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  1. Synthetic Study toward Total Synthesis of Germine: Synthesis of (+/-)-4-Methylenegermine. Gilbert Stork, Ayako Yamashita, Robert M. Hanson, Ly Phan, Eifion Phillips, Daniel Dube, Pieter H. Bos, Andrew J. Clark, Maxwell Gough, Mark L. Greenlee, Yimin Jiang, Keith Jones, Masato Kitamura, John Leonard, Tongzhu Liu, Philip J. Parsons, Aranapakam M. Venkatesan. Org. Letts. 2017, doi: 10.1021/acs.orglett.7b02434
  2. A chemical genomics approach to drug reprofiling in oncology: Antipsychotic drug risperidone as a potential adenocarcinoma treatment. Susan J Dilly, Andrew J Clark, Andrew Marsh, Daniel A. Mitchell, R. Cain, Colin W Fishwick, Paul C. Taylor. Cancer Lett. 2017, 393, 16-21
  3. Direct valorisation of waste cocoa butter triglycerides via catalytic epoxidation, ring-opening and polymerisation. Dorota Plaza, Vinzent Strobel, Parminder Kaur Heer, Andrew Sellars, Seng-Soi Hoong, Andrew J Clark, Alexei Lapkin. J. Chem. Technol. Biotechnol. 2017, 92, 2254-2266
  4. Synthesis and Properties of Polyesters from Waste Grapeseed Oil: Comparison with Soybean and Rapeseed Oils. Andrew J. Clark, Andrew H. Ross, Stefan A. F. Bon. J Polym Environ 2017, 25, 1-10
  5. Axially Chiral Enamides: Substituent Effects, Rotation Barriers and Implications for their Cyclization Reactions. Andrew J. Clark, Dennis P. Curran, David J. Fox, Franco Ghelfi, Collette S. Guy, Benjamin Hay, Jessica M. Phillips, Fabrizio Roncaglia, Philip B. Sellars, Paul Wilson, Hanmo Zhang. J. Org. Chem. 2016, 81, 5547-5565
  6. Copper mediated cyclization of 1-substituted enamides, dienamides and trienamides: regiochemistry, indigoid formation and methyl migration-aromatization. Joanna V. Geden, Andrew J. Clark, Stuart R. Coles, Collette S. Guy, Franco Ghelfi, Stephen Thom. Tetrahedron Lett. 2016, 57, 3109-3112
  7. AQA A-Level Chemistry, Student Book 2. Lynne Bayley, Andrew J Clark, Paulo, Coppo. Harper Collins, June 2016
  8. Cu⁰ Promoted Cyclization of Unsaturated α-Halogeno Amides to give β- and γ-Lactams. Andrew J. Clark, Jonathan N. Duckmanton, Fulvia Felluga, Armando Gennaro, Franco Ghelfi, Jack R. D. Hardiman, Abdirisak A. Isse, Claudia Manferdini, Domenico Spinelli Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2016, 2479–2491
  9. Copper Catalyzed Atom Transfer Radical Cyclization Reactions. Andrew J. Clark, Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2016, 2231-2243.
  10. Effect of the N-based ligands in copper complexes for depolymerisation of lignin. Jinhuo Dai, Sepa Nanayakkara, Thomas C. Lamb, Andrew J. Clark, Si-Xuan Guo, Jie Zhang, Antonio F. Patti, Kei Saito. New J. Chem, 2016, 40, 3511 – 3519
  11. Replacing styrene with bio-derived alternatives in polyesters. J. P. Youngblood, A. B. Sellars, A. J. Clark, S. R. Coles, Green Materials, 2015, 3, 35-42.
  12. Integrating medicinal plants extraction into a high-value biorefinery: an example of Artemisia annua. A. Lapkin, E. Adou, B. Mlambo, S. Chemat, J. Suberu, A. E. C. Collis, A. J. Clark, G. Barker. Comptes Rendus Chim. 2014, 17, 232-241.

