Jack S. Hine

Affiliations: 
1950 Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, United States 
 1965 Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, GA 
 1965- Oklahoma State University, Stillwater, OK, United States 
Area:
carbene chemistry
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"Jack Sylvester Hine"
Bio:

https://library.osu.edu/sites/default/files/collection_files/2018-12/hine_jack_biography_information.pdf
DOI: 10.1021/ja01170a003

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Roger Adams grad student 1947 UIUC
 (Part 1. The reaction of hydrazoic acid with some unsaturated compounds. Part 2. The aromatic of n-methyl-2-pyridones.)
John D. Roberts post-doc 1950 MIT
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Hine J, Hahn S, Hwang J. (1988) The relationship between the Broønsted acidities of imides and their hydrogen-bonding acidities toward oxygen bases Journal of Organic Chemistry. 53: 884-887
Hine J, Hwang J, Balasubramanian V. (1988) Hydrogen-bonding basicity of 1-methyl-2-pyridone and of the nitrogen atom of pyridine derivatives toward imides Journal of Organic Chemistry. 53: 5145-5147
Hine J, Ahn K. (1987) Synthesis and pKa values of 4,5-dinitro-1,8-biphenylenediol Journal of Organic Chemistry. 52: 2089-2091
Hine J, Chen YJ. (1987) Basicity of, SN2 reactivity of, and basic catalysis by 1-azabicyclo[2.2.1]heptane Journal of Organic Chemistry. 52: 2091-2094
Hine J, Ahn K. (1987) The double hydrogen bonding ability of 4,5-dinitro-1,8-biphenylenediol Journal of Organic Chemistry. 52: 2083-2086
Hine J, Hahn S, Miles DE. (1986) Equilibrium constants for double hydrogen bonding by 1,8-biphenylenediol in cyclohexane solution Journal of Organic Chemistry. 51: 577-584
Hine J, Linden SM, Kanagasabapathy VM. (1985) Double-hydrogen-bonding catalysis of the reaction of phenyl glycidyl ether with diethylamine by 1,8-biphenylenediol Journal of Organic Chemistry. 50: 5096-5099
Hine J, Linden SM, Kanagasabapathy VM. (1985) 1,8-Biphenylenediol is a double-hydrogen-bonding catalyst for reaction of an epoxide with a nucleophile Journal of the American Chemical Society. 107: 1082-1083
Hine J, Hahn S, Miles DE, et al. (1985) The synthesis and ionization constants of some derivatives of 1-biphenylenol Journal of Organic Chemistry. 50: 5092-5096
Hine J, Sinha A. (1984) Bifunctional catalysis of the dedeuteration of methoxyacetone-1,1,3,3,3-d5 Journal of Organic Chemistry. 49: 2186-2190
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