of this Issue is to gather a collection of manuscripts that report the synthesis and characterization of such compounds and highlights their importance in one or several applications that answer modern challenges.
Dr. Maria João Ferreira
Dr. Tiago F.C. Cruz
Manuscript Submission Information
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- coordination/organometallic complexes
- transition metals
- inorganic chemistry
- homogeneous catalysis
- medicinal chemistry