61. Du, L., Wang, J., Qiu, Y., Liang, R., Chen, X., Phillips, D., Winter, AH. “Generation and Direct Observation of a Triplet Nitrenium IonNature Communications, 2022, 13 (1), 1-9Highlighted as editors featured article.

60. Shrestha, P., Mukhopadyay, A., Dissanayake, K., Winter, A.H. “Scope and Efficiency of Functional Group Caging with Green and Red Light Labile BODIPY Photoremovable Protecting Groups2022, J. Org Chem. 87, 21, 14334–14341

59. Juneau, A., Lepage, I., Sabbah, S., Winter, A.H., Frenette, M. “Mechanistic Insight into Phenol Dearomatization by Hypervalent Iodine: Direct Detection of a Phenoxenium Cation2022, J. Org Chem. 87, 21, 14274–14283.

58. Leichnitz, S., Dissanayake, K., Winter, A.H., Seeberger, P. “Photo-labile BODIPY Protecting Groups for Glycan Synthesis” Chemical Communications, 2022, 58, 10556-10559

57. Garcia, E., Lozano, C., Garcia-Irepia, C., Marazzi, M., Winter, A.H., Torres, C., Sampedro, D. “Controlling Antimicrobial Activity of Quinolones Using Visible/NIR Light-Activated BODIPY Photocages2022, Pharmaceutics 14 (5), 1070

56. Zhang, R., Ellern, A., Winter, A.H*. “Steric Hindrance Favors σ Dimerization over π Dimerization for Julolidine Dicyanomethyl Radicals”. J. Org. Chem. 2021, 87, 2, 1507–1511

55. Zhang, R., Ellern, A., Winter, A.H*. “Anti-Aromaticity Relief as an Approach to Stabilize Free RadicalsAngewandte Chemie. 2021.

54. Peterson, J.A., Yuan, D., Winter, A.H*. “Multiwavelength Control of Mixtures using Visible Light Absorbing PhotocagesJournal of Organic Chemistry. 2021.

53. Shrestha, P., Dissanayake, K., Gehrmann, E., Wijesooriya, C., Mukhopadhyay, A., Smith, E.A,* Winter, A.H*. “Efficient Far-Red/Near-IR Absorbing BODIPY Photocages by Blocking Unproductive Conical IntersectionsJ. Am. Chem. Soc.. 2020, 142, 36, 15505–15512.

52. Peterson, J., Winter, A.H*. “Solvent-Responsive Radical DimersOrg. Lett. 2020, 22, 15, 6072–6076. Highlighted in Chemistry Views!

51. Peterson, J.A., Fischer, L.J., Gehrmann, E.J., Shrestha, P., Yuan, D., Wijesooriya, C.S., Smith, E.A., Winter, A.H. “Direct Photorelease of Alcohols from Boron-Alkylated BODIPY PhotocagesJ. Org. Chem. 2020 85, (8), 5712-5717.

50. Kand, K., Liu, P., Navarro, M.X., Fischer, L.J., Rousso-Noori, L., Friedmann-Morvinski, D., Winter, A.H., Miller, E.W., Weinstain, R. “Water-Soluble BODIPY Photocages with Tunable Cellular LocalizationJ. Am. Chem. Soc. 2020 142, (11), 4910-4974.

49. Peterson, J.P.; Ellern, A.; Winter, A.H. “Spin Delocalization, Polarization, and London Dispersion Forces Govern the Formation of Diradical PimersJ. Am. Chem. Soc. 2020 142, (11), 5304-5313.

47. Toupin, N.P.; Arora, K.; Shrestha, P.; Peterson, J.A.; Fischer, L.J.; Rajagurubandara, E.; Podgorski, I.; Winter, A.H.; Kodanko, J.J. “BODIPY-Caged Photoactivated Inhibitors of Cathepsin B Flip the Light Switch on Cancer Cell ApoptosisACS Chem. Bio. 2019 14, (12), 2833-2840.

46. Peterson, J.P., Winter, A.H. “Solvent Effects on the Stability and Delocalization of Aryl Dicyanomethyl Radicals: The Captodative Effect Revisited” J. Am. Chem. Soc2019 132, (14), 12901-12906. Highlighted in Chemistry World!

