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1.         “Synthetic Pathways in Binuclear Molybdenum Chemistry:  m-Acetato, Chloro, and Tertiary Phosphine Derivatives; X-ray Structure Determination of trans-[MoCl(PBun3)(m-O2CMe)]2.”  Malcolm L. H. Green, Gerard Parkin, Jim Bashkin, John Fail and Keith Prout J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 1982, 2519-2525.

2.         “Trimethylphosphine-tungsten Chemistry: Hydrido, Silyl, Fluoro, Hydroxy and Aquo Derivatives; Crystal structure of [W(PMe3)4H2(OH2)F]F.” Malcolm L. H. Green, Gerard Parkin, Chen Mingqin and Keith Prout J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1984, 1400-1402.

3.         “Formation of (h‑Cyclopentadienyl)pentahydrido(trimethylphosphino)-tungsten from Cyclopentane, Trimethylphosphine and Tungsten atoms.”  Malcolm L. H. Green and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1984, 1467-1468.

4.         “Formation of an h2-Formaldehyde compound from Methanol and its Hydrogenation giving Methanol.”  Malcolm L. H. Green, Gerard Parkin, Kelly J. Moynihan and Keith Prout J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1984, 1540.

5.         “Synthetic Use of Lithium Nitride, an Unusual Reducing agent.  Formation of Ti4 and Ti6 Complexes.”  Melvyn Kilner, Gerard Parkin and Andrew G. Talbot J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1985, 34-35.

6.         “Formation of (h-Benzene) or (h-Cyclohexa-1,3-diene) Compounds of Chromium, Tungsten and Rhenium from Cyclohexane and the Metal atoms.”  Malcolm L. H. Green, Dermot O'Hare and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1985, 356-357.

7.         “h-Arene and h-Cyclohexadiene Tungsten Chemistry:  New Synthetic Routes to Tertiaryphosphine-Hydride Derivatives.”  Malcolm L. H. Green and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1985, 771-773.

8.         “The Synthesis of Electron-rich h-Cyclopentadienyl Trimethylphosphine Complexes of Tungsten.”  Malcolm L. H. Green and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1985, 1383-1384.

9.         “Tertiary Phosphine Complexes of Tungsten.”  Gerard Parkin Reviews in Inorganic Chemistry 1985, 7, 251-297.

10.      “Ethylene Insertion into the W-C bond of the h2-Formaldehyde Ligand System of W(PMe3)4(h2‑CH2O)H2 giving the Oxometallacyclopentane Derivative W(OCH2CH2CH2)(PMe3)2(C2H4)2 and Related Studies.”  Malcolm L. H. Green and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1986, 90-91.

11.      “The reaction of [W(PMe3)4(h2-CH2PMe2)H] with Carbon Dioxide and Dihydrogen: Characterization of [{W(PMe3)3H2(h1-PMe2CH2)}2(C3H2O6)] using Two-dimensional Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy.”  Malcolm L. H. Green, Gerard Parkin, Dermot O'Hare, Luet-Lok Wong and Andrew E. Derome J. Organomet. Chem. 1986, 317, 61-68.

12.      “Lithium Nitride Reduction of Cp2TiCl2 and CpTiCl3: The Synthesis of (Cp2TiCl)2, (CpTiCl2)n, Cp2Ti(CO)2 and Chloro-Ti4 and Nitrido-Ti6 Complexes.”  Melvyn Kilner and Gerard Parkin J. Organomet. Chem. 1986, 302, 181-191.

13.      “The Chemistry of [W(PMe3)4(h2-CH2PMe2)H]:  Synthesis of Hydroxy-hydrido, Fluoro-hydrido and Silyl-hydrido complexes and the Dimerisation of Ethylene and Propylene giving h4-Diene Derivatives.”  Mingqin Chen, Malcolm L. H. Green, Gerard Parkin and Keith Prout J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 1986, 2227-2236.

14.      “Synthesis of (h-Cyclopentadienyl)(trimethylphosphine)tungsten Derivatives and Related Chemistry.”  Malcolm L. H. Green and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 1987, 1611-1618.

15.      “Alpha-and Beta-Migratory Insertion and Elimination Processes for Alkyl Complexes of Permethylscandocene and Permethyltantalocene.”  Gerard Parkin, Emilio Bunel, Barbara J. Burger, Mark. S. Trimmer, Allan van Asselt and John E. Bercaw J. Mol. Catalysis 1987, 41, 21-39.

16.      “Structure of (Pentamethylcyclopentadienyl)(pentamethyl-cyclopentadienyloxy)dioxotungsten(VI), (h5‑C5Me5)W(=O)2(OC5Me5).  Structural Evidence for the Strong trans influence of the Oxo Ligand.”  Gerard Parkin, Richard E. Marsh, William P. Schaefer and John E. Bercaw Inorg. Chem. 1988, 27, 3262-3264.

17.      “Halide, Hydride, Alkyl, Oxo and Related Derivatives of Bis(pentamethylcyclopentadienyl)tungsten(IV).”  Gerard Parkin and John E. Bercaw Polyhedron 1988, 7, 2053-2082.

18.      “(h5-C5Me5)2W=O:  An Exceptionally Reactive Organometallic Oxo Derivative. Reduction with H2 and Reaction with O2 Resulting in Insertion of Oxygen into a Tungsten-Carbon Bond.”  Gerard Parkin and John E. Bercaw J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1989, 111, 391-393.

19.      “Direct Protonation of the W-H Bonds of Bis(pentamethylcyclopentadienyl)tungsten Dihydride.”  Gerard Parkin and John E. Bercaw J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1989, 255-257.

20.      “Elimination Processes for Alkyl, Hydride, and Hydroxy Derivatives of Permethyltungstenocene."  Gerard Parkin and John E. Bercaw Organometallics  1989, 8, 1172-1179.

21.      Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Magnesium and Aluminum Alkyl Derivatives: Alkyl Exchange with Methyl Iodide and Enolate Formation with Acetone.”  Runyu Han, Adrian Looney and Gerard Parkin J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 1989, 111, 7276-7278.

22.      “Poly(pyrazolyl)hydroborato and Poly(pyrazolyl)methane Aluminum Alkyl Derivatives.”  Adrian Looney and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 1990, 9, 265-276.

23.      Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Zinc Alkyl Derivatives:  Direct Comparison of the Reactivity of Zn–C and Mg–C Bonds.”  Ian B. Gorrell, Adrian Looney and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.  1990, 220-222.

24.      “Insertion of O2 into the Mg–C Bonds of the Alkyl Derivatives {h3‑HB(3‑Butpz)3}MgR (R = CH3, CH2CH3, CH(CH3)2, C(CH3)3):  Formation of Alkylperoxo Derivatives and Oxygen Atom Transfer.”  Runyu Han and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1990, 112, 3662-3663.

25.      “{Bis(3‑tert‑Butylpyrazolyl)hydroborato}zinc Alkyl Derivatives:  Competitive Reactivity of Zn–C and B–H Bonds.”  Ian B. Gorrell, Adrian Looney, Gerard Parkin and Arnold L. Rheingold J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1990, 112, 4068-4069.

26.      Tris(3-t-butylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Manganese, Iron, Cobalt and Nickel Halide Derivatives:  Facile Abstraction of Fluoride from [BF4].”  Ian B. Gorrell and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1990, 29, 2452-2456.

27.      “Hexakis(trimethylphosphine)tungsten(0):  Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity.”  Daniel Rabinovich and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1990, 112, 5381-5383.

28.      “Competitive Alkyl and Halide Metathesis in the Reactions of Grignard Reagents with Tl{h3‑HB(3‑Butpz)3}.”  Runyu Han, Max Bachrach and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 1990, 9, 1775-1778.

29.      “Ligand Redistribution Reactions of Tris(3,5‑dimethylpyrazolyl)hydroboratomagnesium Alkyl Derivatives:  Crystal Structure of {h3‑HB(3,5‑Me2pz)3}2Mg."  Runyu Han and Gerard Parkin J. Organomet. Chem. 1990, 393, C43-C46.

30.      “Reaction of O2 with {h3‑HB(3‑Butpz)3}MgCH2Si(CH3)3:  Facile Si‑C Bond Cleavage and Formation of {h3‑HB(3‑Butpz)3}MgOSi(CH3)3."  Runyu Han and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 1990, 9, 2655-2657.

31.      “Competitive sp3 and sp2 C‑H Bond Activation of Phenols by W(PMe3)6 and W(PMe3)4(h2‑CH2PMe2)H:  Formation of Four and Five-Membered Oxametallacycles.”  Daniel Rabinovich, Ross Zelman and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1990, 112, 9632-9633.

32.      “Synthesis and Reactivity of Permethyltantalocene Derivatives Possessing h3‑Allyl, h2‑Butadiene, h2‑Methylallene and h1‑Alkenylidene Ligands.  Model Studies for the Role of Surface Vinylidenes in the Fischer‑Tropsch Hydrocarbon‑Chain‑Lengthening Process.”  Vernon C. Gibson, Gerard Parkin and John E. Bercaw Organometallics 1991, 10, 220-231.

33.      “A Re‑Investigation of the Molecular Structures of cis‑mer‑MoOCl2(PR3)3:  Do Bond‑Stretch Isomers Really Exist?”  Keum Yoon, Gerard Parkin and Arnold L. Rheingold J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1991, 113, 1437-1438.

34.      Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Magnesium Alkyl Derivatives:  Synthetic and Structural Studies.”  Runyu Han and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 1991, 10, 1010-1020.

35.      Tris(3‑t‑butylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Zinc Hydride:  Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of a Monomeric Zinc Hydride Derivative.”  Runyu Han, Ian B. Gorrell, Adrian G. Looney and Gerard Parkin  J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun. 1991, 717-719.

36.      “Anion Coordination by Protonated Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Derivatives:  The Crystal Structure of the Host‑Guest Complex [{h3‑HB(3‑ButpzH)3}Cl][AlCl4]."  Adrian Looney, Gerard Parkin and Arnold L. Rheingold Inorg. Chem. 1991, 30, 3099-3101.

37.      “The Syntheses, Structures, and Reactivity of Monomeric Tungsten(IV) and Tungsten(VI) Bis(sulfido) Complexes:  Facile Elimination of H2 from H2S.”  Daniel Rabinovich and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1991, 113, 5904-5905.

38.      “A Mononuclear Zinc Hydroxide Complex Stabilized by a Highly Substituted Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligand:  Analogies with the Enzyme Carbonic Anhydrase.”  Ralf Alsfasser, Swiatoslaw Trofimenko, Adrian Looney, Gerard Parkin and Heinrich Vahrenkamp Inorg. Chem. 1991, 30, 4098-4100.

