The Metallurgy study combines topics in areas such as Crystal structure, Crystallography and Programming language, Crystal (programming language). Nathaniel W. Alcock integrates many fields in his works, including Crystal structure and Monoclinic crystal system. His Crystallography study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Monoclinic crystal system. Nathaniel W. Alcock merges Programming language with Crystal (programming language) in his study. His research on Organic chemistry often connects related topics like Ion. His research links Organic chemistry with Ion. Nathaniel W. Alcock incorporates Inorganic chemistry and Catalysis in his research. Nathaniel W. Alcock integrates Catalysis and Inorganic chemistry in his studies. Stereochemistry and Molecule are two areas of study in which Nathaniel W. Alcock engages in interdisciplinary research.
His work blends Organic chemistry and Medicinal chemistry studies together. Borrowing concepts from Crystal structure, Nathaniel W. Alcock weaves in ideas under Crystallography. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Crystal structure and Crystallography through his research. In his research, Nathaniel W. Alcock undertakes multidisciplinary study on Inorganic chemistry and Ion. He incorporates Ion and Inorganic chemistry in his studies. He connects Programming language with Crystal (programming language) in his research. He undertakes interdisciplinary study in the fields of Crystal (programming language) and Programming language through his works. Nathaniel W. Alcock integrates many fields in his works, including Stereochemistry and Organic chemistry.
Nathaniel W. Alcock integrates Organic chemistry with Photochemistry in his study. He merges many fields, such as Photochemistry and Organic chemistry, in his writings. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Ion and Analytical Chemistry (journal). Nathaniel W. Alcock performs integrative Analytical Chemistry (journal) and Mass spectrometry research in his work. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Mass spectrometry and Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry. He combines Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry and Ion in his research. His study ties his expertise on Chelation together with the subject of Inorganic chemistry. His Chelation study frequently links to other fields, such as Inorganic chemistry. The study of Medicinal chemistry is intertwined with the study of Pyridine in a number of ways.
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Synthesis and resolution of 1-(2-diphenylphosphino-1-naphthyl)isoquinoline; a PN chelating ligand for asymmetric catalysis.
Nathaniel W. Alcock;John M. Brown;David I. Hulmes.
Iron and Cobalt "Lacunar" Complexes as Dioxygen Carriers
Daryle H. Busch;Nathaniel W. Alcock.
Chemical Reviews (1994)
Competing supramolecular interactions give a new twist to terpyridyl chemistry: anion- and solvent-induced formation of spiral arrays in silver(I) complexes of a simple terpyridine.
Michael J. Hannon;Claire L. Painting;Edward A. Plummer;Laura J. Childs.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2002)
Acetates and acetato-complexes. Part 2. Spectroscopic studies
N. W. Alcock;V. M. Tracy;T. C. Waddington.
Journal of The Chemical Society-dalton Transactions (1976)
Activation of coordinated carbon monoxide toward alkyl and aryl migration (carbon monoxide insertion) by molecular Lewis acids and x-ray structure of the reactive intermediate
Susan Beda Butts;Steven H. Strauss;Elizabeth M. Holt;Rebecca E. Stimson.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1980)
Gaining control over molecular threading: benefits of second coordination sites and aqueous–organic interfaces in rotaxane synthesis
Alexander G. Kolchinski;Daryle H. Busch;Nathaniel W. Alcock.
Journal of The Chemical Society, Chemical Communications (1995)
Red and blue luminescent metallo-supramolecular coordination polymers assembled through π–π interactions
Nathaniel W. Alcock;Philip R. Barker;Johanna M. Haider;Michael J. Hannon.
Journal of The Chemical Society-dalton Transactions (2000)
New Iron(II) and Manganese(II) Complexes of Two Ultra-Rigid, Cross-Bridged Tetraazamacrocycles for Catalysis and Biomimicry
Timothy J. Hubin;James M. McCormick;Simon R. Collinson;Maria Buchalova.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2000)
A METALLO-SUPRAMOLECULAR DOUBLE-HELIX CONTAINING A MAJOR AND A MINOR GROOVE
Michael J. Hannon;Claire L. Painting;Nathaniel W. Alcock.
Chemical Communications (1999)
2-D soft ferromagnet based on [Wv(CN)8]3- and CuII with a Tc of 34 K.
Robert Podgajny;Tomasz Korzeniak;Maria Balanda;Tadeusz Wasiutynski.
Chemical Communications (2002)
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