Organometallics, Organocatalysis and Bioinorganic Chemistry

Organometallics:

Organometallic chemistry is that the subject of organometallic compounds, chemical compounds including a minimum of one bond between an atom of an organic molecule and a metal, including alkaline, alkaline earth, and transition metals, and sometimes extended to cover metalloids like boron, silicon, and tin, as well.

Apart from bonds to organyl particles or molecules, bonds to inorganic carbon, like carbon monoxide gas, cyanide, or carbide, are commonly studied to be organometallic also. Some related composites such as transition metal hydrides and metal phosphine complexes are often included in discussions of organometallic compounds, though stringently speaking, they are not significantly organometallic.

Organocatalysis:

In organic chemistry, the word organocatalysis refers to a form of catalysis, whereby the rate of a chemical reaction is increased by an organic catalyst referred to as an "organocatalyst" consisting of carbon, hydrogen, sulfur, and other nonmetal elements found in organic compounds. Because of their identity in composition and description, they are often mistaken as a misnomer for enzymes due to their similar effects on reaction speeds and forms of catalysis involved.

Bioinorganic Chemistry:

Bio-organic chemistry studies substances that carry the life processes while attempting to understand their biological purposes. Bioinorganic chemistry is an area that analyzes the role of metals in biology. Bioinorganic chemistry involves the study of both natural phenomena such as the behavior of metalloproteins as well as artificially introduced metals, including those that are non-essential, in medicine and toxicology. Many biological methods such as respiration depend upon particles that fall within the field of inorganic chemistry. The method also involves the study of inorganic forms or mimics that reflect the function of metalloproteins.

Committee Members
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Stanislaw Dzwigaj

Stanislaw Dzwigaj

Sorbonne University, France
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Anne M Gaffney

Anne M Gaffney

University of South Carolina, United States
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Jose C Conesa

Jose C Conesa

Institute of Catalysis and Petroleum Chemistry, Spain
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - M A Martin Luengo

M A Martin Luengo

Institute of Materials Science of Madrid, Spain
CAT 2022 Speakers
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Haibo Ge

Haibo Ge

Texas Tech University, United States
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Frederick Nti

Frederick Nti

Deakin University, Australia
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Chau Ming So

Chau Ming So

The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Adi Azriff Basri

Adi Azriff Basri

Universiti Putra Malaysia, Malaysia
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Abdulaziz Alturki

Abdulaziz Alturki

King Abdulaziz University, Saudi Arabia
Speaker at Catalysis, Chemical Engineering & Technology 2022 - Vahide Nuran Mutlu

Vahide Nuran Mutlu

SOCAR Turkey Research & Development and Innovation Inc., Turkey
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