eTOC Alert ‘Pure and Applied Chemistry’ – May 2019

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Pure and Applied Chemistry Volume 91, Issue 5


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In this issue

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{Conference papers}
{Papers from the22nd International Conference on Phosphorus Chemistry (ICPC)}

π-Excess-aromatic and non-aromatic 1,3-azaphospholes – impact of annulation and multiple reactivity

Heinicke, Joachim W.

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Reactivity of allenylphosphonates/allenylphosphine oxides – some new addition/cycloaddition and cyclization pathways

Swamy, K. C. Kumara / Anitha, Mandala / Debnath, Shubham / Shankar, Mallepalli

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Group 6 metal carbonyl complexes of cyclo-(P5Ph5)

Yufanyi, Divine Mbom / Grell, Toni / Sárosi, Menyhárt-Botond / Lönnecke, Peter / Hey-Hawkins, Evamarie

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Hydrogenation reaction pathways in chemistry of white phosphorus

Gafurov, Zufar N. / Kagilev, Alexey A. / Kantyukov, Artyom O. / Sinyashin, Oleg G. / Yakhvarov, Dmitry G.

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Phosphonate reagents and building blocks in the synthesis of bioactive compounds, natural products and medicines

Mikołajczyk, Marian

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Luminescent complexes on a scaffold of P2N2-ligands: design of materials for analytical and biomedical applications

Karasik, Andrey A. / Musina, Elvira I. / Strelnik, Igor D. / Dayanova, Irina R. / Elistratova, Julia G. / Mustafina, Asiya R. / Sinyashin, Oleg G.

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{Paper from the 7th International IUPAC Conference on Green Chemistry (ICGC-7)}

From green chemistry and nature-like technologies towards ecoadaptive chemistry and technology

Perminova, Irina V.

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{Paper from NICE 2016}

A sustainable strategy for production and functionalization of nanocelluloses

Córdova, Armando / Afewerki, Samson / Alimohammadzadeh, Rana / Sanhueza, Italo / Tai, Cheuk-Wai / Osong, Sinke H. / Engstrand, Per / Ibrahem, Ismail

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