39.      “Artificial Manipulation of Apparent Bond Lengths as Determined by Single Crystal X‑ray Diffraction.”  Keum Yoon and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1991, 113, 8414-8418.

40.      “The Synthesis and Structure of W(PMe3)4(Te)2:  The First Transition Metal Complex With a Terminal Tellurido Ligand.”  Daniel Rabinovich and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1991, 113, 9421-9422.

41.      “Unidentate versus Bidentate Coordination of Nitrate Ligands:  Relevance to Carbonic Anhydrase Activity.”  Runyu Han and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1991, 113, 9707-9708.

42.      “Coordination Geometry of Gaseous Hexamethyltungsten:  Not Octahedral.”  Runyu Han and Gerard Parkin Chemtracts: Inorganic Chemistry 1991, 3, 12-15.

43.      “Disilene Complexes of Molybdenum and Tungsten.  Structure and Reactivity of Cp2W(h2-Me2Si=CH2), a Tungsten Silene Complex.”  Daniel Rabinovich and Gerard Parkin Chemtracts: Inorganic Chemistry 1991, 3, 70-73.

44.      “{Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato}magnesium Alkyl Derivatives: Reactivity Studies.”  Runyu Han and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1992, 114, 748-757.

45.      “Oxo‑Hydrido and Imido‑Hydrido Derivatives of Permethyltantalocene.  Structures of (h5C5Me5)2Ta(=O)H and (h5C5Me5)2Ta(=NC6H5)H:  Doubly‑ or Triply‑Bonded Tantalum Oxo and Imido Ligands?”  Gerard Parkin, Allan van Asselt, David J. Leahy, LeRoy Whinnery, Nhi G. Hua, Roger W. Quan, Lawrence M. Henling, William P. Schaefer, Bernard D. Santarsiero and John E. Bercaw Inorg. Chem. 1992, 31, 82-85.

46.      “Zinc Pyrazolylborate Complexes Relevant to the Biological Function of Carbonic Anhydrase.”  Adrian Looney, Gerard Parkin, Ralf Alsfasser, Michael Ruf and Heinrich Vahrenkamp Angew. Chem. 1992, 104, 57; Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 1992, 31, 92-93.

47.      “Bond‑Stretch Isomerism in the Complexes cis‑mer‑MoOCl2(PR3)3:  A Re‑investigation.” Keum Yoon, Gerard Parkin and Arnold L. Rheingold J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1992, 114, 2210-2218.

48.      “Origin of the Two Significantly Different W‑Cl Bond Lengths For Chemically Equivalent Bonds in mer‑WCl3(PMe2Ph)3.”  Keum Yoon, Gerard Parkin, David L. Hughes and G. Jeffery Leigh J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Transactions 1992, 769-773.

49.      Tris(3‑t‑butylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Beryllium Hydride:  Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of a Terminal Beryllium Hydride Complex.”  Runyu Han and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1992, 31, 983-988.

50.      “Synthesis and Reactivity of Zinc and Aluminium Alkyl Derivatives Stabilized by Oxygen Tripod Ligands.” Adrian Looney, Mark Cornebise, Dena Miller and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1992, 31, 989-992.

51.      “Resolved and Unresolved Crystallographic Disorder between {h3‑HB(3‑Butpz)3}ZnCN and {h3‑HB(3‑Butpz)3}ZnX (X = Cl, Br, I).”  Keum Yoon and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1992, 31, 1656-1662.

52.      “Synthetic, Structural, and Mechanistic Studies of the C‑H Bond Activation of Phenols by W(PMe3)6 and W(PMe3)4(h2‑CH2PMe2)H.”  Daniel Rabinovich, Ross Zelman and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1992, 114, 4611-4621.

53.      “Synthesis and Characterization of Thioaldehyde‑Hydride Derivatives of Permethyltantalocene.  Investigations of Their Equilibration with Thiolates and the Stereochemistry of Alkyl Migrations from Sulfur to Tantalum.”  Janet E. Nelson, Gerard Parkin and John E. Bercaw Organometallics, 1992, 11, 2181-2189.

54.      “Do Bond‑Stretch Isomers Really Exist.”  Gerard Parkin Acc. Chem. Res. 1992, 25, 455-460.

55.      Structural and Spectroscopic Studies on Four‑, Five‑ and Six‑Coordinate Complexes of Zinc, Copper, Nickel and Cobalt:  Structural Models for the Bicarbonate Intermediate of the Carbonic Anhydrase Catalytic Cycle.”  Runyu Han, Adrian Looney, Kristopher McNeill and Gerard Parkin J. Inorg. Biochem., 1993, 49, 105-121.

56.      “Synthesis, Structure, and Reactivity of {h3‑HB(3‑Butpz)3}BeCH3, a Terminal Alkyl Complex Supported by Tris(3‑tert‑butylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligation.”  Runyu Han and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1993, 32, 4968-4970.

57.      “A Mechanistic Study of the Oxidative‑Addition of H2 to W(PMe3)4I2:  Observation of an Inverse Equilibrium Isotope Effect.”  Daniel Rabinovich and Gerard Parkin  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1993, 115, 353-354.

58.      “Bond‑Stretch Isomerism in Transition Metal Complexes:  A Reevaluation of Crystallographic Data.”  Gerard Parkin Chem. Rev. 1993, 93, 887-911.

59.      “Hydrogen Bonding of H2O to The Hydroxo Ligands of Cp*2Zr(OH)2: Implications for Proton and Oxygen Exchange Processes.  The Crystal and Molecular Structure of The Hydrate Cp*2Zr(OH)2(H2O).”  William A. Howard and Gerard Parkin, Polyhedron 1993, 12, 1253-1256.

60.      “Interconversion of Hydrosulfido and Sulfido Ligands in Permethylzirconocene Complexes.”  William A. Howard and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 1993, 12, 2363-2366.

61.      “Terminal Zirconium Oxo Complexes:  Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of (h5‑C5Me4R)2Zr(O)(NC5H5).”  William A. Howard, Marcey Waters, and Gerard Parkin, J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1993, 115, 4917-4918.

62.      Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Zinc Hydroxide Complexes as Functional Models For Carbonic Anhydrase:  On the Nature of the Bicarbonate Intermediate.”  Adrian Looney, Runyu Han, Kristopher McNeill, and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1993, 115, 4690-4697.

63.      “The Synthesis of [HB[3,5‑(Butph)2pz]3] (Butph = p‑C6H4But), A New Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato  Ligand:  The Crystal and Molecular structure of Tl{h3‑HB[3,5‑(Butph)2pz]3}.”  Emanuela Libertini, Keum Yoon and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 1993, 12, 2539-2542.

64.      “Isocyanide‑Induced Coupling of Terminal Tellurido Ligands:  The Synthesis and Structure of W(PMe3)(CNBut)4(h2Te2).” Daniel Rabinovich and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1993, 115, 9822-9823.

65.      “Synthesis and Characterization of (h5‑C5Me5)2TaCl(THF), a useful Synthetic Precursor for the Preparation of Oxo, Imido and Methylidene Derivatives of Permethyltantalocene.”  David M. Antonelli, William P. Schaefer, Gerard Parkin and John E. Bercaw, J. Organomet. Chem. 1993, 462, 213-220.

66.      “Terminal Oxo, Sulfido, Selenido and Tellurido Complexes of Zirconium, (h5‑C5Me4R)2Zr(E)(NC5H5):  Comparison of Terminal Zr–E Single and Zr=E Double Bond Lengths.”  William A. Howard and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1994, 116, 606-615.

67.      Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Complexes of Cadmium:  A Bidentate Nitrate Derivative and Its Relevance to Carbonic Anhydrase Activity.”  A. Looney, A. Saleh, Y. Zhang, and G. Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1994, 33, 1158-1164.

68.      “Molecular Structure of {h3‑HB(pz)3}ZnNO3:  Comparison between Theory and Experiment in a Model Carbonic Anhydrase System.”  A. Looney and G. Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1994, 33, 1234-1237.

69.      “Syntheses, Structures, and Reactivities of Terminal Selenido Complexes of Tungsten.”  Daniel Rabinovich and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1994, 33, 2313-2314.

70.      “The Syntheses, Structures, and Reactivity of Some Mononuclear Pentamethylcyclopentadienyl Molybdenum Complexes.”  Jun Ho Shin and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 1994, 13, 1489-1493.

71.      “Telluroformaldehyde, Tellurido, and Ditellurido Derivatives of Permethyltantalocene.”  Jun Ho Shin and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 1994, 13, 2147-2149.

72.      “Multiple Bonds Between Hafnium and the Chalcogens;  Syntheses and Structures of the Terminal Chalcogenido Complexes (h5‑C5Me4R)2Hf(E)(NC5H5) (E = O, S, Se, Te).”  William A. Howard and Gerard Parkin J. Organomet. Chem.  1994, 472, C1‑C4.

73.      “Multiple Bonding Between Germanium and the Chalcogens:  The Syntheses and Structures of the Terminal Chalcogenido Complexes (h4‑Me8taa)GeE (E = S, Se, Te).”  Matthew C. Kuchta and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.  1994, 1351-1352.

74.      “Bond‑Stretch Isomers and Spin‑State Isomers:  A Comment on the Article ‘Bond‑Stretch Isomers:  Fact not Fiction’.”  Gerard Parkin and Roald Hoffmann, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl. 1994, 33, 1462.

75.      “Terminal Sulfido and Selenido Complexes of Tin: The Syntheses and Structures of [h4‑Me8taa]SnE (E = S, Se).  Matthew C. Kuchta and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1994, 116, 8372-8373.

76.      “Cadmium:  Organometallic Chemistry.”  Gerard Parkin in Encyclopedia of Inorganic Chemistry, Vol 1., 469-477; R. Bruce King (Editor‑in‑Chief), Wiley, New York (1994).

77.      “Zinc:  Organometallic Chemistry.”  Gerard Parkin in Encyclopedia of Inorganic Chemistry, Vol 8., 4451-4467; R. Bruce King (Editor‑in‑Chief), Wiley, New York (1994).

78.      “Non‑Classical Carbonyl Complexes of Zirconium:  The Syntheses, Characterization, and Reactivities of (h5‑C5Me5)2Zr(h2‑E2)(CO) (E = S, Se, Te).”  William A. Howard, Gerard Parkin and Arnold L. Rheingold, Polyhedron 1995, 14, 25-44.

