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Wilton-Ely J, 2006, Dinuclear ruthenium and osmium compounds with metal-metal bonds, Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry III, Editor(s): Crabtree, Mingos, Elsevier, Pages:647-716, ISBN:978-0080445908


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  • Journal article
    de la Torre C, Toscani A, Marin-Hernandez C, Robson J, Terencio M, White A, Alcaraz M, Wilton-Ely JD, Martinez-Manez R, Sancenon Fet al., 2017,

    Ex vivo tracking of endogenous CO with a ruthenium(II) complex

    , Journal of the American Chemical Society, Vol: 139, Pages: 18484-18487, ISSN: 1520-5126

    A two-photon fluorescent probe based on a ruthenium(II) vinyl complex is capable of selectively detecting carbon monoxide in cells and ex vivo using mice with a subcutaneous air pouch as a model for inflammation. This probe combines highly selective and sensitive ex vivo detection of endogenous CO in a realistic model with facile, inexpensive synthesis, and displays many advantages over the widely used palladium-based systems.

  • Journal article
    Wilton-Ely JD, white A, Jantan K, Chan K, Kwok C, Serpe A, Marchio L, Deplano Pet al., 2017,

    From recovered metal waste to high-performance palladium catalysts

    , Green Chemistry, Vol: 19, Pages: 5846-5853, ISSN: 1463-9262

    The catalytic activity of a series of neutral and cationic, homo- and heteroleptic, mono- and bimetallic palladium(II) compounds based on dithiocarbamate and dithiooxamide S,S-donor ligands is described. High activity was observed in the regio- and chemo-selective C–H functionalization of benzo[h]quinoline to 10-alkoxybenzo[h]quinoline and 8-methylquinoline to 8-(methoxymethyl)quinoline in the presence of the oxidant PhI(OAc)2. The best performance was found for [Pd(Me2dazdt)2]I6 (Me2dazdt = N,N′-dimethyl-perhydrodiazepine-2,3-dithione), [PdI2(Me2dazdt)] and [Pd(Cy2DTO)2]I8 (Cy2DTO = N,N′-dicyclohexyl-dithiooxamide) which are all obtained directly as products of sustainable Pd-metal leaching processes used to recover palladium from scrap metal. These compounds provided almost quantitative yields under milder conditions (50 °C, 1–3 mol% Pd loading) and much shorter reaction times (1–3 h) than reported previously. These results illustrate how the complexes obtained from the selective and sustainable recovery of Pd from automotive heterogeneous Three Way Catalysts (TWC) can be employed directly in homogeneous catalysis, avoiding further metal recovery steps and valorising the metal complex itself in a ‘circular economy’ model.

  • Journal article
    Rasekh M, Ahmad Z, Cross R, Hernandez-Gil J, Wilton-Ely JDET, Miller PWet al., 2017,

    Facile Preparation of Drug-Loaded Tristearin Encapsulated Superparamagnetic Iron Oxide Nanoparticles Using Coaxial Electrospray Processing

    , MOLECULAR PHARMACEUTICS, Vol: 14, Pages: 2010-2023, ISSN: 1543-8384

    Naturally occurring polymers are promising biocompatible materials that have many applications for emerging therapies, drug delivery systems, and diagnostic agents. The handling and processing of such materials still constitutes a major challenge, which can limit the full exploitation of their properties. This study explores an ambient environment processing technique: coaxial electrospray (CO-ES) to encapsulate genistein (an isoflavonoid and model drug), superparamagnetic iron oxide nanoparticles (SPIONs, 10–15 nm), and a fluorophore (BODIPY) into a layered (triglyceride tristearin shell) particulate system, with a view to constructing a theranostic agent. Mode mapping of CO-ES led to an optimized atomization engineering window for stable jetting, leading to encapsulation of SPIONs within particles of diameter 0.65–1.2 μm and drug encapsulation efficiencies of around 92%. Electron microscopy was used to image the encapsulated SPIONs and confirm core–shell triglyceride encapsulation in addition to further physicochemical characterization (AFM, FTIR, DSC, and TGA). Cell viability assays (MTT, HeLa cells) were used to determine optimal SPION loaded particles (∼1 mg/mL), while in vitro release profile experiments (PBS, pH = 7.4) demonstrate a triphasic release profile. Further cell studies confirmed cell uptake and internalization at selected time points (t = 1, 2, and 4 h). The results suggest potential for using the CO-ES technique as an efficient way to encapsulate SPIONs together with sensitive drugs for the development of multimodal particles that have potential application for combined imaging and therapy.

