Adam R. Johnson Publications

HMC Faculty Publications

(Undergraduate co-authors are denoted by an asterisk)

37.  “Dimethyl 4,5-dichlorophthalate,” D.D. Hickstein, E.W. Reinheimer, A,R. Johnson and DJ. O′Leary, IUCrData, 2021, 6, x211043.

36.  “Synthesis and structure determination of racemic (D/K)-tris(ethylenediamine)cobalt(III) trichloride hemi(hexaaquasodium chloride),” L.H. Conrad-Marut*, E.W. Reinheimer, A.R. Johnson, Acta Cryst, 2021, E77, 1010.

35.  “Synthesis, characterization and electrochemistry of [Pd(PP)MeCl] compounds with 1,1′-bis(phosphino)ferrocene ligands,” M.E. Hendricks*, X. Xu*, T.R. Boller, E.M. Samples, A.R. Johnson, C. Nataro, Polyhedron, 2021, 199, 115104. (special issue entitled “Undergraduate Research in Inorganic Chemistry 2021”).

34.  “Intramolecular hydroamination of trisubstituted aminoallenes catalyzed by titanium complexes of diaryl substituted tridentate imine-diols.”  E.Y. Fok*, V.L. Show*, A.R. Johnson, Polyhedron, 2021, 198, 115070, (special issue entitled “Undergraduate Research in Inorganic Chemistry 2021”).

33.  “4-Fluoro-2-({[(2R)-1-hydroxy-1,1,3-triphenyl-propan-2-yl]imino}methyl)phenol,” F. Sha*, A.R. Johnson, IUCrData, 2021, 6, x201580.

32.  “2-({[(2S)-1-Hydroxy-1,1,3-triphenylpropan-2-yl]imino}methyl)-4,6-bis­(4-methylphenyl)phenol,” V.L. Show*, E.Y. Fok*, A.R. Johnson, IUCrData, 2020, 5, x201576.

31.  “Teaching Molecular Orbital Theory Better. In Advances in Teaching Inorganic Chemistry Volume 1: Classroom Innovations and Faculty Development,” A.R. Johnson, C. Nataro, R.M. Jones, Ed., ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington DC, 2020, Vol 1370.

30.  “Catalytic intramolecular hydroamination of aminoallenes using titanium and tantalum complexes of sterically encumbered chiral sulfonamides,” F. Sha*, E.A. Shimizu*, H.S. Slocumb*, S.E. Towell*, Y. Zhen*, H.Z. Porter*, H. Z.*, M. Takase, A.R. Johnson, Dalton Transactions, 2020, 49, 12418-12431.

29.  “A Community Springs to Action to Enable Virtual Laboratory Instruction,” C. Nataro, A.R. Johnson, J. Chem. Educ., 2020, 97, 3033-3037.

28.  “How Do I Design a Chemical Reaction To Do Useful Work? Reinvigorating general chemistry by emphasizing connections between chemistry and society,” K.M. Van Heuvelen, G.W. Daub, L.N. Hawkins, A.R. Johnson, H. Van Ryswyk, D.A. Vosburg, J. Chem. Educ., 2020, 97, 925-933.

27.  “Emphasizing Learning: The Impact of Student Surveys in the Reform of an Introductory Chemistry Course,” K.M. Van Heuvelen, L.P. Blake, G.W. Daub, L.H. Hawkins, A.R. Johnson, H. Van Ryswyk, D.A. Vosburg, J. Assess. Institut. Effective., 2019, 9(1-2), 1-28.

26.  “Catalytic intramolecular hydroamination of aminoallenes using titanium complexes of chiral, tridentate, dianionic imine-diol ligands,” F. Sha*, B.S. Mitchell*, C.Z. Ye*, C.S. Abelson*, E.W. Reinheimer, P. LeMagueres, J.D. Ferrara, M.K. Takase, A.R. Johnson, Dalton Transactions, 2019, 48 (26), 9603-9616.

25.  ”Teaching from the primary inorganic literature: lessons from Richard Andersen,“ J.L. Stewart, A.K. Bentley, A. R. Johnson, C. Nataro, B.A. Reisner, L.A. Watson, Transactions, 2018, 47 (39), 13755-13760.

