Dr Mark R. Crimmin received his PhD. from Imperial College London in 2008. In the same year, he was awarded a Royal Commission for the Exhibition of 1851 research fellowship which he took to UC Berkeley. In 2011, he returned to London as a University Research Fellow of the Royal Society. Initially at UCL he is now back at Imperial. His current research interests are centered around developing new organometallic catalysts for the activation of small molecules with a specific interest in compounds of the rare-earth and main group elements.
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Crimmin MR, Addition of Carbon-Fluorine Bonds to a Mg(I)-Mg(I) Bond: An Equivalent of Grignard Formation in Solution, Journal of the American Ceramic Society, ISSN:1551-2916
Hicken A, White AJP, Crimmin MR, Selective Reduction of CO 2 to a Formate Equivalent with Heterobimetallic Gold- - -Copper Hydride Complexes, Angewandte Chemie, ISSN:0044-8249
et al., 2018, Room temperature catalytic carbon-hydrogen bond alumination of unactivated arenes: mechanism and selectivity, Chemical Science, Vol:9, ISSN:2041-6520, Pages:5435-5440
Bakewell C, White AJP, Crimmin MR, 2018, Reactions of Fluoroalkenes with an Aluminium(I) Complex., Angew Chem Int Ed Engl, Vol:57, Pages:6638-6642
Hicken A, White AJP, Crimmin MR, 2018, Preparation and characterisation of heterobimetallic copper-tungsten hydride complexes., Dalton Trans