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  1. Excited-State Lifetime Modulation by Twisted and Tilted Molecular Design in Carbene-Metal-Amide Photoemitters
  2. Donor N‐Substitution as Design Principle for Fast and Blue Luminescence in Carbene‐Metal‐Amides
  3. Synthesis and photophysical properties of linear gold(i) complexes based on a CCC carbene
  4. Matrix‐Free Hyperfluorescent Organic Light‐Emitting Diodes Based on Carbene–Metal–Amides
  5. Influence of Heavy Atom Effect on the Photophysics of Coinage Metal Carbene‐Metal‐Amide Emitters
  6. Recent Advances in Gold(III) Chemistry: Structure, Bonding, Reactivity, and Role in Homogeneous Catalysis
  7. Mono- versus Bicyclic Carbene Metal Amide Photoemitters: Which Design Leads to the Best Performance?
  8. Carbene–Metal–Amide Polycrystalline Materials Feature Blue Shifted Energy yet Unchanged Kinetics of Emission
  9. Highly efficient blue organic light-emitting diodes based on carbene-metal-amides
  10. Mono- Versus Bicyclic Carbene Metal Amide Photoemitters: Which Design Leads to Best Performance?
  11. Mono- Versus Bicyclic Carbene Metal Amide Photoemitters: Which Design Leads to Best Performance?
  12. Hydride Transfer to Gold: Yes or No? Exploring the Unexpected Versatility of Au···H‐M Bonding in Heterobimetallic Dihydrides
  13. Do Gold(III) Complexes Form Hydrogen Bonds? An Exploration of Au III Dicarboranyl Chemistry
  14. Environmental Control of Triplet Emission in Donor–Bridge–Acceptor Organometallics
  15. H2 activation by zirconaziridinium ions: σ-bond metathesis versus frustrated Lewis pair reactivity
  16. Carbene metal amide photoemitters: tailoring conformationally flexible amides for full color range emissions including white-emitting OLED
  17. Zwitterionic Mixed-Carbene Coinage Metal Complexes: Synthesis, Structures, and Photophysical Studies
  18. Dendritic Carbene Metal Carbazole Complexes as Photoemitters for Fully Solution-Processed OLEDs
  19. Synthesis and Photophysical Properties of Au(III)–Ag(I) Aggregates
  20. Heterolytic bond activation at gold: evidence for gold(iii) H–B, H–Si complexes, H–H and H–C cleavage
  21. Synthesis of copper(i) cyclic (alkyl)(amino)carbene complexes with potentially bidentate N^N, N^S and S^S ligands for efficient white photoluminescence
  22. Mononuclear Silver Complexes for Efficient Solution and Vacuum-Processed OLEDs
  23. Ultrafast Structure and Dynamics in the Thermally Activated Delayed Fluorescence of a Carbene–Metal–Amide
  24. Frontispiece: Gold(III) Complexes for Antitumor Applications: An Overview
  25. Efficient Vacuum-Processed Light-Emitting Diodes Based on Carbene-Metal-Amides
  26. Thermally Stable Gold(III) Alkene and Alkyne Complexes: Synthesis, Structures, and Assessment of the trans -Influence on Gold-Ligand Bond Enthalpies
  27. Unlocking Structural Diversity in Gold(III) Hydrides: Unexpected Interplay of cis/trans-Influence on Stability, Insertion Chemistry, and NMR Chemical Shifts
  28. Gold(III) Complexes for Antitumor Applications: An Overview
  29. Reductive Elimination Leading to C−C Bond Formation in Gold(III) Complexes: A Mechanistic and Computational Study
  30. A Gold(III) Pincer Ligand Scaffold for the Synthesis of Binuclear and Bioconjugated Complexes: Synthesis and Anticancer Potential
  31. Radical-initiated alkene hydroauration as a route to gold(iii) alkyls: an experimental and computational study
  32. Correction: Highly photoluminescent copper carbene complexes based on prompt rather than delayed fluorescence
  33. Carbon–sulfur bond formation by reductive elimination of gold(iii) thiolates
  34. Acridine-decorated cyclometallated gold(iii) complexes: synthesis and anti-tumour investigations
  35. Cyclometallated Au(iii) dithiocarbamate complexes: synthesis, anticancer evaluation and mechanistic studies
  36. Isocyanide insertion into Au–H bonds: first gold iminoformyl complexes
  37. Gold(III) Alkyne Complexes: Bonding and Reaction Pathways
  38. Gold(III) Alkyne Complexes: Bonding and Reaction Pathways
  39. Synthesis, Structures, and Properties of Luminescent (C∧N∧C)gold(III) Alkyl Complexes: Correlation between Photoemission Energies and C–H Acidity
  40. Cytotoxicity of Pyrazine-Based Cyclometalated (C^Npz^C)Au(III) Carbene Complexes: Impact of the Nature of the Ancillary Ligand on the Biological Properties
  41. High-performance light-emitting diodes based on carbene-metal-amides
  42. Formation of Gold(III) Alkyls from Gold Alkoxide Complexes
  43. Copper and Gold Cyclic (Alkyl)(amino)carbene Complexes with Sub-Microsecond Photoemissions: Structure and Substituent Effects on Redox and Luminescent Properties
