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  1. Versatile, Cheap, Readily Modifiable Sample Delivery Method for Analysis of Air-/Moisture-Sensitive Samples Using Atmospheric Pressure Solids Analysis Probe Mass Spectrometry
  2. Conversion of butanol to propene in flow: A triple dehydration, isomerisation and metathesis cascade
  3. Process-oriented approach towards catalyst design and optimisation
  4. Selective dimerisation of 1-hexene mediated by aluminium alkyl chloride-activated tungsten imido complexes
  5. Opening the Egg Box: NMR spectroscopic analysis of the interactions between s-block cations and kelp monosaccharides
  6. Additives boosting the performance of tungsten imido-mediated ethylene dimerization systems for industrial application
  7. Activated Niobium and Tantalum Imido Complexes: From Tuneable Polymerization to Selective Ethylene Dimerization Systems
  8. Ketone Formation via Decarboxylation Reactions of Fatty Acids Using Solid Hydroxide/Oxide Catalysts
  9. Bis(Imido) Tungsten Complexes: Efficient Precatalysts for the Homogeneous Dimerization of Ethylene
  10. Exploration of Homogeneous Ethylene Dimerization Mediated by Tungsten Mono(imido) Complexes
  11. Biodiesel Production via Trans-Esterification Using Pseudomonas cepacia Immobilized on Cellulosic Polyurethane
  12. Species variation in the effects of dewatering treatment on macroalgae
  13. Ethylene trimerisation using a solid supported catalyst gives 1-hexene
  14. Analysis of air-, moisture- and solvent-sensitive chemical compounds by mass spectrometry using an inert atmospheric pressure solids analysis probe
  15. Dewatering treatments to increase dry matter content of the brown seaweed, kelp ( Laminaria digitata ((Hudson) JV Lamouroux))
  16. Changes in higher heating value and ash content of seaweed during ensiling
  17. An Improved Test Facility for Studying Deposit Fouling on Steam Turbine Blades
  18. Phosphanyl Methanimine (PCN) Ligands for the Selective Trimerization/Tetramerization of Ethylene with Chromium
  19. Macroalgae-Derived Biofuel: A Review of Methods of Energy Extraction from Seaweed Biomass
  20. A Static Test Facility for the Study of Deposit Fouling on Steam Turbine Blades
  21. Combined DFT and experimental studies of C–C and C–X elimination reactions promoted by a chelating phosphine–alkene ligand: the key role of penta-coordinate PdII
  22. An Introduction to Pyrolysis and Catalytic Pyrolysis: Versatile Techniques for Biomass Conversion
  23. Copper(II)-mediated thermolysis of alginates: a model kinetic study on the influence of metal ions in the thermochemical processing of macroalgae
  24. Thermochemical processing of macroalgae: a late bloomer in the development of third-generation biofuels?
  25. Phosphine–alkene ligand-mediated alkyl–alkyl and alkyl–halide elimination processes from palladium(ii)
  26. Hydroformylation by Pt–Sn compounds from N-heterocyclic stannylenes
  27. Application of molybdenum bis(imido) complexes in ethylene dimerisation catalysis
  28. Insoluble Perfluoroalkylated Polymers: New Solid Supports for Supported Fluorous Phase Catalysis
  29. Exploiting Non-Innocent Ligands to Prepare Masked Palladium(0) Complexes
  30. Exploring the reactivity of tungsten bis(imido) dimethyl complexes with methyl aluminium reagents: implications for ethylene dimerization
  31. Dalton Discussion 12: Catalytic C–H and C–X bond activation (DD12)
  32. From Cyclic Iminophosphoranes to π-Conjugated Materials
  33. Bridging MCl Bonds with Ambiphilic Phosphine-Borane Ligands
  34. A Truly Multifunctional Heterocycle: Iminophosphorane, N,P Chelate, and Dihydropyridine
  35. RigidN-Phosphino Guanidine P,N Ligands and Their Use in Nickel-Catalyzed Ethylene Oligomerization
  36. German Support of Lenin During World War I
  37. Ambiphilic Diphosphine–Borane Ligands: Metal→Borane Interactions within Isoelectronic Complexes of Rhodium, Platinum and Palladium
