SLIM21

Sort Order Display Format Items / Page  
 
  Click the serial number on the left to view the details of the item.
 #  AuthorTitleAccn#YearItem Type Claims
1 Hellwig, Raphael Alkyne???Based Nanostructures on Silver Substrates I09054 2018 eBook  
2 Krull, Cornelius Electronic Structure of Metal Phthalocyanines on Ag(100) I08366 2014 eBook  
3 Schubert, U Advances in Metal Carbene Chemistry I05372 1989 eBook  
4 Marks Organometallics of the f-Elements I05213 1979 eBook  
5 Marks, Tobin J Fundamental and Technological Aspects of Organo-f-Element Chemistry I04362 1985 eBook  
6 Farrugia, L.J The Synergy Between Dynamics and Reactivity at Clusters and Surfaces I04046 1995 eBook  
7 Kochanski, E Photoprocesses in Transition Metal Complexes, Biosystems and Other Molecules. Experiment and Theory I03254 1992 eBook  
8 Russo, N Metal-Ligand Interactions I02309 1996 eBook  
9 Krei??l, F.R Transition Metal Carbyne Complexes I02277 1993 eBook  
10 Martinho Sim??es, Jos?? A Energetics of Organometallic Species I02195 1992 eBook  
(page:1 / 2) [#11]    Next Page   Last Page 

1.    
No image available
TitleAlkyne???Based Nanostructures on Silver Substrates
Author(s)Hellwig, Raphael
PublicationCham, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer International Publishing, 2018.
DescriptionXV, 119 p. 44 illus., 43 illus. in color : online resource
Abstract NoteAcetylenic precursors are important reactants for creating carbon-based architectures via linkage reactions. While their capability of forming intermolecular bonds is well investigated in solution, very few systematic studies have been carried out to create alkyne-based nanostructures on metal substrates under ultra-high vacuum conditions. Synthesizing extended and regular carbon scaffolds requires a detailed knowledge of alkyne chemistry in order to control reaction pathways and limit unwanted side reactions. Using the bottom-up approach on metal surfaces, the author establishes protocols to fabricate regular architectures built up by the on-surface formation of selective organometallic and C-C bonds with thoughtfully designed alkyne-functionalized monomers. The structural and functional properties of the resulting organometallic and covalent nanostructures are characterized by means of scanning tunneling microscopy. The results open up new perspectives in the fields of heterogeneous catalysis and the on-surface synthesis of functional interfaces under mild reaction conditions
ISBN,Price9783030009977
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Materials???Surfaces 4. Nanoscale science 5. Nanoscale Science and Technology 6. NANOSCIENCE 7. Nanostructures 8. Organometallic Chemistry 9. Organometallic chemistry?? 10. Surfaces and Interfaces, Thin Films 11. THIN FILMS
Item TypeeBook
Multi-Media Links
Please Click here for eBook
Circulation Data
Accession#  Call#StatusIssued ToReturn Due On Physical Location
I09054     On Shelf    

2.     
No image available
TitleElectronic Structure of Metal Phthalocyanines on Ag(100)
Author(s)Krull, Cornelius
PublicationCham, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer International Publishing, 2014.
DescriptionXVII, 146 p. 81 illus., 54 illus. in color : online resource
Abstract NoteThe application of molecules in technological devices hinges on the proper understanding of their behavior on metallic electrodes or substrates. The intrinsic molecular electronic and magnetic properties are modified at a metallic interface, and greatly depend on the atomic configuration of the molecule-metal bond. This poses certain problems, such as the lack of reproducibility in the transport properties of molecular junctions, but also offers the possibility to induce new charge and spin configurations that are only present at the interface. The results presented in this thesis address this issue, providing a comprehensive overview of the influence of molecule-metal and molecule-molecule interactions on the electronic and magnetic properties of molecules adsorbed on metallic substrates. Using metal-phthalocyanines (MePc), a commonly used metal-organic complex as a model system, each chapter explores different aspects of the interaction with silver surfaces: the local adsorption geometry, self-assembly, the modifications of the electronic and magnetic characteristics due to hybridization and charge transfer, and finally the manipulation of molecular charge and spin states by electron doping using alkali atoms moved with the STM tip
ISBN,Price9783319026602
Keyword(s)1. Atomic, Molecular, Optical and Plasma Physics 2. ATOMS 3. EBOOK 4. EBOOK - SPRINGER 5. Electronic materials 6. Interfaces (Physical sciences) 7. MICROSCOPY 8. Optical and Electronic Materials 9. OPTICAL MATERIALS 10. Organometallic Chemistry 11. Organometallic chemistry?? 12. PHYSICS 13. SPECTROSCOPY 14. Spectroscopy and Microscopy 15. Surface and Interface Science, Thin Films 16. Surfaces (Physics) 17. THIN FILMS
Item TypeeBook
Multi-Media Links
Please Click here for eBook
Circulation Data
Accession#  Call#StatusIssued ToReturn Due On Physical Location
I08366     On Shelf    

