1. Water-soluble pillar[5]arene sulfo-derivatives self-assemble into biocompatible nanosystems to stabilize therapeutic proteins, DN Shurpik, YI Aleksandrova, OA Mostovaya, VA Nazmutdinova, PV Zelenikhin, EV Subakaeva, TA Mukhametzyanov, PJ Cragg and II Stoikov, Bioorg. Chem., 2021, 117, #105415
  2. Low-valent calix[4]arene glycoconjugates based on hydroxamic acid bearing linkers as potent inhibitors in a model of  Ebola virus cis-infection and HCMV gB-recombinant glycoprotein interaction with MDDC cells by blocking DC-SIGN, K Chakroun, M Taouai, V Porkolab, J Luczkowiak, R Sommer, C Cheneau, D Mathiron, MA Ben Maaouia, S Pilard, R Abidi, C Mullié, F Fieschi, PJ Cragg, F Halary, R Delgado and M Benazza, J. Med. Chem.202164, 14332–14343
  3. Low molecular weight fluorescent probe for the detection of organophosphates, R Mia, PJ Cragg and KJ Wallace, J. Luminesc., 2021, 235, #118053
  4. Metallo-supramolecular coordination polymers based on amidopyridine derivatives of pillar[5]arene and Cu(II) and Pd(II) cations: synthesis and recognition of nitroaromatic compounds, DN Shurpik, YI Aleksandrova, AA Rodionov, EA Razina, MR Gafurov, VI Rashidovich, VG Evtugyn, AV Gerasimov, YI Kuzin, GA Evtugyn, PJ Cragg and II Stoikov, Langmuir, 2021, 37, 2942-2953
  5. Detection of ferric ions in a Gram-positive bacterial cell: Staphylococcus aureus, E Manandhar, ADG Johnson, WM Watson, SD Dickerson, GS Sahukhal, MO Elasri, FR Fronczek, PJ Cragg and KJ Wallace, J. Coord. Chem., 2021, 74, 380-401
  6. Self-assembly of supramolecular architectures by the effect of amino acid residues of quaternary ammonium pillar[5]arenes, A Nazarova, D Shurpik, P Padnya, T Mukhametzyanov, P Cragg and I Stoikov, Int. J. Mol. Sci.202021, #7206
  7. Towards new nanoporous biomaterials: self-assembly of sulfopillar[5]arenes with vitamin Dinto supramolecular polymers, DN Shurpik, YI Aleksandrova, PV Zelenikhin, EV Subakaeva, PJ Cragg and II Stoikov, Org. Biomol. Chem.2020,
    18, 4210–4216
  8. Recognition of anions, monoamine neurotransmitter and trace amine hydrochlorides by ureido-hexahomotrioxacalix[3]arene ditopic receptors, FA Teixeira, JR Ascenso, P Cragg, N Hickey, S Geremia and PM Marcos, Eur. J. Org. Chem., 2020, 1930–1940
  9. 3D Printed UV/vis detection systems constructed from transparent filaments and immobilised enzymes, E Sirjani, M Migas, PJ Cragg and MK Dymond,
    Addit. Manufact.2020, 33, #101094
  10. Silica bound co-pillar[4+1]arene as a novel supramolecular stationary phase, S Mekapothula, M Addicoat, D Boocock, PJ Cragg, J Wallis, GWV Cave, Chem Commun, 202056, 1792-1794
  11. Supramolecular neuromuscular blocker inhibition by a pillar[5]arene through aqueous inclusion of rocuronium bromide, DN Shurpik, OA Mostovaya, DA Sevastyanov, OA Lenina, AS Sapunova, AD Voloshina, KA Petrov, IV Kovyazina, PJ Cragg and II Stoikov, Org. Biomol. Chem., 2019, 17, 9951-9959
  12. Hysteretic thermal spin-crossover and symmetry breaking in heteroleptic Fe(II) complexes of N,N-di(pyridin-2-yl)decanamide ligands with alkyl chain substituents, BL Geoghegan, W Phonsri, PN Horton, JB Orton, SJ Coles, KS Murray, PJ Cragg, MK Dymond, IA Gass, Dalton Trans., 2019, 48, 17340-17348
  13. Glycocluster tetrahydroxamic acids exhibiting unprecedented inhibition of Pseudomonas aeruginosa biofilm, M Benazza, M Taouai, C Chakroun, G Michaud, D Giacalone, M Benmaaouia, R Abidi, D Lesur, D Mathiron, T Darbre, PJ Cragg, C  Mullié, J-L Reymond, G O’Toole, J. Med. Chem., 2019, 62, 7722-7738
