Robert J. Deeth mainly focuses on Stereochemistry, Ligand, Crystallography, Computational chemistry and Density functional theory. His research in Stereochemistry intersects with topics in Phosphine, Copper, Medicinal chemistry and Ruthenium. His Ligand study incorporates themes from Pyridine, Diamine and Catalysis.
His studies deal with areas such as Ion, Molybdenum and Activation energy as well as Crystallography. His research integrates issues of Bond length and Metal in his study of Computational chemistry. The Local-density approximation research Robert J. Deeth does as part of his general Density functional theory study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Interface and Expression, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science.
His primary areas of study are Crystallography, Ligand field theory, Stereochemistry, Ligand and Computational chemistry. His work in Crystallography tackles topics such as Copper which are related to areas like Catalysis. His Ligand field theory study combines topics in areas such as Force field, Molecular dynamics, Atomic orbital, Molecular physics and Spin states.
Robert J. Deeth has researched Stereochemistry in several fields, including Pyridine, Medicinal chemistry, Ruthenium, Inorganic compound and Crystal structure. His Ligand research includes elements of Protonation, Diamine, Metal and Molecular orbital. Robert J. Deeth works mostly in the field of Computational chemistry, limiting it down to concerns involving Ab initio and, occasionally, Ion.
Robert J. Deeth mainly investigates Crystallography, Ligand field theory, Spin states, Stereochemistry and Spin crossover. His Crystallography research incorporates elements of Platinum, Copper, Computational chemistry, Degenerate energy levels and DABCO. His Ligand field theory research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Molecular mechanics, Molecular dynamics, Molecular orbital theory, Atomic orbital and Molecular physics.
His Spin states research focuses on Thermodynamics and how it relates to Spectroscopy, Single crystal and Mean field theory. Robert J. Deeth has included themes like Pyridine, Ligand, Adduct and Conformational isomerism, Molecule in his Stereochemistry study. His Pyridine research includes themes of Electronegativity, Catalysis, Ion, Substituent and Bioinorganic chemistry.
Robert J. Deeth focuses on Crystallography, Spin states, Stereochemistry, Spin crossover and Catalysis. His studies in Crystallography integrate themes in fields like Absolute configuration, Cis–trans isomerism and Copper. The various areas that he examines in his Spin states study include Ligand field theory, Schiff base, Steric effects, Valence and Molecular physics.
Robert J. Deeth combines subjects such as Pyridine, Electron paramagnetic resonance, Spin label and Mitochondrion with his study of Stereochemistry. His Spin crossover research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Atomic orbital, Ab initio, Electronic effect, Coordination number and Computational chemistry. His work deals with themes such as Electronegativity, Ligand, Ion, Substituent and Bioinorganic chemistry, which intersect with Catalysis.
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Discovery of a new peptide natural product by Streptomyces coelicolor genome mining.
Sylvie Lautru;Robert J Deeth;Lianne M Bailey;Gregory L Challis.
Nature Chemical Biology (2005)
Controlling ligand substitution reactions of organometallic complexes: tuning cancer cell cytotoxicity.
F Y Wang;A Habtemariam;E P L van der Geer;R Fernandez.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2005)
Osmium(II) and Ruthenium(II) Arene Maltolato Complexes: Rapid Hydrolysis and Nucleobase Binding
Anna F. A. Peacock;Michael Melchart;Robert J. Deeth;Abraha Habtemariam.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2007)
Theoretical Modeling of Water Exchange on [Pd(H2O)4]2+, [Pt(H2O)4]2+, and trans-[PtCl2(H2O)2]
Robert J. Deeth;Lars Ivar Elding.
Inorganic Chemistry (1996)
The ligand field molecular mechanics model and the stereoelectronic effects of d and s electrons
Robert J. Deeth.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2001)
Molecular modelling for transition metal complexes: Dealing with d-electron effects
Robert J. Deeth;Anna E. Anastasi;Christian Diedrich;Kris Randell.
Coordination Chemistry Reviews (2009)
Molecular Mechanics for Coordination Complexes: The Impact of Adding d-Electron Stabilization Energies
Veronica J. Burton;Robert J. Deeth;Christopher M. Kemp;Phillip J. Gilbert.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1995)
Electronic control of the regiochemistry in palladium-phosphine catalyzed intermolecular Heck reactions
Robert J. Deeth;and Andrew Smith;John M. Brown.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2004)
Ruthenium(II) arene anticancer complexes with redox-active diamine ligands.
Tijana Bugarcic;Abraha Habtemariam;Robert J. Deeth;Francesca P. A. Fabbiani.
Inorganic Chemistry (2009)
Amide linkage isomerism as an activity switch for organometallic osmium and ruthenium anticancer complexes.
Sabine H. van Rijt;Andrew J. Hebden;Thakshila Amaresekera;Robert J. Deeth.
Journal of Medicinal Chemistry (2009)
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