Anthony J. Kirby, PhD

Affiliations: 
Chemistry University of Cambridge, Cambridge, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Physical Organic Chemistry
Google:
"Anthony Kirby"
Mean distance: 7.95
 
BETA: Related publications

Publications

You can help our author matching system! If you notice any publications incorrectly attributed to this author, please sign in and mark matches as correct or incorrect.

Costa PFA, de Abreu R, Fontana AB, et al. (2020) The role of hydrophobicity in supramolecular polymer/surfactant catalysts: An understandable model for enzymatic catalysis. Journal of Colloid and Interface Science. 588: 456-468
Kirby AJ. (2016) Physical Organic Chemistry: A Personal Reflection Israel Journal of Chemistry. 56: 93-95
Kirby AJ, Nome F. (2015) Fundamentals of Phosphate Transfer. Accounts of Chemical Research
Komarov IV, Yanik S, Ishchenko AY, et al. (2015) The most reactive amide as a transition-state mimic for cis-trans interconversion. Journal of the American Chemical Society. 137: 926-30
Kirby AJ, Souza BS, Nome F. (2015) Structure and reactivity of phosphate diesters. Dependence on the nonleaving group Canadian Journal of Chemistry. 93: 422-427
Medeiros M, Wanderlind EH, Mora JR, et al. (2013) Major mechanistic differences between the reactions of hydroxylamine with phosphate di- and tri-esters. Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry. 11: 6272-84
Kirby AJ, Medeiros M, Mora JR, et al. (2013) Intramolecular general base catalysis in the hydrolysis of a phosphate diester. Calculational guidance to a choice of mechanism. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 78: 1343-53
Kirby AJ, Mora JR, Nome F. (2013) New light on phosphate transfer from triesters. Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta. 1834: 454-63
Medeiros M, Manfredi AM, Kirby AJ, et al. (2013) The spontaneous hydrolysis of 2-pyridyl phosphate is a good model for the special mechanism for the hydrolysis of phosphate monoester monoanions Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry. 26: 1044-1047
Medeiros M, Orth ES, Manfredi AM, et al. (2012) Dephosphorylation reactions of mono-, di-, and triesters of 2,4-dinitrophenyl phosphate with deferoxamine and benzohydroxamic acid. The Journal of Organic Chemistry. 77: 10907-13
See more...