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Characterization of Reactive Intermediates by Multinuclear Diffusion-Ordered NMR Spectroscopy (DOSY)
Deyu Li;Ivan Keresztes;Russell Hopson;Paul G. Williard.
Accounts of Chemical Research (2009)
Iron catalyzed CO2 hydrogenation to formate enhanced by Lewis acid co-catalysts.
Yuanyuan Zhang;Alex D. MacIntosh;Janice L. Wong;Elizabeth A. Bielinski.
Chemical Science (2015)
Controlling gold nanoclusters by diphospine ligands.
Jing Chen;Qian-Fan Zhang;Timary A. Bonaccorso;Paul G. Williard.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2014)
Resolution, asymmetric transformation, and configuration of Troeger's base. Application of Troeger's base as a chiral solvating agent
Samuel H. Wilen;Jian Zhong Qi;Paul G. Williard.
Journal of Organic Chemistry (1991)
X-ray crystal structures of lithium, sodium, and potassium enolates of pinacolone.
P. G. Williard;G. B. Carpenter.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1986)
Diffusion-Ordered NMR Spectroscopy (DOSY) of THF Solvated n-Butyllithium Aggregates
Ivan Keresztes and;Paul G. Williard.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2000)
Formula weight prediction by internal reference diffusion-ordered NMR spectroscopy (DOSY).
Deyu Li;Gerald Kagan;Russell Hopson;Paul G. Williard.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (2009)
Boron trihalide-methyl sulfide complexes as convenient reagents for dealkylation of aryl ethers
Paul G. Williard;Craig B. Fryhle.
Tetrahedron Letters (1980)
Solid-state structures of n-butyllithium-TMEDA, -THF, and -DME complexes
Michael A. Nichols;Paul G. Williard.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1993)
STRUCTURAL CONSEQUENCES OF THE ADDITION OF LITHIUM HALIDES IN ENOLIZATION AND ALDOL REACTIONS
Kenneth W. Henderson;Andrea E. Dorigo;† Qi-Yong Liu;Paul G. Williard.
Journal of the American Chemical Society (1996)
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