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Technical Papers

1. Hydrogen peroxide in waste minimisation ā€“ current and potential contributions. Sanderson, W. R., in Handbook of Green Chemistry and Technology (2002), 258-305. Editor(s) Clark, James H., Macquarrie, Duncan J. Publisher: Blackwell, Oxford, UK.
2. 2-Bromocyclohexanone Perhydrate ā€“ structural characterisation and synthetic potential as a novel oxidant. Carnell, Andrew J; Clegg, William; Johnstone, Robert A W; Parsy, Christophe A; Sanderson, William R, Tetrahedron (2000), 56, 6571-5.
3. Cleaner industrial processes using hydrogen peroxide. Sanderson, William R, Pure Appl Chem (2000), 72, 1289-304. (invited paper)
4. N,Nā€™-dialkylalloxans ā€“ a new class of catalyst for dioxirane epoxidations. Carnell, Andrew J; Johnstone, Robert A W; Parsy, Christophe A; Sanderson, William R, Tetrahedron Letters (1999), 40, 8029-32.
5. Sodium Perborate and Sodium Percarbonate: Further Applications in Organic Synthesis. McKillop, Alexander; Sanderson, William R, J Chem Soc, Perkin Trans 1 (2000), 471-6.
6. A convenient large-scale synthesis of methyl ?-maltoside: a simple model for amylose. Gebbie, Stuart J.; Gosney, Ian; Harrison, Paul R.; Lacan, Isabelle M. F.; Sanderson, William R.; Sankey, J Phillip, Carbohydrate Research (1998), 308, 345-8
7. Oxidation of nitrogen heterocycles by H2O2 catalysed by a Mn-porphyrin. An easy access to N-oxides under mild conditions. Thellend, A.; Battioni, P.; Sanderson, W.; Mansuy, D., Synthesis (1997), (12), 1387-1388; also Thellend, A; Battioni, P; Sanderson, W R; Mansuy, D, Chem Comm (1997), 1397.
8. The selective oxidation of toluenes to benzaldehyde derivatives by cerium(III), hydrogen peroxide and bromide ion. Auty, Kevin; Gilbert, Bruce C.; Thomas, C. Barry; Brown, Scott W.; Jones, Craig W.; Sanderson, William R., J. Mol. Catal. A: Chem. (1997), 117(1-3), 279-287.
9. Hydrogen peroxide in clean processes. Sanderson, W. R., Chem. Waste Minimization (1995), 247-327. Editor(s): Clark, James H. Publisher: Blackie, Glasgow, UK.
10. Novel catalysts for olefin cleavage using hydrogen peroxide. Johnstone, A.; Middleton, P. J.; Sanderson, W. R.; Service, M.; Harrison, P. R., Stud. Surf. Sci. Catal. (1994), 82, 609-14.
11. Sodium perborate and sodium percarbonate: cheap, safe and versatile oxidizing agents for organic synthesis. McKillop, Alexander; Sanderson, William R., Tetrahedron (1995), 51(22), 6145-66.
12. A new homogeneous method of dimethyldioxirane generation from Caro's acid. Jones, Craig W.; Sankey, John P.; Sanderson, William R.; Rocca, Michael C.; Wilson, Sharon L., J. Chem. Res., Synop. (1994), (3), 114-15.
13. Oxo-centered trinuclear carboxylato complexes containing mixed-metal and mixed-valence clusters CrIII2MIIO and MnIII2MIIO (M = cobalt, nickel or manganese). Cannon, Roderick D.; Jayasooriya, Upali A.; Montri, Ladda; Saad, Ahmed K.; Karu, Elisha; Bollen, Sarah K.; Sanderson, William R., J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. (1993), (13), 2005-10.
14. Novel catalysts for aromatic hydroxylation. Brown, S. W.; Hackett, A.; Johnstone, A.; King, A. M.; Reeve, K. M.; Sanderson, W. R.; Service, M., Ber. - Dtsch. Wiss. Ges. Erdoel, Erdgas Kohle, Tagungsber. (1992), 9204(Proc. DGMK-Conf. "Sel. Oxid. Petrochem.", 1992), 339-45.
15. Decomposition of peroxydecanoic acid using BCHPC [di(4-tert-butylcyclohexyl) peroxydicarbonate] under argon atmosphere. Sorba, Janine; Lefort, Daniel; Fossey, Jacques; Grisel, Frederic; Sanderson, William R., J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans. 2 (1992), (9), 1565-9.
16. Mechanisms of peroxide stabilization. An investigation of some reactions of hydrogen peroxide in the presence of aminophosphonic acids. Croft, Susan; Gilbert, Bruce C.; Smith, John R. Lindsay; Stell, Jonathan K.; Sanderson, William R., J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans. 2 (1992), (2), 153-60.
17. Mechanisms of peroxide decomposition. An EPR investigation of the reactions between some transition metal ions [titanium(III), iron(II), copper(I)] and monoperoxyphthalic acid and its anion. Gilbert, Bruce C.; Stell, Jonathan K.; Whitwood, Adrian C.; Halliwell, Carol; Sanderson, William R., J. Chem. Soc., Perkin Trans. 2 (1991), (5), 629-34.
18. Oxidation reactions using urea-hydrogen peroxide; a safe alternative to anhydrous hydrogen peroxide. Cooper, Mark S.; Heaney, Harry; Newbold, Amanda J.; Sanderson, William R., Synlett (1990), (9), 533-5.