  14. Monosubstituted pillar[5]arene functionalized with (amino)phosphonate fragments are “smart” building blocks for constructing nanosized structures with some s- and p-metal cations in the organic phase, AA Nazarova , LS Yakimova, PL Padnya, VG Evtugyn, YN Osin, PJ Cragg, II Stoikov, New J. Chem., 2019, 43, 14450-14458
  15. Hydrogen-bonding interactions in crown-(thio)urea complexes with anions, chemical warfare agents and simulants, H Cave, JA Ede, MR Sambrook, H Dodd, F Fucassi, AS Cragg, AH Lansley, PJ Cragg*, Supramol. Chem., 2019, 31, 703-712
  16. Glass transition temperatures, melting temperatures, water contact angles and dimensional precision of simple fused deposition model 3D prints and 3D printed channels constructed from a range of commercially available filaments, E Sirjani, PJ Cragg, MK Dymond, Chem. Data Coll., 2019, 22, #100244
  17. Unprecedented thiacalixarene fucoclusters as strong inhibitors of Ebola cis-cell infection and HCMV-gB glycoprotein/DC-SIGN C-type lectin interaction, M Taouai, V Porkolab, K Chakroun, C Cheneau, J Luczkowiak, R Abidi, D Lesur, PJ Cragg, F Halary, R Delgado, F Fieschi, M Benazza, Bioconjugate Chem., 2019, 30, 1114–1126. (Correction: Bioconjugate Chem., 2019, 30, 1830-1831)
  18. Hydrazides of glycine-containing decasubstituted pillar[5]arenes: Synthesis and encapsulation of Floxuridine. DN Shurpik, DA Sevastyanov, PV Zelenikhin, EV Subakaev, VG Evtugyn, YN Osin, PJ Cragg, II Stoikov, Tetrahedron Lett., 2018, 59, 4410-4415 and front cover.
  19. Comparison of binding affinities of water-soluble calixarenes with the organophosphorus nerve agent Soman (GD) and commonly-used nerve agent simulants, JA Ede, PJ Cragg and MR Sambrook, Molecules, 2018, 23, 207.
  20. Spectroscopic and inclusion properties of G-series chemical warfare agents and their simulants: A DFT study, MR Sambrook, IA Gass and PJ Cragg*, Supramol. Chem., 2018, 30, 206-217.
  21. A co-pillar[5]arene sensor for linear biogenic amines, RR Kothur, BA Patel and PJ Cragg*, Chem. Commun., 2017, 53, 9078-9080.
  22. Experimental and computational study of the inclusion complexes of β-cyclodextrin with the chemical warfare agent soman (GD) and commonly used simulants, MR Sambrook, JC Vincent, JA Ede, IA Gass and PJ Cragg*, RSC Adv., 2017, 7, 38069-38076.
  23. Carbon-cryogel hierarchical composites as effective and scalable filters for removal of trace organic pollutants from water, R Busquets, AE Ivanov, L Mbundi, S Hörberg, OP Kozynchenko, PJ Cragg, IN Savina, RLD Whitby, SV Mikhalovsky, SR Tennison, H Jungvid and AB Cundy, J. Environ. Manag., 2016, 182, 141-148.
  24. Synthesis and applications of co-pillar[5]arene thiols, RR Kothur, F Fucassi, G Dichello, L Doudet, W Abdalaziz, BA Patel, GWV Cave, IA Gass, DK Sarker, SV Mikhalovsky and PJ Cragg*, Supramol. Chem., 2016, 28,436-443.
  25. Synthesis of (homooxa)calixarene-monoquinones through the “all-but-one” methodology, R Lavendomme, PJ Cragg, PM Marcos, M Luhmer and I Jabin, Org. Lett., 2015, 17, 5690-5693
  26. Selective antimicrobial and antibiofilm disrupting properties of functionalized diamond nanoparticles against Escherichia coli and Staphylococcus aureus, M Kahnal, V Raks, R Issa, V Chernyshenko, A Barras, JM Garcia, A Siriwardena, IR Cooper, PJ Cragg*, LI Mikhalovska, V Zaitzev, R Boukherroub and S Szunerits*, Part. Part. Syst. Charact., 2015, 32, 822-830.
