Philip Power at 65: an icon of organometallic chemistry

Professor Philip P. Power (University of California, Davis) turned 65 in April 2018 and in honour of this anniversary and his immense influence on the field of organometallic chemistry we’re pleased to introduce a new cross-journal themed collection

Guest edited by Roland C. Fischer, Michael S. Hill, and David J. Liptrot, the collection brings together 27 of Professor Power’s key RSC papers with specially commissioned work for Dalton Transactions and Chem. Commun. by over 45 by his coworkers and protégés.

Read the editorial, in which the guest editors give an overview of Professor Power’s career and highlight some of his contributions to the study of low coordinate systems, multiple bonding, small molecule activation, and London dispersion forces, or read on to check out some of the many hot articles inspired by his work.

 

1,3,2-Diazaborole-derived carbene complexes of boron

Dalton Trans., 2018,47, 41-44
10.1039/C7DT04079B

 

1,3,2-Diazaborole-derived carbene complexes of boron were synthesized via 1,2-hydrogen migration.

 

 

A snapshot of inorganic Janovsky complex analogues featuring a nucleophilic boron center

 

Chem. Commun., 2017,53, 12734-12737
10.1039/C7CC07616A

The addition of phenyl lithium (PhLi) to an aromatic 1,3,2,5-diazadiborinine (1) afforded isolable ionic species 2, which can be deemed as an inorganic analogue of a Janovsky complex.

 

Neutral two-dimensional organometallic–organic hybrid polymers based on pentaphosphaferrocene, bipyridyl linkers and CuCl

Dalton Trans., 2018,47, 1014-1017
10.1039/C7DT04286H
 

The reaction of the Pn ligand complex [Cp*Fe(η5-P5)] (1: Cp* = η5-C5Me5) with CuCl in the presence of 4,4′-bipyridine or 1,2-di(4-pyridyl)ethylene leads to the formation of three unprecedented neutral 2D organometallic–organic hybrid networks.

 

 

C–H and H–H activation at a di-titanium centre

 

Chem. Commun., 2017,53, 13117-13120
10.1039/C7CC07726B

An NHC promotes intramolecular C–H activation in bis(pentalene)dititanium; this process is reversed by the addition of hydrogen, forming a dihydride.

 

Divergent reactivity of nucleophilic 1-bora-7a-azaindenide anions

Dalton Trans., 2018,47, 734-741
10.1039/C7DT04350C
 

The reactions of 1-bora-7a-azaindenide anions, prepared in moderate to excellent yields by reduction of the appropriate 1-bora-7a-azaindenyl chlorides with KC8 in THF, with alkyl halides and carbon dioxide were studied.

 

 

Carbodiimides as catalysts for the reduction of a cadmium hydride complex

 

Chem. Commun., 2018,54, 460-462
10.1039/C7CC08393A

A rare terminal cadmium hydride complex has been synthesised. Reduction to the cadmium(I) dimer complex was achieved upon treatment with carbodiimides.

All articles in this collection will be free to access until the 19th of June. 

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Jillian L Dempsey – 2018 Winner of the Dalton Transactions UC Berkeley Lectureship!

The 2018 awardee of the Dalton Transactions University of California, Berkeley Lectureship is Professor Jillian L Dempsey, at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Lecture recognizes independent early career researchers who have made a significant contribution to the field of inorganic chemistry.

The recipient of this award receives the opportunity to present at UC Berkeley, a plaque, a $500 award, an honorary dinner and an invitation to publish in Dalton Transactions.

Jillian Dempsey (center) receiving her award plaque from Dalton Transactions Editorial Board Chair John Arnold (left) and Executive Editor Andrew Shore (right)

Professor Dempsey’s lecture was entitled Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer Processes Underpinning the Production of Renewable Fuels:

Abstract: The conversion of energy-poor feedstocks like water and carbon dioxide into energy-rich fuels involves multi-electron, multi-proton transformations. In order to develop catalysts that can mediate fuel production with optimum energy efficiency, this complex proton-electron reactivity must be carefully considered. Using a combination of electrochemical methods and time-resolved spectroscopy, we have revealed new details of how molecular catalysts mediate the reduction of protons to dihydrogen and the experimental parameters that dictate catalyst kinetics and mechanism. Through these studies, we are revealing opportunities to promote, control and modulate the proton-coupled electron transfer reaction pathways of catalysts. 

 

Jillian began her career with a degree at MIT, with undergraduate research supervised by Daniel G. Nocera, and went on to do a PhD with Harry Gray at Caltech. This was followed by a post-doc with Daniel R Gamelin before she began her independent career at UNC.

