By Piero Zanello
The position of stereochemistry to explain response styles and physico-chemical homes in topical topics starting from inorganic to natural chemistry are taken care of within the 5th and ultimate quantity of this sequence. distinctive bills are given to check: chaining in polyphosphates, electron-transfers in carbonyl clusters, inclusion of organometallic molecules in cyclodextrins, stereochemistry of paramagnetic steel complexes by means of labeling with nitroxyl radicals, stereocontrol in natural syntheses assisted by way of inorganic complexes.
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