2014 - Fellow of the American Chemical Society
1992 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Kenneth D. Karlin mostly deals with Copper, Stereochemistry, Reactivity, Medicinal chemistry and Ligand. His Copper research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Transition metal dioxygen complex, Inorganic chemistry, Polymer chemistry, Molecule and Combinatorial chemistry. His Stereochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Hydroxylation, Active site, Amine gas treating, Substrate and Reaction mechanism.
His work deals with themes such as Crystallography, Adduct, Tetradentate ligand, Acetonitrile and Aqueous solution, which intersect with Reactivity. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Chelation, Bond cleavage, Photochemistry, Cytochrome c oxidase and Cyclic voltammetry. His Ligand research integrates issues from Steric effects, Moiety, Extended X-ray absorption fine structure and Histidine.
Kenneth D. Karlin mostly deals with Copper, Stereochemistry, Reactivity, Ligand and Medicinal chemistry. The concepts of his Copper study are interwoven with issues in Crystallography, Inorganic chemistry, Polymer chemistry, Photochemistry and Adduct. Kenneth D. Karlin works mostly in the field of Stereochemistry, limiting it down to topics relating to Molecule and, in certain cases, Tertiary amine and Inorganic compound.
His Reactivity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Transition metal dioxygen complex, Substituent, Substrate and Thioether. His Ligand research integrates issues from Chelation, Nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy and Intramolecular force. As a part of the same scientific study, Kenneth D. Karlin usually deals with the Medicinal chemistry, concentrating on Amine gas treating and frequently concerns with Tris.
His primary areas of investigation include Photochemistry, Medicinal chemistry, Ligand, Copper and Reactivity. In his work, Active site, Molecule, Covalent bond, Ferric and Cytochrome c oxidase is strongly intertwined with Heme, which is a subfield of Photochemistry. His research in Medicinal chemistry intersects with topics in Inorganic chemistry, Ferrocene, Nitric oxide dioxygenase, Superoxide and Amine gas treating.
His study in Ligand is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Protonation, Electron paramagnetic resonance, Catalytic cycle, Hydrogen bond and Intramolecular force. His work deals with themes such as Group 2 organometallic chemistry, Crystallography, Polymer chemistry and Stereochemistry, Bioinorganic chemistry, which intersect with Copper. His Reactivity research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Adduct, Resonance, Thioether and Cleavage.
His primary scientific interests are in Electron transfer, Catalysis, Medicinal chemistry, Photochemistry and Inorganic chemistry. His Catalysis study combines topics in areas such as Decamethylferrocene, Ferrocene, Cofactor, Copper protein and Combinatorial chemistry. His Ligand research extends to Medicinal chemistry, which is thematically connected.
The various areas that Kenneth D. Karlin examines in his Photochemistry study include Flash photolysis, Mesoporous silica, Mesoporous material, Reactivity and Copper. He integrates several fields in his works, including Copper and Biogenesis. His Inorganic chemistry study incorporates themes from Acetonitrile, Oxygen and Hydrogen peroxide.
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Metalloenzymes, structural motifs, and inorganic models
Kenneth D. Karlin.
Bioinorganic chemistry of copper
Kenneth D. Karlin;Zoltán Tyeklár.
Kinetics and Thermodynamics of Copper(I)/Dioxygen Interaction
Kenneth D. Karlin;Susan Kaderli;Andreas D. Zuberbühler.
Accounts of Chemical Research (1997)
Synthetic models for heme-copper oxidases.
Eunsuk Kim;Eduardo E. Chufan;Kaliappan Kamaraj;Kenneth D. Karlin.
Chemical Reviews (2004)
Nitric Oxide in Biological Denitrification: Fe/Cu Metalloenzyme and Metal Complex NOx Redox Chemistry
Ian M. Wasser;Simon De Vries;Pierre MOëNNE-LOCCOZ;Imke Schröder.
Chemical Reviews (2002)
Reversible reaction of O2 (and CO) with a copper(I) complex. X-ray structures of relevant mononuclear Cu(I) precursor adducts and the trans-(μ-1,2-peroxo)dicopper(II) product
Zoltán Tyeklár;Zoltán Tyeklár;Richard R. Jacobson;Richard R. Jacobson;Ning Wei;Ning Wei;Narasappa Narasimha Murthy;Narasappa Narasimha Murthy.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1993)
Copper-mediated hydroxylation of an arene ― model system for the action of copper monooxygenases: structures of a binuclear Cu(I) complex and its oxygenated product
Kenneth D. Karlin;Jon C. Hayes;Yilma Gultneh;Richard W. Cruse.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1984)
Oxidant types in copper-dioxygen chemistry: the ligand coordination defines the Cu(n)-O2 structure and subsequent reactivity
Lanying Q. Hatcher;Kenneth D. Karlin.
Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry (2004)
Tetragonal vs. trigonal coordination in copper(II) complexes with tripod ligands: structures and properties of [Cu(C21H24N4)Cl]PF6 and [Cu(C18H18N4)Cl]PF6
Kenneth D. Karlin;Jon C. Hayes;Shi. Juen;John P. Hutchinson.
Inorganic Chemistry (1982)
Binding and Activation of Molecular Oxygen by Copper Complexes
Kenneth D. Karlin;Yilma Gultneh.
Progress in Inorganic Chemistry (2007)
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