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Special Issue "Oligonuclear Metal Complexes with Schiff Base Ligands"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 April 2020.
Dipartimento di Scienze Chimiche e Geologiche, Università degli Studi di Modena e Reggio Emilia, 41125 Modena, Italy
Interests: coordination chemistry; electronic modulation; structure-property correlation studies; Schiff base ligands; magnetic properties
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The well-known and heterogeneous class of Schiff base ligands, named in this way after Hugo Schiff’s discoveries in the 19th century, has been developed in all fields for a very long time, and there are innumerous examples of metal complexes, ranging from mono- to oligo-nuclear and polymeric systems, and incorporating both transition metals and rare earth ions.
Nevertheless, new compounds with interesting properties and promising applications as new materials appear every day in the literature, which highlights the fact that the research with Schiff bases is still strongly active and very productive. Ranging from new synthesis to the rediscovery of known compounds, metal complexes with polydentate Schiff base ligands can be very attractive for their spectroscopic, magnetic, optical and biological properties, as well as for their reactivity and applications as efficient catalysts.
This Special Issue of the prestigious International Journal of Molecular Sciences in the Section ‘Physical Chemistry and Chemical Physics’ aims to collect original research papers as well as focused reviews in order to showcase the undiscovered potentials of oligonuclear Schiff base metal complexes and the study of their chemico-physical features from both the experimental and the theoretical points of view.
Dr. Luca Rigamonti
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- Polydentate Schiff bases
- Transition metals
- Oligonuclear complexes
- Coordination compounds
- Spectroscopic properties
- Molecular structure
- Supramolecular assembly
- Physical properties
- Theoretical calculations