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Yusuf Hamied Department of Chemistry

 

Chemical Crystallography

Crystallographic methods provide detailed atomic-level descriptions of crystalline solids, including molecular structure and geometrical information on intermolecular interactions.

Single-crystal and powder X-ray diffraction are core analytical techniques within the chemical sciences, which support and augment a broad range of research within the Department. Modern diffraction instruments, applied at both laboratory and synchrotron sources, enable complex chemical problems to be tackled using crystallographic methods: for example, characterizing and understanding the consequences of disorder in molecular crystals or monitoring chemical changes in single crystals or crystalline powders.

Publications

Molecular Encapsulation of Naphthalene Diimide (NDI) Based π‐Conjugated Polymers: A Tool for Understanding Photoluminescence
J Royakkers, K Guo, DTW Toolan, L-W Feng, A Minotto, DG Congrave, M Danowska, W Zeng, AD Bond, M Al-Hashimi, TJ Marks, A Facchetti, F Cacialli, H Bronstein
– Angewandte Chemie International Edition
(2021)
Uncovering the Hidden Landscape of Tris(4-pyridyl) Ligands: Topological Complexity Derived from the Bridgehead.
JE Waters, G Berger, AJ Peel, R García-Rodríguez, AD Bond, DS Wright
– Chemistry: A European Journal
(2021)
27,
12036
Short hydrogen bonds enhance nonaromatic protein-related fluorescence.
AD Stephens, MN Qaisrani, MT Ruggiero, G Díaz Mirón, UN Morzan, MC González Lebrero, STE Jones, E Poli, AD Bond, PJ Woodhams, EM Kleist, L Grisanti, R Gebauer, JA Zeitler, D Credgington, A Hassanali, GS Kaminski Schierle
– Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA
(2021)
118,
e2020389118
A survey of thermal expansion coefficients for organic molecular crystals in the Cambridge Structural Database.
AD Bond
– Acta Crystallographica Section B: Structural Science, Crystal Engineering and Materials
(2021)
77,
307
Polymorphism and surface diversity arising from stress-induced transformations - the case of multi-component forms of carbamazepine
G Schneider-Rauber, M Arhangelskis, AD Bond, R Ho, N Nere, S Bordawekar, AY Sheikh, W Jones
– Acta Crystallographica Section B: Structural Science, Crystal Engineering and Materials
(2021)
77,
54
The Coordination Chemistry of the N-Donor Substituted Phosphazanes
AJ Plajer, AD Bond, DS Wright
– Chemistry - A European Journal
(2021)
27,
289
Suppressing aggregation induced quenching in anthracene based conjugated polymers
DG Congrave, BH Drummond, V Gray, AD Bond, A Rao, RH Friend, H Bronstein
– Polymer Chemistry
(2021)
12,
1830
Coordination chemistry of the bench-stable tris-2-pyridyl pnictogen ligands [E(6-Me-2-py)3] (E = As, As[double bond, length as m-dash]O, Sb).
AJ Plajer, D Crusius, RB Jethwa, Á García-Romero, AD Bond, R García-Rodríguez, DS Wright
– Dalton Trans
(2021)
50,
2393
Folding and duplex formation in mixed sequence recognition-encodedm-phenylene ethynylene polymers
G Iadevaia, JA Swain, D Núñez-Villanueva, AD Bond, CA Hunter
– Chem Sci
(2021)
12,
10218
Synthesis and coordination behaviour of aluminate-based quinolyl ligands
JE Waters, S Hanf, M Rincon-Nocito, AD Bond, R Garcia-Rodriguez, DS Wright, AL Colebatch
– Dalton Transactions: an international journal of inorganic chemistry
(2021)
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01223 336352

Email address

adb29@cam.ac.uk