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Research in the Cronin Group is motivated by the fascination for complex chemical systems, and the desire to construct complex functional molecular architectures that are not based on biologically derived building blocks

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Prof. Lee Cronin
Regius Chair of Chemistry
Cronin Laboratory
School of Chemistry
WestCHEM
Joseph Black Building
University of Glasgow
Glasgow, G12 8QQ
United Kingdom
Tel:+44-141 330 6650
Fax: +44-141 330 4888
Email: lee.cronin@glasgow.ac.uk
Full Biography
Angewandte Chemie Profile

Latest News

Apr 2014 - Cronin Group member Dr. Victor Sans appointed to Lectureship at the University of Nottingham


Congratulations to Dr. Victor Sans for being appointed to a Lectureship in Chemical Engineering at the University of Nottingham.



Apr 2014 - Prof Lee Cronin named as one of UK's most inspirational scientists


Prof Lee Cronin is one of 10 the UK’s most inspirational scientists and engineers named as RISE Leaders for 2014 by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC). Their contribution to science covers a broad range of disciplines and highlights the diversity and impact of the engineering and physical sciences.

The RISE campaign, in partnership with the Royal Academy of Engineering, was launched by the Science Minister David Willetts in November 2013 to mark the 20th anniversary of EPSRC.

For more information see the University of Glasgow press release, and the EPSRC RISE awards announcement page.



Jan 2014 - Lee Cronin featured in the "100 leading UK practising scientists" list published by the Science Council


Lee Cronin featured in the top 100 practising UK Scientists list published by the Science Council. To identify its list of 100 , the Science Council organised a competition around 10 different ‘types’ of scientist roles. The list of 100 has 10 different examples of each of the 10 types and gives a broad picture of the many different ways people work with science, making valuable contributions across UK society and the economy. Lee is listed as a science explorer along with 9 others including two recent Nobel Prize winners.



Dec 2013 - Lee Cronin awarded RSE/BP Hutton Prize in Energy innovation


Lee Cronin has been awarded the 2013 RSE/BP Hutton Prize in Energy Innovation by the Royal Society of Edinburgh. The £10,000 award is in recognition of the Cronin Group's work in developing PROMISE: A Fuel-Cell-Electrolyzer Platform for Sustainable Energy Storage Realized via renewable “Inorganic Fuel”.



Nov 2013 - Lee Cronin in Wired Magazine December edition (UK)


The Cronin Group's work on 3D printing drugs and creating artificial life is featured in the December 2013 issue of Wired Magazine.



Sep 2013 - Great PROMISE from the Cronin Group (Programmable RedOx Materials for Inorganic Sustainable Energy), £0.5M Scottish Enterprise Award


Professor Lee Cronin and Dr Mark Symes recently published the results of a revolutionary new route to the splitting of water into hydrogen and oxygen. This novel technology utilises an inorganic material known as an Electron Coupled Proton Buffer (ECPB) to capture the hydrogen in its intermediate state of separated protons and electrons and stores them in a stable form for later release (read more in this BBC news item)



Jul 2013 - Three more completed PhDs in the Cronin Group


Congratulations to Antoine Boulay, Tommy Boyd, and Pedro Molina Sanchez for successfully completing their PhDs in the Cronin Group.



Jun 2013 - Professor Lee Cronin appointed Regius Chair of Chemistry


Professor Lee Cronin has been appointed as the Regius Chair of Chemistry at the University of Glasgow. The Chair is one of 13 Regius Professorships at Glasgow, and was founded in 1817 by King George III. A copy of the Royal Warrant confirming the appointment, signed the Queen and First Minister Alex Salmond, can be found here.

Notice in the Edinburgh Gazette

University News Item



Apr 2013 - Cronin Group researchers use plants to provide blueprint for cheap, green energy


In a new paper in the journal Nature Chemistry published today (Monday 14 April), Professor Lee Cronin and Dr Mark Symes of the University of Glasgow outline how they have managed to replicate for the first time plants’ ability to decouple the production of hydrogen and oxygen from water using what they call an electron-coupled proton buffer (ECPB).

Read more on the University of Glasgow website, or see coverage in The Independent or The Scotsman.



Feb 2013 - Cronin Group 3d printing technology featured in Discover Magazine 'Top 100 Stories of 2012'


The pioneering work of the Cronin Group in developing 3d printing technology for assembling chemical compounds has been featured in Discover Magazine as part of 100 top stories of 2012 (number 19). The article can be found on the discover magazine website.



Feb 2013 - Cronin group research Highlighted in 'Chemistry & Industry'


The Cronin Group's research into the use of 3D printing techniques to create bespoke 'reactionware' has been highlighted in the Society of Chemical Industry's magazine "Chemistry & Industry". Entitled 'Print Your Own Lab', the article looks at the leading role the Cronin Group is playing in the development of 3D printing techniques applied to the field of chemical research. The full article can be read online here and in pdf format here.



Dec 2012 - Two Cronin group polyoxometalate articles back-to-back in Angewandte Chemie


Two papers from the group appeared in the latest issue of Angewandte Chemie covering very different approaches to polyoxometalate chemistry. In "Directed Assembly of Inorganic Polyoxometalate-based Micrometer-Scale Tubular Architectures by Using Optical Control", laser-induced flow patterns are used to direct the self-assembly of dissolved inorganic polyoxometalate clusters into robust, hollow tubular networks and micro-materials in real time. This technique where tubes 'go with the flow' allows development of devices in which the self-assembled tubes act as microscopic flow channels. This work is also featured on the cover of the journal. A few pages later, in "Assembly of a Gigantic Polyoxometalate Cluster {W200Co8O660} in a Networked Reactor System", a networked reactor system is used for the first time for the discovery and synthesis of new polyoxometalates, including a gigantic {W200} tungstate. The system comprising three interlinked reactors was used to screen multiple one-pot reactions and reaction variables to discover conditions for cluster synthesis in an automated way.



Nov 2012 - Cronin Group featured on Beilstein TV


Prof Cronin and several of his key researchers have described the revolutionary potential of 3D printing in two videos produced by Beilstein TV, an project funded by the Beilstein Institute for the Advancement of Chemical Sciences. In the video Prof. Cronin and his team describe the process of using 3D printing technology to design and fabricate millifluidic reactionware which can be easily interfaced with an array of analytical techniques. The video demonstrates how this process can provide devices which prove to be powerful and convenient tools for both synthetic and analytical applications. The first video and the second video can both be found on the Beilstein TV website.



Sep 2012 - Cronin group involved in major EU project to make smart chemo-robots!


The EU project, named MICREAgents (EU contribution €3.4 M), plans to build autonomous self-assembling electronic micro-reagents that are almost as small as cells. These micro-reagents will exchange chemical and electronic information to jointly direct complex chemical reactions and analyses in the solutions they are poured into. Together with teams from Germany, Denmark, the Czech Republic, the Netherlands, Israel and New Zealand, the MICREAgents project heralds a major step beyond Lab-on-a-Chip devices towards the integration of chemistry and information technology.


See more on the main project website



Aug 2012 - 3D-printed Miniaturised Fluidic Devices


The Cronin Group's 3D Printing techniques have been featured in 'RSC Chemistry World'. The full article can be found here.



Jul 2012 - Lee Cronin featured in 'The Observer' newspaper


In an article published in The Obsever, Lee Cronin shared his vision of a "personal chemputer" for printing prescription drugs. See the full article on the Observer website.



Jun 2012 - Lee Cronin speaks about 3D printers and chemistry at TED Global 2012


The TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) conferences are world renowned for bringing together great thinkers. The force behind TED is in the power of ideas to change attitudes, lives, and ultimately the world. Last year Lee spoke to the TED Global conference on the Cronin group's work on inorganic biology. This Year Lee has given a short talk about the Group's work in developing 3D printing technologies for use with chemistry, asking “Could we make a really cool universal chemistry set? Could we ‘app’ chemistry?”.

Read more about Lee's talk at the TED blog



Jun 2012 - Cronin Group in 2012 Nobel Campus


Two Cronin group PhD students invited to present at the 2012 CEICS Nobel Campus in Tarragona (Catalonia, Spain). Miss Hong-Ying Zang and Mr Andreu Ruiz have both been selected to take part in this prestigious student Nobel Campus and both students will be presenting their work to Nobel Prize winners.



May 2012 - The 81st Joseph Henry Lecture by Lee Cronin


Lee Cronin gives the 81st Joseph Henry Lecture at the Philosophical Society of Washington on the 25th May 2012. This prestigious lecture, given every year since 1931 (except 1943), was given by Lee with the title ‘Synthesizing Life’ in which he described our efforts to explore complex chemical systems beyond ‘organic-biology’ to set up inorganic-chemical-systems capable of Darwinian evolution. Lee was also made a member of the society which is the oldest scientific society in Washington, being established in 1871.



May 2012 - Lee Cronin wins a RSC-2012 Corday Morgan Prize!


First awarded in 1949, this prestigious prize is awarded annually to the best chemist under the age of 40 and several Nobel Prize winners including Derek Barton and Frederick Sanger were awarded the prize in the past and Cronin is the first Chemist at Glasgow to win the award in 35 years.

The citation for Cronin’s prize reads “Cronin is recognized for his pioneering and creative studies in the field of inorganic chemistry, specifically the self-assembly and self-organization of inorganic molecules and the engineering of complex systems leading to the emergence of system-level behaviours.”



May 2012 - Downloadable Drugs


Cronin group ‘reactionware’ research, featured on the front cover of Nature Chemistry in May 2012 has caught the imagination. Covered all round the world, on the BBC, in BBC Click and numerous online, TV, and newspapers the story went global in just a few days. Such was the interest a two page news item was published in NewScientist on 21st April 2012, p8-9 and the work was again described in the editorial on page 5 of the same issue entitled ‘Aps beyond the digital’ with the strap line ‘Chemicals on demand from 3d printers are an exciting prospect’.



Apr 2012 - Cronin Group Nature Chemistry Article on 3D Printed Reactionware Highlighted.


The Cronin Group’s article published this week in nature chemistry has been highlighted around the media. This ground-breaking article develops the concept of 3D printed reactionware, where chemical reactors can be printed ‘on-demand’ for specific chemical tasks, such as catalysis or spectroscopy. These reactors incorporate chemically active elements into the very structure of the reaction vessel itself providing flexible and easily reconfigurable reactor architectures for chemical synthesis. The article has attracted much attention for this emerging field and the potential implications of this work for chemical industries and society as a whole.

