Coordination Chemistry and Organometallic Chemistry

Coordination refers to the "coordinate covalent bonds" (dipolar bonds) between the ligands and the central atom. In coordination chemistry, a structure is first described by its coordination number, the number of ligands attached to the metal (more specifically, the number of donor atoms). Usually one can count the ligands attached, but sometimes even the counting can become ambiguous.

Organometallic chemistry is the study of chemical compounds that are widely used both stoichiometrically in research and industrial chemical reactions. Organometallic compounds are often used as homogeneous catalysts.  It is very important for the synthesis of complex molecules from simple starting materials. 

  • Organometallics compounds and Reactions
  • Catalysis with organometallic complexes
  • Organic ligands
  • Surface and solution coordination chemistry
  • Advancements in coordination chemistry
  • Computational and Theoretical Coordination Chemistry
  • Coordination Chemistry for Biomedical Imaging

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