Thomas B. Rauchfuss
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Frontiers, Opportunities, and Challenges in Biochemical and Chemical Catalysis of CO2 Fixation
AM Appel, JE Bercaw, AB Bocarsly, H Dobbek, DL DuBois, M Dupuis, ...
Chemical reviews 113 (8), 6621-6658, 2013
13722013
Small molecule mimics of hydrogenases: hydrides and redox
F Gloaguen, TB Rauchfuss
Chemical Society Reviews 38 (1), 100-108, 2009
6422009
Biomimetic hydrogen evolution catalyzed by an iron carbonyl thiolate
F Gloaguen, JD Lawrence, TB Rauchfuss
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (38), 9476-9477, 2001
4802001
Metal complexes of hemilabile ligands. Reactivity and structure of dichlorobis (o-(diphenylphosphino) anisole) ruthenium (II)
JC Jeffrey, TB Rauchfuss
Inorganic Chemistry 18 (10), 2658-2666, 1979
4561979
Efficient production of the liquid fuel 2, 5‐dimethylfuran from fructose using formic acid as a reagent
T Thananatthanachon, TB Rauchfuss
Angewandte Chemie 122 (37), 6766-6768, 2010
4152010
Iron carbonyl sulfides, formaldehyde, and amines condense to give the proposed azadithiolate cofactor of the Fe-only hydrogenases
H Li, TB Rauchfuss
Journal of the American Chemical Society 124 (5), 726-727, 2002
3602002
Hydrogenase enzymes and their synthetic models: the role of metal hydrides
D Schilter, JM Camara, MT Huynh, S Hammes-Schiffer, TB Rauchfuss
Chemical reviews 116 (15), 8693-8749, 2016
3492016
Diiron Azadithiolates as Models for the Iron‐Only Hydrogenase Active Site: Synthesis, Structure, and Stereoelectronics
JD Lawrence, H Li, TB Rauchfuss, M Bénard, MM Rohmer
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 40 (9), 1768-1771, 2001
3242001
First generation analogues of the binuclear site in the Fe-only hydrogenases: Fe2 (µ-SR) 2 (CO) 4 (CN) 2 2
M Schmidt, SM Contakes, TB Rauchfuss
J. Am. Chem. Soc 121, 9736-9737, 1999
3151999
Synthetic and structural studies on [Fe2 (SR) 2 (CN) x (CO) 6-x] x-as active site models for Fe-only hydrogenases
F Gloaguen, JD Lawrence, M Schmidt, SR Wilson, TB Rauchfuss
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (50), 12518-12527, 2001
3092001
Combining acid–base, redox and substrate binding functionalities to give a complete model for the [FeFe]-hydrogenase
JM Camara, TB Rauchfuss
Nature chemistry 4 (1), 26-30, 2012
3042012
Transition metal polysulfides: coordination compounds with purely inorganic chelate ligands
M Draganjac, TB Rauchfuss
Angewandte Chemie International Edition in English 24 (9), 742-757, 1985
2851985
The coordination chemistry of thiophenes
TB Rauchfuss
Progress in inorganic chemistry 39, 259-329, 1991
2771991
Bimetallic carbonyl thiolates as functional models for Fe-only hydrogenases
F Gloaguen, JD Lawrence, TB Rauchfuss, M Bénard, MM Rohmer
Inorganic chemistry 41 (25), 6573-6582, 2002
2612002
Synthetic models for the active site of the [FeFe]-hydrogenase: catalytic proton reduction and the structure of the doubly protonated intermediate
ME Carroll, BE Barton, TB Rauchfuss, PJ Carroll
Journal of the American Chemical Society 134 (45), 18843-18852, 2012
2202012
Research on soluble metal sulfides: from polysulfido complexes to functional models for the hydrogenases
TB Rauchfuss
Inorganic chemistry 43 (1), 14-26, 2004
2182004
Hydride-containing models for the active site of the nickel− iron hydrogenases
BE Barton, TB Rauchfuss
Journal of the American Chemical Society 132 (42), 14877-14885, 2010
2112010
Redox-switched oxidation of dihydrogen using a non-innocent ligand
MR Ringenberg, SL Kokatam, ZM Heiden, TB Rauchfuss
Journal of the American Chemical Society 130 (3), 788-789, 2008
2072008
Diiron azadithiolates as models for the [FeFe]-hydrogenase active site and paradigm for the role of the second coordination sphere
TB Rauchfuss
Accounts of chemical research 48 (7), 2107-2116, 2015
2042015
Synthesis and technique in inorganic chemistry: a laboratory manual
GS Girolami, TB Rauchfuss, RJ Angelici
University Science Books, 1999
2031999
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