  • Journal article
    Robson JA, Gonzàlez de Rivera F, Jantan KA, Wenzel MN, White AJ, Rossell O, Wilton-Ely JDet al., 2016,

    Bifunctional chalcogen linkers for the stepwise generation of multimetallic assemblies and functionalized nanoparticles

    , Inorganic Chemistry, Vol: 55, Pages: 12982-12996, ISSN: 1520-510X

    The disulfide ligand (SC6H4CO2H-4)2 acts as a simple but versatile linker for a range of group 8 transition metals through reaction of the oxygen donors. This leads to a range of homobimetallic ruthenium and osmium alkenyl compounds, [{M(CH═CHR)(CO)(PPh3)2(O2CC6H4S-4)}2] (M = Ru, Os; R = C6H4Me-4). Additional metal-based functionality can be added through the use of precursors incorporating rhenium bipyridine units (R = (bpy)ReCl(CO)3). The more robust diphosphine ligands in [{Ru(dppm)2(O2CC6H4S-4)}2](2+) (dppm = diphenylphosphinomethane) allow reduction of the disulfide bond with sodium borohydride to yield the thiol complex [Ru(O2CC6H4SH-4)(dppm)2](+). This complex reacts with [AuCl(PPh3)] to afford the bimetallic compound [Ru(dppm)2(O2CC6H4S-4)Au(PPh3)](+). However, an improved route to the same and related heterobimetallic compounds is provided by the reaction of cis-[RuCl2(dppm)2] with [Au(SC6H4CO2H-4)(L)] (L = PPh3, PCy3, PMe3, IDip) in the presence of base and NH4PF6 (IDip = 1,3-bis(2,6-diisopropylphenyl)imidazol-2-ylidene). The heterotrimetallic compound [Au(SC6H4CO2Ru(dppm)2)2](+) is accessible through the reaction of the homoleptic gold(I) dithiolate [Au(SC6H4CO2H-4)2]PPN (PPN = bis(triphenylphosphine)iminium) with cis-[RuCl2(dppm)2]. Without departure from the same methodology, greater complexity can be incorporated into the system to provide the penta- and heptametallic assemblies [(dppf){AuSC6H4CO2Ru(dppm)2}2](2+) and [(dppf){AuSC6H4CO2Os(CH═CH-bpyReCl(CO)3)(CO)(PPh3)2}2]. The same stepwise approach provides the dinuclear organometallic complexes [(L)Au(SC6H4CO2-4)M(CH═CHC6H4Me-4)(CO)(PPh3)2] (M = Ru, Os; L = PPh3, IDip). Complexes containing three metals from different groups of the periodic table [(L)Au(SC6H4CO2-4)M{CH═CH-bpyReCl(CO)3}(CO)(PPh3)2] (M = Ru, Os) can also be prepared, with one ruthenium example (L = PPh3) being structurally characterized. In order to illustrate the versatility of this approach, the synthesis and characterization (IR and

  • Journal article
    Toscani A, Jantan KA, Hena JB, Robson JA, Parmenter EJ, Fiorini V, White AJ, Stagni S, Wilton-Ely JDet al., 2016,

    The stepwise generation of multimetallic complexes based on a vinylbipyridine linkage and their photophysical properties

