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1 Introduction Selenium- and tellurium-containing analogues of urea and its N -substituted derivatives have received increasing attention in the last few decades. These heavy chalcogenoureas (HCUs) have been investigated in many areas from fundamental structural and coordination chemistry to applications in material science [ 1 , 2 ], medicine [ 3 ], and biochemistry [ 4 , 5 , 6 ]. A large number of compounds fall into this distinction, and this chapter will focus in particular on cyclic seleno- and telluroureas, which are formally chalcogen derivatives of

Coordination Chemistry 25–30 July 2010, Adelaide, Australia The 39th International Conference on Coordination Chemistry (ICCC39) will bring together the world’s leading coordination chemists to showcase the latest developments in this field. Topics from fundamental coordination chemistry will be combined with chemistry topics that specifically address the pressing concerns of the 21st century (such as energy, environmental, and medicinal chemistry) to give comprehensive coverage in parallel streams. There will be a full range of plenary, keynote, and contributed

_ Coordination Chemistry 9–13 September 2012, Valencia, Spain The 40 International Conference on Coordination Chemistry (ICCC40) will be held 9–13 September 2012 at the Congress Palace in Valencia, Spain. ICCC is the longest-running conference series in the field of coordination chemistry. It started in 1950 and has now become a premiere venue for discussion of the latest developments in this area of chemistry. The ICCC is coming back to Europe for the first time since 2002 (the most recent editions took place in Heidelberg, Germany, 2002

_ Conference Call | Reports from recent conferences and symposia  See also www.iupac.org/symposia _ Coordination Chemistry by Franc Meyer, translated from German to English by Katja Heinze From 21-26 July 2002, the International Conference on Coordination Chemistry (ICCC) took place in Heidelberg, Germany. More than 1100 chemists from 57 nations traveled to the scientific metropolis at the Neckar river to report on and discuss the latest progress in coordination chemistry in 223 lectures and 768 poster presentations. Since 1950, the ICCC, which usually

_ Coordination Chemistry by Klaus R. Koch The 37th International Coordination Chemistry Conference (37th ICCC) was held 13–18 August 2006 at the new, centrally located Cape Town International Convention Centre in Cape Town, South Africa. This was indeed a historic occasion in the scientific development of coordination chemistry in South Africa, as it represents the first time in the more than 50-year history of the ICCC series that such an important event was hosted on African soil. This event was the culmination of an 18-year bidding process, which started at

Z. Phys. Chem. 223 (2009) 53–74 . DOI 10.1524.zpch.2009.6024 © by Oldenbourg Wissenschaftsverlag, München Surface-Confined Coordination Chemistry with Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines: Aspects of Formation, Electronic Structure, and Reactivity By J. Michael Gottfried* and Hubertus Marbach Department Chemie und Pharmazie, Lehrstuhl für Physikalische Chemie II, Universität Erlangen-Nürnberg, Egerlandstraße 3, 91058 Erlangen, Germany Dedicated to Prof. Dr. Klaus Christmann on the occasion of his 65th birthday (Received September 25, 2008; accepted October 2, 2008

. Fig. 2 Alfred Werner and his research group in 1911. Acknowledgement: Nachlass Alfred Werner, Zentralbibliothek der Universität Zürich. Fig. 3 Some of the vessels (including platinum crucibles) used for synthesis in Werner’s laboratory. We thank Professor Roger Alberto for his assistance with this photograph. In this article, we focus on the impact of Werner’s ideas and discoveries in metal coordination chemistry on modern medicinal inorganic chemistry. This review does not aim to be comprehensive and is restricted largely to examples of precious metal coordination

Neuauflage entscheiden, was in Anbetracht der auBerordentlich wertvollen wissenschaftlichen Informationen sehr zu wiinschen ware, so könnte diesem Mangel bestimmt abgeholfen werden. Durch die vielen Anwendungsbeispiele fiir die Stoffreini- gung und -trennung wird der Leser auf neue Einsatzmöglichkeiten von Membranprozes- sen aufmerksam gemacht. P. Kölsch, Berlin A. F. Williams, C. Floriani, A. E. Merbach (Eds.): Perspectives in Coordination Chemistry, published jointly by Verlag Helvetica Chimica Acta, Basel (Switzerland), ISBN 3-906390- 02-0 (VHCA, Basel); VCH

Pure &Appl. Chem., Vol. 67, No. 2, pp. 319-322, 1995. Printed in Great Britain. (0 1995 IUPAC Coordination chemistry in electrocatalysis Chunnian Shi, Beat Steiger and Fred C. Anson Division of Chemistry and Chemical Engineering California Institute of Technology, Pasadena CA 91125 USA Abstract: Superior electrocatalysts for the reduction of 0 2 by four- electrons in one step have been prepared by coordinating ammine complexes of Ru(II) to the pyridine ligand sites in cobalt tetrakis(4- pyridyl) porphyrin. At least three coordinated Ru(I1) centers

Pure&App/. Chem.,Vol.60, No.8, pp. 1133-1140,1988. Printed in Great Britain. @ 1988 IUPAC Coordination chemistry of graphite M.E.Vol'pin and Yu.N.Novikov Institute of Organo-element Compounds Academie of Sciences of the USSR, Moscow, USSR Abstract - The aromatic system of graphite is capable to form complexes with transition metals, The paper summarise the me- thods of preparation and catalytic properties of graphite compounds with iron, cobalt, nickel, molybdenum, palladium and other metals. The investigation by different physical me- thods including