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  1. Justin N. Weilnau*, Sarah E. Black*, Veronica J. Chehata*, Michael P. Schmidt*, Kimberly L Holt*, Lindsay M. Carl*, Colin J. Straka*, Anderson L. Marsh, Walter A. Patton, and Courtney M. Lappas, " ZnS Nanocrystal Cytotoxicity is Influenced by Capping Agent Chemical Structure and Duration of Time in Suspension," Journal of Applied Toxicology, 2013, 33, 227-237 doi: 10.1012/jat.2811.
  2. Marc Harris, Allix Sanders*, Stephanie Velardo*, Lindsey McMahon*, Kenneth Houser*, and Johanna Scarino*, " Cu(II), Ag(I) and Pt(II) Bipyridine Oligomer Metallomacrocycles that Function as Efficient Host Complexes for the Encapsulation of Alkali Ion Guests," Inorganica Chimica Acta, 2011, 383, 332-340. doi:10.1016/j.ica.2011.11.050
  3. Kimberly A. Manbeck*, Nicholas C. Boaz*, Nathaniel C. Bair*, Allix M. S. Sanders*, and Anderson L. Marsh, "Substituent Effects on Keto-Enol Equilibria Using NMR Spectroscopy," Journal of Chemical Education, 2011, 88, 1444-1445. doi:10.1021/ed1010932
  4. Nathan E. Musselwhite*, Sarah B. Wagner*, Kimberly A. Manbeck*, Lindsay M. Carl*, Kyle M. Gross* and Anderson L. Marsh, "Activity and Selectivity of Colloidal Platinum Nanocatalysts for Aqueous Phase Cyclohexenone Hydrogenation," Applied Catalysis A, 2011, 402, 104-109. doi:10.1016/j.apcata.2011.05.033  
  5. Andrew Yeagley*, AuBrei J. Weigand-Heller*, Derek Hinds*, Ashley K. Gerrish*, Corey D. Weaver* and Owen A. Moe, “ Substituent and Solvent Dependence of the One-Electron Reduction Of 5-Substituted-N-Methylisatins in Aprotic Solvents,” Journal of Electroanalytical Chemistry, 2011, 651, 228-232.   doi:10.1016/j.jelechem.2010.11.013 
  6. Thomas*, Mark D.; Potter II*, Kenneth F.; Shipe*, Adam M.; Wier*, Adam D.; Peelen, Timothy J. Addition of Carbon-based Nucleophiles to Ester-substituted, Fmoc-protected N,O-Acetals as a Method for the Synthesis of Beta-Amino Acids J. Und. Chem. Res. 2010 12, 2464-2467. DOI: 10.1021/ol100494z
  7. Manbeck*, Kimberly A., Musselwhite*, Nathan E., Carl*, Lindsay M., Kauffman*, Carrie A., Lyons*, Oliver D., Navin*, Jason K., and Anderson L. Marsh, Factors Affecting Activity and Selectivity during Cyclohexanone Hydrogenation with Colloidal Platinum Nanocatalysts,, Applied Catalysis A 2010 384, 58-64.  doi:10.1016/j.apcata.2010.06.007
  8. Oliver D. Lyons*, Nathan E. Musselwhite*, Lindsay M. Carl*, Kimberly A. Manbeck*, and Anderson L. Marsh, Synthesis, Characterization, and Reaction Studies of a PVP-Capped Platinum Nanocatalyst Immobilized on Silica, Langmuir 2010 26, 16481-16485.  DOI: 10.1021/la101383s
  9. Boaz*, Nicholas C., Bair*, Nathaniel C., Le*, Thanh T., Timothy J. Peelen, Activation of Fmoc-Protected N,O-Acetals Using Trimethylsilyl Halides: Mechanistic and Synthetic Studies, Organic Letters 2010 12, 2464-2467. DOI: 10.1021/ol100494z
  10. Porambo*, Michael W.; Howard*, Heather R.; and A.L. Marsh, Dopant Effects on the Photocatalytic Activity of Colloidal Zinc Sulfide Semiconductor Nanocrystals for the Oxidation of 2-Chlorophenol, Journal of Physical Chemistry C  2010, 114,1580-1585. DOI: 10.1021/jp907061d
  11. Kauffman*, Carrie A.; Muza*, Amanda L.; Porambo*, Michael W.; and Anderson L. Marsh, Use of a Commercial Silver-Silver Chloride Electrode for the Measurement of Cell Potentials to Determine Mean Ionic Activity Coefficients, The Chemical Educator 2010, 15, 178-180.
