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Frontiers in Gold Chemistry

Ahmed A. Mohamed;
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  • Published: 01 Aug 2015 Journal: Inorganics, volume 3, pages 370-373 (eissn: 2304-6740, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
Basic chemistry of gold tells us that it can bond to sulfur, phosphorous, nitrogen, and oxygen donor ligands. The Frontiers in Gold Chemistry Special Issue covers gold complexes bonded to the different donors and their fascinating applications. This issue covers both basic chemistry studies of gold complexes and their contemporary applications in medicine, materials chemistry, and optical sensors. There is a strong belief that aurophilicity plays a major role in the unending applications of gold.
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free text keywords: polyoxometalates, heteronuclear complexes, rheumatoid arthritis, gold(I) thiolate–disulfide exchange, Ligand, Chemistry, Solid-state chemistry, Aurophilicity, Sulfur, chemistry.chemical_element, Nanotechnology, Oxygen donor, lcsh:Inorganic chemistry, lcsh:QD146-197
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