24.  ”Historical Analysis of the Inorganic Chemistry Curriculum Using ACS Examinations as Artifacts,“ S. Srinivasan, B.A. Reisner, S.R. Smith, J.L. Stewart, A.R. Johnson, S. Lin, K.A. Marek, C. Nataro, K.L. Murphy, J.R. Raker, Journal of Chemical Education, 2018, 95 (5), 726-733.

23.  ”Literature-Based Teaching Strategies for Organometallic Courses,“ A.P. Duncan, A.R. Johnson, C. Nataro, C., Organometallic, 2017, 36 (15), 2703-2705.

22.   ”Crystal structures of D-N-(2-adamantyl)phenylglycinol and L-N-(2-adamantyl)diphenylphenylalinol: Chiral amino alcohols utilized as ligands for catalytic asymmetric hydroamination,“ E.W. Reinheimer, A.W. Kohn, R.H. Groeneman, H.R. Krueger, K.  Kantardjieff, A.J. Johnson, Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals, 2016, 629 (1), 70-77.

21.  ”VIPEr: An Online Academic Resource Enhancing Undergraduate Research,“ S.R. Smith, S. Collins, H.J. Eppley, M.J. Geselbracht, E.R. Jamieson, A.R. Johnson, C. Nataro, B.A. Reisner, J.L. Stewart, B.S. Williams, CUR Quarterly on the Web, 2013, 34 (2), 14-15.

20.  “Construction of Ligand Group Orbitals for Polyatomics and Transition-Metal Complexes Using an Intuitive Symmetry-Based Approach,“ A.R. Johnson, Journal of Chemical Education, 2013, 90 (1), 56-62.

19.   ”Virtual Inorganic Pedagogical Electronic Resource Learning Objects in Organometallic Chemistry,“ B.A. Reisner, J.L. Stewart, B.S. Williams, L.A. Goj, P.L. Holland, H.J. Eppley, A.R. Johnson, Chem. Educ., 2012, 89 (2), 185-187.

18.  ”High Resolution Structure of Half-Cage Isodrin Propionate, a Molecule Suitable for Studying Nuclear Overhauser Effects in the Organic Laboratory,“ E.W. Reinheimer, M. Jang*, S.J. Sobelman*, A.H. Stewart*, K.A. Kantardjieff, A.R. Johnson, Journal of Chemical Crystallography, 2012, 42 (8), 790-793.

17.  “Synthesis and Structure of 2-Cyclohexylamino-3-methyl-1,1-diphenyl-butan-1-ol (d-N-Cyclohexyl-diphenylvalinol), an amino alcohol ligand useful in asymmetric catalysis,” Reinheimer, E.W., HickmanA.J.,* Moretti, J.E.;* Ouyang, X, Kantardjieff, K.A. Johnson, A.R., J. Chem. Crystallogr., 201242(9), 911-915.

16.  “High Resolution Structure of Half-Cage Isodrin Propionate, a Molecule Suitable for Studying Nuclear Overhauser Effects in the Organic Laboratory.”  Reinheimer, E.W., Jang, M.,* Sobelman, S.J.;* Stewart, A.H.;* Kantardjieff, K.A.; Johnson A R., J. Chem. Crystallogr., 201242(8), 790-793.

15.  “Sterically encumbered chiral amino alcohols for titanium catalyzed asymmetric alkylation of benzaldehyde,” C.M. Jones*, H. Li;*, A.J. Hickman*, L.D. Hughs*, S.J. Sobelman*, A.R. Johnson, Tetrahedron: Asymmetry201223(6-7), 501-507.

14.  “Virtual Inorganic Pedagogical Electronic Resource Learning Objects in Organometallic Chemistry.” B.A. Reisner, J.L. Stewart, B.S. Williams, L.A. Goj, P.L. Holland, H.J. Eppley, A.R. Johnson, J. Chem. Educ.201289(2), 185-187.

13.  “Asymmetric Catalytic Intramolecular Hydroamination of Aminoallenes by Tantalum Amidoalkoxide Complexes.” M.C. Hansen*, C.A. Heusser*, TC. Narayan*, K.E. Fong*, N. Hara*, A.W. Kohn*, A.R. Venning*, A.L. Rheingold, A.R. Johnson, Organometallics201130, 4616-4623.