  27. Antimicrobial activity of menthol modified nanodiamond particles, V Turcheniuk, V Raks, R Issa, IR Cooper, PJ Cragg,* R Jijie, N Dumitrescu, LI Mikhalovska, V Zaitzev, R Boukherroub* and S Szunerits,* Diamond. Relat. Mater., 2015, 57, 2-8.
  28. Cation binding, transport and theoretical calculations of coneptert-butylhexahomotrioxacalix[3]arene tris(acetic acid), K Griffiths, K Sharma, PM Marcos, JR Ascenso, J. Nind, K Cottet and PJ Cragg*, Supramol. Chem., 2015, 27, 167-173.
  29. An activated coumarin-enamine Michael acceptor for CN, AB Davis, RE Lambert, FR Fronczek, PJ Cragg and KJ Wallace, New J. Chem., 2014, 38, 4678-4683.
  30. Metal chelation by a plant lignin, secoisolariciresinol diglucoside, F Fucassi, A Heikal, LI Mikhalovska, G Standen, IU Allan, SV Mikhalovsky and PJ Cragg*, J. Incl. Phenom. Macro. Chem., 2014, 80, 345-351.
  31. A low pH sensor from an esterified pillar[5]arene, RR Kothur, J Hall, BA Patel, CL Leong, MG Boutelle and PJ Cragg*, Chem. Commun., 2014, 50, 852-854
  32. Detection of Zn(II) ions by fluorescent pyrene-derived molecular probes, E Manandhar, PJ Cragg* and KJ Wallace, Supramol. Chem., 2014, 26, 141-150
  33. Synthesis, NMR and DFT conformational studies of homooxacalixarene (cyanopropyl)oxy derivatives, precursors to urea-terminated compounds, PM Marcos, CS Proença, FA Teixeira, JR Ascenso, RJ Bernardino and PJ Cragg, Tetrahedron, 2013, 69, 7430-7437.
  34. Homooxacalixarene-based anion receptors: synthesis, NMR and DFT conformational studies of the intermediate (cyanopropyl)oxy derivatives, PM Marcos, CS Proença, FA Teixeira, JR Ascenso, RJ Bernardino and PJ Cragg, Supramol. Chem., 2013, 25, 522-532 and front cover.
  35. Detection of clinically important cations by a pillar[5]arene-modified electrochemical sensor, LE Dube, BA Patel, A Fagan-Murphy, RR Kothur and PJ Cragg*, Chem. Sensor, 2013, 3, 18.
  36. Complexation and DFT studies of lower rim hexahomotrioxacalix[3]arene derivatives bearing pyridyl groups with transition and heavy metal cations. Cone versus partial cone conformation, PM Marcos, F Teixeira, MAP Segurado, JR Ascenso, RJ Bernardino, PJ Cragg, S Michel, V Hubscher-Bruder and F Arnaud-Neu, J. Phys. Org. Chem., 2013, 26, 295-305 and front cover.
  37. A fluorescent dipyrrinone oxime for the detection of pesticides and other organophosphates, I Walton, M Davis, L Munro, VJ Catalano, PJ Cragg, MT Huggins and KJ Wallace, Org. Lett., 2012, 14, 2686-2689
  38. A pyrene based fluorescent sensor for Zn2+ ions: A molecular ‘butterfly’, E Manandhar, JH Broome, J Myrick, W Lagrone, PJ Cragg* and KJ Wallace*, Chem. Commun., 2011, 47, 8796–8798
  39. Lanthanide cation binding properties of homooxacalixarene diethylamide derivatives, PM Marcos, JR Ascenso, MAP Segurado, PJ Cragg, S Michel, V Hubscher-Bruder and F Arnaud-Neu, Supramol. Chem., 2011, 23, 93-101.
  40. Ion-selective electrodes based on p-tert-butylhomooxacalixarene di(ethyl)amides, M Bocheńska, PJ Cragg, M Guziński, A Jasiński, J Kulesza, PM Marcos and R Pomećko, Supramol. Chem., 2009, 21, 732-737.
  41. An artificial sodium ion channel from calix[4]arene in the 1,3-alternate conformation, O Lawal, KSJ Iqbal, A Mohamadi, P Razavi, HT Dodd, MC Allen, S Siddiqui, F Fucassi and PJ Cragg*, Supramol. Chem., 2009, 21, 55-60.
