Joseph P. Dinnocenzo

University of Rochester, Rochester, NY 
Mechanistic Organic Chemistry
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Melvin J. Goldstein grad student 1983 Cornell
 (Carbocation structures and rearrangement mechanisms)


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Jason G. Gillmore grad student 1998-2003 Rochester
Mary S. Lenczewski grad student 2012 Rochester
Pu Luo grad student 2012 Rochester
Michael (Jürgen Louis) Schmittel post-doc 1985-1987 Rochester
Han Zuilhof post-doc 1994-1996 Rochester
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Dinnocenzo JP, Farid S. (2021) Cationic Exciplexes: Role of Hydrogen Bonding in Deactivation and Electronic Coupling. Chemphyschem : a European Journal of Chemical Physics and Physical Chemistry
Mark A, Feinberg EC, Dinnocenzo JP. (2021) Direct Experimental Evidence for Alkoxyl Radicals Reacting as Hydrogen Atom Donors toward Pyridines. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 86: 7508-7514
Feinberg AM, Dinnocenzo JP. (2020) Mechanism and Selectivity of Aryltrimethylgermane Cation Radical Fragmentations. The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Dinnocenzo JP, Tingson J, Young RH, et al. (2020) Solvent Dependence of Cationic-Exciplex Emission: Limitation of Solvent Polarity Functions and the Role of Hydrogen Bonding. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A
Dinnocenzo JP, Mark A, Farid S. (2019) Emissive Organic Exciplexes in Water. The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Lenczewski MS, de Lijser HJP, Turner DM, et al. (2017) Stereochemistry of Nucleophilic Substitutions on Benzyl-silane and -germane Cation Radicals: Application of the Endocyclic Restriction Test. The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Luo P, Dinnocenzo JP. (2017) Aryltrimethylstannane Cation Radical Fragmentation Selectivities That Depend on Codonor: Evidence for Reactions from Heterodimer Cation Radicals. The Journal of Organic Chemistry
Dinnocenzo JP, Merkel PB, Farid S. (2017) Cationic (Charge Shift) Exciplexes. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A
Luo P, Dinnocenzo JP. (2015) Mechanism and Unusual Fragmentation Selectivities of Aryltrialkylstannane Cation Radicals. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 80: 9240-6
Young RH, Feinberg AM, Dinnocenzo JP, et al. (2015) Transition from charge-transfer to largely locally excited exciplexes, from structureless to vibrationally structured emissions. Photochemistry and Photobiology. 91: 624-36
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