Marcetta Darensbourg
Marcetta Darensbourg
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Beyond fossil fuel–driven nitrogen transformations
JG Chen, RM Crooks, LC Seefeldt, KL Bren, RM Bullock, ...
Science 360 (6391), eaar6611, 2018
Carbon monoxide and cyanide ligands in a classical organometallic complex model for Fe‐only hydrogenase
EJ Lyon, IP Georgakaki, JH Reibenspies, MY Darensbourg
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 38 (21), 3178-3180, 1999
The Hydrophilic Phosphatriazaadamantane Ligand in the Development of H2 Production Electrocatalysts:  Iron Hydrogenase Model Complexes
R Mejia-Rodriguez, D Chong, JH Reibenspies, MP Soriaga, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (38), 12004-12014, 2004
Oxygen capture by sulfur in nickel thiolates
CA Grapperhaus, MY Darensbourg
Accounts of chemical research 31 (8), 451-459, 1998
The bio-organometallic chemistry of active site iron in hydrogenases
MY Darensbourg, EJ Lyon, JJ Smee
Coordination chemistry reviews 206, 533-561, 2000
Coordination sphere flexibility of active-site models for Fe-only hydrogenase: Studies in intra-and intermolecular diatomic ligand exchange
EJ Lyon, IP Georgakaki, JH Reibenspies, MY Darensbourg
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (14), 3268-3278, 2001
The organometallic active site of [Fe] hydrogenase: Models and entatic states
MY Darensbourg, EJ Lyon, X Zhao, IP Georgakaki
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 100 (7), 3683-3688, 2003
H/D Exchange Reactions in Dinuclear Iron Thiolates as Activity Assay Models of Fe−H2ase
X Zhao, IP Georgakaki, ML Miller, JC Yarbrough, MY Darensbourg
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (39), 9710-9711, 2001
A mixed-valent, Fe (II) Fe (I), diiron complex reproduces the unique rotated state of the [FeFe] hydrogenase active site
T Liu, MY Darensbourg
Journal of the American Chemical Society 129 (22), 7008-7009, 2007
Catalysis of H2/D2 Scrambling and Other H/D Exchange Processes by [Fe]-Hydrogenase Model Complexes
X Zhao, IP Georgakaki, ML Miller, R Mejia-Rodriguez, CY Chiang, ...
Inorganic chemistry 41 (15), 3917-3928, 2002
Fundamental properties of small molecule models of Fe-only hydrogenase: computations relative to the definition of an entatic state in the active site
IP Georgakaki, LM Thomson, EJ Lyon, MB Hall, MY Darensbourg
Coordination chemistry reviews 238, 255-266, 2003
Reactions of transition metal carbonyls with organolithium compounds. II. Prediction of nucleophilic attack at carbon and resultant stereochemistry
DJ Darensbourg, MY Darensbourg
Inorganic Chemistry 9 (7), 1691-1694, 1970
Study of Sulfinate and Sulfenate Complexes Derived from the Oxygenation of Thiolate Sulfur in [1, 5-Bis (2-mercapto-2-methylpropyl)-1, 5-diazacyclooctanato (2-)] nickel (II)
RM Buonomo, I Font, MJ Maguire, JH Reibenspies, T Tuntulani, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 117 (3), 963-973, 1995
De Novo design of synthetic di-Iron (I) complexes as structural models of the reduced form of Iron− Iron hydrogenase
JW Tye, MY Darensbourg, MB Hall
Inorganic Chemistry 45 (4), 1552-1559, 2006
Electrocatalysis of hydrogen production by active site analogues of the iron hydrogenase enzyme: structure/function relationships
D Chong, IP Georgakaki, R Mejia-Rodriguez, J Sanabria-Chinchilla, ...
Dalton Transactions, 4158-4163, 2003
Ion pairing effects on transition metal carbonyl anions
MY Darensbourg
Progress in Inorganic Chemistry, Volume 33 33, 221, 2009
Synthetic Support of De Novo Design: Sterically Bulky [FeFe]‐Hydrogenase Models
ML Singleton, N Bhuvanesh, JH Reibenspies, MY Darensbourg
Angewandte Chemie 120 (49), 9634-9637, 2008
Thiolate Bridged Nickel–Iron Complexes Containing both Iron(0) and Iron(II) Carbonyls
CH Lai, JH Reibenspies, MY Darensbourg
Angewandte Chemie International Edition in English 35 (20), 2390-2393, 1996
Dual electron uptake by simultaneous iron and ligand reduction in an N-heterocyclic carbene substituted [FeFe] hydrogenase model compound
JW Tye, J Lee, HW Wang, R Mejia-Rodriguez, JH Reibenspies, MB Hall, ...
Inorganic chemistry 44 (16), 5550-5552, 2005
Sterically protected nickel (II) in a N2S2 donor environment: 1, 5-bis (mercaptoethyl)-1, 5-diazacyclooctane and its methylated derivative
DK Mills, JH Reibenspies, MY Darensbourg
Inorganic chemistry 29 (22), 4364-4366, 1990
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