As well as being highlighted in a News & Views article in Nature Chemistry itself, the work has been featured in the prestigious science journal Nature as well as in publications such as the RSC’s Chemistry world and the ACS’s Chemical & Engineering News.

Outside the Scientific community the article has been featured in the popular science magazine New Scientist and on the BBC news technology website. The Authors discussed this pioneering work and its implications on the BBC’s current affairs programme Newsnight Scotland(available here until Tuesday the 24th April for viewers inside the UK) and on the BBC Scotland news website.



Apr 2012 - Lee Cronin Delivers Lecture on “New Formats for Molecular Discovery and Complex Chemical Systems” At RSC Dalton meeting.


On 11th April, Professor Cronin Delivered a lecture entitled “New Formats for Molecular Discovery and Complex Chemical Systems” at the latest meeting of the Scottish division of the RSC Dalton division held in University of Strathclyde. The lecture highlighted the advantages of new flow setups and 3D printing for discovery of complex chemical systems.

For more information, please visit our 3D printing page.



Feb 2012 - Lee Cronin Discusses the group's work on Solar Fuel production and storage on BBC News


The work of the Cronin Group in collaboration with the Glasgow Solar Fuels team of researchers has been featured on Scottish current affairs programme Newsnight Scotland. The article features a report on the work of the Glasgow Solar Fuels team with Co-Directors Lee Cronin and Prof. Richard Cogdell, and a live discussion with Lee Cronin about the work. The BBC's report can be found on the BBC News website.



Jan 2012 - Cronin Group comes of age with our 21st successful PhD student!


Congratulations to Dr. Feng Xu who has become the 21st successful PhD candidate to graduate from the Cronin Group. Dr. Xu is moving on to a post-doctoral position with Professor Yufei Song at the Beijing University of Chemical Technology.



Jan 2012 - Cronin Group paper featured as a 'Hot Article' in the current issue of Dalton Transactions


The RSC journal Dalton Transactions has chosen a Cronin Group publication as one of its featured 'Hot Articles', meaning that access to the article is free until 31 January 2012.
The article by Laia Vilà-Nadal, Scott G. Mitchell, De-Liang Long, Antonio Rodríguez-Fortea, Xavier López, Josep M. Poblet and Leroy Cronin combines the Group's expertise in both theoretical investigation and ESI Mass spectrometry to investigate the rotational isomerism of non-classical Wells-Dawson POMs. The article can be found on the Dalton Transactions website.



Dec 2011 - Lee Cronin to Deliver the 2011 Bob Hay Lecture at MASC 2011


The Bob Hay Lectureship is awarded at the RSC Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Chemistry Group annual meeting.

This prestigious lecture is given annually by a younger chemist working in the area of macrocyclic and/or supramolecular chemistry in its widest sense.

The award lecture is given in memory of Professor Bob Hay, one of the pioneers of macrocyclic chemistry in the UK.

Professor Cronin's Lecture will be titled "Creationism in Inorganic and Supramolecular Chemistry".

More info: http://funmol.wordpress.com/



Oct 2011 - Lee Cronin Featured on Dr. Kiki's Science Hour


Prof. Lee Cronin recently appeared on the popular American science program 'Dr. Kiki's Science Hour' to talk about his research. In an episode entitled "The Living Dead" Prof. Cronin talks about inorganic chemistry and his research.

Also in YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fXeBRJnho5o<\p>



Oct 2011 - Lee Cronin featured in an 'Author Profile' appearing in Angewandte Chemie International Edition.


To recognise the publication of Lee Cronin's 25th article appearing in Angewandte Chemie since 2000, the prestigious chemistry journal has published a profile of professor Cronin in which he discusses his motivations as a scientist and the nature of the Cronin Group's research. For the full profile visit the article at Angewandte Chemie here



Sep 2011 - Lee Cronin's TED Global 2011 Talk Available Free Online


The TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) conferences are world renowned for bringing together great thinkers. The force behind TED is in the power of ideas to change attitudes, lives, and ultimately the world. Lee spoke in the first session at TED Global “The Stuff of Life” entitled “beginnings” on the Cronin group work on inorganic biology. To view the talk for free online, please visit the TED Global 2011 site.



Sep 2011 - Cronin Group Work on Inorganic Chemical Cells Published in Angewandte Chemie International Edition


The paper entitled ‘Modular Redox Active Inorganic Chemical Cells: iCHELLs’ by Geoffrey J. T. Cooper, Philip J. Kitson, Ross Winter, Michele Zagnoni, De-Liang Long & Leroy Cronin will appear in the online issue of Angewandte Chemie International Edition today and will also be featured on the back cover of the printed issue. Interfacial membrane formation by cation exchange of polyoxometalates produces modular inorganic chemical cells with tunable morphology, properties, and composition. These inorganic chemical cells or iCHELLs, which show redox activity, chirality, as well as selective permeability towards small molecules, can be nested within one another potentially allowing stepwise reactions to occur in sequence within the cell. These are the first demonstration of modular fictionalization and application of Traube-like inorganic precipitation membranes since their discovery in 1867.



Aug 2011 - Lee Cronin Interviewed in UK newspaper 'The Observer'


Lee Cronin has been interviewed for in the UK sunday newspaper The Observer as part of their Science and Technology series 'My Bright Idea' in which leading scientists and researchers discuss the driving ideas behind their work. The full article can be accessed on the Observer website here



Jul 2011 - CAS & SciFinder Student Information Exchange Program


Cronin group member Thomas Boyd has been selected to attend the forthcoming information exchange meeting in Columbus, Ohio on August 16-20. The program will give an opportunity for students to exchange ideas and experiences with CAS staff on the subject of chemical information and informatics. In addition, attendees will tour local research facilities such as Battelle Memorial Institute and the Ohio State University James Cancer Research Facility before travelling to Boston for the Fall 2010 American Chemical Society National Meeting on August 22-26.



Jul 2011 - PDRA awarded prestigious RSE Fellowship


Dr Haralampos (Harry) N. Miras has been awarded a prestigious Royal Society of Edinburgh RSE/Scottish Government Personal Research Fellowship that he will take up in the group later this year. The competition for these Fellowships is intense and gaining this award is a great achievement. This fellowship, co-funded by Marie Curie actions, supports Dr Miras' project on "Non Equilibrium Engineering Methods of Assembling Functional Metal Oxides".



Jun 2011 - Lee Cronin to speak at TED Global 2011


The TED (Technology, Entertainment, Design) conferences are world renowned for bringing together great thinkers. The force behind TED is in the power of ideas to change attitudes, lives, and ultimately the world. Lee will be speaking in the first session at TED Global “The Stuff of Life” entitled “beginnings” on the Cronin group work on inorganic biology. For a list of speakers at the event please visit the TED Global 2011 site.



Jun 2011 - Cronin Group research highlighted in Chemistry World Magazine


Research from the Cronin group has been highlighted by Philip Ball in his popular column 'The Crucible' In the RSC's chemistry magazine 'Chemistry World'.Discussing the fascinating processes in the crystal garden phenomenon, Ball discusses some of the Groups work on emergent mesoscale structures: “Cronin hopes to see whether such structures can be developed into inorganic proto-cells with life-like characteristics - one might say, with a vegetative soul”. The full article can be read here.



Jan 2011 - Cronin Group research featured in "New Scientist" magazine


The Cronin Group's research has been featured in a recent edition of the popular science magazine "New Scientist". In an in-depth article Prof. Cronin discusses the group's interest in the development of complex chemical systems and the possibility of evolving inorganic systems.



Jan 2011 - Cronin Group Hosts EPSRC sponsored "WetFAB" workshop


The Cronin Group Has recently hosted an EPSRC sponsored workshop which brought together chemists, engineers, artists and architects amongst others to explore the use of 3D fabrication equipment in a research chemistry environemnent. For more information on the participants and concepts examined, see the workshop programme



May 2010 - Cronin Group Work Published in the First Issue of Chemical Science


The paper entitled 'Following the self assembly of supramolecular MOFs using X-ray crystallography and cryospray mass spectrometry' by Georg Seeber, Geoffrey J. T. Cooper, Graham N. Newton, Mali H. Rosnes, De-Liang Long, Benson M. Kariuki, Paul Kögerler and Leroy Cronin will appear in the first issue of Chemical Science, the new flagship journal from the Royal Society of Chemistry.

Link to Journal

The manuscript can already be viewed online by following the above link - watch out for the fully animated graphical abstract!



May 2010 - 3D images of publications now available


3D Rotatable structures of the groups publications are now available through the publications page of the website. Simply go to the papers page look for publications which have a 'view 3D structure' link associated with them. clicking this link lets you explore the main structures of the paper. Many papers now have linked structures and we will be adding more soon.



Jan 2010 - Cover of Science


Latest issue of Science features on the cover:

 

Crystal structure of a molybdenum oxide nanowheel, 2.6 nanometers in diameter, around a smaller molybdenum oxide cluster.
Miras et al. used a controlled-flow reactor to show that the central core serves as a transient template for the self-assembly of the nanowheel and is ultimately ejected to yield a hollow finished product.

 

Image: Leroy Cronin, Ryo Tsunashima, Haralampos Miras/ University of Glasgow

 

Unveiling the Transient Template in the Self-Assembly of a Molecular Oxide Nanowheel

  Haralampos N. Miras, Geoffrey J. T. Cooper, De-Liang Long, Hartmut Bögge, Achim Müller, Carsten Streb, Leroy Cronin

 

Self-assembly has proven a powerful means of preparing structurally intricate nanomaterials, but the mechanism is often masked by the common one-pot mixing procedure. We employed a flow system to study the steps underlying assembly of a previously characterized molybdenum oxide wheel 3.6 nanometers in diameter. We observed crystallization of an intermediate structure in which a central {Mo36} cluster appears to template the assembly of the surrounding {Mo150} wheel. The transient nature of the template is demonstrated by its ejection after the wheel is reduced to its final electronic state. The template’s role in the self-assembly mechanism is further confirmed by the deliberate addition of the template to the reaction mixture, which greatly accelerates the assembly time of the {Mo150} wheel and increases the yield.

 

http://www.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/short/327/5961/72



A YouTube video of the self assembly process can be found here.



