2019 - Member of the Royal Irish Academy
2011 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary areas of investigation include Crystal engineering, Supramolecular chemistry, Nanotechnology, Crystallography and Stereochemistry. His Crystal engineering course of study focuses on Crystal and Crystal growth. His research integrates issues of Cocrystal, Hydrogen bond and Synthon in his study of Supramolecular chemistry.
His work on Nanoporous as part of his general Nanotechnology study is frequently connected to Polyhedron, Host and Template, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science. His work in Crystallography addresses issues such as Self-assembly, which are connected to fields such as Cationic polymerization and Tetrahedron. The various areas that he examines in his Stereochemistry study include Polymorphism, Pyridine, Medicinal chemistry and Amide.
Michael J. Zaworotko focuses on Crystallography, Crystal structure, Molecule, Stereochemistry and Crystal engineering. His research in the fields of Monoclinic crystal system, Single crystal and Crystal overlaps with other disciplines such as X-ray. Michael J. Zaworotko has researched Crystal structure in several fields, including X-ray crystallography and Inorganic chemistry.
His Molecule study also includes fields such as
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Chemical engineering, Metal-organic framework, Porous medium, Sorption and Adsorption. His Chemical engineering study incorporates themes from Porosity, Physisorption, Polymer, Metal and Gas separation. Michael J. Zaworotko works mostly in the field of Physisorption, limiting it down to topics relating to Molecule and, in certain cases, Hydrogen.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Porous medium, Crystal engineering are connected with Nanotechnology and other disciplines. His work in Sorption covers topics such as Crystallography which are related to areas like Desorption. His study looks at the relationship between Adsorption and fields such as Acetylene, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
His main research concerns Chemical engineering, Gas separation, Porous medium, Metal-organic framework and Selectivity. His study explores the link between Gas separation and topics such as Microporous material that cross with problems in Hydrogen bond, Chemical physics and Hydrogen. He usually deals with Porous medium and limits it to topics linked to Sorption and Desorption, Phase, Crystallography, Alkali metal and Tetrazole.
His work deals with themes such as Inorganic chemistry, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, Hydrocarbon and Acetylene, which intersect with Metal-organic framework. His Selectivity research also works with subjects such as
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From molecules to crystal engineering: supramolecular isomerism and polymorphism in network solids.
Brian Moulton;Michael J. Zaworotko.
Chemical Reviews (2001)
Air and water stable 1-ethyl-3-methylimidazolium based ionic liquids
John S. Wilkes;Michael J. Zaworotko.
Journal of The Chemical Society, Chemical Communications (1992)
Design and synthesis of metal–organic frameworks using metal–organic polyhedra as supermolecular building blocks
John J. Perry;Jason A. Perman;Michael J. Zaworotko.
Chemical Society Reviews (2009)
Porous materials with optimal adsorption thermodynamics and kinetics for CO2 separation
Patrick Nugent;Youssef Belmabkhout;Stephen D. Burd;Amy J. Cairns.
Peddy Vishweshwar;Jennifer A. McMahon;Joanna A. Bis;Michael J. Zaworotko.
Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (2006)
Supramolecular Isomerism in Coordination Polymers: Conformational Freedom of Ligands in [Co(NO3)2(1,2‐bis(4‐pyridyl)ethane)1.5]n
Tracy L. Hennigar;Donald C. MacQuarrie;Pierre Losier;Robin D. Rogers.
Angewandte Chemie (1997)
Crystal engineering of diamondoid networks
Michael J. Zaworotko.
Chemical Society Reviews (1994)
Superstructural diversity in two dimensions: crystal engineering of laminated solids
Michael J. Zaworotko.
Chemical Communications (2001)
Crystal engineering of the composition of pharmaceutical phases. Do pharmaceutical co-crystals represent a new path to improved medicines?
Örn Almarsson;Michael J. Zaworotko.
Chemical Communications (2004)
The role of cocrystals in pharmaceutical science.
Ning Shan;Michael J. Zaworotko.
Drug Discovery Today (2008)
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