12.  “Inorganic Chemistry and IONiC: An Online Community bringing Cutting-Edge Research into the Classroom.”  E.R. Jamieson, H.J. Eppley, M.J. Geselbracht, A.R. Johnson, B.A. Reisner, S.R. Smith, J.L. Stewart, L.A. Watson, B.S. Williams, Inorg. Chem.2011,50, 5849-5854.

11.  “Building an Online Teaching Community: An Evolving Tale of Communication, Collaboration and Chemistry,” B.A. Reisner, H.J. Eppley,  M.J. Geselbracht, E.R. Jamieson, A.R. Johnson, S.R. Smith, J.L. Stewart, L.A. Watson, B.S. Williams,  ACS Symposium Series 1060: Enhancing Learning with Online Resources, Social Networking, and Digital Libraries; Moore, J., Pence, H., Belford, R. (Eds.), 2010, Chapter 16, pp 309-330.

10.  “Asymmetric Hydroamination of Aminoallenes Catalyzed by Titanium and Tantalum Complexes of Chiral Sulfonamide Alcohol Ligands,” K.E. Near*, B.M. Chapin*, D.C. McAnnally-Linz*,  A.R. Johnson, J. Organometal. Chem.2011696, 81-86. (special issue on “Catalytic addition of E-H bonds”).

9.  “Chlorido(h5-cyclopentadienyl)bis(dimethylamido)titanium, [TiCl(h5-C5H5)(NMe2)2],” B.M. Chapin*, L.D. Hughs*, J.A. Golen, A.L. Rheingold, A. L. A.R. Johnson, Acta Cryst.2010C66, m191-m193.

8.  “Sterically encumbered chiral amino alcohols for titanium catalyzed asymmetric intramolecular hydroamination of aminoallenes,” A.J. Hickman*, L.D. Hughs*, C.M. Jones*, H. Li*, J.E. Redford*, S.J. Sobelman*, J.A. Kouzelos*, A.R. Johnson, Tetrahedron: Asymmetry, 200920, 1279-1285.

7.  “JCE VIPEr: An Inorganic Teaching and Learning Community,” E. Benatan, J. Dene, H.J. Eppley, M.J. Geselbracht, E.R. Jamieson, A.R. Johnson, B.A. Reisner, J.L. Stewart,  L. Watson, B.S. Williams, J. Chem. Educ.200986, 766-767.

6.  “IONiC: A Cyber-Enabled Community of Practice for Improving Inorganic Chemical Education,” E. Benatan, H.J. Eppley, M.J. Geselbracht, A.R. Johnson, B.A. Reisner, J.L. Stewart, L. Watson, B.S. Williams, J. Chem. Educ.200986, 123.

5.  “A “Classic Papers” Approach to Teaching Undergraduate Organometallic Chemistry,” A.P. Duncan, A.R. Johnson, J. Chem. Educ.200784, 443-446.

4.  “Species Distribution Diagrams in the Copper-Ammonia System: An Updated and Expanded Demonstration Illustrating Complex Equilibria,” A.R. Johnson, T.M. McQueen*, K.T. Rodolfa*, J. Chem. Educ.200582, 408-414.

3.  “Titanium complexes with chiral amino alcohol ligands: synthesis and structure of complexes related to hydroamination catalysts,” J.R. Petersen*, J.M. Hoover*, W.S. Kassel, A.L. Rheingold, A.R. Johnson, Inorg. Chim. Acta, 2005358, 687-694.

2.  “Intramolecular catalytic hydroamination of substituted aminoallenes by chiral titanium amino-alcohol complexes,” J.M. Hoover*, J.R. Petersen*, J.J. Pikul*, A.R. Johnson, Organometallics2004, 23, 4614-4620.

1.  “Synthesis, Reactivity And Structural Study Of Chiral Titanium Complexes With Amino Acid Derived N- And O-p Donor Ligands,” C.K. Ho*, A.D. Schuler*, C.B. Yoo*, S.R. Herron, K.A. Kantardjieff, A.R. Johnson, Inorg. Chim. Acta2002341, 71-76.

