KEY PUBLICATIONS

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13. CONTROLLING THE SHAPE AND CHIRALITY OF AN EIGHT-CROSSING MOLECULAR KNOT

John P. Carpenter,§ Charlie T. McTernan,§ Jake L. Greenfield, Roy Lavendomme, Tanya, K. Ronson, Jonathan R. Nitschke

§ = These authors contributed equally

Chem 2021, in press

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12. SELECTIVE ANION BINDING DRIVES THE FORMATION OF AG8L6 AND AG12L6 SIX-STRANDED HELICATES

Charlie T. McTernan, Tanya K. Ronson, Jonathan R. Nitschke*

https://pubs.acs.org/doi/10.1021/jacs.0c11905

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11. A TRACK-BASED MOLECULAR SYNTHESIZER THAT BUILDS A SINGLE-SEQUENCE OLIGOMER THROUGH ITERATIVE CARBON-CARBON BOND FORMATION

Charlie T. McTernan, Guillaume De Bo, David A. Leigh*

Chem 20206, 2964–2973

For a highlight of this paper see, ‘On the right “track” to artificial assemblers’, R. Costil, A. Guinart and B. L. Feringa, Chem 2020,  6, 2868–2870

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10. DIVERGING FROM NATURE: A NEW REACTIVITY FOR MOLECULAR SYNTHESIZERS

Charlie T. McTernan*

Chem 2020, 6, 2862–2864

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9. ANION PAIRS TEMPLATE A TRIGONAL PRISM WITH DISILVER VERTICES

John P. Carpenter,§ Charlie T. McTernan,§ Tanya K. Ronson, Jonathan R. Nitschke*

§ = These authors contributed equally

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2019141, 11409–11413

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8. POST-ASSEMBLY MODIFICATION OF PHOSPHINE CAGES CONTROLS HOST-GUEST BEHAVIOR

Charlie T. McTernan, Tanya K. Ronson, Jonathan R. Nitschke*

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2019141, 6837–6842

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7. SPONTANEOUS ASSEMBLY OF ROTAXANES FROM A PRIMARY AMINE, CROWN ETHER AND ELECTROPHILE

Stephen D. P. Fielden, David A. Leigh, Charlie T. McTernan, Borja Pérez-Saavedra, Iñigo J. Vitorica-Yrezabal

Alphabetical Authorship

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2018140, 6049–6052

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6. ROTARY AND LINEAR MOLECULAR MOTORS DRIVEN BY PULSES OF A CHEMICAL FUEL

Sundus Erbas-Cakmak, Stephen D. P. Fielden, Ulvi Karaca, David A. Leigh, Charlie T. McTernan, Daniel J. Tetlow, Miriam R. Wilson

Alphabetical Authorship

Science 2017358, 340–343

For a highlight on this paper please see: http://nanotechweb.org/cws/article/tech/70277

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5. [2]ROTAXANE FORMATION BY TRANSITION STATE STABILIZATION

Guillaume De Bo, Guillaume Dolphijn, Charlie T. McTernan, David A. Leigh

Intended Alphabetical Authorship

J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2017139, 8455–8457

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4. A COMPLEMENTARY PAIR OF ENANTIOSELECTIVE SWITCHABLE ORGANOCATALYSTS

Guillaume De Bo, David A. Leigh, Charlie T. McTernan, Shoufeng Wang

Alphabetical Authorship

Chem. Sci. 20178, 7077–7081

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3. PALLADIUM-CATALYZED ENOLATE ARYLATION AS A KEY C-C BOND-FORMING REACTION FOR THE SYNTHESIS OF ISOQUINOLINES

Ben S. Pilgrim, Alice E. Gatland, Carlos H. A. Esteves, Charlie T. McTernan, Geraint R. Jones, Matthew R. Tatton, Panayiotis A. Procopiou, Timothy J. Donohoe

Org. Biomol. Chem. 201614, 1065–1090

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2. ARTIFICIAL MOLECULAR MACHINES

Sundus Erbas-Cakmak, David A. Leigh, Charlie T. McTernan, Alina L. Nussbaumer

Alphabetical Authorship

Chem. Rev. 2015115, 10081–10206

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1. MODULAR ISOQUINOLINE SYNTHESIS USING CATALYTIC ENOLATE ARYLATION AND IN SITU FUNCTIONALIZATION

Ben S. Pilgrim, Alice E. Gatland, Charlie T. McTernan, Panayiotis A. Procopiou, Timothy J. Donohoe

Org. Lett. 201315, 6190–6193