  38. N-Phosphino-amidines and -guanidines: synthesis, structure and P,N-chelate chemistry
  39. Quasi-Thermoneutral P → B Interactions within Di- and Tri-Phosphine Boranes
  40. Concise syntheses of tridentate PNE ligands and their coordination chemistry with palladium(ii) : a solution- and solid-state study
  41. Chelating N-pyrrolylphosphino-N′-arylaldimine ligands: synthesis, ligand behaviour and applications in catalysis
  42. Diphenylphosphino(phenyl pyridin-2-yl methylene)amine palladium(II) complexes: Chemoselective alkene hydrocarboxylation initiators
  43. The synthesis and catalytic application of spacer-modified diol-functionalised Merrifield resins
  44. The Rise of Organophosphorus Derivatives in π-Conjugated Materials Chemistry
  45. Sterically-controlled regioselective para-substitutions of aniline
  46. The oxidative addition of a chlorophosphine to Pd0: formation and characterisation of a 42-electron triangulo palladium clusterElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: General considerations and syntheses. See
  47. Polymerisation of methyl methacrylate in supercritical difluoromethane
  48. Theoretical Study of Rhodium(I) Carbene Complexes: The Structural Versatility of Phosphino- Compared with Aminocarbenes
  49. Linear organic π-conjugated systems featuring the heavy Group 14 and 15 elements
  50. The First Coordination of an (α-Diazo)phosphine to a Transition-Metal Center
  51. Exploring the coordination chemistry and reactivity of dialkylamino- and bis(dialkylamino)-phosphines in the coordination sphere of metals
  52. Stable (Aryl)(phosphino)carbenes:  New Ligands for Transition Metals
  53. Synthesis and Reactivity of Group 6 and 10 Complexes of the Bis(dialkylaminophosphanyl)imineiPrN=C[CH2P(NiPr2)2]2
  54. The ‘one-pot’ syntheses of α,α′-diphosphino-substituted imines: a unique reaction of bulky bis(dialkylamino)chlorophosphines
  55. Dibenzylbis(tert-butylimido)molybdenum(VI), containing both η1- and η2-benzyl ligands
  56. The First Structural Characterization of a [2.2]PHANEPHOS−Transition-Metal Complex:  Structure of rac-[Pd(4,12-bis(diphenylphosphino)[2.2]paracyclophane)Cl2]
  57. Effect of weak hydrogen bonding and included solvent on the crystal structure of the square-planar complex trans-Pt{PPh2(C16H15)}2Cl2
  58. A remarkable example of co-crystallisation: the crystal structure of the mononuclear and dinuclear diphenyl[2.2]paracyclophanylphosphine palladium(II) chloride complexes trans-[Pd{PPh2(C16H15)}2Cl2]·[Pd{PPh2(C16H15)}Cl2]2·0.6CH2Cl2
  59. Molybdenum(VI) complexes containing differing cis multiply-bonded ligands: Some structural consequences of competing π-donor groups
  60. Mechanistic Study of the Calcination of Supported Chromium(III) Precursors for Ethene Polymerization Catalysts
  61. Unexpected synthesis of a binuclear chromium(III) salt exhibiting NH…Cl hydrogen-bonding interactions
  62. A new reaction involving 1,5-diazabicyclo[4.3.0]non-5-ene as a nucleophile and a two proton donor
  63. Four-versus five-co-ordinate bis(imido) alkene complexes of molybdenum: the contrasting effects of tert-butyl- and 2,6-diisopropylphenyl-imido substituents
  64. Four coordinate molybdenum alkene and alkyne complexes bearing ancillary imido ligands
  65. N-Cyano-P-hydrogenoiminophosphorane-Trimethylchlorostannane Adducts [R2P(H):N-C.tplbond.N.cntdot.Me3SnCl] and Related Species: Building Blocks for Bis(carbodiimides) of Phosphorus
  66. A versatile route to well-defined molybdenum metathesis catalysts via mixed imido precursors: the molecular structure of [Mo(N-2,6-Pri 2C6H3)(N-But)(CH2CMe3)2]
  67. Novel bis(imido) complexes of molybdenum(VI): precursors to new alkene metathesis catalysts
  68. Synthesis, structural characterisation and reactivity of the d2 pseudo-metallocene complex Mo(N-2,6-iPr2C6H3)2(PMe3)2
  69. Four coordinate bis(imido) alkene complexes of molybdenum(IV): relatives of the zirconocene family
  70. Design ofπ-Conjugated Systems Using Organophosphorus Building Blocks