Laurence K. Thompson

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Simple modifications of the rotational resonance experiment substantially reduce the total experimental time needed to measure weak homonuclear dipolar couplings, a critical factor for achieving routine internuclear distance measurements in large biomolecular systems. These modifications also address several problems cited in the literature. Here we(More)
The title compound, C(16)H(16)N(2)O(4)·2CH(3)OH, is a hydrazone in an E geometric arrangement, with an inversion centre at the mid-point of the N-N bond. A symmetry-related pair of six-membered hydrogen-bonded rings [graph-set motif S(1) (1)(6)] are present for the terminal vanillin-imine moieties. Two lattice methanol solvent mol-ecules are present per(More)
A novel tripodal ligand with three different arms, viz., pyridine, phenol and an oxime and its copper(II) complex were synthesised. The X-ray crystal structure of the compound reveals that it is a dinuclear complex consisting of two copper(II) ions doubly bridged by two oximato groups in a trans arrangement. The complex contains unusual cis-axially(More)
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