Richard Laine

Publications

  1. Bickmore, C, Hoppe, M, Laine, R, Youngdahl, K, Nardi, P, Robinson, T, and Uhm, J (1991). Chemicals, Polymers and Ceramics from the Beach (Silica)In: 5th International Conference on Ultrastructure Processing, pp. 663-71.

  2. Laine, R, Babonneau, F, Rahn, J, Zhang, Z, and Youngdahl, K (1991). The Effect of Monomer Architecture on Selectivity to Ceramic Products and Microstructure in Silicon Preceramic PolymersIn: Thirty-Seventh Sagamore Army Mater. Res. Conf. Proc., ed. by D.J. Viechnicki, pp. 159-69, Publications Department of the Army.

  3. Laine, R, Blohowiak, K, Robinson, T, Hoppe, M, Nardi, P, Kampf, J, and Uhm, J (1991). Synthesis Of Pentacoordinate Silicon Complexes From Sio2Nature, 353:642-4.   (link)

  4. Laine, R, Youngdahl, K, Kennish, R, Hoppe, M, and Zhang, Z (1991). Superconducting fibers from organometallic precursors. Part II: Chemistry and low temperature processingJournal of Materials Research, 6(5):895-907.   (link)

  5. Ray, D, Laine, R, Viney, C, and Robinson, T (1991). SiO2 as a Source of Si Containing Compounds/PolymersAm. Chem. Soc. Polymer, 32(3):550.

  6. Zhang, Z, Babonneau, F, Laine, R, Mu, Y, Harrod, J, and Rahn, J (1991). Poly(methylsilane)—A High Ceramic Yield Precursor to Silicon CarbideJournal of the American Ceramic Society, 74(3):670-3.   (link)

  7. Zhang, Z, Mu, Y, Babonneau, F, Laine, R, Harrod, J, and Rahn, J (1991). Polymethylsilane as a Precursor to High Purity Silicon CarbideIn: Inorganic and Organometallic Oligomers and Polymers, ed. by J.F. Harrod, R.M. Laine, pp. 127-46, Dordrecht, Kluwer Publ.. IUPAC 33rd Symposium on Macromolecules.   (link)

  8. Laine, R (1990). Transition Metal Catalyzed Synthesis of Organometallic PolymersIn: Aspects of Homogeneous Catalysis, ed. by R. Ugo, vol. 7, pp. 37-63, Kluwer Academic Publ.   (link)

  9. Laine, R (1990). Chemical Processing of CeramicsIn: Sol-Gel Processing of Glasses, ed. by J. D. Mackenzie, D. R. Ulrich, pp. 16. SPIE Proc. vol 1328.

  10. Laine, R, Youngdahl, K, Babonneau, F, Harrod, J, Hoppe, M, Rahn, J, and Zhang, Z (1990). Synthesis and high temperature chemistry of methylsilsesquioxane polymers produced by titanium-catalyzed redistribution of methylhydridooligo- and -polysiloxanesChemistry of Materials, 2(4):464-72.   (link)

  11. Laine, R, Youngdahl, K, Kennish, R, Hoppe, M, Zhang, Z, and Ray, D (1990). Superconducting Fibers from Anhydrous Metal CarboxylatesIn: Better Ceramics Through Chemistry IV, ed. by B.J.J. Zelinski, C.J. Brinker, D.E. Clark, D.R. Ulrich, pp. 865. Mat. Res. Symp. Proc. Vol. 180.   (link)

  12. Aksay, I, Han, C, Kurosky, R, McElhaney, S, Pak, S, Yin, T, Yogo, T, Laine, R, and Sarikaya, M (1989). Processing and Characterization of Superconducting YBa2Cu3O7-xIn: Proc. of Japanese Electronic Materials Manufacturing Assoc.

  13. Blum, Y, Schwartz, K, and Laine, R (1989). Preceramic Polymer Pyrolysis. I. Pyrolytic Properties of PolysilazanesJ. Mat. Sci., 24:1707-17.