3.     
No image available
TitleAdvances in Metal Carbene Chemistry
Author(s)Schubert, U
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1989.
DescriptionXXIV, 408 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThere are only few topics in organometallic chemistry, which have stimulated research activities in as many areas, as transition-metal carbene (alkylidene) complexes. About 25 years after the first planned synthesis of a carbene complex in E.O. Fischer's laboratory in Munich the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Transition-Metal Carbene Complexes was the first meeting which,brought together scientists from different disciplines to discuss inorganic, organic, theoretical structural catalysis-related aspects of metal carbene chemistry. The 70th birthday of Professor E.O. Fischer was a good occasion for this enterprise. The organizers of the meeting (K.D. Dotz, Marburg; F.R. KreiBl, Munchen; U. Schubert, Wurzburg) were encouraged by the fact that most of the leading scientists in this area were able to participate in the workshop. The very high standard of the contributions is reflected in this book, which contains papers from the majority of the participants. The Proceedings show the state of the art in metal carbene chemistry and will hopefully be a landmark in the development of this area of chemistry. Generous financial support for the workshop and for the preparation of this book was provided by the Scientific Affairs Division of NATO and some companies. The organizers also acknowledge the efforts of the staff of the Bildungs?? zentrum der Hans-Seidel-Stiftung in Wild bad Kreuth for creating a pleasant and stimulating atmosphere during the conference
ISBN,Price9789400923171
Keyword(s)1. Catalysis 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 5. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 6. Organometallic Chemistry 7. Organometallic chemistry?? 8. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
Item TypeeBook
Multi-Media Links
Please Click here for eBook
Circulation Data
Accession#  Call#StatusIssued ToReturn Due On Physical Location
I05372     On Shelf    

4.     
No image available
TitleOrganometallics of the f-Elements : Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute held at Sogesta, Urbino, Italy, September 11???22, 1978
Author(s)Marks
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1979.
DescriptionXV, 517 p : online resource
Abstract NoteWhile the organometallic chemistry of the d-block transition elements has been a flourishing field for the past 25 years, it has only been in the last several years that dramatic activity and progJ'ess has occurred in the area of lanthanide and actinide organometallic chemistry. The f. -element organometallic research effort has been truly multinational and multidisciplinary. In a large number of countries, sCientists have become increasingly interested in the synthesis, reactivity, spectroscopy, and the molecular and electronic structures of f-element organometallic compounds. The backgrounds of these scientists range from organic, inorganic, nuclear, and catalytic chemistry to chemical and nuclear physics. The motivations for the study of f-element organometallics have been equally varied. In the area of basic research, there has been a growing realization that the lanthanides and actinides represent two unique and, to a great extent, neglected families of elements in which many fascinating aspects of chemistry and bonding remain to be explored. On a more practical level, an increasing number of these elements play important roles in nuclear energy production and in industrial catalytic processes. It has become apparent that efficiency and safety in both areas could greatly benefit from increased knowledge. In the past there has been no suitable international forum available for bringing together researchers in the diverse areas of f-element organometallic science mentioned above
ISBN,Price9789400994546
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. Organometallic Chemistry 4. Organometallic chemistry??
Item TypeeBook
Multi-Media Links
Please Click here for eBook
Circulation Data
Accession#  Call#StatusIssued ToReturn Due On Physical Location
I05213     On Shelf    

5.     
No image available
TitleFundamental and Technological Aspects of Organo-f-Element Chemistry
Author(s)Marks, Tobin J;Fragal??, Ignazio L
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1985.
DescriptionXIV, 414 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThe past decade has seen a dramatic acceleration of activity and interest in phenomena surrounding lanthanide and actinide organo?? metallic compounds. Around the world, active research in organo-f?? element synthesis, chemistry, catalysis, crystallography, and quantum chemistry is in progress. This activity has spanned a remarkably wide range of disciplines, from synthetic/mechanistic inorganic and organic chemistry to radiochemistry, catalytic chemistry, spectroscopy (vibra?? tional, optical, magnetic resonance, photoelectron, Mossbauer), X-ray and neutron diffraction structural analysis, as well as to crystal field and molecular orbital theoretical studies at the interface of chemistry and physics. These investigations have been motivated both by fundamental and applied goals. The evidence that f-element organo?? metallic compounds have unique chemical and physical properties which cannot be duplicated by organometallic compounds of d-block elements has suggested many new areas of endeavor and application. For these reasons, a great many scientists felt the need for some international forum devoted exclusively to the subject of lanthanide and actinide organometallic compounds. In September of 1978, a NATO Advanced Study Institute entitled, "Organometallics of the f-Elements," was held at the SOGESTA Conference Center near Urbino, Italy. It was the universal feeling of the partic?? ipants that this first meeting was a great success and that vital international communication and collaboration had been stimulated. The principal lectures at this Institute were published by Reidel in 1979 as part of the NATO ASI Monograph Series ("Organometallics of the f-Elements," T. J. Marks and R. D. Fischer, editors)
ISBN,Price9789400954069
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 4. Organometallic Chemistry 5. Organometallic chemistry??
Item TypeeBook
Multi-Media Links
Please Click here for eBook
Circulation Data
Accession#  Call#StatusIssued ToReturn Due On Physical Location
I04362     On Shelf    