  44. Synthesis, structures and photoluminescence properties of silver complexes of cyclic (alkyl)(amino)carbenes
  45. Arene C–H activation by gold(iii): solvent-enabled proton shuttling, and observation of a pre-metallation Au–arene intermediate
  46. (C^Npz^C)AuIII complexes of acyclic carbene ligands: synthesis and anticancer properties
  47. Synthesis, structure and cytotoxicity of cyclic (alkyl)(amino) carbene and acyclic carbene complexes of group 11 metals
  48. Luminescent Gold(III) Thiolates: Supramolecular Interactions Trigger and Control Switchable Photoemissions from Bimolecular Excited States
  49. Stereo- and Regioselective Alkyne Hydrometallation with Gold(III) Hydrides
  50. Stereo- and Regioselective Alkyne Hydrometallation with Gold(III) Hydrides
  51. Photochemical Disproportionation of an Au II Pincer Complex: Synthesis and Structure of an Au I 4 Au III 4 Macrocycle
  52. Highly photoluminescent copper carbene complexes based on prompt rather than delayed fluorescence
  53. Gold(III)-CO and gold(III)-CO2 complexes and their role in the water-gas shift reaction
  54. Synthesis, C–N cleavage and photoluminescence of gold(III) isocyanide complexes
  55. Synthesis of Porphyrin–CdSe Quantum Dot Assemblies: Controlling Ligand Binding by Substituent Effects
  56. Toward Controlling the Metallocene/Methylaluminoxane-Catalyzed Olefin Polymerization Process by a Computational Approach
  57. Gold(I) and Gold(III) Complexes of Cyclic (Alkyl)(amino)carbenes
  58. Reactivity of Gold Hydrides: O 2 Insertion into the Au–H Bond
  59. Synthesis of Meso-Substituted Subphthalocyanine-Subporphyrin Hybrids: Boron Subtribenzodiazaporphyrins
  60. Synthesis of Meso-Substituted Subphthalocyanine-Subporphyrin Hybrids: Boron Subtribenzodiazaporphyrins
  61. Synthesis and luminescence modulation of pyrazine-based gold(iii) pincer complexes
  62. An element through the looking glass: exploring the Au–C, Au–H and Au–O energy landscape
  63. The 2014 Organometallics Symposium
  64. Formation of Octameric Methylaluminoxanes by Hydrolysis of Trimethylaluminum and the Mechanisms of Catalyst Activation in Single-Site α-Olefin Polymerization Catalysis
  65. Kinetic Analysis of the Immortal Ring-Opening Polymerization of Cyclic Esters: A Case Study with Tin(II) Catalysts
  66. Kinetic Analysis of the Living Ring-Opening Polymerisation ofL-Lactide with Tin(II) Initiators
  67. Gold peroxide complexes and the conversion of hydroperoxides into gold hydrides by successive oxygen-transfer reactions
  68. Probing the Structure of Methylalumoxane (MAO) by a Combined Chemical, Spectroscopic, Neutron Scattering, and Computational Approach
  69. Facile hydroboration with the dimethylsulfide adducts of mono- and bis-(pentafluorophenyl)borane
  70. Rapid evaluation of catalysts and MAO activators by kinetics: what controls polymer molecular weight and activity in metallocene/MAO catalysts?
  71. Electrochemistry of AuII and AuIII pincer complexes: determination of the AuII–AuII bond energy
  72. Gold(III)-Olefin-Komplexe
  73. Gold(III) Olefin Complexes
  74. Synthesis, Structure, and Luminescent Behavior of Anionic Oligomeric and Polymeric Ag 2 Au 2 Clusters
  75. The Inaugural 2012 Organometallics Symposium
  76. Ein thermisch stabiles Gold(III)-Hydrid: Synthese, Reaktivität und reduktive Kondensation als Weg zu Gold(II)-Komplexen
  77. A Thermally Stable Gold(III) Hydride: Synthesis, Reactivity, and Reductive Condensation as a Route to Gold(II) Complexes
  78. Selective Au–C Cleavage in (C ∧ N ∧ C)Au(III) Aryl and Alkyl Pincer Complexes
  79. Introduction to the Organometallics in Biology and Medicine Issue
  80. Tris[3,6-di-tert-butyl-1-(isoquinolin-1-yl)naphthalen-2-olato-κ2N,O]aluminium(III) toluene sesquisolvate
  81. Structural variation in gold(I)-chelate systems: Synthesis of an asymmetrically bridged β-diketiminato complex of gold
  82. Reactivity of “Ligand-Free” Au + : C–H and C–C Activation versus π Coordination
  83. Synthetic and Mechanistic Aspects of the Immortal Ring-Opening Polymerization of Lactide and Trimethylene Carbonate with New Homo- and Heteroleptic Tin(II)-Phenolate Catalysts
  84. Cyclometallated gold(iii) hydroxides as versatile synthons for Au–N, Au–C complexes and luminescent compounds
  85. InP nanowires from surfactant-free thermolysis of single molecule precursors
  86. Synthesis and structures of gold perfluorophthalimido complexes
  87. Syntheses and structures of thermally stable diketiminato complexes of gold and copper
  88. Another Great Day for Organometallic Chemistry
  89. The Chemistry of Catalyst Activation: The Case of Group 4 Polymerization Catalysts †
  90. Dedication to the Special Volume for Dietmar Seyferth †