Online Publications

3.  “Come for the Content, Stay for the Community,” Benatan, E., Dene, J., Eppley, H., Geselbracht, M., Jamieson, E., Johnson, A., Reisner, B.A., Stewart, J., Watson, L. and Williams, B., “Innovative Practices for Challenging Times,” Academic Commons, 2009 (accessed December 2010).

2.  “Hydroamination” entry on the organometallics hypertext book, 2009 (accessed December 2010).

1.  “IONiC: A Cyber-Enabled Community of Practice for Improving Inorganic Chemical Education,” Benatan, E., Eppley, H.J., Geselbracht, M.J., Johnson, A.R., Reisner, B.A., Stewart, J.L., Watson, L. and Williams, B.S., CONFCHEM, 2008, an online conference (accessed June 2012).

Postdoctoral, doctoral and Undergraduate Publications

12.  “On the Origin of Selective Nitrous Oxide N-N Bond Cleavage by Three-Coordinate Molybdenum(III) Complexes, J.P.F. Cherry, A.R. Johnson, L.M. Baraldo, Y.C. Tsai, C.C. Cummins, S.V. Kryatov, E.V. Rybak-Akimova, K.B. Capps, C.D. Hoff, C.M. Haar, S.P. Nolan, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2001123, 7271-7286.

11.  “Synthesis of Homochiral Tris(2-Alkyl-2-Aminoethyl)Amine Derivatives from Chiral alpha-Amino Aldehydes and Their Application in the Synthesis of Water Soluble Chelators,” S.P. Hajela, A.R. Johnson, J. Xu, C.J. Sunderland, S.M. Cohen, D.L. Caulder, K.N. Raymond, Inorg. Chem., 200140, 3208-3216.

10.  “Synthesis of a Ligand Based upon a New Entry into the 3-Hydroxy-N-alkyl-2(1H)-pyridinone Ring System and Thermodynamic Evaluation of its Gadolinium Complex,” A.R. Johnson, B. O’Sullivan, K.N. Raymond, K.N., Inorg. Chem., 200039, 2652-2660.

9.  “Dimolybdenum-mu-cyanide Complexes Supported by N-tert-Butylanilide Ligation: in Pursuit of Cyanide Reductive Cleavage,” J.C. Peters, L.M. Baraldo, T.A. Baker, A.R. Johnson, C.C. Cummins, J. Organometal. Chem1999591, 24-35.

8.  “N-tert-Alkyl-anilides as Bulky Ancillary Ligands,” A.R. Johnson, C.C. Cummins, Inorg. Synth., 199832, 123-132.

7.  “Four-Coordinate Molybdenum Chalcogenide Complexes Relevant to Nitrous Oxide N-N Bond Cleavage by Three-Coordinate Molybdenum(III): Synthesis, Characterization, Reactivity and Thermochemistry,” A.R. Johnson, W.M. Davis, C.C. Cummins, S. Serron, S.P. Nolan, D.G. Musaev, K. Morokuma, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1998120, 2071-2085.

6.  “Titanium Complexes Stabilized by N-(tert-Hydrocarbyl)anilide Ligation: A Synthetic Investigation,” A.R. Johnson, W.M. Davis, C.C. Cummins, Organometallics1996,18, 3825-3835.

5.  “Nitrogen Atom Transfer Coupled with Dinitrogen Cleavage and Mo-Mo Triple Bond Formation,” C.E. Laplaza, A.R. Johnson, C.C. Cummins, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1996118, 709-710.

4.  “Assembly of Molybdenum/Titanium mu-Oxo Complexes via Radical Alkoxide C-O Cleavage,” J.C. Peters, A.R. Johnson, A.L. Odom, P.W. Wanandi, W.M. Davis, C.C. Cummins, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1996118, 10175

3.  “Cleavage of Titanium Dimethylamides with Methyl Iodide,” A.R. Johnson, P.W. Wanandi, C.C. Cummins, W.N. Davis, Organometallics, 1994,13, 2907-2909.

2. “Site-directed Mutagenesis of Glutathione S-Transferase YaYa,” R.W. Wang, D.J. Newton, A.R. Johnson, C.B. Pickett, A.Y.H. Lu, J. Biol. Chem., 1993268(32), 23981-23985.

1.  “C60 and C70 Made Simply, N.C. Craig, G.C. Gee, A.R. Johnson, J. Chem. Educ., 1992, 69, 664-666.