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Open Access research that delivers better decision support and knowledge modelling

Strathprints makes available Open Access scholarly outputs by Management Science at Strathclyde. Particular research specialisms include knowledge modelling within organisations but also problem structuring and analytical approaches to better interpret risk and uncertainty. Some of these management science approaches are applied within healthcare systems and have close links with economics and operations management.

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2020

Smith, Andrew J. and Dimitrova, Daniela and Arokianathar, Jude N. and Kolodziejczak, Krystian and Young, Allan and Allison, Mark and Poole, Darren L. and Leach, Stuart G. and Parkinson, John A. and Tuttle, Tell and Murphy, John A. (2020) New reductive rearrangement of N-Arylindoles triggered by the Grubbs-Stoltz reagent Et3SiH/KOtBu. Chemical Science, 11 (14). pp. 3719-3726. ISSN 2041-6520

2018

Barham, Joshua P. and Dalton, Samuel E. and Allison, Mark and Nocera, Giuseppe and Young, Allan and John, Matthew P. and McGuire, Thomas and Campos, Sébastien and Tuttle, Tell and Murphy, John A. (2018) Dual roles for potassium hydride in haloarene reduction : CSNAr and SET reduction via organic electron donors formed in benzene. Journal of the American Chemical Society, 140 (36). pp. 11510-11518. ISSN 0002-7863

2017

Smith, Andrew J. and Young, Allan and Rohrbach, Simon and O'Connor, Erin F. and Allison, Mark and Wang, Hong-Shuang and Poole, Darren L. and Tuttle, Tell and Murphy, John A. (2017) Electron transfer and hydride transfer pathways in the Stoltz-Grubbs reducing system (KOtBu-Et3SiH). Angewandte Chemie International Edition, 56 (44). 13747–13751. ISSN 1433-7851

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