BSc (Dalhousie); PhD (Western)
Dr. Brian Wagner researches the ability of large, hollow, cage-like “host” molecules to encapsulate other small “guest” molecules. This often increases the fluorescence, or the ability to emit light, of the guests. Real-world applications include enhanced trace analysis of pesticides and the design of molecular sensors.
- Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers and Materials, 2019
- Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 2019
- ChemPlusChem, 2019
- Canadian Journal of Chemistry, 2018
- Macromolecular Rapid Communications, 2016-05-25
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- Supramolecular host-guest inclusion systems and their applications, including as molecular sensors and in trace analysis techniques (such as for pesticides in natural waters ).
- The use of fluorescence spectroscopy to study the properties and local environment of molecules