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Dalton turns 50 – celebrating our board members past and present

We are delighted to announce our new themed collection: Dalton turns 50 – celebrating our board members past and present.

2021 is a huge milestone for Dalton Transactions – the publication of its 50th volume! Since its launch in 1972—then named Journal of the Chemical Society, Dalton Transactions—the journal has published over 45,000 articles featuring contributions from over 100 countries across six continents. Dalton Transactions is a truly international journal with an international readership and this global reach is a result of the work of our many editorial and advisory board members over the years.

This themed collection, part of our 50th volume celebrations, celebrates the high quality research published in Dalton Transactions authored by our board members past and present. The breadth and diversity of the field of inorganic chemistry is illustrated by this collection, as well as the new avenues being explored. This collection is guest edited by our current Dalton Transactions Editorial Board Chair, Professor Russell Morris (University of St Andrews), and the Executive Editor, Dr Andrew Shore (Royal Society of Chemistry).

See the full collection as it grows on our collection webpage, and check out a selection of articles below:


 

 

The influence of alkyl chains on the performance of DSCs employing iron(II) N-heterocyclic carbene sensitizers (Open Access)

Mariia Becker, Vanessa Wyss, Catherine E. Housecroft and Edwin C. Constable*
Dalton Trans., 2021, 50, 16961-16969

 

 

 

Graphical abstract: Selective construction and stability studies of a molecular trefoil knot and Solomon link

 

Selective construction and stability studies of a molecular trefoil knot and Solomon link

Li-Long Dang,* Ting-Ting Li, Zheng Cui, Dong Sui, Lu-Fang Ma and Guo-Xin Jin*
Dalton Trans., 2021, 50, 16984-16989

 

 

Graphical abstract: Getting a lead on Pb2+-amide chelators for 203/212Pb radiopharmaceuticalsGetting a lead on Pb2+-amide chelators for 203/212Pb radiopharmaceuticals

Aidan Ingham, Thomas I. Kostelnik, Brooke L. McNeil, Brian O. Patrick, Neha Choudhary,  María de Guadalupe Jaraquemada-Peláez and Chris Orvig*
Dalton Trans., 2021, 50, 11579-11595

 

 

Graphical abstract: Reactivity of a T-shaped cobalt(i) pincer-complex

 

Reactivity of a T-shaped cobalt(I) pincer-complex

Regina Matveeva, Clemens K. Blasius, Hubert Wadepohl and Lutz H. Gade*
Dalton Trans., 2021, 50, 6802-6810

 

 

Graphical abstract: From polygons to polyhedra through intermediate structures. A shape measures study of six-atom inorganic rings and clusters

 

From polygons to polyhedra through intermediate structures. A shape measures study of six-atom inorganic rings and clusters (Open Access)

Santiago Alvarez
Dalton Trans., 2021, 50, 17101-17119

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Tin: Modern chemistry of an element from antiquity

We are delighted to announce our new themed collection on Tin: Modern chemistry of an element from antiquity.

This themed collection is part of our 50th volume celebrations and focuses on the inorganic, metal-organic and organometallic chemistry of the heavier Group 14 element, tin, as the 50th element in the periodic table.

As an element, tin has been exploited by humanity for over 5000 years, since it was realised that its alloy with copper provided an even more durable material, bronze. In more recent times, and throughout the half century of Dalton Transactions, tin has played, and continues to occupy, a central role in the development of many of our current perspectives on the bonding and application of the whole gamut of main group element chemistry.

Guest edited by Professor Mike Hill (University of Bath) and Professor John McGrady (University of Oxford), this collection of reports reflects our prevailing interest in an element that has played a central role not only in the development of modern chemistry but in human history. Both of the commonly accessible (II) and (IV) oxidation states are represented by this compendium of reports, which span fundamental studies of bonding and structure to emerging applications in small molecule activation, catalysis and materials science.

