Browsing publications by Craig Sams

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYear
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Consuelo Pariani
Craig Sams
Competition between energy transfer and interligand electron transfer in porphyrin - Osmium(II) Bis(2,2′:6′,2″-terpyridine) dyads2007
Dr Ben Allen
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Irantzu Llarena
Craig Sams
et al.
How the central torsion angle affects the rates of nonradiative decay in some geometrically restricted p-quaterphenyls2007
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Irantzu Llarena
Craig Sams
Intramolecular Delayed Fluorescence as a Tool for Imaging Science: Synthesis and Photophysical Properties of a First-Generation Emitter2007
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Irantzu Llarena
Craig Sams
Intramolecular delayed fluorescence as a tool for imaging science: Synthesis and photophysical properties of a first-generation emitter2007
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Dr Sarah Howell
Craig Sams
Dr Yong-Gang Zhi
et al.
Intramolecular excimer formation and delayed fluorescence in sterically constrained pyrene dimers2007
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Dr Peiyi Li
Pritesh Patel
Craig Sams
et al.
A strategy for the synthesis of metal bis(2,2′:6′,2″- terpyridine)-terminated molecular dyads having controlled torsion angles at the central biphenyl linker2006
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Dr Peiyi Li
Pritesh Patel
James Rostron
et al.
An apparent angle dependence for the nonradiative deactivation of excited triplet states of sterically constrained, binuclear ruthenium(II) bis(2,2′:6′,2″-terpyridine) complexes2006
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Consuelo Pariani
Craig Sams
Intramolecular energy-transfer processes in a bis(porphyrin)-ruthenium(II) bis(2,2′:6′,2″-terpyridine) molecular array2006
Professor Andrew Benniston
Glen Chapman
Professor Anthony Harriman
Craig Sams
Photophysical investigation of the triplet manifold of mono- and bis-phenylethynyl-(2,2′:6′,2″-terpyridine) ruthenium(II) complexes2006
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Pritesh Patel
Craig Sams
A strategy for controlling the central torsion angle in biphenyl-based molecular-scale bridges2005
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