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    Recent Publications

    Optically pure, water-stable metallo-helical ‘flexicate’ assemblies with antibiotic activity

    Suzanne E. Howson, Albert Bolhuis, Viktor Brabec, Guy J. Clarkson, Jaroslav Malina, Alison Rodger, Peter Scott, Nature Chem. 2012, advance online pub.

    Isomeric Fe(II) MOFs: from a diamond-framework spin-crossover material to a 2D hard magnet
    Lihong Li, Guy J. Clarkson, David J. Evans, Martin R. Lees, Scott S. Turner and Peter Scott, Chem.Comm., 2011, 47, 12646 - 12648.

    Structural and Electronic Modulation of Magnetic Properties in a Family of Chiral Iron Coordination Polymers
    Lihong Li, Jan M. Becker, Laura E. N. Allan, Guy J. Clarkson, Scott S. Turner, and Peter Scott, Inorg. Chem. 2011, 50, 5925–5935.

    Chiral Semiconductor Phases; the optically pure D3[MIII(S,S-EDDS)]2 (D = TTF, TSF) family
    Nikola Paul Chmel, Guy J. Clarkson, Alessandro Troisi, Scott S. Turner and Peter Scott, Inorg. Chem. 2011, 50, 4039–4046

    Zirconium-Catalyzed Polymerization of a Styrene: Catalyst Reactivation Mechanisms Using Alkenes and Dihydrogen
    Giles W. Theaker, Colin Morton and Peter Scott, Macromolecules 2011, 44, 1393–1404.

    Mechanism of Catalytic Cyclohydroamination by Zirconium Salicyloxazoline Complexes
    Laura E. N. Allan, Guy J. Clarkson, David J. Fox, Andrew L. Gott, and Peter Scott, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 15308–15320.

    Self-Assembling Optically Pure Fe(A-B)3 Chelates
    S. E. Howson, L. E. N. Allan, N. P. Chmel, G. J. Clarkson, R. van Gorkum, P. Scott, Chem Comm, 2009, 1727

    Full List from Web of Science

    Old Favourites

    • Catalytic Alkene Cyclohydroamination via an Imido Mechanism, A. L. Gott, A. J. Clarke, G. J. Clarkson, P. Scott, Chem Comm, 2008, 1422
    • Zirconium catalysed enantioselective hydroamination/cyclisation, P. D. Knight, I. J. Munslow, P. N. O'Shaughnessy and P. Scott, Chem. Comm, 2004, 893.
    • Chiral-at-metal organolanthanides: enantioselective aminoalkene hydroamination/cyclisation, P. N. O'Shaughnessy, P. D. Knight, C. Morton, K. M. Gillespie, P. Scott, Chem. Comm., 2003, 1770.
    • Problems and solutions for alkene polymerisation catalysts incorporating Schiff-bases; migratory insertion and radical mechanisms of catalyst deactivation, P. D. Knight, A. J. Clarke, B. S. Kimberley, R. A. Jackson, P.Scott, Chem. Comm., 2002, 352.
    • Enantioselective aziridination using copper complexes of biaryl Schiff-bases, K. M. Gillespie, C. J. Sanders, I. Westmoreland and P. Scott, J. Org. Chem., 2002, 67, 3450.
    • Bidentate carbenoid ester coordination in non-planar ruthenium(II) complexes leading to excellent levels of diastereo- and enantioselectivity in catalytic alkene cyclopropanation, I. J. Munslow, K. M. Gillespie, R. J. Deeth and P. Scott, Chem. Comm., 2001, 1638.
    • Mechanism of alkene aziridination in the [(biaryldiimine)CuI] catalyst system; precise substrate orientation via two-centre binding K. M. Gillespie, E. J. Crust, R. J. Deeth and P. Scott, Chem. Comm, 2001, 785.
    • Structural origins of a dramatic variation in catalyst efficiency in enantioselective alkene aziridination: Implications for design of ligands based on chiral biaryldiamines, C. J. Sanders, K. M. Gillespie, D. Bell, and P. Scott, J. Am. Chem Soc., 2000, 122, 7132.