Special Issue "Organophosphorus Chemistry 2016"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (1 December 2016)
Dr. Lee J. Higham
Organophosphorus chemistry continues to delight and inspire its many advocates, with the breadth of the subject stretching from fundamental studies into gaining an understanding of the bonding and reactivity of phosphorus compounds, all the way through to the myriad of important applications in a range of fields, including catalysis, agricultural control, biomedicine, and materials science. The range of oxidation states and coordination number in these compounds provides the creative phosphorus chemist with a diverse palette of structural type to investigate, which includes many significant classes, such as the phosphine oxides, phosphonates, phosphoranes, phosphonium salts, chiral phosphines, and the exotic phosphaalkynes/phosphalkenes, in addition to the upsurge of interest in the activation of elemental phosphorus itself. Fascinating breakthroughs continue to be made in all these areas and more, and this Special Issue seeks to highlight some of the most recent and exciting developments.
Dr. Lee J. Higham
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- Low Coordinate Phosphorus Compounds
- Chiral Phosphines
- Elemental Phosphorus
- Phosphorus-based Materials