The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Carbene, Polymer chemistry, Organic chemistry, Inorganic chemistry and Reactivity. Polly L. Arnold has researched Carbene in several fields, including Alkoxy group, Halogenation, Stereochemistry and Copper. Her studies deal with areas such as Reagent, Ring-opening polymerization, Lactide, Metal and Lithium as well as Polymer chemistry.
Her Inorganic chemistry study incorporates themes from Carbon monoxide, Uranyl, Medicinal chemistry and Oxidation state. Her study looks at the intersection of Medicinal chemistry and topics like Crystal structure with Electronic structure. Her Reactivity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Group 2 organometallic chemistry and Coordination complex.
Her primary areas of investigation include Medicinal chemistry, Carbene, Ligand, Stereochemistry and Inorganic chemistry. Her studies examine the connections between Medicinal chemistry and genetics, as well as such issues in Uranyl, with regards to Dication, Schiff base, Photochemistry and Silylation. Her Carbene research focuses on Reactivity and how it connects with Organometallic chemistry.
Her work in the fields of Ligand, such as Denticity, overlaps with other areas such as Small molecule. Metal, Density functional theory, Transition metal and Electronic structure is closely connected to Crystallography in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Stereochemistry. Her study looks at the intersection of Organic chemistry and topics like Polymer chemistry with Alkoxy group.
Her primary scientific interests are in Actinide, Catalysis, Crystallography, Covalent bond and Density functional theory. Polly L. Arnold has included themes like Metal, Medicinal chemistry and Phosphine in her Actinide study. Her Metal research incorporates themes from Thorium, Transition metal, Uranocene, Carbene and Orbital overlap.
Her Catalysis research incorporates elements of Polyester, Benzene, Polymerization, Polymer chemistry and Ammonia. Her Polymer chemistry study which covers Silanes that intersects with Molecule and Surface modification. Her work in Crystallography is not limited to one particular discipline; it also encompasses Ligand.
Polly L. Arnold spends much of her time researching Uranyl, Actinide, Catalysis, Surface modification and Ion. Her work carried out in the field of Uranyl brings together such families of science as Covalent bond, Photochemistry, Alkali metal and Density functional theory. Her Covalent bond research includes elements of Synthon, Triple bond, Crystallography, Hydrogen bond and Molecular orbital.
Her Actinide research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Molecule, Metal, Ammonia and Polymer chemistry. Her Catalysis research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Carbonate, Polymerization, Polymer and Silanes. Her studies in Ion integrate themes in fields like Inorganic chemistry, Hydrocarbon and Photocatalysis.
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Silver nanoparticles and polymeric medical devices: a new approach to prevention of infection?
Franck Furno;Kelly S. Morley;Ben Wong;Barry L. Sharp.
Journal of Antimicrobial Chemotherapy (2004)
Abnormal N-heterocyclic carbenes
Polly L. Arnold;Stephen Pearson.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2007)
Anionic tethered N-heterocyclic carbene chemistry
Stephen T. Liddle;Ian S. Edworthy;Polly L. Arnold.
Chemical Society Reviews (2007)
F-block N-heterocyclic carbene complexes.
Polly L. Arnold;Ian J. Casely.
Chemical Reviews (2009)
Reduction and selective oxo group silylation of the uranyl dication
Polly L. Arnold;Dipti Patel;Claire Wilson;Jason B. Love.
Arene-Bridged Diuranium Complexes: Inverted Sandwiches Supported by δ Backbonding
Paula L. Diaconescu;Polly L. Arnold;Thomas A. Baker;and Daniel J. Mindiola.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2000)
Small molecule activation by uranium tris(aryloxides): experimental and computational studies of binding of N2, coupling of CO, and deoxygenation insertion of CO2 under ambient conditions.
Stephen M. Mansell;Nikolas Kaltsoyannis;Polly L. Arnold.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2011)
C-H bond activation by f-block complexes.
Polly L. Arnold;Polly L. Arnold;Max W. McMullon;Max W. McMullon;Julia Rieb;Fritz E. Kühn.
Angewandte Chemie (2015)
F-block N-heterocyclic carbene complexes.
Polly L. Arnold;Stephen T. Liddle.
Chemical Communications (2006)
Pentavalent uranyl complexes
Polly L. Arnold;Jason B. Love;Dipti Patel.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2009)
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