Niklaas J. Buurma, Ph. D.

School of Chemistry Cardiff University, Cardiff, Wales, United Kingdom 
"Niklaas J. Buurma"

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Jan B.F.N. Engberts grad student 2003 RUG
 (Water, a unique medium for organic reactions : kinetic studies of intermolecular interactions in aqueous solutions)
Christopher Alexander Hunter post-doc University of Sheffield
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Saeed H, Jarman P, Archer S, et al. (2017) Homo- and heteroleptic phototoxic dinuclear metallo-intercalators based on RuII(dppn) intercalating moieties: synthesis, optical and biological studies. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English)
Saeed H, Saeed I, Buurma N, et al. (2017) The structure of linkers affects the DNA binding properties of tethered dinuclear ruthenium (II) metallo-intercalators. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany)
Saeed HK, Saeed IQ, Buurma NJ, et al. (2017) Inside Cover: The Structure of Linkers Affects the DNA Binding Properties of Tethered Dinuclear Ruthenium(II) Metallo-Intercalators (Chem. Eur. J. 23/2017) Chemistry - a European Journal. 23: 5389-5389
Onel L, Buurma NJ. (2011) The nature of the sodium dodecylsulfate micellar pseudophase as studied by reaction kinetics. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B. 115: 13199-211
Jones JE, Amoroso AJ, Dorin IM, et al. (2011) Bimodal, dimetallic lanthanide complexes that bind to DNA: the nature of binding and its influence on water relaxivity. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 47: 3374-6
Buurma NJ, Cook JL, Hunter CA, et al. (2010) The role of functional group concentration in solvation thermodynamics Chemical Science. 1: 242-246
Buurma NJ, Serena P, Blandamer MJ, et al. (2004) The nature of the micellar stern region as studied by reaction kinetics. 2. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 69: 3899-906
Blandamer MJ, Buurma NJ, Engberts JB, et al. (2003) Kinetics of hydrolysis of 1-benzoyl-1,2,4-triazole in aqueous solution as a function of temperature near the temperature of maximum density, and the isochoric controversy. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry. 1: 720-3
Buurma NJ, Pastorello L, Blandamer MJ, et al. (2001) Kinetic evidence for hydrophobically stabilized encounter complexes formed by hydrophobic esters in aqueous solutions containing monohydric alcohols. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 123: 11848-53
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