Aldrichimica Acta

Aldrichimica Acta Volume 53, No. 1
Current Issue
(PDF)

For over 50 years, the Aldrichimica Acta has been a leading, open-access, international forum for the frontiers of chemical research. It publishes topical and insightful reviews, written by prominent chemists from around the world and covering a variety of topics usually based on a synthetic theme in organic, organometallic, and bio-organic chemistry.

Inside this issue, learn about:

Asymmetric Catalysis Enabled by Chiral N,N'-Dioxide–Nickel(II) Complexes.
Asymmetric Allylic Substitutions Catalyzed by Iridium Complexes Derived from C(sp2)–H
  Activation of Chiral Ligands
.
Recent Advances in Sulfuration Chemistry Enabled by Bunte Salts
P-Chiral Phosphorus Ligands for Cross-Coupling and Asymmetric Hydrogenation Reactions


The Acta is FREE.


Back issues are available from our interactive Acta Archive. Browse online, print, or download the PDF of any volume. Use the Acta Archive Indexes to search for a specific item and for easy access to all volumes. You can quickly return to the index from the last page of any volume.

Click here to view Dr. Alfred Bader's 90th Birthday Guestbook.

Aldrichimica Acta 2020, Vol. 53, No. 1

Unidentified Artist, Qing Dynasty
One Hundred Flowers (ink and color on silk, 41.9 x 649 cm)

Painting Clues:

In addition to being a gorgeous flower of many colors, the peony was China’s erstwhile national flower. To get a better idea about the degree of fascination of Chinese artists with peonies, check out Yun Shouping’s Peonies at the Smithsonian’s Freer Gallery of Art and the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, or Jiang Tingxi’s depiction of peonies in a hanging scroll and Zhao Zhiqian’s Peach and Peonies, both at the Shanghai Museum.


Detail from One Hundred Flowers. Photo courtesy The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, NY.


  Acta Archive Indexes

This publication provides easy access to all 50+ years of Acta content.

Acta Archives are presented by volume in an interactive format. You can print and download PDF documents from these files. All volumes link back to this index document.

The index is set up in sections: Chronological, Author, Review Title, Affiliation and Painting Clues. Volume and issue information will direct you to the appropriate Acta volume.


  Direct Links to Acta Volumes