Eric H. Fort, Ph.D.

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Graduate School of Arts & Sciences Boston College, Newton, MA, United States 
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Organic Chemistry
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Lawrence T. Scott grad student 2010 Boston College
 (Developing methods for growing single-chirality carbon nanotubes and other aromatic systems.)
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Gelinas BS, Jaye JA, Mattos GR, et al. (2015) Rapid and efficient desilylation and deuteration of alkynylpyridines Tetrahedron Letters. 56: 4232-4233
Wadle JJ, McDermott LB, Fort EH. (2014) Microwave assisted synthesis of 10b-aza-10c-borapyrene Tetrahedron Letters. 55: 445-447
Fort EH, Jeffreys MS, Scott LT. (2012) Diels-Alder cycloaddition of acetylene gas to a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon bay region. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 48: 8102-4
Fort EH, Scott LT. (2012) Facile air-oxidation of large aromatic hydrocarbon bay regions to bay region quinones: predicted oxygen-sensitivity of hydrogen-terminated carbon nanotubes. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry. 10: 5747-9
Fort EH, Scott LT. (2011) Carbon nanotubes from short hydrocarbon templates. Energy analysis of the Diels-Alder cycloaddition/rearomatization growth strategy Journal of Materials Chemistry. 21: 1373-1381
Fort EH, Scott LT. (2011) Gas-phase Diels-Alder cycloaddition of benzyne to an aromatic hydrocarbon bay region: Groundwork for the selective solvent-free growth of armchair carbon nanotubes Tetrahedron Letters. 52: 2051-2053
Fort EH, Scott LT. (2010) One-step conversion of aromatic hydrocarbon bay regions into unsubstituted benzene rings: a reagent for the low-temperature, metal-free growth of single-chirality carbon nanotubes. Angewandte Chemie (International Ed. in English). 49: 6626-8
Fort EH, Donovan PM, Scott LT. (2009) Diels-Alder reactivity of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon bay regions: implications for metal-free growth of single-chirality carbon nanotubes. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 131: 16006-7
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