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Publications - Jason G. Gillmore

asterisks indicate undergraduate* or high school** student co-authors

16. Pollock, B.J.*; Sikes, C.A.*; Ter Louw, R.P.*; Hawken, S.R.*; Speelman, A.L.*; Lynch, E.J.*; Stanford, D.J.; Wheeler, K.A.; Gillmore, J.G. Synthesis and structural investigation of an 'oxazinoquinolinespirohexadienone' that only exists as its long-wavelength ring-opened quinonimine isomer. Manuscript submitted to J. Org. Chem. on 30 July 2012
15. Lynch, E.J.*; Speelman, A.L.*; Curry, B.A.*; Murillo, C.S.*; Gillmore, J.G. Expanding and testing a computational method for predicting the ground state reduction potentials of organic molecules on the basis of empirical correlation to experiment. J. Org. Chem. 2012, Article ASAP (DOI:)
14. Gillmore, J.G. Writing the Research Plan for Your Academic Job Application. ACS Graduate& Postdoctoral Scholars Bulletin [Online] 2012, Article 2. (last accessed April 30, 2012) http://portal.acs.org/portal/PublicWebSite/education/students/graduate/CNBP_029476
13. Higgins, T.B.; Brown, K.L.; Gillmore, J.G.; Johnson, J.B.; Peaslee, G.F.; Stanford, D.J. Successful Student Transitions from the Community College to the Four-Year College Facilitated by Undergraduate Research. Counc. Undergrad. Res. Q. 2011, 31 (3), 16-22.
12. Gillmore, J.G. PLTL impacts a career – from peer leader to the professoriate. Progressions: The Peer-Led Team Learning Project Newsletter 2010, 12 (1), online at www.pltl.org.
11. Moerdyk, J.P.*; Speelman, A.L.*; Kuper, K.E. III*; Heiberger, B.R.*; Ter Louw, R.P.*; Zeller, D.J.*; Radler, A.J.*; Gillmore, J.G. Synthesis and photochemistry of two quinoline analogs of the perimidinespirohexadienone family of photochromes. J. Photochem. Photobiol. A 2009, 205, 84-92.


Speelman, A.L.*; Gillmore, J.G. Efficient Computational Methods for Accurately Predicting Reduction Potentials of Organic Molecules. J. Phys. Chem. A 2008, 112 (25), 5684-5690. (featured as cover art)
9. Roschek, B. Jr.; Tallman, K.A.; Rector, C.L.; Gillmore, J.G.; Pratt, D.A.; Punta, C.; Porter, N.A. Peroxyl Radical Clocks. J. Org. Chem. 2006, 71 (9), 3527-3532.
8. Gillmore, J.G.; Neiser, J.D.; McManus, K.A.; Roh, Y.; Dombrowski, G.W.; Brown, T.G.; Dinnocenzo, J.P.; Farid, S.; Robello, D.R. Quantum Amplified Isomerization: A New Concept for Polymeric Optical Materials. Macromolecules 2005, 38 (18), 7684-7694.
7. Robello, D.R.; Dinnocenzo J.P.; Farid, S.; Gillmore, J.G. Optical Recording Material. US patent 6,969,578 B2, November 29, 2005 . [Application submitted August 19, 2002 (US 2002-223238). Followed up with European (EP 2003-77476) and Japanese (JP 2003-295379) patent applications in 2003-2004.]
6. Tanko, J.M.; Gillmore, J.G.; Friedline, R.; Chahma, M. Cyclopropyl Carbinyl→ Homoallyl-Type Ring Opening of Ketyl Radical Anions. Structure/Reactivity Relationships and the Contribution of Solvent/Counterion Reorganization to the Intrinsic Barrier. J. Org. Chem. 2005, 70 (10), 4170-4173.
5. Robello, D.R.; Dinnocenzo, J.P.; Farid, S.; Gillmore, J.G.; Thomas, S.W. III*. Quantum Amplified Isomerization: A New Chemically Amplified Imaging System in Solid Polymers. In Chromogenic Phenomena in Polymers: Tunable Optical Properties; Jenekhe , S.A. , Kiserow, D.J., Eds.; ACS Symposium Series 888; American Chemical Society: Washington DC , 2004; pp 135-146.
4. Robello, D.R.; Farid, S.; Dinnocenzo, J.P.; Gillmore, J.G. Quantum Amplified Isomerization: Photoinitiated Electron Transfer Chain Reactions in Dewarbenzene Substituted Polymers. Polym. Prepr.(Am. Chem. Soc., Div. Polym. Chem.) 2002, 43 (1), 165-166.
3. Robello, D.R.; Dinnocenzo, J.P.; Gillmore, J.G.; Thomas, S.W. III*. Quantum Amplified Isomerization: A New Chemically Amplified Imaging System. Polym. Prepr. (Am. Chem. Soc., Div. Polym. Chem.) 2001, 42 (2), 717-718.
2. Gillmore, J.G.; Tanko, J.M. Radical ion probes. 11. Reaction of 1,1-dimethyl-5,7-di-t-butylspiro[2.5]octa-4,7-dien-6-one with 5-hexenyl magnesium bromide. Tetrahedron Lett. 1998, 39 (48), 8795-8798.
1. Phillips, J.P.; Gillmore*, J.G.; Schwartz*, P.; Brammer, L.E., Jr.; Berger, D.J.; Tanko, J.M. Radical Ion Probes. 8. Direct and Indirect Electrochemistry of 5,7-Di-tert-butylspiro[2.5]octa-4,7-dien-6-one and Derivatives. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1998, 120 (1), 195-202.



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