Special Issue "Chalcogen-Nitrogen Chemistry"
A special issue of Molecules (ISSN 1420-3049).
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (31 July 2013).
Sulfur-nitrogen heterocycles (and Se-N/Te-N systems) have been known for many years but continue to excite attention as a consequence of the exciting new systems which are being prepared sometimes by rather unpredictable routes. Apart from fundamental synthetic and mechanistic chemistry new S-N, organo S-N (and their heavier selenium and tellurium congeners) have great potential in new electronic and magnetic materials. The area encompasses synthesis, heterocycles, ionic materials, conductors, superconductors, new magnetic materials and utilises a wide range of computational and spectroscopic methods.
Prof. Dr. Derek Woollins
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