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Publications

245.Guest Exchange through Facilitated Transport in a Seemingly Impenetrable Hydrogen-Bonded Framework. Y. Li, M. Handke,Y.-S. Chen, A. G. Shtukenberg, C. T. Hu, M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc. DOI: 10.1021/jacs.8b07065.

244. Dislocations in molecular crystals. I. A. Olson, A. G. Shtukenberg, B. Kahr, M. D. Ward, Rep. Prog. Phys. 2018, 81, 096501.

243. Rh(III)-Catalyzed Synthesis of Isoquinolones and 2-Pyridones via Annulation of N-Methoxyamides and Nitroalkenes. T. J. Potter, Y. Li, M. D. Ward, J. A. Ellman, Eur. J. Org. Chem. 2018, 4381–4388.

242. Growth with Dislocations in Molecular Crystals. Reports on Progress in Physics. I. Olson, A. Shtukenberg, B. Kahr, M. D. Ward, invited review, 2018, in press.

241. Stressed Out Crystals. B. Kahr and M. D. Ward, Nature Chemistry, 2018, 10, 4-6.

240. Screw Dislocation Generation by Inclusions in Molecular Crystals. X. Zhong, A. G. Shtukenberg, T. Hueckel, B. Kahr, M. D. Ward, Cryst. Growth Des., 2018, 18 (1), pp 318–323.

239. Crystal Growth with Macromolecular Additives. A. G. Shtukenberg, M. D. Ward, B. Kahr, Chem. Rev. 2017, 117, 14042–14090.

238. Dynamics and unsteady morphologies at ice interfaces driven by D2O–H2O exchange. R. Drori, M. Holmes-Cerfon, B. Kahr, R. V Kohn, M. D. Ward, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 2017, 114, 11627–11632.

237. Encapsulation of Isolated Luminophores within Supramolecular Cages. M. Handke, T. Adachi, C. Hu, M. D. Ward, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Eng. 2017, 56, 13901–14314.

236. DDT Polymorphism and the Lethality of Crystal Forms. J. Yang, C. Hu, X. Zhu, Q. Zhu, M. D. Ward, B. Kahr, Angew. Chem. 2017, 129,10299 –10303.

235. Abuse of Rachel Carson and Misuse of DDT Science in the Service of Environmental Deregulation. J. Yang, M. D. Ward, B. Kahr, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 10026 – 10032.

234. Guiding microscale swimmers using teardrop-shaped posts. M. S. Davies Wykes, X. Zhong,b J. Tong, T. Adachi, Y. Liu, L. Ristroph, M. D. Ward, M. J. Shelley, J. Zhang, Soft Matter, 2017, 13, 4669-4800.

233. The Role of Molecular Recognition in L-Cystine Crystal Growth Inhibition. L. N. Poloni, Z. Zhu, N. Garcia-Vázquez, A. Yu, D. Connors, L. Hu, A. Sahota, M. D. Ward, and A. G. Shtukenberg, Cryst. Growth Des. 2017, 17, 2767−2781.

232. Multiscale Visualization and Quantitative Analysis of L-Cystine Crystal Dissolution. M. Adobes-Vidal, A. G. Shtukenberg, M. D. Ward, P. R. Unwin, Cryst. Growth. Des. 2017, 17, 1766–1774.

231. The Role of Macromolecules in the Formation of Kidney Stones. J. D. Rimer, A. M. Kolbach, M. D. Ward, J. A. Wesson, Urolithiasis, 2017, 45, 57–74.

230. Best Practices for Real-Time in Situ Atomic Force and Chemical Force Microscopy of Crystals. L. N. Poloni, X.Zhong, M. D. Ward, T. Mandal, Chem. Mater. 2017, 29, 331–345.

229. Holographic characterization of colloidal fractal aggregates. C. Wang, F. C. Cheong, D. B. Ruffner, X. Zhong, M. D. Ward, D. G. Grier, Soft Matter 2016, 12, 8774.

228. A Supramolecular Ice Growth Inhibitor. R. Drori, C. Li, C. Hu, P. Raiteri, A. Rohl, M. D. Ward, B. Kahr, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138, 13396–13401.

227. Versatile and resilient hydrogen-bonded host frameworks and design of functional materials. T. Adachi, M. D. Ward, Acc. Chem. Res. 2016, 49, 2669 – 2679. [featured on cover]

226. The Perils of Polymorphism: Size Matters. Rosarium Philosophorum on Structural Chemistry, in honor of Jack Dunitz, M. D. Ward, Isr. J. Chem. 2016, 57, 82-91.

225. Cystine Growth Inhibition Through Molecular Mimicry: a New Paradigm for the Prevention of Crystal Diseases. M. H. Lee, A. Sahota, M.D. Ward, D. S. Goldfarb, Curr. Rheumatol. Rep. 2015, 17: 33.

224. Structure, energetics, and dynamics of screw dislocations in even n-alkane crystals. I. A. Olson, A. G. Shtukenberg, G. Hakobyan, A. L. Rohl, P. Raiteri, M. D. Ward, B. Kahr, J. Phys. Chem. Lett., 2016, 7, 3112 - 3117.

223. Site Discrimination and Anisotropic Growth Inhibition by Molecular Imposters on Highly Dissymmetric Crystal Surfaces. L. N. Poloni, A. P. Ford, M. D. Ward, Cryst. Growth. Des. 2016, 16, 5525 – 5541.

222. L-cystine diamides as L-cystine crystallization inhibitors for cystinuria. L. Hu, Y. Yang, H. Aloysius, H. Albanyan, M. Yang; J.-J. Liang, A. Yu, A. Shtukenberg, L. Poloni, V. Kholodovych, J. Tischfield, D. S. Goldfarb, M. D. Ward, A.Sahota, J. Med. Chem. 2016, 59, 7293 - 7298.

221. Face-discriminating dissolution kinetics of individual furosemide single microcrystals: In Situ three-dimensional multimicroscopy and modeling. M. Adobes-Vidal, F. M. Maddar, D. Momotenko, L. P. Hughes, S. A.C. Wren, L. N. Poloni, M. D. Ward, P. R. Unwin, Cryst. Growth Des. 2016, 16, 4421 - 4429.

220. Soft Crystals in Flatland: Unraveling Epitaxial Growth. M. D. Ward, ACS Nano 2016, 10, 6424−6428.

219. Holographic characterization of protein aggregates. C. Wang, X. Zhong, D. B. Ruffner, A. Stutt, L. Philips, M. D. Ward, D. G. Grier, J. Pharm. Sci. 2016, 105, 1074 – 1085.

218. Dynamic self-assembly of microscale rotors and swimmers. M. S. Davies Wykes, J. Palacci, T. Adachi, L. Ristroph, X. Zhong,  M. D. Ward,  J. Zhang, M. Shelley, Soft Matter, 2016,12, 4584-4589.

217. Effect of urinary macromolecules on L-cystine crystal growth and crystal surface adhesion. T. Mandal, A. G. Shtukenberg, A. C. Yu, X. Zhong, M. D. Ward, Cryst. Growth Des. 2016, 16, 423 - 431.

