Jackson Group News
Poster presentations at the 253rd ACS National meeting in San Francisco by Derek Rice, Allyssa Massie, Melissa Denler, Joshua Parham, and Aruna Munasinghe.
Equatorial Ligand Perturbations Influence the Reactivity of Manganese(IV)-Oxo Complexes by Allyssa Massie, Melissa Denler, et. al in Angewandte Chemi International Edition
Welcome to the group, Yuri Lee!
Spectroscopic and Computational Investigations of a Mononuclear Manganese(IV)-Oxo Complex Reveal Electronic Structure Contributions to Reactivity by Domenick Leto, Allyssa Massie, and Derek Rice in JACS.
Steric and Electronic Influence on Proton-Coupled Electron-Transfer Reactivity of a Mononuclear Mn(III)-Hydroxo Complex by Derek Rice, Gayan Wijeratne, Andrew Burr, and Josh Parham in Inorganic Chemistry
Congratulations to Hannah Colmer, graduating with Ph.D with honors!
Welcome to the group, Aruna Munasinghe!
Welcome to the group, Melissa Denler!
Congratulations to Gayan Wijeratne, graduating with Ph.D. with honors!
Presentation by Gayan Wijeratne, "Dioxygen activation under ambient conditions using bio-inspired manganese(II) complexes to generate mid-valent oxidants for catalytic O–H bond oxidations," and poster presentation by Hannah Colmer, "Formation, Characterization, and O-O Bond Activation of a Bio-inspired Peroxomanganese(III) Complex," at 249th ACS National Meeting and Exposition, Denver, CO.
"O–H bond oxidation by a monomeric Mn(III)–OMe complex" by Gayan Wijeratne published in Dalton Transactions
Welcome to the group, Josh Parham!
"Geometric and electronic structure of a peroxomanganese(III) complex supported by a scorpionate ligand" by Hannah Colmer published in Dalton Transactions
"Saturation Kinetics in Phenolic O–H Bond Oxidation by a Mononuclear Mn(III)–OH Complex Derived from Dioxygen" by Gayan Wijeratne and Briana Corzine published in Inorganic Chemistry
"Mn K-Edge X-ray Absorption Studies of Oxo- and Hydroxo-manganese(IV) Complexes: Experimental and Theoretical Insights into Pre-Edge Properties" by Domenick Leto published in Inorganic Chemistry
Domenick Leto graduates with Ph.D with honors
"Electrochemical formation and reactivity of a manganese peroxo complex: acid driven H2O2 generation vs. O–O bond cleavage " by Hannah Colmer published in Chemical Science
Poster presentation by Dr. Timothy Jackson at the Metals in Biology Gordon Research Conference and by Domenick Leto, Gayan Wijeratne, and Hannah Colmer at the Bioinorganic Gordon Research Seminar in Ventura, CA
"Peroxomanganese complexes as an aid to understanding redox-active manganese enzymes" by Domenick Leto published in the Journal of Biological Inorganic Chemistry
"Reaction landscape of a pentadentate N5-ligated MnII complex with O2˙− and H2O2 includes conversion of a peroxomanganese(III) adduct to a bis(μ-oxo)dimanganese(III,IV) species " by Domenick Leto published in Dalton Transactions
Poster presentation by Hannah Colmer at the 2013 Regional Career Development Conference at the Chemistry-Biology Interface, Urbana-Champaign, IL, "Determining the Role of High-Valent Manganese Oxo and Hydroxo Intermediates in Biomimetic Systems"
Dr. Timothy Jackson receives promotion to associate professor with tenure
"Spectroscopic Properties and Reactivity of a Mononuclear Oxomanganese(IV) Complex" by Domenick Leto published in Chemical Communications
"Electrochemical formation of Mn(III)-peroxo complexes supported by pentadentate amino pyridine and imidazole ligands" by Domenick Leto published in Chemical Communications
Presentation by Dr. Timothy Jackson at the 245th ACS National Meeting & Exposition, New Orleans, LA, "Spectroscopic and computational insights into manganese-dependent enzymes from studies of biomimetic manganese complexes"
"Vanadocene de Novo: Spectroscopic and Computational Analysis of Bis(η5-cyclopentadienyl)vanadium(II)" by Gayan Wijeratne published in Organometallics
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