  91. Highly Electrophilic Organometallics for Carbocationic Polymerizations: From Anion Engineering to New Polymer Materials
  92. 1-[2-(2,6-Diisopropylanilino)-1-naphthyl]isoquinoline
  93. Großbritanniens neue Universitäten
  94. 2-(Diphenylphosphinoylmethyl)pyrrole–2-(diphenylphosphinomethyl)pyrrole (0.43/0.57) and tetrachlorido(5-diphenylphosphinomethyl-2H-pyrrole-κ2N,P)titanium(IV)
  95. Synthesis of neutral and zwitterionic phosphinomethylpyrrolato complexes of nickel
  96. 2-Benzoxazolyl-6-[1-(arylimino)ethyl]pyridyliron(II) Chlorides as Ethylene Oligomerization Catalysts
  97. 2-Benzoxazolyl-6-(1-(arylimino)ethyl)pyridyl cobalt (II) chlorides: A temperature switch catalyst in oligomerization and polymerization of ethylene
  98. Highly electrophilic main group compounds: Ether and arene thallium and zinc complexes
  99. Synthesis and structures of complexes with axially chiral isoquinolinyl-naphtholate ligands
  100. Synthesis, structures and reactivity of 2-phosphorylmethyl-1H-pyrrolato complexes of titanium, yttrium and zinc
  101. α-Zirconium phosphonates: versatile supports for N-heterocyclic carbenes
  102. Structural Characterization of a Cationic Zirconocene Dimethylaniline Complex and Related Catalytically Relevant Species
  103. Formation and Structures of Hafnocene Complexes in MAO- and AlBu i 3 /CPh 3 [B(C 6 F 5 ) 4 ]-Activated Systems
  104. An Introduction to the Review by Barnard in This Issue of Organometallics
  105. Ligand Mobility and Solution Structures of the Metallocenium Ion Pairs [Me 2 C(Cp)(fluorenyl)MCH 2 SiMe 3 + ···X − ] (M = Zr, Hf; X = MeB(C 6 F 5 ) 3 , B(C 6 F 5 ) 4 )
  106. Alkyl Zinc Chlorides as New Initiators for the Polymerization and Copolymerization of Isobutene
  107. Synthesis and structures of new binuclear zinc alkyl, aryl and aryloxo complexes
  108. Functionalization of Tactic Polypropylenes
  109. Bis(3,5-dimethylpyrazol-1-ato) zirconium complexes as precursors for ethylene polymerisation upon activation with MAO: Syntheses, characterisation and X-ray molecular structure of [Zr(η2-3,5-Me2Pz)2Cl2(η1-3,5-Me2PzH)2]·(3,5-Me2PzH) and [Zr(η2-3,5-Me2Pz...
  110. Mixed-ligand iminopyrrolato-salicylaldiminato group 4 metal complexes: Optimising catalyst structure for ethylene/propylene copolymerisations
  111. Evidence for Mixed-Ion Clusters in Metallocene Catalysts:  Influence on Ligand Exchange Dynamics and Catalyst Activity
  112. Synthesis and molecular structure of [Mg(CH2SiMe3)(μ3-OCH2SiMe3)]4
  113. Key intermediates in metallocene-and post-metallocene-catalyzed polymerization
  114. “Highly Reactive” Poly(isobutene)s via Room Temperature Polymerization with a New Zinc-Based Initiator System
  115. Mono(arene) Complexes of Thallium(I) Supported by a Weakly Coordinating Anion
  116. Synthesis and structure of bulky phosphiniminato complexes of zirconium and hafnium: Aryl groups as “non-innocent” substituents in electrophilic systems
  117. Arene Thiolato, Selenolato, and Tellurolato Complexes of Mercury
  118. Sterically hindered arene chalcogenols
  119. Arene Chalcogenolato Complexes of Zinc and Cadmium
  120. Tris(Trimethylsilyl)Silyl Lithium Tris(Tetrahydrofuran), Lithium Tris(Trimethylsilyl)Silyltellurolate Bis(Tetrahydrofuran), and Tris(Trimethylsilyl)Silyltellurol
  121. Activation of Bis(pyrrolylaldiminato) and (Salicylaldiminato)(pyrrolylaldiminato) Titanium Polymerization Catalysts with Methylalumoxane
  122. Thallium(I) Sandwich, Multidecker, and Ether Complexes Stabilized by Weakly-Coordinating Anions:  A Spectroscopic, Structural, and Theoretical Investigation
  123. Formation and structures of cationic zirconium complexes in ternary systems (X=Cl, Me)
  124. Synthesis and crystal structure of [C6H5Hg(H2NSiMe3)][H2N{B(C6F5)3}2], a phenyl–mercury(II) cation stabilised by a non-coordinating counter-anion
  125. Cationic Brønsted Acids for the Preparation of SnIV Salts: Synthesis and Characterisation of [Ph3Sn(OEt2)][H2N{B(C6F5)3}2],[Sn(NMe2)3(HNMe
  126. Synthesis, structure and catalytic activity of phosphine-substituted zirconium salicylaldiminato complexes
  127. Zinc(II) η 1 - and η 2 -Toluene Complexes:  Structure and Bonding in Zn(C 6 F 5 ) 2 ·(toluene) and Zn(C 6 F 4 -2-C 6 F 5 ) 2 ·(toluene)
  128. The synthesis, structure and ethene polymerization activity of octahedral heteroligated (salicylaldiminato)(β-enaminoketonato)titanium complexes: The X-ray crystal structure of {3-But-2-(O)C6H3CHN(Ph)}{(Ph)NC(Me)C(H)C(Me)O}TiCl2
  129. {Bis(3,5-Di-tert-butyl-2-oxidobenzyl)[2-(N,N-dimethylamino)ethyl]amine-κ4N,N′,O,O′}zinc(II) and {bis(3-tert-butyl-5-methyl-2-oxidobenzyl)[2-(N,N-dimethylamino)ethyl]amine-...
