Publications & Publicity

Our most recent publications are noted here, the full list is available through the link on the left.

 

You can also find some examples of publicity for our work and the efforts we make in engaging and communicating our research more widely.

 

Jane V. Knichal, William J. Gee, Andrew D. Burrows, Paul R. Raithby, Simon J. Teat and Chick C. Wilson (2014).  Chem Comm, 50 (92), 14436-14439 [DOI: 10.1039/C4CC06587E].

A facile single crystal to single crystal transition with significant structural contraction on desolvation.

 

Andrew O. F. Jones, Charlotte K. Leech, Garry J. McIntyre, Chick C. Wilson , Lynne H. Thomas, CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 8177.

Engineering short, strong hydrogen bonds in urea di-carboxylic acid complexes.

Kate Wittering, Josh King, Lynne H. Thomas, Chick C. Wilson, Crystals, 2014, 4, 123.

From evaporative to cooling crystallisation: an initial co-crystallisation study of cytosine and its fluorinated derivative with 4-chloro-3,5-dinitrobenzoic acid.

Mark R. Warren, Timothy L. Easun, Simon K. Brayshaw, Robert J. Deeth, Michael W. George, Andrew L. Johnson, Stefanie Schiffers, Simon J. Teat, Anna J. Warren, John E. Warren, Chick C. Wilson, Christopher H. Woodall, Paul R. Raithby, Chem Eur J, 2014, 20, 5468.

Solid-State Interconversions: Unique 100% Reversible Transformations between the Ground and Metastable States in Single-Crystals of a Series of Nickel(II) Nitro Complexes

Lynne H. Thomas, Anneke R. Klapwijk, Craig Wales, Chick C. Wilson, CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 5924.

Intermolecular hydrogen transfer and solubility tuning in multi-component molecular crystals of the API piroxicam

Charlotte L. Jones, Chick C. Wilson, Lynne H. Thomas, CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 5849.

Tuning colour on and off using molecular disorder and proton transfer in multi-component molecular complexes.

Lauren E. Hatcher, Jeppe Christensen, Michelle L. Hamilton, Jose Trincao, David R. Allan, Mark R. Warren, Ian P. Clarke, Michael Towrie, Sara Fuertes, Charles C. Wilson, Christopher H. Woodall, Paul R. Raithby, Chem Eur J, 2014, 20, 3128.

Steady-State and Pseudo-Steady-State Photocrystallographic Studies on Linkage Isomers of [Ni(Et4dien)(h2-O,ON)(h1-NO2)]: Identification of a New Linkage Isomer

Marc Schmidtmann, Paul Coster, Paul F. Henry, Valeska P. Ting, Mark T. Weller, Chick C. Wilson, CrystEngComm, 2014, 16, 1232.

Determining hydrogen positions in crystal engineered organic molecular complexes by joint neutron powder and single crystal X-ray diffraction

Ioana Sovago, Matthias J. Gutmann, J. Grant Hill, Hans Martin Senn, Lynne H. Thomas, Chick C. Wilson, Louis J. Farrugia, Cryst Growth Design, 2014, 14, 1227.

Experimental electron density and neutron diffraction studies on the polymorphs of sulfathiazole

Louise B. Hamdy, Paul R. Raithby, Lynne H. Thomas, Chick C. Wilson, New J Chem, 2014, 38, 2135.

Self-assembly synthesis of oprecursors to potential open framework alkali earth metal-organic complexes

M.P.G. Rodríguez Ortega, M.L. Docampo, L.H. Thomas, M. Montejo, A. Marchal Ingraín, C.C. Wilson, J.J. López González, Spectrochim Acta A, 2014, 118, 828.

Synthesis and structural study of precursors of novel methylsilanediols by IR and Raman spectroscopies, single-crystal X-ray diffraction and DFT calculations

Chick C. Wilson, Paul F. Henry, Marc Schmidtmann, Valeska P. Ting, Edward Williams, Mark T. Weller, Cryst Revs, 2014, 20, 162-206.

Neutron powder diffraction - new opportunities in hydrogen location in molecular and materials structure

News

Group Leader Chick Wilson is part of a team awarded £1.5M EU ERDF funding for Sustainable Technologies.  The team is led by Prof Matt Davidson, of the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies, and is a collaboration with the Univ Innovation Centre

Work led by Dr Karen Robertson and Pierre-Baptiste Flandrin has been featured by our industrial collaborator Vapourtec, with whom we have been working to develop capabilities for particle control within flow chemistry.

Lauren Agnew recently undertook a four-month secondment at Astra Zeneca as part of the CMAC industrial placements scheme.  Lauren writes about her experience here, and liked it so much she has recently taken up a position at AZ!

The group were well represented at the recent ISIC20 conference in Dublin, with posters from Lauren Agnew, Ruth Lunt and Lois Wayment, and Alex Cousen presenting a talk at the meeting. 

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