Chemical Communications

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Subject: Chemical Communications
Date: Tue, 6 Jan 1998 16:10:35 -0500 (EST)

Chemical Communications

http://www.rsc.org/is/journals/current/chemcomm/cccpub.htm

ISSN 1359-7345

Chemical Communications is a subscription-based electronic version of the
print journal of the same title published by the Royal Society of
Chemistry. Full-text is available to subscribers as PDF files.

Chemical Communications is the leading journal for the publication of
communications on important new developments in chemistry. All articles
are short and publication is rapid, thus providing information on new
avenues of research in the shortest possible time. A communication is
usually followed up by a full paper in the corresponding section of
Journal of the Chemical Society when fuller results of the work are known.
Papers are drawn from most of the world's major areas of chemical research

Recent Contents:

A I Meyers and Gregory P Brengel
Chiral bicyclic lactams: useful precursors and templates for
asymmetric synthesis.
Chem. Commun.,1997, 1.
David Parker and Rita Kataky
Selective complexation and sensitive analysis of charge
diffuse cationic species.
Chem. Commun.,1997, 141.
Reinhard W Hoffmann, Loachim Kruger, Colin B Kahrs and
Richard Gottlich
Open chain compounds with preferred conformations.
Complexation and sensitive analysis of charge diffuse
cationic species.
Chem. Commun.,1997, 247.
Francesco Barigelletti, Lucia Flamigni, Jean-Paul Collin
and Jean-Pierre Sauvage
Vectorial transfer of electronic energy in rod-like Ru/Os
dinuclear complexes.
Chem. Commun.,1997, 333.
Eric J Thomas
Control and applications of remote asymmetric induction
using allylmetal reagents.
An electronic version of this feature article is available.
Chem. Commun.,1997, 411.
Christian Bruneau and Pierre H Dixneuf
Selective transformations of alkynes with ruthenium
catalysts.
An electronic version of this feature article is available.
Chem. Commun.,1997, 507.
Henry S Rzepa and David O'Hagan
Some influences of fluorine in bioorganic chemistry.
An electronic version of this feature article is available.
Chem. Commun.,1997, 645.

Contact:

Associate Editors
The Americas

Structural and Supramolecular
Professor Jerry L Atwood
chemja@showme.missouri.edu

Inorganic
Professor Malcolm H Chisholm
Email: chisholm@indiana.edu

Organic
Professor James D White
Email: whitej@ccmail.orst.edu

Europe

Organic including synthetic methodology, organometallic
chemistry, catalysis, molecular recognition, polymers and
physical organic
Professor Stanley M Roberts & Dr Richard C Storr
Email: ccomm@liverpool.ac.uk

Inorganic
Professor Edwin C Constable
Email: constable@ubaclu.unibas.ch

Bioorganic including medicinal chemistry and natural
product synthesis
Professor Philip Kocienski
Email: P.Kocienski@chem.gla.ac.uk

Physical
Professor Anthony C Legon
Email: ACLegon@exeter.ac.uk

Materials
Professor Stephen Mann
Email: s.mann@bath.ac.uk

All other regions and subjects

Dr Adrian P Kybett,
Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry,
Email: chemcomm@rsc.org

Original posting date: 
Wednesday, January 21, 1998
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