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This Chapter reviews the area of inorganic complexes in ionic liquids. It focuses primarily on the literature published during the calendar year 2007 but more generally it discusses the lack of information and the problems associated with collecting data in these solvents. The applications in...
This chapter reviews the literature reported in 2007 concerning the chemistry of the boron, and focuses on those articles and publications that have appeared in ‘high impact’ journals. Because of the breadth of research into the area of boron chemistry, boron is again handled separate from the...
This chapter provides a selective review of the literature for 2007 on the chemistry of the Group 9 elements.
The 2007 literature relating to the organometallic chemistry of bi- and poly-metallic complexes has been selectively reviewed.
This chapter reviews the 2007 literature on new compounds and structures in the solid state.
Polymers composed partially or entirely of inorganic elements in the main chain possess unique structures, properties and applications. This report summarizes the developments in the synthesis and study of macromolecules which incorporate main group and transition elements in the polymer backbone.
This article reviews the literature reported during 2007 on conducting solids including both ionic and electronic conductors. Particular emphasis is given to materials of relevance for Li ion battery and solid oxide fuel cell applications.
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