2012 - Member of the National Academy of Sciences
1993 - Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
1984 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
John T. Groves mostly deals with Porphyrin, Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Medicinal chemistry and Hydroxylation. Porphyrin is a subfield of Photochemistry that he studies. The study incorporates disciplines such as Kinetics, Oxygen, Halogenation and Aqueous solution in addition to Catalysis.
His Manganese, Enantioselective synthesis and Intercalation study in the realm of Organic chemistry connects with subjects such as Pet imaging. His Medicinal chemistry research includes themes of Aliphatic compound, Alkyl and High-valent iron. His study looks at the intersection of Hydroxylation and topics like Stereochemistry with Cytochrome and Stereospecificity.
Catalysis, Porphyrin, Photochemistry, Organic chemistry and Stereochemistry are his primary areas of study. His study on Catalysis also encompasses disciplines like
He works mostly in the field of Medicinal chemistry, limiting it down to topics relating to Alkyl and, in certain cases, Selectivity, as a part of the same area of interest. His Photochemistry research includes elements of Peroxynitrite, Ruthenium, Bond cleavage, Reaction rate constant and Oxygen. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Stereochemistry, Peroxidase and Cytochrome P450 is strongly linked to Cytochrome.
John T. Groves mainly focuses on Catalysis, Organic chemistry, Manganese, Inorganic chemistry and Photochemistry. His work deals with themes such as Ion, Radical, Halogenation and Porphyrin, which intersect with Catalysis. His Manganese study combines topics in areas such as Oxygen, Fluorine and Polymer chemistry.
The Photochemistry study which covers Reaction rate constant that intersects with Mixed Function Oxygenases. John T. Groves studied Hydroxylation and Stereochemistry that intersect with Substrate. His Alkyl research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Functional group, Selectivity and Medicinal chemistry.
John T. Groves mostly deals with Organic chemistry, Catalysis, Photochemistry, Manganese and Hydroxylation. His studies in Catalysis integrate themes in fields like Azide, Hydrogen atom abstraction, Radical and Halogenation. A large part of his Photochemistry studies is devoted to Porphyrin.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Primary alcohol, Alcohol, Diacetone alcohol and Nanotechnology. His research in Manganese intersects with topics in Medicinal chemistry, Bond cleavage, Oxygen, Fluorine and Nucleophile. The various areas that John T. Groves examines in his Hydroxylation study include Reactivity, Hydrogen peroxide, Radical clock and Mixed Function Oxygenases.
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High-valent iron-porphyrin complexes related to peroxidase and cytochrome P-450
John T. Groves;Robert C. Haushalter;Mikio Nakamura;Thomas E. Nemo.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1981)
High-valent iron in chemical and biological oxidations.
John Taylor Groves.
Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry (2006)
Aliphatic hydroxylation via oxygen rebound. Oxygen transfer catalyzed by iron
John T. Groves;Gary A. McClusky.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1976)
Oxygen Activation and Radical Transformations in Heme Proteins and Metalloporphyrins
Xiongyi Huang;John T. Groves.
Chemical Reviews (2018)
Detection and Characterization of an Oxomanganese(V) Porphyrin Complex by Rapid-Mixing Stopped-Flow Spectrophotometry
John T. Groves;Jinbo Lee;Sudhakar S. Marla.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1997)
Oxidative Aliphatic C-H Fluorination with Fluoride Ion Catalyzed by a Manganese Porphyrin
Wei Liu;Xiongyi Huang;Mu Jeng Cheng;Robert J. Nielsen.
Aliphatic hydroxylation catalyzed by iron porphyrin complexes
J. T. Groves;T. E. Nemo.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1983)
Asymmetric hydroxylation, epoxidation, and sulfoxidation catalyzed by vaulted binaphthyl metalloporphyrins
John Taylor Groves;Peter Viski;Peter Viski.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (1990)
The bioinorganic chemistry of iron in oxygenases and supramolecular assemblies
John Taylor Groves.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (2003)
Reactive iron porphyrin derivatives related to the catalytic cycles of cytochrome P-450 and peroxidase. Studies of the mechanism of oxygen activation
John Taylor Groves;Yoshihito Watanabe.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1988)
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