79.      “The Tris[3‑(9‑anthryl)pyrazol‑1‑yl]hydroborato Ligand, [TpAnt]:  Compositional Disorder Between a Vacancy and a Chain of Three atoms.”  Runyu Han, Gerard Parkin and S. Trofimenko, Polyhedron 1995, 14, 387-391.

80.      “Selenium Complexes of Permethyltantalocene:  Interesting Contrasts with Their Tellurium Analogues.”  Jun Ho Shin and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 1995, 14, 1104-1106.

81.      Tris(3‑t‑butyl‑5‑methylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Derivatives of Copper and Thallium:  The Structural Influence of a 5‑Methyl Substituent.”  Keum Yoon and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 1995, 14, 811-821.

82.      “Monomeric Alkyl and Hydride Derivatives of Zinc Supported by Poly(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligation:  Synthetic, Structural, and Reactivity Studies.”  Adrian Looney, Runyu Han, Ian B. Gorrell, Mark Cornebise, Keum Yoon, Gerard Parkin and Arnold L. Rheingold, Organometallics 1995, 14, 274-288.

83.      “Syntheses of Mo(PMe3)6 and trans‑Mo(PMe3)4(E)2 (E = S, Se, Te):  The First Series of Terminal Sulfido, Selenido, and Tellurido Complexes of Molybdenum.”  Vincent J. Murphy and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1995, 117, 3522-3528.

84.      “Oxidative Cleavage of the Te–Te Bond in h2‑Ditellurido Complexes:  Syntheses and Structures of M(PMe3)4(h2‑Te2)H2 (M = Mo, W).”  Vincent J. Murphy, Daniel Rabinovich, Shannon Halkyard, and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.  1995, 1099-1100.

85.      “The Synthesis and Structural Characterization of the Sterically Demanding Tris(3,5‑di‑t‑butylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligand, [TpBut2]:  A Highly Twisted, Propeller‑Like, Ligand System.”  Conor M. Dowling, Douglas Leslie, Malcolm H. Chisholm, and Gerard Parkin Main Group Chemistry 1995, 1, 29-52.

86.      “Synthesis and Structure of (h5‑C5Me5)2Zr(Se)(CO), a Nonclassical d0 Zirconium Carbonyl Complex.”  William A. Howard, Tina M. Trnka, and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 1995, 14, 4037-4039.

87.      “The Synthesis and Structure of {[PimPri,But]ZnOH}(ClO4):  A Tris(imidazolyl)phosphine Zinc Hydroxide Complex and a Proposed Structural Model For Carbonic Anhydrase.”  Clare Kimblin, William E. Allen, and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.  1995, 1813-1815.

88.      “False Minima and the Perils of a Polar Axis in X‑ray Structure Solutions:  The Molecular Structures of W(PMe3)4H2X2 (X = F, Cl, Br) and W(PMe3)4H2F2(H2O).”  Vincent J. Murphy, Daniel Rabinovich and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1995, 117, 9762-9763.

89.      “Alkyl, Hydride, and Hydroxide Derivatives of the s‑ and p‑Block Elements Supported by Poly(pyrazolyl)borato Ligation:  Models for Carbonic Anhydrase, Receptors for Anions, and the Study of Controlled Crystallographic Disorder.”  Gerard Parkin Adv. Inorg. Chem. 1995, 42, 291-393.

90.      “Syntheses of the Phenylchalcogenolate Complexes (h5‑C5Me5)2Zr(EPh)2 (E = O, S, Se, Te) and (h5‑C5Me5)2Zr(OPh)2:  Structural Comparisons within a Series of Complexes Containing Zirconium‑Chalcogen Single Bonds.”  William, A. Howard, Tina M. Trnka, and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1995, 34, 5900-5909.

91.      “Terminal Sulfido, Selenido, and Tellurido Complexes of Tungsten.”  Daniel Rabinovich and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1995, 34, 6341-6361.

92.      “Multiple Bonding to Indium:  The Synthesis and Structure of [TpBut2]InSe, a Terminal Selenido Complex Supported by Tris(3,5‑di‑t‑butylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligation.”  Matthew C. Kuchta and Gerard Parkin  J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1995, 117, 12651-12652.

93.      “The Synthesis and Structure of [TpBut2]In, A Highly Twisted Tris(3,5‑di‑t‑butylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Indium(I) Complex:  Comparison with the Re‑evaluated Ordered Structure of [TpBut]In.”  Matthew C. Kuchta, H. V. Rasika Dias, Simon G. Bott, and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1996, 35, 943-948.

94.      Tris(imidazolyl)phosphine Cobalt Complexes:  Structural Comparisons with Isoelectronic Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Analogues.”  Clare Kimblin, Vincent J. Murphy, and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.  1996, 235-236.

95.      “The Synthesis and Structure of A Magnesium Hydroxide Complex Supported by Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligation, {[TpAr,Me]Mg(m-OH)}2 (Ar = p‑ButC6H4).”  Prasenjit Ghosh and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1996, 35, 1429-1430.

96.      Bis(pyrazolylethyl) Ether Ligation to Zinc and Cobalt:  Meridional versus Facial Coordination and the Suitability of Such Ligands in Providing a NNO donor Set for Modeling Bioinorganic Aspects of Zinc Chemistry.”  Conor Dowling, Vincent J. Murphy, and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1996, 35, 2415-2420.

97.      “Elaboration of the Bis(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligand [BpBut,Pri] into the NNO Donor Ligand, [(MeO)BpBut,Pri]:  Structural Characterization of a Complex in which the [(MeO)BpBut,Pri] Ligand Models the Binding of Zinc to the Peptide Backbone in Thermolysin.”  Conor Dowling and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 1996, 15, 2463-2465.

98.      “Oxidative‑Addition Reactions of a Monomeric Indium(I) Complex Supported by Tris(3,5‑di‑t‑butylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligation, [TpBut2]In:  The Syntheses and Structures of [TpBut2]InI2 and [TpBut2]In(h2‑S4).”  Matthew C. Kuchta and Gerard Parkin Main Group Chemistry 1996, 1, 291-295.

99.      “The Synthesis and Structure of Tris[2‑(1,4‑diisopropylimidazolyl)]phosphine Zinc Nitrate, [PimPri2]Zn(NO3)2:  Structural Consequences of t‑Butyl versus Isopropyl Substitution in Tris(imidazolyl)phosphine Zinc Complexes.”  Clare Kimblin, William E. Allen, and Gerard Parkin Main Group Chemistry 1996, 1, 297-300.

100.    “Effect of Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligation.”  Gerard Parkin in Handbook of Grignard Reagents, G. S. Silverman and P. E. Rakita (eds), Marcel Dekker, New York, 1996.

101.    “Terminal Hydrochalcogenido and Bridging Selenido Derivatives of Magnesium Supported by Tris(3‑p‑tolylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligation:  The Syntheses and Structures of [Tpp‑Tol]MgEH (E = S and Se) and {[Tpp‑Tol]Mg}2Se.” Prasenjit Ghosh and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.  1996, 1239-1240.

102.    “Comparison of the Reactivity of Germanium and Tin Terminal Chalcogenido Complexes:  The Syntheses of Chalcogenolate and Dichalcogenidostannacyclopentane Derivatives.”  Matthew C. Kuchta and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.  1996, 1669-1670.

103.    “Hydrogen Bonding to Transition Metal Fluoride Ligands:  The Synthesis and Structure of the Bifluoride Complex Mo(PMe3)4H2F(FHF).” Vincent J. Murphy, Tony Hascall, Johnny Y. Chen and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1996, 118, 7428-7429.

104.    “Reversible C–H Bond Activation in Coordinatively Unsaturated Molybdenum Aryloxy Complexes, Mo(PMe3)4(OAr)H:  Comparison with their Tungsten Analogs.”  Tony Hascall, Vincent J. Murphy, and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 1996, 15, 3910-3912.

105.    “Oxidative‑Addition to a Four‑Coordinate Tin(II) Complex Supported by Octamethyldibenzotetraaza[14]annulene Dianion Ligation, [h4‑Me8taa]Sn:  The Syntheses and Structures of [h4‑Me8taa]SnI2 and {[h4‑Me8taa]SnI(THF)}{I3}.”  Matthew C. Kuchta and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron, 1996, 15, 4599-4602.

106.    “A Monovalent Gallium Complex Supported by Tris(3,5‑di‑t‑butylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligation:  The Syntheses and Structures of [TpBut2]Ga and its GaI3 Adduct, [TpBut2]Ga®GaI3.”  Matthew C. Kuchta, Jeffrey B. Bonanno, and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1996, 118, 10914-10915.

107.    “Comparison of Zinc and Cadmium Coordination Environments in Synthetic Analogues of Carbonic Anhydrase:  The Synthesis and Structure of {[PimPri,But]Cd(OH2)(OClO3)}(ClO4).”  Clare Kimblin and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1996, 35, 6912-6913.

108.    “A Survey of Terminal Chalcogenido Complexes of the Transition Metals:  Trends in their Distribution and the Variation of their M=E Bond Lengths.”  Tina M. Trnka and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 1997, 16, 1031-1045.

109.    “Synthesis and Structure of a Monomeric Magnesium Phenylselenolate Complex [Tpp‑Tol]MgSePh Supported by Tris(3‑p‑tolylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligation.”  Prasenjit Ghosh and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 1997, 16, 1255-1257.

110.    “Terminal Chalcogenido Complexes of Zirconium:  Syntheses and Reactivity of Cp*2Zr(E)(NC5H5) (E = O, S, Se, Te).”  William A. Howard, Tina M. Trnka, Marcey Waters and Gerard Parkin J. Organomet. Chem. 1997, 528, 95-121.

111.    “Structural Characterization of Bis(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Thallium Complexes:  Monomeric ‘Two‑Coordinate’ Thallium Derivatives Supplemented by [Tl•••H–B] Interactions.”  Conor Dowling, Prasenjit Ghosh, and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 1997, 16, 3469-3473.

112.    “Terminal Chalcogenido Complexes of Gallium Supported by Tris(3,5‑di‑t‑butylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligation, [TpBut2]GaE (E = Se, Te).” Matthew C. Kuchta and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1997, 36, 2492-2493.

113.    “Multiple Bonding of Titanium and Vanadium to the Heavier Chalcogens: The Syntheses and Structures of the Terminal Selenido and Tellurido Complexes [h4‑Me8taa]M=E (M = Ti, V; E = Se, Te).”  Jennifer L. Kisko, Tony Hascall, and Gerard Parkin  J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1997, 119, 7609-7610.