216. Electric Field-Induced Reversible Phase Transitions in Two-Dimensional Colloidal Crystals. K. A. Collins, X. Zhong, P. Song, N. R. Little, M. D. Ward, S. S. Lee, Langmuir, 2015, 31, 10411−10417.

215. Strong intermolecular electronic coupling of chromophores confined in hydrogen-bonded framework. T. Adachi, D. M. Connors, W. Xiao, C. Hu, M. D. Ward, Cryst. Growth. Des. 2015, 15, 3366–3373.

214. Coordination polymer flexibility leads to polymorphism and enables a crystalline solid-vapour reaction: a multi-technique mechanistic study. I. J. Vitórica-Yrezábal, S.Libri, J. R. Loader, G. Mínguez Espallargas, M. Hippler, S. P. Thompson, J. E. Warren, D. Musumeci, M. D. Ward and L. Brammer, Chem. Eur. J. 2015, 21, 8799–8811.

213. Non-Topotactic Phase Transformations in Single Crystals of eta-Glycine. Q. Jiang, A. G. Shtukenberg, M. D. Ward, C. Hu, Cryst. Growth. Des. 2015, 5, 2568–2573.

212. Regulating the Architectures of Hydrogen-Bonded Frameworks through Topological Enforcement. Y. Liu, J. Ju Yi, C. Hu, W. Xiao, S. J. Park, M, D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 3386−3392.

211. Patchy Particle Packing under Electric Fields. P. Song, Y. Wang, Y. Wang, A. D. Hollingsworth, M.Weck, D. J. Pine, M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2015, 137, 3069−3075.

210. Dislocation-actuated Growth and Inhibition of Hexagonal L-cystine Crystallization at the Molecular Level. A. G. Shtukenberg, L. N. Poloni, Z. Zhu, Z. An, M. Bhandari, P. Song, A. L. Rohl, B. Kahr, M. D. Ward, Cryst. Growth Des. 2015, 15, 921−934.

209. Structural Correspondence of Solution, Liquid Crystal, and Crystalline Phases of the Chromonic Mesogen Sunset Yellow. W. Xiao, C. Hu, D. J. Carter, S. Nichols, M. D. Ward, P. Raiteri, A. L. Rohl, B. Kahr, Cryst. Growth Des. 2014, 14, 4166−4176.

208. Guest Exchange through Single Crystal-Single Crystal Transformations in a Flexible Hydrogen-Bonded Framework. W. Xiao, C. Hu, M. D. Ward. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 14200−14206.

207. Novel Cystine Ester Mimics for the Treatment of Cystinuria-induced Urolithiasis in a Knockout Mouse Model. A. Sahota, J. S. P., K. M. Capaccione, M.Yang, K. Noll, D. Gordon, D. Reimer, I. Yang, B. T. Buckley, Marianne Polunas, Kenneth R. Reuhl, M. R. Lewis, M. D. Ward, D. S. Goldfarb, J. A. Tischfield. Urology, 2014, 84, 1249.e9.

206. Manipulating Crystallization with Molecular Additives. A. G. Shtukenberg, S. S. Lee, B. Kahr, M. D. Ward, Annu. Rev. Chem. Biomol. Eng. 2014, 5, 77-96.

205. Crystallization under nanoscale confinement. Q. Jiang, M. D. Ward, Chem. Soc. Rev. 2014, 43, 2066-2079.

204. The Materials Science of Pathological Crystals. L. N. Poloni, M. D. Ward, Chem. Mater. 2014, 26, 477–495.

203.  Illusory spirals and loops in crystal growth. A. G. Shtukenberg, Z. Zhu, Z. An, M. Bhandari, P. Song, B. Kahr, M. D. Ward, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 2013, 110, 17195-8.

202. Crystallization of Micron-Sized Particles with Molecular Contours. P. Song, B. K. Olmsted, P. Chaikin, M. D. Ward, Langmuir, 2013, 29, 13686–13693.

201. Isolation and Stabilization of a Pheromone in Crystalline Molecular Capsules. W. Xiao, C. Hu, M. D. Ward, Cryst. Growth. Des. 2013, 13, 3197−3200.

200. Determination of specific binding interactions at L-cystine crystal surfaces with chemical force microscopy. T. Mandal, M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 5525–5528.

199. Stereochemical Control of Polymorph Transitions in Nanoscale Reactors. Q. Jiang, C. Hu, and M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 2144 - 2147.

198. Biomimetic Peptoid Oligomers as Dual-Action Antifreeze Agents. M. L. Huang, D. Ehre, Q. Jiang, C. Hu, K. Kirshenbaum, M. D. Ward, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 2012, 109, 19922.

197. Alignment of Organic Crystals under Nanoscale Confinement. J.-M. Ha, B. D. Hamilton, M. A. Hillmyer, M. D. Ward, Cryst. Growth Des. 2012, 12, 4494.

196. Polymorphism in Containerless Crystallization. D. Ehre, K. Fang, J. E. Aber, S. Arnold, M. D. Ward. B. A. Garetz, Cryst. Growth Des. 2011, 11, 4572 - 4580.

195. Manipulating Crystal Growth and Polymorphism by Confinement in Nanoscale Crystallization Chambers. J-M. Ha, B. D. Hamilton, M. A. Hillmyer, M. D. Ward, Acc. Chem. Res. 2012, 45, 414 - 423.

194. Anti-Counterfeit Protection of Pharmaceutical Products with Spatial Mapping of X-Ray Detectable Barcodes and Logos. D. Musumeci, C. Hu, M. D. Ward, Anal. Chem. 2011, 83, 7444–7450

193. Persistent Molecular Archimedean Cages Assembled with 72 Hydrogen Bonds. Y. Liu, A. Comotti, C. Hu, M. D. Ward, Science, 2011, 333, 436.

192.  Calcium oxalate monohydrate aggregation induced by aggregation of desialylated Tamm-Horsfall protein. P. Viswanathan, J. D. Rimer, A. M. Beshensky, M. D. Ward, J. G. Kleinman, J. A. Wesson, Urological Research, 2011, 39, 269–282.

191. Regulating Low-Dimensional Magnetic Behavior of Organic Radicals in Crystalline Hydrogen-Bonded Host Frameworks. A. C. Soegiarto, W. Yan, A. D. Kent, M. D. Ward, J. Mater. Chem. 2011, 21, 2204-2219.

190. Elucidation of the crystal growth mechanism of melamine-cyanuric acid by using real time in situ atomic force microscopy. D. Musumeci, M. D. Ward, CrystEngComm, 2011, 13, 1067 – 1069. “Hot Article”.

189. The Role of Chemical Interactions and Epitaxy during Nucleation of Organic Crystals on Crystalline Substrates. B. K. Olmsted, M. D. Ward, CrystEngComm, 2011, 13, 1070 – 1073.

188. Controlled Orientation of Polyconjugated Guest Molecules in Tunable Host Cavities. A. C. Soegiarto, A. Comotti, M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 14603–14616.