Professor Mike Hill

Professor John McGrady

See the full collection as it grows on our collection webpage, and check out a selection of articles below:


Graphical abstract: Reactions of a diborylstannylene with CO2 and N2O: diboration of carbon dioxide by a main group bis(boryl) complex

Reactions of a diborylstannylene with CO2 and N2O: diboration of carbon dioxide by a main group bis(boryl) complex

Andrey V. Protchenko, M. Ángeles Fuentes, Jamie Hicks,  Caitilín McManus, Rémi Tirfoin and Simon Aldridge*
Dalton Trans., 2021, 50, 9059-9067

 

 

Graphical abstract: Tin(iv) fluoride complexes with neutral phosphine coordination and comparisons with hard N- and O-donor ligands

Tin(IV) fluoride complexes with neutral phosphine coordination and comparisons with hard N- and O-donor ligands

Rhys P. King, Madeleine S. Woodward,  Julian Grigg, Graeme McRobbie, William Levason and Gillian Reid*
Dalton Trans., 2021, 50, 14400-14410

 

 

 

Graphical abstract: Hydroboration of carbonyls and imines by an iminophosphonamido tin(ii) precatalystHydroboration of carbonyls and imines by an iminophosphonamido tin(II) precatalyst

Kazuki Nakaya, Shintaro Takahashi, Akihiko Ishii, Kajjana Boonpalit, Panida Surawatanawong* and Norio Nakata*
Dalton Trans., 2021, 50, 14810-14819

 

 

 

Graphical abstract: Bulky arene-bridged bis(amide) and bis(amidinate) complexes of germanium(ii) and tin(ii)Bulky arene-bridged bis(amide) and bis(amidinate) complexes of germanium(II) and tin(II)

Palak Garg, Deepak Dange and Cameron Jones*
Dalton Trans., 2021, 50, 9118-9122

 

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Dalton Transactions New Talent: Americas

We are very pleased to present the final themed issue of 2020 entitled New Talent: Americas.

This themed issue reflects the strength and vitality of inorganic chemistry in the Americas and is guest-edited by Professors Georgii Nikonov (Brock University, Canada), Neal Mankad (University of Illinois at Chicago, USA), and Ana Maria da Costa Ferreira (University of São Paulo, Brazil). The emerging new talent from across the Americas is showcased from a broad spectrum of inorganic chemistry and highlights new perspectives on the subject.

A few select examples of the articles in this collection are shown below and are all free to access until January 15th 2021.

 

The chemical and physical properties of tetravalent lanthanides: Pr, Nd, Tb, and Dy
Thaige P. Gompa, Arun Ramanathan, Natalie T. Rice and Henry S. La Pierre
Dalton Trans., 2020, 49, 15945-15987
https://doi.org/10.1039/D0DT01400A
What is holding back the development of antiviral metallodrugs? A literature overview and implications for SARS-CoV-2 therapeutics and future viral outbreaks
Raphael E. F. de Paiva, Antônio Marçal Neto, Igor A. Santos, Ana C. G. Jardim, Pedro P. Corbi and Fernando R. G. Bergamini
Dalton Trans., 2020, 49, 16004-16033
https://doi.org/10.1039/D0DT02478C
Bis(pentafluorophenyl)phenothiazylborane – an intramolecular frustrated Lewis pair catalyst for stannane dehydrocoupling
Jordan N. Bentley, Ekadashi Pradhan, Tao Zeng and Christopher B. Caputo
Dalton Trans., 2020,49, 16054-16058
https://doi.org/10.1039/D0DT00506A
Alkali-metal- and halide-free dinuclear mixed-valent samarium and europium complexes
Nishya F. M. Mukthar, Nathan D. Schley and Gaël Ung
Dalton Trans., 2020, 49, 16059-16061
https://doi.org/10.1039/D0DT01095B
Transmembrane Cu(I) P-type ATPase pumps are electrogenic uniporters
Nisansala Abeyrathna, Sameera Abeyrathna, M. Thomas Morgan, Christoph J. Fahrni and Gabriele Meloni
Dalton Trans., 2020, 49, 16082-16094
https://doi.org/10.1039/D0DT01380C

