Stewart, Matthew Blair

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Stewart, Matthew Blair (2009) Computational and experimental investigations of biologically interesting molecules. PhD thesis, Victoria University.

Khairallah, George N, Stewart, Matthew Blair, Yuriev, Elizabeth, Xu, Yuanjin, Orbell, John and O'Hair, Richard A. J (2009) Gas phase supramolecular cluster ions of deoxyguanosine induced by binding to (2,2′:6′2″-terpyridine)-platinum(II) and (diethylenetriamine)-platinum(II). Dalton Transactions (9). pp. 1542-1548. ISSN 1477-9234 (Online), 1477-9226 (Print)


Myat, Darli Theint, Mergen, Max, Zhao, Oliver, Stewart, Matthew Blair, Orbell, John and Gray, Stephen R (2012) Characterisation of organic matter in IX and PACl treated wastewater in relation to the fouling of a hydrophobic polypropylene membrane. Water Research, 46 (16). pp. 5151-5164. ISSN 0043-1354 (print), 1879-2448 (online)

July 2013

Myat, Darli Theint, Mergen, Max, Zhao, Oliver, Stewart, Matthew Blair, Orbell, John, Merle, Tony, Croue, Jean-Philippe and Gray, Stephen R (2013) Effect of IX dosing on polypropylene and PVDF membrane fouling control. Water Research, 47 (11). pp. 3827-3834. ISSN 0043-1354 (print), 1879-2448 (online)

1 January 2014

Myat, Darli Theint, Stewart, Matthew Blair, Mergen, Max, Zhao, Oliver, Orbell, John and Gray, Stephen R (2014) Experimental and computational investigations of the interactions between model organic compounds and subsequent membrane fouling. Water Research, 48. pp. 108-118. ISSN 0043-1354 (print), 1879-2448 (online)

February 2014

Stewart, Matthew Blair, Gray, Stephen R, Vasiljevic, Todor and Orbell, John (2014) Exploring the molecular basis for the metal-mediated assembly of alginate gels. Carbohydrate Polymers, 102 (1). pp. 246-253. ISSN 0144-8617

20 March 2019

Leusch, FDL, Neale, PA, Busetti, F, Card, M, Humpage, A, Orbell, John ORCID: 0000-0003-3485-5309, Ridgway, HF, Stewart, Matthew Blair, van de Merwe, JP and Escher, BI (2019) Transformation of endocrine disrupting chemicals, pharmaceutical and personal care products during drinking water disinfection. Science of the Total Environment, 657. pp. 1480-1490. ISSN 0048-9697