Facile synthesis of 1,9-diacyldipyrromethanes
Washington, DC: U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
By: J. Lindsey, S. Tamaru & L. Yu
2004 journal article
9-Acylation of 1-acyldipyrromethanes containing a dialkylboron mask for the alpha-acylpyrrole motif
Journal of Organic Chemistry, 69(24), 8356–8365.
By: S. Zaidi, K. Muthukumaran, S. Tamaru & J. Lindsey
A tin-complexation strategy for use with diverse acylation methods in the preparation of 1,9-diacyldipyrromethanes
Journal of Organic Chemistry, 69(3), 765–777.
By: S. Tamaru, L. Yu, W. Youngblood, K. Muthukumaran, M. Taniguchi & J. Lindsey
Porphyrins bearing arylphosphonic acid tethers for attachment to oxide surfaces
Journal of Organic Chemistry, 69(5), 1444–1452.
By: K. Muthukumaran, R. Loewe, A. Ambroise, S. Tamaru, Q. Li, G. Mathur, D. Bocian, V. Misra, J. Lindsey
2003 journal article
Electrical characterization of redox-active molecular monolayers on SiO2 for memory applications
Applied Physics Letters, 83(1), 198–200.
By: Q. Li, S. Surthi, G. Mathur, S. Gowda, V. Misra, T. Sorenson, R. Tenent, W. Kuhr ...and 4 other authors, including 2 NC State authors, S. Tamaru, J. Lindsey, Z. Liu & D. Bocian
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