J. A. Gareth Williams spends much of his time researching Photochemistry, Luminescence, Ligand, Excited state and Lanthanide. His Photochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Denticity, Ion, Europium, Terpyridine and Fluorescence. J. A. Gareth Williams performs integrative study on Luminescence and Electroluminescence.
His studies deal with areas such as Crystallography, Metal and Polymer chemistry as well as Ligand. His Excited state research incorporates themes from Excimer and Density functional theory. His Lanthanide research integrates issues from Covalent bond, Nucleic acid, Oxygen and Porphyrin.
J. A. Gareth Williams mostly deals with Photochemistry, Luminescence, Ligand, Phosphorescence and Crystallography. His Photochemistry research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Terpyridine, Metal, Fluorescence, Polymer chemistry and Excited state. The study incorporates disciplines such as Benzene, Quenching, Chromophore, Molecule and Lanthanide in addition to Luminescence.
His Ligand research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Acetylide and Medicinal chemistry. The Phosphorescence study combines topics in areas such as Quantum yield, Excimer and Optoelectronics, Phosphor. His Crystallography research includes elements of Pyridine, Stereochemistry and Helicene.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Ligand, Phosphorescence, Photochemistry, Excited state and Crystallography. His Ligand study incorporates themes from HOMO/LUMO, Hexagonal phase and Liquid crystal. His work deals with themes such as Rhenium and Fluorescence, which intersect with Photochemistry.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Luminescence, Ion, Ultrafast laser spectroscopy and Doping. He has researched Luminescence in several fields, including Quantum yield, Metal, Polymer chemistry and Binding site. His Crystallography study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Pyridine, Intramolecular force, Density functional theory and Phenanthridine.
J. A. Gareth Williams mainly investigates Phosphorescence, Excited state, Crystallography, Ligand and Triplet state. His research on Phosphorescence frequently links to adjacent areas such as Photochemistry. His Photochemistry research incorporates themes from Absorption band, Quantum yield and Band gap.
His research integrates issues of Luminescence, Metal ions in aqueous solution, Metal and Intramolecular force in his study of Excited state. J. A. Gareth Williams combines subjects such as Density functional theory and Phenanthridine with his study of Crystallography. His research in Ligand intersects with topics in Rhenium and Helicene.
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Non-radiative deactivation of the excited states of europium, terbium and ytterbium complexes by proximate energy-matched OH, NH and CH oscillators: an improved luminescence method for establishing solution hydration states
Andrew Beeby;Ian M. Clarkson;Rachel S. Dickins;Stephen Faulkner.
Journal of The Chemical Society-perkin Transactions 1 (1999)
Photochemistry and Photophysics of Coordination Compounds: Platinum
J. A. Gareth Williams.
Optimising the luminescence of platinum(II) complexes and their application in organic light emitting devices (OLEDs)
J.A. Gareth Williams;Stéphanie Develay;David L. Rochester;Lisa Murphy.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2008)
Light-emitting devices based on organometallic platinum complexes as emitters
Jan Kalinowski;Valeria Fattori;Massimo Cocchi;J.A. Gareth Williams.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2011)
Lighting the way to see inside the live cell with luminescent transition metal complexes
Elizabeth Baggaley;Julia A. Weinstein;J.A. Gareth Williams.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2012)
An Alternative Route to Highly Luminescent Platinum(II) Complexes: Cyclometalation with N∧C∧N-Coordinating Dipyridylbenzene Ligands
J A Gareth Williams;Andrew Beeby;E Stephen Davies;Julia A Weinstein.
Inorganic Chemistry (2003)
Getting excited about lanthanide complexation chemistry
David Parker;J. A. Gareth Williams.
Journal of The Chemical Society-dalton Transactions (1996)
The coordination chemistry of dipyridylbenzene: N-deficient terpyridine or panacea for brightly luminescent metal complexes?
J. A. Gareth Williams.
Chemical Society Reviews (2009)
Time-resolved and two-photon emission imaging microscopy of live cells with inert platinum complexes
Stanley W. Botchway;Mirren Charnley;John W. Haycock;Anthony W. Parker.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2008)
Light-emitting iridium complexes with tridentate ligands
J. A. Gareth Williams;Andrew J. Wilkinson;Victoria L. Whittle.
Dalton Transactions (2008)
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