Bojana Ginovska - Publications

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA, United States 

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Year Citation  Score
2021 Patwardhan A, Sarangi R, Ginovska B, Raugei S, Ragsdale SW. Nickel-Sulfonate Mode of Substrate Binding for Forward and Reverse Reactions of Methyl-SCoM Reductase Suggest a Radical Mechanism Involving Long-Range Electron Transfer. Journal of the American Chemical Society. PMID 33761259 DOI: 10.1021/jacs.1c01086  0.309
2016 Cornish AJ, Ginovska B, Thelen A, Da Silva JC, Soares TA, Raugei S, Dupuis M, Shaw WJ, Hegg EL. Single Amino Acid Modifications Reveal Additional Controls on the Proton Pathway of [FeFe]-Hydrogenase. Biochemistry. PMID 27186945 DOI: 10.1021/Acs.Biochem.5B01044  0.498
2015 Ginovska B, Autrey T, Parab K, Bowden ME, Potter RG, Camaioni DM. Heterolysis of H2 Across a Classical Lewis Pair, 2,6-Lutidine⋅BCl3 : Synthesis, Characterization, and Mechanism. Chemistry (Weinheim An Der Bergstrasse, Germany). 21: 15713-9. PMID 26493883 DOI: 10.1002/Chem.201501899  0.391
2008 Ginovska B, Camaioni DM, Dupuis M, Schwerdtfeger CA, Gil Q. Charge-dependent cavity radii for an accurate dielectric continuum model of solvation with emphasis on ions: aqueous solutes with oxo, hydroxo, amino, methyl, chloro, bromo, and fluoro functionalities. The Journal of Physical Chemistry. A. 112: 10604-13. PMID 18816107 DOI: 10.1021/Jp804092V  0.531
2008 Ginovska B, Camaioni DM, Dupuis M. The H2O2+OH-->HO2+H2O reaction in aqueous solution from a charge-dependent continuum model of solvation. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 129: 014506. PMID 18624482 DOI: 10.1063/1.2943315  0.559
2007 Ginovska B, Camaioni DM, Dupuis M. Reaction pathways and excited states in H(2)O(2)+OH-->HO(2)+H(2)O: a new ab initio investigation. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 127: 084309. PMID 17764250 DOI: 10.1063/1.2755765  0.525
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