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Professor Anthony Legon
Dr Nick Walker
What's in a name? 'Coinage-metal' non-covalent bonds and their definition2018
Dr Chris Medcraft
John Mullaney
Dr Nick Walker
Professor Anthony Legon
A complex Ar-AgI produced by laser ablation and characterised by rotational spectroscopy and ab initio calculations: Variation of properties along the series Ar-AgX (X = F, Cl, Br and I)2017
John Mullaney
Dr Chris Medcraft
Professor Bernard Golding
Dr Nick Walker
Professor Anthony Legon
et al.
Cooperative Hydrogen Bonds Form a Pseudocycle Stabilizing an Isolated Complex of Isocyanic Acid with Urea2017
Dr Chris Medcraft
Eva Gougoula
Dror Bittner
John Mullaney
Dr Nick Walker
et al.
Molecular Geometries and Other Properties of H2O鈰疉gI and H3N鈰疉gI as Characterised by Rotational Spectroscopy and Ab Initio Calculations2017
Dror Bittner
Dr Nick Walker
Professor Anthony Legon
A two force-constant model for complexes B鈰疢鈥揦 (B is a Lewis base and MX is any diatomic molecule): Intermolecular stretching force constants from centrifugal distortion constants DJ or 饾湡饾懕2016
Dror Bittner
Dr Su Stephens
Dr Daniel Zaleski
Dr Nick Walker
Professor Anthony Legon
et al.
Gas phase complexes of H3N 路路路 CuF and H3N 路路路 CuI studied by rotational spectroscopy and ab initio calculations: the effect of X (X = F, Cl, Br, I) in OC 路路路 CuX and H3N 路路路 CuX2016
Dr Chris Medcraft
Dror Bittner
Dr Nick Walker
Professor Anthony Legon
Geometries of H2S-MI (M = Cu, Ag, Au) complexes studied by rotational spectroscopy: The effect of the metal atom2016
John Mullaney
Dr Daniel Zaleski
Dr Nick Walker
Professor Anthony Legon
Geometry of an Isolated Dimer of Imidazole Characterised by Broadband Rotational Spectroscopy and Ab Initio Calculations2016
Susanna Stephens
Dr Nick Walker
Professor Anthony Legon
H3P鈰疉gI: generation by laser-ablation and characterization by rotational spectroscopy and ab initio calculations2016
Dror Bittner
Dr Daniel Zaleski
Dr Nick Walker
Professor Anthony Legon
Highly-Unsaturated Platinum and Palladium Carbenes, PtC3 and PdC3, Isolated and Characterised in the Gas Phase2016
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