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Thaer Al-Rammahi
Professor Richard Henderson
Binding Small Molecules and Ions to [Fe4S4Cl4]2- Modulates Rate of Protonation of the Cluster2016
Thaer Al-Rammahi
Professor Richard Henderson
Binding small molecules and ions to [Fe4S4Cl4]2- modulates rate of protonation of the cluster2016
Thaer Al-Rammahi
Professor Richard Henderson
Exploring the acid-catalyzed substitution mechanism of [Fe4S4Cl4]2-2016
Thaer Al-Rammahi
Professor Richard Henderson
Exploring the Acid-Catalyzed Substitution Mechanism of [Fe4S4Cl4]2-2016
Professor Richard Henderson
Synthesis, structure, magnetic properties and kinetics of formation of a cluster containing a {Cu33-OH)} core supported by a triazole-based ligand2016
Thaer Al-Rammahi
Dr Paul Waddell
Professor Richard Henderson
X-ray crystal structures of [NHR3]2[Fe4S4X4] (X = PhS, R = Et or n Bu; X = Cl, R = n Bu): implications for sites of protonation in Fe-S clusters2016
Professor Richard Henderson
Insights into Controlling the Rates of Proton Transfer2015
Ahmed Alwaaly
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
Dr Ross Harrington
Professor Athinoula Petrou
Professor Richard Henderson
et al.
Mechanism of proton transfer to coordinated thiolates: encapsulation of acid stabilizes precursor intermediate2015
Dr Ahmed Alwaaly
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
Professor Richard Henderson
Dr Mike Probert
Dr Paul Waddell
et al.
Mechanisms and rates of proton transfer to coordinated carboxydithioates: studies on [Ni(S2CR){PhP(CH2CH2PPh2)2}]+ (R = Me, Et, Bun or Ph)2015
Ahmed Alwaaly
Professor Richard Henderson
Slow Proton transfer to Coordinated Carboxylates: Studies on [Ni(O2CR){PhP(CH2CH2PPh2)2}]+ (R = Et or Ph)2015
Ahmed Alwaaly
Professor Richard Henderson
Slow proton transfer to coordinated carboxylates: studies on [Ni(O2CR){PhP(CH2CH2PPh2)2}](+) (R = Et or Ph)2015
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
Dr Ross Harrington
Professor Richard Henderson
Dr Corinne Wills
Binding multidentate ligands to Ni2+: kinetic identification of preferential binding sites2014
Professor Richard Henderson
Large structural changes upon protonation of Fe4S4 clusters: the consequences for reactivity2014
Professor Richard Henderson
Sterics level the rates of proton transfer to [Ni(XPh){PhP(CH2CH2PPh2)(2)}]+ (X = O, S or Se)2014
Ahmed Alwaaly
Professor Richard Henderson
Unexpected explanation for the enigmatic acid-catalysed reactivity of [Fe4S4X4]2- clusters2014
Professor Richard Henderson
Acids and Bases: Solvent Effects on Acid-Base Strength2013
Gaurav Bhaduri
Professor Richard Henderson
Professor Lidija Siller
Reply to the 'Comment on "Nickel nanoparticles catalyse reversible hydration of carbon dioxide for mineralization carbon capture and storage"' by D. Britt, Catal. Sci. Technol., 2013, 3, DOI: 10.1039/C3CY00142C2013
Professor Richard Henderson
Rates of protonation of thiolate and sulfide ligands in mononuclear complexes and Fe-S-based clusters: implications for metalloenzymes2012
Professor Richard Henderson
Book Review: Metal-Carbon Bonds in Enzymes and Cofactors2011
Professor Athinoula Petrou
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
Dr Ross Harrington
Professor Richard Henderson
Kinetic and Theoretical Studies on the Protonation of [Ni(2-SC6H4N){PhP(CH2CH2PPh2)2}]+: Nitrogen versus Sulfur as the Protonation Site2011
Adrain John Dunford
Professor Richard Henderson
Kinetics and mechanism of the acid-catalyzed substitution reactions of [Fe6S9(SEt)(2)]4-2010
Brendan Garrett
Professor Richard Henderson
Protonation and substitution reactions of [{WFe3S4Cl3}2(μ-L)3]3- (L = SEt or OMe): quantifying how metal content and spectator ligands individually affect reactivity2010
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
Dr Ross Harrington
Professor Richard Henderson
Synthetic, structural and kinetic studies on the binding of cyclohexane-1,2-bis(4-methyl-3-thiosemicarbazone) to divalent metal ions (Co, Ni, Cu, Zn or Cd)2009
Katie Bates
Professor Richard Henderson
Binding Nucleophiles to [Fe4Y4Cl4]2- (Y = S or Se) can Increase or Suppress the Rate of Proton Transfer to the Cluster2008
Katie Bates
Professor Richard Henderson
Involvement of thiolate ligands in binding substrates to Fe-S clusters2008
Dr Valerie Autissier
Professor Richard Henderson
Mechanism of Single Metal Exchange in the Reactions of [M4(SPh)10]2- (M = Zn or Fe) with CoX2 (X = Cl or NO3) or FeCl22008
Brendan Garrett
Professor Richard Henderson
Direct studies on 5-coordinate intermediates formed during substitution at tetrahedral Fe sites: Role of bound nucleophile in labilisation of leaving group2007
Katie Bates
Brendan Garrett
Professor Richard Henderson
Rates of proton transfer to Fe-S-based clusters: Comparison of clusters containing {MFe(μ2-S)2}n+ and {MFe 3(μ3-S)4}n+ (M = Fe, Mo, or W) cores2007
Ping Lin
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
Dr Ross Harrington
Professor Richard Henderson
Dr Ashleigh Fletcher
et al.
