The section’s activities encompass a wide range of projects in organic and inorganic chemistry which are based around the syntheses of new compounds and study of their properties and applications.
Specific examples include:
- homogeneous and polymer supported catalysis with transition-metal complexes;
- reactivity and reaction mechanisms of organometallic complexes;
- new organic synthetic pathways using transition metal complexes;
- asymmetric synthetic methodology and asymmetric catalysis;
- cycloaddition reactions in syntheses;
- syntheses of unnatural amino acids;
- photo- and electro-chemically active metal complexes and materials;
- synthesis and application of high-energy compounds;
- interaction of metal complexes with DNA;
- transition-metal based coordination and supramolecular chemistry;
- self-assembly and crystal engineering;
- modelling intermolecular interactions in transition metal compounds.
Members of the Synthesis Cluster.
If you have any questions or enquiries regarding Synthesis and Catalysis in Sheffield, or would like to find out more about us, please contact any of the above or e-mail to: Professor Richard Jackson