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Prof. Lee Cronin
Regius Chair of Chemistry
Cronin Laboratory
School of Chemistry
WestCHEM
Joseph Black Building
University of Glasgow
Glasgow, G12 8QQ
United Kingdom
Tel:+44-141 330 6650
Fax: +44-141 330 4888
Email: lee.cronin@glasgow.ac.uk
Full Biography
Angewandte Chemie Profile

Recent Publications

284. Assembly and core transformation properties of two tetrahedral clusters: [FeIII13P8W60O227(OH)15(H2O)2]30- and [FeIII13P8W60O224(OH)12(PO4)4]33-,
P. I. Molina, H. N. Miras, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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283. Polyoxometalate Clusters Integrated into Peptide Chains and as Inorganic Amino Acids: Solution- and Solid-Phase Approaches,
C. Yvon, A. J. Surman, M. Hutin, J. Alex, B. O. Smith, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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282. Towards imaging electron density inside metal-organic framework structures,
Y. Takashima, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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281. Quantification of ion binding using electrospray mass spectrometry,
J. S. Mathieson, G. J. T. Cooper, M. D. Symes, L. Cronin,
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280. A Bioelectrochemical Approach to Characterize Extracellular Electron Transfer by Synechocystis sp. PCC6803,
A. Cereda, A. Hitchcock, M. D. Symes, L. Cronin, T. S. Bibby, A. K. Jones,
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279. Self-assembly and structural transformations of high-nuclearity palladium-rich polyoxometalates,
J. M. Cameron, J. Gao, D. -L. Long, L.Cronin,
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278. Formation, self-assembly and transformation of a transient selenotungstate building block into clusters, chains and macrocycles,
J. M. Cameron, J. Gao, L. Vilà-Nadal, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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277. Non-equilibrium dynamic control of gold nanoparticle and hyper-branched nanogold assemblies,
V. Sans, S. Glatzel, F. J. Douglas, D. A. Maclaren, A. Lapkin, L. Cronin,
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276. Low pH Electrolytic Water Splitting Using Earth-Abundant Metastable Catalysts That Self-Assemble in Situ,
L. G. Bloor, P. I. Molina, M. D. Symes, L. Cronin,
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275. Inorganic Capsules: Redox-Active Guests in Metal Cages,
A. Macdonell, L. Cronin, Eds. T. Torres, G. Bottari,
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274. Directed Assembly of Polyoxometalates across Length Scales: From Macro-Molecules to Microsystems and IChells,
A. Boulay, G. J. T. Cooper, L. Cronin, Ed. F. Sécheresse,
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273. Polyoxometalates: Synthesis and Structure – From Building Blocks to Emergent Materials,
M. Hutin, M. H. Rosnes, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin, Eds. J. Reedick, K. Poeppelmeier,
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272. Template-Directed Assembly of Polyoxothiometalate Scaffolds into Nanomolecular Architectures,
H.-Y. Zang, H. N. Miras, D. -L. Long, B. Rausch, L. Cronin,
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271. Towards Polyoxometalate-Cluster-Based Nano-Electronics,
L. Vilà-Nadal, S. G. Mitchell, S. Markov, C. Busche, V. Georgiev, A. Asenov, L. Cronin,
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270. Exploring the Interplay Between Ligand Derivatisation and Cation Type in the Assembly of Hybrid Polyoxometalate Mn-Andersons,
M. H. Rosnes, C. Musumeci, C. Yvon, A. Macdonell, C. P. Pradeep, C. Sartorio, D. -L. Long, B. Pignataro, L. Cronin,
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269. Continuous parallel ESI-MS analysis of reactions carried out in a bespoke 3D printed device,
J. S. Mathieson, M. H. Rosnes, V. Sans, P. J. Kitson, L. Cronin,
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268. Polyoxometalate macroion induced phase and morphology instability of lipid membrane,
B. Jing, M. Hutin, E. Connor, L. Cronin, Y. Zhu,
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267. Naphthoxanthenyl, a New Stable Phenalenyl Type Radical Stabilized by Electronic Effects,
O. Anamimoghadam, M. D. Symes, C. Busche, D. -L. Long, S. T. Caldwell, C. Flors, S. Nonell, L. Cronin, G. Bucher,
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266. A collection of robust methodologies for the preparation of asymmetric hybrid Mn-Anderson polyoxometalates for multifunctional materials,
C. Yvon, A. Macdonell, S. Buchwald, A. J. Surman, N. Follet, J. Alex, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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265. Assembly of thiometalate-based {Mo16} and {mo36} composite clusters combining [Mo2O2S2]2+ cations and selenite anions,
H. -Y. Zang, J. -J. Chen, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin, H. N. Miras,
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264. A redox-triggered structural rearrangement in an iodate-templated polyoxotungstate cluster cage,
D. -L. Long, J. Yan, A. R. de la Oliva, C. Busche, H. M. Miras, J. R. Errington, L. Cronin,
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263. 0D to 1D Switching of Hybrid Polyoxometalate Assemblies at the Nanoscale by Using Molecular Control,
W. Chen, D. Ma, J. Yan, T. Boyd, L. Cronin, D. -L. Long, Y. -F. Song,
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262. A bio-inspired, small molecule electron-coupled-proton buffer for decoupling the half-reactions of electrolytic water splitting,
B. Rausch, M. D. Symes, L. Cronin,
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261. Exploring the programmable assembly of a polyoxometalate-organic hybrid via metal ion coordination,
P. Yin, L. Tao, R. S. Forgan, C. Lydon, X. Zuo, Z. N. Zheng, B. Lee, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin, T. Liu,
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260. Polyoxometalate {W18O56XO6} Clusters with Embedded Redox-Active Main-Group Templates as Localized Inner-Cluster Radicals,
L. Vilà-Nadal, K. Peuntinger, C. Busche, J. Yan, D. Lüders, D. -L. Long, J. M. Poblet, D. M. Guldi, L. Cronin,
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259. Quick and selective synthesis of Li6 α-P2W18O62.28H2O soluble in various organic solvents,
C. Kato, S. Nishihara, R. Tsunashima, Y. Tatewaki, S. Okada, X. -M. Ren, K. Inoue, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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258. Exploring the Assembly of Supramolecular Polyoxometalate Triangular Morphologies with Johnson Solid Cores: [(MnII(H2O)3)2(K ⊂ {α-GeW10MnII2O38}3)]19-,
P. I. Molina, H. N. Miras, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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257. Designing artificial photosynthetic devices using hybrid organic-inorganic modules based on polyoxometalates,
M. D. Symes, R. J. Cogdell, L.Cronin,
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256. The use and misuse of photosynthesis in the quest for novel methods to harness solar energy to make fuel,
R. J. Cogdell, A. T. Gardiner, P. I. Molina, L. Cronin,
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255. Combining 3D printing and liquid handling to produce user-friendly reactionware for chemical synthesis and purification,
P. J. Kitson, M. D. Symes, V. Dragone, L. Cronin,
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254. Programming the assembly of carboxylic acid-functionalised hybrid polyoxometalates,
M. Hutin, C. Yvon, J. Yan, A. Macdonell, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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253. Nanoscale Control of Polyoxometalate Assembly: A {Mn8W4} Cluster within a {W36Si4Mn10} Cluster Showing a New Type of Isomerism,
R. S. Winter, J. Yan, C. Busche, J. S. Mathieson, A. Prescimone, E. K. Brechin, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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252. 3D-printed devices for continuous-flow organic chemistry,
V. Dragone, V. Sans, M. H. Rosnes, P. J. Kitson, L. Cronin,
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251. Decoupling hydrogen and oxygen evolution during electrolytic water splitting using an electron-coupled-proton buffer,
M. D. Symes ,L. Cronin,
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250. Synthesis and characterisation of a lanthanide-capped dodecavanadate cage,
J. M. Cameron, G. N. Newton, C. Busche, D.-L. Long, H. Oshio, L. Cronin,
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249. Sulfite Anions as Structure-Directing Templates for the Engineering of Modular Polyoxometalates,
H. N. Miras, G. I. Chilas, L. Cronin, T. A. Kabanos,
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248. Use of ion-mobility mass spectrometry (IMS-MS) to map polyoxometalate Keplerate clusters and their supramolecular assemblies,
P. J. Robbins, A. J. Surman, J. Thiel, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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247. One-Pot versus Sequential Reactions in the Self-Assembly of Gigantic Nanoscale Polyoxotungstates,
J. Gao, J. Yan, S. Beeg, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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246. Assembly of a Gigantic Polyoxometalate Cluster {W200Co8O660} in a Networked Reactor System,
A. R. de la Oliva, V. Sans, H. N. Miras, J. Yan, H. Zang, C. J. Richmond, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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245. A classification of spin frustration in molecular magnets from a physical study of large odd-numbered-metal, odd electron rings,
M. L. Baker, G. A. Timco, S. Piligkos, J. S. Mathieson, H. Mutka, F. Tuna, P. Kozlowski, M. Antkowiak, T. Guidi, T. Gupta, H. Rath, R. J. Woolfson, G. Kamieniarz, R. G. Pritchard, H. Weihe, L. Cronin, G. Rajaraman, D. Collison, E. J. L. McInnes, R. E. P. Winpenny,
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244. Directed Assembly of Inorganic Polyoxometalate-based Micrometer- Scale Tubular Architectures by Using Optical Control,
G. J. T. Cooper, R. W. Bowman, E. P. Magennis, F. Fernandez-Trillo, C. Alexander, M. J. Padgett, L. Cronin,
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243. A flow-system array for the discovery and scale up of inorganic clusters,
C. J. Richmond, H. N. Miras, A. R. de la Oliva, H. Zang, V. Sans, L. Paramonov, C. Makatsoris, R. Inglis, E. K. Brechin, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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242. From serendipity to design of polyoxometalates at the nanoscale, aesthetic beauty and applications,
L. Cronin, A. Müller,
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241. Engineering polyoxometalates with emergent properties,
H. N. Miras, J. Yan, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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240. Directed assembly of nanoscale Co(II)-substituted {Co9[P2W15]3} and {Co14[P2W15]4} polyoxometalates,
C. Lydon, M. M. Sabi, Mark. D. Symes, D. -L. Long, M. Murrie, S. Yoshii, H. Nojiri, L. Cronin,
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239. Controlling the Self-Assembly of a Mixed-Metal Mo/V–Selenite Family of Polyoxometalates,