    , Dalton Transactions, Vol: 46, Pages: 5558-5570, ISSN: 1477-9226

    The versatile rhenium complex [ReCl(CO)3(bpyC[triple bond, length as m-dash]CH)] (HC[triple bond, length as m-dash]Cbpy = 5-ethynyl-2,2'-bipyridine) is used to generate a series of bimetallic complexes through the hydrometallation of [MHCl(CO)(BTD)(PPh3)2] (M = Ru, Os; BTD = 2,1,3-benzothiadiazole). The ruthenium complex [Ru{CH[double bond, length as m-dash]CH-bpyReCl(CO)3}Cl(BTD)(CO)(PPh3)2] was characterised structurally. Ligand exchange reactions with bifunctional linkers bearing oxygen and sulfur donors provide access to tetra- and pentametallic complexes such as [{M{CH[double bond, length as m-dash]CH-bpyReCl(CO)3}(CO)(PPh3)2}2(S2CNC4H8NCS2)] and Fe[C5H4CO2M{CH[double bond, length as m-dash]CH-bpyReCl(CO)3}(CO)(PPh3)2]2. The effect of the group 8 metal on the photophysical properties of the rhenium centre was investigated using the complexes [Ru{CH[double bond, length as m-dash]CH-bpyReCl(CO)3}Cl(BTD)(CO)(PPh3)2] and [M{CH[double bond, length as m-dash]CH-bpyReCl(CO)3}{S2P(OEt)2}(CO)(PPh3)2] (M = Ru, Os). This revealed the quenching of the rhenium-based emission in favour of weak radiative processes based on the Ru and Os centres. The potential for exploiting this effect is illustrated by the reaction of [Ru{CH[double bond, length as m-dash]CH-bpyReCl(CO)3}Cl(CO)(BTD)(PPh3)2] with carbon monoxide, which results in a 5-fold fluorescence enhancement in the dicarbonyl product, [Ru{CH[double bond, length as m-dash]CH-bpyReCl(CO)3}Cl(CO)2(PPh3)2], as the quenching effect is disrupted.

  • Journal article
    Eminov S, Filippousi P, Brandt A, Wilton-Ely J, Hallett Jet al., 2016,

    Direct catalytic conversion of cellulose to 5-hydroxymethylfurfural using ionic liquids

    , Inorganics, Vol: 4, ISSN: 2304-6740

    Cellulose is the single largest component of lignocellulosic biomass and is an attractive feedstock for a wide variety of renewable platform chemicals and biofuels, providing an alternative to petrochemicals and petrofuels. This potential is currently limited by the existing methods of transforming this poorly soluble polymer into useful chemical building blocks, such as 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF). Ionic liquids have been used successfully to separate cellulose from the other components of lignocellulosic biomass and so the use of the same medium for the challenging transformation of cellulose into HMF would be highly attractive for the development of the biorefinery concept. In this report, ionic liquids based on 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium cations [C4C1im]+ with Lewis basic (X = Cl−) and Brønsted acidic (X = HSO4−) anions were used to investigate the direct catalytic transformation of cellulose to HMF. Variables probed included the composition of the ionic liquid medium, the metal catalyst, and the reaction conditions (temperature, substrate concentration). Lowering the cellulose loading and optimising the temperature achieved a 58% HMF yield after only one hour at 150 °C using a 7 mol % loading of the CrCl3 catalyst. This compares favourably with current literature procedures requiring much longer reactions times or approaches that are difficult to scale such as microwave irradiation.

  • Journal article
    Eminov S, Brandt A, Wilton-Ely JD, Hallett JPet al., 2016,

    The Highly Selective and Near-Quantitative Conversion of Glucose to 5-Hydroxymethylfurfural Using Ionic Liquids

    , PLOS One, Vol: 11, ISSN: 1932-6203

    A number of ionic liquids have been shown to be excellent solvents for lignocellulosic biomass processing, and some of these are particularly effective in the production of the versatile chemical building block 5-hydroxymethylfurfural (HMF). In this study, the production of HMF from the simple sugar glucose in ionic liquid media is discussed. Several aspects of the selective catalytic formation of HMF from glucose have been elucidated using metal halide salts in two distinct ionic liquids, 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium chloride and 1-butyl-3-methylimidazolium hydrogen sulfate as well as mixtures of these, revealing key features for accelerating the desired reaction and suppressing byproduct formation. The choice of ionic liquid anion is revealed to be of particular importance, with low HMF yields in the case of hydrogen sulfate-based salts, which are reported to be effective for HMF production from fructose. The most successful system investigated in this study led to almost quantitative conversion of glucose to HMF (90% in only 30 minutes using 7 mol% catalyst loading at 120°C) in a system which is selective for the desired product, has low energy intensity and is environmentally benign.