  12. Hartman*, Alison E.; Brophy*, Cheryl L., Cupp*, Julia A., Hodge*, Daniel K., and Timothy J. Peelen, Addition of Carbon-Based Nucleophiles to Fmoc-Protected Acyl Iminium Ions, Journal of Organic Chemistry 2009, 74, 3952-3954.
  13. Gordon*, Thomas R. and Anderson L. Marsh, Temperature Dependence of the Oxidation of 2-Chlorophenol by Hydrogen Peroxide in the Presence of Goethite, Catalysis Letters 2009, 132, 349-354.
  14. Porambo*, M.W. and A.L. Marsh, Synthesis and Photoluminescent Properties of Doped ZnS Nanocrystals Capped by Poly(vinylpyrrolidone), Optical Materials 2009, 31, 1631-1635.
  15. Navin*, Jason K.; Grass, M., Somorjai, G.A. and A.L. Marsh, Characterization of Colloidal Platinum Nanoparticles by MALDI-TOF Mass Spectroscopy, Analytical Chemistry 2009, 81, 6295-6299.
  16. Timothy Garrett*, Jeremy Umbenhauer*, Gary Romberger*, Amy Smith*, Mandy Goulden*, Justin Engle*, and Marc Harris, NOSYL as an Efficient Protecting Group for the Synthesis of Bipyridine Aza-Crown Ether Macrocycles, Journal of Undergraduate Chemistry Research, 2008, 7(1), 36-43.
  17. Marc Harris, Kenneth Houser*, Johanna Scarino*, Scott Wallace*, Brandon Arndt*, Amy Smith*, Gary Romberger*, and Allix Sanders*, Ethylene oxide-bridged bipyridine oligomers that function as selective host molecules for the encapsulation of small alkali cation guests,  Journal of Inclusion Phenomena and Macrocyclic Chemistry, 2008, 60, 153-161. (DOI 10.1007/s10847-007-9365-5).
  18. Mollie G. Kedney*, Kevin B. Strunk*, Lisa M. Giaquinto*, Jennifer A. Wagner*, Sidney Pollack, Walter A. Patton, Identification of bacteria using matrix-assisted laser desorption ionization time-of-flight mass spectrometry, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Education, 2007, 35, 425-433.
  19. Jessica L. Abbott*, Jordan M. Newell*, Christine M. Lightcap*, Mary E. Olanich*, Danielle T. Loughlin*, Melanie A. Weller*, Gary Lam*, Sidney Pollack, and Walter A. Patton, The Effects of Removing the GAT Domain from E. coli GMP Synthetase, The Protein Journal, 2006, 25, 483-491. (DOI 10.1007/s10930-006-9032-5).
  20. Owen A. Moe, Walter A. Patton, Yun K.Kwon*, and Mollie G. Kedney*, Ladder Sequencing of a Peptide Using MALDI-TOF Mass Spectrometry, Chemical Educator 2004, 9, 272-275. (DOI 10.1333/s00897040820a).
  21. Zhigang Zhou, Derek Fisher*, Jared Spidel*, Jodi Greenfield*, Brian Patson*, Aleem Fazal*, Carl T. Wigal, Owen A. Moe, Jeffry D. Madura, Kinetic and Docking Studies of the Interaction of Quinones with the Quinone Reductase Active Site, Biochemistry 2003, 42, 1985-1994.
  22. Aaron Aponick*, Robert J. Tomko Jr.*, Ryan S. Buzdygon*, Aleem N. Fazal*, Ellen L. Shughart*, Danielle M. McMaster*, Michael C. Myers*, William H. Pitcock Jr.* and Carl T. Wigal, Regioselective Organocadmium Alkylations of Substituted Quinones, Journal of Organic Chemistry 2002, 67, 242.
  23. Jessica L. Boyer*, Jodie E. Krum*, Michael C. Myers*, Aleem N. Fazal *, and C.T. Wigal, Synthetic Utility and Mechanistic Implications of the Fries Rearrangement of Hydroquinone Diesters in Boron Trifluoride Complexes, Journal of Organic Chemistry 2000, 65, 4712.
  24. Ray E. Schaak*, D.B. Dahlberg, and K.B. Miller, The Electronic Nose: Studies on the Fundamental Response and Discriminative Power of Metal-Oxide Sensors, in Electronic Noses & SeSensor Array Based systems - Design  & Applications, Proceedings of the 5th International Ssymposium on Olfaction and the Electronic Nose, W. Jeffryey Hurst, ed., Technomic Publishing, Inc., 1999, 14-26.
  25. J. McKinley*, A. Aponick*, J.C. Raber*, and C.T. Wigal, Quinone Alkylation Using Organocadmium Reagents: A General Synthesis of Quinols, Journal of Organic Chemistry 1998, 63, 2676.
