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Journal Articles (UNC)

87. Hasanayn, F.; Holland, P.L.; Goldman, A.S.; Miller, A.J.M. “Lewis Structures and the Bonding Classification of End-on Bridging Dinitrogen Transition Metal Complexes.” (preprint).

86. Dodge, H.M.; Natinsky, B.S.; Jolly, B.J.; Zhang, H.; Mu, Y.; Chapp, S.M.; Tran, T.V.; Diaconescu, P.L.; Do, L.H.; Wang, D.; Liu, C.; Miller, A.J.M. “Polyketones from Carbon Dioxide and Ethylene by Integrating Electrochemical and Organometallic Catalysis.” (preprint).

85. Yoo, C.; See, X.; Bhattacharya, S.; Cunningham, D.; Perri, S.; West, N.; Mason, D.; Meade, C.; Cowden, J.; Turner, P.; Kilgore, R.; Osborne, C.; Grajeda, J.; Miller, A.J.M. “Nickel N-Heterocyclic Carbene Catalysts for Ester Carbonylation.” (preprint)

84. Farquhar, A.; Gardner, K.; Acosta-Calle, S.; Camp, A.; Chen, C.; Miller, A.J.M. “Cation-Controlled Olefin Isomerization Catalysis with Palladium Pincer Complexes.Organometallics 2022, Accepted.

83. Assaf, E.A.; Gonell, S.; Chen, C.; Miller, A.J.M. “Accessing and Photo-Accelerating Low-Overpotential Pathways for CO2 Reduction: A Bis-Carbene Ruthenium Terpyridine Catalyst.ACS Catal. 2022, 12, 12596-12606.

82. Espinosa, M.R.; Ertem, M.Z.; Barakat, M.; Bruch, Q.J.; Deziel, A.P.; Elsby, M.R.; Hasanayn, F.; Hazari, N.; Miller, A.J.M.; Pecoraro, M.V.; Smith, A.M.; Smith, N.E. ” Correlating Thermodynamic and Kinetic Hydricities of Rhenium Hydrides.J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2022, 144, 17939–17954.

81. Bruch, Q.J.; Malakar, S.; Goldman, A.S.; Miller, A.J.M. “Mechanisms of Electrochemical N2 Splitting by a Molybdenum Pincer Complex.Inorg. Chem. 2022, 61, 2307-2318.

80. Gonell, S.; Assaf, E.A.; Lloret-Fillol, J.; Miller, A.J.M. “An Iron Bis(carbene) Catalyst for Low Overpotential CO2 Electroreduction to CO: Mechanistic Insights from Kinetic Zone Diagrams, Spectroscopy, and Theory.ACS Catal. 2021, 11, 15212–15222.

79. Stratakes, B.M.; Wells, K.A.; Kurtz, D.A.; Castellano, F.N.; Miller, A.J.M. “Photochemical H2 Evolution from Bis(diphosphine) Nickel Hydrides Enables Low-Overpotential Electrocatalysis.J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2021, 143, 21388–21401.

78. Stratakes, B. M.; Dempsey, J. L.; Miller, A.J.M. “Determining the Overpotential of Electrochemical Fuel Synthesis Mediated by Molecular Catalysts: Recommended Practices, Standard Reduction Potentials, and Challenges.” ChemElectroChem 2021, 8, 1–21.

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77.  Yoo, C.; Miller, A.J.M. “Stepwise Iodide-Free Methanol Carbonylation via Methyl Acetate Activation by Pincer Iridium Complexes.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2021, 143, 12633–12643.

76. Yamout, L. S.; Ataya, M.; Hasanayn, F.; Holland, P.; Miller, A.J.M.; Goldman, A. “Understanding Terminal versus End-on N2 Coordination in Transition Metal Complexes.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2021,143, 9744–9757.

75. Kaphan, D.; Brereton, K.; Klet, R.; Witzke, R.; Miller, A.J.M.; Mulfort, K.; Delferro, M.; Tiede, D. “Photocatalytic Transfer Hydrogenation in Water: Insight into Mechanism and Catalyst Speciation.” Organometallics. 2021, 40, 1482–1491.

74. Shada, A.D.R.; Miller, A.J.M.; Emge, T.J.; Goldman, A.S. “Catalytic Dehydrogenation of Alkanes by PCP–Pincer Iridium Complexes Using Proton and Electron Acceptors.” ACS Catal. 2021, 11, 3009–3016.