187. Crystal Growth Inhibitors for the Prevention of L-Cystine Kidney Stones through Molecular Design. J. D. Rimer, Z. An, Z. Zhu, M. H. Lee, D. S. Goldfarb, J. A. Wesson, M. D. Ward, Science, 2010, 330, 337 – 341. 

186. Attachment of Calcium Oxalate Monohydrate Crystals on Patterned Surfaces of Proteins and Lipid Bilayers. Z. An, S. Lee, H. Oppenheimer, J. A. Wesson, M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2010, 132, 13188–13190.

185. Phase Behavior and Polymorphism of Organic Crystals Confined within Nanoscale Chambers. J. M. Ha, B. D. Hamilton, M. A. Hillmyer, M. D. Ward, Cryst. Growth Des. 2009, pp 4766–4777.

184. Molecular Capsules in Modular Frameworks. Y. Liu and M. D. Ward, Cryst. Growth Des 2009, 9, 3859.

183. Folded Biomimetic Oligomers For Enantioselective Catalysis. G. Maayan, M. D. Ward and K. Kirshenbaum, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. 2009, 106, 13679.

182. Directed Organization of Dye Aggregates in Hydrogen-bonded Host Frameworks. A. C. Soegiarto and M. D. Ward, Cryst. Growth Des. 2009, 9, 3803.

181. Guest Molecules Confined in Amphipathic Crystals as Revealed by X-ray Diffraction and MAS NMR. A. Comotti, S. Bracco, P. Sozzani, S. M. Hawxwell. M. D. Ward, Cryst. Growth Des. 2009, 9, 2999.

180. Microscopic Topography of Heterocrystal Interfaces. B. K. Olmsted, S. Ferlay, P. Dechambenoit, M. Wais Hosseini, Michael D. Ward, Cryst. Growth Des. 2009, 9, 2841.

179. Separation of dimethylcyclohexane stereoisomers by selective guest inclusion of host compound of guanidinium o-terphenyl-4,4_-disulfonate. J. Kima, J. Yi, M. D. Ward,W.-S. Kim, Sep. Purif, Technol, 2009, 66, 57.

178. Manipulating Crystal Orientation in Nanoscale Cylindrical Pores by Stereochemical Inhibition. B. D. Hamilton, I. Weissbuch, M. Lahav, M. A. Hillmyer, and M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2009, 131, 2588.

177. Metallopeptoids. G. Maayan, M. D. Ward, K. Kirshenbaum, Chem. Commun, 2009, 56.

176. Charge-assisted Hydrogen-bonded Networks. M. D. Ward, Structure and Bonding,132, 1-24

175. Glycine Polymorphism in Nanoscale Crystallization Chambers. B. D. Hamilton, M. A. Hillmyer, and M. D. Ward, Cryst. Growth. Des. 2008, 8, 3368.

174. Mechanistic study on selective inclusion of xylenes into guanidinium p-toluenesulfonate host frame. J. Kim, S.-O. Lee, J. Yi, W.-S. Kim, and M. D. Ward, Sep. Purif, Technol. 2008, 62, 519.

173. Molecules in the Solid State. B. M. Foxman and M. D. Ward, Guest Editors, MRS Special Issue, July 2007.

172. Architectural Diversity and Elastic Networks in Hydrogen-bonded Host Frameworks: From Molecular Jaws to Cylinders. M. A. Horner, K. T. Holman, and M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2007, 129, 14640.

171. Pathological Biomineralization of Kidney Stones. Elements, Special Issue on Medical Mineralogy and Geochemistry, Invited Article, J. A. Wesson, M. D. Ward, 2007, 3, 415.

170. Molecular Socks in a Drawer. M. D.Ward, Nature 2007, 449, 149.

169. Thin Film Transistors Based on Alkylphenyl Quaterthiophenes: Structure and Electrical Transport Properties. S. E. Fritz, S. Mohapatra, B. T. Holmes, A. M. Anderson, C. F. Prendergast, C. D. Frisbie, M. D. Ward, and M. F. Toney, Chem. Mater. 2007, 19, 1355.

168. Dynamic behavior of particle agglomeration of europium oxalate during reaction crystallization in semi-batch reactor. W.-S. Kim, W.-S. Kim, K.-S. Kim, J.-S. Kim, T. Jung, and M. D. Ward, Chem. Eng. Comm. 2006, 193, 370.

167. Role of Crystal Surface Adhesion in Kidney Stone Disease. J. A. Wesson and M. D. Ward, Current Opinion in Nephrology and Hypertension (invited), 2006, 15, 386.

166. Mass Transfer Limitations at Crystallizing Interfaces in an Atomic Force Microscopy Fluid Cell: A Finite Element Analysis. D. Gasperino, A. Yeckel, B. K. Olmsted, M. D. Ward, and J. J. Derby, Langmuir, 2006, 22, 6578.

165. Hydrogen-Bonded Monolayers and Interdigitated Multilayers at the Air-Water Interface. S. A. Martin, K. Kjaer, M. J. Weygand, I. Weissbuch, and M. D. Ward, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2006, 110, 14292.

164. Design of crystalline molecular networks with charge-assisted hydrogen bonds. M. D. Ward, Chem. Comm., Focus article for the 40th anniversary commemoration, 2005, 5838.

163. Directing Assembly of Molecular Crystals. M. D. Ward, MRS Bulletin Special Issue: Self-assembly in Materials Synthesis, 2005, 30, 705.

162. Chiral Discrimination in Low-density Hydrogen Bonded Frameworks. R. Custelcean and M. D. Ward, Cryst Growth. Des. 2005, 5, 2277.

161. Snapshots of Crystal Growth. M. D. Ward, Science 2005, 308, 1566.

160. Crystal surface adhesion explains the pathological activity of calcium oxalate hydrates in kidney stone formation. X. Sheng, J. A. Wesson, and M. D. Ward, J. Amer. Soc. Nephrol. 2005, 16, 1904.

159. Lyotropic Phases Reinforced by Hydrogen Bonding. S. M. Martin and M. D. Ward, Langmuir, 2005, 21, 5324.

158. Thermotropic Properties of Organic Nanocrystals Embedded in Ultrasmall Crystallization Chambers. J.-M. Ha, M. A. Hillmyer, and M. D. Ward, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2005, 1392.

157. Structural Transference and Regulation on Bimodal Assembly of Charge-assisted Hydrogen-bonded Networks. S.-O. Lee, D. Shacklady, S. Ferlay, M. W. Hosseini, and M. D. Ward, Cryst. Growth. Des. 2005, 5, 995.

156. Adhesion at Calcium Oxalate Crystal Surfaces and the Effect of Urinary Constituents. X. Sheng, T. Jung, J. A. Wesson, and M. D. Ward, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 2005, 102, 267.

155. Probing Crystallization of Calcium Oxalate Monohydrate and the Role of Macromolecule Additives with in situ Atomic Force Microscopy. T. Jung, X. Sheng, C. K. Choi, W.-S. Kim, J. A. Wesson, and M. D. Ward, Langmuir, 2004, 20, 8587.

