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Coordination Chemistry Conference 2013

05 Dec 2013 - 09 Dec 2013 - Xcaret, Mexico



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Coordination chemistry is a fundamental topic within Chemistry and this years Coordination Chemistry Conference will as the past three Coordination Chemistry conferences have sub-focus areas within structural, stability, kinetic and reactivity of coordination compounds. The 2013 meetings focus areas are Materials and Nanomaterials including Soft Materials, MOFs and Super-Molecular Materials, Bioinorganic Chemistry, Catalysis, and Organometallic Chemistry. Each plenary section will be followed by long and short talks, many of which will be selected from the pool of submitted abstracts. We will select one young investigator from contributed talks as our Young Investigator Presentation and we will award poster awards for students.

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