His main research concerns Crystallography, Stereochemistry, Molecule, Inorganic chemistry and Ion. His study in Crystallography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ligand, Cyanide and Phase. Kim R. Dunbar interconnects DNA, Cationic polymerization, Metal and Crystal structure in the investigation of issues within Stereochemistry.
His Molecule research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Photochemistry, Paramagnetism, Transition metal and Solvent. His Inorganic chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Rhodium, Manganese, Coordination complex and Nickel. His Ion study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Supramolecular chemistry and Tetrazine.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Crystallography, Stereochemistry, Molecule, Crystal structure and Inorganic chemistry. Kim R. Dunbar has researched Crystallography in several fields, including Ion, Cyanide, Ligand and Metal. While working in this field, he studies both Ion and Magnetic anisotropy.
In his research on the topic of Stereochemistry, Phosphine is strongly related with Medicinal chemistry. His work on Trigonal bipyramidal molecular geometry is typically connected to Magnet as part of general Molecule study, connecting several disciplines of science. His Crystal structure study combines topics in areas such as X-ray crystallography, Carboxylate, Inorganic compound and Acetonitrile.
Kim R. Dunbar mostly deals with Crystallography, Molecule, Magnet, Ion and Relaxation. His work in the fields of Octahedron overlaps with other areas such as Magnetic anisotropy. His Molecule research incorporates themes from Excited state, Cyanide, Ferromagnetism and Metal-organic framework.
His research in Ion focuses on subjects like Stereochemistry, which are connected to Ruthenium. His Relaxation research includes themes of Coordination sphere and Trigonal bipyramidal molecular geometry. His Ligand research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Redox, Phenazine and Metal.
His primary areas of investigation include Crystallography, Molecule, Magnet, Relaxation and Ion. Borrowing concepts from Magnetic anisotropy, Kim R. Dunbar weaves in ideas under Crystallography. His Molecule research incorporates elements of Physisorption, Excited state, Synchrotron, Powder diffraction and Metal-organic framework.
His research investigates the connection between Relaxation and topics such as Trigonal bipyramidal molecular geometry that intersect with issues in Coordination sphere and Nickel. Many of his research projects under Ion are closely connected to Single-molecule magnet with Single-molecule magnet, tying the diverse disciplines of science together. His Ligand study incorporates themes from Pyridine, Medicinal chemistry and Redox.
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Brandi L. Schottel;Helen T. Chifotides;Kim R. Dunbar.
Chemical Society Reviews (2008)
Chemistry of Transition Metal Cyanide Compounds: Modern Perspectives
Kim R. Dunbar;Robert A. Heintz.
Progress in Inorganic Chemistry, Volume 45 (2007)
Interactions of metal-metal-bonded antitumor active complexes with DNA fragments and DNA.
Helen T. Chifotides;Kim R. Dunbar.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2005)
Anion-π interactions in supramolecular architectures.
Helen T. Chifotides;Kim R. Dunbar.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2013)
New Insight into the Nature of Cu(TCNQ): Solution Routes to Two Distinct Polymorphs and Their Relationship to Crystalline Films That Display Bistable Switching Behavior
Robert A. Heintz;Hanhua Zhao;Xiang Ouyang;Giulio Grandinetti.
Inorganic Chemistry (1999)
Molecular magnetic materials based on 4d and 5d transition metals.
Xin-Yi Wang;Xin-Yi Wang;Carolina Avendaño;Kim R. Dunbar.
Chemical Society Reviews (2011)
Anion template effect on the self-assembly and interconversion of metallacyclophanes.
Cristian Saul Campos-Fernández;Brandi L. Schottel;Helen T. Chifotides;Jitendra K. Bera.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
Anion-π interactions as controlling elements in self-assembly reactions of Ag(I) complexes with π-acidic aromatic rings
Brandi L. Schottel;Helen T. Chifotides;Mikhail Shatruk;Abdellatif Chouai.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Chain compounds based on transition metal backbones: new life for an old topic.
Jitendra K. Bera;Kim R. Dunbar.
Angewandte Chemie (2002)
Molecular cube of Re(II) and Mn(II) that exhibits single-molecule magnetism.
Eric J. Schelter;and Andrey V. Prosvirin;Kim R. Dunbar.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
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