We spoke to Professor Dempsey about what drew her to a career in research:

“I love the flexibility of the job and the opportunity to pursue whatever I’m most excited or interested about, including incredibly fundamental science. I also love the camaraderie of the academic community– and having mentors and role models around the country. It motivates me to pursue the best science possible!”

And when asked about the secret behind her successful publication record, she had this advice to offer:

“Take constructive criticism seriously– my best papers are the ones that were rejected first, or had the longest reviews to contend with upon submission. Also– present your unpublished work at conferences and to visiting seminar speakers! It helps you practice telling the story, realize and articulate impact, and get helpful feedback that helps shape the final thrusts of a project.”

 

Previous awardees include Kit Cummins, John Hartwig, Geoff Coates, Paul Chirik, Dan Mindiola, Teri Odom, Daniel Gamelin, Trevor Hayton, Christine Thomas, Mircea Dinca, and Alison Fout.

An online collection of recent Dalton Transactions papers by recipients of the prize can be found here.

Graphical abstract of Jillian L Dempsey’s recent publication in Dalton Transactions. DOI: 10.1039/c6dt00302h  

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Congratulations to the prize winners at the EWPC!

Last month saw the occasion of the 15th European Workshop in Phosphorus Chemistry (EWPC). Hosted by Andreas Orthaber and Editorial Board member Sascha Ott at Uppsala University, and Chris Slootweg at University of Amsterdam, the workshop featured internationally renowned keynote speakers alongside a large number of speaking slots reserved for PhD students. 

The event was a huge success, and Dalton Transactions & Wiley were on hand to offer awards to exceptional early career researchers.

Dalton Transactions Award for Best Chair:

Tobias Eder (University of Muenster)

 

 

 

Dalton Transactions Outstanding Oral Presentations:

Gabriele Hierlmeier (University of Regensburg)

Zita Radai (Budapest University of Technology and Economics)

 

 

Dalton Transactions Outstanding Poster Presentation:

Pawel Löwe (University of Muenster)

 

 

Wiley Outstanding Poster Presentation: 

Nicolas D’Imperio (Uppsala University)

We’d like to offer all a hearty congratulations to all prize winners. For more information about the event, including photos of the award presentations, see the event webpages:

http://www.kemi.uu.se/ewpc15/ 

 

 

  

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Outstanding Reviewers for Dalton Transactions in 2017

We are delighted to highlight the Outstanding Reviewers for Dalton Transactions in 2017, as selected by the editorial team, for their significant contribution to the journal. The reviewers have been chosen based on the quantity, quality and timeliness of the reports completed over the last 12 months.

A big thank you to those individuals listed here as well as to all of the reviewers that have supported the journal. Each Outstanding Reviewer will receive a certificate to give recognition for their significant contribution.

Dr Ilich Ibarra, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, ORCID: 0000-0002-8573-8033
Dr Ryuta Ishikawa, Fukuoka University, ORCID: 0000-0002-1279-6283
Dr Jason Lynam, University of York
Dr Tatjana Parac-Vogt, KU Leuven, ORCID: 0000-0002-6188-3957
Dr Spyros Perlepes, University of Patras, ORCID: 0000-0002-3378-6228
Dr Dawid Pinkowicz, Jagiellonian University, ORCID: 0000-0002-9958-3116
Dr Fabrice Pointillart, University of Rennes 1, ORCID: 0000-0001-7601-1927
Dr Wei Shi, Nankai University, ORCID: 0000-0001-6130-1227
Dr Stefano Stagni, University of Bologna, ORCID: 0000-0002-7260-4845
Dr Wei-Yin Sun, Nanjing University, ORCID: 0000-0001-8966-9728      

Thank you to the Dalton Transactions board and the Inorganic community for their continued support of the journal, as authors, reviewers and readers.

 

If you would like to become a reviewer for our journal, just email us with details of your research interests and an up-to-date CV or résumé.  You can find more details in our author and reviewer resource centre

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Register now for the Silicon Nanoparticles workshop!

Registration is now open for the Silicon Nanoparticles workshop in Bertinoro, Italy, 1-3 October 2018. Visit the website for more details. 

 

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Register Now for the 7th EuCheMS Conference on Nitrogen Ligands!

 

Registration is now open for this year’s EuCheMS conference on nitrogen ligands – being held in Lisbon, September 4th – 7th. Find out more, with details for registration and abstract submission, at the website:

 

http://n-ligands2018.com/

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Read our most cited articles on Organometallic Chemistry from 2017!

