Published: 7 July 2021, 13:39
Polymers which contain transition-metal centers (incorporated or embedded) have attracted considerable scientific interest. The applications of these materials are versatile: in photovoltaics and optoelectronics, but also in the field of self-healing materials, catalysis, artificial photosynthesis or in biomedicine, their use is either being researched or already being realized. The new book published by Springer summarizes and critically judges the manifold aspects of combining the metal ruthenium with polymers - an extremely rare, but highly interesting metal, which is important for these applications due to its remarkable properties.
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