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Content: 1. Editorial: Recent advances in metal-containing and metallo-supramolecular polymers and materials; Metallo-Supramolecular Polymers ; 2. Dendronized Copper(I)-Metallopolymers; 3. A Comparative Study of Polymer Composition, Molecular Weight and Counterion Effects on the Chelation of Bipyridine Macroligands to Iron(II); 4. Aqueous Metallo-Supramolecular Micelles with Spherical or Cylindrical Morphology; 5. Thermodynamics of 2,2':6',2"-Terpyridine - Metal Ion Complexation; 6. Grid forming metal coordinating macroligands: Synthesis and complexation; 7. Light-active Metal-based Molecular-scale Wires; 8. Triads containing terpyridine-ruthenium(II) complexes and the perylene fluorescent dye; 9. The Preparation of Metallo-supramolecular Polymers and Gels By Utilizing 2,6-bis(1'-methyl-benzimidazolyl)pyridine/Metal Ion Interactions; 10. Thermal stability, rheology and morphology of metallo-supramolecular polymers based on terpyridine ruthenium(II) complexes; 11. Novel Block Copolymers with Terpyridine Pendant Groups; 12. Complexation parameters of terpyridine-metal complexes; 13. Poly[2-(acetoacetoxy)ethyl methacrylate]-based hybrid micelles; Metallo-Supramolecular Dendrimers; 14. UMetallo-dendrimers: Fractals and Photonics; 15. Encapsulation Effects on Homogeneous Electron Self-Exchange Dynamics in Tris(bipyridine) Iron Core Dendrimers; 16. Extraction of Metal Nanoparticles from within Dendrimer Templates; 17. Metalla Groups Linked to the Surface of Phosphorus-containing Dendrimers; 18. Hyperbranches Polyynes containing cobaltcarbonyls as precursors to nanostructures magetoceramics; 19. Syntheses and Nonlinear Optical Properties of Alkynylruthenium Dendrimers; Organometallic Polymers, Materials and Nanoparticles; Ferrocene-containing systems; 20. Synthesis, Self-Assembly and Applications of Polyferrocenylsilane (PFS) Block Copolymers; 21. Carbanion-Pump Mediated Synthesis and Bulk Morphologies of Ferrocenyldimethylsilane - Methyl Methacrylate Diblock Copolymers; 22. Lithographic Patterning and Reactive Ion Etching of a Highly Metallized Polyferrocenylsilanes; 23. Poly(ferrocenylsilane-block-methacrylate)s via Sequential Anionic and Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization; 24. Synthesis and Layer-by-Layer Assembly of Water-Soluble Polyferrocenylsilane Polyelectrolytes; 25. Synthesis and Bulk Morphology of Styrene-Ferrocenylsilane-Methyl Methacrylate Tri-; AND PENTABLOCK COPOLYMERS; 26. Evolution of Lowest Singlet and Triplet Excited States with Electronic Structure of Fluorene Group in Metal Polyyne Polymers; 27. Peptide Films on Surfaces: Preparation and Electron Transfer; 28. Neutral and Cationic Cyclopentadienyliron Macromolecules Containing Azo Dyes; Organometallic Polymers, Materials and Nanoparticles ; Non-ferrocene-containing systems; 29. Ring-Collapsed Alternating Copolymerization (RCRAC) of Organoaresenic Homocycles and Acetylenic Compounds; 30. Photodegradable Polymers Containing Metal-Metal Bonds along Their Backbones; Mechanistic Study of Stress-Induced Rate Accelerations in the Photochemical Degradation of Polymers; 31. Spectroscopic and Liquid Crystal Properties of Phthalocyanine Macromolecules with Biomedical Applications; 32. Synthesis, Reactivity and Ring-Opening Polymerization of Sila-Metallacyclobutanes; 33. Luminescence Properties of Phosphine / Isocyanide Cu(I)- and Ag(I)-Containing Oligomers in the Solid State; 34. Facile Synthesis of High-Quality Large-Pore Periodic Mesoporous Organosilicas Templated by Triblock Copolymers; 35. Assembling Prussian Blue Nanoclusters Along Single Polyelectrolyte Molecules; 36. Reactive Polymers Possessing Metallacycles in the Main Chain; 37. Coordination compounds for functional nonlinear optics: Enhancing and switching the second-order nonlinear optical responses; 38. Designing Supramolecular Porphyrin Arrays for Surface Assembly and Patterning of Optoelectronic Materials
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Ulrich Sigmar Schubert (born 17 July 1969, Tübingen) is a professor of Chemistry at Jena University. He studied chemistry at the Universities of Frankfurt and Bayreuth (both Germany) and the Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond (USA).
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