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Biographical Memoirs: Volume 91
1977 The Nonclassical Ion Problem (with comments by P. von Schleyer). New York: Plenum Press.
1979 With S. Krishnamurthy. 40 years of hydride reductions. Tetrahedron 35:567-607.
1983 With P. K. Jadhav. Asymmetric carbon-carbon bond formation via B-allyldiisopinocampheylborane. A simple synthesis of secondary homoallylic alcohols with excellent enantiomeric purities. J. Am.Chem. Soc. 105:2092-2093.
1985 With T. Imai, M. C. Desai, and B. Singaram. Chiral synthesis via organoboranes. 3. Conversion of boronic esters of essentially 100-percent optical purity to aldehydes, acids, and homologated alcohols of very high enantiomeric purities. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 107:4980-4983.
1986 With K. S. Bhat. Enantiomeric (Z)- and (E)-crotyldiisopinocamphenylboranes. Synthesis in high optical purity of all four possible stereoisomers of β-methylhomoallyl alcohols. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 108:293-294.
With K. W. Kim, T. E. Cole, and B. Singaram. Chiral synthesis via organoboranes. 8. Synthetic utility of boronic esters of essentially 100-percent optical purity—synthesis of primary amines of very high enantiomeric purities. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 108:6761-6764.
1988 With J. Chandrasekharan and P. V. Ramachandran. Chiral synthesis via organoboranes. 14. Selective reductions. 41. Diisopinocamphenylchloroborane. An exceptionally efficient chiral reducing agent. J. Am. Chem. Soc. 110:1539-1546.
With B. Singaram. Development of a simple general procedure for synthesis of pure enantiomers via chiral organoboranes. AccountsChem. Res. 21:287-293.