Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Complexes of Carbon Monoxide and Its Relatives #chempaperaday 248

This is a review article written for the 100th year anniversary of the synthesis of nickel tetracarbonyl. The author is one of the greatest chemists ever (IMO) Helmut Werner. I will probably write another post focused on his research and contributions to let people know what he did.

Since the article is about CO complexes, here you can read more about CO analogues and isoelectronic ligands and their coordination properties. It looks like it's open access, so I hope everyone will be able to read it. A fantastic review of coordination chemistry of CO and its analogues with a lot of historically important names and papers.

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