Dr Arif Sajjad firstname.lastname@example.org
Arif Sajjad's research focuses on computational modelling of sigma-alkane complexes in experimental collaboration with Prof Andy Weller at the University of York. His previous research includes DFT modelling of weak interactions in organometallic complexes.
He obtained his PhD in computational organometallic chemistry from Massey University New Zealand and MSc in chemistry from University of Eastern Finland.
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A Comparison of Non-Covalent Interactions in the Crystal Structures of two σ-Alkane Complexes of Rh Exhibiting Contrasting Stabilities in the Solid State.
Bis-anagostic structures in N, N'-chelate ligand complexes of palladium(II)
Steric and Electronic manipulation of the Agostic and π-Syndetic Donations in a Known Iminophosphane Ni(II) Complex Containing a Rotatable In-Plane Aromatic Ring
Electronic and Steric Manipulation of the Agostic Interaction in benzo[h]quinoline Complexes of Pd(II) and Implications for the Formation of η1-Pd–C Bonds
A Search by NBO Analysis for Syndetic Donation in Known X-ray Structures of Transition Metal Complexes with Close Aromatic Ring C–H···Metal Approaches
Evaluation of the Agostic and Syndetic Donations in Aromatic Ring Agostic Interactions Involved in Heteroatom Ligand-Directed C–H Bond Activation
Electronic manipulation of the agostic and syndetic components in 1-tetralone oxime and imine complexes of palladium (II)
NBO Orbital Interaction Analysis for the Ambiphilic Metal–Ligand Activation/Concerted Metalation Deprotonation (AMLA/CMD) Mechanism Involved in the Cyclopalladation Reaction of N,N-Dimethylbenzylamine with Palladium Acetate
Electronic and Steric Manipulation of the Preagostic Interaction in Isoquinoline Complexes of RhI
Chasing the agostic interaction in ligand assisted cyclometallation reactions of palladium (II)