Assembly of heterometallic clusters and coordination polymers by combining Mo-S-based clusters with Mn2+2006
Professor Richard Henderson
Kinetics of the reactions between [(RS)2Fe(μ-S)2M(μ-S)2Fe(SR)2]n- (M = Mo, R = Ph, n= 2; M = V, R = Et, n = 3) and [Fe(SR)4]2-: Key steps in the assembly of cuboidal Fe - S-based clusters2006
Katie Bates
Lee Johnson
Professor Richard Henderson
Mechanism of the reactions of synthetic Fe-S-based clusters with PhCOCl: Parallel pathways involving free and coordinated thiolate as nucleophiles2006
Professor Richard Henderson
An individual measure of relative survival2005
Brendan Garrett
Professor Richard Henderson
Kinetics and mechanism of the reactions of [FeCl4]- with PhS or PhSH in MeCN, and the role of cations containing N-H groups2005
Professor Richard Henderson
Kinetics of the reactions between [S2MoS2CuSC 6H4R-4]2- (R = MeO, H, Cl or NO2) and CN-: Substitution mechanism at a 3-coordinate Cui site2005
Professor Richard Henderson
Mechanistic studies on synthetic Fe-S-Based clusters and their relevance to the action of nitrogenases2005
Professor Richard Henderson
Proton transfer to synthetic Fe-S-based clusters2005
Ping Lin
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
Dr Ross Harrington
Professor Richard Henderson
Synthesis and characterization of a Mo/Ag/Rb heterotrimetallic cluster with double-cage architecture2005
Dr Valerie Autissier
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
Dr Ross Harrington
Professor Richard Henderson
Synthesis of [Ni(η2-CH2C6H 4R-4){PPh(CH2CH2PPh2) 2}]+ (R = H, Me or MeO) and protonation reactions with HCl2005
Ping Lin
Professor Richard Henderson
Dr Ross Harrington
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
New 1- and 2-Dimensional Polymeric Structures of Cyanopyridine Complexes of Ag1 and Cu12004
Dr Valerie Autissier
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
Dr Ross Harrington
Professor Richard Henderson
Proton Transfer to Nickel-Thiolate Complexes. 1. Protonation of [Ni(SC 6H4R-4)2(Ph2PCH2CH 2PPh2)] (R = Me, MeO, H, Cl, or NO2)2004
Dr Valerie Autissier
Professor Athinoula Petrou
Professor Richard Henderson
Dr Ross Harrington
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
et al.
Proton Transfer to Nickel-Thiolate Complexes. 2. Rate-Limiting Intramolecular Proton Transfer in the Reactions of [Ni(SC6H 4R-4)(PhP{CH2CH2PPh2} 2)]+ (R = NO2, Cl, H, Me, or MeO)2004
Adrain John Dunford
Professor Richard Henderson
Binding sites of nitrogenase: Kinetic and theoretical studies of cyanide binding to extracted FeMo-cofactor derivatives2003
Adrain John Dunford
Professor Richard Henderson
Kinetic and theoretical studies of cyanide binding to the extracted FeMo-cofactor, of nitrogenase2003
Dr Jon Bell
Adrain John Dunford
Professor Richard Henderson
The role of Mo atoms in nitrogen fixation: Balancing substrate reduction and dihydrogen production2003
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
Professor Richard Henderson
Kinetic evidence for intramolecular proton transfer between nickel and coordinated thiolate2002
Professor Richard Henderson
Kinetic studies on the reactions of HCl with trans-[MoL(CNPh)(Ph2PCH2CH2PPh2) 2] (L=N2, H2 or CO)2002
Adrain John Dunford
Professor Richard Henderson
Ligand movement modulates the rate of proton transfer in reactions of [Fe4S4Cl4](2-)2002
Professor Richard Henderson
Mechanistic studies on the reactions of PhS- or [MoS4]2- with [M4(SPh)10]2- (M = Fe or Co)2002
Professor Richard Henderson
Protonation mechanisms of nickel complexes relevant to industrial and biological catalysis2002
Adrain John Dunford
Professor Richard Henderson
Substitution reactions of [Fe4S4Cl4]2- with ButNC or Et2NCS2-: Trapping intermediates and detecting new pathways2002
Adrain John Dunford
Professor Richard Henderson
The rates of binding protons and substrates to [Fe4S4Cl4](2-)2002
Dr Alistair Henderson
Esra Mutlu
Dr Christine Bleasdale
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
Professor Richard Henderson
et al.
Trapping of benzene oxide-oxepin and methyl-substituted derivatives with 4-phenyl- and 4-pentafluorophenyl-1,2,4-triazoline-3,5-dione2002
Emeritus Professor Bill Clegg
Professor Richard Henderson
Basicities of nickel and allyl in [Ni(η3-C3H5)(PhP(CH2 CH2PPh2)2]+ and comparison of the effects of allyl and methyl on the basicity of nickel2001
Professor Richard Henderson
Proton affinity of [Fe4S4{SCH2CH(OH)Me}4] 2- in methanol: Relevance to hydrogen bonding of Fe-S clusters in proteins2001
Dr Valerie Autissier
Professor Richard Henderson
Differential electronic effects and the selective protonation of mutually trans ligands2000
Professor Richard Henderson
Enforced slow protonation of [Fe4 S4 Cl4 ] 2- and the maximum rate of protonation of the cluster coreparpard1999
Professor Richard Henderson
New insights into the mechanism of methane formation in the protonation of methyl complexes1999