Special Issue "Chemistry and Symmetry/Asymmetry: Feature Papers 2023"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 31 January 2024 | Viewed by 152
Interests: P-heterocycles; aromatic phospholes; low-coordinated P-fragments; phosphine-transition metal complexes; phosphine-boranes
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“Chemistry and Symmetry/Asymmetry: Feature Papers 2023” is a Special Issue encompassing a broad range of topics in symmetry or asymmetry in chemistry. All kinds of symmetry-related problems in chemistry may be the subject of papers submitted to Symmetry. One of the most relevant fields includes optical activity that is the consequence of a kind of chirality center. New transition metal complex catalysts comprising optically active ligands, and the asymmetric reactions that they allow, are also of interest. Thus, all researchers are invited to contribute submissions focused on, but not limited to, the following necessary and emergent research topics in related areas: asymmetric syntheses; chiral catalysts and chiral P-ligands; X-ray structures; crystal structures; dynamic kinetic resolution; biocatalysts; molecular clusters; theoretical calculations on enantioselective reactions; quantum chemistry; coordination chemistry; and transition metal complexes.
Prof. Dr. György Keglevich
Manuscript Submission Information
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