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By Paul C. J. Kamer, Piet W. N. M. van Leeuwen

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Chapter 1 Phosphorus Ligand results in Homogeneous Catalysis and Rational Catalyst layout (pages 1–26): Jason A. Gillespie, Erik Zuidema, Piet W. N. M. van Leeuwen and Paul C. J. Kamer
Chapter 2 Chiral Phosphines and Diphosphines (pages 27–80): Wei Li and Xumu Zhang
Chapter three layout and Synthesis of Phosphite Ligands for Homogeneous Catalysis (pages 81–131): Aitor Gual, Cyril Godard, Veronica de l. a. Fuente and Sergio Castillon
Chapter four Phosphoramidite Ligands (pages 133–157): Laurent Lefort and Johannes G. de Vries
Chapter five Phosphinite and Phosphonite Ligands (pages 159–232): T. V. (Babu) Rajanbabu
Chapter 6 combined Donor Ligands (pages 233–265): Rene Tannert and Andreas Pfaltz
Chapter 7 Phospholes (pages 267–285): Duncan Carmichael
Chapter eight Phosphinine Ligands (pages 287–307): Christian Muller
Chapter nine hugely Strained Organophosphorus Compounds (pages 309–320): J. Chris Slootweg and Koop Lammertsma
Chapter 10 Phosphaalkenes (pages 321–341): Julien Dugal?Tessier, Eamonn D. Conrad, Gregory R. Dake and Derek P. Gates
Chapter eleven Phosphaalkynes (pages 343–354): Christopher A. Russell and Nell S. Townsend
Chapter 12 P?Chiral Ligands (pages 355–389): Jerome Bayardon and Sylvain Juge
Chapter thirteen Phosphatrioxa?Adamantane Ligands (pages 391–404): Paul G. Pringle and Martin B. Smith
Chapter 14 Calixarene?Based Phosphorus Ligands (pages 405–426): Angelica Marson, Piet W. N. M. van Leeuwen and Paul C. J. Kamer
Chapter 15 Supramolecular Bidentate Phosphorus Ligands (pages 427–461): Jarl Ivar van der Vlugt and Joost N. H. Reek
Chapter sixteen Solid?phase Synthesis of Ligands (pages 463–479): Michiel C. Samuels, Bert H. G. Swennenhuis and Paul C. J. Kamer
Chapter 17 organic techniques (pages 481–496): Rene den Heeten, Paul C. J. Kamer and Wouter Laan
Chapter 18 The layout of Ligand structures for Immobilisation in Novel response Media (pages 497–532): Paul B. Webb and David J. Cole Hamilton

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