  14. Hirschon, A and Laine, R (1989). Catalytic hydrodenitrogenation of an SRC-II coal liquid: effect of nucleophiles and acidsFuel, 68(11):1416-21.   (link)

  15. Hirschon, A, Ackerman, L, Laine, R, and Wilson Jr., R (1989). Use of promoters to enhance hydrodenitrogenation and hydrodeoxygenation catalysisIn: Proc. of the 1989 Internat. Conf. On Coal Science, vol. 2, pp. 923.   (link)

  16. Lenhart, S, Blum, Y, and Laine, R (1989). The Corrosion Resistance of an Aluminum Alloy Coated with Polysilazane Derived CeramicsJournal of Corrosion, 45:503-16.   (link)

  17. Rahn, J, Laine, R, and Zhang, Z (1989). The Catalytic Synthesis of Inorganic Polymers for High Temperature Applications and as Ceramic PrecursorsIn: Polymer Based Molecular Composites, Mater. Res. Soc. Sym. Proc.   (link)

  18. Youngdahl, K, Rahn, J, Laine, R, Kennish, R, and Balavoine, G (1989). Structure/Reactivity Relationships of Polysilazane PreceramicsIn: Ultrastructure Processing of Advanced Materials, ed. by D.R. Uhlmann, pp. 681-6. Proc. Int. Conf. Ultrastruct. Process. Ceram., Glasses, Compos.   (link)

  19. Aksay, I, Han, C, Kurosky, R, McElhaney, S, Pak, S, Yin, T, Yogo, T, Laine, R, and Sarikaya, M (1988). Synthesis and Colloidal Processing of Superconducting YBa2Cu3O7-xIn: 2nd Int'l. SAMPE Electronics Conference, ed. by J.T. Hoggatt, W. Jensen, M. Kushner, S. McCullough, vol. 2, pp. 189-98.

  20. Biran, C, Blum, Y, Glaser, R, Tse, D, Youngdahl, K, and Laine, R (1988). Catalytic Synthesis of Oligosila-zanes. 2Journal of Molecular Catalysis, 48(2-3):183-97.   (link)

  21. Chow, A, Hamlin, R, Blum, Y, and Laine, R (1988). Polymerization Kinetics of Polysilazane by Transition Metal Catalyzed Dehydrocoupling ReactionJ. Polym. Sci. Part C: Polym. Lett., 26:103-8.   (link)

  22. Hirschon, A and Laine, R (1988). Bulk ruthenium as an HDN catalystEnergy and Fuels, 2(3):292-5.   (link)

  23. Hirschon, A, Wilson Jr., R, and Laine, R (1988). New Approaches to Enhance Hydrodenitrogenation of Coal LiquidsIn: Advances in Coal Chemistry, ed. by N. P. Vasilabos, pp. 351, Theophrastus Publications.   (link)

  24. Laine, R (1988). Transition Metal Catalyzed Synthesis of Oligo- and Polysilazanes and Their Use as Precursors to Silicon Nitride Containing Ceramic MaterialsPlatinum Metals Review, 32:64-71.   (link)

  25. Laine, R and Crawford, E (1988). Homogeneous catalysis of the water-gas shift reactionJournal of Molecular Catalysis, 44(3):357-87.   (link)

  26. Laine, R and Hirschon, A (1988). The Pyrolytic Transformation of Organometallic Compounds into Refractory Metals: Tungsten and Molybdenum CarbidesIn: Transformation of Organometallics into Common and Exotic Materials: Design and Activation, ed. by R.M. Laine, pp. 21-31, NATO ASI Ser. E: Appl. Sci.-No. 141, Amsterdam, Kluwer Publ.   (link)

  27. Laine, R, Blum, Y, Hamlin, R, and Chow, A (1988). Organometallic Polymers as Precursors to Ceramic Materials: Silicon Nitride and Silicon OxynitrideIn: Ultrastructure Processing of Ceramics, Glasses and Composites II, ed. by D.J Mackenzie, D.R. Ulrich, pp. 756-61.   (link)

  28. Laine, R, Blum, Y, Tse, D, and Glaser, R (1988). Synthetic Routes to Oligosilazanes and Polysilazanes. Polysilazane Precursors to Silicon NitrideIn: Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers, ed. by K. Wynne, M. Zeldin, H. Allcock, chap. 10, pp. 124-42. Am. Chem. Soc. Symp. Ser. Vol. 360.   (link)

  29. Laine, R, Youngdahl, K, Carty, W, Stangle, G, Han, C, Kennish, R, McElhaney, S, Yin, T, Yogo, T, and Sarikaya, M (1988). Fabrication of high-Tc ceramic superconducting fibers from organometallic precursorsIn: Amer. Cer. Soc. Sym. on Superconductivity, pp. 450-63.   (link)

