2009 - Fellow of the American Chemical Society
2000 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
1983 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
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Excited-state proton transfer: from constrained systems to "super" photoacids to superfast proton transfer.
Laren M. Tolbert;Kyril M. Solntsev.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2002)
A technique to compare polythiophene solid-state dye sensitized TiO2 solar cells to liquid junction devices
Greg P. Smestad;Stefan Spiekermann;Janusz Kowalik;Christian D. Grant.
Solar Energy Materials and Solar Cells (2003)
Pentacene Disproportionation during Sublimation for Field-Effect Transistors
Luke B Roberson;Janusz Kowalik;Laren M Tolbert;Christian Kloc.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
Solvatochromism of the Green Fluorescence Protein Chromophore and Its Derivatives
Jian Dong;Kyril M. Solntsev;Laren M. Tolbert.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2006)
Photoexcited Proton Transfer from Enhanced Photoacids
Laren M. Tolbert;Jeanne E. Haubrich.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1994)
Solitons in a box: The organic chemistry of electrically conducting polyenes
Laren M. Tolbert.
Accounts of Chemical Research (1992)
Photochemistry of “Super” Photoacids. 2. Excited-State Proton Transfer in Methanol/Water Mixtures
Kyril M. Solntsev;Dan Huppert;and Noam Agmon;Laren M. Tolbert.
Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2000)
Conformationally Locked Chromophores as Models of Excited-State Proton Transfer in Fluorescent Proteins
Mikhail S. Baranov;Konstantin A. Lukyanov;Alexandra O. Borissova;Jordan Shamir.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
Picosecond kinetics of the excited-state, proton-transfer reaction of 1-naphthol in water
S. P. Webb;Laura A. Philips;Sheila W. Yeh;Laren M. Tolbert.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1986)
Topochemistry and Photomechanical Effects in Crystals of Green Fluorescent Protein-like Chromophores: Effects of Hydrogen Bonding and Crystal Packing
Panče Naumov;Janusz Kowalik;Kyril M. Solntsev;Anthony Baldridge.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2010)
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