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Advances made during the calendar year 2012 pertaining to the coordination-, organometallic- and inorganic-chemistry of the elements of Groups 1 and 2 are summarised in this non-critical review.
This report covers research published in 2012 that deals mainly with the chemistry of the elements of Group 14.
This chapter reviews the literature reported during 2012 on the chemistry of nitrogen, phosphorus, arsenic, antimony, and bismuth.
This chapter reviews the 2012 literature regarding the Group 16 elements, with an emphasis on new molecular and solid state structures, synthesis, reactivity, new materials and their properties.
This chapter reports on the literature published during 2012 concerning the elemental halogens and compounds containing these elements in their positive oxidation states. Its intent is to highlight discovery and provide insight into current research trends.
This chapter reviews the literature concerning the group 5 elements that has been reported during 2012. The syntheses of new coordination and organometallic compounds are summarised, in addition to a review of their applications in the areas of catalysis and biological/medicinal chemistry.
This chapter reviews the literature reported during 2012 on iron, ruthenium and osmium.
This report summarizes the literature from 2012 relevant to the chemistry of the group 10 transition elements. Novel coordination and organometallic compounds of these elements are presented and selected applications in the areas of catalysis, bioinorganic/medicinal chemistry are discussed.
This chapter reviews the literature reported during 2012 on gold and silver coordination and organometallic chemistry with a focus on synthesis and unique structures, photophysical properties, biochemical studies, and homogeneous catalysis. Nanomaterials, surface chemistry, and heterogeneous...
This chapter reviews the literature reported during 2012 on the group 12 elements Zn, Cd and Hg, focusing on the synthesis and reactivity of molecular species.
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