  13. Copolymers of tetrahydrofuran and epoxidized vegetable oils: application to elastomeric polyurethanes. A. J. Clark, S. S Hoong, Polymer Chem. 2014, 53, 3238-3244.
  14. ’Comprehensive Organic Synthesis: Reduction of Ketones to Alkenes. A. J. Clark, C. S. Guy. Comprehensive Organic Synthesis II, 2nd Ed. Volume 8, Editors P. Knochel, G. A. Molander, Elsevier Ltd, 2014, 1143-1163.
  15. A chemical genomics screen reveals a possible link between flecainid and a frame shifted transcript of myosin light chain 2. P. C. Taylor, A. Marsh, A. J Clark, S. Ladwa, S. Dilley, Chem. Commun, 2013, 49, 9588-9590.
  16. Anti-Beckwith stereoselectivity in amidyl radical cyclisations: Bu3SnH mediated 5-exo-trig acyl mode cyclisation of 2-substituted pent-4-enamide radicals. A. J. Clark , D. J. Fox, J. A. Sherringham, R. P. Filik, Tetrahedron Letts. 2013, 54, 4094-4097.
  17. Efficient and green route to gamma-lactams by copper catalysed reversed atom transfer radical cyclization of alpha-polychloro N-allylamides, using a low load of metal (0.5 mol %). Franco Bellesia, Andrew J. Clark, Fulvia Felluga, Armando Gennaro, Abdirisak A. Isse, Fabrizio Roncagliaa and Franco Ghelfi, Adv. Syn. Catal. 2013, 355, 1649-1660.

  18. Atom Transfer Cyclization with CuSO4 / KBH4: a formal AGET process also applicable to ATRP. A. J. Clark, A. E. C Collis, D. J. Fox, L. L. Halliwell, N. James, R, K. O´Reilly, H. Parekh, A. Ross, A. B. H. Willcock, and P. Wilson. J. Org. Chem., 2012, 77, 6778-6788.
  19. A Spectrometer for 6.7 and 14.1 T DNP-Enhanced SolidState MAS NMR Using Quasi-Optical Microwave Transmission. Kevin J. Pike*, Thomas F. Kemp, Hiroki Takahashi, Robert Day, Andrew P. Howes, Eugeny V. Kryukov, James F. MacDonald, Alana E. C. Collis, David R. Bolton, Richard J. Wylde, Marcella Orwick, Kosuke Kosuga, Andrew J. Clark, Toshitaka Idehara, Anthony Watts, Graham M. Smith, Mark E. Newton, Ray Dupree*, Mark E. Smith, J. Magn. Res. 2012, 215, 1-9.
  20. Extracting valuable compounds from straw degraded by pleurotus ostreatus. C. I. Koncsag, A. J. Clark, D. Easton, S. R. Coles, A. E. Collis, K Kirwan, K Burton, Resources, Conservation and Recycling, 2012, 59, 14-22.
  21. Bond rotation dynamics of enamides: the effect of the acyl group and potential for chirality transfer during 5-endo trig cyclisations. A. J. Clark, D. P. Curran, J. V. Geden, N. James, P. Wilson, J. Org. Chem., 2011, 76, 4546-4551.
  22. Using the Man(9)(GlcNAc)-DC-SIGN pairing to probe specifity in photochemical immobilisaition. S. J. Dilly, A. J. Clark, D. A. Mitchell, A. Marhs, P. C. Taylor, Molecular Biosystem, 2011, 7, 116.
  23. A design of experiments (DoE) approach to material properties optimisation of electrospun nanofibres. S. R. Coles, D. K. Jacobs, J. O. Meredith, G. Barker, A. J. Clark, K. Kirwan, J. App. Pol. Sci., 2010, 2251.
  24. Copper(I) Halide Mediated Tandem 1,4-Aryl Migration / Oxidative 5-Exo Amidyl Radical Cyclisation of Bromosulfonamides. Andrew J Clark, David R. Fullaway, Nicholas P. Murphy, Hemal Parekh, Synlett, 2010, 610.
