Dr. Donald Marquardt
My areas of interest include all aspects of organic synthesis and synthetic methodology. Novel organic materials, free radical reactions and control of asymmetry are of particular interest. Current research projects include the development of methodology for and the synthesis of nonplanar "aromatic" hydrocarbons related to fullerenes, asymmetric induction utilizing Diels-Alder adducts, applications to the synthesis of natural products, and the development of new, synthetically useful radical trapping agents.
"An Efficient Reduction of Anthrones to Anthracenes" Frankie A. McCormick and Donald J. Marquardt
Tetrahedron Letters 1994, 35, 1131.
"Facile Oxidation of Aliphatic Side chains of Anthracene Diels-Alder Adducts" Donald J. Marquardt and Frankie A. McCormick
Tetrahedron Letters 1994, 35, 5169.
"N-Hydroxypyridine-2thione Carbamates. VI. Functionalization of Carbon Radicals Formed by Aminium Cation Radical Cyclizations." Martin E. Newcomb, Donald J. Marquardt and M. Udaya Kumar
Tetrahedron 1990, 46, 2345.