PROGRESS in Inorganic Chemistry
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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 49
* Nonclassical Metal Carbonyls
(Anthony J. Lupinetti and Steven H. Strauss, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado, and Gernot Frenking, Philipps-Universitat Marburg, Germany)
* The Influence of Ligands on Dirhodium(II) on Reactivity and Selectivity in Metal Carbene Reactions
(Michael P. Doyle, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, and Tong Ren, University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida)
* Coordination Chemistry of Transition Metals with Hydrogen Chalcogenide and Hydrochalcogenido Ligands
(Maurizio Peruzzini and Isaac De Los Rios, Instituto per lo Studio della Stereochimica ed Energetica dei Composti de Coordinazione, CNR, Firenze, Italy, and Antonio Romerosa, Universidad de Almeria, Spain)
* The Coordination Chemistry of Phosphinines, Their Polydentate and Macrocyclic Derivatives
(Nicolas Mezailles, Francois Mathey, and Pascal le Floch, Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau Cedex, France)
* Texaphyrins: Synthesis and Development of a Novel Class of Therapeutic Agents
(Tarak D. Mody and Lei Fu, Pharmacyclics, Inc., Sunnyvale, California, and Jonathan L. Sessler, University of Texas at Austin, Texas)
* The Chemistry of Synthetic Fe-Mo-S Clusters and Their Relevance to the Structure and Function of the Fe-Mo-S Center in Nitrogenase
(Steve M. Malinak, Albion College, Michigan, and Dimitri Coucouvanis, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan)