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^ indicates undergraduate student; * indicates corresponding author

At the University of Oregon

Kascoutas, M. A.; Chang, A. S.; Kawamura, K. E.; Bailey, G. M.; ^Morris, P. T.; ^Borst, E. A.; ^Granados, L. H.; *Cook, A. K. “Tuneable, In Situ-Generated Nickel-Hydride Alkene Isomerization Catalyst” ChemRxiv, 2024, 10.26434/chemrxiv-2024-2t3ll.

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Chang, A. S.; Kascoutas, M. A.; Valentine, Q. P.; ^How, K. I.; ^Thomas, R. M.; *Cook, A. K. “Alkene Isomerization using a Heterogeneous Cationic Nickel-Hydride Catalyst” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2024, ASAPsChemRxiv, 2023, 10.26434/chemrxiv-2023-rt2gt-v2.


Krivina, R. A.; Zlatar, M.; ^Stovall, T. N.; Lindquist, G. A.; Escalera-López, D.; Cook, A. K.; Hutchison, J. E.; *Cherevko, S.; *Boettcher, S. W. "Oxygen Evolution Electrocatalysis in Acids: Atomic Tuning of the Stability Number for Submonolayer IrOx on Conductive Oxides from Molecular Precursors" ACS Catal. 2022, 902

Chang, A. S.; Kawamura, K. E.; ^Henness, H. S.; ^Salpino, V. M.; Greene, J. C.; Zakharov, L. N.; *Cook, A. K. "(NHC)Ni(0)-Catalyzed Branched-Selective Alkene Hydrosilylation with Secondary and Tertiary Silanes" ACS Catal. 2022, 11002. Editor's Choice.

Krivina, R.; Lindquist, G.; ^Yang, M.-C.; Cook, A. K.; Hendon, C.; Motz, A.; Capuano, C. B.; Ayers, K.; Hutchison, J.; *Boettcher, S. "Three-Electrode Study of Electrochemical Ionomer Degradation Relevant to Anion-Exchange-Membrane Water Electrolyzers" ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces 2022, 18261.

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Hurst, M. R.; Davis, A. G.; *Cook, A. K. "The Influence of Silane Steric Bulk on the Formation and Dynamic Behavior of Silyl Palladium Hydrides" Organometallics 2022, 41, 997. Editor's Choice.

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Kawamura, K. E.; Chang, A. S.; ^Martin, D. J.; Smith, H. M.; ^Morris, P. T.; *Cook, A. K. "Modular Ni(0)/Silane Catalytic System for the Isomerization of Alkenes" Organometallics 2022, 41, 486.

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Hurst, M. R.; Zakharov, L. N.; *Cook, A. K. The mechanism of oxidative addition of Pd(0) to Si–H bonds: electronic effects, reaction mechanism, and hydrosilylation. Chem. Sci. 2021, 12, 13045

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Before the University of Oregon

Cook, A. K., *Copéret, C. “Alkyne Hydroamination Catalyzed by Silica-Supported Isolated Zn(II) Sites” Organometallics 2018, 37, 1342

Estes, D. P.; Cook, A. K.; *Copéret, C. “Understanding the Lewis Acidity of Co(II) Sites on a Silica Surface” Inorg. Chem. 2017, 56, 7731.


Cook, A. K.; Schimler, S. D.; Matzger, A. J.; *Sanford, M. S. “Catalyst-Controlled Selectivity in the C–H Borylation of Methane and Ethane” Science 2016, 351, 1421.


Cook, A. K.; *Sanford, M. S. “Mechanism of the Palladium-Catalyzed Arene C–H Acetoxylation: A Comparison of Catalysts and Ligand Effects” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 3109.


Cook, A. K.; *Sanford, M. S. “C-Halogen Bond Formation by Arene C–H Activation” in Catalytic Transformations via C–H Activation, Science of Synthesis 2015, 2, 183.


Cook, A. K.; Emmert, M. H.; *Sanford, M. S. “Steric Control of Site Selectivity in the Pd-Catalyzed C–H Acetoxylation of Simple Arenes” Org. Lett. 2013, 15, 5428.


Gary, J. B.; Cook, A. K.; *Sanford, M. S. “Palladium Catalysts Containing Pyridinium-Substituted Pyridine Ligands for the C–H Oxygenation of Benzene with K2S2O8ACS Catalysis 2013, 3, 700.


Emmert, M.; Cook, A. K.; ^Xie, Y. J.; *Sanford, M. S. “Remarkably High Reactivity of Pd(OAc)2/Pyridine Catalysts: Nondirected C–H Oxygenation of Arenes” Angew. Chem., Int. Ed. 2011, 50, 9409.


Podhajsky, S. M.; Iwai, Y.; ^Cook-Sneathen, A.; *Sigman, M. S. “Asymmetric Palladium-Catalyzed Hydroarylation of Styrenes and Dienes” Tetrahedron 2011, 67, 4435.

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