The study of organometallic compounds continues to push the boundaries of coordination chemistry, exploring the bonding and electronic structures of metals in unusual oxidation states, developing new ligands with unique binding motifs, and offering insights into related fields such as catalysis, bioinorganic, and single molecule magnetism. Here are some of the highest cited papers on organometallic chemistry from Dalton Transactions in 2017.

 

Most Cited Articles:

This original research is off to a great start, as some of our most cited work these papers and communications are already being recognized by the organometallic chemistry community.

 

Palladacycles of sulfated and selenated Schiff bases of ferrocene-carboxaldehyde as catalysts for O-arylation and Suzuki–Miyaura coupling

Alpesh K. Sharma, Hemant Joshi, Renu Bhaskar, Satyendra Kumara and Ajai K. Singh

Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 2485-2496 

DOI: 10.1039/C7DT00083A

 

Palladacycles of Schiff-bases having a ferrocene core catalyze O-arylation of ArBr and Suzuki–Miyaura coupling of ArBr/Cl with a yield up to 93%.

 

 

Bifunctional colorimetric chemosensing of fluoride and cyanide ions by nickel-POCOP pincer receptors

María K. Salomón-Flores, Iván J. Bazany-Rodríguez, Diego Martínez-Otero, Marco A. García-Eleno, Jorge J. Guerra-García, David Morales-Morales and Alejandro Dorazco-González

Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 4950-4959

DOI: 10.1039/C6DT04897H

 

Ni(II)-POCOP pincer complexes [NiCl{C6H2-4-OH-2,6-(OPR2)2}] (R = Ph (1), tBu (2), iPr (3)) were studied as bifunctional molecular sensors for inorganic anions.

 

   

 

Unsymmetrical NCN-pincer mononuclear and dinuclear nickel(II) complexes of N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC): synthesis, structure and catalysis for Suzuki–Miyaura cross-coupling

Shaojin Gu, Jiehao Du, Jingjing Huang, Yun Guo, Ling Yang, Weilin Xu and Wanzhi Chen

Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 586-594

DOI: 10.1039/C6DT03944H

 

Both two rare [(NHC)2Ni2-OH] type complexes and pincer-type [(NCNHCN)Ni-Cl] complexes were synthesized using the same synthetic methodology by slight modulation of the N-substituents on the N-heterocyclic carbene ring.

   

 

Most Cited Reviews:

These Frontier and Perspective articles are receiving a lot of attention online, reviewing the advances and trends that are making waves in the organometallic chemistry community.

 

A unified ligand electronic parameter based on 13C NMR spectroscopy of N-heterocyclic carbene complexes

Qiaoqiao Teng and Han Vinh Huynh

 

   Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 614-627

DOI: 10.1039/C6DT04222H

 

The donor strengths of various mono- and bidentate ligands can be easily compared on a unified 13C NMR spectroscopic scale.

 

Alkynyl-protected gold and gold–silver nanoclusters

Zhen Lei, Xian-Kai Wan, Shang-Fu Yuan, Jia-Qi Wanga and Quan-Ming Wang

 

   Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 628-631 

DOI: 10.1039/C6DT03687B

 

The latest advances involving the use of copper(I)–NHC complexes as NHC transfer agents are described.

 

Synthesis of vanadium–alkylidene complexes and their use as catalysts for ring opening metathesis polymerization

Kotohiro Nomura and Xiaohua Hou

 

  Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 12-24

DOI: 10.1039/C6DT03757G

 

Synthesis of vanadium–alkylidene complexes and some reactions have been reviewed; highly active, thermally robust, cis specific ROMP of cyclic olefins has been attained by ligand modification in (imido)vanadium(V)–alkylidene catalysts.

 

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Read our most cited articles on coordination chemistry from 2017!

Coordination Chemistry is one of the cornerstones of inorganic chemistry. Novel combinations of metals and ligands can reveal interesting features of both, and result in complexes with new reactivity and magnetic or spectroscopic properties. Here are some of the highest cited papers on coordination chemistry from Dalton Transactions in 2017.

 

Most Cited Articles:

This original research is off to a great start, as some of our most cited work these papers and communications are already being recognized by the coordination chemistry community.

