His primary areas of investigation include Inorganic chemistry, Crystallography, Lanthanide, Dysprosium and Ligand. His work carried out in the field of Inorganic chemistry brings together such families of science as Uranyl, Transition metal and Oxidation state. His Crystallography research includes elements of Ground state, Molecule, Magnetization and Cluster.
His studies in Lanthanide integrate themes in fields like Magnetism and Raman spectroscopy. His Dysprosium research incorporates elements of Chemical physics, Relaxation, Single-molecule magnet, Crystal and Magnet. His research integrates issues of Chelation, Crystal structure and Hydrogen bond in his study of Ligand.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Crystallography, Electron paramagnetic resonance, Stereochemistry, Inorganic chemistry and Crystal structure. His Crystallography study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ion, Molecule, Ligand and Metal. His Electron paramagnetic resonance research focuses on Ground state and how it relates to Spin and Condensed matter physics.
His Stereochemistry research incorporates themes from Inorganic compound, Molybdenum, Medicinal chemistry and Vanadium. His studies examine the connections between Inorganic chemistry and genetics, as well as such issues in Lanthanide, with regards to Dysprosium. His study explores the link between Crystal structure and topics such as X-ray crystallography that cross with problems in Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
David Collison focuses on Electron paramagnetic resonance, Crystallography, Condensed matter physics, Lanthanide and Magnetism. His research in Electron paramagnetic resonance intersects with topics in Zero field splitting, Spectral line, Photochemistry, Ion and Redox. His Crystallography study focuses on Crystal structure in particular.
His Lanthanide research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Inorganic chemistry, Dysprosium and Molecule. The study incorporates disciplines such as Organometallic chemistry, Relaxation, Bioinformatics, Single-molecule magnet and Crystal in addition to Dysprosium. As part of the same scientific family, David Collison usually focuses on Magnetism, concentrating on Coordination complex and intersecting with Nanotechnology, Field, Monomer, Magnetic susceptibility and Phenanthroline.
His main research concerns Lanthanide, Molecule, Relaxation, Dysprosium and Electron paramagnetic resonance. As part of one scientific family, David Collison deals mainly with the area of Lanthanide, narrowing it down to issues related to the Magnetism, and often Nanotechnology, Organic chemistry, Diethanolamine and NMR - Nuclear magnetic resonance. He has included themes like Chemical physics, Coordination complex and Magnet in his Molecule study.
In his research on the topic of Magnet, Inorganic chemistry is strongly related with Yttrium. His Dysprosium research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Crystal and Single-molecule magnet. David Collison interconnects Ion, Crystallography, Doping and Exchange interaction in the investigation of issues within Electron paramagnetic resonance.
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Magnetic relaxation pathways in lanthanide single-molecule magnets
Robin J. Blagg;Liviu Ungur;Floriana Tuna;James Speak.
Nature Chemistry (2013)
An electrostatic model for the determination of magnetic anisotropy in dysprosium complexes
Nicholas F. Chilton;David Collison;Eric J. L. McInnes;Richard E. P. Winpenny.
Nature Communications (2013)
Fungal siderophores: structures, functions and applications
Joanna C. Renshaw;Geoff D. Robson;Anthony P.J. Trinci;Marilyn G. Wiebe.
Fungal Biology (2002)
Lanthanide discs chill well and relax slowly
Joseph W. Sharples;Yan Zhen Zheng;Floriana Tuna;Eric J L McInnes.
Chemical Communications (2011)
A monometallic lanthanide bis(methanediide) single molecule magnet with a large energy barrier and complex spin relaxation behaviour
Matthew Gregson;Nicholas F. Chilton;Ana Maria Ariciu;Floriana Tuna.
Chemical Science (2016)
A dense metal-organic framework for enhanced magnetic refrigeration
Giulia Lorusso;Joseph W. Sharples;Elias Palacios;Olivier Roubeau.
Advanced Materials (2013)
A high anisotropy barrier in a sulfur-bridged organodysprosium single-molecule magnet.
Floriana Tuna;Charlene A. Smith;Michael Bodensteiner;Liviu Ungur.
Angewandte Chemie (2012)
The coordination chemistry and magnetism of some 3d–4f and 4f amino-polyalcohol compounds
Joseph W. Sharples;David Collison.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2014)
Influence of the N-Bridging Ligand on Magnetic Relaxation in an Organometallic Dysprosium Single-Molecule Magnet
Richard A. Layfield;Joseph J. W. McDouall;Scott A. Sulway;Floriana Tuna.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2010)
Syntheses, structures, and spectroscopic properties of six-coordinate mononuclear oxo-molybdenum(V) complexes stabilized by the hydrotris(3,5-dimethyl-1-pyrazolyl)borate ligand
W. E. Cleland;Kerry M. Barnhart;Katsumoto Yamanouchi;David Collison.
Inorganic Chemistry (1987)
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