6.     
No image available
TitleThe Synergy Between Dynamics and Reactivity at Clusters and Surfaces
Author(s)Farrugia, L.J
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1995.
DescriptionVIII, 368 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThe analogy between the chemistry of molecular transition metal clusters and the processes of chemisorption and catalysis at metal surfaces (the Cluster Surface analogy) has for a number of years provided an interplay between experimental and theoretical inorganic and physical chemists. This collaborative approach has born fruit in the use of well defined modes of metal-ligand bonding in discrete molecular clusters, models for metal-ligand binding on surfaces. Some of the key topics discussed in The Synergy between Dynamics and Reactivity at Clusters and Surfaces are: (1) Mechanisms of the fluxional behaviour in clusters in the liquid phase and the connections with diffusion processes on extended surfaces. The role of metal-metal bond breaking in diffusion. (2) Analogies in the structure of chemisorbed species and related ligands on metallic clusters. (3) Analogies between benzene surface chemistry on extended metal surfaces and on metal surfaces in molecular cluster compounds with particular reference to structural distortions. (4) The role of mobile precursors for dissociation of chemisorption on extended metals and on clusters. Are there analogies in the ligand attachment during cluster compound synthesis? (5) The role of defect sites on metal surfaces in catalyzing chemical reactions and the connection to the special bonding properties of sites on metal clusters having lowest metal-metal coordination. (6) The size of metal clusters needed to mimic surface phenomena on bulk metal surfaces. Different sites needed for different phenomena
ISBN,Price9789401101332
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 4. Organometallic Chemistry 5. Organometallic chemistry?? 6. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
Item TypeeBook
Multi-Media Links
Please Click here for eBook
Circulation Data
Accession#  Call#StatusIssued ToReturn Due On Physical Location
I04046     On Shelf    

7.     
No image available
TitlePhotoprocesses in Transition Metal Complexes, Biosystems and Other Molecules. Experiment and Theory
Author(s)Kochanski, E
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1992.
DescriptionX, 449 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThe scope of this paper is to recall fundamental notions of the molecular spectroscopy and dynamics, necessary for discussion of photophysical and photochemical processes in condensed phases. We will thus treat in a more detailed way the specific features which are important for molecular systems strongly interacting with their environment. Other aspects such as the time evolution of isolated molecules, single-level excitation and state-to-state chemistry, important for the gas-phase photophysics are omitted. We start (Sec.2) with a brief description of radiative processes (light absorption and emission) in molecules. In the quantum-mechanical treatment of this problem, the appropriate basis is that of so-called zero-order states, corresponding to the traditional scheme of electronic states (singlets, doublets, triplets etc.) and vibrational levels belonging to each state. The important point will be deduction of selection rules for most radiative transitions. At this stage all molecular states are considered as stationary states. In order to treat the breakdown of simple selection rules and non-radiative transitions between individual molecular states, it is necessary to take into account the mechanisms coupling the zero-order states (Sec.3). We will first focus on intramolecular coupling effects and then discuss the solvent effects on intramolecular relaxation processes. The problem of the non-radiative transfer of the electronic energy between different molecules - closely related to that of the energy dissipation within a single molecule will be treated in Sec.4
ISBN,Price9789401126984
Keyword(s)1. EBOOK 2. EBOOK - SPRINGER 3. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 4. LIFE SCIENCES 5. Life Sciences, general 6. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 7. Organometallic Chemistry 8. Organometallic chemistry??
Item TypeeBook
Multi-Media Links
Please Click here for eBook
Circulation Data
Accession#  Call#StatusIssued ToReturn Due On Physical Location
I03254     On Shelf    