  30. Youngdahl, K, Laine, R, Kennish, R, Cronin, T, and Balavoine, G (1988). New Catalytic Routes to Preceramic Polymers: Ceramic Precursors to Silicon Nitride and Silicon-Carbide NitrideIn: Better Ceramics Through Chemistry III, ed. by C.J. Brinker, D.E. Clark, D.R. Ulrich, pp. 489-95, Mat. Res. Symp. Proc.   (link)

  31. Hirschon, A, Wilson Jr., R, and Laine, R (1987). Ruthenium promoted hydrodenitrogenation catalystsApplied Catalysis, 34:311-6.   (link)

  32. Hirschon, A, Wilson Jr., R, and Laine, R (1987). Modeling the Hydrodenitrogenation Reaction Using Homogeneous Catalyst Model SystemsNew J. Chem., 11:543-7.

  33. Blum, Y and Laine, R (1986). Catalytic methods for the synthesis of oligosilazanesOrganometallics, 5(10):2081-6.   (link)

  34. Blum, Y, Laine, R, Schwartz, K, Rowcliffe, D, Bening, R, and Cotts, D (1986). A New Catalytic Method for Producing Preceramic PolysilazanesIn: Better Ceramics Through Chemistry II, ed. by C. J. Brinker, D. E. Clark, D. R. Ulrich, pp. 389, Mat. Res. Symp. Proc. Vol. 73.   (link)

  35. Hirschon, A, Wilson Jr., R, and Laine, R (1986). New catalysts for hydrotreating coal liquidsAm. Chem. Soc. Div. Fuel. Prepr., 31:310-7.   (link)

  36. Laine, R and Hirschon, A (1986). The Pyrolysis of a Tungsten Alkyne Complex as a Low Temperature Route to Tungsten CarbideIn: Better Ceramics Through Chemistry II, ed. by C.J. Brinker, D.E. Clark, D.R. Ulrich, pp. 373-82, Mat. Res. Symp. Proc.   (link)

  37. Schwartz, K, Rowcliffe, D, Blum, Y, and Laine, R (1986). Thermal Conversion of Preceramic Polysilazanes to Si3N4: Characterization of Pyrolysis ProductsIn: Better Ceramics Through Chemistry II, ed. by C. J. Brinker, D. E. Clark, and D. R. Ulrich, pp. 407-12, Mat. Res. Symp. Proc. Vol. 73.   (link)

  38. Shvo, Y, Abed, M, Blum, Y, and Laine, R (1986). Homogeneous Catalytic Cleavage of Saturated Carbon‐Nitrogen BondsIsrael Journal of Chemistry, 27(3):267-75.   (link)

  39. Eisenstadt, A, Fredericks, M, and Hirschon, A (1985). The Interactions of Quinoline and Tetrahydroquinoline with Catalysts. Modeling Heterogeneous Catalysts with Homogeneous CatalystsIn: Catalysis of Organic Reactions, ed. by R.L. Augustine, pp. 73-80.

  40. Eisenstadt, A, Giandomenico, C, Frederick, M, and Laine, R (1985). Potential models of the interactions between nitrogen-containing heterocycles and the active catalyst sites in heterogeneous hydrodenitrogenation catalystsOrganometallics, 4(11):2033-9.   (link)

  41. Hirschon, A and Laine, R (1985). Chemistry of hydrogen sulphide under coal liquefaction conditions: 2. Synergistic effects of H2S and the mixed solvent system tetralin and tetrahydroquinoline on liquefaction of a moderately reactive coalFuel, 64(7):911-5.   (link)

  42. Hirschon, A and Laine, R (1985). Catalytic hydrodenitrogenation of an SRC-II coal liquid: Effect of hydrogen sulphideFuel, 64(6):868-70.   (link)

  43. Hirschon, A, Sundback, K, and Laine, R (1985). Chemistry of hydrogen sulphide under coal liquefaction conditions: 1. Modelling hydrogen transfer catalysisFuel, 64(6):772-5.   (link)

  44. Ross, D, Laine, R, Green, T, Hirschon, A, and Hum, G (1985). Regular coal structure and conversion severityFuel, 64(9):1323-5.   (link)

