Allan Blackman is a Professor at the Auckland University of Technology in Auckland, New Zealand. He obtained his BSc(Hons) and PhD degrees from the University of Otago, New Zealand. He has taught all levels of undergraduate chemistry, in the areas of inorganic and physical chemistry, for over 24 years. Allan’s research interests lie mainly in the field of coordination chemistry, where he studies the synthesis, structure and reactivity of coordination complexes. He has spent research periods in the US (Indiana University, the University of Minnesota), Australia (the University of Queensland) and France (Universite Joseph Fourier, Grenoble), and has also given numerous undergraduate lectures at the National University of Defense Technology, Changsha, China, where he has been appointed a Guest Professor. Allan regularly appears on TV as a science commentator, and published a monthly newspaper column concerning all things chemical. Outside science, his interests include music and sport.
Authors: Allan Blackman, Siegbert Schmid, Mauro Mocerino, Uta Wille, Steve Bottle
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The fourth edition of Chemistry, 4th Edition (Blackman et al.) continues the substantial commitment of Wiley to Chemistry Education in Australia and New Zealand by providing the appropriate mix of [...]
Authors: Allan Blackman, Daniel Southam, Gwen Lawrie, Natalie Williamson, Chris Thompson, Adam Bridgeman
The second edition of Chemistry: Core Concepts, 2nd Edition (Blackman et al.) has been developed by a group of leading chemistry educators for students entering university with little or no [...]