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2009Towards a fossil fuel-free futureLincoln, S.
2008Molecular fibers and wires in solid-state and solution self-assemblies of cyclodextrin [2]rotaxanesSubashani, M.; Cieslinski, M.; Lincoln, S.; Onagi, H.; Steel, P.; Willis, A.; Easton, C.
2009Degradation products of TNT after Fenton oxidationJarand, C.; Chen, K.; Cole, R.; Pham, D.T.; Lincoln, S.; Tarr, M.; American Chemical Society National Meeting (237th : 2009 : Salt Lake City, UT, United States)
2009Fluorescent ligands derived from 2-(9-anthrylmethylamino)ethyl-appended cyclen for use in metal ion activated molecular receptorsPlush, S.; Lincoln, S.; Wainwright, K.
2008Characterization of TNT degradation products during Fenton oxidation in the presence of Cyclodextrins.Jarland, C.; Chen, K.; Cole, R.; Pham, D.T.; Lincoln, S.; Tarr, M.; American Chemical Society National Meeting (235th : 2008 : New Orleans, LA, United States)
2007Novel iron-cyclodextrin complexes for improved Fenton oxidation of aromatic pollutantsTarr, M.; Jarland, C.; Pham, D.T.; Lincoln, S.; International Conference on Advanced Oxidation Technologies for Treatment of Water, Air and Soil (AOTs-13) (13th : 2007: New York, USA.)
2007Iron-cyclodextrin complexes for targeted Fenton oxidationTarr, M.; Jarand, C.; Pham, D.T.; Lincoln, S.; American Chemical Society National Meeting (233rd : 2007 : Chicago, IL USA)
2007UV-Vis and fluorimetric Al³⁺, Zn²⁺, Cd²⁺ and Pb²⁺ complexation studies of two 3-hydroxyflavones and a 3-hydroxythioflavoneValente, J.; Buntine, M.; Lincoln, S.; Ward, A.
2008Complexation of 6-(4’-(toluidinyl)naphthalene-2-sulfonate by β-cyclodextrin and linked β-cyclodextrin dimmersPham, D.T.; Clements, P.; Easton, C.; Papageorgiou, J.; May, B.; Lincoln, S.
2008¹H NMR studies of enantioselective host–guest complexation by modified β-cyclodextrins and their europium(III) complexesPham, D.T.; Clements, P.; Easton, C.; Lincoln, S.