IJMS, Vol. 23, Pages 14767: Plethora of Non-Covalent Interactions in Coordination and Organometallic Chemistry Are Modern Smart Tool for Materials Science, Catalysis, and Drugs Design (International Journal of Molecular Sciences)
Non-covalent interactions are one of the key topics in coordination and organometallic chemistry. Examples of such weak interactions are hydrogen, halogen, and chalcogen bonds, stacking interactions, metallophilic contacts, etc. Non-covalent interactions play an important role in materials science, catalysis, and medicinal chemistry. The aim of this Special Issue of International Journal of Molecular Sciences, entitled “Non-Covalent Interactions in Coordination and Organometallic Chemistry”, is to cover the most recent progress in the rapidly growing field of non-covalent interactions in coordination and organometallic chemistry. Both experimental and theoretical studies, fundamental and applied research and any types of manuscripts are welcome for consideration.