73. Camp, A.; Kita, M.; Blackburn, P. T.; Dodge, H.; Chen, C.H.; Miller, A.J.M. “Selecting Double Bond Positions with a Single Cation-Responsive Iridium Olefin Isomerization Catalyst.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2021, 143, 2792-2800.

72. Hu, J.; Bruch, Q.J.; Miller, A.J.M. “Temperature and Solvent Effects on H2 Splitting and Hydricity: Ramifications on CO2 Hydrogenation by a Rhenium Pincer Catalyst.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2021, 143, 945-954.

71. Gonell, S.; Lloret-Fillol, J.; Miller, A.J.M. “An Iron Pyridyl-Carbene Electrocatalyst for Low Overpotential CO2 Reduction to CO.” ACS Catal2021, 11, 615-626.

70. Dodge, H. M.; Kita, M. R.; Chen, C.; Miller, A.J.M. “Identifying and Evading Olefin Isomerization Deactivation Pathways Resulting from Ion-Tunable Hemilability.” ACS Catal2020, 10, 13019-13030.

69. Yoo, C.; Dodge, H. M.; Farquhar, A. H.; Gardner, K. E.; Miller, A.J.M. “Decarbonylative ether dissection by iridium pincer complexes.” Chem. Sci2020, 11, 12130-12138.

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68. Bruch, Q.J.; Connor, G.P.; McMillion, N.D.; Goldman, A.S.; Hasanayn, F.; Holland, P.; Miller, A.J.M. “Considering Electrocatalytic Ammonia Synthesis via Bimetallic Dinitrogen Cleavage.” ACS Catal2020, 10, 10826-10846.

67. Brereton, K.R.; Smith, N.E.; Hazari, N.; Miller, A.J.M. “Thermodynamic and kinetic hydricity of transition metal hydridesChem. Soc. Rev2020, 49, 7929-7948.

66. Stratakes, B.M.; Miller, A.J.M. “H2 Evolution at an Electrochemical “Underpotential” with an Iridium-Based Molecular PhotoelectrocatalystACS Catal2020, 10, 9006-9018.

65. Hochman, G.; Goldman, A.; Felder, F. A.; Mayer, J.; Miller, A. J. M.; Holland, P. L.; Goldman, L.; Manocha, P.; Song, Z.; Aleti, S. “The Potential Economic Feasibility of Direct Electrochemical Nitrogen Reduction as a Route to Ammonia.” ACS Sustainable Chem. Eng. 2020, 8, 8938-8948.

64. Gonell, S.; Assaf, E. A.; Duffee, K.; Schauer, C.K.; Miller, A. J. M. “Kinetics of the Trans Effect in Ruthenium Complexes Provide Insight into the Factors that Control Activity and Stability in CO2 Electroreduction.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2020, 142, 8980-8999.

63. Farquhar, A. H.; Brookhart, M.; Miller, A. J. M. “Oligomerization and Polymerization of 5-ethylidene-2-norbornene by Cationic Palladium and Nickel Catalysts.” Polym. Chem. 2020, 11, 2576-2584.

62. Barrett, S. M.; Stratakes, B. M.; Chambers, M.; Kurtz, D. A.; Pitman, C. L.; Dempsey, J. L.; Miller, A. J. M. “Mechanistic Basis for Tuning Iridium Hydride Photochemistry from H2 Evolution to Hydride Transfer Hydrodechlorination.” Chem. Sci. 2020, 11, 6442-6449.

61. Bruch, Q. J.; Miller, A. J. M. “A Bis(arylphosphinito)amide Pincer Ligand that Binds Nickel Forming Six-Membered Metallacycles.” Polyhedron2020, 179, 114380. (Bercaw 75th Birthday Special Issue.)

60. van Alten, R. S.; Wätjen, F.; Demeshko, S.; Miller, A. J. M.; Würtele, C.; Siewert, I.; Schneider, S. “(Electro-)chemical Splitting of Dinitrogen with a Rhenium Pincer Complex.” Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2020, 15, 1402-1410.

59. Bruch, Q. J.; Connor G.P.; Chen, C.; Holland, P. L.; Mayer, J. M.; Hasanayn, F.; Miller, A. J. M. “Dinitrogen Reduction to Ammonium at Rhenium Utilizing Light and Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2019, 141, 20198-20208.

58. Smith, J. B.; Camp, A. M.; Farquhar, A. H.; Kerr, S. H.; Chen, C.; Miller, A. J. M. “Organometallic Elaboration as a Strategy for Tuning the Supramolecular Characteristics of Aza-Crown Ethers.” Organometallics. 2019, 38, 4392-4398.

