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Co-authored publications

We are renowned for our research-led teaching – you will be taught directly by academics who are working at the forefront of their fields and learn about world-leading developments as they take place.

Many of our undergraduate students have the opportunity to collaborate with our researchers and co-author papers that are being published in renowned scientific journals, many of which are held in high esteem globally for describing the most significant and cutting-edge research in all areas of chemistry. Exceptional opportunities such as this mean that you receive the kind of education that will put you amongst the most sought-after graduates.

Some examples of recent papers which undergraduate project students have co-authored on can be found below:

Programmed assembly of peptide-functionalized gold nanoparticles on DNA templates 
Author(s) Coomber, Danielle, Bartczak, Dorota, Gerrard, Simon R., Tyas, Sarah, Kanaras, Antonios G. and Stulz, Eugen (2010) Langmuir(doi:10.1021/la1023554).

Partitioning of ssRNA Molecules between Preformed Monolithic H(II) Liquid Crystalline Phases of Lipids and Supernatant Isotropic Phases
Author(s) Wilson Richard J.; Tyas Sarah R.; Black Camilla F.; Dymond Marcus K.; Attard George S.Source: BIOMACROMOLECULES  Volume: 11   Issue: 11   Pages: 3022-3027   DOI: 10.1021/bm1008469   Published: NOV 2010

Linear dsDNA Partitions Spontaneously into the Inverse Hexagonal Lyotropic Liquid Crystalline Phases of Phospholipids
Author(s) Black Camilla F.; Wilson Richard J.; Nylander Tommy; Dymond Marcus K.; Attard George S.Source: JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY  Volume: 132   Issue: 28   Pages: 9728-9732   DOI: 10.1021/ja101550c   Published: JUL 21 2010

DNA that is dispersed in the liquid crystalline phases of phospholipids is actively transcribed
Author(s) Corsi Josephine; Dymond Marcus K.; Ces Oscar; Muck Joscha; Zink Daniele; Attard George S.
Source: CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS  Issue: 20   Pages: 2307-2309   DOI: 10.1039/b801199k   Published: MAY 28 2008

Scanning electrochemical microscopy: Approach curves for sphere-cap scanning electrochemical microscopy tips
Author(s) G. Lindsey; S. Abercrombie; G. Denuault; S. Daniele; E. De Faveri, Anal Chem 2007, 79 (7), 2952-2956

Oligo-ether-Strapped Calix[4]pyrrole: An Ion pair Receptor Displaying Cation Dependent Chloride Anion Transport
Author(s) I.-W. Park, J. Yoo, S. Adhikari, S.K. Kim, Y. Yeon, C.J.E. Haynes, J.L. Sutton, C.C. Tong, V.M. Lynch, J.L. Sessler, P.A. Gale and C.H. Lee, Chem. Eur. J. 2012, in press.

Structurally simple lipid bilayer transport agents for chloride and bicarbonate
Author(s) N.J. Andrews, C.J.E. Haynes, M.E. Light, S.J. Moore, C.C. Tong, J.T. Davis, W.A. Harrell Jr. and P.A. Gale, Chem. Sci., 2011, 2, 256-260; DOI:10.1039/C0SC00503G.

Octafluorocalix[4]pyrrole: a chloride/bicarbonate antiport agent
Author(s) P.A. Gale, C.C. Tong, C.J.E. Haynes, O. Adeosun., D.E. Gross, E. Karnas, E. Sedenberg, R. Quesada, and J.L. Sessler, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 3240-3241; DOI: 10.1021/ja9092693

Sol-gel processing of silicon nitride films from Si(NHMe)4 and ammonia
Author(s) S. Hassan, A. L. Hector and A. Kalaji, J. Mater. Chem., 21 (17), 2011, 6370-6374.

Non-oxide sol-gel synthesis of terbium doped silicon nitride phosphors
Author(s)  L. A. Stebbings, S. Hassan, M. Carravetta, A. L. Hector, J. Amer. Ceram. Soc., 93 (4), 2010, 1069-1073.

Template infiltration routes to ordered macroporous TiN and SiNx film
Author(s) B. M. Gray, S. Hassan, A. L. Hector, A. Kalaji and B. Mazumder, s, Chem. Mater., 21 (18), 2009, 4210-4215.

A nonoxide sol-gel route to synthesise silicon imidonitride monolithic gels and high surface area aerogels
Author(s) S. Hassan, A. L. Hector, J. R. Hyde, A. Kalaji and D. C. Smith, , Chem. Commun., (42), 2008, 5304-5306.

Stability and Membrane Orientation of the Fukutin Transmembrane Domain: A Combined Multiscale Molecular Dynamics and Circular Dichroism Study
Author(s) Holdbrook HA , Leung YM, Piggot TJ, Marius P, Williamson PT and Khalid S, (2010), 

Complexes of Vanadium(V) Oxide Trifluoride with Nitrogen and Oxygen Donor Ligands: Coordination Chemistry and some Fluorination Reactions
Author(s) M. F. Davis, W. Levason, J. Paterson, G. Reid, and M. Webster, Eur. Inorg. Chem. 2008, 802.

Selenoether macrocycle chemistry- synthesis and properties of new tridentate and hexadentate Se/O-donor macrocycles
Author(s) W. Levason, J. M. Manning, M. Nirwan, R. Ratnani, G. Reid, H.L. Smith and M. Webster, Dalton Trans. 2008, 3486.

