Clara Viñas and Francesc Teixidor, co-authors of the "Handbook of Boron Science"

Clara Viñas and Francesc Teixidor, co-authors of the "Handbook of Boron Science"

News Books and articles 05 July 2019 872 hits Anna May Masnou

Clara Viñas and Francesc Teixidor, from the Inorganic Materials and Catalysis Book, have written Chapter 5 of Volume 1 of the "Handbook of Boron Science". The chapter is entitled: "Halogenated Icosahedral Carboranes: A Platform for Remarkable Applications". The handbook counts with 4 volumes, the first one being "Boron in Organometallic Chemistry". The handbook is edited by Narayan S Hosmane (Northern Illinois University, USA) andRobert Eagling.

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With Applications in Organometallics, Catalysis, Materials and Medicine
Volume 1: Boron in Organometallic Chemistry
Volume 2: Boron in Catalysis
Volume 3: Boron in Materials Chemistry
Volume 4: Boron in Medicine

Handbook of Boron Science bring together an array of internationally renowned scientists to discuss the very latest developments in the application of boron in a broad range of disciplines. This multi-reference work describes the topic by appointing leading researchers to write on current developments in boron science, showcasing its importance to the four separate areas described in each volume: Organometallic Chemistry, Catalysis, Materials Chemistry and Medicine.

Written to cover the full range of applications and innovations in boron science, this all-encompassing work offers us a one-stop reference compiled by world-leading researchers and practitioners of the subject, making it perfect for undergraduate and graduate students of chemistry, and researchers and practitioners interested in their professional development.

Volume 1 - Chapter 5: Halogenated Icosahedral Carboranes: A Platform for Remarkable Applications

Written by Francesc Teixidor and Clara Viñas. The following sections are included in the chapter:

  • Introduction
  • Icosahedral Carboranes
  • Applications
  • Conclusions and Outlook
  • Acknowledgments
  • References

More information: https://www.worldscientific.com/worldscibooks/10.1142/q0130

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