  45. Thewissen, D, Timmer, K, Noltes, J, Marsman, J, and Laine, R (1985). Synthesis of α,ω-bis(diphenylphosphino)alkane and α,ω-bis(diphenylphosphino)(poly)ether ligands and complexes of rhodium(I)Inorganica Chimica Acta, 97(2):143-50.   (link)

  46. Wilson Jr., R and Laine, R (1985). Transalkylation reaction. Homogeneous catalytic formation of carbon-nitrogen bondsJ. Am. Chem. Soc., 107(2):361-9.   (link)

  47. Kenley, R, Fleming, R, Laine, R, Tse, D, and Winterle, J (1984). Cobalt(III) complex catalyzed hydrolysis of phosphorus estersInorganic Chemistry, 23(13):1870-6.   (link)

  48. Laine, R and Wilson Jr., R (1984). Recent Developments in the Homogeneous Catalysis of the Water-Gas Shift ReactionIn: Aspects of Homogeneous Catalysis, ed. by R. Ugo, pp. 217.   (link)

  49. Laine, R, Cho, B, and Wilson Jr., R (1984). Homogeneous Catalytic Formation of C-N Bonds. Hydrogenation of Formamides to Methyl AminesJ. C1 Mol. Chem., 1:1-8.

  50. McEwen, A, Guttieri, M, Maier, W, Laine, R, and Shvo, Y (1984). Metallic palladium, the actual catalyst in Lindlar and Rosenmund reductions?J. Org. Chem., 48(23):4436-8.   (link)

  51. Kenley, R, Fleming, R, Howd, R, and Laine, R (1983). Bis(2,2'-(alkylimino)diethanolato)cobalt(III) chelates. Characterization of hydrolytic stability and interactions with acetylcholinesteraseInorganic Chemistry, 22(8):1247-50.   (link)

  52. Laine, R (1983). Modeling heterogeneous catalysts with homogeneous catalysts: modeling the hydrodenitrogenation reactionJournal of Molecular Catalysis, 21(1-3):119-32.   (link)

  53. Laine, R (1983). Comments on the Mechanisms of Heterogeneous Catalysis of the Hydrodenitrogenation ReactionCatalysis Reviews, 25(3):459-74.   (link)

  54. Zoeckler, M and Laine, R (1983). Homogeneous catalytic formation of carbon-nitrogen bonds. 2. Catalytic activation of the silicon-nitrogen bondJ. Org. Chem., 48(15):2539-43.   (link)

  55. Blanchard, M, Vanhove, D, Laine, R, Petit, F, and Mortreux, A (1982). Liquid-Phase Synthesis of Olefins from Methanol with Cobalt CatalystsJ. C. S. Chem. Comm.:571-3.   (link)

  56. Cho, B and Laine, R (1982). Homogeneous rhodium catalyzed hydrogenation of benzaldehyde: kinetic evidence in favor of cluster catalysisJournal of Molecular Catalysis, 15(3):383-9.   (link)

  57. Laine, R (1982). Criteria for identifying transition metal cluster-catalyzed reactionsJournal of Molecular Catalysis, 14(2):137-69.   (link)

  58. Laine, R, Thomas, D, and Cary, L (1982). Modeling heterogeneous catalysts with homogeneous catalysts. 2. Modeling catalytic hydrodenitrogenationJournal of the American Chemical Society, 104(6):1763-5.   (link)

  59. Shvo, Y, Thomas, D, and Laine, R (1981). Modeling Heterogeneous Catalysts with Homogeneous Catalysts. Comparison of Catalytic Exchange of Deuterium for Hydrogen at the a and b positions of Tertiary Amines Using either Palladium Black or Ru3(CO)12Journal of the American Chemical Society, 103(9):2461-3.   (link)

  60. Smith, G and Laine, R (1981). Organometallic bond dissociation energies. Laser pyrolysis of pentacarbonylironJ. Phys. Chem., 85(12):1620-2.   (link)

  61. Thomson, W and Laine, R (1981). Homogeneous Catalytic Reduction of Benzaldehyde with CO and H2O. Applications of the Water-Gas Shift Reaction.In: Catalytic Activation of Carbon Monoxide, chap. 9, pp. 133-45, ACS Symposium Series, Vol. 152.   (link)

  62. Laine, R (1980). Criteria for Identifying Homogeneous Transition Metal Cluster Catalyzed ReactionsAm. Chem. Soc. Petrol. Div. Preprts., 25:704.