  25. 1,4-Aryl migration under copper(I) atom transfer conditions. A. J. Clark, S. R. Coles, A. Collis, T. Debure, C. Guy, N.P Murphy, P. Wilson, Tetrahedron Letts., 2009, 50, 5609.
  26. Copper(I) bromide mediated 1,4-aryl migration of N-sulfonyl bromoacetamides, A. J. Clark, S. R. Coles, A. Collis, N.P Murphy, P. Wilson, Tetrahedron Letts., 2009, 50¸ 6311.
  27. Degradation studies of polyurethanes based on vegetable oils. Part 2. Thermal degradation and materials properties, A. Z. Mohd Rus, T. J. Kemp, A. J. Clark, Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism, 2009, 34, 1-41.
  28. Bond Rotation Dynamics of N-cycloalkenyl-N-benzyl a-haloacetamide derivatives, D. B. Guthrie, K. Damodaran, D. P. Curran, P. Wilson, A. J. Clark, J. Org. Chem., 2009, 74, 4262.
  29. Synthetic Mimicking of Plant Oils and Comparison with Naturally Grown Products in Polyurethane Synthesis, S. R. Coles, G. Barker, A. J. Clark, K. Kirwan, D. Jacobs, K. Makenji, D. Pink, Macromol. Biosci. 2008, 8, 526.
  30. Rapid Identification of a Putative Interaction between beta-2-Adrenorecpetor Agonsits and ATF4 using a Chemical Genomics Approach, S. R. Ladwa, S. J. Dilly, A. J. Clark, A. Marsh, P. C. Taylor, ChemMedChem, 2008, 3, 372.
  31. Copper mediated atom transfer radical cyclisation with AIBN, A. J. Clark, P. Wilson. Tetrahedron Letts., 2008, 49¸ 4848.
  32. Degradation studies of polyurethanes based on vegetable oils. Part 1.Photodegradation, A. Z. Mohd Rus, T. J. Kemp, A. J. Clark, Progress in Reaction Kinetics and Mechanism, 2008, 33, 363.
  33. Regiochemistry of Copper (I)-Mediated Cyclization of Dienamides. A. J. Clark, J. V. Geden, S. Thom, P. Wilson J. Org. Chem, 2007, 72, 5923-5926.
  34. Function and Stability of Abscisic Acid Acyl Hydrazone Conjugates by LC-MS2 of ex vivo Samples. T. Smith, A. J. Clark, R. Napier, P.C. Taylor, A. J. Thompson, A. Marsh, Bioconjugate Chemistry 2007, 18, 1355-1359.
  35. A Photoimobilisation Strategy that Maximises Exploration of Chemical Space in Small Molecule Affinity Selection and Target Discovery. S.J. Dilly, M. J. Bell, A. J. Clark, A. Marsh, R. Napier, M. J. Sergeant, A. J. Thompson, P.C. Taylor, Chem. Commun, 2007. 2808-2810.
  36. Mechanical Properties of Hemp Fibre Reinforced Euphorbia Composites. A. J. Clark, N. J. Tucker, L. Mwaikambo. MacroMol. Mat. Engin. 2007, 292, 993-1000.
  37. Peptide / Protien identification using photoreactive carriers for immobilisation of the ligands. A. J. Clark, S. J. Dilly, A. Marsh, R. Napier, P. sC. Taylor, Patent, 2007, WO/2007/020453, PCT/GB2006/003089
  38. Practical Syntheses of [1,3,5]-Triazine Dendritic Molecules on Solid Supports. S. J. Dilly, S. J. Carlisle, A. J. Clark, A. R. Shepherd, S. C. Smith, P. C. Taylor, and A. Marsh, J. Polym. Sci. Part A: Polym. Chem. A. 2006, 44, 7, 2248-2254.