114.    Bis‑ and Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligands with Bulky Triptycyl Substituents:  The Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Tl[BpTrip] and Tl[TpTrip].”  Tauqir Fillebeen, Tony Hascall, and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1997, 36, 3787-3790.

115.    “Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Tris[3‑trifluoromethyl‑5‑(2-thienyl)pyrazolyl]hydroborato Thallium, Tl[TpCF3,Tn]:  A Monovalent Thallium Complex with a Highly Solvent Dependent JTl-F Coupling Constant, Ranging from 0 to 850 Hz.” Runyu Han, Prasenjit Ghosh, Peter J. Desrosiers, Swiatoslaw Trofimenko, and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 1997, 3713-3717.

116.    “Modeling the Catalytic Site of Liver Alcohol Dehydrogenase:  Synthesis and Structural Characterization of a Bis(thioimidazolyl)(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Zinc Complex, [HB(timMe)2pz]ZnI.”  Clare Kimblin, Tony Hascall and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1997, 36, 5680-5681.

117.    “Terminal Chalcogenido Complexes of the Transition Metals.”  Gerard Parkin Prog. Inorg. Chem. 1998, 47, 1-165.

118.    “Subvalent Germanium and Tin Complexes Supported by a Dianionic Calixarene Ligand:  Structural Characterization of Exo  and Endo Isomers of [Butcalix(TMS)2]Ge.”  Tony Hascall, Arnold L. Rheingold, Ilia Guzei, and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.  1998, 101-102.

119.    “Modeling the Active Sites of Bacteriophage T7 Lysozyme, Bovine 5‑Aminolevulinate Dehydratase, and Peptide Deformylase:  Synthesis and Structural Characterization of a Bis(pyrazolyl)(thioalkoxy)hydroborato Zinc Complex, [(Ph2CHS)BpBut,Pri]ZnI.”  Prasenjit Ghosh and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.  1998, 413-414.

120.    “The Ansa-Effect in Zirconocene Chemistry:  The Syntheses and Interconversions of The Hydride Complexes {[Me2Si(C5Me4)2]Zr(H)(m‑H)}2, [Me2Si(C5Me4)2]ZrH2(PMe3), and [Me2Si(C5Me4)2]Zr(Ph)H.”  Hyosun Lee, Peter J. Desrosiers, Ilia Guzei, Arnold L. Rheingold and Gerard Parkin  J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1998, 120, 3255-3256.

121.    “The Synthesis and Structure of {[h4-Me8taa]Sn(m-O)}2:  A Bridging Oxo Complex in a System that Yields Terminal Sulfido and Selenido Counterparts.”  Matthew C. Kuchta, Tony Hascall, and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.  1998, 751-752.

122     “False Minima in X‑ray Structure Solutions Associated with a ‘Partial Polar Ambiguity’:  Single Crystal X-ray and Neutron Diffraction Studies on the Eight‑Coordinate Tungsten Hydride Complexes, W(PMe3)4H2X2 (X = F, Cl, Br, I) and W(PMe3)4H2F(FHF).”  Vincent J. Murphy, Daniel Rabinovich, Tony Hascall, Wim T. Klooster, Thomas F. Koetzle, and Gerard Parkin  J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1998, 120, 4372-4387.

123.    “Incorrect Atom Connectivity in X-ray Structures Associated with a ‘Partial Polar Ambiguity’:  A Non‑Macrocyclic Structure for the Macrocyclic Lead Complex, [h4‑Me8taa]Pb.”  Matthew C. Kuchta and Gerard Parkin New J. Chem.  1998, 22, 523-530.

124.    “Synthesis and Structural Characterization of {[Me2Si(C5Me4)2]Zr(h2‑C2H4)H}2Mg:  An Ansa‑Zirconocene Ethylene‑Hydride Complex.”  Hyosun Lee, Tony Hascall, Peter J. Desrosiers, and Gerard Parkin  J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1998, 120, 5830-5831.

125.    “Phosphorus–Carbon Bond Activation of PMe3 at a Dimolybdenum Center:  Synthesis and Structure of [Cp*Mo(m‑O2CMe)]2(m‑PMe2)(m‑Me).”  Jun Ho Shin and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Chem. Commun.  1998, 1273-1274.

126.    “Synthesis and Structural Characterization of [TpBut2]GaS:  A Terminal Gallium Sulfido Complex in a System for which the Indium Counterpart is a Tetrasulfido Derivative, [[TpBut2]In(h2‑S4).”  Matthew C. Kuchta and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 1998, 2279-2280.

127.    “Mimicking the Binding of Glutamate to Zinc in Thermolysin and Carboxypeptidase:  The Synthesis of [h3‑(HCO2)BpBut,Pri]ZnCl by Insertion of CO2 into a B–H Bond of the Bis(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Zinc Complex [BpBut,Pri]ZnCl.” Prasenjit Ghosh and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 1998, 2281-2283.

128.    Chemical Shift Anisotropy as a Mechanism for Modulating Apparent JTl‑H and JTl‑C Coupling Constants in Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Thallium Complexes. Prasenjit Ghosh, Peter J. Desrosiers, and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1998, 120, 10416-10422.

129.    “The Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of Phenyltris(3‑t‑butylpyrazolyl)borato Iron Methyl, [PhTpBut]FeMe:  Isolation of a Four Coordinate Monovalent Iron Carbonyl Complex, [PhTpBut]FeCO.”  Jennifer L. Kisko, Tony Hascall, and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc.  1998, 120, 10561-10562.

130.    “Synthesis and Structure of [BpBut,Pri]2Co:  A Bis(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Cobalt(II) Complex with Trans [Co•••H–B] Interactions.”  Prasenjit Ghosh, Jeffrey B. Bonanno, and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 1998, 2779-2781.

131.    “Asymmetric Bis(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligands via Direct Synthesis:  Structural Characterization of Thallium and Zinc Complexes.”  Prasenjit Ghosh, Tony Hascall, Conor Dowling, and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 1998, 3355-3357.

132.    “Fluoro Complexes of Permethyltantalocene, Cp*2TaF3 and [Cp*2TaF2][BF4]:  Facile Formation of a Tetrafluoroborate Complex via Corrosion of Borosilicate Glass.”  Jun Ho Shin and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 1998, 17, 5689-5696.

133.    “Terminal Chalcogenido Complexes of the Groups 13 and 14 Elements.”  Matthew C. Kuchta and Gerard Parkin Coord. Chem. Rev. 1998, 176, 323-372.

134.    “Phosphorus-Bridged ansa‑Metallocene Complexes of Titanium, Zirconium, and Hafnium:  The Syntheses and Structures of [PhP(C5Me4)2]MX2 and [Ph(E)P(C5Me4)2]MX2 (E = O, S, Se) Derivatives.”  Jun Ho Shin, Tony Hascall, and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 1999, 18, 6-9.

135.    Bis(pyrazolylethyl)thioether Ligation to Zinc and Cadmium:  Structural Characterization of [S(CH2CH2pzMe2)2]ZnCl2, [S(CH2CH2pzMe2)2]CdI2 and [S(CH2CH2pzMe2)2]Cd(NO3)2.”  Prasenjit Ghosh, Marc Wood, Jeffrey B. Bonanno, Tony Hascall and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 1999, 18, 1107-1113.

136.    “Modeling the Catalytic Cycle of Liver Alcohol Dehydrogenase:  Synthesis and Structural Characterization of a Four Coordinate Zinc Ethoxide Complex and Determination of Relative Zn–OR versus Zn–OH Bond Energies.”  Catherine Bergquist and Gerard Parkin  Inorg. Chem. 1999, 38, 422-423.

137.    “[Me2Si] Ansa bridged complexes of permethyltitanocene:  Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Fulvene Derivatives with Trialkylidenemethane Character.”  Hyosun Lee, Jeffrey B. Bonanno, Joseph Cordaro, Juliet M. Hahn, and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 1999, 1365-1368.

138.    “The Ansa Effect in Permethylmolybdenocene Chemistry:  A [Me2Si] Ansa Bridge Promotes Intermolecular C–H and C–C Bond Activation.”  David Churchill, Jun Ho Shin, Tony Hascall, Juliet M. Hahn, and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 1999, 18, 2403-2406.

139.    “Protonation of the Hydroxide Ligand in a Synthetic Analogue of Carbonic Anhydrase, [TpBut,Me]ZnOH: Inhibition of Reactivity towards CO2.” Catherine Bergquist and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1999, 121, 6322-6323.

140.    “Phenyl Tris(3‑t‑butylpyrazolyl)borato Complexes of Lithium and Thallium, [PhTpBut]M (M = Li, Tl):  A Novel Structure for a Monomeric Tris(pyrazolyl)borato Thallium Complex and a Study of its Stereochemical Nonrigidity by 1H and 205Tl NMR Spectroscopy.”  Jennifer L. Kisko, Tony Hascall, Clare Kimblin, and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 1999, 1929-1935.

141.    “The Ansa-Effect in Permethyltantalocene Chemistry:  A [Me2Si] ansa bridge promotes olefin-insertion and reductive-elimination reactions for [Me2Si(C5Me4)2]Ta(h-C2H4)H and [Me2Si(C5Me4)2]TaH3.” Jun Ho Shin and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun.  1999, 887-888.

142.    “Synthesis and Structure of [m-PhP(C5Me4)2][Nb(m-NBut)Cl]2, A Novel Dinuclear Niobium Complex Supported by an Ansa Ligand.”  Jun Ho Shin and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. Comm. 1999, 2, 428-430.

143.    “Structural Characterization of an Ordered Crystalline Modification of [In(SePh)3]į.”  Matthew C. Kuchta, Arnold L. Rheingold, and Gerard Parkin New. J. Chem. 1999, 23, 957-959.

144.    “Synthesis and Molecular Structure of Bis(pyrazolyl)(3,5‑di‑t‑butylpyrazolyl)hydroborato Thallium:  A Hetero‑tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligand Derived from Two Different Pyrazoles.”  Prasenjit Ghosh, David G. Churchill, Mark Rubinshtein and Gerard Parkin New. J. Chem. 1999, 23, 961-963.

145.    “Mononuclear Tris(2-mercapto-1-arylimidazolyl)hydroborato Complexes of Zinc, [TmAr]ZnX:  Structural Evidence that a Sulfur Rich Coordination Environment Promotes the Formation of a Tetrahedral Alcohol Complex in a Synthetic Analogue of LADH.”  Clare Kimblin, Brian M. Bridgewater, David G. Churchill and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun.  1999, 2301-2302.

