Publications

  1. C.P. Casey, M.C. Cesa, A.J. Shusterman, “Stereochemistry and Mechanism of theRing-Opening Reaction of Cyclopropylenones with LiCu(Me)2“, Organometallics, 2012, 31, 7849–7854, DOI: 10.1021/om300520r
  2. W. Xu, A.J. Shusterman, R. Marzke, C.A. Angell, “LiMOB, an Unsymmetrical Nonaromatic Orthoborate Salt for Nonaqueous Solution Electrochemical Applications”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 2004, 151, A632-A638.
  3. R.P. Verma, S. Kapur, O. Barberena, A. Shusterman, C.H. Hansch, C.D. Selassie, “Synthesis, Cytotoxicity, and QSAR Analysis of X-Thiophenols in Rapidly Dividing Cells”, Chemical Research in Toxicology, 2003, 16, 276-284.
  4. W. Xu, A.J. Shusterman, M. Videa, V. Velikov, R. Marzke, C.A. Angell, “Structures of Orthoborate Anions and Physical Properties of Their Lithium Salt Nonaqueous Solutions”, Journal of the Electrochemical Society, 2003, 150, E74-E80.
  5. C.D. Selassie, R.P. Verma, S. Kapur, A.J. Shusterman, C. Hansch, “QSAR for the Cytotoxicity of 2-Alkyl or 2,6-Dialkyl, 4-X-Phenols: the Nature of the Radical Reaction&quot, Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 2, 2002, 1112-1117.
  6. A.J. Shusterman, L.M. Hoistad, “Teaching Chemistry with Electron Density Models. 2. Can Atomic Charges Adequately Explain Electrostatic Potential Maps?” The Chemical Educator, 2001, 6, 36-40.
  7. S. Kapur, A. Shusterman, R.P. Verma, C. Hansch, C.D. Selassie, “Toxicology of benzyl alcohols: a QSAR analysis”, Chemosphere, 2000, 41, 1643-1649.
  8. A. Shusterman, W. Hehre, “Learning Chemistry with Molecular Models: Using SpartanBuild and SpartanView”. In F. Carey, “Organic Chemistry 4/e”, McGraw-Hill, Boston, MA, 2000.
  9. A. Shusterman, W. Hehre, Answers to “Molecular Modeling” exercises, In S. McMurry, “Study Guide and Solutions Manual for McMurry’s Organic Chemistry”, Brooks-Cole, Pacific Grove, CA, 2000.
  10. A. Shusterman, W. Hehre, “Wavefunction’s SpartanView and SpartanBuild” CD-ROM, in J. McMurry, “Organic Chemistry 5/e”, Brooks-Cole, Pacific Grove, CA, 2000.
  11. A. Shusterman, W. Hehre, “Molecular Modeling” exercises, In J. McMurry, “Organic Chemistry 5/e”, Brooks-Cole, Pacific Grove, CA, 2000.
  12. A. Shusterman, W. Hehre, “How to Use SpartanView and Interpret Molecular Modeling Data”, In J. McMurry, “Organic Chemistry 5/e”, Brooks-Cole, Pacific Grove, CA, 2000.
  13. C.D. Selassie, A.J. Shusterman, S. Kapur, R.P. Verma, L. Zhang, C. Hansch, “On the Toxicity of Phenols to Fast Growing Cells. A QSAR Model for a Radical-based Toxicity”, Journal of the Chemical Society, Perkin Transactions 2, 1999, 2729-2733.
  14. J.E. Bender IV, A.J. Shusterman, M.M. Banaszak Holl, J.W. Kampf, “X-ray Crystallographic and Theoretical Comparison of Ge[2,4,6-(CF3)3C6H2]2 and Ge[N(SiMe3)2]2 as Ligands in (Ph3P)2NiGeX2 Complexes”, Organometallics, 1999, 18, 1547-1552.
  15. W.J. Hehre, A.J. Shusterman, J.E. Nelson “The Molecular Modeling Workbook for Organic Chemistry”, Wavefunction Press, Irvine, CA. 1998.
