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Electron Transfer Reactions: Inorganic, Organometallic, and Biological Applications - Advances in Chemistry Series 253 (Hardback)
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Electron Transfer Reactions: Inorganic, Organometallic, and Biological Applications - Advances in Chemistry Series 253 (Hardback)

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Hardback 480 Pages / Published: 01/01/1997
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Begins with a historial overview by Henry Taube. Overviews the advances pioneered by Taube, including mechanisms of electron transfer reactions, charge transfer complexes, and pi back bonding effects in metal-ligand interactions. Discusses applications of principles of electron transfer to diverse areas of chemistry and biology such as the selective and controlled oxidation of organic functional groups, polymerization catalysis, metal biological interactions with DNA, biological electron transfer reactions, and new imaging agents in diagnostic medicine.

Publisher: American Chemical Society
ISBN: 9780841234567
Number of pages: 480
Weight: 741 g
Dimensions: 234 x 157 x 26 mm


MEDIA REVIEWS
"This collection of chapters was based upon a symposium entitled 'Taube Insights: From Electron Transfer Reactions to Modern Inorganic Chemistry' which was held at Stanford in March 1995, and organized by the editor of this monograph. Henry Taube is truly a giant of inorganic chemistry. This book is
dedicated to his life contributions to the field. It begins with two dedication articles highlighting Taube's work and insight, and then there follows a chapter by Henry Taube giving a quasi-historical view of the chemistry of ruthenium amines and the early discovery of dinitrogen complexes thereof.
23 further articles, written by Taube's students and collaborators, friends and colleagues, are sub-divided into organometallic chemistry, mechanistic inorganic chemistry, and metals in biology. A must-read book for connoisseurs of electron transfer inorganic chemistry."--Coordination Chemistry
Reviews
"The book includes a limited number of topics influenced by Taube's research. On his 80th anniversary, a symposium was organized at Stanford University to honor professor Taube and discuss the contributions brought by his pioneering work to electron transfer and mixed-valence chemistry, mechanistic
inorganic chemistry and photochemistry, organometallic chemistry and catalysis, electron transfer and the use of transition metal ions in biological systems. . . . In the first section of the book . . . the theory, mechanisms, and applications of Taube's work in inorganic synthesis, organic
oxidation, polymerization catalysis, zeolite matrices, and catalytic peroxide reactions are discussed. . . . In this book the authors highlight the influence of Taube ideas insights on theirresearch. His principles will continue to be the engine that generates new knowledge and opens new areas of
research and applications."--Cellulose Chemistry and Technology


"This collection of chapters was based upon a symposium entitled 'Taube Insights: From Electron Transfer Reactions to Modern Inorganic Chemistry' which was held at Stanford in March 1995, and organized by the editor of this monograph. Henry Taube is truly a giant of inorganic chemistry. This book is
dedicated to his life contributions to the field. It begins with two dedication articles highlighting Taube's work and insight, and then there follows a chapter by Henry Taube giving a quasi-historical view of the chemistry of ruthenium amines and the early discovery of dinitrogen complexes thereof.
23 further articles, written by Taube's students and collaborators, friends and colleagues, are sub-divided into organometallic chemistry, mechanistic inorganic chemistry, and metals in biology. A must-read book for connoisseurs of electron transfer inorganic chemistry."--Coordination Chemistry
Reviews
"The book includes a limited number of topics influenced by Taube's research. On his 80th anniversary, a symposium was organized at Stanford University to honor professor Taube and discuss the contributions brought by his pioneering work to electron transfer and mixed-valence chemistry, mechanistic
inorganic chemistry and photochemistry, organometallic chemistry and catalysis, electron transfer and the use of transition metal ions in biological systems. . . . In the first section of the book . . . the theory, mechanisms, and applications of Taube's work in inorganic synthesis, organic
oxidation, polymerization catalysis, zeolite matrices, and catalytic peroxide reactions are discussed. . . . In this book the authors highlight theinfluence of Taube ideas insights on their research. His principles will continue to be the engine that generates new knowledge and opens new areas of
research and applications."--Cellulose Chemistry and Technology

"This collection of chapters was based upon a symposium entitled 'Taube Insights: From Electron Transfer Reactions to Modern Inorganic Chemistry' which was held at Stanford in March 1995, and organized by the editor of this monograph. Henry Taube is truly a giant of inorganic chemistry. This book is dedicated to his life contributions to the field. It begins with two dedication articles highlighting Taube's work and insight, and then there follows a chapter by Henry Taube giving a quasi-historical view of the chemistry of ruthenium amines and the early discovery of dinitrogen complexes thereof. 23 further articles, written by Taube's students and collaborators, friends and colleagues, are sub-divided into organometallic chemistry, mechanistic inorganic chemistry, and metals in biology. A must-read book for connoisseurs of electron transfer inorganic chemistry."--Coordination Chemistry Reviews
"The book includes a limited number of topics influenced by Taube's research. On his 80th anniversary, a symposium was organized at Stanford University to honor professor Taube and discuss the contributions brought by his pioneering work to electron transfer and mixed-valence chemistry, mechanistic inorganic chemistry and photochemistry, organometallic chemistry and catalysis, electron transfer and the use of transition metal ions in biological systems. . . . In the first section of the book . . . the theory, mechanisms, and applications of Taube's work in inorganic synthesis, organic oxidation, polymerization catalysis, zeolite matrices, and catalytic peroxide reactions are discussed. . . . In this book the authors highlight the influence of Taube ideas insights on their research. Hisprinciples will continue to be the engine that generates new knowledge and opens new areas of research and applications."--Cellulose Chemistry and Technology


"This collection of chapters was based upon a symposium entitled 'Taube Insights: From Electron Transfer Reactions to Modern Inorganic Chemistry' which was held at Stanford in March 1995, and organized by the editor of this monograph. Henry Taube is truly a giant of inorganic chemistry. This book is dedicated to his life contributions to the field. It begins with two dedication articles highlighting Taube's work and insight, and then there follows a chapter by Henry Taube giving a quasi-historical view of the chemistry of ruthenium amines and the early discovery of dinitrogen complexes thereof. 23 further articles, written by Taube's students and collaborators, friends and colleagues, are sub-divided into organometallic chemistry, mechanistic inorganic chemistry, and metals in biology. A must-read book for connoisseurs of electron transfer inorganic chemistry."--Coordination Chemistry Reviews


"The book includes a limited number of topics influenced by Taube's research. On his 80th anniversary, a symposium was organized at Stanford University to honor professor Taube and discuss the contributions brought by his pioneering work to electron transfer and mixed-valence chemistry, mechanistic inorganic chemistry and photochemistry, organometallic chemistry and catalysis, electron transfer and the use of transition metal ions in biological systems. . . . In the first section of the book . . . the theory, mechanisms, and applications of Taube's work in inorganic synthesis, organic oxidation, polymerization catalysis, zeolite matrices, and catalytic peroxide reactions are discussed. . . . In this book the authors highlight the influence of Taube ideas insights on their research. His principles will continue to be the engine that generates new knowledge and opens new areas of research and applications."--Cellulose Chemistry and Technology


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