154. Structure and Order in Soft Matter: Does Symmetry and Structure Transcend Length Scale. M. A. Horner, and M. D. Ward, Crystal Eng. Comm. 2004, 6, 401 [Highlight article for Keynote Lecture, Crystal Engineering Faraday Discussion 2004: New Trends in Crystal Engineering]

153. Hydrogen-bonded Host Frameworks with Tunable Cavities: Structural Characterization and Inclusion-based Separation of Molecular Isomers. M. J. Horner, S. Grabowski, K. Sandstrom, K. T. Holman, M. Bader, W.-S. Kim, and M. D. Ward, American Crystallography Association Transactions, 2004, 39, 1 (on line version: http://www.hwi.buffalo.edu/ACA/Publication_39/Ward.pdf).

152. Rheology and Morphology of Smectic Liquid Crystal/Polymer Blends. Y. Yonezawa, S. M. Martin, C. W. Macosko, and M. D. Ward, Macromolecules 2004, 7, 6424.

151. Structure and Rheology of Hydrogen-bond Reinforced Smectic Liquid Crystals. S. M. Martin, Y.Yonezawa, M. J. Horner, C. W. Macosko, and M. D. Ward, Chem. Mater.2004, 16, 3045.

150. Structural Characterization of a Pentacene Monolayer on Amorphous SiO2 with grazing incidence X-ray diffraction. S. Fritz, S. M. Martin, C. D. Frisbie, M. D. Ward, and M. F. Toney, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2004, 126, 4084.

149. Polymorph Selectivity under Nanoscopic Confinement. J.-M. Ha, J. H. Wolf, M. A. Hillmyer, and M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2004, 126, 3382.

148. Organic Thin Film Transistors based on Toly-substituted Oligothiophenes. S. Mohapatra, B. T. Holmes, C. R. Newman, C. F. Prendergast, C. D. Frisbie, and M. D. Ward, Adv. Funct. Mater. 2004, 14, 605.

147. Crystal agglomeration of europium oxalate in reaction crystallization using double-jet semi-batch reactor. W.-S. Kim, W.-S. Kim, K.-S. Kim, J.-S. Kim, and M. D. Ward, Mater. Res. Bull. (Elsevier), 2004, 39, 283.

146. Organic Films with a Twist. M. D. Ward, Nature (News and Views), 2003, 426, 615.

145. Structural Characterization of Ternary Inclusion Compounds at the Air-Water Interface. D. J. Plaut, S. M. Martin, K. Kjaer, M. J. Weygand , M. Lahav, L. Leiserowitz, I. Weissbuch and M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2003, 125, 15922.

144. Study of the (001) cleavage planes of guanidinium methanesulfonate single crystals by AFM and He diffraction. G. Bracco, Y. Hu, J. Acker, and M. D. Ward, Appl. Surf. Sci. 2003, 212, 151.

143. Molecular Fuel Tanks. M. D. Ward, Science (Perspectives), 2003, 300, 1104.

142. Atomic Diffraction Study of the Interaction of Helium Atoms with the Surface of an Organic Single Crystal: the (001) Cleavage Planes of Guanidinium Methanesulfonate, G. Bracco, J. Acker, M. D. Ward, and G. Scoles, J. Chem. Phys., 2003, 118, 8405. [Selected for the May 5, 2003 issue of the Virtual Journal of Nanoscale Science and Technology; http://www.vinano.org]

141. Tricyanovinyl-Substituted Oligothiophenes. M. M. Bader, R. Custelcean, M. D. Ward, Chem. Mater. 2003; 15,616.

140. Adhesion between Molecules and Calcium Oxalate Crystals: Critical Interactions in Kidney Stone Formation. X. Sheng, M. D. Ward, and J. A. Wesson, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2003, 125, 2854.

139. Helium Diffraction Study of Organic Single-Crystal Surfaces:  Hydrogen-Bonded and Methyl-Terminated (001) Cleavage Planes of a Guanidinium Methanesulfonate Crystal. G. Bracco, J. Acker, M. D. Ward, and G. Scoles, Langmuir, 2002, 18, 5551.

138. Hydrogen-bonded Helices in Crystals with Prescribed Organization. R. Custelcean and M. D. Ward, Angew. Chem., 2002, 41, 1724.

137. Direct Visualization of Calcium Oxalate Monohydrate (COM) Crystallization and Dissolution with Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) and the Role of Polymeric Additives. S. Guo, M. D. Ward, and J. A. Wesson, Langmuir, 2002, 18, 4284.

136. Probing Vibrational Dynamics of Hydrogen-bonded Inclusion Compounds with Inelastic Neutron Scattering and ab initio Calculations. A. M. Pivovar, M. D. Ward, C. M. Brown, and D. A. Neumann, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2002, 106, 4916.

135. Engineering Space Group Symmetry and Polar Order in Molecular Host Frameworks. K. T. Holman, A. M. Pivovar, M. D. Ward, Science 2001, 294, 1907.

134. Lamellae-Nanotube Isomerism in Hydrogen-Bonded Host Frameworks. M. J. Horner, K. T. Holman, M. D. Ward, Angew. Chem. 2001, 40, 4045.

133. Shape Selective Separation of Molecular Isomers with Tunable Hydrogen-bonded Host Frameworks. A. M. Pivovar, K. T. Holman and M. D. Ward, Chem. Mater. 2001, 13, 3018.

132. Vibrational Mode Analysis of Isomorphous Hydrogen-Bonded Guanidinium Sulfonates with Inelastic Neutron Scattering and Density Functional Theory. A. M. Pivovar, M. D. Ward, T. Yildirim, D. A. Neumann, J. Chem. Phys., 2001, 115, 1909.

131. Electrochemical Growth of Epitaxial Organic Films. M. D. Ward, Encyclopedia of Electrochemistry, Volume 10, “Modified Electrodes”, M. Fujihara, I. Rubenstein, J R. Rusling, Eds., pp. 399-412.

130. Selective Nucleation and Discovery of Organic Polymorphs through Epitaxy with Organic Single Crystal Substrates. C. Mitchell, L. Yu, and M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc, 2001, 123, 10830.

129. The Generality of Architectural Isomerism in Designer Inclusion Frameworks. K. T. Holman, S. M. Martin, D. P. Parker and M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2001, 123, 4421.

128. Epitaxy and Molecular Organization on Solid Substrates. D. E. Hooks, T. Fritz and M. D. Ward, Advanced Materials, 2001, 13, 227.

127. Metric Engineering of Soft Molecular Host Frameworks. K. Travis Holman, Adam M. Pivovar, Jennifer A. Swift and Michael D. Ward, Chem. Res., 2001, 34, 107.

126. Bulk Crystals to Surfaces: Combining X-ray Diffraction and Atomic Force Microscopy to Probe the Structure and Formation of Crystal Interfaces. M. D. Ward, Chem. Rev., 2001, 101, 1697.

125. Plastic Sandwiches `a la carte. M. D. Ward, Nature (News and Views), 2000, 405, 293.

124. Building Molecular Frameworks with Tailored Pore Structures. D. J. Plaut, K. T. Holman, A. M. Pivovar and M. D. Ward, Journal of Physical Organic Chemistry, Special Issue “Materials for the 21st Century,” 2000, 13, 858.

