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Prior Publications (Ph.D/Postdoc)

13. Mao, X.; Yang, X.-Q.; Wu, J.; Tian, W.; Rutledge, G. C.; Hatton, T. A. “Microwave-Assisted Oxidation of                        Electrospun Turbostratic Carbon Nanofibers for Tailoring Energy Storage Capabilities” Chem. Mater. 2015, 27,                4574-4585.

12. Mao, X.; Tian, W.; Wu, J.; Rutledge, G.; Hatton, T. A. “Electrochemically Responsive Heterogeneous Catalysis for          Controlling Reaction Kinetics” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 1348-1355.

11. He, Z.; Bae, M.; Wu, J.; Jamison, T. F. “Synthesis of Highly Functionalized Polycyclic Quinoxaline Derivatives                Using Visible-Light Photoredox Catalysis” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2014, 53, 14451-14455.

10. Wu, J.; Yang, X.-Q.; He, Z.; Mao, X. -W.; Hatton, T. A.; Jamison, T. F. “Continuous Flow Synthesis of Ketones                from Carbon Dioxide and Organolithium or Grignard Reagents” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2014, 53, 8416-8420.                  (Featured by Synfacts 2014, 10, 1191)

 9. Yang, X.-Q.; Wu, J.; Jamison, T. F.; Hatton, T. A. “Microwave Assisted Synthesis of Cyclocarbonates from Olefins          with Sodium Bicarbonates as the C1 Source” Chem. Commun. 2014, 50, 3245-3248.

 8. Wu, J.; Kozak, J. A.; Simeon, F.; Hatton, T. A.; Jamison, T. F. “Mechanism-Guided Design of Flow Systems for               Multicomponent Reactions: Conversion of CO2 and Olefins to Cyclic Carbonates” Chem. Sci. 2014, 5, 1227-1231.

 7. Kozak, J. A.*; Wu, J.*; Su, X.; Simeon, F.; Hatton, T. A.; Jamison, T. F. “Bromine-Catalyzed Conversion of CO2 and       Epoxides to Cyclic Carbonates under Continuous Flow Conditions” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 18497-18501               (*Co-first author).

 6. Wu, J.; Pu, Y.; Panek, J. S. “Divergent Synthesis of Functionalized Carbocycles through Organosilane-Directed                Asymmetric Alkyne-Alkene Reductive Coupling and Annulation Sequence” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, 134, 18440-          18446.

 5. Wu, J.; Zhu, K.; Yuan, P.; Panek, J. S. “Bifunctional Homoallylic Carbamates from Chiral Silane Additions to in Situ       Generated N-Acyl Iminium Ions” Org. Lett. 2012, 14, 3624-3627.

 4. Wu, J.; Panek, J. S. “Total Synthesis of (-)-Virginiamycin M2: Application of Crotylsilanes Accessed by                           Enantioselective Rh(II) or Cu(I) Promoted Carbenoid Si-H Insertion” J. Org. Chem. 2011, 76, 9900-9918 (Featured         Article).

 3. Wu, J.; Becerril, J.; Lian, Y.; Davies, H. M. L.; Porco, J. A. Jr.; Panek, J. S. “Sequential Transformations to Access           Polycyclic Chemotypes: Asymmetric Crotylation and Metal Carbenoid Reactions” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2011, 50,         5938-5942.

 2. Wu, J.; Panek, J. S. “Total Synthesis of (-)-Virginiamycin M2Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2010, 49, 6165-6168.                     (Featured by Synfacts 2010, 11, 1219 and Organic Chemistry Portal 2010. Most accessed paper in Angew. Chem.             Int. Ed.).

 1. Wu, J.; Chen, Y.; Panek, J. S. “Vinylogous Aldol Products from Chiral Crotylsilanes Obtained by Enantioselective           Rh(II) and Cu(I) Carbenoid Si-H Insertion” Org. Lett. 2010, 12, 2112-2115 (Featured by Synfacts 2010, 8, 914).

Patents and Patent Applications

1.  Hatton, T. A.; Jamison, T. F.; Kozak, J. A.; Simeon, F.; Wu, J. “Methods and Systems for the Formation of Cyclic Carbonates” WO 2013/169362 A1, 2013.

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