Coordination Chemistry

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Wiley, May 5, 2008 - Science - 600 pages
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Suitable for graduate students, master courses and postdocs, this is the first textbook to discuss the whole range of contemporary coordination chemistry. It has been thoroughly reviewed by leading textbook authors, and the concept already proven by the successful Spanish edition.
After an introduction, the book covers in a clearly ordered manner structure and bonding, supramolecular coordination chemistry, electronic properties and electron transfer.
Set to become the standard for years to come.

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About the author (2008)

Joan Ribas is Professor at the department of Inorganic Chemistry of the University of Barcelona. For more than 30 years, he has taught General, Inorganic and Coordination Chemistry. The research field he focused on is the study of coordination compounds, mainly as it concerns the synthesis and characterization of polynuclear species of transition-metal ions with interesting magnetic properties (relevant to the area of molecular magnetism). Professor Ribas is author of more than 300 papers in international journals, all of them related to Coordination Chemistry.

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