2009 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
Richard T. Oakley mainly focuses on Crystallography, Radical, Crystal structure, Stereochemistry and Molecule. His work deals with themes such as Paramagnetism and Intermolecular force, which intersect with Crystallography. His Radical research includes themes of Crystallization, Inorganic chemistry, Photochemistry, Conductivity and Isostructural.
Richard T. Oakley combines subjects such as Computational chemistry, Electronic structure and Crystal with his study of Crystal structure. His Stereochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of X-ray crystallography, Dimer and Stacking. His Molecule research focuses on subjects like Disproportionation, which are linked to MNDO and Delocalized electron.
His primary areas of investigation include Crystallography, Crystal structure, Molecule, Stereochemistry and Radical. His studies in Crystallography integrate themes in fields like Electronic structure and Ring. Richard T. Oakley works mostly in the field of Crystal structure, limiting it down to concerns involving Polymer chemistry and, occasionally, Organic chemistry.
His Molecule research focuses on Sulfur and how it relates to Inorganic chemistry. His work carried out in the field of Stereochemistry brings together such families of science as Medicinal chemistry and Electronic band structure. His study looks at the intersection of Radical and topics like Conductivity with Isostructural and Condensed matter physics.
Richard T. Oakley spends much of his time researching Radical, Crystallography, Crystal structure, Condensed matter physics and Conductivity. Richard T. Oakley has researched Radical in several fields, including Crystallization, Paramagnetism, Intermolecular force, Photochemistry and Computational chemistry. His work in Crystallography covers topics such as Stereochemistry which are related to areas like Electron paramagnetic resonance.
His research investigates the connection between Crystal structure and topics such as Density functional theory that intersect with issues in Molecular orbital. His work investigates the relationship between Condensed matter physics and topics such as Metal that intersect with problems in Insulator. While the research belongs to areas of Conductivity, Richard T. Oakley spends his time largely on the problem of Isostructural, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Selenium and Band gap.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Radical, Conductivity, Crystallography, Intermolecular force and Ferromagnetism. His studies deal with areas such as Crystallization, Sulfur, Crystal structure, Isostructural and Photochemistry as well as Radical. The concepts of his Crystallography study are interwoven with issues in Scanning tunneling microscope, Semiquinone and Photoluminescence.
His Intermolecular force research is included under the broader classification of Molecule. His Molecule research incorporates themes from X-ray crystallography, Electronic structure, Stereochemistry and Silicon. Richard T. Oakley interconnects Atom, Coercivity and Antiferromagnetism in the investigation of issues within Ferromagnetism.
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Preparation of N,N,N′-tris(trimethylsilyl)amidines; a convenient route to unsubstituted amidines
René T. Boeré;Richard T. Oakley;Robert W. Reed.
Journal of Organometallic Chemistry (1987)
Resonating Valence-Bond Ground State in a Phenalenyl-Based Neutral Radical Conductor
S. K. Pal;M. E. Itkis;M. E. Itkis;F. S. Tham;F. S. Tham;R. W. Reed;R. W. Reed.
Cyclic and heterocyclic thiazenes
R. T. Oakley.
Progress in Inorganic Chemistry (1988)
The first phenalenyl-based neutral radical molecular conductor
X. Chi;M. E. Itkis;B. O. Patrick;T. M. Barclay.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1999)
Synthesis of "face to face" porphyrin dimers linked by 5,15-substituents: potential binuclear multielectron redox catalysts
J. P. Collman;A. O. Chong;G. B. Jameson;R. T. Oakley.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1981)
Two-Dimensional Structural Motif in Thienoacene Semiconductors: Synthesis, Structure, and Properties of Tetrathienoanthracene Isomers
Jaclyn L. Brusso;Oliver D. Hirst;Afshin Dadvand;Srinivasan Ganesan.
Chemistry of Materials (2008)
Molecular Semiconductors from Bifunctional Dithia- and Diselenadiazolyl Radicals. Preparation and Solid-State Structural and Electronic Properties of 1,4-[(E2N2C)C6H4(CN2E2)] (E = S, Se)
A. Wallace Cordes;Robert C. Haddon;Richard T. Oakley;Lynn F. Schneemeyer.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1991)
Enhanced conductivity and magnetic ordering in isostructural heavy atom radicals.
Craig M. Robertson;Alicea A. Leitch;Kristina Cvrkalj;Robert W. Reed.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2008)
Resonating Valence Bond Ground State in Oxygen-Functionalized Phenalenyl-Based Neutral Radical Molecular Conductors
Swadhin K. Mandal;Satyabrata Samanta;Mikhail E. Itkis;Dell W. Jensen.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Dimeric phenalenyl-based neutral radical molecular conductors.
X. Chi;M. E. Itkis;K. Kirschbaum;A. A. Pinkerton.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2001)
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