  42. Synthesis, binding properties and theoretical studies of p-tert-butylhexahomotrioxacalix[3]arene tri(adamantyl)ketone with alkali, alkaline earth, transition, heavy metal and lanthanide cations, PM Marcos, JR Ascenso, MAP Segurado, RJ Bernardino, PJ Cragg, Tetrahedron, 2009, 65, 496-503.
  43. Supramolecular chemistry in silico, R Sheehan and PJ Cragg*, Supramol. Chem., 2008, 20, 443-451.
  44. Artificial transmembrane ion channels from commercial surfactants, KSJ Iqbal, MC Allen, F Fucassi and PJ Cragg*, Chem. Commun., 2007, 3951-3953.
  45. Binding properties and molecular mechanics calculations of p-tert-butylhexahomotrioxacalix[3]arene tri(diethyl)amide with alkali, alkaline earth, transition and heavy metal cations, PM Marcos, JR Ascenso and PJ Cragg, Supramol. Chem., 2007, 19, 199-206.
  46. α-Lipoic acid and glutathione protect against the prooxidant activity of SOD/catalase mimetic salen Mn(III) derivatives, F Fucassi, JE Lowe, KD Pavey, S Shah, RGA Faragher, MHL Green, D O’Hare and PJ Cragg*, J. Inorg. Biochem., 2007, 101, 225-232.
  47. Observation of transient metal inclusion in oxacalix[3]arenes, M Miah, KD Pavey, VM Gun’ko, R Sheehan and PJ Cragg*, Supramol. Chem., 2004, 16, 185-192.
  48. In flagrante metallo-cyclophane self-assembly? PJ Cragg, FR Heirtzler, MJ Howard, I Prokes and T Weyhermüller, Chem. Commun., 2004, 280-281.
  49. Linoleic acid and antioxidants protect against DNA damage induced by palmitic acid, N Beeharry, JE Lowe, A Rosales Hernandez, J Chambers, F Fucassi, PJ Cragg, MHL Green and IC Green, Mut. Res., 2003, 530, 27-33.
  50. The voltammetric behavior of superoxide dismutase/catalase mimics, D O’Hare, F Fucassi, PJ Cragg and MHL Green, Electroanalysis, 2003, 15, 1101-1107.
  51. Lanthanide crown ethers as building blocks for luminescent ternary complexes, SW Magennis, J Craig, A Gardner, F Fucassi, PJ Cragg, N Robertson, S Parsons and Z Pikramenou, Polyhedron, 2003, 22, 745-754.
  52. Cooperative anion binding and electrochemical sensing by modular podands, LO Abouderbala, WJ Belcher, MG Boutelle, PJ Cragg, JW Steed, DR Turner and KJ Wallace, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA, 2002, 99, 5001-5006.
  53. Acid catalyzed formation of hexahomooxacalix[3]arenes, M Miah, NN Romanov and PJ Cragg*, J. Org. Chem., 2002, 67, 3124-3126.
  54. C-Donor lariat ether ‘scorpionates’, P Arya, A Channa, PJ Cragg, PD Prince and JW Steed, New J. Chem., 2002, 26, 440-447.
  55. Anion sensing ‘venus flytrap’ hosts: a modular approach, LO Abouderbala, WJ Belcher, MG Boutelle, PJ Cragg, J Dhaliwal, M Fabre, JW Steed, DR Turner and KJ Wallace, Chem. Commun., 2002, 358-359.
  56. Real-time monitoring of stain formation and removal on calcium hydroxyapatite surfaces using quartz crystal sensor technology, J Langford, KD Pavey, CJ Olliff, PJ Cragg, GW Hanlon, F Paul and GD Rees, Analyst, 2002, 127, 360-367 and front cover.
  57. Implications for mercury toxicity from the structure of an oxacalix[3]arene-HgCl2 complex? PJ Cragg*, M Miah and JW Steed, Supramol. Chem., 2002, 14, 75-78.
  58. Vitamin C induced decomposition of lipid hydroperoxides: direct evidence of genotoxin-DNA binding detected by QCRS, KD Pavey , M Miah, F Fucassi, F Paul and PJ Cragg*, Chem. Commun., 2001, 1886-1887.
  59. Characterisation of small molecule binding to DNA using a quartz crystal resonant sensor, F Fucassi, KD Pavey, JE Lowe, CJ Olliff, MHL Green, F Paul and PJ Cragg*, Chem. Commun., 2001, 841-842.