  130. Salicylaldiminato Pyrrolylaldiminato Group 4 Metal Alkene Polymerization Catalysts: Combining High Activity with High Comonomer Incorporation
  131. Synthesis and structures of diphosphinoamide complexes of nickel, palladium and platinum
  132. Synthesis and Crystal Structure of Ethyl Zinc Chloride
  133. Anion Influence in Metallocene-based Olefin Polymerisation Catalysts
  134. Kinetic and mechanism of alkene polymerization
  135. Ligand Transfer Reactions of Mixed-Metal Lanthanide/Magnesium Allyl Complexes with β-Diketimines:  Synthesis, Structures, and Ring-Opening Polymerization Catalysis
  136. The synthesis of new weakly coordinating diborate anions: anion stability as a function of linker structure and steric bulk
  137. Titanium, zinc and alkaline-earth metal complexes supported by bulky O,N,N,O-multidentate ligands: syntheses, characterisation and activity in cyclic esterpolymerisation
  138. Synthesis and structures of ferrocenyl-substituted salicylaldiminato complexes of magnesium, titanium and zirconium
  139. Active Intermediates in Ethylene Polymerization over Titanium Bis(phenoxyimine) Catalysts
  140. Synthesis and Structures of New Mixed-Metal Lanthanide/Magnesium Allyl Complexes
  141. The Use of Spectroscopy in Metallocene-Based Polymerisation Catalysis
  142. Front Cover: Macromol. Rapid Commun. 15/2005
  143. Copolymerization of Propene and 5-Vinyl-2-Norbornene: A Simple Route to Polar Poly(propylene)s
  144. Chromium allyl and alkyl catalysts for the vinyl polymerization of norbornene and ethylene–norbornene copolymerizations
  145. New Bis(allyl)(diketiminato) and Tris(allyl) Lanthanide Complexes and Their Reactivity in the Polymerization of Polar Monomers
  146. Heterogenized “Ligand-Free” Lanthanide Catalysts for the Homo- and Copolymerization of Ethylene and 1,3-Butadiene
  147. Reactivity of Silyl-Substituted Allyl Compounds with Group 4, 5, 9, and 10 Metals:  Routes to η 3 -Allyls, Alkylidenes, and s ec -Alkyl Carbocations
  148. Synthesis, Ion Aggregation, Alkyl Bonding Modes, and Dynamics of 14-Electron Metallocenium Ion Pairs [(SBI)MCH 2 SiMe 3 + ···X - ] (M = Zr, Hf):  Inner-Sphere (X = MeB(C 6 F 5 ) 3 ) versus Outer-Sphere (X = B(C 6 F 5 ) 4 ) Structures and the Implicati...
  149. Synthesis of cationic zinc complexes from protonated diazadienes and ZnR2 (R=Et, N(SiMe3)2). The crystal structures of [PriDADH][H2N{B(C6F5)3}2], [{PriDADZn(μ-OH)}2][H2N{B(C6F5)3}2]2, and [Ph*DADZnN(SiMe3)2][H2N{B(C6F5)3}2]
  150. Hybrid catalysts: the synthesis, structure and ethene polymerisation activity of (salicylaldiminato)(pyrrolylaldiminato) titanium complexes
  151. The synthesis, structure and ethene polymerisation catalysis of mono(salicylaldiminato) titanium and zirconium complexes
  152. Group 4 salicyloxazolines are potent polymerization catalysts
  153. Synthesis and catalytic activity of dinuclear imido titanium complexes: the molecular structure of [Ti(NPh)Cl(μ-Cl)(THF)2]2
  154. The Role of B(C6F5)3 in Catalyst Activation, Anion Formation and as C6F5 Transfer Agent
  155. Kinetic and mechanistic aspects of metallocene polymerisation catalysts
  156. Synthesis and structure of [Cp2Zr(OPri)(HOPri)]+ and its activity in the polymerisation of propene oxide
  157. α-Zirconium phosphonates as new supports for metallocene catalysts
  158. Monocyclopentadienyl Bis(phenoxo-imino) Zirconium Complexes as Precatalyst Species for Olefin Polymerization. Stereospecific Methylation of an Imino Group with Formation of a Zirconium−amido Bond
  159. Activator effects in metallocene-based alkene polymerisations: unexpectedly strong dependence of catalyst activity on trityl concentration
  160. Novel Zinc and Magnesium Alkyl and Amido Cations for Ring-Opening Polymerization Reactions
  161. Zirconocene-catalysed propene polymerisation: kinetics, mechanism, and the role of the anion
  162. Sterically Hindered Lanthanide Allyl Complexes and Their Use as Single-Component Catalysts for the Polymerization of Methyl Methacrylate and ε-Caprolactone
  163. Mathematical Modeling of Homopolymerization on Supported Metallocene Catalysts
  164. Arylzinc Complexes as New Initiator Systems for the Production of Isobutene Copolymers with High Isoprene Content
  165. Arylzinkkomplexe als Initiatoren zur Herstellung von Isobuten-Copolymeren mit hohem Isoprengehalt
  166. Anion Effects on the Activity and Stereoselectivity in Propene Polymerisations Catalyzed byC2-Symmetric and“Oscillating” Catalysts
  167. The kinetics of propene and hexene polymerisation with [(SBI)ZrR]+X−: evidence for monomer-dependent early or late transition states
  168. Synthesis and catalytic activity of binuclear titanium imido complexes
