Boron in Catalysis and Materials Chemistry: A Themed Issue in Honor of Professor Todd B. Marder on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday
Kakkar, Ashok (editor)
Boron, a metalloid with rich chemistry, continues to offer a diverse platform in designing novel catalysts and materials for applications in a variety of areas. This book, while celebrating Professor Todd Marder’s contributions to boron chemistry, on the occasion of his 65th birthday in November 2020, highlights and brings into focus some of the important discoveries in this field, through state-of-the-art reviews and research articles
Keywords1,1,1-tri(boryl)alkanes; 1,2,3-tri(boryl)alkanes; 1,1,2-tri(boryl)alkanes; 1,1,2-tri(boryl)alkenes; synthetic approaches; synthetic applications; dicarbollide; ruthenium; metallodrug; kinase inhibitor; closo-o-carborane; nido-o-carborane; intramolecular charge transfer; deboronation; color change; boron; π-conjugated materials; opto-electronics; tetracoordinated; m-carborane; electrophilic substitution; coupling reaction; organic branches; Hirshfield Study; 1,4-bis(trimethylsilyl)-1,4-diaza-2,5-cyclohexadienes; salt-free reduction; rotational barrier; B=N bond; immobilization of antibodies; IL-10; magnetic nanoparticles; pre-concentration of antigens; saliva matrix; TNF-α; fluorosulfanyl group; fluorinated ligands; phosphines; rhodium; iridium; conjugated hydrocarbon; isoelectronic molecule; electronic structure; quantum chemistry; singlet-triplet gap; n/a
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2021
Technology: general issues