  39. Solid-Supported Catalysts for Atom Transfer Radical Cyclizations: Assessment of Support type and Ligand Structure on Catalysts Performance in the Synthesis of Heterocycles. A. J. Clark, J. V. Geden, and S. Thom. J. Org. Chem., 2006, 71, 1471-1481.
  40. Protein-Resistant Surface, A. J. Clark, S.J. Dilly, A. Marsh, P.C. Taylor, 2006, GB0604910.
  41. Novel Tertiary Amine Oxide Surfaces that Resist Nonspecific Protein Adsorption, S. J. Dilly, M. P. Beecham, S. P. Brown, A. J. Clark, A. Marsh, P. C. Taylor. Langmuir, 2006, 22, 8144.
  42. Concise Enantioselective Synthesis of Absicic acid and Analogues. T. R. Smith, A. J. Clark, G. J. Clarkson, P. C. Taylor, and A. Marsh. Org. Biomol. Chemistry, 2006, 4, 4186.
  43. Radical Reactions part 1 (1999). A. Clark, and J. A. Sherringham, Organic Reaction Mechanisms, Wiley and Sons, 2004, 125-162.
  44. Radical Reactions part 1 (2000). A. Clark, J. V. Geden, N. J. Murphy, Organic Reaction Mechanisms, Wiley and Sons, 2004, 115-147.
  45. Radical Reactions part 1 (1998). A. J. Clark, and J. A. Sherringham, Organic Reaction Mechanisms, Wiley and Sons, 2003, 117-151.
  46. Organometallic Complexes of Tin: Tin Hydrides. Science of Synthesis, Vol 5, Ed. J. Thomas, M. Moloney, Thieme, 2003, 205-271.
  47. Oxidative 5-Endo Radical Polar Crossover Reactions Mediated by Ceric Ammonium Nitrate. A. J. Clark, C. P. Dell, J. V. Geden, P. Mawdsley, and J. P. McDonagh, 2003, 2063-2066.
  48. Base Mediated Reactions of N-Alkyl-O-Acyl Hydroxamic Acids: Synthesis of 2,3-Dihydro-4-Isoxazole Carboxylic Ester Derivatives. A. J. Clark, D. Patel, and M. J. Broadhurst. Tetrahedron Letters, 2003, 44, 7763-7766.
  49. Atom transfer radical cyclisation reactions mediated by copper complexes. A. J. Clark, Chem. Soc. Rev. 2002, 31, 1.
  50. Chiral discrimination in mobile phases for HPLC. R. Lukac R, A. J. Clark, S. Khalid, A. Rodger, A. Snedden, and P. M. Rodger. J. Mol. Liq., 2002, 411-423.
  51. Predicting Chiral Discrimination in HPLC from Computer Simulations R. Lukac R, A. J. Clark, S. Khalid, A. Rodger, A. Snedden, and P. M. Rodger. J. Mol. Liq., 2002, 261-272.
  52. 5-Exo Atom Transfer Cyclisation onto Alkynes by Copper (1) Complexes. A. J. Clark, G. M. Battle and A. Bridge, Tetrahedron Lett. 2001, 42, 1999-2002.
  53. Ligand Electronic Effects on Rates of Copper Mediated Atom Transfer Radical Cyclisation and Polymerisation. A. J. Clark, G. M. Battle, D. M. Haddleton, A. M. Hemming and A. Bridge, Tetrahedron Lett. 2001, 42, 2003-6.
  54. Rearrangement of Unactivated O-acyl Hydroxamic Acid Derivatives using Phosphazene Bases. A. J. Clark, Y. S. S. Faiyz, D. Patel, and M. J. Broadhurst, Tetrahedron Lett. 2001, 42, 2007-2010.
  55. Efficient beta-Lactam Synthesis via 4-Exo Atom Transfer Radical Cyclisation using CuBr(tripyyridylamine) Complex. A. J. Clark, G. M. Battle, and A. Bridge, Tetrahedron Lett. 2001, 42, 4409-4412.