We would be delighted if you decided to submit your primary research  to Dalton TransactionsDalton Transactions is a journal for all areas of inorganic chemistry, which encompasses the organometallic, bioinorganic and materials chemistry of the elements, with applications including synthesis, catalysis, energy conversion/storage, electrical devices and medicine. Dalton Transactions welcomes high-quality, original submissions in all of these areas and more, where the advancement of knowledge in inorganic chemistry is significant. See our author guidelines for information on our article types or find out more about the advantages of publishing in a Royal Society of Chemistry journal.

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Spotlight Collection: MOF Sensors

We are delighted to announce the launch of our newest Spotlight Collection, comprising recently published articles focusing on Metal Organic Framework Sensors, handpicked by Editorial Board Member Professor Takashi Uemura, The University of Tokyo, Japan.

Spotlight Collections are ongoing themed collections highlighting the best past and present work in Dalton Transactions. If you would like to contribute an article to this collection, please contact the Editorial Office at dalton-rsc@rsc.org with your proposed topic.

All of these articles are free to access until December 31st, 2020 and we hope you enjoy reading them.

We are pleased to invite you to submit your research to Dalton and give your work the global visibility it deserves.

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Selected articles:

A First Ln−MOF as a Trifunctional Luminescent Probe for Efficient Sensing of aspartic acid, Fe3+ and DMSO
Dong-Dong Yang, Liping Lu, Sisi Feng, Miaoli Zhu
Dalton Transactions, 2020, 49, 7514-7524

Two luminescent coordination polymers as highly selective and sensitive chemosensors for CrVI-anions in aqueous medium
Chen-Xue Wang, Yu-Pei Xia, Zhao-Quan Yao, Jialiang Xu, Ze Chang and Xian-He Bu
Dalton Transactions, 2019, 48, 387-394

Extraordinary sensitivity for H2S and Fe(iii) sensing in aqueous medium by Al-MIL-53-N3 metal–organic framework: in vitro and in vivo applications of H2S sensing
Aniruddha Das, Sooram Banesh, Vishal Trivedi and Shyam Biswas
Dalton Transactions, 2018, 47, 2690-2700

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 Meet the Editor

Takashi Uemura obtained his PhD at Department of Polymer Chemistry, Kyoto University in 2002. He then began his academic career as Assistant Professor and Associate Professor at Department of Synthetic Chemistry and Biological Chemistry in Kyoto University. In 2018, he moved to the University of Tokyo where he holds the position of Professor. He was also a researcher of PRESTO program (2006–2010) and has been a research director for a CREST program (2013-2020) of the Japan Science and Technology Agency. He has received a number of awards, including the Chemical Society of Japan (CSJ) Award for Young Chemists, the Commendation for Science and Technology by the Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science, and Technology, Kao Research Initiative Award, and JSPS Prize.

His research focuses on the preparation of synergistic nanohybrids between porous coordination compounds and polymeric materials, in particular, polymer chemistry in confined nanospaces.

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Spotlight themed collection: Metal Complexes and Inorganic Materials for Solar Fuel Production

This web collection guest edited by Professor Fausto Puntoriero (Università degli Studi di Messina), and Professor Osamu Ishitani (Tokyo Institute of Technology), highlights the fundamental and applied inorganic chemistry advances inspired by the study of solar radiation as a limitless source of clean energy. The collection contains contributions from experts in the study of solar light conversion, including research focussed on the development of metal complexes and inorganic materials for CO2 photoreduction, photocatalysis, and photoelectrochemical (PEC) water splitting.

