The research presented within this thesis is concerned with the design, synthesis, characterisation, and analysis of a series of new compounds of platinum (II), with aims to produce compounds possessing switchable optical properties, and with potential applications as "smart-materials" for use as highly selective sensors.
|Date of Award||5 Feb 2016|
|Supervisor||Paul Raithby (Supervisor) & Michael Whittlesey (Supervisor)|
- Inorganic Chemistry
- Materials science
Platinum Pincer Complexes: In Pursuit of Switchable Materials
Bryant, M. (Author). 5 Feb 2016
Student thesis: Doctoral Thesis › PhD