Welcome to the St Andrews Research Repository
This is the official institutional research repository for the University of St Andrews. The repository contains electronic theses and research publications including articles, conference proceedings, working papers and some research monographs. It also contains material and publications affiliated to the University and arising from specific projects. Full text content is provided for all research publications in the repository, and wherever possible (following embargoes) for electronic theses.
The University requires submission of an electronic version of theses. For help with electronic thesis deposit see Library webpages on how to submit your electronic copy or contact Digital-Repository@st-andrews.ac.uk.
The full text of research papers can be submitted to the repository via Pure, the University's research information system. For help see our guide: How to deposit in Pure or contact the Open Access team at email@example.com.
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(2019-01-27) - Journal articleThe purpose of this paper is to introduce the theory of presentations of monoids acts. We aim to construct ‘nice’ general presentations for various act constructions pertaining to subacts and Rees quotients. More precisely, ...
(2019-07-29) - Journal articleOne of the primary goals of exoplanetary science is to detect small, temperate planets passing (transiting) in front of bright and quiet host stars. This enables the characterization of planetary sizes, orbits, bulk ...
(2019-03-10) - Journal articleN-alkylated-α-amino acids are useful building blocks for the pharmaceutical and fine chemical industries. Enantioselective methods of N-alkylated-α-amino acid synthesis are therefore highly valuable and widely investigated. ...
Reimagining the postwar international order : the world federalism of Ozaki Yukio and Kagawa Toyohiko (Routledge Taylor & Francis Group, 2018-07-26) - Book item
(2019-01-25) - Journal articleEcholocating toothed whales generally adjust click intensity and rate according to target range to ensure that echoes from targets of interest arrive before a subsequent click is produced, presumably facilitating range ...