Norris Group Members

Department of Chemistry, Youngstown State University, Youngstown, Ohio 44555, U.S.A.

  • 01. Wei Li
  • 02. Marty Moore
  • 03. Scott Freeze
  • 04. Rob Cicchillo
  • 05. Dan Berndt
  • 06. Andy Fluxe
  • 07. Jason McCartney
  • 08. Hud Risley
  • 09. Joe Lisko
  • 10. Yuriko Root
  • 11. Dan Kibler
  • 12. Penny Miner
  • 13. Rakesh Akula
  • 14. Mat Maust
  • 15. Dave Temelkoff
  • 16. Travis Weaver
  • 17. Craig Smith
  • 18. Iulia Sacui
  • 19. Abdul-Basit Alhassan
  • 20. Sara Duncan
  • 21. Monica Vicarel
  • 22. Ryan Conway
  • 23. Adam Cox
  • 24. Mike Evans
  • 25. Brian Dobosh
  • 26. Jennie Patton
  • 27. Kat Pavlidakey
  • 28. Ashley Malich
  • 29. Dave McCutcheon
  • 30. Charles Hartranft
  • 31. Lucas Beagle
  • 32. Steve Knapp
  • 33. Traci Clymer
  • 34. Antony Okumu
  • 35. Olumuyiwa Adesoye
  • 36. Isaac Mills
  • 37. Philip Adero
  • 38. Omadee Curry
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  • 02. Chris Gabriel
  • 03. Chris Meta
  • 04. Robin Grote
  • 05. Tracey Myers
  • 06. Rob Risi
  • 07. Erin Schuler
  • 08. Brooke Katzman
  • 09. Krista Cunningham
  • 10. Zach Rodgers
  • 11. Jessica Marstellar
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Latest article

22.05.2011 - One-pot Azidation

Link to paper in ScienceDirect

Our paper on the reaction of several sugar-derived alcohols with p-acetamidobenzene-sulfonyl azide, which includes a convenient one-pot alcohol to azide conversion, has appeared in the journal Tetrahedron Letters.

An article on a useful lab exercise based on the SN2 reaction is currently under review at the Journal of Chemical Education.