146.    “A Mechanistic and Theoretical Analysis of the Oxidative Addition of H2 to the Six-Coordinate Molybdenum and Tungsten Complexes, M(PMe3)4X2 (M = Mo, W; X = F, Cl, Br, I):  An Inverse Equilibrium Isotope Effect and an Unprecedented Halide Dependence.”  Tony Hascall, Daniel Rabinovich, Vincent J. Murphy, Michael D. Beachy, Richard A. Friesner, and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1999, 121, 11402-11417.

147.    “Divalent Tin and Lead Complexes of a Bulky Salen Ligand:  The Syntheses and Structures of [SalenBut,Me]Sn and [SalenBut,Me]Pb.”  Matthew C. Kuchta, Juliet M. Hahn and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 1999, 3559-3563.

148.    “Syntheses of [BpBut,Me]AlMe2 and [BpBut,Me]GaMe2: Structural Comparison of a Pair of Bis(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Aluminum and Gallium Methyl Complexes.”  Conor M. Dowling and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 1999, 18, 3567-3571.

149.    “Synthesis and Molecular Structure of Bis(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Thallium, {[Bp]Tl}2:  A [BpRR’]Tl Complex with an Unbridged Close TlI•••TlI Contact.”  Prasenjit Ghosh, Arnold L. Rheingold, and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 1999, 38, 5464-5467.

150.    “The Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Phenyl Tris(3‑t‑butylpyrazolyl)borato Alkyl Complexes of Magnesium and Zinc, [PhTpBut]MgR (R = Me, Et) and [PhTpBut]ZnMe.”  Jennifer L. Kisko, Tauqir Fillebeen, Tony Hascall, and Gerard Parkin J. Organomet. Chem.  2000, 596, 22-26.

151.    “Modeling Aspects of Hydrodesulfurization at Molybdenum:  Carbon–Sulfur Bond Cleavage of Thiophenes by Ansa Molybdenocene Complexes.”  David G. Churchill, Brian M. Bridgewater, and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2000, 122, 178-179.

152.    “Structural Studies of Tris(imidazolyl)phosphine Metal Nitrate Complexes, {[PimPri,But]M(NO3)}+ (M = Co, Cu, Zn, Cd, and Hg): Comparison of Nitrate Binding Modes in Synthetic Analogues of Carbonic Anhydrase.”  Clare Kimblin, Vincent J. Murphy, Tony Hascall, Brian M. Bridgewater, Jeffrey B. Bonanno, and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 2000, 39, 967-974.

153.    “The Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Bis(mercaptoimidazolyl)hydroborato Complexes of Lithium, Thallium and Zinc.”  Clare Kimblin, Brian M. Bridgewater, Tony Hascall,  and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.2000, 891-897.

154.    “Reactivity of Mo(PMe3)5H2 towards Catecholborane:  Synthesis and Structure of Mo(PMe3)4(h2‑H2BCat)H.” Tony Hascall, Brian M. Bridgewater and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 2000, 19, 1063-1066.

155.    “The Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Bis(mercaptoimidazolyl)(pyrazolyl)hydroborato and Tris(mercaptoimidazolyl)hydroborato Complexes of Thallium(I) and Thallium(III).”  Clare Kimblin, Brian M. Bridgewater, Tony Hascall, and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 2000, 1267-1274.

156.    “Synthesis and Molecular Structures of A Pair of Tris(imidazolyl)phosphine Cobalt Perchlorate Complexes, {[PimPri2]Co(OClO3)}[ClO4] and {[PimPri2]Co(OH2)(HOMe)(OClO3)}[ClO4].”  Clare Kimblin, Brian M. Bridgewater, David G. Churchill and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 2000, 2191-2194.

156.    “Lead Poisoning and the Inactivation of 5-Aminolevulinate Dehydratase as Modeled by the Tris(2-mercapto-1-phenylimidazolyl)hydroborato Lead Complex, {[TmPh]Pb}[ClO4].”  Brian M. Bridgewater and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2000, 122, 7140-7141.

158.    Bis(mercaptoimidazolyl)(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Complexes of Zinc, Cadmium and Cobalt:  Structural Evidence for the Enhanced Tendency of Zinc in Biological Systems to Adopt Tetrahedral M[S4] Coordination.”  Clare Kimblin, Brian M. Bridgewater, David G. Churchill, Tony Hascall and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 2000, 39, 4240-4243.

159.    “The Bioinorganic Chemistry of Zinc:  Synthetic Analogues of Zinc Enzymes that Feature Tripodal Ligands.” Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun. 2000, 1971-1985.

160.    “Aqua, Alcohol and Acetonitrile Adducts of Tris(perfluorophenyl)borane:  Evaluation of BrŅnsted Acidity and Ligand Lability using Experimental and Computational Methods.”  Catherine Bergquist, Brian M. Bridgewater, C. Jeff Harlan, Jack R. Norton, Richard A. Friesner, and Gerard Parkin  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2000, 122, 10581-10590.

161.    “The Synthesis and Molecular Structure of [TmPh]2Pb:  A Complex with an “Inverted” h4–Coordination Mode for the Tris(2-mercapto-1-phenylimidazolyl)hydroborato Ligand.”  Brian M. Bridgewater and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. Commun. 2000, 3, 534-536.

162.    “Cationic Ansa-Zirconocene and Hafnocene Derivatives of a Monoanionic Phosphonium-Bridged Bis(permethylcyclopentadienyl) Ligand:  Synthesis and Structural Characterization of {[Me2P(C5Me4)2]MCl2}+ (M = Zr, Hf) and {[Me2P(C5Me4)2]ZrMe2}+.”  Jun Ho Shin, Brian M. Bridgewater and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 2000, 19, 5155-5159.

163.    “Influence of a [Me2Si] Ansa Bridge on the Barrier to Rotation about the Zr–Phenyl Bond and on the Generation and Reactivity of Benzyne Intermediates:  Comparison of the Structures and Reactivity of [Me2Si(C5Me4)2]Zr(Ph)X and Cp*2Zr(Ph)X (X = H, Cl, Ph).”  Hyosun Lee, Brian M. Bridgewater and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 2000, 4490-4493.

164.    “A Zinc Thiolate Species which Mimics Aspects of the Chemistry of the Ada Repair Protein and Matrix Metalloproteinases:  The Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of the Tris(2-mercapto-1-phenylimidazolyl)hydroborato Complex [TmPh]ZnSPh.”  Brian M. Bridgewater, Tauqir Fillebeen, Richard A. Friesner and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 2000, 4494-4496.

165.    “Factors Influencing the Thermodynamics of Zinc Alkoxide Formation by Alcoholysis of the Terminal Hydroxide Complex, [TpBut,Me]ZnOH:  An Experimental and Theoretical Study Relevant to the Mechanism of Action of Liver Alcohol Dehydrogenase.”  Catherine Bergquist, Hannah Storrie, Lawrence Koutcher, Brian M. Bridgewater, Richard A. Friesner, and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2000, 122, 12651-12658.

166.    “Synthetic Analogues of Zinc Enzymes.  Gerard Parkin in “Probing of Proteins by Metal Ions  and Their Low-Molecular-Weight Complexes”, Met. Ions Biol. Syst., Vol. 38, Chapter 14, pp 411-460; A. Sigel and H. Sigel, eds., M. Dekker, New York, 2001.

167.    “Syntheses and crystal structures of [BpBut,Me]ZnX, [BpBut,Pri]ZnX (X = Me, I) and {[BpBut,Me]Cd(m‑I)}2:  Mononuclear versus Dinuclear Bis(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Zinc and Cadmium Complexes.” Conor M. Dowling and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 2001, 20, 285-289.

168.    “Organometallic Chemistry Goals”.  Gerard Parkin Chemical and Engineering News 2001, 79(13), 226.

169.    “A Zinc Hydroxide Complex of Relevance to 5-Aminolevulinate Dehydratase:  The Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of the Tris(2-mercapto-1-phenylimidazolyl)hydroborato Complex [TmPh]ZnOH.”  Brian M. Bridgewater and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. Comm. 2001, 4, 126-129.

170.    “The Syntheses, Structures and Reactivity of Bis(tert‑Butylcyclopentadienyl)molybdenum Derivatives:  Nitrogen Alkylation of an h2–Acetonitrile Ligand and Influence of the Chalcogen on the Barrier to Inversion of Chalcogenoether Adducts.”  Jun Ho Shin, William Savage, Vincent J. Murphy, Jeffrey B. Bonanno, David G. Churchill, and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans. 2001, 1732-1753.

171.    Bis(Permethylindenyl) Complexes of Thorium: Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity.”  Tina M. Trnka, Jeffrey B. Bonanno, Brian M. Bridgewater and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 2001, 20, 3255-3264.

172.    Tris(mercaptoimidazolyl)hydroborato Complexes of Cobalt and Iron, [TmPh]2M (M = Fe, Co):  Structural Comparisons with their Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Counterparts.”  Clare Kimblin, David G. Churchill, Brian M. Bridgewater, Jennifer N. Girard, Duncan Quarless, and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 2001, 20, 1891-1896.

173.    “An Experimental and Computational Analysis of the Formation of the Terminal Nitrido Complex (h3‑Cp*)2Mo(N)(N3) by Elimination of N2 from Cp*2Mo(N3)2:  The Barrier to Elimination is Strongly Influenced by the Exo versus Endo Configuration of the Azide ligand.”  Jun Ho Shin, Brian M. Bridgewater, David G. Churchill, Mu-Hyun Baik, Richard A. Friesner and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2001, 123, 10111-10112.

174.    “Synthesis and Structural Characterization of PhP[(C5Me4)2], a Monodentate Chiral Phosphine Derived from Intramolecular C–C Coupling of Tetramethylcyclopentadienyl Groups:  An Evaluation of Steric and Electronic Properties.”  Jun Ho Shin, Brian M. Bridgewater, David G. Churchill and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 2001, 40, 5626-5635.

175.    “Carbonyl Abstraction Reactions of Cp*Mo(PMe3)3H with CO2, (CH2O)n, HCO2H, and MeOH:  The Synthesis of Cp*Mo(PMe3)2(CO)H and the Catalytic Decarboxylation of Formic Acid.”  Jun Ho Shin and Gerard Parkin J. Organomet. Chem. 2002, 642, 9-15.

176.    “Reactivity of the B–H bond in Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Zinc Complexes:  An Unexpected Example of Zinc Hydride Formation in a Protic Solvent and its Relevance towards Hydrogen Transfer to NAD+ Mimics by Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Zinc Complexes in Alcoholic Media.”  Catherine Bergquist, Lawrence Koutcher, Amanda L. Vaught, and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 2002, 41, 625-627.

