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John P. Richard
John P. Richard
Professor of Chemistry, University at Buffalo, SUNY
Verified email at buffalo.edu
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Formation and stability of N-heterocyclic carbenes in water: the carbon acid p K a of imidazolium cations in aqueous solution
TL Amyes, ST Diver, JP Richard, FM Rivas, K Toth
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (13), 4366-4374, 2004
5642004
Mechanism for the formation of methylglyoxal from triosephosphates
JP Richard
Biochemical Society Transactions 21 (2), 549-553, 1993
3071993
Acid-base catalysis of the elimination and isomerization reactions of triose phosphates
JP Richard
Journal of the American Chemical Society 106 (17), 4926-4936, 1984
2751984
Kinetic parameters for the elimination reaction catalyzed by triosephosphate isomerase and an estimation of the reaction's physiological significance
JP Richard
Biochemistry 30 (18), 4581-4585, 1991
2611991
Physical and kinetic analysis of the cooperative role of metal ions in catalysis of phosphodiester cleavage by a dinuclear Zn (II) complex
O Iranzo, AY Kovalevsky, JR Morrow, JP Richard
Journal of the American Chemical Society 125 (7), 1988-1993, 2003
2532003
Reactions of substituted 1-phenylethyl carbocations with alcohols and other nucleophilic reagents
JP Richard, WP Jencks
Journal of the American Chemical Society 106 (5), 1373-1383, 1984
2221984
Formation and stability of ring-substituted 1-phenylethyl carbocations
JP Richard, ME Rothenberg, WP Jencks
Journal of the American Chemical Society 106 (5), 1361-1372, 1984
1941984
Determination of the p K a of ethyl acetate: Brønsted correlation for deprotonation of a simple oxygen ester in aqueous solution
TL Amyes, JP Richard
Journal of the American Chemical Society 118 (13), 3129-3141, 1996
1831996
Cooperativity between metal ions in the cleavage of phosphate diesters and RNA by dinuclear Zn (II) catalysts
O Iranzo, T Elmer, JP Richard, JR Morrow
Inorganic chemistry 42 (24), 7737-7746, 2003
1702003
A role for flexible loops in enzyme catalysis
MM Malabanan, TL Amyes, JP Richard
Current opinion in structural biology 20 (6), 702-710, 2010
1692010
A simple relationship between carbocation lifetime and reactivity-selectivity relationships for the solvolysis of ring-substituted 1-phenylethyl derivatives
JP Richard, WP Jencks
Journal of the American Chemical Society 104 (17), 4689-4691, 1982
1621982
Formation and stability of carbocations and carbanions in water and intrinsic barriers to their reactions
JP Richard, TL Amyes, MM Toteva
Accounts of chemical research 34 (12), 981-988, 2001
1612001
The generation and reactions of quinone methides
MM Toteva, JP Richard
Advances in physical organic chemistry 45, 39-91, 2011
1542011
Experimental and computational determination of the effect of the cyano group on carbon acidity in water
JP Richard, G Williams, J Gao
Journal of the American Chemical Society 121 (4), 715-726, 1999
1531999
Generation and stability of a simple thiol ester enolate in aqueous solution
TL Amyes, JP Richard
Journal of the American Chemical Society 114 (26), 10297-10302, 1992
1471992
Concerted bimolecular substitution reactions of 1-phenylethyl derivatives
JP Richard, WP Jencks
Journal of the American Chemical Society 106 (5), 1383-1396, 1984
1471984
Formation and stability of organic zwitterions in aqueous solution: enolates of the amino acid glycine and its derivatives
A Rios, TL Amyes, JP Richard
Journal of the American Chemical Society 122 (39), 9373-9385, 2000
1292000
A consideration of the barrier for carbocation-nucleophile combination reactions
JP Richard
Tetrahedron 51 (6), 1535-1573, 1995
1211995
Mechanistic imperatives for aldose− ketose isomerization in water: specific, general base-and metal ion-catalyzed isomerization of glyceraldehyde with proton and hydride transfer
RW Nagorski, JP Richard
Journal of the American Chemical Society 123 (5), 794-802, 2001
1162001
Proton transfer at carbon
JP Richard, TL Amyes
Current opinion in chemical biology 5 (6), 626-633, 2001
1142001
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