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This chapter provides a non-critical overview of research advances involving the elements of Groups 1 and 2 during the calendar year 2009. As was the case in previous years, coverage will concentrate upon topics centred around the synthesis, structures and applications of coordination compounds...
This report reviews the literature published during 2009 that dealt with the chemistry of carbon, silicon, germanium, tin and lead.
This Chapter reviews the 2009 literature regarding the Group 16 elements, with an emphasis on the synthesis of new metal clusters, heterocycles, reactivity trends and materials properties.
This chapter reviews the literature reported during 2009 on copper, focusing on biologically relevant and coordination chemistry of copper.
This article reviews the literature reported during 2009 on gold and silver coordination and organometallic chemistry, focusing on synthetic applications, photophysical properties, biochemical studies as well as compounds with unique structural features. Gold and silver nanomaterials,...
This chapter reviews the literature published during 2009 reporting macrocyclic coordination chemistry. The focus is on complexes formed with transition metal and lanthanide ions (porphyrin ligands and supramolecular chemistry are not covered). The intention is to summarise trends in macrocyclic...
This chapter reviews the 2009 literature on new compounds and structures in the solid state.
This chapter reviews the literature reported in 2009 on the homogeneous reactions of inorganic species in solution, excluding the reactions of p -block elements.
As with previous reports on recent progress in Radiochemistry, this year's review will consider radiochemical methods in isotope production, advances in labelling procedures, radioactive isotopes in the environment and miscellaneous topics of radiochemical interest, but radiation chemistry,...
This review summarises the literature reported in 2009 on the photophysical properties of metal complexes and their polynuclear supramolecular assemblies.
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