 

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Take a look at a selection of articles from the collection:

Recent advances in metalloporphyrin-based catalyst design towards carbon dioxide reduction: from bio-inspired second coordination sphere modifications to hierarchical architectures
Philipp Gotico, Zakaria Halime and Ally Aukauloo
Dalton Trans., 2020, 49, 2381-2396
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT04709C, Perspective

Electrochemical and photoelectrochemical water splitting with a CoOx catalyst prepared by flame assisted deposition
Fusheng Li, Ziqi Zhao, Hao Yang, Dinghua Zhou, Yilong Zhao, Yingzheng Li, Wenlong Li, Xiujuan Wu, Peili Zhang and Licheng Sun
Dalton Trans., 2020, 49, 588-592
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT03983J, Communication

Photoelectrochemical water-splitting over a surface modified p-type Cr2O3 photocathode
Keita Sekizawa, Keiichiro Oh-ishi and Takeshi Morikawa
Dalton Trans., 2020, 49, 659-666
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT04296B, Paper

This is the first in a series of themed web collections on research topics that spotlight the fundamental and applied inorganic chemistry driving, influencing and steering each field of study. They will be guest edited by experts in the fields and will feature previously published and newly commissioned research in each topic.  The aim is to provide a resource of high quality research for someone entering the field, for teachers to recommend to their students, to illuminate new directions for those in the field and demonstrate the vital role inorganic chemistry contributes to these fields.

 

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Themed Web Collection: Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms

Guest edited by Sam de Visser (University of Manchester), Jonathan Rourke (University of Cardiff) and Kylie Vincent (University of Oxford) we recently published a special collection of Dalton Transactions which celebrates 50 years of the Inorganic Reaction Mechanisms Discussion Group and highlights the breadth and depth of the area, paying particular interest to areas of contemporary relevance.

 

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Check out a selection of the articles below:

Inorganic reaction mechanisms. A personal journey
Colin D. Hubbard, Debabrata Chatterjee, Maria Oszajca, Justyna Polaczek, Olga Impert, Marta Chrzanowska, Anna Katafias, Ralph Puchta and Rudi van Eldik
Dalton Trans., 2020, 49, 4599-4659
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT04620H, Perspective

A subtle structural change in the distal haem pocket has a remarkable effect on tuning hydrogen peroxide reactivity in dye decolourising peroxidases from Streptomyces lividans
Marina Lučić, Amanda K. Chaplin, Tadeo Moreno-Chicano, Florian S. N. Dworkowski, Michael T. Wilson, Dimitri A. Svistunenko, Michael A. Hough and Jonathan A. R. Worrall
Dalton Trans., 2020, 49, 1620-1636
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT04583J, Paper

Tandem deoxygenative hydrosilation of carbon dioxide with a cationic scandium hydridoborate and B(C6F5)3
Daniel W. Beh, Warren E. Piers, Benjamin S. Gelfand and Jian-Bin Lin
Dalton Trans., 2020, 49, 95-101
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT04323C, Paper

Photoactivated silicon–oxygen and silicon–nitrogen heterodehydrocoupling with a commercially available iron compound
Matthew B. Reuter, Michael P. Cibuzar, James Hammerton and Rory Waterman
Dalton Trans., 2020, 49, 2972-2978
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT04870G, Paper

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Breaking bonds over many timescales: in celebration of Robin Perutz’s 70th birthday

Breaking bonds over many timescales: in celebration of Robin Perutz's 70th birthday

Guest-edited by Simon B. Duckett, M. Carmen Nicasio and Michael K. Whittlesey, we reccently published a special collection of Dalton Transactions to mark the 70th birthday of mentor, friend and colleague, Professor Robin Perutz FRS. The collection features areas of organometallic and coordination chemistry where Robin has contributed over the last 40+ years. Themed around the breaking of bonds, it includes both thermal and photochemical bond breakage and activation in stoichiometric and catalytic reactions. Spectroscopic characterisation of reaction intermediates features alongside experimental and computational studies of reactivity.