  • Journal article
    Collinson J-M, Wilton-Ely JDET, Diez-Gonzalez S, 2016,

    Functionalised [(NHC)Pd(allyl)Cl] complexes: Synthesis, immobilisation and application in cross-coupling and dehalogenation reactions

    , Catalysis Communications, Vol: 87, Pages: 78-81, ISSN: 1566-7367

    A novel NHC–palladium(II) (NHC = N-heterocyclic carbene) complex and itsimmobilised version have been prepared and fully characterised. Optimisation studies led to goodcatalytic activities in Suzuki-Miyaura cross coupling and chloroarene dehalogenation reactions.Furthermore, the unexpected palladium-mediated transfer hydrogenation of a carbonyl compound isreported.

  • Journal article
    Wilton-Ely JD, Toscani A, Marin-Hernandez C, Sancenon F, Martinez-Manez Ret al., 2016,

    Chromo-fluorogenic probes for carbon monoxide detection

    , Chemical Communications, Vol: 52, Pages: 5902-5911, ISSN: 1364-548X

    The sensing of carbon monoxide (CO) using electrochemical cells or semiconducting metal oxides has led to inexpensive alarms for the home and workplace. It is now recognised that chronic exposure to low levels of CO also poses a significant health risk. It is perhaps surprising therefore that the CO is used in cell-signalling pathways and plays a growing role in therapy. However, the selective monitoring of low levels of CO remains challenging, and it is this area that has benefited from the development of probes which give a colour or fluorescence response. This feature article covers the design of chromo-fluorogenic probes and their application to CO sensing in air, solution and in cells.

  • Journal article
    Wilton-Ely JD, Toscani A, Brown N, Dingwall P, White A, Marin-Hernandez C, Moragues M, Sancenon F, Martinez-Manez Ret al., 2015,

    Ruthenium(II) and Osmium(II) vinyl complexes as highly sensitive and selective chromogenic and fluorogenic probes for the sensing of carbon monoxide in air

    , Chemistry - A European Journal, Vol: 21, Pages: 14529-14538, ISSN: 0947-6539

    The detection of carbon monoxide in solution and air has been achieved using simple, inexpensive systems based on the vinyl complexes [M(CH[DOUBLE BOND]CHR)Cl(CO)(BTD)(PPh3)2] (R=aryl, BTD=2,1,3-benzothiadiazole). Depending on the nature of the vinyl group, chromogenic and fluorogenic responses signalled the presence of this odourless, tasteless, invisible, and toxic gas. Solutions of the complexes in CHCl3 underwent rapid change between easily differentiated colours when exposed to air samples containing CO. More significantly, the adsorption of the complexes on silica produced colorimetric probes for the naked-eye detection of CO in the gas phase. Structural data for key species before and after the addition of CO were obtained by means of single X-ray diffraction studies. In all cases, the ruthenium and osmium vinyl complexes studied showed a highly selective response to CO with exceptionally low detection limits. Naked-eye detection of CO at concentrations as low as 5 ppb in air was achieved with the onset of toxic levels (i.e., 100 ppm), thus resulting in a remarkably clear colour change. Moreover, complexes bearing pyrenyl, naphthyl, and phenanthrenyl moieties were fluorescent, and greater sensitivities were achieved (through turn-on emission fluorescence) in the presence of CO both in solution and air. This behaviour was explored computationally using time-dependent density functional theory (TDDFT) experiments. In addition, the systems were shown to be selective for CO over all other gases tested, including water vapour and common organic solvents. Supporting the metal complexes on cellulose strips for use in an existing optoelectronic device allows numerical readings for the CO concentration to be obtained and provision of an alarm system.

  • Journal article
    Sherwood R, Gonzàlez de Rivera F, Wan JH, Zhang Q, White AJ, Rossell O, Hogarth G, Wilton-Ely JDet al., 2015,

    Multimetallic complexes based on a diphosphine-dithiocarbamate "janus" ligand.