123. Crystal Engineering with Soft and Topologically Adaptable Molecular Host Frameworks. K. T. Holman and M. D. Ward, Stimulating Concepts in Chemistry, Vogtle, Stoddart, and Shibasaki, Eds., Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2000, p221.

122. Metric Engineering of Crystalline Inclusion Compounds by Structural Mimicry. K. T. Holman and M. D. Ward, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., 2000, 39, 1653.

121. Low-density hydrogen-bonded networks in crystals and at the air-water interface. D. J. Plaut, K. M. Lund, and M. D. Ward, Chem. Comm., 2000, 769.

120. Cooperative Polar Ordering in Topologically Constrained Crystalline Inclusion Compounds. J. A. Swift and M. D. Ward,Chemistry of Materials, 2000, 12, 1501.

119. Control of Hierarchical Order in Crystalline Composites of Diblock Copolymers and a Molecular Chromophore. C. C. Evans, F. S. Bates, and M. D. Ward, Chemistry of Materials, 2000, 12, 236.

118. Structural Studies of a Crystalline Insulin Analog Complex with Protamine by Atomic Force Microscopy. C. Yip, M. L. Brader, B. H. Frank, M. R. DeFelippis and M. D. Ward, Biophys. J., 2000, 78, 466.

117. Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance, M. D. Ward, Encyclopedia of Analytical Chemistry. R. A. Meyers, Ed., John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, 9930 – 9958, 2000.

116. Self-Assembly of Crystalline Lattices. M. D. Ward and A. M. Pivovar, The Encyclopedia of Materials Science and Technology, 2nd edition, 1999.

115. Organic Host-Guest Molecular Assemblies. M. D. Ward and A. M. Pivovar, Current Opinion in Solid State and Materials Science, 1999, 4, 581.

114. Automated Electrochemical Analysis with Combinatorial Electrode Arrays. M. G. Sullivan,† H. Utomo,† P. J. Fagan‡ and M. D. Ward, Anal. Chem., 1999; 71, 4369.

113. The Physicochemical Origins of Coincident Epitaxy in Molecular Overlayers: Lattice Modeling vs. Potential Energy Calculations. J. A. Last, D. E. Hooks, A. C. Hillier and M. D. Ward, J. Phys. Chem. B, 1999, 103, 6723.

112. Steric Control of Architectural Isomerism in Hydrogen Bonded Crystalline Clathrates. C. C. Evans, L. Sukarto and M. D. Ward, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 1999, 121, 320.

111. Surfactant Enhanced Spreading. T. Stoebe, Randal M. Hill, Michael D. Ward, L. E. Scriven and H. Ted Davis, “Silicone Surfactants,” Surfactant Science Series, Vol. 86, R. M. Hill, Ed.; Marcel Dekker, New York, 1999.

110. Chemistry on the Edge: A Microscopic Analysis of the Intercalation, Exfoliation, Edge Functionalization, and Monolayer Surfacing Tiling Reactions of 􀀀-Zirconium Phosphate. D. M. Kaschak, S. A. Johnson, D. E. Hooks, H.-N. Kim, M. D. Ward, T. E. Mallouk, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1998, 120, 10887.

109. Cooperative Host-Guest Recognition in Crystalline Clathrates: Steric Guest Ordering by Molecular Gears. J. A. Swift, A. M. Reynolds and M. D. Ward, Chem. Mater. 1998, 10, 4159.

108. Nanoconfined Electrochemical Nucleation of Crystalline Molecular Monolayers on Graphite Substrates. D. E. Hooks, C. M. Yip, and M. D. Ward, J. Phys. Chem. 1998, 102, 9958.

107. Molecular Scaffolds. M. D. Ward, Chem. Brit., 1998, 34, 52.

106. Structural and Morphological Characterization of Ultralente Insulin Crystals by Atomic Force Microscopy:Evidence of Hydrophobically Driven Assembly. C. M. Yip, M. R. DeFelippis, B. H. Frank, M. L. Brader and M. D. Ward, Biophys. J., 1998, 75, 1172.

105. Template-directed architectural isomerism of open molecular frameworks: Engineering of crystalline clathrates. J. A. Swift, A.M. Pivovar, A. M. Reynolds, M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1998, 24, 5887.

104. Direct Force Measurements of Insulin Monomer-Monomer Interaction Forces. C. M. Yip, C. C. Yip and M. D. Ward, Biochemistry, 1998, 37, 5439.

103. Atomic Force Microscopy of Crystalline Insulins: The Influence of Sequence Variation on Crystallization and Interfacial Structure. C. M. Yip, M. L. Brader, M. R. DeFelippis and M. D. Ward, Biophys. J. 1998, 74, 2199.

102. Interweaving of Two-Dimensional Hydrogen-Bonded Networks Directed by Chloride Ions. V. A. Russell and M.D. Ward, New J. Chem., Special Issue on Supramolecular Chemistry, 1998, 149.

101. Epitaxially-Driven Assembly of Crystalline Molecular Films on Ordered Substrates. J. A. Last, A. C. Hillier, D. E. Hooks, J. B. Maxson, and M. D. Ward, Chem. Mater. 1998, 10, 422.

100. Structure and Physical Properties of Hexacyanomanganate(IV), [MnIV(CN)6]2-. W. E. Buschmann, C. Vazquez, R. S. McLean, M. D. Ward, N. L. Jones, J. S. Miller, J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Commun. 1997, 409.

99. Organoporous Hosts with Adjustable Molecular Environments. J. A. Swift, V. A. Russell and M. D. Ward, Advanced Materials, 1997, 9, 15.

98. Superspreading of Aqueous Films Containing Trisiloxane Surfactant on Mineral Oil. T. Stoebe, Z. Lin, R. M. Hill, M. D. Ward and H. T. Davis, Langmuir 1997, 13, 7282.

97. Enhanced Spreading of Aqueous Films Containing Ionic Surfactants on Solid Substrates. T. Stoebe, R.M. Hill, M. D. Ward, and H. Ted Davis, Langmuir, 1997, 13, 7276.

96. Enhanced Spreading of Aqueous Ethoxylated Alcohol Surfactant Systems on Solid Substrates. T. Stoebe, Z. Lin, R. M. Hill, M. D. Ward, and H. Ted Davis, Langmuir 1997, 13, 7270.

95. Two-Dimensional Hydrogen-Bonded Assemblies: The Influence of Steric Effects and Competitive Hydrogen Bonding on the Structures of Guanidinium Arenesulfonate Networks. V. A. Russell and M.D. Ward, J. Mater. Chem., “Special Issue on Molecular Assemblies and Nanostructures,” 1997, 7, 1123.

94. Nanoporous Molecular Sandwiches: Pillared Two-Dimensional Hydrogen-Bonded Networks with Adjustable Porosity. V. A. Russell, C. Evans, W. Li and M. D. Ward, Science, 1997, 276, 575.

93. Nanoscale Visualization of Crystal Habit Modification by Atomic Force Microscopy. G. Mao, L. Lobo, R. Scaringe and M. D. Ward, Chem. Mater. 1997, 9, 773.

