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  1. A summary of the special issue on phosphorus chemsitry
  2. A Bench-Stable Catalyst for the Rapid Hydrophosphination of Activated and Unactivated Alkenes
  3. Photocatalytic Hydrophosphination with Air-Stable and Commercially Available Bis(acetylacetonato)copper(II) (Cu(acac)2)
  4. Actinide 2-metallabiphenylenes that satisfy Hückel’s rule
  5. Photoactivated Silicon–Oxygen and Silicon–Nitrogen Heterodehydrocoupling with a Commercially Available Iron Compound
  6. A bench-stable copper photocatalyst for the rapid hydrophosphination of activated and unactivated alkenes
  7. Photoactivated silicon–oxygen and silicon–nitrogen heterodehydrocoupling with a commercially available iron compound
  8. Photoactivated Silicon–Oxygen and Silicon–Nitrogen Heterodehydrocoupling with a Commercially Available Iron Compound
  9. A Commercially Available Ruthenium Compound for Catalytic Hydrophosphination
  10. Triamidoamine-Supported Zirconium Compounds in Main Group Bond-Formation Catalysis
  11. A Commercially Available Ruthenium Compound for Catalytic Hydrophosphination
  12. Element–Hydrogen Bond Activations at Cationic Platinum Centers To Produce Silylene, Germylene, Stannylene, and Stibido Complexes
  13. Structural versatility of the quasi-aromatic Möbius type zinc(ii)-pseudohalide complexes – experimental and theoretical investigations
  14. Photocatalytic Hydrophosphination of Alkenes and Alkynes Using Diphenylphosphine and Triamidoamine‐Supported Zirconium
  15. Si–N Heterodehydrocoupling with a Lanthanide Compound
  16. An Inorganic Chemistry Laboratory Course as Research
  17. Light-Driven, Zirconium-Catalyzed Hydrophosphination with Primary Phosphines
  18. Catalytic N–Si coupling as a vehicle for silane dehydrocoupling via α-silylene elimination
  19. Visible-light and thermal driven double hydrophosphination of terminal alkynes using a commercially available iron compound
  20. Cover Feature: Evidence for Iron-Catalyzed α-Phosphinidene Elimination with Phenylphosphine (Chem. Eur. J. 11/2018)
  21. Evidence for Iron‐Catalyzed α‐Phosphinidene Elimination with Phenylphosphine
  22. Visible Light Photocatalysis Using a Commercially Available Iron Compound
  23. Synthesis and characterization of a new and electronically unusual uranium metallacyclocumulene, (C5Me5)2U(η4-1,2,3,4-PhC4Ph)
  24. Educational and Outreach Projects from the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative Professional Development and Outreach Volume 2
  25. Educational and Outreach Projects from the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative Undergraduate and Graduate Education Volume 1
  26. The Cottrell Scholars Collaborative New Faculty Workshop: Early Lessons for Change in Teaching
  27. Throwing Away the Cookbook: Implementing Course-Based Undergraduate Research Experiences (CUREs) in Chemistry
  28. Zirconium-Catalyzed Intermolecular Double Hydrophosphination of Alkynes with a Primary Phosphine
  29. Zirconium-Catalyzed Alkene Hydrophosphination and Dehydrocoupling with an Air-Stable, Fluorescent Primary Phosphine
  30. Challenges in Catalytic Hydrophosphination
  31. A “Bottle-able” Phosphinidene
  32. Exciton Delocalization in H2OBPc1–xMOBPcx (M = Co, Cu, Ni, Mn) Crystalline Thin-Film Organic Alloys
  33. Selectivity effects in zirconium-catalyzed heterodehydrocoupling reactions of phosphines
  34. Tuning the Oxidation State, Nuclearity, and Chemistry of Uranium Hydrides with Phenylsilane and Temperature: The Case of the Classic Uranium(III) Hydride Complex [(C5Me5)2U(μ-H)]2
  35. Metal-Ligand Cooperativity in a Methandiide-Derived Iridium Carbene Complex
  36. Zirconium-catalyzed intermolecular hydrophosphination using a chiral, air-stable primary phosphine
  37. Zn(II) and Cd(II) complexes with isonicotinoylhydrazone ligand
  38. Phosphorus chemistry: discoveries and advances
  39. Tin-catalyzed hydrophosphination of alkenes
  40. Triamidoamine-supported zirconium: hydrogen activation, Lewis acidity, and rac-lactide polymerization
  41. Spin Exchange Interaction in Substituted Copper Phthalocyanine Crystalline Thin Films
  42. Organic analogues of diluted magnetic semiconductors: bridging quantum chemistry to condensed matter physics
  43. Zirconium-Catalyzed Amine Borane Dehydrocoupling and Transfer Hydrogenation
  44. Iridium Pincer Catalysts for Silane Dehydrocoupling: Ligand Effects on Selectivity and Activity
  45. Macroscopic Molecular Ordering and Exciton Delocalization in Crystalline Phthalocyanine Thin Films
  46. Cobalt-catalyzed ammonia borane dehydrocoupling and transfer hydrogenation under aerobic conditions
  47. Unexpected formal insertion of CO2 into the C–Si bonds of a zinc compound
  48. Phenylsilane as a safe, versatile alternative to hydrogen for the synthesis of actinide hydrides