  63. Laine, R (1980). Photochemical Synthesis of h4-Cyclooctatetraene Tungsten TetracarbonylTrans. Met. Chem., 5:158-60.

  64. Laine, R (1980). Catalysis of the aminomethylation reaction. Enhanced catalytic activity with mixed-metal catalysts. Applications of the water-gas shift reaction. 5J. Org. Chem., 45(16):3370-2.   (link)

  65. Shvo, Y and Laine, R (1980). Homogeneous catalytic activation of C–N bonds. Alkyl exchange between tertiary aminesJ. Chem. Soc. Chem. Comm.:753-4.   (link)

  66. Laine, R (1979). Further Studies on Hydroformylation and Hydrohydroxymethylation with CO and H2O. Applications of the Water-Gas Shift Reaction. 3Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 333(1):124-40.   (link)

  67. Laine, R, Thomas, D, and Cary, L (1979). Catalytic reactions of pyridine with carbon monoxide and water. Reduction of carbon monoxide to hydrocarbon. Applications of the water-gas shift reactionJ. Org. Chem., 44(26):4964-6.   (link)

  68. Laine, R (1978). Applications of the water-gas shift reaction. Hydroformylation and hydrohydroxymethylation with carbon monoxide and waterJ. Am. Chem. Soc., 100(20):6451-4.   (link)

  69. Laine, R, Thomas, D, Cary, L, and Buttrill, S (1978). Applications of the water--gas shift reaction. II. Catalytic exchange of deuterium for hydrogen at saturated carbonJ. Am. Chem. Soc., 100(20):6527-8.   (link)

  70. Ungermann, C, Rinker, R, Ford, P, Landis, V, Moya, S, and Laine, R (1978). Homogeneous catalysis of the water gas shift reaction by mixed-metal (iron/ruthenium) catalystsJ. Am. Chem. Soc., 100(14):4595-7.   (link)

  71. Laine, R and Ford, P (1977). Reactivity of Metal Radicals Generated Photochemically. Effects of Solvent and Trapping Agent Concentrations on Quantum Yields for Photolysis of Hexacarbonylbis(π-Cyclopentadienyl)ditungsten (I)Inorg. Chem., 16(2):388-91.   (link)

  72. Laine, R and Ford, P (1977). Reactions of (π-C5H5)W(CO)3H with dimethylacetylenedicarboxylate. Formation of dinuclear and metal hydride insertion productsOrganometallic Chemistry, 124(1):29-35.   (link)

  73. Laine, R, Rinker, R, and Ford, P (1977). Homogeneous catalysis by ruthenium carbonyl in alkaline solution: the water gas shift reactionJ. Am. Chem. Soc., 99(1):252-3.   (link)

  74. Hansma, P, Kaska, W, and Laine, R (1976). Inelastic electron tunneling spectroscopy of carbon monoxide chemisorbed on alumina-supported transition metalsJ. Am. Chem. Soc., 98(19):6064-5.   (link)

  75. Neilan, J, Laine, R, Cortese, N, and Heck, R (1976). Monoterpene syntheses via a palladium catalyzed isoprene dimerizationJ. Org. Chem., 41(21):3455-60.   (link)

  76. Dieck, H, Laine, R, and Heck, R (1975). Low-pressure, palladium-catalyzed N,N'-diarylurea synthesis from nitro compounds, amines, and carbon monoxideJ. Org. Chem., 40(19):2819-22.   (link)

  77. Bau, R, Burt, J, Knox, S, Laine, R, Phillips, R, and Stone, F (1973). Reaction of cycloheptatriene with ruthenium carbonyl: X-ray crystallographic determination of the molecular structure of Ru3(CO)6(C7H7)(C7H9)J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Comm.:726-7.   (link)

  78. Laine, R, Moriarty, R, and Bau, R (1972). Molecular structure of tris(diphenylacetylene)tungsten monocarbonylJ. Am. Chem. Soc., 94(4):1402-4.   (link)

  79. Weber, W and Laine, R (1970). 4,4-dimethylsilacyclohexadien-1-oneTetrahedron Letters, 11(48):4169-72.   (link)