92. Organic Crystal Surfaces: Structure, Properties and Reactivity. M. D. Ward, Curr. Opin. Coll. Interfac. Sci., 1997, 2, 51.

91. Nucleation of Molecular Crystals at Guanidinium Alkylsulfonate Langmuir Monolayers. L. M. Frostman and M. D. Ward, Langmuir, 1997, 13, 330.

90. Molecular Self-Assembly of Hydrogen-Bonded Crystalline Networks. V. A. Russell and M. D. Ward, Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Modular Chemistry, (held September 9 – 12, 1995 Estes Park, Colorado) 1997, Kluwer, Boston, J. Michl (Ed.) p 397.

89. Directing Nucleation and Growth of Molecular Crystals on Ordered Substrates: The Role of Epitaxial Interactions. S. J. Bonafede, A. C. Hillier, and M. D. Ward, Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Modular Chemistry, (held September 9 – 12, 1995 Estes Park, Colorado) 1997, Kluwer, Boston, J.Michl (Ed.) p 637.

88. Epitaxial Interactions between Organic Overlayers and Ordered Substrates. A. C. Hillier and M. D. Ward, Phys. Rev. B, 1996, 54, 14037.

87. Probing Solvent Dynamics in Concentrated Polymer Films with a High Frequency Shear Mode Quartz Resonator. A. Katz and M. D. Ward, J. Appl. Phys., 1996, 80, 4153.

86. Electrochemical Annealing of Domains in Epitaxial Molecular Films. J. A. Last and M. D. Ward, Adv. Mater. 1996, 8, 730.

85. Atomic Force Microscopy of Insulin Single Crystals: Direct Visualization of Molecules and Crystal Growth. C. M. Yip and M. D. Ward, Biophysical Journal., 1996, 71, 1071.

84. Molecular Crystals with Dimensionally Controlled Hydrogen-Bonded Nanostructures. V. A. Russell and M. D. Ward, Chem. Mater. 1996, 8, 1654.

83. Determination of Contact Angles and Surface Tensions with the Quartz Crystal Microbalance. Z. Lin and M. D. Ward, Anal. Chem. 1996, 68, 1285.

82. Surfactant Enhanced Spreading. T. Stoebe, Z. Lin, R. M. Hill, H. Ted Davis, and M. D. Ward, Langmuir, 1996, 12, 337.

81. Improved Accuracy in Dynamic Quartz Crystal Microbalance Measurements of Surfactant Enhanced Spreading. Z. Lin, T. Stoebe, R. M. Hill, H. Ted Davis, and M. D. Ward, Langmuir, 1996, 12, 345.

80. Scanning Tunneling and Atomic Force Microscopy of Electrochemical Interfaces (Invited Book Chapter). M. D. Ward and H. S. White, Modern Techniques in Electroanalysis, Petr Vanysek, Ed.; Volume 139, Wiley (New York), 1996, p 107.

79. Solid-State Structure of a Layered Hydrogen-Bonded Salt: Guanidinium 5-Benzoyl-4-Hydroxy-2-Methoxybenzenesulfonate Methanol Solvate. V. A. Russell and M. D. Ward, Acta Cryst., 1996, B52, 209 214.

78. Structural and Physical Properties of Delocalized Mixed-Valent [Cp*M(pentalene)M’Cp*]n+ and [Cp*M(indacene)M’Cp*]n+ (M,M’ = Fe, Co, Ni; n = 0, 1, 2) Complexes. J. M. Manriquez, M. D. Ward, W. M. Reiff, J. C. Calabrese, N. L. Jones, P. J. Carroll, E. E. Bunel, J. S. Miller,J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1995, 117, 6182.

77. Selective Nucleation of an Organic Polymorph by Ledge-Directed Epitaxy on a Molecular Crystal Substrate. S. Bonafede and M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1995, 117, 7853.

76. Solubilization Control by Redox-Switching of Polysoaps. P. Anton, A. Laschewsky, and M. D. Ward, Polymer Bull. 1995, 34, 331.

75. V2O5 Xerogel Films as Intercalation Hosts for Lithium I. Insertion Stoichiometry, Site Concentration and Specific Energy. H.-K. Park, W. H. Smyrl, and M. D. Ward, J. Electrochem. Soc., 142, 1995, 1068.

74. Molecular Nanoclusters as Precursors to Conductive Thin Films and Crystals. A. C. Hillier, J. Hossick Schott, and M. D. Ward, Advanced Materials (Research News), 1995, 7, 409.

73. The Role of Longitudinal Waves in Quartz Crystal Microbalance Applications in Liquids. Z. Lin and M. D. Ward, Anal. Chem., 1995, 67, 685.

72. Molecular Engineering of Crystals by Electrostatic Templating. P. J. Fagan and M. D. Ward, Perspectives In Supramolecular Chemistry, G. R. Desiraju, Ed., John Wiley, New York, 1995.

71. Self-Assembly of Low-Dimensional Molecular Nanoclusters on Au(111) Surfaces. J. Hossick Schott and M. D. Ward, Langmuir, 1995, 11, 177.

70. Principles and Applications of the Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance. M. D. Ward, Monographs in Electroanalytical Chemistry and Electrochemistry: Physical Electrochemistry, Principles, Methods, and Applications, I. Rubinstein, Ed., 1995, Marcel Dekker, New York.

69. Nanoscale Imaging of Molecular Adsorption. H. Cai, A. C. Hillier, K. Franklin, C. C. Nunn, and M. D. Ward, Science, 1994, 266, 1551.

68. Electrocrystallization of an Ordered Organic Monolayer: Selective Epitaxial Growth of β-(ET)2I3 on Graphite. A. C. Hillier, J. B. Maxson and M. D. Ward, Chem. Mater. 1994, 6, 2222.

67. Determination of Wetting Velocities of Surfactant Superspreaders with the Quartz Crystal Microbalance. Z. Lin, R. M. Hill, H. T. Davis, and M. D. Ward, Langmuir, 1994, 10, 4060.

66. Guanidinium para-Substituted Benzenesulfonates: Competitive Hydrogen Bonding in Layered Structures and the Design of Nonlinear Optical Materials. V. A. Russell, M. C. Etter and M. D. Ward, Chemistry of Materials, 1994, 6, 1206.

65. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Layered Molecular Conductors. M. A. Dvorak and M. D. Ward, Chemistry of Materials, 1994, 6, 1386.

64. Layered Materials by Molecular Design: Structural Enforcement by Hydrogen Bonding in Guanidinium Alkyland Aryl Sulfonates. V. A. Russell, M. C. Etter and M. D. Ward, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1994, 116, 1941.

63. Snapshots of Crystal Growth: Nanoclusters of Organic Conductors on Au(111) Surfaces. J. Hossick Schott and M. D. Ward, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 1994, 116, 6806.

62. Atomic Force Microscopy of the Electrochemical Nucleation and Growth of Molecular Crystals. A. Hillier and M. D. Ward, Science, 1994, 268, 1261.

61. Directing Polymorph Selectivity During Nucleation of Anthranilic Acid on Molecular Substrates. P. W. Carter and M. D. Ward, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 1994, 116, 769.

