As the authors of “Vanadium Chemistry: Coordination and Biological Aspects” we have attempted to compile the fascinating coordination chemistry of vanadium complexes derived from biologically important hydroxamate ligands. It is aimed to meet the needs of the active research workers of Synthetic Inorganic Chemists and life sciences. This book contains much useful spectral data in tables and figures and interpretations of spectra is emphasized. The current trends and latest thoughts on the subject are the noteworthy features of the book. In depth coverage includes: Review of literature presenting various applications of vanadium complexes in biological systems, catalysis and material science. Synthetic and experimental methodology. Synthesis spectral characterization and electrochemical studies of oxo and non-oxovanadium(IV) complexes using bis(8-hydroxyquinolinato) oxovanadium(IV) and dicholorobis(8-hydroxyquinolinato) non-oxovanadium(IV) as vanadium precursors. Antimicrobial and cytotoxicity assay of newly synthesized complexes. It is hoped that this book will foster interest and contribute to the advancement of coordination chemistry of Vanadium.