Simon J. Higgins spends much of his time researching Molecule, Conductance, Nanotechnology, Chemical physics and Molecular wire. The study incorporates disciplines such as Electrical resistance and conductance, Metal, Stereochemistry, Scanning tunneling microscope and Electrochemistry in addition to Molecule. His work in Metal tackles topics such as Polymerization which are related to areas like Polymer chemistry.
He has researched Conductance in several fields, including Molecular conductance, Porphyrin, Electrode potential, Electrochemical potential and Computational chemistry. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ab initio, Coupling and Electronics. His Molecular wire research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Density functional theory, Quantum tunnelling and Conductivity.
Simon J. Higgins focuses on Molecule, Conductance, Crystallography, Molecular wire and Stereochemistry. The Molecule study combines topics in areas such as Scanning tunneling microscope, Nanotechnology, Electrochemistry and Quantum tunnelling. He works mostly in the field of Conductance, limiting it down to topics relating to Chemical physics and, in certain cases, Fermi energy.
His Crystallography course of study focuses on Inorganic chemistry and Polymer chemistry, Inorganic compound, Transition metal, Electrode and Cyclic voltammetry. His Molecular wire research incorporates themes from Electrical resistance and conductance and Density functional theory. His Stereochemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Isomerization, Ligand and Medicinal chemistry.
Simon J. Higgins mainly investigates Conductance, Molecule, Molecular wire, Molecular electronics and Electrode. His studies deal with areas such as Chemical physics, Molecular physics, Crystallography and Molecular conductance as well as Conductance. His Crystallography research integrates issues from Scanning tunneling microscope and Stereochemistry.
His work deals with themes such as Nanotechnology, Moiety and Optoelectronics, Quantum tunnelling, Semiconductor, which intersect with Molecule. His research integrates issues of Electrical resistance and conductance, Metal, Chemical engineering, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and Fermi energy in his study of Molecular wire. Simon J. Higgins interconnects Quartz crystal microbalance and Medicinal chemistry in the investigation of issues within Electrode.
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Mater. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc.
Simon Higgins;William Eccleston.
Redox state dependence of single molecule conductivity
Wolfgang Haiss;Harm van Zalinge;Simon J Higgins;Donald Bethell.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2003)
Measurement of single molecule conductivity using the spontaneous formation of molecular wires
Wolfgang Haiss;Richard J. Nichols;Harm van Zalinge;Simon J. Higgins.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics (2004)
Conjugated polymers incorporating pendant functional groups—synthesis and characterisation
Simon J. Higgins.
Chemical Society Reviews (1997)
Long-range electron tunnelling in oligo-porphyrin molecular wires
Gita Sedghi;Víctor M. García-Suárez;Víctor M. García-Suárez;Louisa J. Esdaile;Harry L. Anderson.
Nature Nanotechnology (2011)
Metal–Organic Conjugated Microporous Polymers†
Jia-Xing Jiang;Chao Wang;Andrea Laybourn;Tom Hasell.
Angewandte Chemie (2011)
Precision control of single-molecule electrical junctions.
Wolfgang Haiss;Changsheng Wang;Iain Grace;Andrei S. Batsanov.
Nature Materials (2006)
Regioregular poly(3-hexyl)selenophene: a low band gap organic hole transporting polymer.
Martin Heeney;Weimin Zhang;David J. Crouch;Michael L. Chabinyc.
Chemical Communications (2007)
Single molecule conductance of porphyrin wires with ultralow attenuation.
Gita Sedghi;Katsutoshi Sawada;Louisa J. Esdaile;Markus Hoffmann.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2008)
Oligoyne Single Molecule Wires
Changsheng Wang;Andrei S. Batsanov;Martin R. Bryce;Santiago Martin.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
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