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(University of St Andrews, 2020-07-29) - ThesisThermal batteries are single-use energy devices designed to deliver a one-time source of power. They can be adapted to fit the application, such as high currents and pulse loads, making them important in military and space ...
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(University of St Andrews, 2020-07-29) - ThesisThe research described in this thesis focuses on probing the reactivity of α,β-unsaturated acyl ammonium intermediates and the use of theses reactive intermediates in a new concept: aryloxide-facilitated catalyst turnover ...
Pyrrole acetic acid derivatives in Lewis base catalyzed enantioselective formal [4+2] cycloadditions (University of St Andrews, 2020-07-29) - ThesisThis thesis describes the use of C(1) ammonium enolate chemistry with Lewis base isothiourea catalysis in Michael addition-lactonization/lactamization between 2-pyrrolyl acetic acid derivatives and various Michael ...
(University of St Andrews, 2020-06) - ThesisThe thesis focuses on the synthesis of novel fluorinated cycloalkanes and their polar properties. Chapter 2 describes the synthesis of all cis-1,2,3,4-tetrafluorocyclopentane and its deuterated isotopomer. They were ...