45. Peterson, J.P., Zhang, R., Winter, A.H. “Effect of Structure on the Spin Switching and Magnetic Bistability of Solid-State Aryl Dicyanomethyl Monoradicals and Diradicals” 2019ACS Omega, 4 (8), pp 13538-13542

44. Peterson, J.A., Wijesooriya, Gehrmann, E.J., Mahoney, K., Goswami, P., Albright, T.R., Syed, A., Dutton, A.S., Smith, E.A., Winter, A.H. “A Family of BODIPY Photocages Cleaved by Single Photons of Visible/Near-IR Light” 2018J. Am. Chem. Soc. 140 (23), pp 7343–7346

43. Zhang, R., Peterson, J.P., Fischer, L.J., Ellern, A., Winter, A.H. “Effect of Structure on the Spin-Spin Interactions of Tethered Dicyanomethyl Diradicals.” 2018J. Am. Chem. Soc.140 (43) 14308-14313.

42. Li, M-D., Wong, N., Xiao, J., Zhu, R., Wu, L., Dai, S., Chen, F., Huang, G., Bai, X., Geraskina, M., Winter, A.H., Chen, X., Liu, Y., Fang, W., Yang, D., Phillips, D.L. “Dynamics of Oxygen-Independent Photocleavage of Blebbistatin as a One-Photon Blue or Two-Photon Near Infrared Light-Gated Hydroxyl Radical Photocage.” 2018J. Am. Chem. Soc. 140, (46), 15957-15968. 

41. Wijesooriya, C., Peterson, J.A., Shrestha, P., Gehrmann, E.J., Winter, A.H., Smith, E.A. “A Photoactivatable BODIPY Probe for Localization-based Super-Resolution Cellular Imaging”. 2018Angew. Chem. Int. Ed, 57 (39),  12685-12689.

39. Wenthold, P., Winter, A.H. “Nucleophilic Addition to Singlet Diradicals: Homosymmetric Diradicals.” 2018J. Org. Chem. 83, 20, 12390-12396.

38. Slanina, T., Shrestha, P., Palao, E., Kand, D., Peterson, J.A., Dutton, A., Rubinstein, N., Weinstain, R., Winter, A.H., Klan, P. “In Search of the Perfect Photocage: Structure-Reactivity Relationships in meso-Methyl BODIPY Photoremovable Protecting Groups.” 2017, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 137 (11), pp 3783–3786

37. Du, L., Qiu, Y., Lan, X., Zhu, R., Phillips, D., Li, M-D., Dutton, A., Winter, A.H. “Direct Detection of the Open-shell Singlet Phenyloxenium Ion: An Atom-Centered Diradical Reacts as an Electrophile.” 2017J. Am. Chem. Soc. 139 (42), pp 15054–15059.

36. Geraskina, M., Dutton, A., Juetten, M., Wood, S., Winter, A.H. “The Viologen Cation Radical Pimer: A Case of Dispersion‐Driven Bonding.” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.2017, 129 (32), 9563-9567.

35. Fischer, L.J., Dutton, A., Winter, A.H. “Anomalous Effect of Non-Alternant Hydrocarbons on Carbocation and Carbanion Electronic Configurations.” Chem. Sci., 2017, 8, 4231-4241. (Article featured on cover).

34. Peterson, J.P., Geraskina, M., Zhang., R., Winter, A.H. “Effect of Substituents on the Bond Strength of Air Stable Dicyanomethyl Radical Thermochromes.” 2017J. Org. Chem. 82 (12), 6497-6501.

33. Qui, Y., Winter, A.H. “New Photoheterolysis Precursors to Study Oxenium ions: Combining Experiment and Theory”. Org. Biomol. Chem2017, 15 (13), 2666-2671.

32. Qiu, Y., Fischer, L.J., Dutton, A., Winter, A.H. “Aryl Nitrenium and Oxenium Ions with Unusual High-Spin π,π* States: Exploiting Hückel/Baird (Anti)Aromaticity.” 2017J. Org. Chem.

31. Dutton, A., Winter, A.H. “Computationally Modeling Non-Adiabatic Dynamics and Surface Crossings in Organic Photoreactions”. Applied Theoretical Chemistry (Ed, Dean Tantillo), 2017, in press (scheduled for printing March 2018).

30. Reinig, R. R.; Mukherjee, D.; Weinstein, Z. B.; Xie, W.; Albright, T.; Baird, B.; Gray, T. S.; Ellern, A.; Miller, G. J.; Winter, A. H.; Bud’ko, S. L.; Sadow, A. D. “Synthesis and Oxidation Catalysis of Tris(oxazolinyl)borate Cobalt(II) Scorpionate” Eur. J. InorgChem2016, 2486-2494.

