Browsing publications by Dr Lee Higham

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
James Fleming
Dr Lee Higham
Primary Phosphine Chemistry2015
Arne Ficks
James Fleming
Dr Lee Higham
Jenny Wallis
Setting P-Donor Ligands into Context: An Application of the Ligand Knowledge Base (LKB) Approach2015
Laura Davies
Dr Ross Harrington
Emeritus Professor William Clegg
Dr Lee Higham
BR2BodPR2: highly fluorescent alternatives to PPh3 and PhPCy22014
Arne Ficks
Emeritus Professor William Clegg
Dr Ross Harrington
Dr Lee Higham
Air-Stable Chiral Primary Phosphines: A Gateway to MOP Ligands with Previously Inaccessible Stereoelectronic Profiles2014
Dr Lee Higham
Air-Stable, Fluorescent Primary Phosphines2014
Laura Davies
Jenny Wallis
Dr Mike Probert
Dr Lee Higham
Efficient Multigram Syntheses of Air-Stable, Fluorescent Primary Phosphines via Palladium-Catalyzed Phosphonylation of Aryl Bromides2014
Laura Davies
Emeritus Professor William Clegg
Dr Ross Harrington
Dr Lee Higham
Re and 99mTc complexes of BodP3 - multi-modality imaging probes2014
Laura Davies
Emeritus Professor William Clegg
Dr Ross Harrington
Dr Lee Higham
Re and 99mTc complexes of BodP3 – multi-modality imaging probes2014
Arne Ficks
Dr Ross Harrington
Dr Lee Higham
Chiral MOP-phosphonite ligands: synthesis, characterisation and interconversion of η16-(σ-P, π-arene) chelated rhodium(I) complexes2013
Arne Ficks
Connor Sibbald
Dr Ross Harrington
Emeritus Professor William Clegg
Dr Lee Higham
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Efficient Multigram Syntheses of Air-Stable, Chiral Primary Phosphine Ligand Precursors via Palladium-Catalyzed Phosphonylation of Aryltriflates2013
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