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David N. Harpp

McGill University, Montreal, QC, Canada 
organic chemistry research
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Thomas G. Back grad student 1974 McGill
Erwin K. Schultz grad student 2000 McGill
Eli Zysman-Colman grad student 2004 McGill
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Harpp DN, Fenster AE, Schwarcz JA. (2011) Chemistry for the public: Our challenge Journal of Chemical Education. 88: 739-743
Rys AZ, Schultz EKV, Harpp DN. (2010) Quest for diatomic selenium Journal of Sulfur Chemistry. 31: 351-371
Zysman-Colman E, Leste-Lassere P, Harpp DN. (2008) Probing the chemistry of rare sulfur allotropes: S9, S12 and S20 Journal of Sulfur Chemistry. 29: 309-326
Harpp DN. (2008) Crime in the classroom part IV: Conclusions Journal of Chemical Education. 85: 805-806
Rys AZ, Abu-Yousef IA, Harpp DN. (2008) A powerful method to prepare sulfur-rich macrocycles Tetrahedron Letters. 49: 6670-6673
Carroll VM, Harpp DN, Priefer R. (2008) Thermo-cage opening of 4-iodo-1-vinylcubane to a novel styrene derivative Tetrahedron Letters. 49: 2677-2680
Eghbali N, Harpp DN. (2007) Investigation of sulfur extrusion from a cyclic dialkoxy disulfide. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 72: 3906-8
Priefer R, Martineau E, Harpp DN. (2007) Derivatization of dicubyl disulfide Journal of Sulfur Chemistry. 28: 529-535
Abu-Yousef IA, Rys AZ, Harpp DN. (2007) A novel method for the preparation of unsymmetrical bis (di- and trisulfides) via trityl sulfenyl chlorides: Precursors for cyclic polysulfides Journal of Sulfur Chemistry. 28: 251-258
Zysman-Colman E, Harpp DN. (2007) Fascinating organosulfur functionalities: Polychalcogens as diatomic sulfur sources Heteroatom Chemistry. 18: 449-459
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