57. Lindley, B. M.; Walden, A. G.; Brassachio, A. M.; Casuras, A.; Lease, N.; Chen, C.; Goldman, A. S.; Miller, A. J. M. “Electrochemical  C-H Bond Activation via Cationic Iridium Hydride Pincer Complexes.” Chem. Sci. 2019, 10, 9326-9330.

56.  Brereton, K. R.; Jadrich, C. N.; Stratakes, B. M.; Miller, A. J. M. “Thermodynamic Hydricity across Solvents: Subtle Electronic Effects and Striking Ligation Effects in Iridium Hydrides.” Organometallics. 2019, 38, 3104-3110.

55. Gonell, S.; Massey, M.; Moseley, I.; Schauer, C.; Muckerman, J.; Miller, A. J. M. “The Trans Effect in Electrocatalytic CO2 Reduction: Mechanistic Studies of Asymmetric Ruthenium Pyridyl-Carbene Catalysts.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2019​, 141,  6658-6671.

54. Yoo, C,; Dodge, H.; Miller, A. J. M. “Cation-Controlled Catalysis with Crown Ether-Containing Transition Metal Complexes.” Chem. Comm. 2019, 55, 5047-5059.

53. Wu, L.; Brennaman, M. K.; Nayak, A.; Eberhart, M.; Miller, A. J. M.; Meyer, T. J. “ Stabilization of Ruthenium(II) polypyridyl chromophores on mesoporous TiO2 electrodes: Surface reductive electropolymerization and silane chemistry.” ACS Cent. Sci. 2019, 5, 506-514.

52. Wu, L.; Eberhart, M.; Shan, B.; Nayak, A.; Brennaman, M. K.; Miller, A. J. M.; Shao, J.; Meyer, T. J. ” Stable molecular surface modification of nanostructured, mesoporous metal oxide photoanodes by silane and click chemistry.ACS Appl. Mater. Interfaces. 2019, 11,  4560–4567.

51. Deaton, J.; Taliaferro, C.; Pitman, C.; Czerwieniec, R.; Jakubikova, E.; Miller, A. J. M.; Castellano, F. “Excited state switching between ligand-centered and charge transfer modulated by metal-carbon bonds in cyclopentadienyl iridium complexes.” Inorg. Chem. 2018, 57, 15445-15461.

50. Wang, Y.; Gonell, S.; Mathiyazhagan, U. R.; Liu, Y.; Wang, D.; Miller, A. J. M.; Meyer, T. J. “Simultaneous Electrosynthesis of Syngas and an Aldehyde from CO2 and an Alcohol by Molecular Electrocalysis.” ACS Appl. Energy Mater. 2018, 2, 97-101.

49. Lindley, B. M.; van Alten, R. S.; Finger, M.; Schendzielorz, F.; Würtele, C.; Miller, A. J. M.; Siewert, I.; Schneider, S. “Mechanism of Chemical and Electrochemical N2 Splitting by a Rhenium Pincer Complex.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2018, 140, 27992-27935.

48. Gregor, L. G.; Grajeda, J.; White, P. S.; Vetter, A. J.; Miller, A. J. M. “Salt-Promoted Catalytic Methanol Carbonylation Using Iridium Pincer-Crown Ether Complexes.” Catal. Sci. Technol. 2018, 8, 3133-3143.

Graphical abstract: Salt-promoted catalytic methanol carbonylation using iridium pincer-crown ether complexes

47. Brereton, K.; Bonn, A. G.; Miller, A. J. M. “Molecular Photoelectrocatalysts for Light-Driven Hydrogen Production.ACS Energy Lett. 2018, 3, 1128–1136.


46. Kurtz, D.; Brereton, K.; Ruoff, K.; Tang, H. M.; Felton, G.; Miller, A. J. M.; Dempsey, J. L. “Bathochromic Shifts in Rhenium Carbonyl Dyes Induced Through Destabilitzation of Occupied Orbitals. Inorg. Chem. 2018, 57, 5389–5399

45. Grajeda, J.; Nova, A.; Balcells, D.; Bruch, Q. J.; Wragg, D. S.; Heyn, R. H.; Miller, A. J. M.; Tilset, M. “Synthesis and Characterization of Stable Gold(III) PNP Pincer Complexes.Eur. J. Inorg. Chem. 2018, 3113–3117.