    , Inorganic Chemistry, Vol: 54, Pages: 4222-4230, ISSN: 1520-510X

    The HCl salt of the aminodiphosphine ligand HN(CH2CH2PPh2)2 reacts with [M(CO)4(pip)2] (M = Mo, W; pip = piperidine) to yield [M{κ(2)-HN(CH2CH2PPh2)2}(CO)4]. The molybdenum analogue readily loses a carbonyl ligand to form [Mo{κ(3)-HN(CH2CH2PPh2)2}(CO)3], which was structurally characterized. The same ligand backbone is used to form the new bifunctional ligand, KS2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2, which reacts with nickel and cobalt precursors to yield [Ni{S2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2}2] and [Co{S2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2}3]. Addition of [AuCl(tht)] (tht = tetrahydrothiophene) to [Ni{S2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2}2] leads to formation of the pentametallic complex, [Ni{S2CN(CH2CH2PPh2AuCl)2}2]. In contrast, addition of [PdCl2(py)2] (py = pyridine) to [Ni{S2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2}2] does not lead to a trimetallic complex but instead yields the transmetalated cyclic compound [Pd{S2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2}]2, which was structurally characterized. The same product is obtained directly from [PdCl2(py)2] and KS2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2. In contrast, the same reaction with [PtCl2(NCPh)2] yields the oligomer, [Pt{S2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2}]n. Reaction of KS2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2 with cis-[RuCl2(dppm)2] provides [Ru{S2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2}(dppm)2](+), which reacts with [AuCl(tht)] to yield [Ru{S2CN(CH2CH2PPh2AuCl)2}(dppm)2](+). Addition of [M(CO)4(pip)2] (M = Mo, W) to the same precursor leads to formation of the bimetallic compounds [(dppm)2Ru{S2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2}M(CO)4](+), while treatment with [ReCl(CO)5] yields [(dppm)2Ru{S2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2}ReCl(CO)3](+). Reaction of KS2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2 with [Os(CH═CHC6H4Me-4)Cl(CO)(BTD)(PPh3)2] (BTD = 2,1,3-benzothiadiazole) provides [Os(CH═CHC6H4Me-4){S2CN(CH2CH2PPh2)2}(CO)(PPh3)2], but reaction with the analogous ruthenium precursor fails to yield a clean product.

  • Journal article
    Toscani A, Helioevaara EK, Hena JB, White AJP, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2015,

    Multimetallic Alkenyl Complexes Bearing Macrocyclic Dithiocarbamate Ligands

    , Organometallics, Vol: 34, Pages: 494-505, ISSN: 1520-6041
  • Journal article
    Hurtubise VL, McArdle JM, Naeem S, Toscani A, White AJP, Long NJ, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2014,

    Multimetallic Complexes and Functionalized Nanoparticles Based on Unsymmetrical Dithiocarbamate Ligands with Allyl and Propargyl Functionality

    , INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, Vol: 53, Pages: 11740-11748, ISSN: 0020-1669
  • Journal article
    Moragues ME, Toscani A, Sancenon F, Martinez-Manez R, White AJP, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2014,

    A Chromo-Fluorogenic Synthetic "Canary" for CO Detection Based on a Pyrenylvinyl Ruthenium(II) Complex

    , JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, Vol: 136, Pages: 11930-11933, ISSN: 0002-7863
  • Journal article
    Cecchini MP, Turek VA, Demetriadou A, Britovsek G, Welton T, Kornyshev AA, Wilton-Ely JDET, Edel JBet al., 2014,

    Heavy Metal Sensing Using Self-Assembled Nanoparticles at a Liquid–Liquid Interface

    , Advanced Optical Materials
  • Journal article
    Lin YH, Duclaux L, de Rivera FG, Thompson AL, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2014,

    The Pentynoate Ligand as a Building Block for Multimetallic Systems

    , EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, Vol: 2014, Pages: 2065-2072, ISSN: 1434-1948
  • Journal article
    Naeem S, Serapian SA, Toscani A, White AJP, Hogarth G, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2014,

    Ring-Closing Metathesis and Nanoparticle Formation Based on Diallyldithiocarbamate Complexes of Gold(I): Synthetic, Structural, and Computational Studies

    , INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, Vol: 53, Pages: 2404-2416, ISSN: 0020-1669
  • Journal article
    Sung S, Holmes H, Wainwright L, Toscani A, Stasiuk GJ, White AJP, Bell JD, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2014,