 

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Check out a selection of the articles below:

The experimental determination of Th(iv)/Th(iii) redox potentials in organometallic thorium complexes
Christopher J. Inman and F. Geoffrey N. Cloke
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 10782-10784
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT01553A, Communication

Structural isomerism in the [(Ni@Sn9)In(Ni@Sn9)]5− Zintl ion
Chao Zhang, Harry W. T. Morgan, Zi-Chuan Wang, Chao Liu, Zhong-Ming Sun and John E. McGrady
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15888-15895
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT03008E, Paper

Reversible photo-isomerization of cis-[Pd(L-κS,O)2] (HL = N,N-diethyl-N′-1-naphthoylthiourea) to trans-[Pd(L-κS,O)2] and the unprecedented formation of trans-[Pd(L-κS,N)2] in solution
Henry A. Nkabyo, Barbara Procacci, Simon B. Duckett and Klaus R. Koch
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 17241-17251
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT03672E, Paper

Iridium complexes featuring a tridentate SiPSi ligand: from dimeric to monomeric 14, 16 or 18-electron species
Cynthia A. Cuevas-Chávez, Laure Vendier, Sylviane Sabo-Etienne and Virginia Montiel-Palma
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 14010-14018
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT03136G, Paper

Transforming PPh3 into bidentate phosphine ligands at Ru–Zn heterobimetallic complexes
Niall O’Leary, Fedor M. Miloserdov, Mary F. Mahon and Michael K. Whittlesey
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 14000-14009
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT03106E, Paper

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Modern Coordination Chemistry

This week’s issue is themed, focusing on Modern Coordination Chemistry to celebrate Professor Annie K Powell’s 60th birthday.

This issue of over 40 reports highlights emerging trends in modern coordination chemistry and serves to reflect the many diverse areas where Annie’s work has impacted upon the field of inorganic chemistry, including molecular magnetism, theoretical modelling, structure, spectroscopy, bioinorganic and supramolecular chemistry. To find out more about Annie, and the collection as a whole, read the Editorial from the guest editors of this issue: George E. Kostakis and 

 

Modern Coordination Chemistry, Dalton Transactions Guest Editors George E. Kostakis, Sally Brooker

 

Read the full issue here

 

Browse selected articles:

Metal-supported and -assisted stereoselective cooperative photoredox catalysis
Jasmin Busch, Daniel M. Knoll, Christoph Zippel, Stefan Bräse and Claudia Bizzarri
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15338-15357
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT02094B, Perspective

Recent developments in single-molecule toroics
Xiao-Lei Lia and Jinkui Tang
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15358-15370
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT02113B, Perspective

Magnetic anisotropy in trigonal planar Fe(ii) bis(trimethylsilyl)amido complexes of the type [Fe{N(SiMe3)2}2L]—experiment and theory
Tilmann Bodenstein and Andreas Eichhöfer
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15699-15712
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT01702J, Paper

Highly soluble fluorine containing Cu(i) AlkylPyrPhos TADF complexes
Jasmin M. Busch, Daniel M. Zink, Patrick Di Martino-Fumo, Florian R. Rehak, Pit Boden, Sophie Steiger, Olaf Fuhr, Martin Nieger, Wim Klopper, Markus Gerhards and Stefan Bräse
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15687-15698
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT02447F, Paper

Correlating magnetic anisotropy with [Mo(CN)7]4− geometry of MnII–MoIII magnetic frameworks
Michał Magott, Kim R. Dunbar and Dawid Pinkowicz
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15493-15500
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT02164G, Paper

High relaxation barrier in neodymium furoate-based field-induced SMMs
E. Bartolomé, A. Arauzo, J. Luzón, S. Melnic, S. Shova, D. Prodius, I. C. Nlebedim, F. Bartolomé and J. Bartolomé
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15386-15396
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT02047K, Paper

Phosphine-functionalised tris(pyrazolyl)methane ligands and their mono- and heterobimetallic complexes
Hanna E. Wagner, Silvia Hohnstein, Max G. Schußmann, Lukas A. Steppe and Frank Breher
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 15397-15407
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT02057H, Paper

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Nitrogen Ligands web collection

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Dalton Transactions published a web collection this week guest-edited by Armando Pombeiro which focusses on the various roles of nitrogen ligands in modern chemistry and pays tribute to the 150th anniversary of the development of the periodic table. This collection of over 40 reports, demonstrates the versatility of nitrogen ligands and their complexes across a range of chemical specialisms. As evidenced by the number and diversity of the contributions to this collection, nitrogen ligand chemistry continues to gather great interest and there is vast and exciting scope for the future use of nitrogen ligands across a wide diversity of fields.

