Browsing publications by Dr Peiyi Li

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Dr Peiyi Li
Bidirectional Electron Transfer in Molecular Tetrads2010
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Dr Peiyi Li
Pritesh Patel
Craig Sams
et al.
Electron Exchange in Conformationally Restricted Donor–Spacer–Acceptor Dyads: Angle Dependence and Involvement of Upper-Lying Excited States2008
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Dr Peiyi Li
James Rostron
Dr Ross Harrington
et al.
A spectroscopic study of the reduction of geometrically restrained viologens2007
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Dr Sarah Howell
Dr Peiyi Li
Dr Donocadh Lydon
et al.
Opening a spiropyran ring by way of an exciplex intermediate2007
Dr Donocadh Lydon
Dr Peiyi Li
Professor Andrew Benniston
Emeritus Professor William McFarlane
Dr Ross Harrington
et al.
Solid phase and solution phase structural characterization of pyrene-based, T-shaped molecular dyads2007
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
Dr Peiyi Li
Craig Sams
Comparison of the photophysical properties of osmium(II) Bis(2,2′:6′,2″-terpyridine) and the corresponding ethynylated derivative2005
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Dr Peiyi Li
James Rostron
Illumination of the 9-mesityl-10-methylacridinium ion does not give a long-lived photoredox state2005
Professor Andrew Benniston
Professor Anthony Harriman
Dr Peiyi Li
James Rostron
Illumination of the 9-mesityl-10-methylacridinium ion does not give a long-lived photoredox state2005
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