177.    “Synthesis and Structures of Zirconium–Pyrrolyl Complexes:  A Computational Analysis of the Factors that Influence the Coordination Modes of Pyrrolyl Ligands.”  Joseph M. Tanski and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 2002, 21, 587-589.

178.    “Thiophene and Butadiene-Thiolate Complexes of Molybdenum: Observations Relevant to the Mechanism of Hydrodesulfurization.”  Kevin E. Janak, Joseph M. Tanski, David G. Churchill, and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2002, 124, 4182-4183.

179.    “Kinetic and Thermodynamic Preferences For the Diastereoselective Oxidative Addition of H2 to trans–Ir(P*R3)2(CO)Cl:  Monodentate Chiral Phosphines may Impart Exceptional Degrees of Diastereoselectivity.”  Jun Ho Shin and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2002, 124, 7652-7653.

180.    “Antimony Ethylene Glycolate and Catecholate Compounds: The Structural Characterization of Polyesterification Catalysts.”  Shannon M. Biros, Brian M. Bridgewater, Adriel Villeges-Estrada, Joseph M. Tanski and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 2002, 41, 4051-4057.

181.    “The Electronic Influence of Ring Substituents and Ansa Bridges in Zirconocene Complexes as Probed by Infrared Spectroscopic, Electrochemical, and Computational Studies.”  Cary E. Zachmanoglou, Arefa Docrat, Brian M. Bridgewater, Gerard Parkin Christopher G. Brandow, John E. Bercaw, Christian N. Jardine, Mark Lyall, Jennifer C. Green, and Jerome B. Keister J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2002, 124, 9525-9546.

182.    “The Synthesis and Molecular Structures of 2,5-Diarylpyrroles, [pyrAr2]H (Ar = Ph, 2,4-Xyl).”  Joseph M. Tanski and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Crystallogr. 2002, 32, 185-190.

183.    “The Syntheses and Structures of Coordinatively Unsaturated Aryloxy–Hydride Complexes of Molybdenum, Mo(PMe3)4(OAr)H:  Reversible C–H Bond Activation and Comparison with their Tungsten Analogues.”  Tony Hascall, Vincent J. Murphy, Kevin E. Janak and Gerard Parkin J. Organomet. Chem.  2002, 652, 37-49.

184.    “The Reactivity of Mo(PMe3)6 towards Heterocyclic Nitrogen Compounds:  Transformations Relevant to Hydrodenitrogenation.”  Guang Zhu, Joseph M. Tanski, David G. Churchill, Kevin E. Janak and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2002, 124, 13658-13659.

185.    “Synthesis and Structural Characterization of 2,5–Diphenylpyrrolyl Complexes of Zinc, [pyr2,5–Ph2]2Zn(THF) and {[pyr2,5–Ph2]Zn(THF)2(m3–O)Zn[pyr2,5–Ph2]}2:  A Zinc Oxo Complex with Planar m3–Oxo Bridges.”  Guang Zhu, Joseph M. Tanski and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Crystallogr. 2002, 32, 469-475.

186.    “A Non–Classical Hydrogen Bond in the Molybdenum Arene Complex [h6‑C6H5C6H3(Ph)OH]Mo(PMe3)3:  Evidence that Hydrogen Bonding Facilitates Oxidative Addition of the O–H Bond.”  Tony Hascall, Mu-Hyun Baik, Brian M. Bridgewater, Jun Ho Shin, David G. Churchill, Richard A. Friesner and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun.  2002, 2644-2645.

187.    “Computational Evidence that the Inverse Kinetic Isotope Effect for Reductive Elimination of Methane from a Tungstenocene Methyl–Hydride Complex is associated with the Inverse Equilibrium Isotope Effect for formation of a s–Complex Intermediate.”  Kevin E. Janak, David G. Churchill, and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun. 2003, 22-23.

188.    “Normal and Inverse Primary Kinetic Deuterium Isotope Effects for C–H Bond Reductive Elimination and Oxidative Addition Reactions of Molybdenocene and Tungstenocene Complexes: Evidence for Benzene s–Complex Intermediates.”   David G. Churchill, Kevin E. Janak, Joshua S. Wittenberg and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2003, 125, 1403-1420.

189.    “Synthesis and Structure of [pzBut2]Mo(PMe3)4H, a d4 Molybdenum Complex that Exhibits h2–Coordination of the 3,5‑Di‑t‑butylpyrazolyl Ligand.”  Guang Zhu, Joseph M. Tanski and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 2003, 22, 199-203.

190.    “Tantalum Amido and Imido Complexes Supported by Tris[(2–indolyl)methyl]amine, a Tetradentate Trianionic Ligand with Reduced p–Donor Character.”  Joseph M. Tanski and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 2003, 42, 264-366.

191.    “Solid-State 67Zn NMR Spectroscopic Studies and ab Initio Molecular Orbital Calculations on a Synthetic Analogue of Carbonic Anhydrase.”  Andrew S. Lipton, Catherine Bergquist, Gerard Parkin and Paul D. Ellis, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2003, 125, 3768-3772.

192.    “The Photochemical Reactivity of Bis(tert‑Butylcyclopentadienyl)molybdenum Dihydride:  Synthesis and Structure of Dinuclear trans–[(CpBut)Mo(m–s,h5–C5H3But)H]2.” David G. Churchill, Jun Ho Shin, and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Crystallogr. 2003, 33, 297-302.

193.    “Tantalum Amido and Imido Complexes Supported by Tris[(2–indolyl)methyl]amine, a Tetradentate Trianionic Ligand with Reduced p–Donor Character.”  Joseph M. Tanski and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 2003, 42, 264-266.

194.    “Protonation and Reactivity towards Carbon Dioxide of the Mononuclear Tetrahedral Zinc and Cobalt Hydroxide Complexes, [TpBut,Me]ZnOH and [TpBut,Me]CoOH:  Comparison of the Reactivity of the Metal Hydroxide Function in Synthetic Analogues of Carbonic Anhydrase.”  Catherine Bergquist, Tauqir Fillebeen, Melissa M. Morlok and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2003, 125, 6189-6199.

195.    “Temperature Dependent Transitions between Normal and Inverse Equilibrium Isotope Effects For Coordination and Oxidative Addition of C–H and H–H Bonds to a Transition Metal Center.”  Kevin E. Janak and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2003, 125, 6889-6891.

196.    “Deuterium and Tritium Equilibrium Isotope Effects for Coordination and Oxidative Addition of Dihydrogen to [W(CO)5] and for the Interconversion of W(CO)5(h2–H2) and W(CO)5H2.”  Kevin E. Janak and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 2003, 22, 4378-4380.

197.    “Experimental Evidence for a Temperature Dependent Transition between Normal and Inverse Equilibrium Isotope Effects For Oxidative Addition of H2 to Ir(PMe2Ph)2(CO)Cl.”  Kevin E. Janak and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2003, 125, 13219-13224.

198.    “N–H•••O Hydrogen Bonding Interactions in Tetrahedral [ZnS4] Complexes of Relevance to Zinc Enzymes:  The Synthesis, Structures and Reactivity of Tris(2-mercapto-1-arylimidazolyl)hydroborato Zinc(2–mercapto–1–arylimidazole) Complexes, {[TmAr]Zn(mimAr)}[ClO4] (Ar = Ph, p–Tol).”  Arefa Docrat, Melissa M. Morlok, Brian M. Bridgewater, David G. Churchill, and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 2004, 23, 481-488.

199.    “Synthetic Analogues Relevant to the Structure and Function of Zinc Enzymes” by Gerard Parkin Chem. Rev. 2004, 104, 699-767.

200.    “Bond–Stretch Isomerism” by Gerard Parkin Encyclopedia of Supramolecular Chemistry, pp 120-128, Marcel Dekker, New York (2004).

201.    “Kinetic and Equilibrium Deuterium Isotope Effects for C–H Bond Reductive Elimination and Oxidative Addition Reactions Involving the Ansa–Tungstenocene Methyl–Hydride Complex [Me2Si(C5Me4)2]W(Me)H.”  Kevin E. Janak, David G. Churchill, and Gerard Parkin in Activation and Functionalization of C–H Bonds, ACS Symposium Series 2004, 885, 86-104.

202.    “Zinc-Zinc Bonds: A New frontier.”  Gerard Parkin Science 2004, 305, 1117-1118.

203.    “Molybdenocene Trihydride Complexes:  Influence of a [Me2Si] Ansa Bridge on Classical versus Nonclassical Nature, Stability with Respect to Elimination of Dihydrogen, and Acidity.”  Kevin E. Janak, Jun Ho Shin, and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2004, 126, 13054-13070.

204.    “The Molecular Structure of the Tris(2-mercapto-1-tolylimidazolyl)hydroborato Zinc(2–mercapto–1–tolylimidazole) Complex, {[Tmp-Tol]Zn(mimp-Tol)}[ClO4]:  Intermolecular N–H•••OClO3 versus Intramolecular N–H•••S Hydrogen Bonding Interactions of the Mercaptoimidazole Ligand.”  Melissa M. Morlok, Arefa Docrat, Kevin, E. Janak, Joseph M. Tanski and Gerard Parkin Dalton Trans. 2004, 3448-3452.

205.    “Theoretical Investigation of the Metal-Metal Interaction in Dimolybdenum Complexes with Bridging Hydride and Methyl Ligands.”  Mu-Hyun Baik, Richard A. Friesner and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 2004, 23, 2879-2900.

206.    “Methyl, Hydrochalcogenido, and Phenylchalcogenolate Complexes of Zinc in a Sulfur Rich Coordination Environment: Syntheses and Structural Characterization of the Tris(2-mercapto-1-t-butylimidazolyl)hydroboratozinc Complexes [TmBut]ZnMe, [TmBut]ZnEH (E = S, Se) and [TmBut]ZnEPh (E = O, S, Se, Te).”  Jonathan G. Melnick, Arefa Docrat, and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun. 2004, 2870-2871.

207.    “Chiral Ansa Zirconocene Compounds with [Me2Si] and [Me4Si2] Bridges and with t–Butyl Ring Substituents:  Synthesis and Structural Characterization of the Racemo Complexes rac–[Me2Si(C5H2–2,4–But2)2]ZrCl2 and rac–[Me4Si2(C5H2–2,4–But2)2]ZrCl2.”  Cary E. Zachmanoglou, Jonathan G. Melnick, Brian M. Bridgewater, David G. Churchill, and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 2005, 24, 603-611.