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44. Bruch, Q. J.; Lindley, B. M.; Askevold, B.; Schneider, S.; Miller, A. J. M. “A Ruthenium  Hydrido Dinitrogen Core Conserved across Multielectron/Multiproton Changes to the Pincer Ligand Backbone.Inorg. Chem. 2018, 57, 1964-1975.

43. Camp, A. M.; Kita, M. R.; Grajeda, J.; White, P. S.; Dickie, D. A.; Miller, A. J. M. “Mapping the Binding Modes of Hemilabile Pincer-Crown Ether Ligands in Solution Using Diamagnetic Anisotropic Effects on NMR Chemical Shift.” Inorg. Chem. 2017, 56, 11141-11150.

42. Smith, J. B.; Kerr, S. H.; White, P. S.; Miller, A. J. M. “Thermodynamic Studies of Cation–Macrocycle Interactions in Nickel Pincer–Crown Ether Complexes Enable Switchable Ligation.” Organometallics 2017, 36, 3094-3103.

41. Miller, A. J. M. “Controlling ligand binding for tunable and switchable catalysis: cation-modulated hemilability in pincer-crown ether ligands.” Dalton Trans. 2017, 46, 11987-12000.

Graphical abstract: Controlling ligand binding for tunable and switchable catalysis: cation-modulated hemilability in pincer-crown ether ligands

40. Pitman, C. L.; Miller, A. J. M. “Photochemical Production of Ethane from an Iridium Methyl Complex.” Organometallics 2017,  36, 1906-1914.


39. Lindley, B. M.; Bruch, Q. J.; White, P. S.; Hasanayn, F.; Miller, A. J. M. “Ammonia Synthesis from a Pincer Ruthenium Nitride via Metal-Ligand Cooperative Proton-Coupled Electron Transfer.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2017, 139, 5305-5308.


38. Kita, M. R.; Miller, A . J. M. “An Ion-Responsive Pincer-Crown Ether Catalyst System for Rapid and Switchable Olefin Isomerization.” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2017, 56, 5498-5502.


37. Brereton, K. R.; Bellows, S. M.; Fallah, H.; Lopez, A. A.; Adams, R. M.; Miller, A. J. M.; Jones, W. D.; Cundari, T. R. “Aqueous Hydricity From Calculations of Reduction Potential and Acidity in Water.” J. Phys. Chem. B 2016, 120, 12911–12919.


36. Brereton, K. R.; Pitman, C. L.; Cundari, T. R.; Miller, A. J. M. “Solvent-Dependent Thermochemistry of an Iridium/Ruthenium H2 Evolution Catalyst.” Inorg. Chem. 201655, 12042.


35. Chambers, M. B.; Kurtz, D. A.; Pitman, C. L.; Brennaman, M. K.; Miller, A. J. M. “Efficient Photochemical Dihydrogen Generation Initiated by a Bimetallic Self-Quenching Mechanism.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138, 13509.


34. Lindley, B. M.; Appel, A. M.; Krogh-Jespersen, K.; Mayer, J. M.; Miller, A. J. M. “Evaluating the Thermodynamics of Electrocatalytic N2 Reduction in Acetonitrile.ACS Energy Letters, 2016, 1, 698.


33.  Gregor, L. C.; Grajeda, J.; Kita, M. R.; White, P. S.; Vetter, A. J.; Miller, A. J. M. “Modulating the Elementary Steps of Methanol Carbonylation by Bridging the Primary and Secondary Coordination Spheres.” Organometallics 2016, 35, 3074.


32. Wiedner, E. S.; Chambers, M. B.; Pitman, C. L.; Bullock, R. M.; Miller, A. J. M.; Appel, A. M. “Thermodynamic Hydricity of Transition Metal Hydrides.” Chem. Rev. 2016, 116, 8655.


31. Walden, A. G.; Kumar, A.; Lease, N.; Goldman, A. S.; Miller, A. J. M. “Electrochemical and Chemical Routes to Hydride Loss from an Iridium Hydride.” Dalton Trans. 2016, 45, 9766. (New Talent: Americas Special Issue)


30. Pitman, C. L.; Finster, O. N. L.; Miller, A. J. M. “Cyclopentadiene-Mediated Hydride Transfer from Rhodium Complexes.” Chem. Commun. 2016, 52, 9105. (Emerging Investigators Special Issue)


• For a highlight of this work, see S. K. Ritter, Chemical & Engineering News 201694, 6.