  56. Solvent Effects in Copper(I) Mediated 5-Endo Cyclisation of Secondary Bromo-enamides. A. J. Clark, C. P. Dell, and J. P. McDonagh, C. R. Acad. Sci. Ser IIc:
  57. A Nonisocyanate Route to Monodisperse Branched Polyurethanes. A. J. Clark, J. Echenique, D. M. Haddleton, T. A. Straw, and P. C. Taylor. J. Org. Chem., 2001, 66, 8687-8688.
  58. Efficient preparation of substituted pyrrolidiniones via 5-endo radical cyclisations mediated by copper (I) amine complexes, A. J. Clark, C. P. Dell, and J. P. McDonagh, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 2001, 221, 194 Orgn Part 2.
  59. Synthesis and rearrangement of N-alkyl-O-acyl hydroxamic acids. A. J. Clark and D. Patel, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 2001, 221, 351 Orgn Part 2.
  60. Room temperature 5-exo and 5-endo asymmetric atom-transfer radical cyclisations. N. A. Hunt, A. J. Clark, R. P. Filik, and G. H. Thomas, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 2000, 219, 708.
  61. Diastereoselective Addition Reactions of Racemic Chiral Vinyl Sulfimides. C. P. Rayner (nee Baird), A. J Clark, S. M. Rooke, T. J. Sparey, and P. C. Taylor, J. Chem. Soc., Perkin 1. 2000, 79-8.
  62. Copper Mediated Atom Transfer Radical Cyclisations of Activated and Unactivated N-Allylhaloacetamides and N-Homoallyacetamides using Chiral and Non-chiral Copper Complexes. A. J. Clark, F. De Campo, R. J. Deeth, R. P. Filik, S. Gatard, N. H. Hunt, D. Lastecoures, G. H. Thomas, J-B. Verlhac, and H.Wongtap. J. Chem. Soc., Perkin 1. 2000, 671-680.
  63. Base Catalysed Rearrangement of N-Alkyl-O-Acyl Hydroxamic Acids: Synthesis of 2-Acyloxyamide Derivatives. A. J. Clark, Y. S. S. Al-Faiyz, M. Broadhurst, D. Patel, and J. L. Peacock. J. Chem. Soc., Perkin 1. 2000, 1117-1127.
  64. Characterisation using MALDI and Chemical Manipulation of Euphorbia Oil Towards Polymer Feedstocks, A J Clark, in “The Development of Euphorbia Lagascae within the European Community (FAIR CT98/4460)”, Eds D. Turley, M. Fremont and S. Cook, ADAS, 2000, 52-57.
  65. New Feedstocks for Polyurethane Synthesis. J. A. Sherringham, A. J. Clark, B. R. T. Keene Lipid Technology. 2000, 129-130.
  66. N-Alkyl-2-pyridylmethanimines as Tuneable Alternatives to Bipyridine Ligands in Copper Mediated Atom Transfer Radical Cyclisation Reactions. A. J. Clark, D. J. Duncalf, R. P. Filik, D. M. Haddleton, G. H. Thomas, and H. Wongtap, Tetrahedron Lett. 1999, 3807-3810.
  67. Stereoselectivity in Amidyl Radical Cyclisations: Alkyl Mode Cyclisations. A. J. Clark, R. J. Deeth, C. J. Samuel, and H. Wongtap, Synlett. 1999, 444-446.
  68. Tandem Cyclisations of Amidyl Radicals Derived from O-Acyl Hydroxamic Acid Derivatives. A.J. Clark, R. P. Filik, J. L. Peacock, and G. H. Thomas, Synlett. 1999, 441-443.
  69. Ligand Geometry Effects in Copper Mediated Atom Transfer Radical Cyclisations. A. J. Clark, R. F. Filik, and G. H. Thomas, Tetrahedron Lett. 1999, 4885-4889.
