2011 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
Michael M. Haley mostly deals with Annulene, Photochemistry, Stereochemistry, Organic chemistry and Carbon. His research in Annulene tackles topics such as Crystal structure which are related to areas like Triple bond, Electron acceptor, Molecular geometry and Absorption spectroscopy. His Photochemistry research includes themes of Electron donor and Solvatochromism.
His Stereochemistry study combines topics in areas such as Allotropes of carbon, Crystallography, Ring, Fluorescence spectrometry and van der Waals force. The study incorporates disciplines such as Combinatorial chemistry, Intramolecular force and Sonogashira coupling in addition to Carbon. His biological study deals with issues like Fluorene, which deal with fields such as Molecule, Affinities, Bond order and Electronic structure.
Michael M. Haley mostly deals with Stereochemistry, Molecule, Photochemistry, Annulene and Crystallography. His work carried out in the field of Stereochemistry brings together such families of science as Combinatorial chemistry, Reactivity, Ring and Medicinal chemistry. The concepts of his Combinatorial chemistry study are interwoven with issues in Supramolecular chemistry, Hydrogen bond and Anion binding.
Michael M. Haley combines subjects such as Conjugated system, Fluorene and Nanotechnology with his study of Molecule. His Photochemistry research integrates issues from Ion, Protonation, Electron donor and Fluorescence. The Annulene study combines topics in areas such as Delocalized electron, Benzene and Aromaticity.
Molecule, Photochemistry, Combinatorial chemistry, Stereochemistry and Supramolecular chemistry are his primary areas of study. Michael M. Haley has included themes like Crystallography, Fluorene, Diradical and Organic semiconductor in his Molecule study. His work on Coordination sphere as part of his general Crystallography study is frequently connected to Cyclic voltammetry, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His Photochemistry study also includes fields such as
His primary areas of investigation include Photochemistry, Molecule, Computational chemistry, Fluorene and Supramolecular chemistry. His work on Anthracene as part of general Photochemistry research is frequently linked to Electron paramagnetic resonance, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Molecule study incorporates themes from Derivative and Ground state.
His work is dedicated to discovering how Inorganic chemistry, Combinatorial chemistry are connected with Organic chemistry and other disciplines. His Conjugated system research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Crystallography and Diradical. The various areas that Michael M. Haley examines in his Receptor study include Ion, Nanotechnology and Stereochemistry.
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Efficient production of C60 (buckminsterfullerene), C60H36, and the solvated buckide ion
R. E. Haufler;J. Conceicao;L. P. F. Chibante;Y. Chai.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1990)
Carbon Networks Based on Dehydrobenzoannulenes: Synthesis of Graphdiyne Substructures
Michael M. Haley;Stephen C. Brand;Joshua J. Pak.
Angewandte Chemie (1997)
Synthesis and properties of annulenic subunits of graphyne and graphdiyne nanoarchitectures
Michael M. Haley.
Pure and Applied Chemistry (2008)
Renaissance of annulene chemistry.
Eric L. Spitler;and Charles A. Johnson Ii;Michael M. Haley.
Chemical Reviews (2006)
Structure-property relationships of donor/acceptor-functionalized tetrakis(phenylethynyl)benzenes and bis(dehydrobenzoannuleno)benzenes.
Jeremiah A. Marsden;Jeremie J. Miller;Laura D. Shirtcliff;Michael M. Haley.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2005)
Triazenes: a versatile tool in organic synthesis.
David B. Kimball;Michael M. Haley.
Angewandte Chemie (2002)
Carbon networks based on dehydrobenzoannulenes. 3. Synthesis of graphyne substructures
Joshua M. Kehoe;James H. Kiley;Jamieson J. English;Charles A. Johnson.
Organic Letters (2000)
6,12-Diarylindeno[1,2-b]fluorenes: Syntheses, Photophysics, and Ambipolar OFETs
Daniel T. Chase;Aaron G. Fix;Seok Ju Kang;Bradley D. Rose.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2012)
Recent Advances in Metallabenzene Chemistry
Christopher W. Landorf;Michael M. Haley.
Angewandte Chemie (2006)
Indeno[1,2-b]fluorenes: fully conjugated antiaromatic analogues of acenes.
Daniel T. Chase;Bradley D. Rose;Sean P. McClintock;Lev N. Zakharov.
Angewandte Chemie (2011)
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