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Pollution Prevention with the Use of Molecular Assemblies
Grant Number R825327
RFA: Technology for a Sustainable Environment (1996)


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Book (2)
Book Chapter (4)
Computer program (1)
Dissertation/Thesis (9)
Journal Article (5)
Presentation (21)
Reference Type Citation Progress Report Year Document Sources
Book Anastas PT, Williamson TC. Green Chemistry: Frontiers in Benign Chemical Synthesis and Process. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. 1998:1-364 R825327 (Final)
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Book Anastas PT, Warner JC. Green Chemistry: Theory and Practice. Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK. 2000/05//:1-148 R825327 (Final)
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Book Chapter Anastas PT, Warner JC Green Chemistry:Theory and Practice. London, England:Oxford University Press, May 2000. R825327 (Final)
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Book Chapter Warner JC, Brown E, Tassa C. Green chemistry: annotated bibliography. American Chemical Society Publication, 1999. R825327 (Final)
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Book Chapter Warner JC. Green chemistry: the frontier of pollution prevention. In: Massachusetts Environmental Ventures, 1999, Vol. 3, No. 1, p. 1. R825327 (Final)
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Book Chapter Warner JC. Pollution prevention via molecular recognition and self assembly: non-covalent derivatization. In: Anastas P, Williamson T, eds. Green Chemistry: Frontiers in Benign Chemical Synthesis and Processes. London, England: Oxford University Press, 1998, pp. 336-346. R825327 (Final)
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Computer program Warner JC, Brown E, Tassa C. Green Chemistry General References Annotated Bibliography. Version 1.0. American Chemical Society, Washington, DC. 1999:1 R825327 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Bai, J. Steric influences in solid state complexes. M.S. Thesis. Department of Chemistry, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA, 1998. R825327 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Cannon A. Studies of non-covalent derivatization in ionic liquids. M.S. Thesis. Department of Chemistry, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA, 2001. R825327 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Feng Z. Nicotinamides. M.S. Thesis. Department of Chemistry, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA, 1999. R825327 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Guimy C. Trigonal planar non covalent derivatives of hydroquinone. M.S. Thesis. Department of Chemistry, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA, 2002. R825327 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Guler S. Tetraarylporphines as square planar, two dimensional components in molecular assemblies with hydroquinones. M.S. Thesis. Department of Chemistry, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA, 2000. R825327 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Jian T. Tetrahedral non-covalent derivatives. M.S. Thesis. Department of Chemistry, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA, 1999. R825327 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Lo WF. Molecular strands within inert solid matrices. M.S. Thesis. Department of Chemistry, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA, 2002. R825327 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Tassa C. Non-covalent derivatization: evaluation of pi-interactions in self assembled systems using the amide phenol hydrogen bond. M.S. Thesis. Department of Chemistry, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA, 1998. R825327 (Final)
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Dissertation/Thesis Wang J. Tetrahedral non-covalent derivatives of hydroquinone. M.S. Thesis. Department of Chemistry, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA, 2000. R825327 (Final)
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Journal Article Bui K, Warner JC. Green chemistry: deoxygenation of organic oxides via reactions with benzaldoximes. The Nucleus 1999;78:13. R825327 (Final)
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Journal Article Cannon AS, Warner JC. Noncovalent Derivatization: Green Chemistry Applications of Crystal Engineering. Crystal Growth and Design 2002;2(4):255-257 R825327 (Final)
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Journal Article Foxman BM, Guarrera DJ, Taylor LD, Warner JC. Environmentally benign synthesis using crystal engineering: steric accommodation in non-covalent derivatives of hydroquinones. 1998; 1(1): 109-118. R825327 (Final)
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Journal Article Foxman BM, Guarrera PR, Tassa C, Donna J, Warner JC. Noncovalent derivatives of hydroquinone: bis(N,N-dialkyl)bicyclo[2.2.2]octane-1,4-dicarboxamide complexes. Crystal Engineering 1999;2(1):55-64 R825327 (Final)
