May Research Round-Up

Congratulations to our amazing research teams here in the Department of Chemistry for their publications this month!

Blakey Group

Burman, J., Harris, R., Farr, C., Bacsa, J., & Blakey, S. B. (2019). Rh (III) and Ir (III) Cp* Complexes Provide Complementary Regioselectivity Profiles in Intermolecular Allylic CH Amidation ReactionsACS Catalysis.

Davies Group

Davies, H. M., & Liao, K. (2019). Dirhodium tetracarboxylates as catalysts for selective intermolecular C–H functionalizationNature Reviews Chemistry, 1.

Heaven Group

Schmitz, J. R., Kaledin, L. A., & Heaven, M. C. (2019). Laser induced fluorescence spectroscopy of jet-cooled ThOJournal of Molecular Spectroscopy.

Hill Group

Wang, X., Tao, M., Li, Y., Zhang, X., Li, Z., & Hill, C. L. (2019). A Polyoxometalate‐Based Microfluidic Device for Liquid Phase Oxidation of GlycerolChemSusChem.

Ke Group

Zhang, Y., Pan, V., Li, X., Yang, X., Li, H., Wang, P., & Ke, Y. (2019). Dynamic DNA StructuresSmall, 1900228.

Zhang, Y., Peng, R., Xu, F., & Ke, Y. (2019). Hierarchical Self-Assembly of Cholesterol-DNA NanorodsBioconjugate chemistry.

Lian Group

Ge, A., Rudshteyn, B., Videla, P. E., Miller, C. J., Kubiak, C. P., Batista, V. S., & Lian, T. (2019). Heterogenized Molecular Catalysts: Vibrational Sum-Frequency Spectroscopic, Electrochemical, and Theoretical InvestigationsAccounts of chemical research.

Salaita Group

Ma, V. P. Y., & Salaita, K. (2019). DNA Nanotechnology as an Emerging Tool to Study Mechanotransduction in Living SystemsSmall, 1900961.