Complexes of VO2F and VO2Cl with Neutral Nitrogen and Oxygen Donor Ligands
Author(s) M. F. Davis, M. Jura, A. Leung, W. Levason, B. Littlefield, G. Reid and M. Webster. Dalton Trans. 2008, 6265.

Preparation, Characterization and Structural Systematics of Diphosphane and Diarsane Complexes of Indium(III) Halides
Author(s) F. Cheng, S. I. Friend, A.L. Hector, W. Levason, G. Reid, M. Webster, W. Zhang, Inorg. Chem. 47, 5591 (2008).

Tellurium(II) and Tellurium(IV) Complexes of Phosphine Chalcogenide Ligands, Synthesis and X-ray Structures
Author(s) W. Levason, G. Reid, M. Victor and W. Zhang Polyhedron, 28 (2009) 4010.

Synthesis, spectroscopic and structural characterisation of vanadium(IV) and oxovanadium(IV) complexes with arsenic donor ligands
Author(s) B. Gray, A L. Hector, W. Levason, G. Reid, M. Webster, W. Zhang, M. Jura, Polyhedron 29 (2010) 1630.

Taking TiF4 complexes to extremes – the first examples with phosphine co-ligands
Author(s) M Jura, W Levason, E. Petts, G. Reid, M.Webster and W.Zhang Dalton Trans. 2010, 10264

Hybrid dibismuthines and distibines: Preparation and Properties of Antimony and Bismuth Oxygen,Sulfur and Nitrogen donor ligands
Author(s) S. L. Benjamin, L. Karagiannidis, W. Levason, M. C. Rogers, Organometallics, 30, 2011, 895

Hypervalent neutral O-donor ligand complexes of silicon tetrafluoride, comparisons with other Group 14 tetrafluorides and a search for soft donor ligand complexes
Author(s) K. George, A. L. Hector, W. Levason, G. Reid, G. Sanderson, M. Webster, W. Zhang, Dalton Trans., 40, 2011, 1584

[Cl5Ta(O)TaCl3{iPrS(CH2)2SiPr}] and [(TaCl4)2(O)(Me2Se2)]: two chalogenoether complexes of Ta2OCl8 with very different geometries 
Author(s) S. L. Benjamin, A. Hyslop, W. Levason and M. Webster, Acta Cryst. C 67, 2011, M221

Structure of the Be(OH)42– anion
Author(s) Benjamin T. R. Littlefield, Christopher Hinde and Mark T. Weller  Dalton Trans., 2011, 40 (4), 782 – 784 DOI: 10.1039/C0DT00843E.

Fluorescent hydrogel formation from carboxyphenyl-terpyridine
Author(s) Griffith, Ashleigh; Bandy, Thomas J.; Light, Mark; Stulz, Eugen, Chem. Commun. 2013. DOI: 10.1039/C2CC37842F

Nanogold Spacing of Stacked Graphene Nanofibers for Supercapacitors
Author(s) Scott, C. L.; Pumera, M. Electroanalysis 2011, 23, (4), 858-861.

Electroanalytical parameters of carbon nanotubes are inferior with respect to well defined surfaces of glassy carbon and EPPG
Author(s) Scott, C. L.; Pumera, M. Electrochemistry Communications 2011, 13, (2), 213-216.

Stacked graphene nanofibers doped polypyrrole nanocomposites for electrochemical sensing
Author(s) Scott, C. L.; Zhao, G. J.; Pumera, M. Electrochemistry Communications 2010, 12, (12), 1788-1791.

Electrochemistry of a Whole Group of Compounds Affected by Metallic Impurities within Carbon Nanotubes
Author(s) Stuart, E. J. E.; Pumera, M. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2010, 114, (49), 21296-21298.

Signal Transducers and Enzyme Cofactors are Susceptible to Oxidation by Nanographite Impurities in Carbon Nanotube Materials
Author(s) Stuart, E. J. E.; Pumera, M. Chemistry-a European Journal 2011, 17, (20), 5544-5548.

Nanographite Impurities within Carbon Nanotubes are responsible for their Stable and Sensitive Response Toward Electrochemical Oxidation of Phenols
Author(s)Stuart, E. J. E.; Pumera, M. Journal of Physical Chemistry C 2011, 115, (13), 5530-5534.

Hydroquinone Electrochemistry on Carbon Nanotubes is Accelerated by Nanographite Impurities
Autnor(s) Stuart, E. J. E.; Pumera, M. Chemistry-an Asian Journal 2011, 6, (4), 1019-1021.

Nanographite Impurities of Single-Walled and Double-Walled Carbon Nanotubes Are Responsible for the Observed "Electrocatalytic" Effect towards the Reduction of Azo Groups
Author(s) Stuart, E. J. E.; Pumera, M. Chemistry-an Asian Journal 2011, 6, (3), 804-807.

Impurities within carbon nanotubes govern the electrochemical oxidation of substituted hydrazines
Author(s) Stuart, E. J. E.; Pumera, M. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2011, 13, (22), 10818-10822.

Enhanced diffusion of pollutants by self-propulsion
Author(s) Zhao, G. J.; Stuart, E. J. E.; Pumera, M. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2011, 13, (28), 12755-12757.


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