Mark G. Humphrey focuses on Nonlinear optics, Ruthenium, Crystallography, Stereochemistry and Electrochemistry. His Nonlinear optics research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Dendrimer, Absorption, Photochemistry, Molecule and Nonlinear optical. His research integrates issues of Acetylide, Medicinal chemistry, Cyclopentadienyl complex and Phosphine in his study of Ruthenium.
Mark G. Humphrey studies Crystal structure which is a part of Crystallography. His Electrochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dipole and Electrochromism. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Nickel and Anisotropy.
Mark G. Humphrey mainly investigates Crystallography, Ruthenium, Stereochemistry, Crystal structure and Nonlinear optics. He interconnects Metal, Cluster, Cluster chemistry, Ligand and Density functional theory in the investigation of issues within Crystallography. His Ruthenium research includes elements of Acceptor, Electrochemistry, Cyclic voltammetry and Photochemistry, Acetylide.
His biological study deals with issues like Medicinal chemistry, which deal with fields such as Denticity. His studies in Crystal structure integrate themes in fields like Ab initio quantum chemistry methods, X-ray, Triphenylphosphine and Cyclopentadienyl complex. In his study, Nanotechnology is inextricably linked to Nonlinear optical, which falls within the broad field of Nonlinear optics.
His primary areas of study are Crystallography, Nonlinear optical, Ruthenium, Density functional theory and Band gap. His Crystallography research incorporates themes from Acceptor, Bimetallic strip, Polymer, Molecule and Ion. His Nonlinear optical research incorporates themes from Molecular physics, Polar, Infrared and Metal chalcogenides.
His Ruthenium research integrates issues from Polymer chemistry, HOMO/LUMO, Absorption, Cyclic voltammetry and Absorption spectroscopy. His research in Density functional theory intersects with topics in Hyperpolarizability and Metal. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Laser damage and Mid infrared.
Mark G. Humphrey mostly deals with Nonlinear optical, Molecule, Optoelectronics, Ruthenium and Nanotechnology. His Molecule study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Ion, Optical nonlinearity and Physical chemistry. His Optoelectronics research includes themes of Carbon nanostructures, Chemical functionalization and Nonlinear optics.
The subject of his Nonlinear optics research is within the realm of Laser. His work deals with themes such as Crystallography, Chromophore, Atomic electron transition, Photoisomerization and Redox, which intersect with Ruthenium. His Crystallography research focuses on HOMO/LUMO and how it relates to Metal, Alkyne and Ligand.
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Organometallic Complexes in Nonlinear Optics I: Second-Order Nonlinearities
Ian R. Whittall;Andrew M. McDonagh;Mark G. Humphrey;Marek Samoc.
Advances in Organometallic Chemistry (1998)
Nonlinear optical properties of transition metal acetylides and their derivatives
Clem E. Powell;Mark G. Humphrey.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2004)
Cobalt phosphide nanorods as an efficient electrocatalyst for the hydrogen evolution reaction
Zhipeng Huang;Zhongzhong Chen;Zhibo Chen;Cuncai Lv.
Nano Energy (2014)
Organometallics in Nonlinear Optics II: Third-Order Nonlinearities and Optical Limiting Studies
Ian Whittall;Andrew McDonagh;Mark Humphrey.
Advances in Organometallic Chemistry (1999)
A hydrothermal route to water-stable luminescent carbon dots as nanosensors for pH and temperature
Chuanxi Wang;Zhenzhu Xu;Hao Cheng;Huihui Lin.
Organometallic complexes for nonlinear optics. 30.1 electrochromic linear and nonlinear optical properties of alkynylbis(diphosphine)ruthenium complexes.
Clem E. Powell;Marie P. Cifuentes;Joseph P. Morrall;Robert Stranger.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Organometallic Complexes for Nonlinear Optics 16. Second and Third Order Optical Nonlinearities of Octopolar Alkynylruthenium Complexes
Andrew McDonagh;Mark Humphrey;Marek Samoc;Barry Luther-Davies.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1999)
Organometallic Complexes for Nonlinear Optics. 17. Synthesis, Third-Order Optical Nonlinearities and Two-Photon Absorption Cross Section of an Alkynylruthenium Dendrimer
Andrew M. McDonagh;Mark G. Humphrey;Marek Samoc;Barry Luther-Davies.
Electrochemical Switching of the Cubic Nonlinear Optical Properties of an Aryldiethynyl‐Linked Heterobimetallic Complex between Three Distinct States
Marek Samoc;Nicolas Gauthier;Marie P. Cifuentes;Frédéric Paul.
Angewandte Chemie (2006)
Metal alkynyl complexes as switchable NLO systems
Katy A. Green;Marie P. Cifuentes;Marek Samoc;Marek Samoc;Mark G. Humphrey.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2011)
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