M. N. Corella-Ochoa, H. N. Miras, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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238. Configurable 3D-Printed millifluidic and microfluidic 'lab on a chip' reactionware devices,
P. Kitson, M. Rosnes, V. Sans, V. Dragone, L. Cronin,
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237. Pushing the frontiers in polyoxometalate and metal oxide cluster science,
D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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236. Cation induced structural transformation and mass spectrometric observation of the missing dodecavanadomanganate(iv),
F. Li, D. -L. Long, J. Cameron, H. Miras, C. Pradeep, L. Xu, L. Cronin,
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235. A fluorophosphate-based inverse Keggin structure,
J. Fielden, K. Quasdorf, L.Cronin, P. Kögerler,
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234. Organic-soluble lacunary {M2(P2W15)2} polyoxometalate sandwiches showing a previously unseen αββα isomerism.,
D. Gabb, C. Pradeep, H. Miras, S. Mitchell, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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233. Mapping the synthesis of low nuclearity polyoxometalates from octamolybdates to Mn-Anderson clusters,
M. H. Rosnes, C.Yvon, D. -L. Long, L.Cronin,
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232. Learning from photosynthesis: how to use solar energy to make fuels,
R. Codgell, T. Gardiner, L. Cronin,
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231. Assembly and Autochirogenesis of a Chiral Inorganic Polythioanion Mobius Strip via Symmetry Breaking,
H. Zang, H. Miras, J. Yan, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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230. Correlating the magic numbers of inorganic nanomolecular assemblies with a {Pd84} molecular-ring Rosetta Stone,
F. Xu, H. Miras, R. Scullion, D. -L. Long, J. Thiel, L. Cronin,
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229. Controllable Self-Assembly of Organic–Inorganic Amphiphiles Containing Dawson Polyoxometalate Clusters,
P. Yin, C. P. Pradeep, B. Zhang, F.-Y. Li, C. Lydon, M. H. Rosnes, D. Li, E. Bitterlich, L. Xu, L. Cronin, T. Liu,
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228. ISFET sensor system for real-time detection of extracellular pH oscillations in slime mould,
B. Nemeth, S. Tsuda, C. Busche, L. Cronin, D. R. S. Cumming,
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227. CoxCu1-x(DDOP)(OH2)(NO3) (NO3): hydrogen bond-driven distortion of cobalt(II) by solid solution 'network mismatch',
J. Fielden, D.-L. Long, M. Speldrich, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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226. Morphogenesis of polyoxometalate cluster-based materials to microtubular network architectures,
A. G. Boulay, G. J. T. Cooper, L. Cronin,
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225. Molecular Motions and Hydrogen-Bonding Networks in (o-Aminoanilinium)-(Crown Ethers)- [PMo12O40]4- Crystals,
D. Endo, T. Akutagawa, K. Kubo, S.-i. Noro, L. Cronin, T. Nakamura,
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224. Positive Cooperativity in the Template-Directed Synthesis of Monodisperse Macromolecules,
M. E. Belowich, C. Valente, R. A. Smaldone, D. C. Friedman, J. Thiel, L. Cronin, J. F. Stoddart,
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223. Oscillatory Template Exchange in Polyoxometalate Capsules: A Ligand-Triggered, Redox-Powered, Chemically Damped Oscillation,
H. N. Miras, M. Sorus, J. Hawkett, D. O. Sells, E. J. L. McInnes, L. Cronin,
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222. Integrated 3D-printed reactionware for chemical synthesis and analysis,
M. D. Symes, P. J. Kitson, J. Yan, C. J. Richmond, G. J. T. Cooper, R. W. Bowman, T. Vilbrandt, L. Cronin,
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221. Real-Time Ion-Flux Imaging in the Growth of Micrometer-Scale Structures and Membranes,
B. Nemeth, M. D. Symes, A. G. Boulay, C. Busche, G. J. T. Cooper, D. R. S. Cumming, L. Cronin,
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220. Imaging the Belousov-Zhabotinsky reaction in real time using an ion sensitive array,
B. Nemeth, C. Busche, S. Tsuda, L. Cronin, D. Cumming,
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219. Assembly of Molecular “Layered” Heteropolyoxometalate Architectures,
J. Gao, J. Yan, S. Beeg, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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218. Nanoscale Growth of Molecular Oxides: Assembly of a {V6} Double Cubane Between Two Lacunary {P2W15} Polyoxometalates,
C. Lydon, C. Busche, H. N. Miras, A. Delf, D.-L. Long, L. Yellowlees, L. Cronin,
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217. Solution-Phase Monitoring of the Structural Evolution of a Molybdenum Blue Nanoring,
H. N. Miras, C. J. Richmond, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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216. Insights into the Self-Assembly Mechanism of the Modular Polyoxometalate “Keggin-Net” Family of Framework Materials and Their Electronic Properties,
J. Thiel, P. I. Molina, M. D. Symes, L. Cronin,
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215. Spectroscopic studies of sulfite-based polyoxometalates at high temperature and high pressure,
R. Q. Cabrera, S. Firth, C. S. Blackman, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin, P. F. McMillan,
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214. Switching between ring closed and open N-incorporated heterocycles with tuneable charges and modular reactivity based upon 5-(2-bromoethyl)phenanthridinium bromide,
R. Eadie, C. Richmond, S. Moreton, L. Cronin,
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213. Anion-Dependent Formation of Helicates versus Mesocates of Triple-Stranded M2L3 (M = Fe2+, Cu2+) Complexes,
F. Cui, S. Li, C. Jia, J. S. Mathieson, L. Cronin, X.-J. Yang, B. Wu,
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212. Exploring the rotational isomerism in non-classical Wells–Dawson anions {W18X}: a combined theoretical and mass spectrometry study,
L. Vilà-Nadal, S. G. Mitchell, D. -L. Long, A. Rodríguez-Fortea, X. López, J. M. Poblet , L. Cronin,
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211. Exploring the mobility of nanoscale polyoxometalates using gel electrophoresis,
R. Tsunashima, C. Richmond, L. Cronin,
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210. An unprecedented silver-decavanadate dimer investigated using ion-mobility mass spectrometry,
T. McGlone, J. Thiel, C. Streb, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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209. Observing the Hierarchical Self-Assembly and Architectural Bistability of Hybrid Molecular Metal Oxides Using Ion-Mobility Mass Spectrometry,
J. Thiel, D. Yang, M. H. Rosnes, X. Liu, C. Yvon, S. E. Kelly, Y.-F. Song, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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208. Smart High-k Nanodielectrics Using Solid Supported Polyoxometalate-Rich Nanostructures,
C. Musumeci, M. H. Rosnes, F. Giannazzo, M. D. Symes, L. Cronin, B. Pignataro,
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207. Direct Synthesis and Mass Spectroscopic Observation of the {M40} Polyoxothiometalate Wheel,
H. N. Miras, H. Zang, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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206. Connecting Theory with Experiment to Understand the Initial Nucleation Steps of Heteropolyoxometalate Clusters,
L. Vilà-Nadal, S. G. Mitchell, A. Rodríguez-Fortea, H. N. Miras, L. Cronin, J. M. Poblet,
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205. Modular Redox-Active Inorganic Chemical Cells: iCHELLs,
G. J. T. Cooper, P. J. Kitson, R. S. Winter, M. Zagnoni, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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204. Investigating cation binding in the polyoxometalate-super-crown p(8) w(48) o(184) (40-),
T. Boyd, S. G. Mitchell, D. Gabb, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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203. A mixed-valence manganese cubane trapped by inequivalent trilacunary polyoxometalate ligands,
S. G. Mitchell, P. I. Molina, S. Khanra, H. N. Miras, A. Prescimone, G. J. T. Cooper, R. S. Winter, E. K. Brechin, D.-L. Long, R. J. Cogdell, L. Cronin,
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202. Observation of Fe(v)=O using variable-temperature mass spectrometry and its enzyme-like C-H and C=C oxidation reactions,
I. Prat, J. S. Mathieson, M. Güell, X. Ribas, J. M. Luis, L. Cronin, M. Costas,
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201. Exploring the Structure and Properties of Transition Metal Templated {VM(17)(VO(4))(2)} Dawson-Like Capsules,
H. N. Miras, D. Stone, D.-L. Long, E. J. L. McInnes, P.Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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200. Combined Theoretical and Mass Spectrometry Study of the Formation-Fragmentation of Small Polyoxomolybdates,
L. Vilà-Nadal, E. F. Wilson, H. N. Miras, A. Rodríguez-Fortea, L. Cronin, J. M. Poblet,
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199. Amphiphilic Properties of Dumbbell-Shaped Inorganic-Organic-Inorganic Molecular Hybrid Materials in Solution and at an Interface,
M. F. Misdrahi, M. Wang, C. P. Pradeep, F.-Y. Li, C. Lydon, L. Xu, L. Cronin, T. Liu,
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198. Process Understanding – Crystallization,
L. Cronin, P. J. Kitson, C. C. Wilson,
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197. Electronic and photophysical properties of adducts of [Ru(bpy)3]2+ and Dawson-type sulfite polyoxomolybdates α/β-[Mo18O54(SO3)2]4−,
J. J. Walsh, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin, A. M. Bond, R. J. Forster, T. E. Keyes,
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196. Assembly of a family of mixed metal {Mo : V} polyoxometalates templated by TeO32−: {Mo12V12Te3}, {Mo12V12Te2} and {Mo17V8Te} ,
M. N. Corella-Ochoa, H. N. Miras, A. Kidd, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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195. Self-assembly of a family of macrocyclic polyoxotungstates with emergent material properties ,
J. Gao, J. Yan, S. G. Mitchell, H. N. Miras, A. G. Boulay, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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194. Mapping the Sequential Self-Assembly of Heterometallic Clusters: From a Helix to a Grid,
G. N. Newton, T. Onuki, T. Shiga, M. Noguchi, T. Matsumoto, J. S. Mathieson, M. Nihei, M. Nakano, L. Cronin, H. Oshio,
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193. Hydrogen-Bonded Assemblies of Two-Electron Reduced Mixed-Valence [XMo12O40] (X = P and Si) with p-Phenylenediamines,
T. Akutagawa, F. Kudo, R. Tsunashima, S. -I. Noro, L. Cronin, T. Nakamura,
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192. Design and Synthesis of “Dumb-bell” and “Triangular” Inorganic–Organic Hybrid Nanopolyoxometalate Clusters and Their Characterisation through ESI-MS Analyses,