  16. A.J. Shusterman, P.G. McDougal, A. Glasfeld “Dry-Column Flash Chromatography” Journal of Chemical Education, 1997, 74, 1222-1223.
  17. G.P. Shusterman, A.J. Shusterman “Teaching Chemistry with Electron Density Models” Journal of Chemical Education, 1997, 74, 771-776. full color photos
  18. W.J. Hehre, A.J. Shusterman, W. Huang “A Laboratory Book of Computational Organic Chemistry”, Wavefunction Press, Irvine, CA. 1996.
  19. A.K. Debnath, A.J. Shusterman, R.L. Lopez do Compadre, C. Hansch, “The Importance of the Hydrophobic Interaction in the Mutagenicity of Organic Compounds”, Mutation Research, 1994, 305, 63-72.
  20. W.J. Hehre, L.D. Burke, A.J. Shusterman, W.J. Pietro, “Experiments in Computational Organic Chemistry” Wavefunction Press, Irvine, CA. 1993.
  21. W.J. Hehre, L.D. Burke, A.J. Shusterman, “A Spartan Tutorial” Wavefunction Press, Irvine, CA. 1993.
  22. A.J. Shusterman “Using Spartan on the IBM RISC 6000 Workstation.” Council on Undergraduate Research Newsletter, 1992, 13, 60-70.
  23. A.K. Debnath, R.L. Lopez de Compadre, A.J. Shusterman, C. Hansch, “Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationship Investigation of the Role of Hydrophobicity in Regulating Mutagenicity in the Ames Test: 2. Mutagenicity of Aromatic and Heteroaromatic Nitro Compounds in Salmonella typhimurium TA100.” Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis, 1992, 19, 53-70.
  24. A.K. Debnath, G. Debnath, A.J. Shusterman, C. Hansch, “A QSAR Investigation of the Role of Hydrophobicity in Regulating Mutagenicity in the Ames Test: 1. Mutagenicity of Aromatic and Heteroaromatic Amines in Salmonella typhimurium TA98 and TA100.” Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis, 1992, 19, 37-52.
  25. A.J. Shusterman, “Predicting Chemical Mutagenicity By Using Quantitative Structure-Activity Relationships (QSAR).” Food Safety Assessment, ACS Symposium Series 484, J.W. Finley, S.F. Robinson, D.J. Armstrong (Eds.), American Chemical Society, Washington, D.C., 1992, p. 181-190.
  26. L. Zhang, K. Sannes, A.J. Shusterman, C. Hansch, “The Structure-Activity Relationship of Skin Carcinogenicity of Aromatic Hydrocarbons and Heterocycles.” Chemical-Biological Interactions, 1992, 81, 149-180.
  27. A.J. Shusterman, “Predicting Mutagenicity.” CHEMTECH, 1991, 21, 624-627.
  28. A.K. Debnath, R.L. Lopez de Compadre, G. Debnath, A.J. Shusterman, C. Hansch, “The Structure-Activity Relationship of Mutagenic Aromatic and Heteroaromatic Nitro Compounds. Correlation with Molecular Orbital Energies and Hydrophobicity.” Journal of Medicinal Chemistry, 1991, 34, 786-797. DOI: 10.1021/jm00106a046
  29. A.J. Shusterman, A.S. Johnson, “The Role of Hydrophobicity and Electronic Factors in Regulating Alcohol Inhibition of Cytochrome P450 Mediated Aniline Hydroxylation.” Chemical-Biological Interactions, 1990, 74, 63-77.
  30. R.L. Lopez de Compadre, A.K. Debnath, A.J. Shusterman, C. Hansch, “LUMO Energies and Hydrophobicity as Determinants of Mutagenicity by Nitroaromatic Compounds in Salmonella typhimurium.” Environmental and Molecular Mutagenesis, 1990, 15, 44-55.
  31. A.J. Shusterman, A.K. Debnath, C. Hansch, G.W. Horn, F.R. Fronczek, A.C. Greene, S.F. Watkins, “Mutagenicity of Dimethyl Heteroaromatic Triazenes in the Ames Test. The Role of Hydrophobicity and Electronic Effects.” Molecular Pharmacology, 1989, 36, 939-944.
