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  Stanley Williamson

Stanley Williamson

Stanley M Williamson

Professor Emeritus



Physical & Biological Sciences Division

Chemistry & Biochemistry Department

Professor Emeritus




Physical Sciences Building
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Inorganic Chemistry, Fluorine Chemistry, Synthesis, New Ligands

Stanley Williamson has research interests in inorganic synthesis problems as they pertain to the utilization of highly halogenated reagents with a variety of organic and inorganic substrates. His current work involves the development of fluorinated ligands for use in organometallic chemistry. Williamson is also interested in expanding the role of many classical inorganic reagents in new aspects of organometallic/transition metal chemistry.

  • J. C. Fuller, S. M. Williamson, and B. Singaram, "Reduction of alpha,beta-Unsaturated Carbonyl Compounds with Sodium Borohydride in Diethyl Ether/Methanol/Pentafluorophenol Solvent System," J. Fluorine Chem. 68, 205, 1994.
  • J. C. Fuller, M. L. Karpinski, S. M. Williamson, and B. Singaram, "A fluorine-mediated Boron Reducing Agent: Sodium Tris(pentafluorophenoxy)borohydride. Preparation and Reaction with Selected Organic Compounds Containing Representative Functional Groups. Facile Diastereoselective Reduction of Substituted Cyclohexanones," J. Fluorine Chem. 66, 123, 1994.
  • J. Golden, C. Schreier, B. Singaram, and S. M. Williamson, "Disproportionation of Alkoxyborohydrides: A 11B NMR Study of the Reaction between Sodium Borohydride and Fluorinated Alcohols and Phenols. The Preparation of Tris(fluoroalkyloxy)- and Tris(fluorophenoxy)borohydrides." Inorg. Chem. 31, 1533, 1992.

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