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Research interests

Theoretical and Computational Chemistry The interaction of light and matter gives rise to many fascinating phenomena. Some of these are very poorly understood at present but are exceedingly important in a wide variety of fields across chemistry, physics, biochemistry, new materials, and medicine. Our research is based on theoretical and computational investigations of electronically excited states, including both spectroscopy and photochemistry, from high accuracy studies of small molecules, to supramolecular sensors, and photoactive molecules of biological importance. Such research is vital to understand these processes at the molecular level. 

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http://theophotochem.eps.hw.ac.uk

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Discrete Ti-O-Ti complexes: visible light-activated, homogeneous alternative to TiO2 photosensitisers

Behm, K., Fazekas, E., Paterson, M. J., Vilela, F. & McIntosh, R. D., 3 Aug 2020, In : Chemistry - A European Journal. 26, 43, p. 9486-9494 9 p.

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    Rydberg-to-valence evolution in excited state molecular dynamics

    Paterson, M. J. & Townsend, D., 1 Oct 2020, In : International Reviews in Physical Chemistry. 39, 4, p. 517-567 51 p.

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  • The influence of substituent position on the excited state dynamics operating in 4-, 5- and 6-hydroxyindole

    Crane, S. W., Ghafur, O., Saalbach, L., Paterson, M. J. & Townsend, D., Jan 2020, In : Chemical Physics Letters. 738, 136870.

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  • The role of the natural transition orbital density in the S0 → S1 and S0 → S2 transitions of fulvene with next generation QTAIM

    Wang, L., Azizi, A., Xu, T., Filatov, M., Kirk, S. R., Paterson, M. J. & Jenkins, S., 16 Jul 2020, In : Chemical Physics Letters. 751, 137556.

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