Damien recently academically qualified for his PhD with his thesis "Metal-Organic Frameworks Containing Dihydroxy Motifs: Control of Phase Formation and Pore Environments".

Damien published four papers during his candidature and contibuted to several others.

  • Rankine, D., Keene, T. D., Doonan, C. J., & Sumby, C. J. (2014). Reprogramming kinetic phase control and tailoring pore environments in Coᴵᴵ and Znᴵᴵ metal-organic frameworks. Crystal Growth and Design, 14(11), 5710-5718. doi:10.1021/cg500978s
  • Rankine, D., Keene, T., Sumby, C., & Doonan, C. (2013). Chelation-driven fluorescence deactivation in three alkali earth metal MOFs containing 2,2’-dihydroxybiphenyl-4,4’-dicarboxylate. Crystengcomm, 15(45), 9722-9728. doi:10.1039/C3CE41253A
  • Keene, T., Rankine, D., Evans, J., Southon, P., Kepert, C., Aitken, J., . . . Doonan, C. (2013). Solvent-modified dynamic porosity in chiral 3D kagome frameworks. Dalton Transactions (Print Edition), 42(22), 7871-7879. doi:10.1039/c3dt00096f
  • Rankine, D., Avellaneda, A., Hill, M. R., Doonan, C. J. and Sumby, C. J. (2012). Control of framework interpenetration for in situ modified hydroxyl functionalised IRMOFs.  Chemical Communications 48 (83), 10328-10330. doi: 10.1039/C2CC35565E

AuthorJack Evans