Progress in Inorganic Chemistry, Volume 42 (Hardcover)

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Progress in Inorganic Chemistry, Volume 42 By Kenneth D. Karlin (Editor) Cover Image
By Kenneth D. Karlin (Editor)


Cutting-edge research and innovative science

PROGRESS in Inorganic Chemistry

Hailed by professional chemists as an index of the most influentialand current research being done in inorganic chemistry, Progress inInorganic Chemistry has also enjoyed the reputation as anindispensable working reference. Featuring the work ofinternationally renowned chemists, this newest volume provides aclear, authoritative examination of each critically new advance andinnovative tremor in inorganic chemistry today.

"This series is a valuable addition to the library of thepracticing research chemist, and is a good starting point forstudents wishing to understand modern inorganic chemistry."--Canadian Chemical News

" This series] has won a deservedly honored place on the bookshelfof the chemist attempting to keep afloat in the torrent of originalpapers on inorganic chemistry." --Chemistry in Britain

* Slow Proton-Transfer Reactions in Organometallic and BioinorganicChemistry (K. W. Kramarz and J. R. Norton, Colorado StateUniversity)
* Higher Oligopyridines as a Structural Motif inMetallosupramolecular Chemistry (Edwin C. Constable, UniversitatBasel)
* Ternary Transition Metal Sulfides (Bryan W. Eichhorn, Universityof Maryland)
* Organoimido Complexes of the Transition Metals (David E. Wigley, University of Arizona)
* Palladium Complex Catalyzed Oxidation Reactions (Andreas Heumann, Klaus-Joachim Jens, and Marius Reglier, Universite d'Aix-Marseille)

About the Author

KENNETH D. KARLIN is Professor of Chemistry at Johns Hopkins University. He received his PhD from Columbia University.
Product Details
ISBN: 9780471046936
ISBN-10: 0471046930
Publisher: Wiley-Interscience
Publication Date: December 13th, 1994
Pages: 606
Language: English
Series: Progress in Inorganic Chemistry