Stephen J Loeb
Stephen J Loeb
Professor of Chemistry, University of Windsor
Verified email at uwindsor.ca - Homepage
Title
Cited by
Cited by
Year
Amide based receptors for anions
CR Bondy, SJ Loeb
Coordination Chemistry Reviews 240 (1-2), 77-99, 2003
6562003
Metal− organic anion receptors: Arranging urea hydrogen-bond donors to encapsulate sulfate ions
CR Bondy, PA Gale, SJ Loeb
Journal of the American Chemical Society 126 (16), 5030-5031, 2004
3212004
Rotaxanes as ligands: from molecules to materials
SJ Loeb
Chemical Society reviews 36 (2), 226-235, 2007
2972007
Metal–organic frameworks with dynamic interlocked components
VN Vukotic, KJ Harris, K Zhu, RW Schurko, SJ Loeb
Nature chemistry 4 (6), 456-460, 2012
1932012
Coordination polymers containing rotaxane linkers
VN Vukotic, SJ Loeb
Chemical Society Reviews 41 (18), 5896-5906, 2012
1822012
A molecular shuttle that operates inside a metal–organic framework
K Zhu, CA O'keefe, VN Vukotic, RW Schurko, SJ Loeb
Nature chemistry 7 (6), 514-519, 2015
1802015
A New Motif for the Self‐Assembly of [2] Pseudorotaxanes; 1, 2‐Bis (pyridinium) ethane Axles and [24] Crown‐8 Ether Wheels
SJ Loeb, JA Wisner
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 37 (20), 2838-2840, 1998
1791998
Metal–Organic Rotaxane Frameworks: Three‐Dimensional Polyrotaxanes from Lanthanide‐Ion Nodes, Pyridinium N‐Oxide Axles, and Crown‐Ether Wheels
DJ Hoffart, SJ Loeb
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 44 (6), 901-904, 2005
1582005
Supramolecular Arrays of 4,7‐Phenanthroline Complexes: Self‐Assembly of Molecular Pd6 Hexagons
JR Hall, SJ Loeb, GKH Shimizu, GPA Yap
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 37 (1‐2), 121-123, 1998
1531998
Metal-based anion receptors: an application of second-sphere coordination
DJ Mercer, SJ Loeb
Chemical Society Reviews 39 (10), 3612-3620, 2010
1402010
Channels and Cavities Lined with Interlocked Components: Metal‐Based Polyrotaxanes That Utilize Pyridinium Axles and Crown Ether Wheels as Ligands
GJE Davidson, SJ Loeb
Angewandte Chemie 115 (1), 78-81, 2003
1352003
Molecular Shuttling of a Compact and Rigid H‐Shaped [2] Rotaxane
K Zhu, VN Vukotic, SJ Loeb
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 51 (9), 2168-2172, 2012
1272012
Metal–organic rotaxane frameworks; MO R Fs
SJ Loeb
Chemical communications, 1511-1518, 2005
1132005
Metal ions in the synthesis of interlocked molecules and materials
JEM Lewis, PD Beer, SJ Loeb, SM Goldup
Chemical Society Reviews 46 (9), 2577-2591, 2017
992017
Metal–organic frameworks with mechanically interlocked pillars: controlling ring dynamics in the solid-state via a reversible phase change
K Zhu, VN Vukotic, CA O’Keefe, RW Schurko, SJ Loeb
Journal of the American Chemical Society 136 (20), 7403-7409, 2014
982014
A versatile template for the formation of [2] pseudorotaxanes. 1, 2-Bis (pyridinium) ethane axles and 24-crown-8 ether wheels
SJ Loeb, J Tiburcio, SJ Vella, JA Wisner
Organic & Biomolecular Chemistry 4 (4), 667-680, 2006
952006
Molecular recognition of nucleobases via simultaneous first-and second-sphere coordination
JE Kickham, SJ Loeb, SL Murphy
Journal of the American Chemical Society 115 (15), 7031-7032, 1993
921993
Cooperative Ion–Ion Interactions in the Formation of Interpenetrated Molecules
DJ Hoffart, J Tiburcio, A de la Torre, LK Knight, SJ Loeb
Angewandte Chemie International Edition 47 (1), 97-101, 2008
882008
Hydrogen‐Bonded Networks through Second‐Sphere Coordination
DA Beauchamp, SJ Loeb
Chemistry–A European Journal 8 (22), 5084-5088, 2002
872002
Platinum (ii) nicotinamide complexes as receptors for oxo-anionsElectronic supplementary information (ESI) available: titration plots for [PtL4][PF6] 2 with various oxo-anions …
CR Bondy, PA Gale, SJ Loeb
Chemical Communications, 729-730, 2001
842001
The system can't perform the operation now. Try again later.
Articles 1–20