ISBN-10:
0471971146
ISBN-13:
9780471971146
Pub. Date:
02/17/2006
Publisher:
Wiley
Inorganic Electronic Structure and Spectroscopy: Applications and Case Studies / Edition 1

Inorganic Electronic Structure and Spectroscopy: Applications and Case Studies / Edition 1

by Edward I. Solomon, A. B. P. Lever

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ISBN-13: 9780471971146
Publisher: Wiley
Publication date: 02/17/2006
Pages: 658
Product dimensions: 6.08(w) x 9.35(h) x 1.25(d)

About the Author

Edward I. Solomon is a Monroe E. Spaght Professor ofChemistry at the Standford University Department ofChemistry.  He received his BS in 1968 from  RensselaerUniversity, and his Ph.D. in 1972 from Princeton University. His research emphasizes the detailed application of a wide varietyof spectroscopic methods combined with molecular orbitalcalculations to probe the electronic structure of a transitionmetal complex and its relation to physical properties andreactivity. Three areas of physical-inorganic and bioinorganicchemistry are of general interest: chemical and spectroscopicstudies of metalloprotein active sites, detailed spectroscopic andelectronic structure studies of high symmetry transition metalcomplexes, and  development of synchroton spectroscopies (atSSRL) to solve important problems in inorganicchemistry.  Professor Solomon is an Alfred P. SloanFoundation Fellow, 1976-79, an Associate Editor for InorganicChemistry, and has received a number of other honors throughouthis career.

Alfred Barry P. Lever is a Distinguished ResearchProfessor (Emeritus) in the Department of Chemistry at YorkUniversity in Toronto.  He received his Ph.D. in 1960, fromthe Imperial College of Science and Technology in London.  Heis the Founding Editor of the journal Coordination ChemistryReviews.   This journal offers rapid publication ofreview articles on topics of current interest and importance incoordination chemistry, which includes aspects of organometallic,theoretical and bioinorganic chemistry.  Professor Lever was,amongst other things, a Killam Research Fellow from 2000 through2002, and was the 2002 recipient of the prestigious Linstead Awardfor Career Achievements in Phthalocyanine Chemistry.

Table of Contents

Preface.

Contributors, Volume II.

Contents, Volume I.

Contributors, Volume I.

1. Bioinorganic Spectroscopy (E. Solomon & M. Hanson).

2. Electron-Transfer Reaction Rate Theory (D. Richardson).

3. Mixed Valence (P. Schatz).

4. Electrochemistry, Charge transfer Spectroscopy, andElectronic Structure (A. Lever & E. Dodsworth).

5. The Photophysics and Photochemistry of Coordination Compounds(J. Endicott). 

6. Multiple Metal-Metal Bonds (V. Miskowski, et al.).

7. Transition Metal Nitrosyls (B. Westcott & J.Enemark).

8. Electronic Structure of Heme Sites (G.Loew).

9. Characterization of the Electronic Structure of TransitionMetal Carbonyls and Metallocenes (N. Gruhn & D.Lichtenberger).

10. Spin Transition in Iron (II) Compounds (P.Gütlich, et al.).

11. Neutron and Optical Spectra of Magnetically Ordered Crystals(P. Day).

Index.

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