  32. A.J. Shusterman, B.E. Landrum, R.L. Miller, “Kinetic and Labeling Studies of the Formation and Trapping Reactions of Dimethylgermylene” Organometallics, 1989, 8, 1851-1855.
  33. A.J. Shusterman, A.S. Johnson, C. Hansch, “Correlation of Mutagenicity of 1,1-Dimethyl-3-(X-Phenyl)triazenes with Molecular Orbital Energies and Hydrophobicity” International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, 1989, 36, 19-33.
  34. R.L. Lopez de Compadre, A.J. Shusterman, C. Hansch, “The Role of Hydrophobicity in the Ames Test. The Correlation of the Mutagenicity of Nitropolycyclic Hydrocarbons with Partition Coefficients and Molecular Orbital Indices” International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, 1988, 34, 91-101.
  35. A.J. Shusterman, I. Tamir, A. Pross, “The Mechanism of Organometallic Migration Reactions. A Configuration Mixing (CM) Approach” Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 1988, 340, 203-222.
  36. E.M. Kosower, R. Giniger, A. Radkowsky, D. Hebel, A. Shusterman, “Bimanes. 22. Flexible Fluorescent Molecules. Solvent Effects on the Photophysical Properties of syn-Bimanes (1,5-Diazabicyclo[3.3.0]octa-3,6-diene-2,8-diones).” Journal of Physical Chemistry, 1986, 90, 5552-5557.
  37. H. Cohen, D. Meyerstein, A.J. Shusterman, M. Weiss, “A Novel Formyl Complex [(H2O)5CrCHO]+. A Pulse Radiolysis Study.” Journal of the Chemical Society, Chemical Communications, 1985, 424-425.
  38. C.P. Casey, A.J. Shusterman, “Generation and Spectroscopic Observation of a Tungsten-Carbene-Alkene Intermediate in Cyclopropane Formation” Organometallics, 1985, 4, 736-744.
  39. H. Cohen, M. Nutkovich, D. Meyerstein, A.J. Shusterman, “Ligand-Metal Inter-relationships. 2. Effect of the Change from Square Planar to Octahedral Coordination on the pKa of the Ligand in Unsaturated Tetraaza Macrocyclic Nickel Complexes: A Pulse Radiolytic Study” Inorganic Chemistry, 1984, 23, 2361-2363.
  40. H. Cohen, D. Meyerstein, A.J. Shusterman, M. Weiss, “Mechanistic Study of the b-Hydroxyl Elimination from [(H2O)5CrCH2C(CH3)2OH]+ in Aqueous Solution” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1984, 106, 1876-1877.
  41. R.R. Burch, A.J. Shusterman, E.L. Muetterties, R.G. Teller, J.M. Williams, “Coordinately Unsaturated Clusters. A Novel Catalytic Reaction” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1983, 105, 3546-3556.
  42. C.P. Casey, A.J. Shusterman, N.W. Vollendorf, K.J. Haller, “Synthesis and X-Ray Structure of cis-Tetracarbonyl[(Z)-h4-(Allylamino)(p-tolyl)carbene]tungsten(0); A Stable Metal-Carbene-Alkene Complex” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1982, 104, 2417-2423.
  43. C.P. Casey, A.J. Shusterman, “Tungsten-Carbene-Alkene Complexes” Journal of Molecular Catalysis, 1980, 8, 1-13.
  44. C.P. Casey, D.M. Scheck, A.J. Shusterman, “Mechanism of Rearrangement of Platinacyclobutanes” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1979, 101, 4233-4236.
  45. C.P. Casey, S.W. Polichnowski, A.J. Shusterman, C.R. Jones, “Reactions of (CO)5WCHC6H5 with Alkenes” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 1979, 101, 7282-7292.
  46. C.P. Casey, D.M. Scheck, A.J. Shusterman, “Mechanistic Studies Related to the Olefin Metathesis Reaction” Fundamental Research in Homogeneous Catalysis Volume 3, M. Tsutsui ed., Plenum, New York, 1979, pp 141-150.