The Tolman Group works at the interfaces of inorganic, biological, and polymer chemistry to address important problems related to human health and the environment.
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Tolman Lab @ WUSTL
Recent Publications and News
For the last super-group meeting of the Tolman, Tonks, and Lu labs at UMN, we are proud to celebrate the lasting impact of a multi-lab meeting on all of our science. Although Connie and Ian couldn't make this particular meeting, they were with us in spirit through their attending group members. As the Tolman lab prepares to move to WUSTL, we hope these super-group meetings can continue in our stead as we hope to start new traditions at our new home.
Daniel E. Stasiw, Anna M. Luke, Tomer Rosen, Aaron B. League, Mukunda Mandal, Benjamin D. Neisen, Christopher J. Cramer, Moshe Kol, and William B. Tolman; Inorg. Chem. 2017, 56, 14366–14372.
Megan E. Fieser, Maria J. Sanford, Lauren A. Mitchell, Christine R. Dunbar, Mukunda Mandal, Nathan J. Van Zee, Devon M. Urness, Christopher J. Cramer*, Geoffrey W. Coates*, and William B. Tolman*, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2017, 139, 15222–15231.
Alex John, Büsra Dereli, Manuel A. Ortuño, Hillis E. Johnson, Marc A. Hillmyer, Christopher J. Cramer*, and William B. Tolman*, Organometallics, 2017, 36, 2956–2964.
Congratulations to Dr. Ben Neisen for successfully defending his Ph.D. thesis entitled "Formally Cu(III)-alkylperoxo cores: Modeling proposed intermediates of lytic polysaccharide monooxygenase"! Ben will soon take a postdoctoral position at Pacific Northwest National Laboratories. We wish him further success there!
Daniel E. Stasiw, Mukunda Mandal, Benjamin D. Neisen, Lauren A. Mitchell, Christopher J. Cramer, and William B. Tolman, Inorg. Chem., 2017, 56, 725-728.
Courtney E. Elwell, Nicole L. Gagnon, Benjamin D. Neisen, Debanjan Dhar, Andrew D. Spaeth, Gereon M. Yee, and William B. Tolman*, Chem. Rev. 2017, 117, 2059–2107.