Straight from the frontier of scientific investigation ...PROGRESS in Inorganic Chemistry Nowhere is creative scientific talent busier than in the world of inorganic chemistry. And the respected Progress in Inorganic Chemistry series has long served as an exciting showcase for new research in this area. With contributions from internationally renowned chemists, this latest volume reports the most recent advances in the field, providing a fascinating window on the emerging state of the science. "This series is distinguished not only by its scope and breadth, but also by the depth and quality of the reviews." -Journal of the American Chemical Society. "[This series] has won a deservedly honored place on the bookshelf of the chemist attempting to keep afloat in the torrent of original papers on inorganic chemistry." -Chemistry in Britain.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME 47 Terminal Chalcogenido Complexes of the Transition Metals (Gerard Parkin, Columbia University) * Coordination Chemistry of Azacryptands (Jane Nelson, Vickie McKee, and Grace Morgan, The Queen's University, Northern Ireland) * Polyoxometallate Complexes in Organic Oxidation Chemistry (Ronny Neumann, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel) * Metal-Phosphonate Chemistry (Abraham Clearfield, Texas A&M University) * Oxidation of Hydrazine in Aqueous Solution (David M. Stanbury, Auburn University) * Metal Ion Reconstituted Hybrid Hemoglobins (B. Venkatesh, J. M. Rifkind, and P. T. Manoharan, Sophisticated Instrumentation Centre, IIT, Madras, India) * Three-Coordinate Complexes of "Hard" Ligands: Advances in Synthesis, Structure, and Reactivity (Christopher C. Cummins, Massachusetts Institute of Technology) * Metal-Carbohydrate Complexes in Solution (Jean-Francois Verchere and Stella Chapelle, Universite de Rouen, France; Feibo Xin and Debbie C. Crans, Colorado State University).
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Author Biography - Kenneth D. Karlin
KENNETH D. KARLIN is Professor of Chemistry at Johns Hopkins University. He received his PhD from Columbia University.