  169. 1 H and 13 C NMR Spectroscopic Study of Titanium(IV) Species Formed by Activation of Cp 2 TiCl 2 and [(Me 4 C 5 )SiMe 2 N t Bu]TiCl 2 with Methylaluminoxane (MAO)
  170. Preface
  171. Ansa-metallocenes with BN and BP linkages: the importance of NH⋯FC hydrogen bonding in pentafluorophenyl boron compounds
  172. Synthesis, Characterization, and Reactivity of ansa- Bis(allyl) Lanthanide Complexes, a New Class of Single-Component Methyl Methacrylate Polymerization Catalysts
  173. New Bulky Allyl Complexes of Lanthanide Metals:  Role of Alkali-Metal Cations in Controlling Solid-State and Solution Assemblies in Precatalysts
  174. Isobutene Polymerization and Isobutene-Isoprene Copolymerization Catalyzed by Cationic Zirconocene Hydride Complexes
  175. Zirconocene-Catalyzed Propene Polymerization:  A Quenched-Flow Kinetic Study
  176. Der Whitesides-Bericht zum Stand der Chemie in Großbritannien
  177. Synthesis, Structures, and Ring-Opening Polymerization Reactions of Substituted Cyclopentadienyl Complexes of Zinc
  178. The synthesis, structure and catalytic activity of mono(salicylaldiminato) titanium complexes
  179. Role of B(C6F5)3 in catalyst activation, anion formation, and as C6F5 transfer agent
  180. Monocyclopentadienyl phenoxy-imine and phenoxy-amine complexes of titanium and zirconium and their application as catalysts for 1-alkene polymerisation
  181. Synthesis, Characterization, and Reactivity of Lanthanide Complexes with Bulky Silylallyl Ligands
  182. Synthesis, structure and catalytic activity of new iminophenolato complexes of scandium and yttrium
  183. Synthesis and catalytic activity of three-coordinate zinc cations
  184. Isolation and Structure of [HC{CH(SiMe 3 )(SnMe 3 )} 2 ] + :  A Remarkably Stable sec -Alkyl Cation
  185. The reaction of Cp*2ZrMe2 with [CPh3][B(C6F5)4]: triphenylethane does not form ηn-arene complexes with [Cp*2ZrMe]+
  186. Derivatization of propene/methyloctadiene copolymers: A flexible approach to side-chain-functionalized polypropenes
  187. [H 2 N{B(C 6 F 5 ) 3 } 2 ] - :  A New, Remarkably Stable Diborate Anion for Metallocene Polymerization Catalysts
  188. Research Assessment Exercise 2001
  189. Versatile Coordination Behavior of Aryl-Substituted Phosphiniminate and Phosphoranate Anions:  Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Lithium Complexes with η 0 , η 1 , and η 6 -Arene Coordination
  190. B(C 6 F 5 ) 3 as C 6 F 5 Transfer Agent in Zirconium Chemistry:  Borole Sandwich and Borole-Bridged Triple-Decker Complexes
  191. Reactions of Zinc Dialkyls with (Perfluorophenyl)boron Compounds:  Alkylzinc Cation Formation vs C 6 F 5 Transfer
  192. Anionic a nsa -Zirconocenes with Pentafluorophenyl-Substituted Borato Bridges
  193. The reactivity of trimethylsilyliminophosphines towards titanium and zirconium halides
  194. Titanium and zirconium complexes with sterically hindered aryl-substituted iminophosphoranato ligands
  195. B(C6F5)3 as a C6F5 transfer reagent in zirconium chemistry: facile formation of the borole-bridged triple-decker complex [Zr2Cp″2(C6F5)2{μ-η5∶η5-C4H4BCH2-η3,κF-CHCHCHB(C6F5)3}]
  196. Synthesis, Structures, and Reactivity of Weakly Coordinating Anions with Delocalized Borate Structure:  The Assessment of Anion Effects in Metallocene Polymerization Catalysts
  197. Borate, boryl and borole compounds and their role in olefin polymerisation catalysis
  198. Moderne Aspekte der Metallocenchemie: Metallocenes. Synthesis - Reactivity -Applications. Band 1 und 2. Hrsg. von A. Togni und R. L Haltermann, WileyVCH, Weinheim, 1999. 790 S., geb., 448-DM. ISBN 3-527-29539-9.
  199. Synthetic, Reactivity, and Structural Studies on Borylcyclopentadienyl Complexes of Titanium:  New Cp B Titanocene Complexes with C−B−Cl, C−B−O, and C−B−N Bridges (Cp B = η 5 -C 5 H 4 B(C 6 F 5 ) 2 )
  200. Synthesis, Fluxionality, and Propene Insertion Reactions of Zirconium Boryldiene Complexes with Sterically Undemanding Cp Ligands
  201. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, 6th Edition (Cotton, F. A.; Wilkinson, G.; Murillo, C. A.; Bochmann, M.)
  202. Sterically hindered iminophosphorane complexes of vanadium, iron, cobalt and nickel: a synthetic, structural and catalytic study †
  203. Synthesis and reactivity of sterically hindered iminopyrrolato complexes of zirconium, iron, cobalt and nickel
  204. Half-sandwich complexes of titanium and zirconium with pendant phenyl substituents. The influence of ansa-aryl coordination on the polymerisation activity of half-sandwich catalysts
  205. Advanced Inorganic Chemistry, Sixth Edition. By F. Albert Cotton, Geoffrey Wilkinson, Carlos A. Murillo, and Manfred Bochmann. John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: New York, 1999. Figures, tables. xv + 1355 pp. 18.5 � 26.0 cm. $89.95, 58.50 pounds sterling. ISBN 0...
