Jeff Byers Presentations
* Denotes Middlebury student co-author
"Mechanistic studies on the decarboxylation of pyrroleacetic acids" Byers, J. H.; Berliner, J. L.* Poster Presented at ACS National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, Poster ORGN 155, 3/22/09.
"Radical intermediates in and additions to ruthenium polyene complexes", Keenan, J. J.*; Byers, J. H. Poster Presented at ACS National Meeting, Salt Lake City, UT, Poster CHED 845, 3/23/09.
Jeff Byers Publications
* Denotes Middlebury College undergraduate co-authors
"Radical Aromatic Substitution with Benzene Chromiumtricarbonyl" Byers, J. H.*; Neale, N. R.*; Alexander, J. B.* Gangemi, S. P.* Tetrahedron Lett. 2007, 48, 7903-7905.
"The Radical Addition of Dimethyl 2-Ethynylcyclopropane-1,1-dicarboxylate to Electron-Rich Olefins" Byers, J. H.; Goff, P. H.*; Janson, N. J.*; Mazzotta, M. G.*; Swigor, J. E. Synthetic Commun. 2007, 37, 1865-1871.
Jeff Byers' Research
My research program at Middlebury is carried out entirely with the assistance of undergraduate students. Through a variety of other internal and external funding sources, I typically have 3-4 students working side-by-side with me each summer, with a comparable number during the academic year. Since beginning my career at Middlebury in 1986, I have been awarded one grant from The Research Corporation, two ACS/PRF grants, four NSF-RUI grants, and served as PI or co-PI on NSF instrumentation grants leading to the acquisition of an NMR, GC/MS, polarimeter, and LC/MS for use in research and co
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