1995 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Edinburgh
John C. Walton focuses on Radical, Organic chemistry, Photochemistry, Medicinal chemistry and Electron paramagnetic resonance. His studies in Radical integrate themes in fields like Oxime, Ring and Double bond. The various areas that John C. Walton examines in his Ring study include Combinatorial chemistry and Molecule.
His research integrates issues of Reaction rate constant, Boranes, Borane and Carbene in his study of Photochemistry. His Medicinal chemistry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Dissociation and Alkyl. The study incorporates disciplines such as Yield, Silica gel, Reactivity, Vitamin E and Vitamin C in addition to Electron paramagnetic resonance.
His primary areas of study are Radical, Photochemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Electron paramagnetic resonance and Organic chemistry. His studies in Radical integrate themes in fields like Ring, Alkyl and Stereochemistry. His work deals with themes such as Yield, Reagent and Combinatorial chemistry, which intersect with Ring.
In general Photochemistry study, his work on Free-radical addition often relates to the realm of Spectroscopy, thereby connecting several areas of interest. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Steric effects, Dissociation and Reaction mechanism. His studies deal with areas such as Crystallography, Substituent and Physical chemistry as well as Electron paramagnetic resonance.
John C. Walton spends much of his time researching Radical, Ring, Photochemistry, Organic chemistry and Electron paramagnetic resonance. His Radical research incorporates elements of Oxime, Medicinal chemistry, Molecule, Carbene and Aryl. His Medicinal chemistry research includes themes of Hydrogen atom abstraction and Borane.
His Ring research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Yield, Reagent, Reaction rate constant, Intramolecular force and Quinazoline. The Photochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Substituent, Dissociation, Deprotonation and Organic synthesis. His work in Electron paramagnetic resonance addresses issues such as Stereochemistry, which are connected to fields such as Nucleophilic substitution.
His main research concerns Radical, Organic chemistry, Ring, Oxime and Photochemistry. His Radical study combines topics in areas such as Medicinal chemistry, Photoredox catalysis, Electron paramagnetic resonance, Combinatorial chemistry and Aryl. Medicinal chemistry is often connected to Alkyl in his work.
The various areas that John C. Walton examines in his Ring study include Reagent, Toluene, Molecule and Acceptor. He has included themes like Ketone, Homolysis, Quinazoline and Phenanthridine in his Oxime study. John C. Walton has researched Photochemistry in several fields, including Organic synthesis, Boranes, Borane and Carbene.
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Free-Radical Chemistry: Structure and Mechanism
D.C. Nonhebel;J. C. Walton.
FLIGHT FROM THE TYRANNY OF TIN : THE QUEST FOR PRACTICAL RADICAL SOURCES FREE FROM METAL ENCUMBRANCES
Paul A. Baguley;John C. Walton.
Angewandte Chemie (1998)
Programming Organic Molecules: Design and Management of Organic Syntheses through Free-Radical Cascade Processes.
Andrew J. McCarroll;John C. Walton.
Angewandte Chemie (2001)
N-Heterocyclic Carbene Boryl Radicals: A New Class of Boron-Centered Radical
Shau-Hua Ueng;Andrey Solovyev;Xinting Yuan;Steven J Geib.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
Oxidative degradation of β-carotene and β-Apo-8'-carotenal
Raphael C. Mordi;John C. Walton;Graham W. Burton;Lise Hughes.
Conceptual and Synthetic Strategies for the Preparation of Organic Magnets
Joe A Crayston;John N Devine;John C Walton.
The importance of polarity and steric effects in determining the rate and orientation of free radical addition to olefins
John M. Tedder;John C. Walton.
EPR Studies of the Generation, Structure, and Reactivity of N-Heterocyclic Carbene Borane Radicals
John C. Walton;Malika Makhlouf Brahmi;Louis Fensterbank;Emmanuel Lacôte.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2010)
The kinetics and orientation of free-radical addition to olefins
John M. Tedder;John C. Walton.
Accounts of Chemical Research (1976)
Microwave-assisted syntheses of N-heterocycles using alkenone-, alkynone- and aryl-carbonyl O-phenyl oximes: formal synthesis of neocryptolepine.
Fernando Portela-Cubillo;Jackie S. Scott;John C. Walton.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (2008)
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