C. P. Pradeep, F.-Y. Li, C. Lydon, H. N. Miras, D.-L. Long, L. Xu, L. Cronin,
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191. Nanoscale polyoxometalate-based inorganic/organic hybrids,
Y.-F. Song, D.-L. Long, C. Ritchie, L. Cronin,
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190. Silver Linked Polyoxometalate Open Frameworks (Ag-POMOFs) for the Directed Fabrication of Silver Nanomaterials,
T. McGlone, C. Streb, M. Busquets-Fité, J. Yan, D. Gabb, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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189. The Crystal Computer: Computing with Inorganic Cellular Frameworks and Nets,
M. D. Symes, L. Cronin,
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188. Defining New Architectural Design Principles with 'Living' Inorganic Materials.,
L. Cronin,
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187. Real-Time Observation of the Self-Assembly of Hybrid Polyoxometalates Using Mass Spectrometry,
E. F. Wilson, H. N. Miras, M. H. Rosnes, L. Cronin,
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186. Osmotically Driven Crystal Morphogenesis: A General Approach to the Fabrication of Micrometer-Scale Tubular Architectures Based on Polyoxometalates,
G. J. T. Cooper, A. G. Boulay, P. J. Kitson, C. Ritchie, C. J. Richmond, J. Thiel, D. Gabb, R. Eadie, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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185. A Supramolecular Heteropolyoxopalladate {Pd15} Cluster Host Encapsulating a {Pd2} Dinuclear Guest: [PdII2{H7PdII15O10(PO4)10}]9−,
F. Xu, R. A. Scullion, J. Yan, H. N. Miras, C. Busche, A. Scandurra, B. Pignataro, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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184. Programmable Surface Architectures Derived from Hybrid Polyoxometalate-Based Clusters,
C. Musumeci, A. Luzio, C.P. Pradeep, H.N. Miras, M. H. Rosnes, Y. -F. Song, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin, B. Pignataro,
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183. Controlling the Molecular Assembly of Polyoxometalates from the Nano to the Micron Scale: Molecules to Materials,
M. Hutin, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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182. Extended Polyoxometalate Framework Solids: Two Mn(II)-Linked {P8W48} Network Arrays,
S. G. Mitchell, T. Boyd, H. N. Miras, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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181. Exploring the thermochromism of sulfite-embedded polyoxometalate capsules,
R. Tsunashima, D.-L. Long, T. Endo, S. Noro, T. Akutagawa, T. Nakamura, R. Q. Cabrera, P. F. McMillan, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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180. Artificial photosynthesis – solar fuels: current status and future prospects,
R. J. Cogdell, T. H. P. Brotosudarmo, A. T. Gardiner, P. M. Sanchez, L. Cronin,
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179. Assembly of titanium embedded polyoxometalates with unprecedented structural features,
T. McGlone, L. Vilà-Nadal, H. N. Miras, D.-L. Long, J. M. Poblet, L. Cronin,
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178. Assembly of Pure Silver-Tungsten-Oxide Frameworks from Nanostructured Solution Processable Clusters and Their Evolution into Materials with a Metallic Component,
T. McGlone, C. Streb, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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177. Assembly of Modular Asymmetric Organic-Inorganic Polyoxometalate Hybrids into Anisotropic Nanostructures,
M. H. Rosnes, C. Musumeci, C. P. Pradeep, J. S. Mathieson, D.-L. Long, Y.-F. Song, B. Pignataro, R. Cogdell, L. Cronin,
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176. A dimeric polyoxometalate sandwich motif containing a truncated {Mn3O4} cubane core,
S. G. Mitchell, H. N. Miras, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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175. Controlling transformations in the assembly of polyoxometalate clusters: {Mo11V7}, {Mo17V8} and {Mo72V30} ,
H.N. Miras, M.N.C. Ochoa, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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174. Reverse-Vesicle Formation of Organic-Inorganic Polyoxometalate-Containing Hybrid Surfactants with Tunable Sizes,
J. Zhang,Y.-F. Song, L. Cronin, T. Liu,
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173. Cations in control: crystal engineering polyoxometalate clusters using cation directed self-assembly ,
C. P. Pradeep, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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172. Modular Inorganic Polyoxometalate Frameworks Showing Emergent Properties: Redox Alloys ,
J. Thiel, C. Ritchie, H. N. Miras, C. Streb, S. G. Mitchell, T. Boyd, M. N. C. Ochoa, M. H. Rosnes, J. McIver, D. -L. Long, L.Cronin.,
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171. In situ investigations of the polyoxometalate Trojan Horse compound K7Na[(W18O56)-O-VI(SO3)(2)(H2O)(2)]center dot 20H(2)O under high temperature and high pressure conditions,
R. Q. Cabrera, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin, P. F. McMillan,
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170. Following the self assembly of supramolecular MOFs using X-ray crystallography and cryospray mass spectrometry,
G. Seeber, G. J. T. Cooper, G. N. Newton, M. H. Rosnes, D. -L. Long, B. M. Kariuki, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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169. Self-Assembly of a Nanosized, Saddle-Shaped, Solution-Stable Polyoxometalate Anion Built from Pentagonal Building Blocks: [H34W119Se8Fe2O420](54-),
J. Yan, J. Gao, D. -L. Long, H. N. Miras, L. Cronin,
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168. Heat Capacity Reveals the Physics of a Frustrated Spin Tube,
N. B. Ivanov, J. Schnack, R. Schnalle, J. Richter, P. Kögerler, G. N. Newton, L. Cronin, Y. Oshima, H. Nojiri,
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167. Development of a Building Block Strategy To Access Gigantic Nanoscale Heteropolyoxotungstates by Using SeO32- as a Template Linker,
J. Yan, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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166. Understanding and mapping the assembly of a family of trimeric polyoxometalates: transition metal mediated Wells-Dawson (M-18)-trimers,
T. Boyd, S. G. Mitchell, H. N. Miras, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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165. Supramolecular Architectures of Copper(II) Perchlorate Complexes of cis,trans-1,3,5-Triaminocyclohexane Assembled Exploiting the Delicate Balance Between Weak and Strong Interactions,
M. N. C. Ochoa, G. J. T. Cooper, G. N. Newton, D. -L. Long, G. Seeber, L. Cronin,
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164. Ferromagnetically coupled chiral cyanide-bridged {Ni6Fe4} cages,
T. Shiga, G.N. Newton, J.S. Mathieson, T. Tetsuka, M. Nihei, L. Cronin, H. Oshio,
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163. Cation Controlled Assembly and Transformation of Mono- and Bi-Sulfite Templated Dawson-Type Polyoxotungstates,
J. Yan, D. -L. Long, H. N. Miras, L. Cronin,
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162. The Construction of High-Nuclearity Isopolyoxoniobates with Pentagonal Building Blocks: [HNb27O76](16-) and [H10Nb31O93(CO3)](23-),
R. Tsunashima, D. -L. Long, H. N. Miras, D. Gabb, C. P. Pradeep, L. Cronin,
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161. Controlled polymer synthesis-from biomimicry towards synthetic biology,
G. Pasparakis, N. Krasnogor, L. Cronin, B.G. Davis, C. Alexander,
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160. Hybrid polyoxometalate clusters with appended aromatic platforms,
Y.-F. Song, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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159. Polyoxometalates: Building Blocks for Functional Nanoscale Systems,
D. -L. Long, R. Tsunashima, L. Cronin,
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158. Face-directed self-assembly of an electronically active Archimedean polyoxometalate architecture,
S. G. Mitchell, C. Streb, H. N. Miras, T. Boyd, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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157. Unveiling the Transient Template in the Self-Assembly of a Molecular Oxide Nanowheel,
H. N. Miras, G. J. T. Cooper, D. -L. Long, H. Bögge, A. Müller, C. Streb, L. Cronin,
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156. Adsorption and Catalytic Properties of the Inner Nanospace of a Gigantic Ring-Shaped Polyoxometalate Cluster,
S. -I. Noro, R. Tsunashima, Y. Kamiya, K. Uemura, H. Kita, L. Cronin, T. Akutagawa, T. Nakamura,
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155. Fine Tuning Reactivity: Synthesis and Isolation of 1,2,3,12b-Tetrahydroimidazo[1,2-f]phenanthridines,
C. J. Richmond, R. M. Eadie, A. D. C. Parenty, L. Cronin,
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154. Guest-Directed Supramolecular Architectures of {W-36} Polyoxometalate Crowns,
T. McGlone, C. Streb, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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153. How to sweet-talk bacteria,
G.J.T. Cooper, L. Cronin,
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152. Structure, Magnetism, and Ionic Conductivity of the Gigantic {Mo-176}-Wheel Assembly: Na15Fe3Co16[Mo176O528H3(H2O)(80)]Cl-27 center dot 450H(2)O,
H. Imai, T. Akutagawa, F. Kudo, M. Ito, K. Toyoda, S. -I. Noro, L. Cronin, T. Nakamura,
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151. Supramolecular Silver Polyoxometalate Architectures Direct the Growth of Composite Semiconducting Nanostructures,
C. Streb, R. Tsunashima, D. A. MacLaren, T. McGlone, T. Akutagawa, T. Nakamura, A. Scandurra, B. Pignataro, N. Gadegaard, L. Cronin,
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150. Synthesis of Modular “Inorganic-Organic-Inorganic” Polyoxometalates and their Assembly into Vesicles,
C. P. Pradeep, M. F. Misdrahi, F. -Y. Li, J. Zhang, L. Xu, D. -L. Long, T. Liu, L. Cronin,
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149. The marriage of inorganic and organic building blocks for the assembly of rotaxanes ,
E. K. Brechin, L. Cronin,
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148. A functional hybrid polyoxometalate framework based on a ‘trilacunary’ heteropolyanion anion [(P4W6O34)2Co2Na2(H2O)2]18- ,
C. Ritchie, F. Li, C. P. Pradeep, D.-L. Long, L. Xu, L. Cronin,
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147. Synthesis of Cu(I) Octamolybdates using tetrakis-Acetonitrilecopper(I) Hexafluorophosphates ,
J. Fielden, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin, P. Kögerler,
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146. A new C-C bond forming annulation reaction leading to pH switchable heterocycles ,
P. J. Kitson, A. D. C. Parenty, C. J. Richmond, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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145. Real-Time Direction Control of Self Fabricating Polyoxometalate-Based Microtubes ,
G. J. T. Cooper, L. Cronin,