  26. J.E. Heffner*, J.C. Raber*, O.A.Moe, and C.T. Wigal, Using Cyclic Voltammetry and Molecular Modeling to Determine Substituent Effects in the One-Electron Reduction of Benzoquinones, Journal of Chemical Education 1998, 75, 365.
  27. A. Aponick*, E. Marchozzi*, C. Johnston, and C.T. Wigal, Determining the Authenticity of Gemstones Using Raman Spectroscopy, Journal of Chemical Education 1998, 75, 465.
  28. Dahlberg, S. Lee*, S. Wenger*, and J. Vargo* "Classification of Vegetable Oils by FT-IR," Applied Spectroscopy 1997, 51, 1118.
  29. Jason McKinley*, Aaron Aponick*, Jeffrey C. Raber*, Christine Fritz*, David Montgomery, and Carl T. Wigal, Reactions of Alkyllithium and Grignard Reagents with Benzoquinone: Evidence for an Electron-Transfer Mechanism, Journal of Organic Chemistry 1997, 62, 4874.
  30. Janell E. Heffner*, Carl T. Wigal, and Owen A. Moe, Solvent Dependence of the One-Electron Reduction of Substituted Benzo- and Naphthoquinones, Electroanalysis 1997, 9, 629-632.
  31. C. Walters*, A. Keeney*, C. Wigal, C. Johnston, and R. Cornelius, The Spectrophotometric Analysis and Modeling of Sunscreens, Journal of Chemical Education 1997, 74, 99-102.
  32. Amy M. Bonser* and Owen A. Moe, Labeling Histidines in Cytochrome c, Journal of Chemical Education 1996, 73, 794-797.
  33. C.T. Wigal, J.D. McKinley*, J. Coyle, D.J. Porter*, and D. Lehman*, Acid Catalyzed Dehydration of Substituted Dienediols, Journal of Organic Chemistry 1995, 60, 8421.
  34. D. J. Porter, A.T. Stewart, and C.T. Wigal, Synthesis of a Bromohydrin: An Experiment Demonstrating Markovnikov Addition, Journal of Chemical Education 1995, 72, 1039.
  35. Warren Daugherty*, Sheri Smith*, Carl Wigal, Susan Verhoek, and Stephen Williams, Distribution of 5-Hydroxy-1,4-Naphthoquinone Derivatives in the Juglandaceae (walnut family) and Related Families" Current Topics in Plant Physiology 1995 15, 335-337.
  36. A. Keeney*, C. Walters*, and R. Cornelius, Making Sparklers as an Introductory Laboratory, Journal of Chemical Education 1995, 72, 652.
  37. Patricia A. Haeusler*, Lance Dieter*, Karla J. Rittle*, Laura S. Shepler*, Amy L. Paszkowski*, and Owen A. Moe, Catalytic Properties of E. coli Polyphosphate Kinase: An Enzyme for ATP Regeneration, Biotechnol. Appl. Biochem. 1992, 15, 125-133.
  38. R.D. Cornelius, C. Miller*, F. Clough, LabSystant, A program for designing lab-checking modules for introductory chemistry, Trinity Software, 1992.
  39. Christian S. Hamann*, David P. Myers*, Karla J. Rittle*, Edward F. Wirth*, and Owen A. Moe, Jr., Quantitative Determination of the Amino Acid Composition of a Protein Using Gas Chromatography-Mass Spectrometry, Journal of Chemical Education 1991, 68, 438-442.
  40. Ross C. Hoffman*, Jr., Pamela L. Wyman*, Lynne Smith*, Cynthia L. Nolt*, Jane L. Conley*, Joan M. Hevel*, James P. Warren*, George A. Reiner*, and O. A. Moe, Jr., Immobilized Polyphosphate Kinase: Preparation, Properties, and Potential for Use in Adenosine 5'-Triphosphate Regeneration, Biotechnology and Applied Biochemistry 1988, 10, 107.
  41. Mary Beth Seasholtz*, Laura E. Pence*, and Owen A. Moe, Jr., Determination of Carbon Monoxide in Automobile Exhaust by FTIR Spectroscopy. An Instrumental Analysis Laboratory Experiment, Journal of Chemical Education 1988, 65, 820.
  42. Owen A. Moe, Jr., Si Pham*, Barry Selinsky*, and Tuan Dang*, A Kinetic Study of the Effect of Co2+, Cd2+, Cu2+, and Ni2+ on Yeast Inorganic Pyrophosphatase, Biochim. Biophys. Acta 1985 82, 207.
