Andrew R. McWilliams, Ph.D. - Publications

Chemistry Ryerson University, Toronto, Ontario, Canada 

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2013 Aldeva V, Gezahegn S, Panahi B, Shuoprasad M, Ward J, Foucher DA, Gossage RA, McWilliams AR. Synthesis, characterization, and theoretical analysis of soluble poly(oxothiazenes): The ambient temperature lewis acid catalyzed in situ polymerization of N-silylsulfonimidoyl chlorides Macromolecules. 46: 2562-2568. DOI: 10.1021/ma302424u  0.349
2010 Rivard E, Honeyman CH, McWilliams AR, Lough AJ, Manners I. ChemInform Abstract: Synthesis and Reactivity of Perhalogenated Acyclic and Metallacyclic Tantalum(V) Phosphoraniminato Complexes: Discovery of an Unexpected Ligand Coupling Reaction to Form the Novel Phosphazenium Salt [N(PCl2NH2)2][TaCl6]. Cheminform. 32: no-no. DOI: 10.1002/chin.200128026  0.65
2005 Rivard E, Ragogna PJ, McWilliams AR, Lough AJ, Manners I. Reversible skeletal transmetalations of inorganic rings: isolation of aluminatophosphazenes, a zwitterionic phosphazene, and a donor-stabilized alumazine-phosphazene hybrid cation. Inorganic Chemistry. 44: 6789-98. PMID 16156638 DOI: 10.1021/Ic0509938  0.697
2002 Rivard E, McWilliams AR, Lough AJ, Manners I. Bis(trichlorophosphine)iminium salts, [Cl3P=N=PCl3]+, with transition metal halide counter-ions. Acta Crystallographica. Section C, Crystal Structure Communications. 58: i114-8. PMID 12205363 DOI: 10.1107/S0108270102012532  0.631
2002 McWilliams AR, Rivard E, Lough AJ, Manners I. Reversible skeletal substitution reactions involving group 13 heterophosphazenes. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, England). 1102-3. PMID 12122685 DOI: 10.1080/10426500490427312  0.689
2002 Rivard E, McWilliams AR, Lough AJ, Manners I. Synthesis and characterization of perhalogenated diazaphosphametalletidines containing transition metals from group 4 and 5 Journal of the Chemical Society, Dalton Transactions. 2173-2179. DOI: 10.1039/B109905C  0.684
2002 McWilliams AR, Dorn H, Manners I. New Inorganic Polymers Containing Phosphorus Topics in Current Chemistry. 220: 141-167. DOI: 10.1007/3-540-45731-3_6  0.44
2002 Wang Z, McWilliams AR, Evans CEB, Lu X, Chung S, Winnik MA, Manners I. Covalent attachment of RuII phenanthroline complexes to polythionylphosphazenes: The development and evaluation of single-component polymeric oxygen sensors Advanced Functional Materials. 12: 415-419. DOI: 10.1002/1616-3028(20020618)12:6/7<415::Aid-Adfm415>3.0.Co;2-Y  0.411
2001 Rivard E, Honeyman CH, McWilliams AR, Lough AJ, Manners I. Synthesis and reactivity of perhalogenated acyclic and metallacyclic tantalum(V) phosphoraniminato complexes: discovery of an unexpected ligand coupling reaction to form the novel phosphazenium salt. Inorganic Chemistry. 40: 1489-95. PMID 11261955 DOI: 10.1021/Ic000988Y  0.702
2000 Ruffolo R, Evans CE, Liu XH, Ni Y, Pang Z, Park P, McWilliams AR, Gu X, Lu X, Yekta A, Winnik MA, Manners I. Phosphorescent oxygen sensors utilizing sulfur-nitrogen-phosphorous polymer matrixes: synthesis, characterization, and evaluation of poly(thionylphosphazene)-b-poly(tetrahydrofuran) block copolymers Analytical Chemistry. 72: 1894-904. PMID 10784159 DOI: 10.1021/Ac9909610  0.476
2000 McWilliams AR, Gates DP, Edwards M, Liable-Sands LM, Guzei I, Rheingold AL, Manners I. Reaction of the cyclic thionylphosphazene NSOCl[NPCl2]2 with halide abstraction agents: An ambient temperature ring-opening polymerization (ROP) route to poly(thionylphosphazenes) Journal of the American Chemical Society. 122: 8848-8855. DOI: 10.1021/Ja001223S  0.634
1998 Gates DP, McWilliams AR, Ziembinski R, Liable-Sands LM, Guzei IA, Yap GPA, Rheingold AL, Manners I. Chemistry of boratophosphazenes: Synthesis of borazine - Phosphazene hybrid cations, and new inorganic heterocycles by skeletal substitution reactions Chemistry - a European Journal. 4: 1489-1503. DOI: 10.1002/(Sici)1521-3765(19980807)4:8<1489::Aid-Chem1489>3.0.Co;2-Q  0.633
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