My Ph.D. research was
conducted at the
this and related projects continues in the laboratory of Prof. Michael Wolf in
the Department of Chemistry at the
You can also read about this research in the following published articles:
C.W. Rogers and M.O. Wolf. (2002) "Luminescent molecular sensors based on analyte coordination to transition metal complexes." Coordination Chemistry Reviews, 233-234, 241-350.
C.W. Rogers and M.O. Wolf. (2002) "Dramatic luminescence response to carbon monoxide by a Ru(II) complex containing a hemilabile phosphine pyrenyl-ether." Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 41(11), 1898-1900.
C.W. Rogers, Y. Zhang, B.O. Patrick, W.E. Jones, Jr. and M.O. Wolf. (2002) "Photophysical effect of the coordination of water by Ru(II) bipyridyl complexes containing hemilabile phosphine-ether ligands." Inorganic Chemistry, 41(5), 1162-1169.
C.W. Rogers, B.O.
Patrick, S.J. Rettig and M.O. Wolf. (2001)
"Ligand-assisted O-dealkylation of bipyridyl
phosphine-ether complexes." Journal
of the Chemical Society,
C.W. Rogers and M.O. Wolf. (1999) "Towards multianalyte molecule-based sensors: reactivity and photophysical behaviour of hemilabile ligand-containing Ru(II) bipyridyl complexes." Chemical Communications, 22, 2297-2298.
Other research I’ve been involved with:
T.A.E. Loss, C.W. Rogers and M. O. Wolf. (1998) "Composite poly(p-phenylenevinylene)-Nafion thin films." Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 76(11), 1554-1558.
C. Kerst, C.W. Rogers, R. Ruffolo and W.J. Leigh. (1997) "Direct detection and characterization of a transient 1-silaallene derivative in solution." Journal of the American Chemical Society, 119, 466-471.
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