Winter, A.H., Beck, C., Mahoney, K., Albright, T. “Photoremovable Protecting Groups and Uses Thereof”. 2016, US Patent App. 15/016,467

29. Goswami, P., Syed, A., Beck, C., Zessin, T., Mahoney, K., Unash, R.,Smith, E.A., Winter, A.H.  “ BODIPY-Derived Photoremovable Protecting Groups Unmasked with Green Light.”2015J. Am. Chem. Soc. 137 (11), pp 3783–3786. On list of most-read JACS papers for April 2015. Highlighted in Nature Methods.

28. Li , M-D, Albright, T.R., Hanway, P.J., Liu, M., Lan,X., Li S., Peterson, J., Winter ,AH., Phillip., D.L “Direct Spectroscopic Detection and EPR Investigation of a Ground State Triplet Phenyl Oxenium Ion.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137 (32), pp 10391–10398.

27. Winter, A.H. “Computational Chemistry: Making a Bad Calculation.” Nature Chemistry2015, 7, 473-475

26. Albright, T.R., Winter, A.H. “A Fine Line Separates Carbocations from Diradical Ions in Donor-Unconjugated Cations” 2015, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 137 (9), pp 3402–3410

25. Juetten, M., Buck, A., Winter, A.H. “A Radical Spin on Viologen Polymers: Organic Spin Crossover Materials in Water.” 2015Chem. Commun., 51, 5516-5519 (Invited article for Emerging Investigators Issue)

24. Li, M, Hanway, P.J. , Albright, T.R., Winter, A.H, Phillips, D.L. “Direct Spectroscopic Observation of Open-shell Singlet, Closed-shell Singlet, and Triplet p-Biphenylyloxenium Ion“. 2014J. Am. Chem. Soc. 136 (35), pp 12364–12370

23. Buck, A.T., Beck, C.L., Winter, A.H. “Inverted Substrate Preferences for Photochemical Heterolysis Arises from Conical Intersection Control.” 2014J. Am. Chem. Soc. 136 (25), pp 8933–8940

22. Mahoney, K.M., Goswami, P., Syed, A., Kolker, P.,  Shannan, B., Smith, E.A, Winter, A.H.    “Self-Immolative Phthalate Esters Sensitive to Hydrogen Peroxide and Light” 2014,J. Org. Chem., 79 (23), pp 11740–11743.

21. Geraskina, M.R., Buck, A.T., Winter, A.H. An Organic Spin Crossover Material in Water Based on a Covalently Linked Radical Dyad“. 2014J. Org. Chem. 79 (16), 7723–7727.

20. Geraskina, M.R., Juetten, M.J., Winter, A.H. ” Access to Aryl Mellitic Acid Esters via a Surprising Oxidative Esterification Reaction“. J. Org. Chem. 2014, 79 (11), pp 5334–5337. Highlighted in ChemInform

19. Bhattacharjee, U., Beck, C.L., Winter, A.H., Petrich, J.W. . “Tryptophan and ATTO 590: Mutual Fluorescence Quenching and Exciplex Formation” J. Phys. Chem. 2014, 118 (29), pp 8471–8477

18. Beck, C.L, Winter, A.H. “Non-Covalent Catch and Release of Carboxylates in Water”. J.Org. Chem. 2014, 79 (7), pp 3152–3158

17. Buck, A.T., Paletta, J.T., Khindurangala, S., Beck, C.L, Winter, A.H. “A Non-Covalently Reversible Paramagnetic Switch in Water”. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135 (29), pp 10594–10597.

16. Hanway, P.J., Xue, J., Bhattacharjee, U., Milot, M., Phillips, D.L., Winter, A.H., “Direct Detection and Reactivity of the Short-Lived Phenyloxenium Ion.” J. Am. Chem. Soc2013, 135 (24), pp 9078–9082.

15. Beck, C.L., Berg, S., Winter, A.H. “Pincher Ferrocene-Derived Cation Carboxylate Ion Pairs in Aqueous DMSO” Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry2013, 11, 5827-5835.

14. Kraus, G. A., Pollock, G., R., Beck, C.L., Palmer, K., Winter, A.H. “Aromatics from Pyrones: Esters of Terephthalic Acid and Isophthalic Acid from Methyl Coumalate”RSC Advances2013, 3, 12721-12725.