  70. Solid Supported Catalysts for Atom Transfer Radical Cyclisation of 2-Haloacetamides. A. J Clark, R. P Filik, D. M Haddleton, A. Radique, C. J Sanders, G. H Thomas and M. E Smith. J. Org. Chem., 1999, 64, 8954-8958.
  71. Efficient Room Temperature Copper (I) Mediated 5-endo Radical Cyclisations. A. J. Clark, C.P. Dell, J. M. Ellard, N. A. Hunt, and J. P McDonagh, Tetrahedron Lett. 1999, 8619-8622.
  72. Changes in the Homogeneity of Poly(arylester) Dendrimers during the MALDI Mass Spectrometry Experiment. A. J. Clark, A. A. Coleshill, D. M. Haddleton, S. J. Isles, H. S. Sahota, P. C. Taylor and S. G. Yeates. Eur. Mass. Spectrom. 1999, 5, 273-275.
  73. Studies toward the total synthesis of L-755,807: A novel non-peptide bradykinin inhibitor. A. J. Clark and J. M. Ellard, Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 1999, 218, 565.
  74. An Amidyl Radical Cyclisation Approach Towards the Synthesis of beta-Lactams. A. J. Clark, J. L. Peacock. Tetrahedron Lett. 1998, 1265-1268.
  75. Rearrangements of Activated O-Acyl Hydroxamic Acid Derivatives. Y. S. S. Al-Faiyz, A. J. Clark, R. P. Filik, J.. L. Peacock, G. H. Thomas. Tetrahedron Lett. 1998, 1269-1272.
  76. Copper Diimine complexes: the synthesis and crystal structures of [Cu(C10H14N2)2(MeOH)][BF4], [Cu(C10H14N2)2]Br, [{Cu(C10H14N2)2CuBr(m-OMe)}2(MeOH)], [{Cu(C10H20N2)2CuBr(m-OMe)}2]. D. M. Haddleton, A. J. Clark, D. D. Duncalf, A. M. Heming, D. Kukulj, A. J. Shooter, J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans, 1998, 381-385.
  77. Atom transfer polymerisation of methyl methacrylate: Use of chiral aryl /alkyl pyridylmethanamine ligands; with copper (I) bromide and as structurally characterised chiral copper (I) complexes. D. M. Haddleton, D. D. Duncalf, D. Kukulj, A. M. Heming , A. J. Shooter, A. J. Clark, J. Materials Chem. 1998,(8)7, 1525.
  78. Stereoselectivity in amidyl radical cyclisations. Acyl mode cyclisations. A. J. Clark, J. L. Peacock, Tetrahedron Lett. 1998, 6029-6032.
  79. Synthesis of the C9-C25 fragment of L-755,807. Evidence for the relative configuration of the side-chain. A. J. Clark, J. M. Ellard, Tetrahedron Lett. 1998, 6033-6036.
  80. First structurally authenticated inorganic polymers of CuBr and CuI containing chiral bidentate N-donor 1ligands. Use of Schiff base 2,2’-bis[(4S)-4-benzyl-2-oxazoline] as Ligand. D. M. Haddleton, D. D. Duncalf, A. J. Clark, M. C. Crossman, D. Kukulj. New J. Chem. 1998, 315-317.
  81. [N-Alkyl-(2-pyridyl)methanimine]copper(I) Complexes: Characterisation and Application as Catalysts for Atom-Transfer Polymerisation. D. M. Haddleton, D. J. Duncalf, D. Kukulj, M. C. Crossman, S. G. Jackson, S. A. F. Bon, A. J. Clark, A. J. Shooter, Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 1998, 1799-1806.