29. Pitman, C. L.; Brereton, K. R.; Miller, A. J. M. “Aqueous Hydricity of Late Metal Catalysts as a Continuum Tuned by Ligands and the Medium.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2016, 138, 2252.


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28. Meek, S. J.; Pitman, C. L.; Miller, A. J. M. “Deducing Reaction Mechanism: A Guide for Students, Researchers, and Instructors.” J. Chem. Ed. 2016, 93, 275.TOC_Alex_2016

27. Grajeda, J.; Kita, M. R.; Gregor, L. C.; White, P. S.; Miller, A. J. M. “Diverse Cation-Promoted Reactivity of Iridium Carbonyl Pincer-Crown Ether Complexes.” Organometallics 2016, 35, 306.


26. Barrett, S. M.; Slattery, S. A.; Miller, A. J. M. “Photochemical Formic Acid Dehydrogenation by Iridium Complexes: Understanding Mechanism and Overcoming Deactivation.” ACS Catalysis 20155, 6320.


25. Smith, J. B.; Miller, A. J. M. “Connecting Neutral and Cationic Pathways in Nickel-catalyzed Insertion of Benzaldehyde into a C−H Bond of Acetonitrile.” Organometallics 2015, 34, 4669.


24. Walden, A. G.; Miller, A. J. M. “Rapid Water Oxidation Electrocatalysis by a Ruthenium Complex of the Tripodal Ligand Tris(2-pyridyl)phosphine Oxide.” Chem. Sci. 2015, 6, 2405.


23. Barrett, S. M.; Pitman, C. L.; Walden, A. G.; Miller, A. J. M. “Photo-Switchable Hydride Transfer from Iridium to 1-Methylnicotinamide Rationalized by Thermochemical Cycles.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 14718.


22. Kita, M. R.; Miller, A. J. M. “Cation-Modulated Reactivity of Iridium Hydride Pincer-Crown Ether Complexes.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 14519.


21. Pitman, C. L.; Miller, A. J. M. “Molecular Photoelectrocatalysts for the Visible Light-Driven Evolution of Hydrogen from Neutral Water.” ACS Catalysis 2014, 4, 2727.



Journal Articles (Prior to UNC)

20. Miller, A. J. M.; Kaminsky, W.; Goldberg, K. I. “Arene Activation at Iridium Facilitates C–O Bond Cleavage of Aryl Ethers.” Organometallics 201433, 1245.

19. Brewster, T. P.; Miller, A. J. M.; Heinekey, D. M.; Goldberg, K. I. “Hydrogenation of Carboxylic Acids Catalyzed by Half-Sandwich Complexes of Iridium and Rhodium.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2013, 135, 16022.

18. Miller, A. J. M.; Heinekey, D. M.; Mayer, J. M.; Goldberg, K. I. “Catalytic Disproportionation of Formic Acid to Generate Methanol.” Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 201352, 3981.

17. Smieja, J. M.; Benson, E. E.; Kumar, B.; Grice, K. A.; Seu, C. S.; Miller, A. J. M.; Mayer, J. M.; Kubiak, C. P. “Kinetic and structural studies, origins of selectivity, and interfacial charge transfer in the artificial photosynthesis of CO.” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 2012109, 15646–15650.

16. Waidmann, C. R.; Miller, A. J. M.; Ng, C.-W. A.; Scheuermann, M. L.; Porter, T. R.; Tronic, T. A.; Mayer, J. M. “Using Combinations of Oxidants and Bases as PCET Reactants: Thermochemical and Practical Considerations.Energy Environ. Sci.2012, 5, 7771–7780.

15. Iluc, V. M.; Miller, A. J. M.; Anderson, J. S.; Monreal, M. J.; Mehn, M. P.; Hillhouse, G. L. “Synthesis and Characterization of Three-Coordinate Ni(III)-Imide Complexes.J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011, 133, 13055-13063.

14. Miller, A. J. M.; Labinger, J. A.; Bercaw, J. E. “Trialkylborane-Assisted CO2 Reduction by Late Transition Metals.Organometallics 2011, 30, 4308-4314.

13. Laskowski, C. A.; Miller, A. J. M.; Hillhouse, G. L.; Cundari, T. R. “A Two-Coordinate Ni Imido Complex that Effects C–H Activation.J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2011, 133, 771-773.

12. West, N. M.; Miller, A. J. M.; Labinger, J. A.; Bercaw, J. E. “Homogeneous Syngas Conversion.Coord. Chem. Rev. 2011, 255, 881-898.

