Annual Reports On The Progress of Chemistry Section A

Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry Section A is a compilation of review articles on inorganic and bioinorganic chemistry published annually by the Royal Society of Chemistry.

The editor of Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry Section A is Sarah Ruthven and the Scientific Editors are Frank Berry, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry, at the Open University and Eric G. Hope, Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Leicester.

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... The Annual Reports on the Progress of Chemistry series of publications provides broad and critical coverage of the significant advances in the major contemporary areas of chemical science ... Section A covers inorganic chemistry Section B organic chemistry and Section C physical chemistry ... Each section is organised into short, easily accessible chapters written by those working in the field ...

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