  206. The versatile chemistry of metallocene polymerisation catalysts: new developments in half-sandwich complexes and catalyst heterogenisation
  207. Cationic Zirconocene Hydrides:  A New Type of Highly Effective Initiators for Carbocationic Polymerizations
  208. Cationic zirconocene complexes with benzyl and Si(SiMe3)3 substituted cyclopentadienyl ligands
  209. New weakly coordinating counter anions for high activity polymerisation catalysts: [(C6F5)3B–CN–B(C6F5)3]− and [Ni{CNB(C6F5)3}4]2−
  210. Facile formation of a titanium–carbon bond from TiCl4 by HCl elimination: the synthesis and structure of TiCl3[Me3SiNP(Ph)2CHCH2P(Ph)2NSiMe3] †
  211. Heterogenised MAO-free Metallocene Catalysts
  212. Synthesis and structure of bis [2,2′-methylenebis (2,4-di-t-butylphenoxo) ] niobium chloride
  213. Borato−Cyclopentadienyl Half-Sandwich Complexes. Crystal Structures of [NEt 4 ][C 5 H 5 B(C 6 F 5 ) 3 ]·CH 2 Cl 2 and [NEt 4 ] 2 [{C 5 H 4 B(C 6 F 5 ) 3 }Zr(μ-Cl)Cl 2 ] 2
  214. Construction of a Borole Ligand from Coordinated Diene and B(C 6 F 5 ) 3 via Successive C−H Activation Steps:  A Case of Catalyst Self-Activation
  215. Zirconocenes as Initiators for Carbocationic Isobutene Homo- and Copolymerizations
  216. The [Zr(N{SiMe3}2)3]+ cation as a novel initiator for carbocationic isobutene homo- and isobutene/isoprene co-polymerisations
  217. The [Zr(N{SiMe3}2)3] cation as a novel initiator for carbocationic isobutene homo- and isobutene/isoprene co-polymerisations
  218. Synthesis, Structure, and Reactivity of (C 5 H 4 SiMe 3 ) 2 Y{(μ-FC 6 F 4 )(μ-Me)B(C 6 F 5 ) 2 }:  Tight Ion Pairing in a Cationic Lanthanide Complex
  219. New monocyclopentadienyl complexes of Group 4 and 5 metals with chelating nitrogen ligands. Crystal and molecular structures of [Zr(η3-C3H5)(η4-Ph2N2C2Me2-2,3)Cp″] and [TaCl2{η4-C6H4(NSiMe3-1,2)2}Cp″] [Cp″ = C5H3(SiMe3)2-1,3] †
  220. Titanium-catalysed formation of high molecular weight elastomeric polypropene: evidence for living propene polymerisation
  221. Aspects of transition metal mediated polymerizations
  222. Novel Zwitterionic Diallylzirconium Complexes: Synthesis, Structure, Polymerization Activity, and Deactivation Pathways
  223. Zwitterionische Diallylzirconiumkomplexe: Synthese, Struktur, Polymerisationsaktivität und Desaktivierungsreaktionen
  224. Synthesis of Cyclopentadienyl-, Indenyl-, and Fluorenylbis(pentafluorophenyl)boranes as Ligands in Titanium and Zirconium Half-Sandwich Complexes. The Crystal Structures of C 13 H 9 B(C 6 F 5 ) 2 · t -BuNH 2 , C 13 H 8 SiMe 3 B(C 6 F 5 ) 2 , and {η 5 ...
  225. Dinuclear cationic zirconium complexes with the fulvalene ligand. Synthesis and reactivity
  226. Synthesis of phosphinochalcogenoic amidato complexes of divalent transition metals and their thermolysis to metal selenide and telluride phases
  227. Facile α-C–H activation in 14-electron zirconium half-sandwich compounds: evidence for a new catalyst deactivation pathway
  228. Zirconium and hafnium diene and dienyl half-sandwich complexes: synthesis, polymerization catalysis and deactivation pathways. The molecular structures of [M(η3-C3H5)(2,3-Me2 C4H4){η-C5H 3(SiMe3)2-1,3}] (M = Zr or Hf ) and [Hf(η3-C3H5){ η3-CH2CMeCMeCH2...
  229. Synthesis and structure of zirconium(IV) alkyl complexes with bi-, tri-, tetra- and penta-dentate amido ligands
  230. Preparation of (Cp*) {C5Me4CH2B(C6F5)3}ZrPh, a novel zwitterionic single-component alkene polymerisation catalyst
  231. The Aluminocenium Cation[Al(C5H5)2]+: A Highly Effective Initiator for the Cationic Polymerization of Isobutene
  232. Synthese und Reaktivität von [Al(C5H5)2]+: ein hocheffizienter Initiator für die kationische Polymerisation von Isobuten
  233. Synthesis of ferrocene-based redox-active polymers via palladium-catalysed coupling reactions
  234. Metal Chalcogenide Materials: Chalcogenolato complexes as “single-source” precursors
  235. Cationic Group 4 metallocene complexes and their role in polymerisation catalysis: the chemistry of well defined Ziegler catalysts
  236. Zinc(II) arene tellurolato complexes as precursors to zinc telluride. The crystal and molecular structure of [Zn(TeC6H2Me3-2,4,6)2(pyridine)2]
  237. Phosphinochalcogenoic amidato complexes of zinc and cadmium as novel single-source precursors for the deposition of metal selenide and telluride films
  238. Cationic group IV metal alkyl complexes and their role as olefin polymerization catalysts: The formation of ethyl-bridged dinuclear and heterodinuclear zirconium and hafnium complexes
  239. Synthesis and Reactivity of New Mono(cyclopentadienyl)zirconium and -hafnium Alkyl Complexes. Crystal and Molecular Structure of [{C5H3(SiMe3)2}HfMe2(.eta.6-toluene)][BMe(C6F5)3]
  240. Synthesis of phosphinochalcogenoic amidato complexes of zinc and cadmium. The crystal and molecular structure of [Zn{But 2P(Se)NPri}2]
  241. Synthesis of selenophosphinic and tellurophosphinic amides and amidato complexes. Crystal structures of But2P(Te)NH(C6H11), [Ti(η-C5H5)Cl2{But2P(Se)NPr
  242. Anionic and zwitterionic metallocene complexes derived from novel boratocyclopentadienyl ligands
  243. Chalcogenolato complexes of bismuth and antimony. Syntheses, thermolysis reactions, and crystal structure of Sb(SC6H2Pri 3-2,4,6)3
  244. Synthesis and characterisation of manganese(II) chalcogenolato complexes. Crystal and molecular structure of [{Mn(µ-SeC6H2Me3-2,4,6)2}∞]
  245. Titanium Complexes in Oxidation State +4
  246. Titanium Complexes in Oxidation States +2 and +3
  247. Facile α-H elimination in cationic zirconium alkyl complexes: Formation of μ-CH2 complexes as a possible deactivation pathway in polymerization catalysis
  248. Synthesis of poly(biphenylene ketone)s via palladium catalyzed cross-coupling reactions with ketone diacetals
  249. Wie mißt man Lehrqualität?
  250. Monomer–Dimer Equilibria in Homo- and Heterodinuclear Cationic Alkylzirconium Complexes and Their Role in Polymerization Catalysis
  251. Monomer-Dimer-Gleichgewichte in homo- und heterodinuclearen kationischen Alkylzirconiumkomplexen: zur Rolle von Alkylaluminiumverbindungen bei der Stabilisierung katalytisch aktiver Zentren
  252. Synthesis of Base-Free Cationic Zirconium Methyl and Benzyl Complexes. The Crystal and Molecular Structure of {C5H3(SiMe3)2-1,3}2ZrMe(.mu.-Me)B(C6F5)3
  253. Synthesis of Low-Coordinate Chalcogenolato Complexes of Zinc with O, N, S, and P Donor Ligands. Molecular and Crystal Structures of Zn(S-t-Bu3C6H2-2,4,6)2(L) (L = NC5H3Me2-2,6, PMePh2), Zn(Se-t-Bu3C6H2-2,4,6)2(OSC4H8) and Zn(S-t-Bu3C6H2-2,4,6)2(N-methy...
  254. New sterically hindered manganese selenolato complexes. Isolation and structural characterization of a reaction intermediate, [Mn{N(SiMe3)2}(.mu.-SeC6H2-isoPr3-2,4,6)(THF)]2
  255. Synthesis of isocyanide complexes of zinc. The molecular and crystal structure of Zn(SeC6H2But3)2(CNBut)2
  256. Synthesis and structure of zirconium complex [Me2C(C5H4)(Flu)Zr(.mu.-H)Cl]2, an .eta.3:.eta.5-bonded ansa-metallocene
  257. Kationische Alkylkomplexe für die Olefinpolymerisation
  258. Base-free cationic zirconium benzyl complexes as highly active polymerization catalysts
  259. Three-coordinate thiolato complexes of zinc: solution and solid-state structures and EHMO analysis of the bonding pattern of [Zn(S-tert-Bu3C6H2-2,4,6)2]2
  260. Synthesis of aromatic polymers via palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions with magnesium, zinc, and tin reagents: A comparison
  261. Synthesis of poly(arylene ethyne)s via palladium-catalyzed cross-coupling reactions with Cu and Sn reagents
  262. „Nicht-koordinierende” Anionen: unterschätzte Liganden
  263. ?Non-Coordinating? Anions: Underestimated Ligands
  264. Base-free cationic 14-electron alkyls of Ti, Zr and Hf as polymerisation catalysts: A comparison
  265. The infrared spectra of the dimethyl complexes of zinc, cadmium and mercury
  266. Cationic titanium alkyls as alkene polymerisation catalysts: Solvent and anion dependence
  267. Synthesis of some alkyl metal selenolato complexes of zinc, cadmium and mercury. X-ray crystal structure of Me, Hg, Se(2,4,6-Pri3C62)
  268. Synthesis and structure of [Hg(SC6H2But3)2(py)]: A T-shaped complex of mercury
  269. Synthese und Eigenschaften sterisch anspruchsvoller Tellurophenole; Struktur von [Cd(μ-TeC6H2Me3)2]∞
  270. Synthesis of Sterically Hindered Tellurophenols and the Structure of[Cd(μ-TeC6H2M3)2]∞
  271. “Cheap, even if it's nasty”
  272. Sterically hindered thiolato, selenolato and tellurolato complexes of mercury(II)
  273. The first stable aldehyde and ketone complexes of zinc: the structure of [Zn(SeC6H2But3)2(p-OCHC6H4OMe)]2
  274. Sterically hindered chalcogenolato complexes. Mono- and di-meric thiolates and selenolates of zinc and cadmium; structure of [{Cd(SeC6H2But3-2,4,6)2}2], the first three-co-ordinate cadmi...
  275. Fourier transform Raman spectroscopic studies on sterically hindered aryl dichalcogenides
  276. Planungschaos bei der Hochschulfinanzierung
  277. Darstellung, Struktur und Olefinpolymerisationsaktivität basenfreier kationischer 14-Elektronen-Alkyltitan- und -zirconiumkomplexe
  278. Nickel catalysed cross-coupling reactions of grignard reagents with di-, tri- and polychlorobiphenyls
  279. Base-Free Cationic 14-Electron Titanium and Zirconium Alkyls: In situ Generation, Solution Structures, and Olefin Polymerization Activity
  280. Synthese, Struktur und Gasphasenthermolyse von [Cd(EC6H2tBu3)2]2 (ES, Se); erste Beispiele für niedrigkoordinierte, flüchtige Chalcogenolatocadmiumkomplexe
  281. Synthesis, Structure, and Gas-Phase Decomposition of[Cd(EC6H2tBu3)2]2(ES, Se): First Examples of Low-Coordinate Volatile Cadmium Chalcogenolato Complexes
  282. Wer bietet weniger? Hochschulfinanzierung durch Studienplatzversteigerung
  283. Electron-deficient groupIVmetal alkyl cations, and the synthesis of Zr(CH2Ph)3(η6-C6H5)BPh3: a fluxional arene π-complex of a d0metal
  284. Synthesis of some cationic 16- and 18-electron nickel alkyl phosphine complexes containing bidentate ligands: ligand-dependent square-planar, trigonal-bipyramidal, and square-pyramidal co-ordination geometries, their reactions with CO and alkynes, and ...