 

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Browse a selection of articles below:

Chelate rings of different sizes with non-innocent ligands
Wolfgang Kaim
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 8521-8529
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT01411J, Perspective

Effect of substituents on molybdenum triiodide complexes bearing PNP-type pincer ligands toward catalytic nitrogen fixation
Takayuki Itabashi, Ikki Mori, Kazuya Arashiba, Aya Eizawa, Kazunari Nakajima and Yoshiaki Nishibayashi
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 3182-3186
DOI: 10.1039/C8DT04975K, Communication

Structural and magnetic characterization of Ni(II), Co(II), and Fe(II) binuclear complexes on a bis(pyridyl-triazolyl)alkane basis
Alexey Gusev, Ivan Nemec, Radovan Herchel, Irina Riush, Ján Titiš, Roman Boča, Konstantin Lyssenko, Mikhail Kiskin, Igor Eremenkoef and Wolfgang Linert
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 10526-10536
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT01391A, Paper

Novel latonduine derived proligands and their copper(II) complexes show cytotoxicity in the nanomolar range in human colon adenocarcinoma cells and in vitro cancer selectivity
Felix Bacher, Christopher Wittmann, Márta Nové, Gabriella Spengler, Małgorzata A. Marć, Eva A. Enyedy, Denisa Darvasiová, Peter Rapta, Thomas Reiner and Vladimir B. Arion
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 10464-10478
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT01238A, Paper

 

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The central role of the d-block metals in the periodic table

As part of the celebrations for the International Year of the Periodic Table , Dalton Tansactions reccently published a themed issue looking at the central role of the d-block materials.

Guest Edited by Catherine E. Housecroft, Christine M. Thomas and Mi Hee Lim, this collection of reports and perspectives highlights the important role that d-block metals play in sustainable energy, catalysis, diagnostics and medicine, and chemical education.

The central role of the d-block metals in the periodic table by Catherine E Housecroft, Christine M Thomas and Mi Hee Lim, Royal Society of Chemistry Dalton Transactions

You can find a selection of the articles below and check out the full collection online here:

 

Evolution and understanding of the d-block elements in the periodic table
Edwin C. Constable
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 9408-9421
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT00765B, Perspective

A look at periodic trends in d-block molecular electrocatalysts for CO2 reduction
Changcheng Jiang, Asa W. Nichols and Charles W. Machan
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 9454-9468
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT00491B, Perspective

Structure and reactivity of the first-row d-block metal-superoxo complexes
Shunichi Fukuzumi, Yong-Min Lee and Wonwoo Nam
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 9469-9489
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT01402K, Perspective

A d10 Ag(I) amine–borane σ-complex and comparison with a d8 Rh(I) analogue: structures on the η1 to η2:η2 continuum
Alice Johnson, Antonio J. Martínez-Martínez, Stuart A. Macgregor and Andrew S. Weller
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 9776-9781
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT00971J, Paper

Cobalt-based molecular electrocatalysis of nitrile reduction: evolving sustainability beyond hydrogen
Simon N. Child, Radoslav Raychev, Nathan Moss, Benjamin Howchen, Peter N. Horton, Christopher C. Prior, Vasily S. Oganesyan and John Fielden
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 9576-9580
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT00773C, Communication

Coordination design of cadmium ions at the 4-fold axis channel of the apo-ferritin cage
Satoshi Abe, Nozomi Ito, Basudev Maity, Chenlin Lu, Diannan Lu and Takafumi Ueno
Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 9759-9764
DOI: 10.1039/C9DT00609E, Paper
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