 

A multi-responsive luminescent sensor for organic small-molecule pollutants and metal ions based on a 4d–4f metal–organic framework

Huili Ma, Lu Wang, Jinghuo Chen, Xuejing Zhang, Liang Wang, Na Xu, Guangming Yang and Peng Cheng

Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 3526-3534

DOI: 10.1039/C7DT00159B

 

A multi-responsive luminescent sensor for organic small-molecule pollutants and metal ions based on a metal–organic framework is reported.

 

 

3D oxalato-bridged lanthanide(III) MOFs with magnetocaloric, magnetic and photoluminescence properties

Muhammad Nadeem Akhtar, Yan-Cong Chen, Murad A. AlDamen and Ming-Liang Tong

Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 116-124

DOI: 10.1039/C6DT03843C

 

Four isostructural 3D lanthanide(III) metal–organic frameworks with the general formula (H6edte)0.5[LnIII(ox)2(H2O)] (Ln = Gd (1), Tb (2), Dy (3) and Ho (4); H4edte = N,N,N′,N′-tetrakis(2-hydroxyethyl)ethylenediamine) and ox = oxalate have been synthesized from oxalate.

   

 

Transitions of two magnetic interaction states in dinuclear Dy(III) complexes via subtle structural variations

Kun Zhang, Dan Liu, Veacheslav Vieru, Lei Hou, Bin Cui, Fu-Sheng Guo, Liviu F. Chibotaru and Yao-Yu Wang

Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 638-642

DOI: 10.1039/C6DT04490E

 

Herein we explored the transitions of two magnetic interaction states (antiferromagnetic or ferromagnetic) upon structural variations in two dinuclear Dy(III) complexes.

 

 

Most Cited Reviews:

These Frontier and Perspective articles are receiving a lot of attention online, reviewing the advances and trends that are making waves in the coordination chemistry community.

 

Actinide ion extraction using room temperature ionic liquids: opportunities and challenges for nuclear fuel cycle applications

Prasanta Kumar Mohapatra

 

  Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 1730-1747

DOI: 10.1039/C6DT04898F

 

Studies on the extraction of actinide ions from radioactive wastes have great relevance in nuclear fuel cycle activities, mainly in the back end processes focused on reprocessing and waste management.

 

Alkynyl-protected gold and gold–silver nanoclusters

Zhen Lei, Xian-Kai Wan, Shang-Fu Yuan, Jia-Qi Wanga and Quan-Ming Wang

 

  Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 3427-3434

DOI: 10.1039/C6DT04763G

 

Alkynyl-protected coinage metal nanoclusters show new structural features and have interesting luminescence properties and catalytic behavior.

 

 

Hydroxo-bridged diiron(III) and dimanganese(III) bisporphyrins: modulation of metal spins by counter anions

Firoz Shah Tuglak Khan, Tapas Guchhait, Sujit Sasmal and Sankar Prasad Rath

 

   

Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 1012-1037

DOI: 10.1039/C6DT03829H

 

A brief account has been presented on how the inter-heme interactions in μ-hydroxo diiron(III) bisporphyrins and counter anions can induce significant change in the structure and properties including the iron spin state without affecting the overall topology.

 

 

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Read our most impactful Inorganic Materials papers of 2017!

Inorganic materials and nanoparticles are being applied to many of the most pressing challenges facing humanity in the 21st century. They are currently being investigated for their applications in batteries, solar cells, photocatalysts for water splitting and pollutant degradation, and medical theragnostics. Here are some of the most impactful papers in solid state inorganic chemistry from Dalton Transactions in 2017.

 

Most Downloaded Reviews:

These Frontier and Perspective articles are receiving a lot of attention online, reviewing the advances and trends that are making waves in the solid-state inorganic chemistry community.

 

Thioborates: potential nonlinear optical materials with rich structural chemistry 

Yu-kun Lian, Li-Ming Wu and Ling Chen

Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 4134-4147

DOI: 10.1039/C6DT04767J

 

This review summarizes thioborates and their structural motifs ranging from zero-dimension to three-dimension. The most commonly observed building units of these examples are planar-triangle BS3 and tetrahedron BS4. Thioborates possess advantages with respect to their structural diversity, optical nonlinearity, laser-induced damage threshold and transparency range, and represent potentially a rich supply of new nonlinear optical materials.

 

 

A chemical approach to perovskite solar cells: control of electron-transporting mesoporous TiO2 and utilization of nanocarbon materials

Tomokazu Umeyama and Hiroshi Imahori

Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 15615-15627

DOI: 10.1039/C7DT02421E

 

This Perspective highlights recent chemical approaches to perovskite solar cells, including the control of electron-transporting mesoporous TiO2 and the utilization of nanocarbon materials.