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144. Nucleation Mechanisms of Molecular Oxides: A Study of the Assembly-Disassembly of [W6O19]2– Using Theory and Mass Spectrometry ,
L. Vilà-Nadal, A. Rodríguez-Fortea, L.-K. Yan, E. F. Wilson, L. Cronin, J. M. Poblet,
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143. Voltammetry of [R4N]4[M18O54(SO3)2] and [Ru(bpy)3]2[M18O54(SO3)2] (M = Mo, W) as microcrystals adhered to a glassy carbon electrode surface in contact with ionic liquid media,
M. Góral, T. McCormac, E. Dempsey, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin, A. M. Bond,
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142. Discovery of Heteroatom ‘Embedded’ Te {W18O54} Nano- functional Polyoxometalates Using Cryospray Mass Spectrometry,
J. Yan, D.-L. Long, E. F. Wilson, L. Cronin,
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141. The Trinity of Polyoxometalates: Connecting {M12} Keggin and {M18} Dawson clusters to Triangles,
S.G. Mitchell, S.Khanra, H. N. Miras, T. Boyd, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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140. Spontaneous Assembly and Real-Time Growth of Micron-Scale Tubular Structures from Polyoxometalate-Based Inorganic Solids,
C. Ritchie, G. J. T. Cooper, Y.-F. Song, C. Streb, H. Yin, A. D. C. Parenty, D. A. MacLaren, L. Cronin,
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139. Heteroatom Controlled Kinetics of Switchable Polyoxometalate Frameworks,
J. Thiel, C. Ritchie, C. Streb, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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138. Monitoring the Formation of Coordination Complexes Using Electrospray Mass Spectrometry,
J. S. Mathieson, G. J. T. Cooper, A. L. Pickering, M. Keller, D.-L. Long, G. N. Newton, L. Cronin,
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137. Micropatterned Surfaces with Covalently Grafted Unsymmetrical Polyoxometalate-hybrid Clusters Leads to Selective Cell Adhesion,
Y.-F. Song, N. McMillan, D.-L. Long, S. Kane, J. Malm, M. O Riehle, C. P. Pradeep, N. Gadegaard, L. Cronin,
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136. Unravelling the Complexities of Inorganic and Supramolecular Self-Assembly in Solution with Electrospray and Cryospray Mass Spectrometry,
H. N. Miras, E. F. Wilson, L. Cronin,
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135. cis-Tach based Pentadecadentate Ligands as Building Blocks in the Synthesis of FeIII and PdII’ Coordination Clusters,
G. N. Newton, G. J. T. Cooper, D. Schuch, T. Shiga, S. Khanra, D.-L. Long, H. Oshio, L. Cronin,
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134. Grafting Ligands to Direct the Self-Assembly of Co/Ni2+ Substituted Polyoxometalate Clusters,
C. Ritchie, T. Boyd, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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133. Exploring a Series of Isostructural Dodecanuclear Mixed Ni:Co Clusters: Controlling Elemental Composition using pH and Stoichiometry,
G. J. T. Cooper, G. N. Newton, D.-L. Long, P. Kögerler, M. H. Rosnes, M. Keller, L. Cronin,
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132. Controlling Nucleation of the Cyclic Heteropolyanion {P8W48} Two Cobalt-Substituted Phosphotungstate Networks,
S. G. Mitchell, D. Gabb, C. Ritchie, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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131. Bottom-up’ Meets ‘Top-down’ Assembly in Nanoscale Polyoxometalate Clusters: Self Assembly of [P4W52O178]24- and Disassembly to [P3W39O134]19- ,
C. P. Pradeep, D.-L. Long, C. Streb, L Cronin,
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130. Sorting the Assemblies of Unsymmetrically Covalently Functionalised Mn-Anderson Polyoxometalate Clusters with Mass Spectrometry,
Y.-F. Song, D.-L. Long, S. E. Kelly, L. Cronin,
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129. Self-Assembly of Organic-Inorganic Hybrid Amphiphilic Surfactants with Large Polyoxometalates as Polar Head Groups,
J. Zhang, Y.-F. Song, L. Cronin, T. Liu,
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128. Hybrid host guest complexes: Directing the supramolecular structure through secondary host-guest interactions,
C. Streb, T. McGlone, O. Brücher, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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127. Solution Discovery and Solid State Characterisation of a Heterometallic Polyoxometalate {Mo11V7}: [MoVI11VV5VIV2O529-SO3)]7-,
H. N. Miras, D. J. Stone, Eric J. L. McInnes, R. Raptis, P. Baran, G. I. Chilas, M. P. Sigalas, T. A. Kabanos, L. Cronin,
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126. Reversible Redox Reactions in an Extended Polyoxometalate Framework Solid,
C. Ritchie, C. Streb, J. Thiel, S. G. Mitchell, H. N. Miras, D.-L. Long T. Boyd, Robert D. Peacock, Thomas McGlone, L. Cronin,
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125. Realisation of a "lockable" molecular switch via pH & redox modulated cyclisation,
C. J. Richmond, A. D. C. Parenty, Y.-F. Song, G. Cooke, L. Cronin,
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124. Polyoxometalate Mediated Self Assembly of Single-Molecule Magnets: {[XW9O34]2[MnIII4MnII2O4(H2O)4]}12-,
C. Ritchie, A. Ferguson, H. Nojiri, H. N. Miras, Y.-F. Song, D.-L. Long, E. Burkholder, M. Murrie, P. Kögerler, E. K. Brechin, L. Cronin,
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123. Supramolecular self-assembly and anion-dependence of copper(II) complexes with cationic Dihydro-Imidazo Phenanthridinium (DIP)- containing ligands,
Y.-F. Song, P. J. Kitson, D.-L. Long, A. D. C. Parenty, R. J. Thatcher, L. Cronin,
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122. Structural Evolution of ‘S’ Shaped [H4W22O74]12- and ‘§’ Shaped [H10W34O116]18- polyoxotungstate Clusters,
H. N. Miras, J. Yan, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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121. Probing the self-assembly of inorganic cluster architectures in solution with cryospray mass spectrometry: Growth of poly oxomolybdate clusters and polymers mediated by silver(I) ions,
E. F. Wilson, H. Abbas, B. J. Duncombe, C. Streb, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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120. Reversible electron-transfer reactions within a nanoscale metal oxide cage mediated by metallic substrates,
C. Fleming, D.-L. Long, N. McMillan, J. Johnson, N. Bovet, V. Dhanak, N. Gadegaard, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin, M. Kadodwala,
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119. Post-Synthetic Covalent Modification of Metal-Organic Framework (MOF) Materials,
Y.-F. Song, L. Cronin,
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118. Capture of periodate in a {W18O54} cluster cage yielding a catalytically active polyoxometalate [H3W18O56(IO6)]6- embedded with high valent iodine,
D.-L. Long, Y.-F. Song, E. F. Wilson, P. Kögerler, S.-X. Guo, A. M. Bond, J. S. J. Hargreaves, L. Cronin,
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117. Supramolecular Metal Oxides: Programmed Hierarchical Assembly of a Protein-Sized 21 kD {(TBA)19[H2NC(CH2O)3P2V3W15O59]4 }5– Polyoxometalate Assembly ,
C. P. Pradeep, D-L. Long, G. N. Newton, Y.-F. Song, L. Cronin,
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116. Chemistry and supramolecular chemistry of chromium horseshoes ,
M. Rancan, G. N. Newton, C. A. Muryn, R. G. Pritchard, G. A. Timco, L. Cronin, R. E. P. Winpenny,
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115. A Solid State Supramolecular Rotator Assembled from a Cs-crown Ether Polyoxometalate Hybrid:(Cs+)3([18]crown6)3(H+)2[PMo12O40],
T. Akutagawa, D. Endo, F. Kudo, S. -I. Noro, S. Takeda, L. Cronin, T. Nakamura,
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114. Polyoxometalate Nanocapsules: From Structure to Function,
H.N. Miras, L. Cronin,
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113. Design of Hydrophobic Polyoxometalate Hybrid Assemblies Beyond Surfactant Encapsulation,
Y.-F. Song, N. McMillan, D.-L. Long, J. Thiel, Y. Ding, H. Chen, N. Gadegaard, L. Cronin,
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112. Formation of a Pentanuclear Complex with a Hybrid Triazine-Phenanthridinone-based Ligand and the First Observation of a C-H•••p•••l.p. Interaction,
P. J. Kitson, Y.-F. Song, P. Gamez, P. de Hoog, D.-L. Long, A. D. C. Parenty, L. Cronin,
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111. Molecular Metal Oxides and Clusters as Building Blocks for Functional Nanoscale Architectures and Potential Nanosystems,
L. Cronin,
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110. Unravelling the Complexities of Polyoxometalates in Solution Using Mass Spectrometry: Protonation versus Heteroatom Inclusion,
D. L. Long, C. Streb, Y. F. Song, S. Mitchell, L. Cronin,
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109. One-pot synthesis of imidazopyridine derivatives,
A. D. C. Parenty, L. Cronin,
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108. Trading Templates: Supramolecular Transformations between {CoII13} and {CoII12} Nanoclusters ,
G. N. Newton, G. J. T. Cooper, P. Kögerler, D. L. Long, L. Cronin,
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107. Isolation of extendable transition metals incorporated polyoxometalate intermediates with structural controls ,
G. Mitchell, C. Ritchie, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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106. Molecular Growth of Polyoxometalate Architectures Based on [-Ag{Mo8}Ag-] Synthons: Toward Designed Cluster Assemblies,
H. Abbas, C. Streb, A. L. Pickering, A. R. Neil, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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105. Nanoscale Assemblies of Gigantic Molecular {Mo154}-Rings: (Dimethyldioctadecyl ammonium)20 [Mo154O462H8(H2O)70],
T. Akutagawa, R. Jin, R. Tunashima, S. -I. Noro, L. Cronin, T. Nakamura,
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104. Bridging the gap between solution and solid state studies in Poly-oxometalate chemistry: Discovery of a family of [V1M17]-based cages encapsulating two {VVO4} moieties,
H. N. Miras, D.-L. Long, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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103. One-Pot Synthesis of Dihydroimidazo- and Imidazophenanthridinium Salts,
A. D. C. Parenty, L. Cronin,
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102. Directing Organic - Inorganic Hybrid Molecular-Assemblies of Polyoxometalate Crown-Ether Complexes with Supramolecular Cations ,
T. Akutagawa, D. Endo, S. -I. Noro, L. Cronin,
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101. Ligand and Counterion Control of Ag(I) Architectures: Assembly of a {Ag8} Ring Cluster Mediated by Hydrophobic and Ag...Ag Interactions,
J. Fielden, D.- L. Long, A. M. Z. Slawin, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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100. pH-Dependence of the aqueous electrochemistry of the two-electron reduced - [Mo18O54(SO3)2] sulfite Dawson-like polyoxometalate anion derived from its triethanolammonium salt,
B. Carole, S. W. Feldberg, A. M. Bond, D. L. Long, L. Cronin,
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99. Modular Assembly of a Functional Polyoxometalate-Based Open Framework Constructed from Unsupported AgI…AgI Interactions,
