By Jose Luis Serrano
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Chap. 2 is focused on LMW lyotropic metallomesogens, whereas Chaps. 3 and 4 are devoted to thermotropic metallomesogens which show calamitic and discotic mesophases respectively. This second subdivision of thermotropic metallomesogens has been made due to the wide variety of compounds to be discussed, and also due to the generally different molecular geometries of compounds showing calamitic and discotic mesophases. As explained above, a large number of important exceptions from this general behavior have been found in the field of metallomesogens.