208.    Ansa–Titanocene Pyrrolyl Complexes: The Synthesis and Structural Characterization of [Me2Si(C5Me4)2]Ti(NC4H4)X (X = H, Me, Cl and NC4H4) and [Me2Si(C5Me4)(C5Me3CH2)]Ti(NC4H4).”  Hyosun Lee, Jeffrey B. Bonanno, Brian M. Bridgewater, David G. Churchill, and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 2005, 24, 1356-1365.

209.    “Multidentate Aryloxide and Oxo–Aryloxide Complexes of Antimony:  Synthesis and Structural Characterization of [h4–N(o–C6H4O)3]Sb(OSMe2), {{[ h3–N(o–C6H4OH)(o–C6H4O)2]Sb}2(m2–O)}2 and {[h3–PhN(o–C6H4O)2]Sb}4(m3–O)2.”  Joseph M. Tanski, Bryte V. Kelly and Gerard Parkin Dalton Trans. 2005, 2442-2447.

210.    “Reexamination of Lead(II) Coordination Preferences in Sulfur-Rich Sites:  Implications for a Critical Mechanism of Lead Poisoning.”  John S. Magyar, Tsu-Chien Weng, Charlotte M. Stern, David F. Dye, Brian W. Rous, John C. Payne, Brian M. Bridgewater, Ana Mijovilovich, Gerard Parkin Jeffrey M. Zaleski, James E. Penner-Hahn, and Hilary Arnold Godwin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2005, 127, 9495-9505.

211.    “Intramolecular N–H•••S Hydrogen Bonding in the Zinc Thiolate Complex [TmPh]ZnSCH2C(O)NHPh:  A Mechanistic Investigation of Thiolate Alkylation as Probed by Kinetics Studies and by Kinetic Isotope Effects.”  Melissa M. Morlok, Kevin E. Janak, Guang Zhu, Duncan A. Quarless, and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2005, 127, 14039-14050.

212.    “Synthesis and Structural Analysis of Bis(2–hydroxyphenyl)phenylamine, PhN(o–C6H4OH)2: Comparison with Tris(2-hydroxyphenyl)amine N(o–C6H4OH)3.”  Bryte V. Kelly, Joseph M. Tanski, Mary Beth Anzovino and Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Crystallogr. 2005, 35, 969-981.

213.    “Synthesis and Structural Characterization of M(PMe3)3(O2CR)2(OH2)H2 (M = Mo, W): Aqua–Hydride Complexes of Molybdenum and Tungsten.”  Guang Zhu and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 2005, 44, 9637-9639.

214.    “Carbon–Hydrogen versus Carbon–Chalcogen Bond Cleavage of Furan, Thiophene and Selenophene by Ansa Molybdenocene Complexes.”  David G. Churchill, Brian M. Bridgewater, Guang Zhu, Keliang Pang, and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 2006, 25, 499-512.

215.    “Synthesis and Structural Characterization of [h3B,S,S–B(mimR)3]Ir(CO)(PPh3)H (R = But, Ph) and [h4–B(mimBut)3]M(PPh3)Cl (M = Rh, Ir):  Analysis of The Bonding in Metal Borane Compounds.”  Victoria K. Landry, Jonathan G. Melnick, Daniela Buccella, Keliang Pang, Joseph C. Ulichny, and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 2006, 45, 2588-2597.

216.    “Valence, Oxidation Number and Formal Charge:  Three Related but Fundamentally Different Concepts.”  Gerard Parkin J. Chem. Educ. 2006, 83, 791-799.

217.    “Thiolate Exchange in [TmR]ZnSR’ Complexes and Relevance to the Mechanisms of Action of Thiolate Alkylation Reactions Involving Zinc Enzymes and Proteins.”  Jonathan G. Melnick, Guang Zhu, Daniela Buccella, and Gerard Parkin J. Inorg. Biochem. 2006, 100, 1147-1154.

218.    “Hydride, Halide, Methyl, Carbonyl, and Chalcogenido Derivatives of Permethylmolybdenocene.”  Jun Ho Shin, David G. Churchill, Brian M. Bridgewater, Keliang Pang, and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chim. Acta 2006, 359, 2942-2955 (invited contribution in honor of Brian James on the occasion of his 70th birthday).

219.    “Oxidative Addition of Dihydrogen to (h6–Arene)Mo(PMe3)3 Complexes: Origin of The Naphthalene and Anthracene Effects.”  Guang Zhu, Kevin E. Janak, Joshua S. Figueroa, and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2006, 128, 5452-5461.

220.    “A Normal Equilibrium Isotope Effect For Oxidative Addition of H2 to (h6–Anthracene)Mo(PMe3)3.”  Guang Zhu, Kevin E. Janak and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun. 2006, 2501-2503.

221.    “Methyl and Arylchalcogenolate Complexes of Cadmium in a Sulfur Rich Coordination Environment:  Syntheses and Structural Characterization of the Tris(2-mercapto-1-t-butylimidazolyl)hydroborato Cadmium Complexes [TmBut]CdMe, and [TmBut]CdAr (E = O, S, Se, Te) and Analysis of the Bonding in Chalcogenolate Compounds.”  Jonathan G. Melnick and Gerard Parkin Dalton Trans. 2006, 4207-4210.

222.    “Synthesis and Structural Characterization of 1-Mesityl-1,3-dihydro-imidazole-2-selone and Bis(1-mesitylimidazol-2-yl)diselenide: Experimental Evidence that the Selone is More Stable than the Selenol Tautomer.”  Victoria K. Landry, Mao Minoura, Keliang Pang, Daniela Buccella, Bryte V. Kelly and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2006, 128, 12490-12497.

223.    “Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Tris(2-seleno-1-mesitylimidazolyl)hydroborato Complexes:  A New Type of Strongly Electron Donating Tripodal Selenium Ligand.”  Mao Minoura, Victoria K. Landry, Jonathan G. Melnick, Keliang Pang, Luciano Marchiė and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun. 2006, 3990-3992.

224.    “A Simple Description of the Bonding in Metal Borane Complexes.”  Gerard Parkin Organometallics 2006, 25, 4744-4747.

225.    “Cp[TmMe]ZrCl2, a Tris(2-mercapto-1-methylimidazolyl)hydroborato Complex of Zirconium and a New Type of Precatalyst for Olefin Polymerization.”  Daniela Buccella, Abraham Shultz, Jonathan G. Melnick, Felicia Konopka, and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 2006, 25, 5496-5499.

226.    “Reactivity of the Metal®BX3 Dative s-Bond:  1,2-Addition Reactions of the Fe®BX3 Moiety of the Ferraboratrane Complex [k4-B(mimBut)3]Fe(CO)2.”  Joshua S. Figueroa, Jonathan G. Melnick and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 2006, 45, 7056-7058.

227.    p-tert-Butylcalix[4]arene Complexes of Molybdenum and Tungsten:  Reactivity of the Calixarene Methylene C–H Bond and the Facile Migration of the Metal around the Phenolic Rim of the Calixarene.”  Daniela Buccella and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2006, 128, 16358-16364.

228.    “Palladium Complexes with Pd®B Dative Bonds:  Analysis of the Bonding in the Palladaboratrane Compound [k4–B(mimBut)3]Pd(PMe3).”  Keliang Pang, Stephanie M. Quan and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun. 2006, 5015-5017.

229.    “C–H versus O–H Bond Cleavage Reactions of Bis(2–hydroxyphenyl)phenylamine, PhN(o–C6H4OH)2:  Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Mononuclear and Dinuclear Tungsten Aryloxide Complexes Which Exhibit Bidentate, Tridentate and Tetradentate Coordination Modes.”  Bryte V. Kelly, Joseph M. Tanski, Kevin E. Janak and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 2006, 25, 5839-5842.

230.    “Classification of Organotransition Metal Compounds.”  Gerard Parkin Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry III, Volume 1, Chapter 1; Crabtree, R. H. and Mingos, D. M. P. (Eds), Elsevier, Oxford, 2006.

231.    “Tetrahedral Nickel Nitrosyl Complexes with Tripodal [N3] and [Se3] Donor Ancillary Ligands:  Structural and Computational Evidence that a Linear Nitrosyl is a Trivalent Ligand.”  Victoria K. Landry, Keliang Pang, Stephanie M. Quan, and Gerard Parkin Dalton Trans. 2007, 820-824.

232.    Bis– and Tris(2-seleno-1-methylimidazolyl)hydroborato Complexes,
{[BseMe]ZnX}2 (X = Cl, I), [BseMe]2Zn and [TseMe]Re(CO)3:  Structural Evidence that the [BseMe] Ligand is not Merely a “Heavier” Version of the Sulfur Counterpart, [BmMe].”   Victoria K. Landry, Daniela Buccella, Keliang Pang and Gerard Parkin Dalton Trans.
2007, 866-870.

233.    “Agostic Interactions in Transition Metal Compounds.”  Maurice Brookhart, Malcolm L. H. Green, and Gerard Parkin Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 2007, 104, 6908-6914.

234.    “Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Tris(phenolate)amine Complexes of Antimony Derived from [k4–N(CH2ArBut2O)3]Sb.”  Bryte V. Kelly, Edward C. Weintrob, Daniela Buccella, Joseph M. Tanski, and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. Commun. 2007, 10, 699-704.

235.    “Factors Influencing Coordination versus Oxidative Addition of C–H Bonds to Molybdenum and Tungsten:  Structural and Spectroscopic Evidence that the Calixarene Framework Promotes C–H Bond Activation.”  Daniela Buccella,  Joseph M. Tanski, and Gerard Parkin Organometallics 2007, 26, 3275-3278.

236.    “Cleaving Mercury–Alkyl Bonds: A Functional Model for Mercury Detoxification by MerB.”  Jonathan G. Melnick and Gerard Parkin Science 2007, 317, 225-227.

237.    “Synthesis and Structural Characterization of [BseMe]Ni(PPh3)(NO), a Nickel Complex with a Bent Nitrosyl Ligand.”  Victoria K. Landry and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 2007, 26, 4751-4757 (Special issue on Transition Metal Chemistry of NO, N2O and Related Molecules).

238.    Exo and Endo Isomerism of Subvalent Tin and Germanium Complexes Derived from 1,3–Diethers of p-tert-Butylcalix[4]arene.”  Tony Hascall, Keliang Pang and Gerard Parkin Tetrahedron 2007, 63, 10826-10833 (Special issue on New Trends in Calixarene Chemistry). 

239.    “Applications of Bis(1-R–imidazol-2-yl)disulfides and Diselenides as Ligands for Main Group and Transition Metals:  k2–[N,N] Coordination, S–S Bond Cleavage and S–S/E–E (E = S, Se) Bond Metathesis Reactions.”  Joshua S. Figueroa, Kevin Yurkerwich, Jonathan Melnick, Daniela Buccella and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 2007, 46, 9234-9244.