60. Nucleation and Growth of Molecular Crystals on Self-Assembled Monolayers. L. M. Frostman and M. D. Ward, Langmuir, 1994, 10, 576.

59. Self-Assembled Monolayers with Charge-Transfer Groups: 16-Mercaptohexadecyl Tetrathiafulvalene Carboxylate on Gold. C. M. Yip and M. D. Ward, Langmuir, 1994, 10, 549.

58. Nanoscale Surface Topography and Growth of Molecular Crystals: The Role of Anisotropic Intermolecular Bonding. A. Hillier, P. W. Carter and M. D. Ward, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 1994, 116, 944.

57. Nucleation and Growth of Molecular Crystals on Molecular Interfaces. P. W. Carter, L. M. Frostman, A. C. Hillier, and M. D. Ward, ACS Symposium Series, 1994, 561

56. Depletion Layer Effects on the Response of the Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance. W.-W. Lee, H. S. White and M. D. Ward, Anal. Chem., 1993, 65, 3232.

55. Molecular Single Crystal Interfaces: Topographical Structure and Crystal Growth. P. W. Carter, A. C. Hillier and M. D. Ward, Mol. Crystal. Liq. Cryst. (Proceedings of ICCOSS XI), 1994, 242, 53.

54. Topographically Directed Nucleation of Organic Crystals on Molecular Single Crystal Substrates. P. W. Carter and M. D. Ward, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 1993, 115, 11521.

53. Synthesis and Properties of Optically Active Helical Metallocene Oligomers. T. J. Katz, A. Sudhakar, M.F. Teasley, A. M. Gilbert, W. E. Geiger, M. P. Robben, M. Wuensch and M. D. Ward, J. Amer. Chem Soc. 1993, 115, 3182.

52. Operation of an Ultrasensitive 30 MHz Quartz Crystal Microbalance in Liquids. Z. Lin, C. M. Yip, I. S. Joseph and M. D. Ward, Analytical Chemistry, 1993, 65, 1646.

51. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Studies of Organic Conductors. S. Li, H. S. White and M. D. Ward, Synthetic Metals, 1993, 55-57, 426.

50. Real-time Measurement of Anchorage-Dependent Cell Adhesion Using a Quartz Crystal Microbalance. D. Gryte, M. D. Ward and W.-S. Hu, Biotechnol. Prog. 1993, 9, 105.

49. Piezoelectric pH Sensors: AT-cut Quartz Resonators with Amphoteric Polymer Films. J. Wang, M. D. Ward, R. C. Ebersole and R. A. Foss, Analytical Chemistry, 1993, 65, 2553.

48. Self-assembled Thiol Monolayers with Carboxylic Acid Functionality: Measuring pH-Dependent Phase Transitions with the Quartz Crystal Microbalance. J. Wang, L. M. Frostman and M. D. Ward, J. Phys. Chem. 1992, 96, 5224.

47. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of the Organic Semiconductor [(η5-C5Me5)2Ru(η6,η6-[22] (1,4) cyclophane)][TCNQ]4. S. Li, H. S. White and M. D. Ward, Chem. Mater. 1992, 4, 1082.

46. Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of the Organic Conductor (TMTSF)2X (X = ClO4-, ReO4-). S. Li, H. S. White and M. D. Ward, J. Phys. Chem. 1992, 96, 9014.

45. Scanning electrochemical mass sensitivity mapping of the quartz crystal microbalance in liquid media. A. C. Hillier and M. D. Ward, Anal. Chem. 1992, 64, 2539.

44. Measurement of Interfacial Processes at Electrode Surfaces with the Electrochemical Quartz Crystal Microbalance. Chemical Reviews, D. A. Buttry and M. D. Ward, 1992, 92. 1355.

43. Self-assembly Principles in Molecular Crystals. M. D. Ward, Pure and Applied Chemistry (Proceedings of the 7th ICSCS), 1992, 64, 1623.

42. Electrocrystallization of Low-Dimensional Molecular Solids. M. D. Ward, Supramolecular Architecture, ACS Symposium Series 499, p231, 1992.

41. Piezoelectric Cell Growth Sensor. R. C. Ebersole, R. P. Foss and M. D. Ward, Nature Biotechnology, 1991, 9, 450.

40. Radial Sensitivity of the Quartz Crystal Microbalance in Liquid Media. M. D. Ward and E. J. Delawski, Anal. Chem., 1991, 63, 886.

39. Redox-Active Polymers by Group Transfer Polymerization: Physical, Electrochemical and Electronic Properties. A. Laschewsky and M. D. Ward, Polymer, 32, 146, 1991.

38. Oxidation Chemistry of d0 Transition Metal Complexes. M. J. Burk, W. A. Tumas, M. D. Ward and D. R. Wheeler, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 112, 6133, 1990.

37. Building Molecular Crystals. P. J. Fagan and M. D. Ward, Scientific American, July 1992.

36. In-situ Interfacial Mass Measurements with Piezoelectric Transducers: Fundamentals and Applications. M. D. Ward and D. A. Buttry, Science, 249, 1000, 1990.

35. Low Dimensional Organometallic Charge Transfer Complexes. X-Ray Structure and Magnetic Properties of alpha – and β-[Cr(C6Me3H3)2+][TCNQ-]. D. O’Hare, M. D. Ward and J. S. Miller, Chem. Mater., 2, 758, 1990.

34. Electrochemical and Quartz Crystal Microbalance Evidence for Mediation and Direct Electrochemical Reactions of Small Molecules at Tetrathiafulvalene-tetracyanoquinodimethane (TTF-TCNQ) Electrodes. M. S. Freund, A. Brajter-Toth and M. D. Ward, J. Electroanal. Chem., 289, 127, 1990.

33. Spontaneously Formed Functionally Active Avidin Monolayers on Metal Surfaces: A Strategy for Immobilizing Biological Reagents and Design of Piezoelectric Biosensors. R. C. Ebersole, J. R. Moran and M. D. Ward, J. Amer. Chem. Soc , 112, 3239, 1990.

32. Molecular Control of Self-Assembled Monolayer Films of Imidazole-2 Thiones: Adsorption and Reactivity. A. J. Arduengo, J. R. Moran and M. D. Ward, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 112, 6153, 1990.

31. Single-Crystal Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Study of Triplet Excitons in [Fe(mesitylene)22+][C3(C(CN)2)3-]2. J. R. Morton, K. F. Preston, Y. Le Page, A. J. Williams and M. D. Ward, J. Chem. Phys., 93, 2222, 1990.

30. Stuctural and Magnetic Characterization of Electron Transfer Salts of Tris(dicyanomethylene)cyclopropanide, C3[C(CN)2]3-, and Fe(C5Me5)2+ (1:1; Two Phases) and Fe(C6H3Me3)22+ (1:2), Evidence for 1-D Antiferromagnetic Behavior in Segregated [Fe(C5Me5)2+]Chains. J. S. Miller, M. D. Ward, J. H. Zhang and W. M. Reiff, Inorg. Chem., 29, 4063, 1990.