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Journal Article Warner JC. Green Chemistry: The Frontier of Pollution Prevention. Massachusetts Environmental Ventures 1999;3(1):1 R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Cannon AS, Warner JC. Ionic liquids in crystal engineering. Presented at the Northeast Section of the American Chemical Society Student Research Conference, Boston, MA, April 2001. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Cannon AS, Warner JC. Ionic liquids in crystal engineering: environmental benign assessment of thermodynamic parameters in non-covalent derivatization. Presented at the 1st Massachusetts Green Chemistry Symposium, Boston, MA, April 2001. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Cannon AS, Warner JC. Non-covalent derivatization related to pharmaceuticals. Presented at the 223rd American Chemical Society National Meeting, Orlando, FL, April 2002. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Cannon AS, Warner JC. Non-covalent derivatization: pollution prevention using molecular recognition and self-assembly. Presented at the 2nd Massachusetts Green Chemistry Symposium, Amherst, MA, October 2001. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Cesar G. Pollution prevention via molecular recognition and self-assembly: non covalent derivatization. Presented at the Ronald E. McNair Post Baccalaureate Achievement Program, University of Massachusetts-Boston, Boston, MA, May 1999. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Epie F, Morelli A. Structural effects of bis-[N,N-Dialkyl]terephthalamides on non-covalent derivatives of hydroquinone. Presented at the 5th Annual Conference, Undergraduate Research, Scholarly, Creative and Public Service Activities, Boston, MA, April 1999. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Epie F. Study of the kinetics of solid-state self-assembly in hydroquinones and terephthalamides. Presented at the 14th National Conference on Undergraduate Research, Missoula, MT, April, 2000. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Ferla B. Template directed regiochemistry of cinnamate photodimerization reactions. Presented at the 5th Annual Conference, Undergraduate Research, Scholarly, Creative and Public Service Activities, Boston, MA, April 1999. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Jeganathan M, Poindexter C, Lee DE, Warner JC. Bioinspiration: controlling physical properties by using non-covalent bonds. Presented at the 221st American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 2001. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Jeganathan M, Poindexter C, Lee DE, Lo WF, Warner JC. Bioinspiration: controlling physical properties using non-covalent interactions. Presented at the 1st Massachusetts Green Chemistry Symposium, Boston, MA, April 2001. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Jeganathan M, Warner JC. Bioinspiration: hydrogen bonds for pollution prevention. Presented at the University of Massachusetts-Boston Biology/Biochemistry Honors Presentation, Boston, MA, May 2001. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Mullin S, Eristi, C, Warner JC, Skvirsky R. Triazine dyes inhibit the activity of the bacterial toxin colicin V. Presented at the Division of Biochemical Technology, American Chemical Society National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 1999. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Pyers J, Warner JC. Yield optimizations of photochemical dimerization reactions towards the synthesis of natural products. Presented at the 1st Massachusetts Green Chemistry Symposium, Boston, MA, April 2001. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Satenig G, Guimy C. Tetrakis phenylporphines as square planar, two dimensional components in hydroquinone molecular assemblies. Presented at the Northeast Student Chemistry Research Conference, Cambridge, MA, April, 2000. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Tassa C, Warner JC. Non-covalent derivatization: evaluation of p-stacking in self-assembled systems using the amide-phenol hydrogen bond. Presented at the IXth Midwest Organic Solid State Chemistry Symposium, Manhattan, KS, June 1998. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Tassa C, DeVincent D, Epie F. The role of pi-stacking in non-covalent derivatives of hydroquinone. Presented at the Northeast Student Chemistry Research Conference, Cambridge, MA, April 1999. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Taylor C, Morelli A. The control of bioavailability of non-covalent derivatives of hydroquinone. Presented at the 5th Annual Conference, Undergraduate Research, Scholarly, Creative and Public Service Activities, Boston, MA, April 1999. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Wang J. Non-covalent derivatives of hydroquinone. Presented at the Northeast Student Chemistry Research Conference, Cambridge, MA, April, 2000. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Warner JC, Cannon AS, Andurti A. Ionic liquids in crystal engineering: establishing structure-activity relationships and the thermodynamics of crystallization by differential scanning calorimetry. Presented at the 221st American Chemical Society National Meeting, San Diego, CA, April 2001. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Warner JC, Epie F, Cesar G, Jian T. Non-covalent derivatives of hydroquinone: binary derivatives in 1-, 2- and 3-D. Presented at the Division of Chemical Education, American Chemical Society National Meeting, Anaheim, CA, March 1999. R825327 (Final)
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Presentation Warner JC, Tassa C. Using multi dimensional self-assembly to control physical properties. Presented at the Division of Chemical Education, American Chemical Society National Meeting, New Orleans, LA, August, 1999. R825327 (Final)
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