   

 

Engineering transition metal phosphide nanomaterials as highly active electrocatalysts for water splitting

Yanmei Shi and Bin Zhang

Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 16770-16773

DOI: 10.1039/C7DT03648E

 

This Frontier article will highlight recent advances in engineering the composition and structure of TMPs for higher water electrolysis performances.

   

 

Most Cited Articles:

This original research is off to a great start, as some of our most cited work these papers and communications are already being recognized by the nanomaterials and solid-state chemistry community.

 

Novel p–n heterojunction BiOI/CeO2photocatalyst for wider spectrum visible-light photocatalytic degradation of refractory pollutants

Xiao-Ju Wen, Cheng-Gang Niu, Lei Zhang and Guang-Ming Zeng

 

  Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 4982-4993

DOI: 10.1039/C7DT00106A

 

A novel BiOI/CeO2 photocatalyst with high photocatalytic performance was successfully synthesized via a facile in situ precipitation method. The enhanced photocatalytic performance is ascribed to the formation of a p–n junction, which promotes carrier separation.

 

All-inorganic perovskite quantum dot/mesoporous TiO2 composite-based photodetectors with enhanced performance

Lin Zhou, Kai Yu, Fan Yang, Jun Zheng, Yuhua Zuo, Chuanbo Li, Buwen Cheng and Qiming Wang

  Dalton Trans., 2017, 46, 1766-1769

DOI: 10.1039/C6DT04758K

 

Herein, we evaluated an all-inorganic perovskite based MSM photodetector employing a bilayer composite film of mp-TiO2 and CsPbBr3 quantum dots as a photosensitizer.

 

 

 

Na2.32Co1.84(SO4)3 as a new member of the alluaudite family of high-voltage sodium battery cathodes

Debasmita Dwibedi, Ritambhara Gond, Allumolu Dayamani, Rafael B. Araujo, Sudip Chakraborty, Rajeev Ahuja and Prabeer Barpanda

  Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 55-63

DOI: 10.1039/C6DT03767D

 

A novel alluaudite, Na2+2xCo2−x(SO4)3, has been unveiled as a potential high-voltage (ca. 4.8–5.8 V) sodium battery cathode demonstrating antiferromagnetic ordering.

 

 

 

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Top Inorganic Chemistry reviews of 2017!

It is that time again when we take a look back at the work published in the previous year and how it is being received by the Inorganic Chemistry community. These Perspective and Frontier articles are among our top cited and downloaded review articles of 2017 providing valuable insight into the latest advances and trends for the community.

The full list of Perspective and Frontier articles published in 2017 can be found here.

Luminescent rare-earth-based MOFs as optical sensors

Partha Mahata, Sudip Kumar Mondal, Debal Kanti Singha and Prakash Majee

Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 301-328

This perspective article highlights the basics and applications of luminescence-based sensing of hazardous chemicals, pH, and temperature using rare-earth-based metal–organic frameworks.

Functional metallosupramolecular architectures using 1,2,3-triazole ligands: it’s as easy as 1,2,3 “click”

Roan A. S. Vasdev, Dan Preston and James D. Crowley

Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 2402-2414

Self-assembled metallosupramolecular architectures generated using “click” ligands have become an increasingly popular area of inorganic chemistry.

Alkynyl-protected gold and gold–silver nanoclusters  

Zhen Lei, Xian-Kai Wan, Shang-Fu Yuan, Jia-Qi Wang and Quan-Ming Wang

Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 3427-3434

Alkynyl-protected coinage metal nanoclusters show new structural features and have interesting luminescence properties and catalytic behavior.

Copper(I)–NHC complexes as NHC transfer agents

Fady Nahra, Alberto Gómez-Herrera and Catherine S. J. Cazin

Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 628-631

The latest advances involving the use of copper(I)–NHC complexes as NHC transfer agents are described.

Generalization of the Tolman electronic parameter: the metal–ligand electronic parameter and the intrinsic strength of the metal–ligand bond

Dieter Cremer and Elfi Kraka

Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 8323-8338

Dieter Cremer and Elfi Kraka

The MLEP is a new, generally applicable measure of the metal–ligand bond strength based on vibrational spectroscopy, replacing the TEP.

 

β-Diketiminate complexes of the first row transition metals: applications in catalysis

R.L. Webster

Dalton Trans., 2017,46, 4483-4498

Although β-diketiminate complexes have been widely explored in stoichiometric studies, their use as catalysts is largely underdeveloped.

 

 

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