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Discipline name H-index Citations Publications World Ranking National Ranking
Chemistry D-index 91 Citations 30,132 296 World Ranking 785 National Ranking 358

Overview

What is he best known for?

The fields of study he is best known for:

  • Organic chemistry
  • Enzyme
  • Oxygen

Thomas A. Moore mostly deals with Photochemistry, Electron transfer, Porphyrin, Molecule and Quantum yield. Thomas A. Moore works in the field of Photochemistry, focusing on Photoinduced electron transfer in particular. Thomas A. Moore mostly deals with Photosynthetic reaction centre in his studies of Electron transfer.

The concepts of his Porphyrin study are interwoven with issues in Triad, Covalent bond, Fullerene, Moiety and Ground state. His Molecule research integrates issues from Monolayer, Molecular physics, Photoisomerization, Analytical chemistry and Quinone. Thomas A. Moore has researched Quantum yield in several fields, including Electrolysis of water and Water splitting.

His most cited work include:

  • Mimicking Photosynthetic Solar Energy Transduction (1607 citations)
  • Solar Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis (1370 citations)
  • Reproducible Measurement of Single-Molecule Conductivity (1018 citations)

What are the main themes of his work throughout his whole career to date?

His primary areas of study are Photochemistry, Electron transfer, Porphyrin, Photoinduced electron transfer and Molecule. His research in Photochemistry intersects with topics in Photosynthesis, Excited state, Singlet state and Quantum yield. His Photosynthesis study deals with Artificial photosynthesis intersecting with Nanotechnology.

His studies deal with areas such as Chemical physics, Electron donor, Intramolecular force and Photoinduced charge separation as well as Electron transfer. His research on Porphyrin also deals with topics like

  • Moiety which connect with Covalent bond,
  • Triplet state together with Electron paramagnetic resonance. His Photoinduced electron transfer research includes themes of Fullerene, Ultrafast laser spectroscopy, Electron acceptor and Ground state.

He most often published in these fields:

  • Photochemistry (50.99%)
  • Electron transfer (26.27%)
  • Porphyrin (25.39%)

What were the highlights of his more recent work (between 2012-2021)?

  • Photochemistry (50.99%)
  • Condensed matter physics (4.64%)
  • Electron transfer (26.27%)

In recent papers he was focusing on the following fields of study:

Thomas A. Moore mainly focuses on Photochemistry, Condensed matter physics, Electron transfer, Porphyrin and Molecule. He is interested in Chromophore, which is a field of Photochemistry. His Electron transfer research also works with subjects such as

  • Delocalized electron together with Density functional theory and Photosynthetic reaction centre,
  • Protonation which intersects with area such as Imidazole.

His research investigates the link between Porphyrin and topics such as Inorganic chemistry that cross with problems in Nanoparticle. His Molecule research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Computational chemistry, Pyridinium and Atomic physics. His Proton-coupled electron transfer study combines topics in areas such as Photosynthesis, Nanotechnology, Chemical physics and Benzimidazole.

Between 2012 and 2021, his most popular works were:

  • Redesigning photosynthesis to sustainably meet global food and bioenergy demand (415 citations)
  • Serial time-resolved crystallography of photosystem II using a femtosecond X-ray laser. (320 citations)
  • Energy and environment policy case for a global project on artificial photosynthesis (200 citations)

In his most recent research, the most cited papers focused on:

  • Organic chemistry
  • Enzyme
  • Oxygen

His primary scientific interests are in Photochemistry, Condensed matter physics, Nanotechnology, Electron transfer and Artificial photosynthesis. Thomas A. Moore is interested in Porphyrin, which is a branch of Photochemistry. His study in Porphyrin is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Organic semiconductor, Inorganic chemistry, Counterion, Chromophore and Electrolyte.

His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Creep and Thin film. The study incorporates disciplines such as Fossil fuel, Solar fuel, Solubility and Biochemical engineering in addition to Nanotechnology. His Electron transfer research incorporates themes from Rate equation, Excited state and Fullerene.

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Best Publications

Mimicking Photosynthetic Solar Energy Transduction

Devens Gust;Thomas A. Moore;Ana L. Moore.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2001)

2466 Citations

Solar Fuels via Artificial Photosynthesis

Devens Gust;Thomas A. Moore;Ana L. Moore.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2009)

1886 Citations

Reproducible Measurement of Single-Molecule Conductivity

X. D. Cui;A. Primak;X. Zarate;J. Tomfohr.
Science (2001)

1678 Citations

Comparing photosynthetic and photovoltaic efficiencies and recognizing the potential for improvement.

Robert E. Blankenship;David M. Tiede;James Barber;James Barber;Gary W. Brudvig.
Science (2011)

1268 Citations

Molecular Mimicry of Photosynthetic Energy and Electron Transfer

Devens Gust;Thomas A. Moore;Ana L. Moore.
Accounts of Chemical Research (1993)

1265 Citations

Photoassisted Overall Water Splitting in a Visible Light-Absorbing Dye-Sensitized Photoelectrochemical Cell

Justin W. Youngblood;Seung Hyun Anna Lee;Yoji Kobayashi;Emil A. Hernandez-Pagan.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)

851 Citations

Light-driven production of ATP catalysed by F0F1-ATP synthase in an artificial photosynthetic membrane

Gali Steinberg-Yfrach;Jean Louis Rigaud;Edgardo N. Durantini;Ana L. Moore.
Nature (1998)

541 Citations

CCR2-Mediated Recruitment of Fibrocytes to the Alveolar Space after Fibrotic Injury

Bethany B. Moore;Jill E. Kolodsick;Victor J. Thannickal;Kenneth Cooke.
American Journal of Pathology (2005)

506 Citations

Redesigning photosynthesis to sustainably meet global food and bioenergy demand

Donald R. Ort;Donald R. Ort;Sabeeha S. Merchant;Jean Alric;Alice Barkan.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2015)

457 Citations

Conversion of light energy to proton potential in liposomes by artificial photosynthetic reaction centres

Gali Steinberg-Yfrach;Paul A. Liddell;Su Chun Hung;Ana L. Moore.
Nature (1997)

452 Citations

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