  60. Conformational preferences of O-substituted oxacalix[3]arenes, PJ Cragg*, MGB Drew and JW Steed, Supramol. Chem., 1999, 11, 5-15.
  61. Formation of an organometallic coordination polymer from the reaction of silver(I) with a non-complementary lariat ether, PD Prince, PJ Cragg and JW Steed, Chem. Commun., 1999, 1179-1180.
  62. A ‘toothpaste tube’ model for ion transport through trans-membrane channels, PJ Cragg*, MC Allen and JW Steed, Chem. Commun., 1999, 553-554.
  63. Molecular Architecture 2. Synthesis and metal complexation of heptacyclic terpyridyl molecular clefts, TW Bell, PJ Cragg, A Firestone, AD-I Kwok, J Liu, RT Ludwig and A Sodoma, J. Org. Chem., 1998, 63, 2232-2243.
  64. A novel in vivo nitric oxide sensor, E Leung, PJ Cragg, D O’Hare and M O’Shea, Chem. Commun., 1996, 23-24.
  65. Conformational study of the macrocycle 1,4,7-trithiacyclononane in metal complexes, J Beech, PJ Cragg and MGB Drew, J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans., 1994, 719-729.
  66. A comparison of methods for the computer modelling of crystal structures, PJ Cragg and MGB Drew, J. Computer-Aided Materials Design, 1993, 1, 149-168.
  67. Synthesis of new torands and new uses for old torands, TW Bell, PJ Cragg, MGB Drew, A Firestone, AD-I Kwok, J Liu, RT Ludwig and AT Papoulis, Pure & Appl. Chem., 1993, 65, 361-366.
  68. Synthesis of 1,2-ditellurolane derivatives, MV Lashmikantham, MP Cava, WHH Gunther, PN Nugara, KA Belmore, JL Atwood and P Craig (sic), J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1993, 115, 885-888 (Name correction: JACS, 1993, 115, 4947).
  69. A supramolecular assembly of two torands, two lithium ions and three water molecules, TW Bell, PJ Cragg, MGB Drew, A Firestone and AD-I Kwok, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., 1992, 31, 348-350.
  70. Conformational preference of the torand ligand in its complexes with potassium and rubidium picrate, TW Bell, PJ Cragg, MGB Drew, A Firestone and AD-I Kwok, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., 1992, 31, 345-347.
  71. Lanthanide and actinide complexes of monoaza-15-crown-5. Synthesis and crystal structures of [La(monoaza-15-crown-5)(NO3)3] and [UO2(NO3)2]2(μ-H2O)2(monoaza-15-crown-5)2, PJ Cragg, SG Bott and JL Atwood, Lanth. Act. Res., 1988, 2, 265-277.*corresponding author


  1. Progress in the chemistry of macrocyclic meroterpenoids, DN Shurpik, AА Akhmedov, PJ Cragg, VV Plemenkov and II Stoikov, Plants20209#1592
  2. Antimicrobial activity of calixarenes and related macrocycles, DN Shurpik, II Stoikov and PJ Cragg*, Molecules, 2020, 25, #5145
  3. Pillar[n]arenes at the chemistry-biology interface, PJ Cragg*, Israel J Chem, 2018, 58, 1194-1208
  4. Lithium ion sensors, M Kamenica, RR Kothur, A Willows, BA Patel, PJ. Cragg*, Sensors, 2017, 17, 2430
  5. Recent advances in pillar[5]arene chemistry, RR Kothur and PJ Cragg*, Sci. Adv. Today, 2016, 2, 25247 (24 pages)
  6. Pillar[n]arene-based chemical sensors, RR Kothur, BA Patel and PJ Cragg*, ScienceJet, 2015, 4 (8 pages)
  7. Fifty years of oxacalix[3]arenes: a review, K Cottet, PM Marcos and PJ Cragg, Beilstein J. Org. Chem., 2012, 8, 201-226.
  8. Pillar[5]arenes: fascinating cyclophanes with a bright future, PJ Cragg* and K Sharma, Chem. Soc. Rev., 2012, 43, 597-607. (255 citations as of 23/06/17)
  9. Calixarene based chemical sensors, K Sharma and PJ Cragg*, Chem. Sensor., 2011, 1, 9 (17 pages).
  10. Design and synthesis of transition metal and inner transition metal binding calixarenes, S Siddiqui and PJ Cragg*, Mini Rev. Org. Chem., 2009, 6, 283-299.
