John P Clare
Highly Influential Citations1
Claim Your Author Page
Ensure your research is discoverable on Semantic Scholar. Claiming your author page allows you to personalize the information displayed and manage publications (all current information on this profile has been aggregated automatically from publisher and metadata sources).
We therefore supposed that electroneutralcholapods might transport inorganic anions bya… Continue Reading
Chloride transport by a series of steroid-based "cholapod" receptors/carriers was studied in vesicles. The principal method involved preincorporation of the cholapods in the vesicle membranes, and… Continue Reading
The extraction-based protocol for measuring binding constants, developed by Cram and co-workers, has been extended for use with anionic substrates. The method is especially useful for high-affinity… Continue Reading
Steroid-based receptors with enclosed binding sites, formed from quaternary ammonium and macrocyclic bis-urea units, can substantially override the Hofmeister series in anion phase transfer… Continue Reading
Preorganised urea groups moderate the anion-exchange properties of cationic receptor 2, favouring halide extraction and promoting anion transport through a bulk liquid membrane.
This text brings together Clare's longest poem, "The Parish", and his satires, "The Hue and Cry" and "The Summons". Other poems, some previously unpublished, are included. They reveal his reactions… Continue Reading
In his Preface to Lyrical Ballads (1802), the poetic manifesto of the Romantic revolution, William Wordsworth famously declared that the “principle object, then, which I proposed to myself in these… Continue Reading