DescriptionThis series provides a useful, applications-oriented forum for the next generation of macromolecules and materials. The fifth volume in this series provides useful descriptions of the transition metals and their applications. Transition Metals are covered in 2 volumes, the second part is covered in Volume 6.
1. Introduction to Metal-Coordination Polymers. (Charles E. Carraher Jr., Charles U. Pittman Jr., and Alaa S. Abd-El-Axix).
2. Synthetic Strategies for Inert Metal-Skeletal Polymers. (Ronald D. Archer).
3. Metallo-Supramolecular Polymers: Synthesis, Material Properties, and Potential Future Applications. (Stefan Schmatloch, Harald Hofmeier, and UlrichS. Schubert).
4. Coordination/Organometallic Oligomers and Polymers of Palladium and Platinum: Focus on Metal-Containing Backbone. (Pierre D. Harvey).
5. Metal-Containing Polymers for Optoelectronic Applications. (Wai Kin Chan).
6. Novel Polyphenylazomethine Dendrimer Complexes for Fine-Controlled Metallorganic Hybrid Materials. (Kimihisa Yamamoto and Masayoshi Higuchi).
7. Structural Diversity, Physical Properties, and Applications of Cyanometalate Coordination Polymers. (Julie Lefebvre and Daniel B. Leznoff).
8. Metal Conjugates with Redox-Active Conjugated Polymers or Molecules. (Toshikazu Hirao)
9. Catalytic Activity of Macromolecules Obtained from Metal-Containing Monomers. (Piero Mastrorilli and Cosimo Francesco Nobile).
10. Organometalloligands as Components in Supramolecular Coordination Networks. (Moonhyun Oh, Jeffrey A. Reingold, and Dwight A. Sweigart).
11. Metal Complexes of Conjugated Polymers and Related Polymers. (Takakazu Yamanoto and Hiroki Fukumoto).
12. Polyamides Containing Metals. (Issifu I. Harruna and Odessa N. Petzold).
13. Ruthenium-Containing Polymers for Solar Energy Conversion. (Charles E. Carraher Jr. and Amanda Taylor Murphy).
14. Uranium-Containing Polymers. (Charles E. Carraher Jr.).
""..a useful overview of the modern chemistry of metal-coordination polymers. It will be of interest to many inorganic coordination chemists...as well as to polymer and materials scientists…"" (Polymer News, November 2005)