Tanya K. Ronson mostly deals with Crystallography, Stereochemistry, Supramolecular chemistry, Self-assembly and Cage. Her Crystallography study combines topics in areas such as Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Transition metal. Her research on Transition metal also deals with topics like
Her study in Stereochemistry is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Cyclotriveratrylene, Fullerene, Ligand and Anion binding. The study incorporates disciplines such as Coordination complex, Polymer chemistry and Nickel in addition to Supramolecular chemistry. Her research in Self-assembly intersects with topics in Covalent bond, Molecular recognition and Chirality.
Her primary scientific interests are in Crystallography, Stereochemistry, Supramolecular chemistry, Metal and Polymer chemistry. Tanya K. Ronson has researched Crystallography in several fields, including Self-assembly, Ion, Metal ions in aqueous solution and Molecule. Her Molecule research incorporates elements of Chemical physics and Combinatorial chemistry.
Her Stereochemistry study incorporates themes from Cyclotriveratrylene, Ligand, Coordination complex and Chelation. Her work carried out in the field of Supramolecular chemistry brings together such families of science as Covalent bond, Diamine, Phase and Transition metal. The concepts of her Polymer chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Carboxylate, Zinc, Dynamic covalent chemistry and Palladium.
Tanya K. Ronson focuses on Supramolecular chemistry, Crystallography, Metal, Tetrahedron and Polymer chemistry. Her research integrates issues of Phase, Acetonitrile, Methane, Combinatorial chemistry and van der Waals force in her study of Supramolecular chemistry. The Crystallography study combines topics in areas such as Enantiomer and Chirality.
The subject of her Enantiomer research is within the realm of Stereochemistry. Many of her studies on Metal apply to Ligand as well. Her Polymer chemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Covalent bond, Pyridine, Porphyrin and Acid–base reaction.
Covalent bond, Polymer chemistry, Supramolecular chemistry, Molecule and Combinatorial chemistry are her primary areas of study. Her Covalent bond research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Crystallography, Crystal structure, Enantiomer and CESIUM CATION. The various areas that Tanya K. Ronson examines in her Polymer chemistry study include Porphyrin, Nanostructure, Hexabenzocoronene, Oxidative coupling of methane and Absorption spectroscopy.
Her Supramolecular chemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Palladium, Imine, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, Coronene and Tridentate ligand. Her Molecule research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Molecular physics, Light emission and Quantum efficiency. Her Combinatorial chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Surface modification, Anion binding and Phosphine.
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Metal–organic container molecules through subcomponent self-assembly
Tanya K. Ronson;Salvatore Zarra;Samuel P. Black;Jonathan R. Nitschke.
Chemical Communications (2013)
Functional Capsules via Subcomponent Self-Assembly
Dawei Zhang;Tanya K. Ronson;Jonathan R. Nitschke.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2018)
Luminescent PtII(bipyridyl)(diacetylide) Chromophores with Pendant Binding Sites as Energy Donors for Sensitised Near-Infrared Emission from Lanthanides: Structures and Photophysics of PtII/LnIII Assemblies
Tanya K. Ronson;Theodore Lazarides;Harry Adams;Simon J. A. Pope.
Chemistry: A European Journal (2006)
Fast spin-flip enables efficient and stable organic electroluminescence from charge-transfer states
Lin Song Cui;Alexander J. Gillett;Shou Feng Zhang;Shou Feng Zhang;Hao Ye.
Nature Photonics (2020)
Two-stage directed self-assembly of a cyclic catenane
Christopher S. Wood;Tanya K. Ronson;Ana M. Belenguer;Julian J. Holstein.
Nature Chemistry (2015)
Star-Burst Prisms with Cyclotriveratrylene-Type Ligands: A [Pd6L8]12+ Stella Octangular Structure†
Tanya K. Ronson;Julie Fisher;Lindsay P. Harding;Michaele J. Hardie.
Angewandte Chemie (2007)
Stellated polyhedral assembly of a topologically complicated Pd4L4 'Solomon cube'.
Tanya K. Ronson;Julie Fisher;Lindsay P. Harding;Pierre J. Rizkallah;Pierre J. Rizkallah.
Nature Chemistry (2009)
Ligand Aspect Ratio as a Decisive Factor for the Self-Assembly of Coordination Cages
Suzanne Maria Jansze;Giacomo Cecot;Matthew D. Wise;Konstantin O. Zhurov.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2016)
Separation and Selective Formation of Fullerene Adducts within an MII8L6 Cage
Wolfgang Brenner;Tanya K. Ronson;Jonathan R. Nitschke.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2017)
Selective Anion Extraction and Recovery Using a FeII 4L4 Cage
Dawei Zhang;Tanya K. Ronson;Jesús Mosquera;Alexandre Martinez.
Angewandte Chemie (2018)
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