13. Mahoney, K., Goswami, P., Winter, A. “Self-Immolative Aryl Phthalate Esters” J. Org. Chem2013, 78 (2), pp 702–705 .

12. Hanway, P., Winter, A. “Heteroaryl Oxenium Ions Have Diverse and Unusual Low-energy Electronic States” .J. Phys. Chem. A 2012116(37):9398-403

11. Hanway, P., Winter, A. “Phenyloxenium Ions: More Like Phenylnitrenium Ions than Isoelectronic Phenylnitrenes?.J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2011, 133 (13), pp 5086–5093

Books/Book Chapters

Vyas, S., Winter, A., Hadad., C. “Theory and computation in the study of nitrenes and their excited state photoprecursors.” Nitrenes and Nitrenium Ions . Ed: Anna Gudmundsdottir. 2013In press.

Weeks, DanielPushing Electrons (Edited by Arthur Winter). 4th ed. Spring, 2014.

Winter, Arthur. Organic Chemistry I Workbook for Dummies,. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Publishing Inc, 2013. A hands-on workbook containing problem-solving guides and hundreds of problems with detailed solutions. Translated into German.

Winter, Arthur. Organic Chemistry I for Dummies, 2nd Ed. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Publishing Inc., 2014. A practical textbook complement for first-semester undergraduate organic chemistry students with a focus on concept comprehension and problem solving techniques. Translated into German (including short version) and Portugese.

Prior Publications (PhD/Postdoctoral)

10. Perrotta, R., Winter, A., Coldren, W., Falvey, D. “2-(3,5-dinitrophenyl)-1,3-dithiane Carbanion: A Benzylic Anion with a Low Energy Triplet State.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011, 133 (39), 15553-15558.

9. Xue, JD, Vyas, S., Dyu, Y., Luk, H., Chuang, Y., But, T., Toy, P., Wang, J., Winter, A., Phillps,D., Hadad, C., Platz, M. “.Time-resolved Resonance Raman and Computational Investigation of the Influence of 4-Acetamido and 4-N-Methylacetamido Substituents on the Chemistry of Phenylnitrene” . J. Phys. Chem. A2011, 115 (26), 7521-7530.

8. Perrotta, R., Winter, A., Falvey, D. “Photochemical Heterolysis of 3,5-Bis(dimethylamino)benzyl Alcohols and Esters: Generation of a Benzyl Cation with a Low-Energy Triplet StateOrg. Lett2011, 13 (2), 212-215.

7. Winter, A.., Falvey D. “Vinyl Cations Substituted with Beta Pi Donors Have Triplet Ground States.” J. Am. Chem. Soc2010, 132 (1), 215-222.

6. Voskresenka, V., Wilson, R., Panov, M., Tarnovsky, A., Vyas, S., Winter, A., Hadad, C., Krause, J. “Photoaffinity Labeling via Nitrenium Ion Chemistry: The Photochemistry of p-Aminophenylazides.” J. Am. Chem. Soc.2009, 131 (32), 11535-11547.

5. Winter, A., Cramer, C., Gherman, B., Falvey, D. “Benzylic Cations with Triplet Ground States: Computational Studies of Aryl Carbenium Ions, Silylenium Ions, Nitrenium Ions, and Oxenium Ions Substituted with meta Pi Donors.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2007, 129 (33), 10113-10119.

4. Winter, A., Gibson, H., Falvey, D. “Carbazolyl Nitrenium Ion: Electron Configuration and Antiaromaticity Assessed by Laser Flash Photolysis, Trapping Rate Constants, Product Analysis, and Computational Studies.” J. Org. Chem. 2007, 72(22), 8186-8195.

3. Winter, A., Cramer, C., Falvey, D. “Effect of meta Electron-Donating Groups on the Electronic Structure of Substituted Phenyl Nitrenium Ions. ” J. Am. Chem. Soc. (Article). 2004, 126 (31), 9661-9668.

2. Winter, A., Thomas, S., Kung, A., Falvey, D. “Photochemical Generation of Nitrenium Ions from Protonated 1,1-Diarylhydrazines.” Org. Lett2004, 6 (25), 4671-4674.

1. Winter, A., Jarvis, B. “Halipeptins A and B: Two Novel Potent Anti-inflammatory Cyclic Depsipeptides from the Vanuatu Marine Sponge Haliclona Species.” Chemtracts2003, 16 (11), 688-691.

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