8.     
No image available
TitleMetal-Ligand Interactions : Structure and Reactivity
Author(s)Russo, N;Salahub, Dennis R
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1996.
DescriptionXIV, 552 p : online resource
Abstract NoteMetal-Ligand Interactions - Structure and Reactivity emphasizes the experimental determination of structure and dynamics, supported by the theoretical and computational approaches needed to establish the concepts and guide the experiments. Leading experts present masterly surveys of: clusters, inorganic complexes, surfaces, catalysis, ab initio theory, density functional theory,semiempirical methods, and dynamics. Besides the presentations of the fields of study themselves, the papers also bring out those aspects that impinge on, or could benefit from, progress in other disciplines. Refined in the fire of an interactive and stimulating conference, the papers presented here represent the state of the art of current research
ISBN,Price9789400901551
Keyword(s)1. Catalysis 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 5. Organometallic Chemistry 6. Organometallic chemistry?? 7. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY
Item TypeeBook
Multi-Media Links
Please Click here for eBook
Circulation Data
Accession#  Call#StatusIssued ToReturn Due On Physical Location
I02309     On Shelf    

9.     
No image available
TitleTransition Metal Carbyne Complexes
Author(s)Krei??l, F.R
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1993.
DescriptionXXII, 268 p : online resource
Abstract NoteThe chemistry of transition metal carbyne complexes has become a highly attractive field during the past twenty years. In recent years its application to aspects of catalysis and metathesis has gained considerable interest from inorganic as well as organic chemists. In addition, organic synthesis by means of metal carbon multiple bond reagents offers the most sophisticated technology currently available. In consideration of these developments some of Professor E. O. Fischer's former coworkers and colleagues felt obliged to orga?? nize this NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Transition Metal Carbyne Complexes in the Bavarian Alps. They have been encouraged by the fact that most of the distinguished scientists in the field of metal-carbon multiple bond chemistry had finally agreed to participate and to present stimulating lectures. The organizers of the workshop are deeply grateful to the Scientific Affairs Division of the NATO for the generous financial support of the meeting in Wildbad Kreuth and for the preparation of this book. They also feel indebted to acknowledge the generous support from Wacker-Chemie, BASF, Peroxid-Chemie, Hoechst and Bayer. Finally they thank the staff of the Hanns-Seidel-Stiftung in Wildbad Kreuth for providing a pleasant and stimu?? lating atmosphere during the meeting
ISBN,Price9789401116664
Keyword(s)1. Catalysis 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 5. ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 6. Organometallic Chemistry 7. Organometallic chemistry?? 8. PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY 9. Polymer Sciences 10. Polymers????
Item TypeeBook
Multi-Media Links
Please Click here for eBook
Circulation Data
Accession#  Call#StatusIssued ToReturn Due On Physical Location
I02277     On Shelf    

10.    
No image available
TitleEnergetics of Organometallic Species
Author(s)Martinho Sim??es, Jos?? A
PublicationDordrecht, 1. Imprint: Springer 2. Springer Netherlands, 1992.
DescriptionXII, 442 p : online resource
Abstract NoteAn overview of modern organometallic thermochemistry, made by some of the most active scientists in the area, is offered in this book. The contents correspond to the seventeen lectures delivered at the NATO ASI Energetics of Organometallic Species (Curia, Portugal, September 1991), plus three other invited contributions from participants of that summer school. These papers reflect a variety of research interests, and discuss results obtained with several techniques. It is therefore considered appropriate to add a few preliminary words, attempting to bring some unity out of that diversity. In the first three chapters, results obtained by classical calorimetric methods are described. Modern organometallic thermochemistry started in Manchester, with Henry Skinner, and his pioneering work is briefly surveyed in the first chapter. The historical perspective is followed by a discussion of a very actual issue: the trends of stepwise bond dissociation enthalpies. Geoff Pilcher, another Manchester thermochemist, makes, in chapter 2, a comprehensive and authoritative survey of problems found in the most classical of thermochemical techniques - combustion calorimetr- applied to organometallic compounds. Finally, results from another classical technique, reaction-solution calorimetry, are reviewed in the third chapter, by Tobin Marks and coworkers. More than anybody else, Tobin Marks has used thermochemical values to define synthetic strategies for organometallic compounds, thus indicating an application of thermochemical data of which too little use has been made so far
ISBN,Price9789401124669
Keyword(s)1. CHEMICAL ENGINEERING 2. EBOOK 3. EBOOK - SPRINGER 4. Industrial Chemistry/Chemical Engineering 5. INORGANIC CHEMISTRY 6. Organometallic Chemistry 7. Organometallic chemistry??
Item TypeeBook
Multi-Media Links
Please Click here for eBook
Circulation Data
Accession#  Call#StatusIssued ToReturn Due On Physical Location
I02195     On Shelf    

(page:1 / 2) [#11]    Next Page   Last Page