A Closer Look at Coordination Complexes

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Sandeep Kaur-Ghumaan, PhD (Editor) – Associate Professor, University of Delhi, India

Series: Chemistry Research and Applications
BISAC: SCI013030
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/ENZL4915

Coordination chemistry plays an important role in the designing of inorganic metal complexes, materials, organo-synthesis, biological systems and catalysis. In A Closer Look at Coordination Complexes, novel and evolving developments in the field have been described. The book includes chapters on the synthesis of coordination compounds using different ligand combinations (Schiff base ligands, phosphines, thiolates, ligands with N- and S-donors and so on), biological relevance and catalytic applications of the reported metal complexes. Different aspects of metal complexes, viz. structural and coordination properties of the ligands and complexes and applications viz., asymmetric organic transformations, potential anticancer agents, antibacterial-antioxidant-antifungal properties, alkenes epoxidation, olefins polymerization, nitrogen reduction, hydrogen evolution and oxidation and mercury poisoning treatment reviewed by the authors have been delineated in the eight chapters of the book.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Tripodal Ligands as Powerful Platforms for Designing New Catalysts
(Rahul Kumar Singh, Shilpi Misra and Amrendra Kumar Singh – Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology Indore, Indore, India)

Chapter 2. Salen, Salalen and Salan Metal Complex Catalysed Asymmetric Organic Transformations
(Pooja Chaudhary, Geeta Devi Yadav and Surendra Singh – Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi, Delhi, India)

Chapter 3. Catalytic Applications and Biological Significance of Coordination Complexes Incorporating Schiff Bases
(Anita Choudhary, Priyanka Ghanghas, Dinesh Kumar and Kavita Poonia – Department of Chemistry, Banasthali Vidyapith, Tonk, India, et al.)

Chapter 4. 1,1-Dithio Ligand-Based Copper(II) Complexes with Potential Biological Applications
(Vinay Kumar Singh, Rajiv R. Srivastava, Sadia Ilyas and Hyunjung Kim – Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, The Maharaja Sayajirao University of Baroda, Vadodara, Gujarat, India, et al.)

Chapter 5. Advances in Transition Metal Catalyzed Olefin Polymerization
(Anurag Mishra, Sangeetha Karthikeyan and Virendra Kumar Gupta – Reliance Research and Development Center, Reliance Industries Limited, Navi Mumbai, India)

Chapter 6. Synthetic Outer Coordination Sphere: A Key Feature for Designing Enzyme-Inspired H2 Production Catalysts
(Dependu Dolui, Santanu Ghorai, Srewashi Das and Arnab Dutta – Chemistry Department, Indian Institute of Technology Bombay, Powai, Maharashtra, India)

Chapter 7. Hydrogenase Biomimetics as Catalysts for the Hydrogen Oxidation Reaction (HOR)
(Tashika Agarwal, Vishakha Kaim, Naveen Kumar, and Sandeep Kaur- Ghumaan – Department of Chemistry, University of Delhi, Delhi, India)

Chapter 8. Activation of Mercury-C Bond by N-Heterocyclic-Based Thiones and Selones: A Structural Overview
(Ramesh Karri, Rakesh Kumar Rai, and Gouriprasanna Roy – Department of Chemistry, Indian Institute of Technology Tirupati, Tirupati, India)

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