Professor Philip P. Power turns 65 in 2018. His contributions to organometallic and inorganic chemistry over the last four decades are expansive, and he has been instrumental in the definition of several new subfields in the discipline. Professor Power has contributed over 500 publications to the literature. His lab remains an active source of exciting chemistry and has been a way point in numerous successful chemists’ careers. A focus on low-coordinate, low-valent and low-oxidation state compounds defines Power's career and molecules in this class generally feature a small energy difference between frontier orbitals.
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- Inorganic Chemistry