  43. J. N. Spencer, Scott K. Berger*, Carla R. Powell*, Bruce D. Henning*, Gary S. Furman*, William Loffredo*, Elaine Rydberg*, Robert Neubert*, Christopher Shoop*, and David N. Blauch*, Amide Interactions in Aqueous and Organic Medium, Journal of Physical Chemistry 1981, 85, 1236.
  44. James N. Spencer, Bruce D. Henning*, Gary S. Fuhrman*, Scott K. Berger*, Carla R. Powell*, Christopher Shoop*, William Loffredo*, Elaine Rydberg*, Robert Neubert*, and David N. Blauch*, Amide Interactions in Chlorinated Solvents, J. Soln. Chem. 1981, 10, 501.
  45. Spencer, J. N.; Garrett*, Robert C.; Mayer*, Fred J.; Merkle*, Johanna E.; Powell*, Carla R.; Tran*, Mai T.; Berger*, Scott K., Amide hydrogen bonding in organic medium, Canadian Journal of Chemistry 1980, 58(13), 1372-5.
  46. O. A. Moe, Jr., Si Pham*, Tuan Dang*, and Lamar Styer*, "Kinetic Analysis of the Effect of Zinc Ion on the Inorganic Pyrophosphatase Reaction," Arch. Biochem. Biophys. 1979, 196, 73.
  47. James N. Spencer, Jeffrey E. Gleim*, Charles H. Blevins*, Robert C. Garrett*, and Fred J. Mayer*, Enthalpies of Solution and Transfer Enthalpies. An Analysis of the Pure Base Calorimetric Method for the Determination of Hydrogen Bond Enthalpies, Journal of Physical Chemistry 1979, 83 1249.
  48. James N. Spencer, Jeffrey E. Gleim*, Charles H. Blevins*, Robert C. Garrett*, Fred J. Mayer*, Johanna E. Merckle*, Susan L. Smith*, and M. Louise Hackman*, The N-H Hydrogen Bond. 2. Models for Nucleic Acid Bases, Journal of Physical Chemistry 1979, 83, 2615.
  49. Owen A. Moe, Jr. and Gary Smith*, Determination of the Molecular Weight and Subunit Stoichiometry of a Protein, Journal of Chemical Education 1977 54, 392.
  50. Owen A. Moe, Jr. and Sally Ann Wiest*, Determination of Stability Constants for Zinc-Pyrophosphate Complexes, Analytical Biochem 1977 77, 73.
  51. Spencer, J. N.; Casey*, George J. Jr.; Buckfelder*, John; Schreiber*, H. D., Potential function model of weak and strong hydrogen bonds, Journal of Physical Chemistry (1974), 78(14), 1415-20.
  52. Scholler, D. M.*; Lyndrup, M. L., Computer program for the analysis of titration data, Journal of Chemical Education (1975), 52(2), 106.
  53. Spencer, J. N.; Harner*, R. S.; Freed*, L. I.; Penturelli*, C. D., Hydrogen bonding of resorcinol to ethers and thioethers. Journal of Physical Chemistry (1975), 79(4), 332-5.
  54. Spencer, James N.; Unger*, Elizabeth A.; Bailey, David N. Solubility of zinc iodate in aqueous solution at 20.2, 28.4, and 40.6.deg, Journal of Chemical and Engineering Data (1974), 19(2), 140-1.
  55. Snyder*, W. R.; Schreiber*, H. D.; Spencer, J. N., Potential function model of hydrogen-bonded sulfur systems, Spectrochimica Acta, Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy (1973), 29(7), 1225-32.
  56. Lyndrup, M. L.; Robinson*, E. A.; Spencer, J. N., Solubility of zinc oxalate. Physical chemistry experiment, Journal of Chemical Education (1972), 49(9), 641-2.
  57. Bloser*, Donald; Murphy*, Joseph; Spencer, J. N., OH...pi bond enthalpy for the phenol-benzene complex, Canadian Journal of Chemistry (1971), 49(23), 3913-15.
  58. Spencer, J. N.; Robinson*, E. A.; Schreiber*, H. D., Solvent and temperature effects on the hydrogen bond, Journal of Physical Chemistry (1971), 75(14), 2219-22.
  59. Spencer, J. N.; Schreiber*, H. D., Contour functions for the particle in a 3-D box, Journal of Chemical Education (1971), 48(3), 185-7.
  60. Hoover*, G. P.; Robinson*, E. A.; McQuate*, R. S.; Schreiber*, H. D.; Spencer, J. N., Temperature dependence of the molar absorptivity of the OH stretching vibration, Journal of Physical Chemistry (1969), 73(11), 4027-9.