    Multimetallic Complexes and Functionalized Gold Nanoparticles Based on a Combination of d- and f-Elements

    , INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, Vol: 53, Pages: 1989-2005, ISSN: 0020-1669
  • Journal article
    Eminov S, Wilton-Ely JDET, Hallett JP, 2014,

    Highly selective and near-quantitative conversion of fructose to 5-hydroxymethylfurfural using mildly acidic ionic liquids

    , ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering, Vol: 2, Pages: 978-981, ISSN: 2168-0485
  • Journal article
    Naeem S, Ribes A, White AJP, Haque MN, Holt KB, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2013,

    Multimetallic Complexes and Functionalized Nanoparticles Based on Oxygen- and Nitrogen-Donor Combinations

    , INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, Vol: 52, Pages: 4700-4713, ISSN: 0020-1669
  • Journal article
    Collinson J-M, Wilton-Ely JDET, Diez-Gonzalez S, 2013,

    Reusable and highly active supported copper(I)-NHC catalysts for Click chemistry

    , CHEMICAL COMMUNICATIONS, Vol: 49, Pages: 11358-11360, ISSN: 1359-7345
  • Journal article
    Patel P, Naeem S, White AJP, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2012,

    Synthesis and reactivity of dialkyldithiophosphate complexes of ruthenium(II)

    , RSC ADVANCES, Vol: 2, Pages: 999-1008, ISSN: 2046-2069
  • Journal article
    Champion MJD, Solanki R, Delaude L, White AJP, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2012,

    Synthesis and catalytic application of palladium imidazol(in)ium-2-dithiocarboxylate complexes

    , DALTON TRANSACTIONS, Vol: 41, Pages: 12386-12394, ISSN: 1477-9226
  • Journal article
    Naeem S, White AJP, Hogarth G, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2011,

    Multifunctional Dithiocarbamates: Synthesis and Ring-Closing Metathesis of Diallyldithiocarbamate Complexes (vol 29, pg 2547, 2010)

    , ORGANOMETALLICS, Vol: 30, Pages: 2068-2069, ISSN: 0276-7333
  • Journal article
    Chia EY, Naeem S, Delaude L, White AJP, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2011,

    Gold(I) complexes bearing mixed-donor ligands derived from N-heterocyclic carbenes

    , DALTON TRANSACTIONS, Vol: 40, Pages: 6645-6658, ISSN: 1477-9226
  • Journal article
    Oliver K, White AJP, Hogarth G, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2011,

    Multimetallic complexes of group 10 and 11 metals based on polydentate dithiocarbamate ligands

    , DALTON TRANSACTIONS, Vol: 40, Pages: 5852-5864, ISSN: 1477-9226
  • Journal article
    Naeem S, Thompson AL, White AJP, Delaude L, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2011,

    Dithiocarboxylate complexes of ruthenium(II) and osmium(II)

    , DALTON TRANSACTIONS, Vol: 40, Pages: 3737-3747, ISSN: 1477-9226
  • Journal article
    Anastasiadis C, Hogarth G, Wilton-Ely JDET, 2010,

    Functionalised dithiocarbamate complexes: Complexes based on indoline, indole and substituted piperazine backbones - X-ray crystal structure of [Ni(S2CNC3H6C6H4)(2)]

    , INORGANICA CHIMICA ACTA, Vol: 363, Pages: 3222-3228, ISSN: 0020-1693
  • Journal article
    Naeem S, White AJP, Hogarth G, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2010,

    Multifunctional Dithiocarbamates: Synthesis and Ring-Closing Metathesis of Diallyldithiocarbamate Complexes

    , ORGANOMETALLICS, Vol: 29, Pages: 2547-2556, ISSN: 0276-7333
  • Journal article
    Naeem S, Delaude L, White AJP, Wilton-Ely JDETet al., 2010,

    The Use of Imidazolium-2-dithiocarboxylates in the Formation of Gold(l) Complexes and Gold Nanoparticles

    , INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, Vol: 49, Pages: 1784-1793, ISSN: 0020-1669

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