29. Hexaazaoctadecahydrocoronene, HOC. Structural and Physical Properties of [HOC]n (n = 0, 1+, 2+, 3+, 4+). J. S. Miller, D. A. Dixon, J. C. Calabrese, C. Vazquez, P. J. Krusic, M. D. Ward and R. L. Harlow, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 112, 381, 1990.

28. Magnetic Coupling Relationships for Bis(Metallocene)-Benzene Complexes. J. M. Manriquez, M. D. Ward, J. C. Calabrese, P. J. Fagan, A. J. Epstein and J. S. Miller, Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. 176, 527, 1989.

27. 57Fe Mossbauer Spectroscopy Studies of New Examples of Fully Averaged Mixed Valence Diiron and Iron/Ruthenium Compounds. W. M. Reiff, J. M. Manriquez, M. D. Ward and J. S. Miller, Mol. Cryst. Liq.Cryst. 176, 423, 1989.

26. Probing Electrocrystallization of Charge Transfer Salts with the Quartz Crystal Microbalance. J. Electroanal. Chem. , 273, 79, 1989.

25. Single Crystal EPR Spectra of Triplet Excitons in [(η5-C5Me5)Ru(η6, η6-[22](1,4)-cyclophane)Ru(􀀀5-C5Me5)][TCNQ]4. J. R. Morton, K. F. Preston, M. D. Ward and P. J. Fagan, J. Chem. Phys., 90, 2148, 1989.

24. Molecular Engineering of Solid State Materials:Organometallic Building Blocks. P. J. Fagan, M. D. Ward, and J. C. Calabrese, J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 111, 1698, 1989.

23. Electrostatic Structural Enforcement in Low Dimensional Solids: Synthesis, Structure and Electronic Properties of Polycationic Ruthenium Complexes with Polycyanoanions. M. D. Ward, P. J. Fagan, J. C. Calabrese and D. C. Johnson, J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 111, 1719, 1989.

22. Organometallic Donor-Acceptor Complexes with Non-Planar Donors: The Zig-Zag Linear Chain Complex [(η6-C6Me6)2M][iso-C4(CN)6] (M=Fe, Ru). M. D. Ward and J. C. Calabrese, Organometallics, 8, 593, 1989.

21. Electrocrystallization of Low Dimensional Solids: Directed Selectivity and Investigation of Crystal Growth with the Quartz Crystal Microbalance. M. D. Ward, Synthetic Metals, 27, B211-B218, 1988.

20. Electrochemical Aspects of Low-Dimensional Molecular Solids, Electroanal. Chem., Vol 16, A. J. Bard, Ed., 16, 161, 1988.

19. Amplified Mass Immunosorbent Assay with a Quartz Crystal Microbalance. R. C. Ebersole and M. D. Ward, J. Amer. Chem. Soc, 110, 8623, 1988.

18. Synthesis and Unusual Properties of a Helically Twisted Metallated Rubrene Derivative, P. J. Fagan, M. D. Ward, J. V. Caspar, J. C. Calabrese and P. J. Krusic, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 110, 2981, 1988.

17. Ion Exchange of Ferro(ferricyanide) into Polyvinylferrocene Films. J. Electrochem. Soc., M. D. Ward, 135, 2747, 1988.

16. Investigation of Open Circuit Reactions of Polymer Films Using the Quartz Crystal Microbalance. Reactions of Polyvinylferrocene Films. M. D. Ward, J. Phys. Chem, 92, 2049, 1988.

15. Electrocrystallization, Structural and Physical Properties of Charge Transfer Complexes Derived From [(η6-C6Me6)2M]2+ (M=Fe,Ru) and TCNQ (TCNQ = tetracyanoquinodimethane). M. D. Ward and D. C. Johnson, Inorg. Chem. 26, 4213, 1987.

14. Methane Photoactivation on Copper Molybdate. An Experimental and Theoretical Study. M. D. Ward, J. F. Brazdil, S. P. Mehandru and A. B. Anderson, J. Phys. Chem., 91, 6515, 1987.

13. Investigation of Electron Transfer Processes at Open Circuit Polyvinylferrocene Films Using Rotating Ring-Disk Electrodes. M. D. Ward, J. Electroanal. Interfac. Chem., 236, 139, 1987.

12. Characterization of the Charge Transfer Reaction Between Decamethylferrocene and 7,7,8,8-Tetracyanopquinodimethane(1:1). The 57Fe Mossbauer Spectra and Structures of the Paramagnetic, Dimeric and Metamagnetic One-Dimensional Salts and the Molecular and Electronic Structures of [TCNQ]n (n =0, 1-, 2). J.S. Miller, J. H. Zhang, W. M. Reiff, D. A. Dixon, L. D. Preston, A. H. Reis, Jr., E. Gebert, M. Extine, J. Troup, A. J. Epstein and M. D. Ward, J. Phys. Chem., 91, 4344, 1987.

11. Linear Chain Organometallic Donor-Acceptor Complexes and One- Dimensional Alloys. Synthesis and Structure of [(η 6-C6Me3H3)2M][C6(CN)6] (M=Fe, Ru). M. D. Ward, Organometallics, 6,754, 1987.

10. Electrocrystallization of Poorly Conducting Charge-Transfer Complexes. M. D. Ward, Inorg. Chem., 25, 4444, 1986.

9. Photocatalytic Alcohol Dehydrogenation Using Ammonium Heptamolybdate. M. D. Ward, J. F. Brazdil, R. K.Grasselli, J. Phys. Chem. 88, 4210, 1984.

8. Electrochemical Investigation of the Energetics of Particulate Titanium Dioxide Photocatalysts. The Methyl Viologen-Acetate System. M. D. Ward, J. R. White, A. J. Bard, J. Amer. Chem. Soc., 105, 27, 1983.

7. Photocurrent Enhancement via Trapping of Photogenerated Electrons of TiO2 Particles. M. D. Ward and A. J. Bard, J. Phys. Chem., 86, 3599, 1982.

6. Electrophilic Chemistry of Oxide-Supported Rhodium Complexes. Activation of H-H and Alkane C-H Bonds. Ward, M. D. and J. Schwartz, Organometallics, 1, 1030, 1982.

5. Characterization of Semiconductor Powders by Electrochemical Techniques. A. J. Bard, R. Pruiksma, J. R. White, W. Dunn and M. D. Ward, Proceeding of the 160th Meeting of the Electrochem. Soc., 1981.

4. Silica-Bound Rhodium Hydride Catalysts for Arene Hydogenation. M. D. Ward and J. Schwartz, J. Am. Chem.Soc., 103, 5253, 1981.

3. Catalytically Active Metal Oxide-Supported Rhodium Hydride Complexes. M. D. Ward and J. Schwartz, J. Mol. Catal., 11, 397, 1981.

2. Synthesis and Partial Characterization of (Silica)rhodium Dihydrides: A New Catalyst for Olefin Hydrogenation. M. D. Ward, T. V. Harris, J. Schwartz, J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Comm., 357, 1980.

1. Silica-Supported Zirconium Hydrides as Isomerization or Hydrogenation Catalysts. J. Schwartz and M. D. Ward, J. Mol. Catal., 8, 465, 1980.