Cathleen M. Crudden, Ph.D.

1996-2001 Chemistry University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada 
 2002- Chemistry Queen's University, Kingston, ON, Canada 
 2013- Chiral Materials Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules 
Chiral materials, organoboron catalysis
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Choi Y, Park CS, Tran HV, et al. (2022) Functionalized -Heterocyclic Carbene Monolayers on Gold for Surface-Initiated Polymerizations. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces
Lummis PA, Osten KM, Levchenko TI, et al. (2022) NHC-Stabilized Au Nanoclusters and Their Conversion to Au Nanoclusters. Jacs Au. 2: 875-885
Angove E, Grillo F, Früchtl HA, et al. (2022) Highly Ordered N-Heterocyclic Carbene Monolayers on Cu(111). The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters. 2051-2056
Singh I, Lee DS, Huang S, et al. (2021) N-Heterocyclic carbenes meet toll-like receptors. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England)
Inayeh A, Groome RRK, Singh I, et al. (2021) Self-assembly of N-heterocyclic carbenes on Au(111). Nature Communications. 12: 4034
Crudden CM, Maekawa Y, Clarke JJ, et al. (2020) Ru(CO)-Catalyzed Reaction of 1,6-Diynes, Carbon Monoxide, and Water via the Reductive Coupling of Carbon Monoxide. Organic Letters
Maekawa Y, Nambo M, Yokogawa D, et al. (2020) Alkyltriflones in the Ramberg-Bäcklund Reaction: An Efficient and Modular Synthesis of -Difluoroalkenes. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Veinot A, Al-Rashed A, Padmos JD, et al. (2020) N-Heterocyclic Carbenes Reduce and Functionalize Copper Oxide Surfaces in One Pot. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany)
Salorinne K, Man RWY, Lummis PA, et al. (2020) Synthesis and properties of an Au cluster supported by a mixed N-heterocyclic carbene-thiolate ligand. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England)
She Z, Narouz MR, Smith CA, et al. (2020) N-Heterocyclic carbene and thiol micropatterns enable the selective deposition and transfer of copper films. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England)
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