Ambre Carpentier email@example.com
Ambre's research interest focusses on the computational mechanistic study of C-H activation using transition metals. She is working in collaboration with the group of Igor Larrosa at the University of Manchester.
Ambre did her Bachelor's in Chemistry in Toulouse. She undertook her Master's in Theoretical and Computational Chemistry in the same university where she worked as research assistant during a year under the supervision of Prof. Laurent Maron. She started her PhD at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh in 2021 under the supervision of Prof. Stuart A. Macgregor.
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Molecular and Electronic Structure of Linear Uranium Metallocenes Stabilized by Pentabenzyl-Cyclopentadienyl Ligands
Activation of CO Using a 1,2-Disilylene: Facile Synthesis of an Abnormal N-Heterocyclic Silylene
A Brønsted Acidic Gallium Hydride: Facile Interconversion of NNNN-Macrocycle Supported [GaI]+ and [GaIIIH]2+
Strontium Hydride Cations Supported by a Large NNNNN Type Macrocycle: Synthesis, Structure, and Hydrofunctionalization Catalysis
Stereospecific Polymerization of Bulky Methacrylates Using Organocatalyst in Strong Donating Solvent via Self-Controlled Mechanism
Synthesis and Reactivity of Triangular Heterometallic Complexes Containing Zn–Zn Bond
Formation and Reactivity of a Hexahydridosilicate [SiH6]2- Coordinated by a Macrocycle-Supported Strontium Cation
Exploring the Redox Properties of Bench-Stable Uranyl(VI) Diamido-Dipyrrin Complexes
Cationic strontium hydride complexes supported by an NNNN-type macrocycle
Nickel-catalyzed synthesis of Zn(