  82. Polyester dendrimers as metalloenzyme analogues. A. J. Clark, D. M. Haddleton, M. J. Hannon, S. J. Isles, P. C. Mayers, and P. C. Taylor, Abstracts of Papers Of the American Chemical Society. 1998, 216, 68
  83. Stereochemistry of amidyl radical cyclisations. A. J. Clark, R. P. Filik, G. H. Thomas, J. L. Peacock, and H. Wongtap. Abstracts of Papers Of the American Chemical Society. 1998, 216, 629
  84. Molecular recognition of chiral molecules in novel solid supported tartrate derived macrocycles and polyurethanes. A. J. Clark, P. Ross, N. Savage, and K. E. Worsfold. Abstracts of Papers Of the American Chemical Society. 1998, 216, 432
  85. Generation and cyclisation of amidyl and carbon radicals using homogenous and solid supported copper Schiff's base complexes. A. J. Clark, R. P. Filik, G. H. Thomas, and H. Wongtap. Abstracts of Papers of the American Chemical Society. 1998, 216, 743.
  86. Atom transfer radical polymerisation (ATRP) of methyl methacrylate in the presence of radical inhibitors. A. J. Clark, M. C. Crossman, D. J. Duncalf, D. M. Haddleton, S. R. Morsley, A. J. Shooter, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1997, 1734-1735.
  87. Sulfimide-mediated asymmetric synthesis. C. P. Baird, A. J. Clark, S. M. Rooke, T. J. Sparey, P. C. Taylor. Phosphorus Sulfur and Silicon and the Related Elements, 1997, 120, 365.
  88. Radical Reactions part 1 (1995). A. Clark, and S. M. Rooke. Organic Reaction Mechanisms, Wiley and Sons, 1997, 91-122.
  89. Chemistry of N-alkyl-O-acyl hydroxamic acid derivatives, A. J Clark, and J. L. Peacocok, Abstracts of the American Chemical Society. 1997, 213, 50.
  90. Formation of 2-styryl heterocycles by addition of alpha-heteroradicals to unsaturated sulphimides. A. J. Clark, S. Rooke, T. Sparey, P. C. Taylor. Tetrahedron. Lett. 1996, 909-913.
  91. Diastereoselective reactions of delta-siloxyallylzirconium reagents with aldehydes. A. J. Clark, I. Kasujee, J. L. Peacock, Tetrahedron Lett. 1995, 36, 7137-7140.
  92. Cobalt salen complexes, A. Clark, and G. Pattenden, "Encyclopedia of Organic Reagents", Pergamon, October 1995. 1 page
  93. Cobalt salophen complexes, A. Clark, and G. Pattenden, "Encyclopedia of Organic Reagents", Pergamon, October 1995. 1 page
  94. Methylcobalt (DMGH)2 complex, A. Clark, G. Pattenden, B. Giese, and O. Hartung "Encyclopedia of Organic Reagents", Pergamon, October 1995. 3 pages
  95. The Formation of One or More CC bond(s) by Addition: Addition of Carbon Centered Radicals and Electrocyclic Additions to CC-Multiple bonds Chapter 1.08. A. Clark, and P. Taylor, "Organic Functional Group Transformations". Pergamon. 1995. 319-376.
  96. Cobalt (II) Chloride-Grignard reagent: an alternative to tin hydride in aryl radical cyclisations. A. J. Clark, D.I. Davies, K. Jones, C. Millbanks, J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1994, 41-42.
  97. Cobalt-mediated Aryl radical cyclisations: A formal total synthesis of Physovenine. A. Clark, K. Jones. Tetrahedron. 1992, 48, 6875-6881.
  98. Aryl radical cyclisations, quinoline, isoquinoline, and 1-benzazepin-2-one rings via 6-and 7-exo cyclisations. A. J. Clark, K. Jones, C. McCarthy, J. M. D. Storey, Tetrahedron Lett. 1991, 32, 2829-2832.
  99. Radical Cyclizations In The Synthesis Of Heterocycles. A. J. Clark, and K. Jones, Abstracts Of Papers Of The American Chemical Society. 1990, 200, 213.
  100. Evidence on the nature of cobalt-mediated aryl radical cyclisations. A. J. Clark, K. Jones. Tetrahedron Lett. 1989, 30, 5485-5488.


 


 


 

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