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Handbook of Chalcogen Chemistry

Handbook of Chalcogen Chemistry

Francesco Devillanova | Bill Levason | Neil Bricklebank | Gill Reid | Peter Skabara | Ionel Haiduc | Massimiliano Arca | Maria Aragoni | Woolf-Walther Du Mont | Nobumasa Kamigata | Vito Lippolis | Francesco Isaia | N Shevchenko | Norbert Kuhn | Gaetano Verani | G Jeremy Rawson | Christian Hrib | Tristram Chivers | Risto Laitinen | Toshio Shimizu | M Beckett | William Sheldrick | Robert Davies | Valentine Nenajdenko | Tom Westgate | Waro Nakanishi | Zhengtao Xu | Mathias Wickleder | Yasushi Mizobe | Thomas Chasteen | Ronald Bentley | Renji Okazaki | Norihiro Tokitoh | Nobuhiro Takeda | Mamoru Koketsu | Concha Gimeno | Hideharu Ishihara | Ingo Krossing | Max Sokolov | E Balenkova | I Alabugin | A Alberola


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The Handbook of Chalcogen Chemistry: New Perspectives in Sulfur, Selenium and Tellurium provides an overview of recent developments, particularly from the last decade, on the chemistry of the chalcogen group elements (S, Se and Te).

While up to a few decades ago, chalcogen chemistry was mainly centred on sulphur, in recent years the research based on Se and Te has increased dramatically, and has created huge scope for the use of compounds based on this type of chemistry.

This book is organised into two parts, the first of which deals systematically with the chemistry of chalcogens in relation to other group elements in the periodic table.  It also includes an overview of metal-chalcogenides and metal-polychalcogenides.  The second part reflects the interdisciplinary nature of chalcogen chemistry and focuses on biological, materials and supramolecular aspects of the field. 

This book gives a comprehensive overview on recent developments over the last decade and is ideal for researchers in the field.