C. Streb, C. Ritchie, D. -L. Long, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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98. Controlled assembly and solution observation of a 2.6 nm polyoxometalate super tetrahedron cluster:[KFe12(OH)18(-1,2,3-P2W15O56)4]29–,
C. P. Pradeep, D. L. Long, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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97. From polyoxometalate building blocks to polymers and materials: The silver connection ,
Y.-F. Song, H. Abbas, C. Ritchie, N. McMillian, D.-L. Long, N. Gadegaard, L. Cronin,
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96. A General and Efficient Five-Step One-Pot Procedure Leading to Nitrogen-Bridgehead Heterocycles Containing an Imidazole Ring,
A. D. C. Parenty, Y.-F. Song, C. J. Richmond, L. Cronin,
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95. Non covalently connected frameworks with nanoscale channels assembled from a tethered polyoxometalate- pyrene hybrid,
Y.-F. Song, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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94. Incorporation of N-heterocyclic cations into proteins with a highly directed chemical modification,
N. McMillan, L. V. Smith, J. M. de la Fuente, A. D. C. Parenty, N. Gadegaard, A. R. Pitt, K. Thomson, C. MacKenzie, S. M. Kelly, L. Cronin,
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93. Supramolecular coordination chemistry,
C. P. Pradeep, L. Cronin,
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92. Structural, Electrochemical, and Spectroscopic Characterization of a Redox Pair of Sulfite-Based Polyoxotungstates: a-[W18O54(SO3)2]4- and a-[W18O54(SO3)2]5-,
N. Fay, A. M. Bond, C. Baffert, J. F. Boas, J. R. Pilbrow, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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91. Polyoxometalate Clusters, Nanostructures and Materials: From Self Assembly to Designer Materials and Devices,
D. Long, E. Burkholder, L. Cronin,
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90. Microcalorimetry of interaction of dihydro-imidazo-phenanthridinium (DIP)-based compounds with duplex DNA,
K. M. Guthrie, A. D. C. Parenty, L. V. Smith, L. Cronin, A. Cooper,
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89. Structural and Compositional Control in {M12} Cobalt and Nickel Coordination Clusters Observed Magnetochemically and with Cryospray Mass Spectrometry ,
G. J. T. Cooper, G. N. Newton, P.l Kögerler, D. -L. Long, L. Engelhardt, M. Luban, L. Cronin,
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88. Exploiting the Multifunctionality of Organocations in the Assembly of Hybrid Polyoxometalate Clusters and Networks,
C. Ritchie, E. M. Burkholder, D. -L. Long, D. Adam, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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87. Engineering Porosity in a Chiral Heteropolyoxometalate-Based Framework: The Supramolecular Effect of Benzenetricarboxylic Acid,
C. Streb, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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86. Nanoscale Chemistry: A Route Towards Molecular Computers and Devices?,
H. Abbas, L. Cronin,
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85. The imitation game—a computational chemical approach to recognizing life,
L. Cronin, N. Krasnogor, B. G. Davis, C. Alexander, N. Robertson, J. H. G. Steinke, S. L. M. Schroeder, A. N. Khlobystov, G. J. T. Cooper, P. M. Gardner, P. Siepmann, B. J. Whitaker, D. Marsh,
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84. Formation of p-Phenylenediamine-Crown Ether-[PMo12O40]4- Salts,
T. Akutagawa, D. Endo, H. Imai, S. -I. Noro, L. Cronin, T. Nakamura,
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83. Anion Control of Isomerism, Crystal Packing and Binding Properties in a Mononuclear Zinc Complex,
J. Fielden, P. T. Gunning, D. Long, M. Nutley, A. Ellern, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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82. Dihydro-Imidazo Phenanthridinium (DIP)-based DNA Binding Agents with Tuneable Structures and Biological Activity,
L. V. Smith, A. D.C. Parenty, K. M. Guthrie, J. Plumb, R. Brown, L. Cronin,
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81. Influence of organic amines on the self-assembly of hybrid polyoxomolybdenum(V) phosphate frameworks,
C. Streb, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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80. Linking up Chiral Clusters Using Molybdate Building Blocks: From Homochiral Supramolecular Arrays to Coordination Helices,
D.-L. Long, P. Kögerler, L. J. Farrugia, L. Cronin,
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79. Metal Dependant Formation of Mononuclear Complexes and M2L2 Mesocates with Schiff Based Ligands,
J. F. Fielden, D. -L. Long, C. Evans, L. Cronin,
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78. Supramolecular Coordination Chemistry,
L. Cronin,
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77. Discovery of a fundamentally new family of isopolyoxo-tungstates, [H4W19O62]6-, encapsulating a {WO6} moiety within a {W18} Dawson-like cluster cage,
D.-L. Long, P. Kögerler, A. D. C. Parenty, J. Fielden, L. Cronin,
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76. Experimental and Theoretical Investigations of the Sulfite-based Polyoxometalate Cluster Redox Series: α- and β-[Mo18O54(SO3)2]4-/5-/6-,
C. Baffert, J. F. Boas, A. M. Bond, P. Kögerler, D.-L. Long, J. R. Pilbrow, L. Cronin,
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75. Inorganic Crown Ethers: The Host-Guest Chemistry of A High Nuclearity ‘Celtic-Ring’ Isopolyoxotungstate [H12W36O120]12–,
D. -L. Long, O. Brucher, C. Streb, L. Cronin,
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74. Synthetic, Structural & Magnetic Characterisation of a One-Dimensional Nickel Chain Constructed Using cis,trans-1,3,5-Triaminocyclohexane as a Building Block,
G. N. Newton, G. J. T. Cooper, D. -L. Long, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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73. Observation and Theoretical Analysis of the “Sensitive Coordination Sites” in the Isopoly-oxomolybdate Cluster [Mo36O112(H2O)14]8-,
D. -L. Long, C. Streb, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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72. Towards Polyoxometalate Integrated Nanosystems,
D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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71. One-Pot Synthesis of Imidazophenanthridinium Salts,
Y.-F. Song, L. V. Smith, E. Burkholder, L. Cronin,
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70. Unsymmetrical surface modification of a heteropolyoxo-tungstate via in-situ generation of monomeric and dimeric copper(ii) species,
C. Ritchie, E. Burkholder, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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69. Inducing Molecular Growth in an {Mo57Fe6}-type Nanocluster: Synthesis, Structure, and Properties of {Mo57(Mo2)FeIII6},
J. Fielden , Y. L. Malaestean, A. Ellern, R. García-Serres, L. Cronin, P. Kögerler,
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68. Inorganic Molecular Capsules: From Structure to Function,
L. Cronin,
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67. Discovery of an imidazo-phenanthridine synthon produced in a five-step one-pot reaction' leading to a new family of heterocycles with novel physical properties,
A. D. C. Parenty, K. M. Gutrie, Y.-F. Song, L. V. Smith, E. Burkholder, L. Cronin,
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66. Controlling Aggregation of Copper(II)-Based Coordination Compounds: From Mononuclear to Dinuclear, Tetranuclear, and Polymeric Copper Complexes,
J. Fielden, J. Sprott, D.-L. Long, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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65. Preparation imidazophenanthridiniums and related compounds as anticancer agents,
A. D. C. Parenty, R. Brown, L. Cronin,
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64. Photonic crystal and photonic wire device structures,
R. De La Rue, M. Sorel, N. Johnson, F. Rahman, C. Ironside, L. Cronin, I. Watson, R. Martin, C. Jin, P. Pottier, H. Chong, M. Gnan, A. Jugessur, E. Camargo, G. Erwin, A. Md Zain, I. Ntakis, L. Hobbs, H. Zhang, M. Armenise, C. Ciminelli, D. Coquillat,
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63. The importance of p-p, p-CH and N-CH interactions in the crystal packing of Schiff-base derivatives of cis,cis- and cis,trans-1,3,5-triaminocyclohexane,
A. L. Pickering, G. Seeber, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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62. Does it bind? An instant binding assay for DNA oligonucleotide interactive small molecules,
S. V. Smith, J. M. de la Fuente, K. M. Guthrie, A. D. C. Parenty, L. Cronin,
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61. Coordination Clusters,
J. Fielden, L. Cronin, Eds., J. L. Atwood, J. W. Steed,
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60. Quantum Dots Protected with Tiopronin: A New Fluorescence System for Cell-Biology Studies,
J. M. de la Fuente, M. Fandel, C. C. Berry, M. Riehle, L. Cronin, G. Aitchison, A. S. G. Curtis,
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59. Supramolecular Coordination Chemistry,
L. Cronin,
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58. Design and Sterospecific Synthesis of Modular Ligands Based upon cis -1,3- trans -5-Substituted Cyclohexanes,
J. Fielden, J. Sprott, L. Cronin,
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57. An Unusual Substitution Reaction Directed by an Intramolecular Re-arrangement,
A. D. C. Parenty, L. V. Smith, L. Cronin,
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56. Macrocyclic Coordination Chemistry,
L. Cronin,
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55. A Novel Copper (II) Metallacycle as a Building Block for the Assembly of an Extended Supramolecular Array Containing Channels and Helical Chains,
G. J. T. Cooper, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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54. Highly Stable Phenanthridinium Frameworks as a New Class of Tunable DNA Binding Agents with Cytotoxic Properties,
A. D. C. Parenty, L. V. Smith, K. M. Guthrie, D.-L. Long, J. Plumb, R. Brown, L. Cronin,
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53. Synthesis, Structure and Magnetism of a linear Cu-Cl-Cu entity found in [(Cu(Htach)(tach))2(µ-Cl)]5+,
G. Seeber, B. M. Kariuki, L. Cronin, Paul Kögerler,
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52. Confined Electron Transfer Reactions within a Molecular Metal Oxide 'Trojan Horse',
D.-L. Long, H. Abbas, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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51. Polyoxometalate nanostructures, superclusters, and colloids: From functional clusters to chemical aesthetics,
P. Kögerler P, L. Cronin,
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50. Reactions of a {Mo16}-type polyoxometalate cluster with electrophiles: a synthetic, theoretical and magnetic investigation,
D. -L. Long, P. Kögerler, L. J. Farrugia, L. Cronin,
