Andrew Ian Cooper

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University of Liverpool, Liverpool, England, United Kingdom 
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Materials Chemistry
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http://www.liv.ac.uk/cooper-group/
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Yang Y, Zwijnenburg MA, Gardner AM, et al. (2024) Conjugated Polymer/Recombinant Biohybrid Systems for Photobiocatalytic Hydrogen Production. Acs Nano
Mailhiot SE, Peuravaara P, Egleston BD, et al. (2024) Gas Uptake and Thermodynamics in Porous Liquids Elucidated by Xe NMR. The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 15: 5323-5330
Wang X, Fellowes T, Bahri M, et al. (2024) 2D to 3D Reconstruction of Boron-Linked Covalent-Organic Frameworks. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Yang Y, Liu LN, Tian H, et al. (2023) Making the connections: physical and electric interactions in biohybrid photosynthetic systems. Energy & Environmental Science. 16: 4305-4319
Shields CE, Wang X, Fellowes T, et al. (2023) Experimental Confirmation of a Predicted Porous Hydrogen-bonded Organic Framework. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). e202303167
Kearsey RJ, Tarzia A, Little MA, et al. (2023) Competitive aminal formation during the synthesis of a highly soluble, isopropyl-decorated imine porous organic cage. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 59: 3731-3734
Jia J, Liu J, Wang ZQ, et al. (2022) Photoinduced inverse vulcanization. Nature Chemistry
Hillman SAJ, Sprick RS, Pearce D, et al. (2022) Why Do Sulfone-Containing Polymer Photocatalysts Work So Well for Sacrificial Hydrogen Evolution from Water? Journal of the American Chemical Society
Brand MC, Rankin N, Cooper AI, et al. (2022) Shining a Light on Photoresponsive Type III Porous Liquids. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany)
Wei RJ, You PY, Duan H, et al. (2022) Ultrathin Metal-Organic Framework Nanosheets Exhibiting Exceptional Catalytic Activity. Journal of the American Chemical Society
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