Karl M. Kadish spends much of his time researching Electrochemistry, Photochemistry, Inorganic chemistry, Porphyrin and Crystallography. The concepts of his Electrochemistry study are interwoven with issues in Perchlorate, Medicinal chemistry and Molecule, Organic chemistry, Metal. His Photochemistry study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Singlet oxygen, Redox and Photoexcitation.
His Inorganic chemistry research incorporates elements of Chemical reduction, Cyclic voltammetry, Electrode and Aqueous solution. His Porphyrin research includes elements of Polymer chemistry, Cobalt, Catalysis, Radical and Free base. His Crystallography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Delocalized electron, Characterization, Unpaired electron, Electron paramagnetic resonance and Ion.
His primary scientific interests are in Electrochemistry, Photochemistry, Porphyrin, Inorganic chemistry and Medicinal chemistry. His Electrochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Crystallography, Pyridine, Redox and Polymer chemistry. His study explores the link between Crystallography and topics such as Stereochemistry that cross with problems in Molecule.
His Photochemistry research incorporates themes from Substituent and Solvent. His Porphyrin study incorporates themes from Supporting electrolyte, Free base, Catalysis and Pyrrole. Specifically, his work in Inorganic chemistry is concerned with the study of Cobalt.
His primary areas of investigation include Electrochemistry, Photochemistry, Porphyrin, Medicinal chemistry and Redox. He combines subjects such as Pyridine, Inorganic chemistry, Cobalt, Corrole and Polymer chemistry with his study of Electrochemistry. He usually deals with Inorganic chemistry and limits it to topics linked to Copper and Metal ions in aqueous solution and Metal.
Karl M. Kadish has included themes like Substituent, Cyclic voltammetry and Free base in his Photochemistry study. Karl M. Kadish merges Porphyrin with Volume in his study. The study incorporates disciplines such as Perchlorate, Phenyl group, Solvent, Nitro and Deprotonation in addition to Medicinal chemistry.
Karl M. Kadish mainly investigates Photochemistry, Electrochemistry, Porphyrin, Corrole and Redox. Karl M. Kadish has researched Photochemistry in several fields, including Perchlorate, Substituent, Cyclic voltammetry and Pyrrole. His research integrates issues of Yield, Cobalt, Absorption and Medicinal chemistry in his study of Electrochemistry.
To a larger extent, Karl M. Kadish studies Inorganic chemistry with the aim of understanding Cobalt. His work carried out in the field of Porphyrin brings together such families of science as Chemical reaction, Polymer chemistry, Catalysis, Aryl and Free base. His studies in Corrole integrate themes in fields like Crystallography, Ring, Molecule, Stereochemistry and Tetrapyrrole.
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The porphyrin handbook
Karl M. Kadish;Kevin M. Smith;Roger Guilard.
Electrochemistry of Metalloporphyrins in Nonaqueous Media
Karl M. Kadish;Eric Van Caemelbecke;Eric Van Caemelbecke.
Encyclopedia of Electrochemistry (2002)
Fullerenes : chemistry, physics, and technology
Karl M. Kadish;Rodney S. Ruoff.
The redox behavior of metallo octaethylporphyrins.
Fuhrhop Jh;Kadish Km;Davis Dg.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1973)
Spectroelectrochemical study of the C60 and C70 fullerenes and their mono-, di-, tri-, and tetraanions
Dominique Dubois;Karl M. Kadish;Scott Flanagan;R. E. Haufler.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1991)
Electrochemical detection of fulleronium and highly reduced fulleride (C605-) ions in solution
Dominique Dubois;Karl M. Kadish;Scott Flanagan;Lon J. Wilson.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1991)
Electroreduction of Buckminsterfullerene, C60, in aprotic solvents. Solvent, supporting electrolyte, and temperature effects
D. Dubois;G. Moninot;W. Kutner;M. T. Jones.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1992)
Electronic effects in transition metal porphyrins. 2. The sensitivity of redox and ligand addition reactions in para-substituted tetraphenylporphyrin complexes of cobalt (II).
F. Ann Walker;D. Beroiz;K. M. Kadish.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1976)
[email protected] Anion. An Unusually Stable Metallofullerene
Takeshi Akasaka;Takatsugu Wakahara;Shigeru Nagase;Kaoru Kobayashi.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2000)
Production of an Ultra‐Long‐Lived Charge‐Separated State in a Zinc Chlorin–C60 Dyad by One‐Step Photoinduced Electron Transfer
Kei Ohkubo;Hiroaki Kotani;Jianguo Shao;Zhongping Ou.
Angewandte Chemie (2004)
Journal of Porphyrins and Phthalocyanines
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