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49. Controllable Growth of Chains and Grids from Polyoxomolybdate Building Blocks Linked by Silver(I) Dimers,
H. Abbas, A. L. Pickering, D.-L. Long, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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48. A High Nuclearity 'Celtic-Ring' Isopolyoxotungstate: [H12W36O120]12–,
D.-L. Long, Hamera Abbas, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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47. Synthesis, structure and complexation of a large 28-mer macrocycle containing two binding sites for either anions or metal ions,
L. Cronin, P.A. McGregor, S. Parsons, S. Teat, R. O. Gould, V. A. White, N. J. Long, N. Robertson,
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46. Pentadecadentate Chelating Ligands as Building Blocks for an {Fe6} Cage with 12 Exo-coordinated Sodium Cations,
G. J. T. Cooper, H. Abbass, D.-L. Long, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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45. Magnetic characterization of a novel frustrated three-leg ladder compound,
J. Schnack, H. Nojiri, P. Kögerler, G. J. T. Cooper, L. Cronin,
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44. Old Clusters with New Tricks: An Unprecedented Family of Dawson Clusters Encapsulating Two Sulfite Anions Engineering a Short S…S Interaction and the First Example of a Metal Cluster Showing Thermochromic-Type Behaviour,
D. -L. Long, P. Kögerler, L. Cronin,
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43. General “One-Pot-Three-Step” Methodology Leading to an Extended Class of N-Heterocyclic Cations: Spontaneous Nucleophilic Addition, Cyclisation and Hydride Loss,
A. D. C. Parenty, L. V. Smith, A. L. Pickering, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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42. Facile Synthesis and Structures of Infinite One-Dimensional Silver(I) Coordination Polymers,
A. L. Pickering, G. J. T. Cooper, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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41. Coordination Networks Through the Dimensions: From Discrete Clusters to 1D, 2D and 3D Silver(I) Coordination Polymers with Rigid Aliphatic Amino Ligands,
A. L. Pickering, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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40. Secondary coordination sphere controlled reversible geometry reorganisations in copper(II) complexes,
J. Fielden, D.-L. Long, L. Cronin,
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39. Supramolecular assembly of ligand-directed triangular {CuII3Cl} clusters with spin frustration and spin-chain behaviour,
G. Seeber, P. Kögerler, B. M. Kariuki, L. Cronin,
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38. Polymeric Silver(I) Coordination Tubes,
A. L. Pickering, G. Seeber, D. -L. Long, L. Cronin,
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37. DNA as a Supramolecular Scaffold,
A. L. Pickering, L Cronin, Eds., J. L. Atwood, J. W. Steed,
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36. High Nuclearity Clusters: Iso and Heteropolyoxoanions and Relatives,
L. Cronin, Eds., J. A McCleverty, T. J. Meyer,
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35. Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Coordination Chemistry,
L. Cronin,
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34. Palladium(II)-based cis,trans-1,3,5-triaminocyclohexane complexes demonstrating a variety of coordination modes and architectures,
G. Seeber, D. L. Long, B. Kariuki, L. Cronin,
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33. Macrocyclic and Supramolecular Coordination Chemistry,
L. Cronin,
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32. The Missing Link in Low Nuclearity Pure Polyoxovanadate Clusters: Preliminary Synthesis and Structural Analysis of a New {V16} Cluster and Related Products,
D.-L. Long, D. Orr, G. Seeber, P. Kögerler, L. J. Farrugia, L. Cronin,
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31. Synthesis and structure of [Zn(OMe)(L)]. [Zn(OH)(L)]2(BPh4), L = cis,cis-1,3,5-tris[(E,E)-3-(2-furyl) acrylideneamino] cyclohexane: structural models of carbonic anhydrase and liver alcohol dehydrogenase,
L. Cronin, P. H. Walton,
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30. Restraining symmetry in the formation of small polyoxomolybdates: New building blocks of unprecedented topology resulting from ‘shrink-wrapping' [H2Mo16O52]10- type clusters,
D. -L. Long, P. Kögerler, L. J. Farrugia, L. Cronin,
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29. Controlling Dimensionality of Silver(I) Coordination Networks with Rigid Aliphatic Amino Ligands: From a 2D to a 3D Network of Unprecedented Topology Comprising Helical Channels,
G. Seeber, A. Pickering, D. Long, L. Cronin,
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28. Polyoxomolybdate Clusters: Nanoscopic Wheels and Balls,
L. Cronin , E. Diemann, A. Müller (Editor: J. D. Woollins),
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27. Self-assembly of a twelve-component hexanuclear metallomacrocycle constructed with a novel tri-amino ligand,
G. Seeber, B. M. Kariuki, L. Cronin,
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26. A novel polyoxometalate chain formed from heteropolyanion building blocks and rare earth metal ion linkers: [La(H2O)7Al(OH)6Mo6O18],
V. Shivaiah, P. V. Narasimha-Reddy, L. Cronin, S. K. Das,
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25. "Molecular symmetry breakers" generating metal-oxide-based nanoobject fragments as synthons for complex structures: [{Mo128Eu4O388H10(H2O)81)}2]20-, a giant-cluster dimer,
L. Cronin , C. Beugholt, E. Krickemeyer, M. Schmidtmann, H. Bögge, P. Kögerler, T. K. K. Luong, A. Mueller,
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24. Metal bis-1,2-dithiolene complexes in conducting and magnetic crystalline assemblies,
N. Robertson, L. Cronin,
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23. Nanosized Inorganic Clusters and Cages,
L. Cronin, D. Fenske, A. Müller,
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22. The Potential of Pentagonal Building Blocks: From Giant Ring-shaped to Spherical Polyoxometalate Clusters,
L. Cronin (Ed. G. Meyer, D. Naumann, L Wesemann),
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21. Syntheses and Structures of M (L)(X)(BPh4) Complexes, M = Co(II), Zn(II); L = cis -1,3,5-tri[(2-furyl)-propenylideneamino] cyclohexane, X = OAc, NO3 and 2-hydroxybenzoate: Structural Models of the Active Site of Carbonic Anhydrase,
L. Cronin, S. P. Foxon, P. J. Lusby, P. H. Walton,
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20. Coordination and oxidative addition of octafluoronaphthalene at a nickel centre: isolation of an intermediate in C-F bond activation,
T. Braun, L. Cronin , C.L. Higgitt, J.E. McGrady, R.N. Perutz, M. Reinhold,
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19. Unique structural topologies involving metal-metal and metal-sulphur interactions: Salts of [Ni(dmit)2]x- with dicyclohexyl-18-crown-6 complexed counterions ,
L. Cronin , S. J. Clark, S. Parsons, T. Nakamura, N. Robertson,
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18. Towards the construction of mesoscopic species with emergent and functional properties via the derivatisation of molybdenum-oxide 'Giant-Wheel' clusters ,
L. Cronin, C. Beugholt, A. Müller,
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17. Controlling growth of novel solid-state materials via discrete molybdenum-oxide-based building blocks as synthons ,
L. Cronin , P. Kögerler, A. Müller,
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16. 4-(4-chloro-3-nitro-benzoamide)-3-nitrobenzonitrile,
L. Cronin , D. A. Adams, D. J. Nightingale, J. H .Clark,
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15. Structure and dynamic exchange in rhodium eta(2)-naphthalene and rhodium eta(2)-phenanthrene complexes: Quantitative NOESY and EXSY studies,
L. Cronin , C. L. Higgitt, R. N. Perutz,
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14. A new class of macrocycle capable of binding exogenous metals: Synthesis, structure, magnetic and electrochemical properties of a Cu(II) trinuclear complex based upon 1,4,8,11-tetraaza-cyclotetradecane-2,3-dione [exoO2cyclam],
L. Cronin , A. R. Mount, N. Robertson, S. Parsons,
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13. Control of copper(II) coordination geometry via supramolecular assembly of ligands in the solid state,
D. J. White, L. Cronin , S. Parsons, N. Robertson, P. A. Tasker, A. P. Bisson,
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12. catena-poly[diamminecopper(II)-m-acetato-O:O'] tetrafluoroborate,
L. Cronin , M. Harper, P. H. Walton, C. Lindsay,
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11. Self-assembly preparation, structure and magnetic studies of a novel dinuclear copper(II) complex: [Cu2(mOH)(mOAc)(m-L)][BF4]2 [L = bis-1,3-( cis,cis -1,3,5-triaminocyclohexane)xylyli-diene],
C. J. Boxwell, R. Bhalla, L. Cronin, S.S Turner, P. H. Walton,
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10. Synthesis, structure and reactivity of N,O-metallacyclic (dicarbonyldiazene) platinum complexes,
D. Chan, L. Cronin , S. B. Duckett, P. Hupfield, R. N. Perutz,
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9. Synthesis and single crystal X-ray structure of a novel trinuclear copper(II) methoxide complex,
L. Cronin, P. H. Walton,
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8. Rapid intermolecular carbon-fluorine bond activation of pentafluoropyridine at nickel(0): Comparative reactivity of fluorinated arene and fluorinated pyridine derivatives,
L. Cronin, C. L. Higgit, R. Karch, R. N. Perutz,
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7. Functional and Structural Model Complexes of Zinc Metalloenzymes Using Ligands Based on cis,cis -1,3,5-Triaminocyclohexane,
L. Cronin, P. H. Walton,
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6. A cyclic monomer of tetraethyleneglycol succinate,
L. Cronin , M. H. Moore, J. A. Semylen, B. R. Wood,
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5. Methylhexamethylenetetramine fluoride tetrahydrate: MeHMTAF.4H2O,
L. Cronin , D. J. Nightingale, J. H. Clark,
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4. Syntheses and single-crystal X-ray structures of a series of monosubstituted cis,cis -1,3,5-triaminocyclohexane-based complexes,
L. Cronin , B. Greener, S. P. Foxon, S. L. Heath, P. H. Walton,
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3. Preparations and Structures of 2 cis,cis-1,3,5-triaminocyclohexane-based Complexes Containing Hydrogen-Bonded Solvent Molecules,
L. Cronin , B. Greener, M. H. Moore, P. H. Walton,
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2. Preparation and structures of a series of novel, monosubstituted cis,cis -1,3,5-triaminocyclohexane-based complexes,
B. Greener, L. Cronin , G. D. Wilson, P.H. Walton,
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1. Laser Flash-Photolysis and Matrix-Isolation Studies of Ru[R2PCH2CH2 PR2]2H2 (R=C2H5, C6H5, C2F5): Control of Oxidative Addition Rates by Phosphine Substituents,
L. Cronin , C. N. Nicasio, R. N. Perutz, R. G. Peters, D.M Roddick, M.K. Whittlesey,
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