240.    “Applications of Deuterium Isotope Effects for Probing Aspects of Reactions Involving Oxidative Addition and Reductive Elimination of H–H and C–H Bonds.”  Gerard Parkin J. Labelled Compounds and Radiopharmaceuticals 2007, 50, 1088-1114.

241.    “Applications of Tripodal [S3] and [Se3] L2X Donor Ligands to Zinc, Cadmium and Mercury Chemistry: Organometallic and Bioinorganic Perspectives.”  Gerard Parkin New J. Chem. 2007, 31, 1996-2014.

242.    “Reactivity of the Ni®B Dative s–Bond in the Nickel Boratrane Compounds [k4–B(mimBut)3]NiX (X = Cl, OAc, NCS, N3):  Synthesis of a Series of B-Functionalized Tris(2-mercapto-1-t-butylimidazolyl)borato Complexes, [YTmBut]NiZ.”  Keliang Pang, Joseph M. Tanski, and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun. 2008, 1008-1010.

243.    “New Modes for Coordination of Aromatic Heterocyclic Nitrogen Compounds to Molybdenum:  Catalytic Hydrogenation of Quinoline, Isoquinoline, and Quinoxaline by Mo(PMe3)4H4.”  Guang Zhu, Keliang Pang and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008, 130, 1564-1565.

244.    67Zn Solid State NMR Spectroscopy of {[ TpBut,Me]Zn(OH2)}[HOB(C6F5)3].  The Importance of the Anion, [HOB(C6F5)3].”  Andrew S. Lipton, Melissa M. Morlok, Gerard Parkin and Paul D. Ellis Inorg. Chem. 2008, 47, 5184-5189.

245.    Monovalent Indium in a Sulfur-Rich Coordination Environment:  Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of Tris(2-mercapto-1-t-butylimidazolyl)hydroborato Indium, [TmBut]In.  Kevin Yurkerwich, Daniela Buccella, Jonathan G. Melnick and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun. 2008, 3305-3307.

246.    “Molecular Structures of Thimerosal (Merthiolate) and Other Arylthiolate Mercury Alkyl Compounds.” Jonathan G. Melnick, Kevin Yurkerwich, Daniela Buccella, Wesley Sattler and Gerard Parkin, Inorg. Chem. 2008, 47, 6421-6426.

247.    “Mononuclear and Dinuclear Molybdenum and Tungsten Complexes of p-tert-Butyltetrathiacalix[4]arene and p-tert-Butyltetrasulfonylcalix[4]arene:  Facile Cleavage of the Calixarene Ligand Framework by Nickel.”  Daniela Buccella and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008, 130, 8617-8619.

248.    “Coordination Chemistry of Molybdenum Relevant to Hydrodenitrogenation:  Reactivity of Mo(PMe3)6 Towards 6–Membered Heterocyclic Aromatic Nitrogen Compounds involving C–H Bond Cleavage and h6–Coordination.”  Guang Zhu, Keliang Pang and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chim. Acta 2008, 361, 3221-3229 (special issue in honor of R. J. Angelici).

249.    “Silicon–Carbon Bond Cleavage Reactions of Ansa Tungstenocene Compounds:  The [Me2Si] Bridge as a Site for Metallocene Functionalization.”  Cary E. Zachmanoglou, Hyosun Lee, Seung Ho Jang, Keliang Pang and Gerard Parkin Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 2008, 105, 11060-11065.

250.    “Reactivity of Mo(PMe3)6 Towards Benzothiophene and Selenophenes:  New Pathways Relevant to Hydrodesulfurization.”  Daniela Buccella, Kevin E. Janak and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008, 130, 16187–16189.

251.    p-tert-Butyltetrathiatetramercaptocalix[4]arene as a Sulfur-Rich Platform for Molybdenum, Tungsten and Nickel.  Daniela Buccella and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun. 2009, 289-291.

252.    “Temperature Dependent Transitions Between Normal and Inverse Isotope Effects Pertaining to the Interaction of H–H and C–H Bonds with Transition Metal Centers.”  Gerard Parkin Acc. Chem. Res. 2009, 42, 315-325.

253.    “Multiple Modes for Coordination of Phenazine to Molybdenum: Ring Fusion Promotes Access to h4-Coordination, Oxidative Addition of Dihydrogen and Hydrogenation of Aromatic Nitrogen Compounds.”  Aaron Sattler, Guang Zhu, and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2009, 131, 7828-7838.

254.    “Molecular Structures of Protonated and Mercurated Derivatives of Thimerosal.”  Wesley Sattler, Kevin Yurkerwich and Gerard Parkin Dalton Trans. 2009, 4327-4333.

255.    “Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of Two–Coordinate Mercury Alkyl Compounds with Sulfur Ligands:  Relevance to Mercury Detoxification.” Jonathan G. Melnick, Kevin Yurkerwich and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 2009, 48, 6763-6772.

256.    “2-Mercapto-1-t-butylimidazolyl as a Bridging Ligand:  Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Nickel and Palladium Paddlewheel Complexes.”  Keliang Pang, Joshua S. Figueroa, Ian A. Tonks, Wesley Sattler and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chim. Acta 2009, 362, 4609-4615 (special issue in memory of S. Trofimenko).

257.    “Synthesis of Transition Metal Isocyanide Compounds from Carbonyl Complexes via Reaction with Li[Me3SiNR].”  Wesley Sattler and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun. 2009, 7566-7568.

258.    “On the Chalcogenophilicity of Mercury:  Evidence for a Strong Hg–Se Bond in [TmBut]HgSePh and its Relevance to the Toxicity of Mercury.” Jonathan G. Melnick, Kevin Yurkerwich and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 647–655.

259.    “Cleaving Carbon–Carbon Bonds by Inserting Tungsten into Unstrained Aromatic Rings.” Aaron Sattler and Gerard Parkin Nature 2010, 463, 523-526.

260.    “Metal–Metal Bonding in Bridging Hydride and Alkyl Compounds”  Gerard Parkin Structure and Bonding 2010, 136, 113-145.

261.    Molecular Structures of Three Coordinate Zinc and Cadmium Complexes that Feature b-Diketiminato and Anilido-Imine Ligands.”  Keliang Pang, Yi Rong and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 2010, 29, 1881-1890.

262.    Bis(2-mercapto-1-R-imidazolyl)hydroborato Complexes of Aluminum, Gallium, Indium and Thallium:  Compounds Possessing Gallium–Gallium Bonds and a Trivalent Thallium Alkyl.”  Kevin Yurkerwich, Fergal Coleman and Gerard Parkin Dalton Trans. 2010, 39, 6939 – 6942.

263.    Tris(2-mercapto-1-t-butylimidazolyl)hydroborato Gallium Derivatives:  Synthesis of Di- and Trigallium Compounds in a Sulfur-Rich Coordination Environment.” Kevin Yurkerwich, Daniela Buccella, Jonathan G. Melnick and Gerard Parkin Chemical Science 2010, 1, 210-214.

264.    “Catenated Gallium Compounds Supported by a Tris(pyrazolyl)hydroborato Ligand.” Kevin Yurkerwich and Gerard Parkin, J. Cluster Science 2010, 21, 225-234 (special issue in honor of M. H. Chisholm).

265.    “Synthesis of Polynitroxides Based on Nucleophilic Aromatic Substitution.”  Olaf Zeika, Yongjun Li, Steffen Jockusch, Gerard Parkin, Aaron Sattler, Wesley Sattler and Nicholas J. Turro Organic Lett. 2010, 12, 3696-3699.

266.    “Gallium and Indium Compounds Supported by a [PNP] Pincer Ligand.” Kevin Yurkerwich and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chim. Acta 2010, 364, 157-161 (special issue in honor of A. L. Rheingold).

267.    “Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Tris(2-oxo-1-t-butylimidazolyl) and Tris(2-oxo-1-methylbenzimidazolyl)hydroborato Complexes: A New Class of Tripodal Oxygen Donor Ligand.”  Ahmed Al-Harbi, Wesley Sattler, Aaron Sattler and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun. 2011, 47, 3123-3125.

268.    “Carbon–Sulfur Bond Cleavage and Hydrodesulfurization of Thiophenes by Tungsten” Aaron Sattler and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011, 133, 3748-3751.

269.    “Modeling Aspects of Hydrodesulfurization by Molybdenum Hydride Compounds:  Desulfurization of Thiophene and Benzothiophene and C–S Bond Cleavage of Dibenzothiophene.”  Aaron Sattler, Kevin E. Janak and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chim. Acta 2011, 369, 197-202 (special issue in honor of R. G. Bergman).

270.    “The Synthesis, Structure and Reactivity of a Mononuclear Organozinc Hydride Complex:  Facile Insertion of CO2 into a Zn‑H Bond and the CO2 Promoted Displacement of Siloxide Ligands.”  Wesley Sattler and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011, 133, 9708–9711.

271.    “Structural Characterization of TaMe3Cl2 and Ta(PMe3)2Me3Cl2, a Pair of Five and Seven-Coordinate d0 Tantalum Methyl Compounds.” Aaron Sattler, Serge Ruccolo and Gerard Parkin Dalton Trans. 2011, 40, 7777-7782.

272.    “Synthesis and Structural Characterization of Tris(2-mercapto-1-adamantylimidazolyl)hydroborato Complexes:  A Sterically Demanding Tripodal [S3] Donor Ligand.”  Kevin Yurkerwich, Michael Yurkerwich and Gerard Parkin Inorg. Chem. 2011, 50, 12284–12295.

273.    “Formation of a Cationic Alkylidene Complex via Formal Hydride Abstraction:  Synthesis and Structural Characterization of [W(PMe3)4(h2–CHPMe2)H]X (X = Br, I).”  Aaron Sattler and Gerard Parkin Chem. Commun. 2011,47, 12828–12830.

274.    “Low Temperature NMR Spectroscopic Investigation of a Zinc Bicarbonate Compound:  Thermodynamics of Bicarbonate Formation by Insertion of CO2 into the Zinc Hydroxide Bond of [TpBut,Me]ZnOH.”  Wesley Sattler and Gerard Parkin Polyhedron 2012, 32, 41-48.

275.    “A New Class of Transition Metal Pincer Ligand:  Tantalum Complexes that Feature a [CCC] X3–Donor Array Derived from a Terphenyl Ligand.”  Aaron Sattler and Gerard Parkin J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2012, 134, 2355-2366.