Welcome to Issue 10 of Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers in 2015

11 articles are published in the latest issue of Inorganic Chemistry Frontiers, including 5 contributions to the themed collection of Molecular Magnetism and 1 paper by Xun Wang et al. from the 2015 Emerging Investigators collection.

Rest of the issue consists of studies on

functional MOF for CO2 capture,

luminescent Eu(III) complexes,

platinum pincer complexes,

gold nanoparticles with catalytic properties and

Pt-Sn crosslinked nanowires for cinnamaldehyde hydrogenation.


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