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Maryellen Nerz-Stormes

Organic Chemistry: stereochemistry and mechanisms of asymmetric reactions; conformational analysis; light scattering and NMR of lipid aggregates.

See: Bryn Mawr College Organic Chemistry Lab Web Page

Publications

Mallory, F.B., Mallory, C.W., Kelly E. Butler, K.E., Lewis, M.B., Xia, Q., Luzik, Jr.,E.D, Fredenburgh, L.E., Ramanjulu, M.M., Van, Q.N., Francl, M.M., Freed, D.A., Wray, C.C., Hann, C., Nerz-Stormes, M., Carroll, P.J., and Chirlian, L.E., Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2000, 122, 4108-4116, "Nuclear Spin-Spin Coupling via Nonbonded Interactions. 8.The Distance Dependence of Through-Space Fluorine-Fluorine Coupling."

Nerz-Stormes, M.; Thornton, E. R., J. Org. Chem. 1991, 56, 2489­2498, "Asymmetric Aldol Reactions. Use of the Titanium Enolate of a Chiral N-Acyloxazolidinone to Reverse Diastereofacial Selectivities."

Shirodkar, S.; Nerz-Stormes, M.; Thornton, E. R., Tetrahedron Lett. 1990, 31, 4699­4702, "Asymmetric Aldol Reactions. Mechanism of Solvent Effect on Stereoselectivity Is Specific, Stoichiometric Binding of Tetrahydrofuran to a Chiral Titanium Enolate."

Nerz-Stormes, M.; Thornton, E. R. Tetrahedron Lett. 1986, 27, 897­900, "Apparent Chelation Control in Aldol Reactions of Chiral (Me2CHO)3Ti-Enolates."

Nerz-Stormes, M.; Thornton, E. R. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1984, 106, 5240­5246, "Carbon-13 Spin­Lattice Relaxation Studies of GD1a Micelles. Limited Segmental Motion of Head Group Saccharide Units."