MOLECULAR STRUCTURE ELUCIDATION FACILITY
Grant number: LE170100065 | Funding period: 2017 - 2018
This project aims to provide state-of-the-art X-ray diffraction instrumentation in a shared research facility. X-ray diffraction is essential for many research programmes, and the facility would support research in chemical synthesis, materials chemistry and structural biology. Structure determinations makes it possible to understand the underlying molecular structure of complex chemical and biological systems in terms of the underlying molecular structure. Anticipated outcomes are scientific and economic benefits to Australia arising from the training of young scientists and advancements in technology and medicine.
Related publications (4)
Phytochemical Profiling and Biological Activity of the Australian Carnivorous Plant, Drosera magna.
Edward Owen Norman, Hayden Tuohey, David Pizzi, Milane Saidah, Rachael Bell, Robert Brkljača, Jonathan M White, Robin B Gasser, Aya C Taki, Sylvia Urban
Phytochemical profiling was undertaken on the crude extracts of Drosera magna to determine the nature of the chemical constituents..
Oxidative damage of proline residues by nitrate radicals (NO3): a kinetic and product study
Joses G Nathanael, Jonathan M White, Annika Richter, Madison R Nuske, Uta Wille
<p>Kinetic studies in acetonitrile revealed that proline residues in peptides are considerably protected against radical-induced o..
Structural characterization and gas-phase studies of the [Ag10H8(L)(6)](2 ) nanocluster dication
Howard Z Ma, Alasdair McKay, Antonia Mravak, Michael S Scholz, Jonathan M White, Roger J Mulder, Evan J Bieske, Vlasta Bonacic-Koutecky, Richard AJ O'Hair
The reactions between silver salts and borohydrides produce a rich set of products that range from discrete mononuclear compounds ..