Research Papers

Lancaster

“Rapidly Accessible “Click” Rotaxanes Utilizing a Single Amide Hydrogen Bond Templating Motif”
B. E. Fletcher, M. J. G. Peach and N. H. Evans
Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 2017, 15, 2797-2803

“The Synthesis of a Pyridine-N-Oxide Isophthalamide Rotaxane Utilizing Supplementary Amide Hydrogen Bond Interactions”
N. H. Evans, C. E. Gell and M. J. G. Peach
Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 2016, 14, 7972-7981

“The Rapid Synthesis and Dynamic Behaviour of an Isophthalamide [2]Catenane”
C. N. Marrs and N. H. Evans
Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 2015, 13, 11021-11025

Durham

“Utility of Tris(4-bromopyridyl) Europium Complexes as Versatile Intermediates in the Divergent Synthesis of Emissive Chiral Probes”
S. J. Butler, M. Delbianco, N. H. Evans, A. T. Frawley, R. Pal, D. Parker, R. S. Puckrin and D. S. Yufit
Dalton Transactions, 2014, 43, 5721-5730

“Complete Stereocontrol in the Synthesis of Macrocyclic Lanthanide Complexes: Direct Formation of Enantiopure Systems for CPL Applications”
N. H. Evans, R. Carr, M. Delbianco, R. Pal, D. S. Yufit and D. Parker
Dalton Transactions, 2013, 42, 15610-15616

“Isostructural Series of Nine-Coordinate Lanthanide Complexes Based on Triazacyclononane”
J. W. Walton, R. Carr, N. H. Evans, A. M. Funk, A. M. Kenwright, D. Parker, D. S. Yufit, M. Botta, S. De Pinot and K.-L. Wong
Inorganic Chemistry, 2012, 51, 8042-8056

Oxford

“Amide and Urea Ferrocene Containing Macrocycles Capable of the Electrochemical Sensing of Anions”
N. H. Evans, C. J. Serpell, K. E. Christensen and P. D. Beer
European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry, 2012, 939-944

“Solution and Surface-Confined Chloride Anion Templated Redox-Active Ferrocene Catenanes”
N. H. Evans, H. Rahman, A. V. Leontiev, N. D. Greenham, G. A. Orlowski, Q. Zeng, R. M. J. Jacobs, C. J. Serpell, N. L. Kilah, J. J. Davis and P. D. Beer
Chemical Science, 2012, 3, 1080-1089
A Top Ten Most Accessed Article in Chemical Science, January 2012

“Anion Templated Assembly of [2]Catenanes Capable of Chloride Anion Recognition in Aqueous Solvent Media”
N. H. Evans, E. S. H. Allinson, M. D. Lankshear, K.-Y. Ng, A. R. Cowley, C. J. Serpell, S. M. Santos, P. J. Costa, V. Felix and P. D. Beer
RSC Advances, 2011, 1, 995-1003

“A 1,2,3,4,5-Pentaphenylferrocene-Stoppered Rotaxane Capable of Electrochemical Anion Recognition”
N. H. Evans, C. J. Serpell, N. G. White and P. D. Beer
Chemistry – A European Journal, 2011, 17, 12347-12354

“A Janus [2]Rotaxane Synthesized by Using an Anion-Templated Clipping Methodology”
N. H. Evans and P. D. Beer
Chemistry – A European Journal, 2011, 17, 10541-10545
Highlighted in Synfacts, 2011, 1307

“A Redox-Active [3]Rotaxane Capable of Binding and Electrochemically Sensing Chloride and Sulfate Anions”
N. H. Evans, C. J. Serpell and P. D. Beer
Chemical Communications, 2011, 47, 8775-8777

“A [2]Catenane Displaying Pirouetting Motion Triggered by Debenzylation and Locked by Chloride Anion Recognition”
N. H. Evans, C. J. Serpell and P. D. Beer
Chemistry – A European Journal, 2011, 17, 7734-7738

“A Meta-Xylenediamide Macrocycle Containing Rotaxane Anion Host System Constructed by a New Synthetic Clipping Methodology”
N. H. Evans, C. J. Serpell and P. D. Beer
New Journal of Chemistry, 2011, 35, 2047-2053
Selected as a Hot Article

“Chloride Anion Templated Synthesis and Crystal Structure of a Handcuff Catenane”
N. H. Evans, C. J. Serpell and P. D. Beer
Angewandte Chemie, International Edition, 2011, 50, 2507-2510
Highlighted in Synfacts, 2011, 491

“A Ferrocene Functionalized Rotaxane Host System Capable of the Selective Recognition of Chloride”
N. H. Evans and P. D. Beer
Organic and Biomolecular Chemistry, 2011, 9, 92-100
Selected as a Hot Article

“Anion-Templated Calix[4]arene-Based Pseudorotaxanes and Catenanes”
M. D. Lankshear, N. H. Evans, S. R. Bayly and P. D. Beer
Chemistry – A European Journal, 2007, 13, 3861-3870

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