Christopher Cummins
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Dinitrogen cleavage by a three-coordinate molybdenum (III) complex
CE Laplaza, CC Cummins
Science 268 (5212), 861-863, 1995
6301995
Methane and benzene activation via transient (tert-Bu3SiNH) 2Zr: NSi-tert-Bu3
CC Cummins, SM Baxter, PT Wolczanski
Journal of the American Chemical Society 110 (26), 8731-8733, 1988
4311988
Dinitrogen Cleavage by Three-Coordinate Molybdenum(III) Complexes:  Mechanistic and Structural Data1
CE Laplaza, MJA Johnson, JC Peters, AL Odom, E Kim, CC Cummins, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 118 (36), 8623-8638, 1996
4271996
Towards uranium catalysts
AR Fox, SC Bart, K Meyer, CC Cummins
Nature 455 (7211), 341-349, 2008
3482008
Early-transition-metal-mediated activation and transformation of white phosphorus
BM Cossairt, NA Piro, CC Cummins
Chemical reviews 110 (7), 4164-4177, 2010
3382010
Arene-bridged diuranium complexes: inverted sandwiches supported by δ backbonding
PL Diaconescu, PL Arnold, TA Baker, DJ Mindiola, CC Cummins
Journal of the American Chemical Society 122 (25), 6108-6109, 2000
2682000
Tri-tert-butylsilyl) imido complexes of titanium: benzene carbon-hydrogen activation and structure of [(tert-Bu3SiNH) Ti] 2 (. mu.-NSi-tert-Bu3) 2
CC Cummins, CP Schaller, GD Van Duyne, PT Wolczanski, AWE Chan, ...
Journal of the American Chemical Society 113 (8), 2985-2994, 1991
2431991
Cleavage of the Nitrous Oxide NN Bond by a Tris (amido) molybdenum (III) Complex
CE Laplaza, AL Odom, WM Davis, CC Cummins, JD Protasiewicz
Journal of the American Chemical Society 117 (17), 4999-5000, 1995
2321995
Hydrocarbon Activation via Reversible 1,2-RH-Elimination from (tBu3SiNH)3ZrR:  Synthetic, Structural, and Mechanistic Investigations
CP Schaller, CC Cummins, PT Wolczanski
Journal of the American Chemical Society 118 (3), 591-611, 1996
2311996
Phosphinidenetantalum(V) Complexes of the Type [(N3N)TaPR] as Phospha‐Wittig Reagents
CC Cummins, RR Schrock, WM Davis
Angewandte Chemie International Edition in English 32 (5), 756-759, 1993
1841993
Triple-bond reactivity of diphosphorus molecules
NA Piro, JS Figueroa, JT McKellar, CC Cummins
Science 313 (5791), 1276-1279, 2006
1772006
Synthesis of Terminal Vanadium (V) Imido, Oxo, Sulfido, Selenido, and Tellurido Complexes by Imido Group or Chalcogenide Atom Transfer to Trigonal Monopyramidal V [N3N](N3N …
CC Cummins, RR Schrock, WM Davis
Inorganic Chemistry 33 (7), 1448-1457, 1994
1721994
Heterodinuclear uranium/molybdenum dinitrogen complexes
AL Odom, PL Arnold, CC Cummins
Journal of the American Chemical Society 120 (23), 5836-5837, 1998
1681998
Synthesis of zinc sulfide and cadmium sulfide within ROMP block copolymer microdomains
CC Cummins, RR Schrock, RE Cohen
Chemistry of materials 4 (1), 27-30, 1992
1621992
Small lead sulfide (PbS) clusters prepared via ROMP block copolymer technology
V Sankaran, CC Cummins, RR Schrock, RE Cohen, RJ Silbey
Journal of the American Chemical Society 112 (19), 6858-6859, 1990
1591990
Three‐Coordinate Complexes of “Hard” Ligands: Advances in Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity
CC Cummins
Progress in Inorganic Chemistry, 685-836, 1997
1561997
Isolation and structural characterization of the terminal mesityl azide complex V (N3MES)(I)(NRArF) 2 and its conversion to a vanadium (V) imido complex
MG Fickes, WM Davis, CC Cummins
Journal of the American Chemical Society 117 (23), 6384-6385, 1995
1451995
A Molybdenum–Phosphorus Triple Bond: Synthesis, Structure, and Reactivity of the Terminal Phosphido (P3−) Complex [Mo(P)(NRAr)3]
CE Laplaza, WM Davis, CC Cummins
Angewandte Chemie International Edition in English 34 (18), 2042-2044, 1995
1401995
Facile synthesis of trialkoxymolybdenum (VI) alkylidyne complexes for alkyne metathesis
YC Tsai, PL Diaconescu, CC Cummins
Organometallics 19 (25), 5260-5262, 2000
1352000
Synthesis of vanadium and titanium complexes of the type RM [(Me3SiNCH2CH2) 3N](R= Cl, alkyl) and the structure of ClV [(Me3SiNCH2CH2) 3N]
CC Cummins, RR Schrock, WM Davis
Organometallics 11 (4), 1452-1454, 1992
1311992
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