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J. Stephen Hartman: Publications

J. S. Hartman, A. Narayanan and Y. X. Wang, "Spin Lattice Relaxation in the 6H Polytype of Silicon Carbide", J. Am. Chem. Soc., 116, 4019-4027 (1994). 

A. Narayanan, J. S. Hartman, and A. D. Bain, "Characterizing Nonexponential Spin-Lattice Relaxation in Solid State NMR by Fitting to the Stretched Exponential", J. Mag. Res., Series A, 112, 58-65 (1995). 

M. J. Farquharson and J. S. Hartman, " Bis(pyridine)difluoroboron, Tris(pyridine)fluoroboron, and Other (Pyridine)haloboron Cations. A Systematic Nmr Study", Can. J. Chem., 74, 1309-1320 (1996). 

K.J.D. MacKenzie, T. C. Ekström, G. V. White, and J. S. Hartman, Carbothermal synthesis of low-z beta'-sialon from silica or elemental silicon in the presence and absence of Y2O3: an XRD and MAS NMR perspective", Journal of Materials Chemistry, 7, 1057-1061 (1997). 

J. S. Hartman, E. R. Vance, W. P. Power, and J. V. Hanna, "A 133Cs Magic Angle Spinning Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Study of Cesium Environments in Barium Hollandites and Synroc", J. Mater. Res., 13, 22-27 (1998). 

J. M. Miller, D. Wails, J. S. Hartman, and J. L. Belelie, ""Friedel-Crafts catalysis using sol-gel derived supported reagents. metal diketonate modified mesoporous aluminosilicates", J. Chem. Soc., Faraday Trans., 94, 789-795 (1998). 

J. D. Brennan, J. S. Hartman, E. I. Ilnicki, and M. Rakic, “Fluorescence and NMR Characterization and Biomolecule Entrapment Studies of Sol-Gel Derived Organic-Inorganic Composite Biomaterials Formed by Sonication of Precursors”, Chem. Mater., 11, 1853-1864 (1999).

J. Stephen Hartman and James A .W. Shoemaker, "Chelated fluoroboron cations. II. Synthesis and nmr studies involving aromatic chelating ligands", Polyhedron, 19, 165-176 (2000).

J. S. Hartman and J. A .W. Shoemaker, "Chelated Fluoroboron Cations. III. Spectroscopic Evidence for Ring Size and Steric Limitations to Chelate Formation by Amine Chelating Donors",  Can. J. Chem., 79, 426-436 (2001).