Borrowing concepts from Organic chemistry, John C. Huffman weaves in ideas under Environmental chemistry. He integrates Organic chemistry and Environmental chemistry in his research. His Connection (principal bundle) research extends to Geometry, which is thematically connected. His Connection (principal bundle) study frequently involves adjacent topics like Column (typography). His Geometry research extends to the thematically linked field of Column (typography). John C. Huffman performs multidisciplinary studies into Radiochemistry and Nuclear chemistry in his work. In his works, he undertakes multidisciplinary study on Nuclear chemistry and Nuclear physics. His Isotopes of oxygen research extends to the thematically linked field of Nuclear physics. John C. Huffman merges many fields, such as Isotopes of oxygen and Oxygen, in his writings.
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Molecular Design of Single-Site Metal Alkoxide Catalyst Precursors for Ring-Opening Polymerization Reactions Leading to Polyoxygenates. 1. Polylactide Formation by Achiral and Chiral Magnesium and Zinc Alkoxides, (η3-L)MOR, Where L = Trispyrazolyl- and Trisindazolylborate Ligands
Malcolm H. Chisholm;Nancy W. Eilerts;John C. Huffman;Suri S. Iyer.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2000)
Structural and Magnetic Properties of [Ni4(.mu.3-OMe)4(dbm)4(MeOH)4] and [Ni4(.eta.1,.mu.3-N3)4(dbm)4(EtOH)4]. Magnetostructural Correlations for [Ni4X4]4+ Cubane Complexes
Malcolm A. Halcrow;Jui-Sui Sun;John C. Huffman;George Christou.
Inorganic Chemistry (1995)
Preparation and physical properties of trinuclear oxo-centered manganese complexes of general formulation [Mn3O(O2CR)6L3]0,+ (R = methyl or phenyl; L = a neutral donor group) and the crystal structures of [Mn3O(O2CMe)6(pyr)3](pyr) and [Mn3O(O2CPh)6(pyr)2(H2O)].cntdot.0.5MeCN
John B. Vincent;Hsiu Rong Chang;Kirsten Folting;John C. Huffman.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1987)
Crystal Structure of a Silyl Cation with No Coordination to Anion and Distant Coordination to Solvent
Joseph B. Lambert;Shizhong Zhang;Charlotte L. Stern;John C. Huffman.
Reactions of Metal-Metal Multiple Bonds. 10. Reactions of Mo2(OR)6 (M Triple Bond M) and (M(OR)4)x Compounds with Molecular Oxygen. Preparation and Characterization of Oxo-Alkoxides of Formula MoO2(OR)2, MoO2(OR)2(bpy), MoO(OR)4, Mo3O(OR)10, Mo4O8(OR)4(py)4 and Mo6O10(OR)12.
Malcolm H. Chisholm;Kirsten Folting;John C. Huffman;Charles C. Kirkpatrick.
Inorganic Chemistry (1984)
Modeling the photosynthetic water oxidation center. Preparation and properties of tetranuclear manganese complexes containing [Mn4O2]6+,7+,8+ cores, and the crystal structures of Mn4O2(O2CMe)6(bipy)2 and [Mn4O2(O2CMe)7(bipy)2](ClO4)
John B. Vincent;Cheryl Christmas;Hsiu Rong Chang;Qiaoying Li.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1989)
Monomeric metal alkoxides and trialkyl siloxides: (BDI)Mg(OtBu)(THF) and (BDI)Zn(OSiPh3)(THF). Comments on single site catalysts for ring-opening polymerization of lactides
Malcolm H. Chisholm;John C. Huffman;Khamphee Phomphrai.
Journal of The Chemical Society-dalton Transactions (2001)
Metal-metal multiple bonds in ordered assemblies. 1. Tetranuclear molybdenum and tungsten carboxylates involving covalently linked metal-metal quadruple bonds. Molecular models for subunits of one-dimensional stiff-chain polymers
Roger H. Cayton;Malcolm H. Chisholm;John C. Huffman;Emil B. Lobkovsky.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1991)
Bis(2,2'-bipyridyl)diisopropoxymolybdenum(II). Structural and spectroscopic evidence for molybdenum-to-bipyridyl .pi.* bonding
M. H. Chisholm;J. C. Huffman;I. P. Rothwell;P. G. Bradley.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1981)
Tetranuclear and Octanuclear Manganese Carboxylate Clusters: Preparation and Reactivity of (NBun4)[Mn4O2(O2CPh)9(H2O)] and Synthesis of (NBun4)2[Mn8O4(O2CPh)12(Et2mal)2(H2O)2] with a “Linked-Butterfly” Structure
Michael W. Wemple;Hui Lien Tsai;Sheyi Wang;Juan Pablo Claude.
Inorganic Chemistry (1996)
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