11. Miller, A. J. M.; Labinger, J. A.; Bercaw, J. E. “Homogeneous CO Hydrogenation: Ligand Effects on the Lewis Acid-Assisted Reductive Coupling of Carbon Monoxide.Organometallics 2010, 29, 4499-4516.

10. Deaton, J. C.; Switalski, S. C.; Kondakov, D. Y.; Young, R. H.; Pawlik, T. D.; Giesen, D. J.; Harkins, S. B.; Miller, A. J. M.; Mickenberg, S. F.; Peters, J. C. “E-type Delayed Fluorescence of a Bis(phosphine)-amido Dinuclear Copper(I) Complex.  Harvesting Singlet and Triplet Excitons in OLEDs.J. Am Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 9499-9508.

9. Fulmer, G. R.; Miller, A. J. M.; Sherden, N. H.; Gottlieb, H. E.; Nudelman, A.; Bercaw, J. E.; Stoltz, B. M.; Goldberg, K. I. “NMR Chemical Shifts of Trace Organics and Impurities: Common Laboratory Solvents and Gases in Deuterated Solvents Relevant to the Organometallic Chemist.Organometallics 2010, 29, 2176-2179.

8. Velian, A.; Lin, S.; Miller, A. J. M.; Day, M. D.; Agapie, T. A. “Synthesis and Multielectron Reactivity of a Dinuclear NiI–NiI Complex Supported by a Terphenyl Diphosphine.J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 6296-6297.

7. Wilson, A. D.; Miller, A. J. M.; DuBois, D. L.; Labinger, J. A.; Bercaw, J. E. “Thermodynamic Studies of [H2Rh(diphosphine)2]+ and [HRh(diphosphine)2(CH3CN)]2+ Complexes in Acetonitrile.Inorg. Chem. 2010, 49, 3918-3926.

6. Miller, A. J. M.; Labinger, J. A.; Bercaw, J. E. “Homogeneous CO Hydrogenation: Dihydrogen Activation Involves a Frustrated Lewis Pair Instead of a Platinum Complex.J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 3301-3303.

5. Miller, A. J. M.; Bercaw, J. E. “Dehydrogenation of Amine-boranes with a Frustrated Lewis Pair.Chem. Commun. 2010, 46, 1709-1711.

4. Miller, A. J. M.; Labinger, J. A.; Bercaw, J. E. “Reductive Coupling of Carbon Monoxide in a Rhenium Carbonyl Complex with Pendant Lewis Acids.J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008, 130, 11874-11875.

3. Harkins, S. B.; Mankad, N. P.; Miller, A. J. M.; Szilagyi, R. K.; Peters, J. C. “Probing the electronic structures of [Cu2(μ-XR2)]n+ diamond cores as a function of the bridging X atom (X = N or P) and charge (n = 0, 1, 2).J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2008, 130, 3478-3485.

2. Miller, A. J. M.; Dempsey, J. L.; Peters, J. C. “Long-Lived and Efficient Emission from Mononuclear Amidophosphine Complexes of Copper.Inorg. Chem. 2007, 46, 7244-7246.

1. Iluc, V. M.; Miller, A. J. M.; Hillhouse, G. L. “Synthesis and Characterization of Side-bound Aryldiazo and End-bound Nitrosyl Complexes of Nickel.Chem. Commun. 2005, 5091-5093.


Book Chapters & Editorials (UNC)
2. Miller, A. J. M.; Tonks, I. A. “Let’s Talk About Safety: Open Communication for Safer Labs.” Organometallics2018, 37, 3225-3227.

1. Gonell, S.; Miller, A. J. M. “Carbon Dioxide Electroreduction Catalyzed by Organometallic Complexes” Advances in Organometallic Chemistry, 2018, Volume 70, Chapter 1.


Patent Activity (UNC)
1. Pitman, C. L; Miller, A. J. M. “Electrocatalytic Hydrogen Production Promoted by Visible Light.” U.S. Patent Application PCT/US14/520,930, 2014.



Patent Activity (Prior to UNC)
2. Miller, A. J. M.; Brewster, T. P.; Goldberg, K. I.; Heinekey, D. M.; Mayer, J. M. “Hydrogenation and Disproportionation Catalysis.”U.S. Patent Application PCT/US14/17465, 2014.
1. Peters, J. C.; Miller, A. J. M.; Dempsey, J. L. “Emissive Monomeric Metal Complexes.”
U.S. Patent 7,683,183 B2, 2010.