  11. Transmembrane ion transport by calixarenes and their derivatives, KSJ Iqbal and PJ Cragg*, Dalton Trans., (invited ‘Dalton Frontier’ article), 2007, 26-32 and front cover.
  12. Homocalixarenes, PJ Cragg*, In the Encyclopedia of Supramolecular Chemistry (Eds. JL Atwood and JW Steed), Marcel Dekker, 2004, pp 649-657.
  13. Artificial transmembrane channels for sodium and potassium, PJ Cragg*, Science Progress, 2002, 85, 219-241.


  1. Supramolecular chemistry: from biological inspiration to biomedical applications by Peter J Cragg, Springer Science+Business Media B.V., Dordrecht, September 2010, ISBN: 978-90-481-2581-4.
  2. A Practical Guide to Supramolecular Chemistry by Peter J Cragg, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Chichester, September 2005; reprinted July 2006, ISBN: 978-0-470-86653-5 (HB)/978-0-470-86654-2 (PB)

Book chapters

  1. Chapter 1 Supramolecules, BM McVey and PJ Cragg* in Supramolecular Chemistry in Corrosion and Biofouling Protection, CRC Press, Boca Raton, 2022, pp. 1-16, ISBN: 978-0-367-769024
  2. Coordination chemistry and applications of phenolic homooxa- and homoazacalixarene–metal complexes, PM Marcos and PJ Cragg in The Chemistry of Metal Phenolates, Volume 2, (Patai’s Chemistry of Functional Groups), Wiley, Chichester, 2017, pp. 237-268, DOI: 10.1002/9780470682531.pat0847.
  3. Coordination chemistry and applications of phenolic thiacalixarene–metal complexes, PJ Cragg* and PM Marcos in The Chemistry of Metal Phenolates, Volume 2, (Patai’s Chemistry of Functional Groups), Wiley, Chichester, 2017, pp. 195-235, DOI: 10.1002/9780470682531.pat0915.
  4. Supramolecular Chemistry, PJ Cragg, in the Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, 2016, pp. 1-42
  5. Synthesis of a Macrocycle: C-Methyl[4]resorcinarene, C Baker, AS Cragg, RR. Kothur, F Fucassi and PJ Cragg*, in Comprehensive Organic Chemistry Experiments for the Laboratory Classroom, RSC Publishing, 2016, Cambridge, pp. 547-549
  6. Ion Channels and Ionophores, PJ Cragg* in The Lightest Metals: Science and Technology from Lithium to Calcium, Ed. TP Hanusa, John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., Chichester, 2015, pp. 185-204, ISBN 978-1-118-70328-1
  7. Computational Techniques (DFT, MM, TD-DFT, PCM), R Sheehan and PJ Cragg* In Supramolecular Chemistry: From Molecules to Nanomaterials, Eds. PA Gale and JW Steed, John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester, 2012, pp. 689-708, 978-0-470-74640-0
  8. Crown and Lariat Ethers, MR Vahora and PJ Cragg* In Supramolecular Chemistry: From Molecules to Nanomaterials, Eds. PA Gale and JW Steed, John Wiley & Sons Ltd., Chichester, 2012, pp. 733-752, ISBN 978-0-470-74640-0
  9. Supramolecular chemistry, PJ Cragg* In the Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, Concise, 5th Edition, Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 2007 pp. 981-985, ISBN 978-0-470-04748-4
  10. Supramolecular chemistry, PJ Cragg* In the Kirk-Othmer Encyclopedia of Chemical Technology, John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York, 2006, Volume 24, pp. 29-70. ISBN 978-0-471-48494-3
  11. Intrinsic chromophores and fluorophores in synthetic molecular receptors, TW Bell, DL Beckles, PJ Cragg, J Liu, J Maiorello, AT Papoulis and VJ Santora, in A.C.S Symposium Series No. 538: Fluorescent Chemosensors for Ion and Molecule Recognition, Ed.: AW Czarnick, American Chemical Society, Washington DC, 1993, pp. 85-103

Educational publications

  1. Hydrogen – an element for the Space Age! AS Cragg and PJ Cragg, Sch Sci Rev., 2019, 100, 31-35
  2. Going for (nano)gold: A university open day experiment for year 13 students, C Baker, BA Patel, AS Cragg and PJ Cragg, Sch. Sci Rev., 2013, 95, 67-71


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