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1995Complexation of fluorinated amino acid derivatives by b- and g-cyclodextrin in aqueous solution. A 19F nuclear magnetic resonance studyBrown, S.; Easton, C.; Lincoln, S.
1997Enantiomerization of Pendant-Arm Triaza Macrocyclic Lithium(I) and Sodium(I) Complex IonsWhitbread, S.; Weeks, J.; Valente, P.; Buntine, M.; Lincoln, S.; Wainwright, K.
1999Host-guest complexation of aromatic carboxylic acids and their conjugate bases by b-cyclodextrins mono-substituted at C(6) by linear and cyclic polyalkyltri-amines in aqueous solutionKean, S.; May, B.; Clements, P.; Easton, C.; Lincoln, S.
1999Deacylation of 4-nitrophenyl acetate by 6A-(ω-aminoalkyl)amino-6A-deoxy-β-cyclodextrinsRedman, K.; May, B.; Kean, S.; Clements, P.; Easton, C.; Lincoln, S.
1998Crystal structure of 1,4,7-triazabicyclo[4.3.0]non-6-ene-5-one, C6H9N3OCreaser, S.; Lincoln, S.; Pyke, S.; Tiekink, E.
1997Enantiomerisation in Pendant Arm Triaza Macrocyclic Alkali Metal Complex IonsLincoln, S.; Buntine, M.; Wainwright, K.; Valente, P.; Weeks, J.; Whitbread, S.
1997Mechanistic studies of some macrocyclic complexesLincoln, S.
1997An HPLC study of cooperative guest binding by a covalently linked b-cyclodextrin dimerCroft, A.; Easton, C.; Lincoln, S.; May, B.; Papageorgiou, J.
1997Complexation of zinc(II) and other divalent metal ions by the fluorophore 2-methyl-8-(toluene-p-sulfonamido)-6-quinolyloxyacetic acid in 50% aqueous ethanolRodopoulos, T.; Pittet, P.A.; Mahadevan, I.; Lincoln, S.; Ward, A.; Duckworth, P.; Kurucsev, T.; Hendrickson, K.; Forbes, I.; Zalewski, P.
1999Complexes of 6A-(2-amino-ethyl-amino)-6A-deoxy-b-cyclodextrin and 6A-deoxy-6A-[bis-(carboxyl-atomethyl)amino]-b-cyclodextrin with (R)- and (S)-tryptophanate and (R)- and (S)-phenyl-alaninate in aqueous solution. A pH-titrimetric and n.m.r. spectroscopic sSandow, M.; May, B.; Clements, P.; Easton, C.; Lincoln, S.