  285. Novel Precursors for the Deposition of II-VI Semiconductor Films
  286. Cationic bis(cyclopentadienyl)titanium complexes. The synthesis and structure of [CP*2Ti(OH)(HNCPh2)]BPh4·Et2O
  287. Homogeneous catalysis by transition-metal complexes
  288. Höhere Forschungsetats - neue interdisziplinäre Forschungszentren
  289. Palladium catalysed cross-coupling reactions with difunctional tin reagents: a general route to aromatic polymers
  290. Synthesis and electrochemical oxidation of tetranuclear nickel carbonyl phosphine clusters. The structure of Ni4(CO)6(PMe3)4
  291. Synthesis of cationic alkyl bis(cyclopentadienyl)titanium complexes by one-electron oxidation of titanium(III) alkyls. The structure of [Cp2*TiMe(THF)]BPh4 and [Cp2*Ti(OH)(H2O)]BPh4·2THF
  292. Homogenous catalysis by transition metal complexes
  293. Stone-Report empfiehlt Gesundschrumpfung in der Chemie
  294. Insertion reactions of nitriles in cationic alkylbis(cyclopentadienyl)titanium complexes: the facile synthesis of azaalkenylidene titanium complexes and the crystal and molecular structure of [(indenyl)2Ti(NCMePh)(NCPh)]BPh4
  295. Thermal deposition of TiS films from volatile Ti(SBut)4
  296. Cationic alkylbis(cyclopentadienyl)titanium complexes. Synthesis, reactions with carbon monoxide and tert-butyl isocyanide, and the structure of [Cp2Ti[.eta.2-C(Me)NBu-tert](CNBu-tert)]BPh4.MeCN
  297. The reactions of alkyltrimethylphosphinenickel complexes with isocyanides and alkynes
  298. The acetyltris(trimethylphosphine)nickel cation: synthesis, carbonylation reactions, and the crystal and molecular structure of [{Ni(PMe3)4}BF4 · Ni4(CO)6(PMe3)4]
  299. Synthesis and molecular and crystal structure of the octanuclear palladium cluster Pd8(μ3-CO)2(μ2-CO)6(PMe3)7
  300. Synthesis and insertion reactions of cationic alkylbis(cyclopentadienyl)titanium complexes
  301. Binuclear halide-bridged ruthenium(II) complexes containing terminal alkene, alkyne, and dinitrogen ligands
  302. Synthese eines Tricarbonyl(η5-2,3-dihydro-1H-1,3-dibrolyl)- cobalt-Komplexes
  303. Promoter effects in homogeneous catalysis: catalyst activation and deactivation in the codimerisation of butadiene with 2,7-octadienes
  304. Organic halides as promoters in the rhodium-catalysed synthesis of dodecatrienyl carboxylates
  305. Triple-decker complexes. 8. Triple-decker sandwiches. Syntheses, reactivity, electrochemistry, and x-ray crystal and electronic structures of bis(cyclopentadienylmetal),3-diborolenyl complexes with 29-34 valence electrons
  306. Chapter 12. Organometallic chemistry. Part (i) The transition elements
  307. Chapter 12. Organometallic chemistry. Part (i) The transition elements
  308. Chapter 12. Organometallic chemistry. Part (i) The transition elements
  309. Preparation and properties of 1-adamantylmethyl and adamantyl complexes of transition metals
  310. Synthesis and properties of bis(t-butyl)methoxides of chromium(III,IV), manganese(II), iron(III), cobalt(II), and copper(I). The crystal and molecular structures of lithium tetrakis[bis(...
  311. Preparation and properties of 1-adamantoxides, 2-adamantoxides, and 1-adamantylmethoxides of Ti IV , V IV , Nb IV , Nb V , Cr III , Cr IV , Mo IV , Mn II , Fe III , and Co II . The crystal and molecular structure of tetrakis(1-adamantoxo)dimethylaminem...
  312. Synthesis and crystal and molecular structure of bis(trimethylsilyl-methylidyne)tetrakis(trimethylsilylmethyl)dirhenium (Re–Re)
  313. Paramagnetische Tripeldeckersandwich-Komplexe
  314. Paramagnetic Triple-Decker Sandwich Complexes
  315. Darstellung, Eigenschaften und Struktur des Cyclopentadienyl(1.3-diborolenyl)nickel-Sandwiehs [1] / Synthesis, Properties and Structure of the Cyclopentadienyl(1,3-diborolenyl)nickel Sandwich [1]
  316. (η-Cyclopentadienyl)cobalt-μ-(η-diborolenyl)(η-cyclopentadienyl)iron—A Triple Decker Sandwich Complex Containing Two Different Metals
  317. (η-Cyclopentadienyl)cobalt-μ-(η-diborolenyl)-(η-cyclopentadienyl)eisen — ein Tripeldecker-Sandwichkomplex mit zwei verschiedenen Metallen
  318. η-Cyclopentadienyl(η-diborolenyl)nickel – ein diamagnetisches Nickelocen-Analogon
  319. η-Cyclopentadienyl(η-diborolenyl)nickel—A Diamagnetic Nickelocene Analog
  320. η7-Cycloheptatrienylmolybdenum complexes. Part 1. Formation and oxidation of mixed-valence dimolybdenum complexes
  321. μ-Thiadiborolen-bis(η-cyclopentadienyleisen) – Darstellung und Struktur eines neuen Tripeldecker-Sandwichs
  322. μ-Thiadiborolenebis(η-cyclopentadienyliron)-Preparation and Structure of a New Triple-Decker Sandwich Complex
  323. New routes to η7-cycloheptatrienylmolybdenum complexes: crystal and molecular structures of [Mo(acac)(H2O)(η7-C7H7)]+BF4–and [Mo(NCS)(acac)(η7-C7