  49. Carbon–Hydrogen Bond Activation, C–N Bond Coupling, and Cycloaddition Reactivity of a Three-Coordinate Nickel Complex Featuring a Terminal Imido Ligand
  50. New chemistry faculty professional development
  51. Editorial
  52. Exploration of tin-catalyzed phosphine dehydrocoupling: Catalyst effects and observation of tin-catalyzed hydrophosphination
  53. Synthesis, structure, and reactivity of platinum compounds featuring terminal amido and phosphido ligands
  54. Intermolecular Zirconium-Catalyzed Hydrophosphination of Alkenes and Dienes with Primary Phosphines
  55. Dehydrocoupling of amine boranes via tin(IV) and tin(II) catalysts
  56. σ-Bond Metathesis: A 30-Year Retrospective
  57. Metal Complexes (M = Zn, Sn, and Pb) of 2-Phosphinobenzenethiolates: Insights into Ligand Folding and Hemilability
  58. Zirconium-Mediated Synthesis of Arsaalkene Compounds from Arsines and Isocyanides
  59. Mechanisms of metal-catalyzed dehydrocoupling reactions
  60. A general synthesis of phosphaalkenes at zirconium with liberation of phosphaformamides
  61. As–As Bond Formation via Reductive Elimination from a Zirconocene Bis(dimesitylarsenide) Compound
  62. Dehydrogenative Bond-Forming Catalysis Involving Phosphines: Updated Through 2010
  63. rac-18-Methoxycoronaridine hydrochloride
  64. Bis(4-methyl-N-{(2Z,4E)-4-[(4-methylphenyl)imino]pent-2-en-2-yl}anilinido)zinc
  65. Synthesis and characterization of zinc complexes and reactivity with primary phosphines
  66. C–N Bond formation via ligand-induced nucleophilicity at a coordinated triamidoamine ligand
  67. Differences in the stability of zirconium(IV) complexes related to catalytic phosphine dehydrocoupling reactions
  68. Terminal hafnium phosphinidene complexes and phosphinidene ligand exchange
  69. Insertion Reactions and Catalytic Hydrophosphination by Triamidoamine-Supported Zirconium Complexes
  70. Insertion reactions involving a triamidoamine-supported zirconium complex
  71. Triamidoamine-supported zirconium complexes in the catalytic dehydrocoupling of 1,2-bisphosphinobenzene and -ethane
  72. Group-Transfer Reactions of Nickel−Carbene and −Nitrene Complexes with Organoazides and Nitrous Oxide that Form New C═N, C═O, and N═N Bonds
  73. Synthesis, Structure, and Reactivity of Neutral Hydrogen-Substituted Ruthenium Silylene and Germylene Complexes
  74. Sequential Insertion Reactions of Carbon Monoxide and Ethylene into the Ni−C Bond of a Cationic Nickel(II) Alkyl Complex
  75. A Hydrogen-Substituted Osmium Stannylene Complex: Isomerization to a Metallostannylene Complex via an Unusual α-Hydrogen Migration from Tin to Osmium
  76. Metal-phosphido and -phosphinidene complexes in P–E bond-forming reactions
  77. General Preparation of (N3N)ZrX (N3N = N(CH2CH2NSiMe3)33−) Complexes from a Hydride Surrogate
  78. Dehydrogenative Bond-Forming Catalysis Involving Phosphines
  79. Paramagnetic Vanadium Silyl Complexes: Synthesis, Structure, and Reactivity
  80. η2-Organoazide Complexes of Nickel and Their Conversion to Terminal Imido Complexes via Dinitrogen Extrusion
  81. β-Phosphinoethylboranes as Ambiphilic Ligands in Nickel−Methyl Complexes
  82. {N,N-Bis[2-(trimethylsilylamino)ethyl]-N′-(trimethylsilyl)ethane-1,2-diaminato(3–)-κ4N}methylzirconium(IV)
  83. Mechanistic variety in zirconium-catalyzed bond-forming reaction of arsines
  84. Zirconium-Catalyzed Heterodehydrocoupling of Primary Phosphines with Silanes and Germanes
  85. Synthetic Development and Chemical Reactivity of Transition-Metal Silylene Complexes
  86. Selective Dehydrocoupling of Phosphines by Triamidoamine Zirconium Catalysts
  87. Insertion of benzyl isocyanide into a Zr–P bond and rearrangement. Atom-economical synthesis of a phosphaalkene
  88. Antimony−Antimony Bond Formation by Reductive Elimination from a Hafnium Bis(stibido) Complex
  89. Catalytic Antimony–Antimony Bond Formation through Stibinidene Elimination from Zirconocene and Hafnocene Complexes
  90. Terminal stibinidene ligands. Generation of CpCp*HfSb(dmp) and trapping reactions with PMe3and 2-butyne
  91. Hydrogen-Substituted Osmium Silylene Complexes:  Effect of Charge Localization on Catalytic Hydrosilation
  92. Synthesis and structure of a terminal dinitrogen complex of nickel
  93. Formation of Phosphirenes by Phosphinidene Group-Transfer Reactions from (dtbpe)NiP(dmp) to Alkynes
  94. Group Transfer from Nickel Imido, Phosphinidene, and Carbene Complexes to Ethylene with Formation of Aziridine, Phosphirane, and Cyclopropane Products
  95. Synthesis of 1,2-bis(di-tert-butylphosphino)ethane (dtbpe) complexes of nickel: radical coupling and reduction reactions promoted by the nickel(I) dimer [(dtbpe)NiCl]2
  96. A New Route to Coordination Complexes of Nitroxyl (HNO) via Insertion Reactions of Nitrosonium Triflate with Transition-Metal Hydrides
  97. Monomeric Phosphido and Phosphinidene Complexes of Nickel
  98. Synthesis, structure, and reactions of a nitroxyl complex of iridium(iii), cis,trans-IrHCl2(NHO)(PPh3)2