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James E. (Ned) Jackson

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1988- Chemistry Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 
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Physical Organic Chemistry
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Ned Jackson was born in 1955 in Boston, Massachusetts. After obtaining his AB from Harvard in 1977 (Bill Gates's class!), he sailed twice across the Atlantic, flirted with Oceanography research in a NOAA lab, and after starting graduate study with Wes Borden at the University of Washington, moved to Princeton where he earned his Ph.D. in Chemistry under the guidance of Professors Maitland Jones, Jr., and Leland C. Allen, in 1987. After a wonderful postdoctoral stay with Matt Platz at Ohio State University, he joined the Chemistry faculty at Michigan State University. His research interests include experimental and computational studies of reactive intermediates, design of organic molecular magnetic materials, development of biomass-based catalytic pathways to “petrochemicals”, and of course, dihydrogen bonding.

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Weston T. Borden research assistant 1979-1981 University of Washington
Leland C. Allen grad student 1987 Princeton
Maitland Jones, Jr. grad student 1987 Princeton
 (Reactivity and electronic structure of strained small-ring hydrocarbons)
Matthew S. Platz post-doc 1986-1988 Ohio State
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Lahiri J, Moemeni M, Kline J, et al. (2020) Isoenergetic two-photon excitation enhances solvent-to-solute excited-state proton transfer. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 153: 224301
Lahiri J, Moemeni M, Magoulas I, et al. (2020) Steric effects in light-induced solvent proton abstraction. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics : Pccp. 22: 19613-19622
Klinger GE, Zhou Y, Foote JA, et al. (2020) Nucleophilic Thiols Reductively Cleave Ether Linkages in Lignin Model Polymers and Lignin. Chemsuschem
Garedew M, Lin F, DeWinter TM, et al. (2020) Greener Routes to Biomass Waste Valorization: Lignin Transformation Through Electrocatalysis for Renewable Chemicals and Fuels Production. Chemsuschem
Yousefi R, Sarkar A, Ashtekar K, et al. (2020) Mechanistic Insights into the Origin of Stereoselectivity in an Asymmetric Chlorolactonization Catalyzed by (DHQD)PHAL. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Bala AM, Killian WG, Plascencia C, et al. (2020) Quantitative Analysis of Infrared Spectra of Binary Alcohol + Cyclohexane Solutions with Quantum Chemical Calculations. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A
Zhou Y, Klinger GE, Hegg EL, et al. (2020) Multiple Mechanisms Mapped in Aryl Alkyl Ether Cleavage via Aqueous Electrocatalytic Hydrogenation (ECH) over Skeletal Nickel. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Lahiri J, Moemeni M, Kline J, et al. (2019) Proton Abstraction Mediates Interactions Between the Super Photobase FR0-SB and Surrounding Alcohol Solvent. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. B
Klinger GE, Zhou Y, Hao P, et al. (2019) Biomimetic Reductive Cleavage of Keto Aryl Ether Bonds by Small Molecule Thiols. Chemsuschem
Narangoda CJ, Kakeshpour T, Lex T, et al. (2019) A cycloaddition/electrocyclic ring opening sequence between alkynyl sulfides and azodicarboxylates to provide N,N-dicarbamoyl 2-iminothioimidates. The Journal of Organic Chemistry
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