University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

Dr. Michael J. Carney

Professor

Chemistry

Presentations, Publications and Patents 

   

Presentations

9.    "Student-Faculty Collaborative Research with an Industrial Partner," Michael J. Carney, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs Faculty Forum, UW-Eau Claire, February 27, 2008.

8.    "Synthesis, Structures and Ethylene Polymerization Reactivity of Late Transition Metal Complexes Incorporating Tridentate Imine-Based Ligands," Michael J. Carney, Benjamin M. Schmiege, Jason A. Halfen, and Brooke L. Small, Fall 2005 National ACS Meeting, Washington, D.C., August 2005.

7.    Synthesis and Ethylene Polymerization Reactivity of Chromium(II) and Chromium(III) Complexes Incorporating Pyridinebisimine, Bis(2-pyridylmethyl)amine and Tris(2-pyridylmethyl)amine Ancillary Ligands,” Michael J. Carney, Nicholas J. Robertson, Danah M. Holman and Colleen E. O’Rourke, Spring 2003 National ACS Meeting, New Orleans, LA, March 2003.

6.    “Synthesis and Reactivity of Chromium(II) and Chromium(III) Complexes Incorporating Bis(2-pyridylmethyl)amine and Tris(2-pyridylmethyl)amine Ligands,” Nicholas J. Robertson and Michael J. Carney, Great Lakes Regional ACS Meeting, Minneapolis, MN, June 2002.

5.    "Chromium(III) 2,6-bis(imino)pyridine Complexes as Ethylene Polymerization Catalysts,”  Danah M. Holman (Michael J. Carney), National Conference on Undergraduate Research, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, April 2002.

4.    “Synthesis and Reactivity of Chromium(II) and Chromium(III) Complexes Incorporating Bis(2-pyridylmethyl)amine and Tris(2-pyridylmethyl)amine Ligands,”  Nicholas J. Robertson and Sara S. Hayward (Michael J. Carney), National Conference on Undergraduate Research, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, April 2002.

3.    Catalyst Architecture for Polyethylene Processes”, by A. J. Dondero and M. J. Carney, prepared for presentation during the Maack Conference, Zurich, Switzerland, March 1999.   

2.    “Heterogeneous Polyolefin Catalysts Containing a Silica-Tethered, Cation Forming Activator” by K. -Y. Shih and M. J. Carney, prepared for presentation during MetCon ‘98: “Polymers in Transition”, Houston, Texas, June 1998.

1.    “Heterogeneous Borate Co-catalysts for Metallocene Catalyst Systems” by M. J. Carney and K. -Y. Shih, presented during the 5th International Congress on Metallocene Polymers, Düsseldorf, Germany, March 1998.

 

Publications

22.    "Oligomerization of Ethylene Using New Tridentate Iron Catalysts Bearing a-Diimine Ligands with Pendant S and P Donors" B. L. Small, R. Rios, E. R. Fernandez, D. L. Gerlach, J. A. Halfen, M. J. Carney  Organometallics 2010, 29, 6723-6731.

21.    "Oligomerization of Ethylene Using New Iron Catalysts Bearing Pendant Donor-Modified a-Diimine Ligands" B. L. Small, R. Rios, E. R. Fernandez, M. J. Carney  Organometallics 2007, 26, 1744-1749.

20.    "Alternatives to Pyridinebisimine Ligands: Syntheses and Structures of Metal Complexes Supported by Donor-Modified a-Diimine Ligands" B. M. Schmiege, M. J. Carney, B. L. Small, D. L. Gerlach, J. A. Halfen, Dalton Transactions 2007, 2547-2562.

19.    "Polymerization Catalyst Development:  Collaborative Research With Chevron Phillips Chemical Company" M. J. Carney, CUR Quarterly, September 2006, Vol. 27, No. 1, 22-26.

18.    “Chromium Compounds Without CO and/or Isocyanides” M. J. Carney, Comprehensive Organometallic Chemistry III, Volume 5, Chapter 5, pp. 291-390. Elsevier, London, 2006.

17.    "Octahedral Chromium(III) Complexes Supported by Bis(2-pyridylmethyl)amines:  Ligand Influence on Coordination Geometry and Ethylene Polymerization Activity" M. J. Carney, N. J. Robertson, J. A. Halfen, L. N. Zakharov, A. L. Rheingold  Organometallics 2004, 23, 6184-6190. 

16.    "New Chromium Complexes for Ethylene Oligomerization:  Extended Use of Tridentate Ligands in Metal-Catalyzed Olefin Polymerization" B. L. Small, M. J. Carney, D. M. Holman, C. E. O'Rourke, J. A. Halfen Macromolecules 2004, 37, 4375-4386. 

15.    "Chromium(II) and Chromium(III) Complexes Supported by Tris(2-pyridylmethyl)amine:  Synthesis, Structures, and Reactivity" N. J. Robertson, M. J. Carney, J. A. Halfen  Inorg. Chem. 2003, 42, 6876-6885. 

14.    "Generation of the Highly Reactive Intermediates Cp*2Zr=O and Cp*2Zr=S:  Trapping Reactions with Alkynes, Nitriles, and Dative Ligands" M. J. Carney, P. J. Walsh, F. J. Hollander, R. G. Bergman  Organometallics 1992, 11, 761. 

13.    "Generation, Dative Ligand Trapping, and N-N Bond Cleavage Reactions of the First Monomeric h1-Hydrazido Zirconocene Complex, Cp2Zr=NNPh2.  A Zirconium-Mediated Synthesis of Indoles" P. J. Walsh, M. J. Carney, R. G. Bergman  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1991, 113, 6343.

12.    "Room Temperature Generation of Reactive Intermediates Cp*2Zr=O and Cp*2Zr=S:  Trapping Reactions with Unsaturated Organic Molecules and Dative Ligands" M. J. Carney, P. J. Walsh, R. G. Bergman  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1990, 112, 6426.                   

11.    "Subsite-Differentiated Analogues of Native [4Fe-4S]2+ Clusters:  Preparation of Clusters with Five- and Six-Coordinate Subsites and Modulation of Redox Potentials and Charge Distributions" S. Ciurli, M. Carrie, J. A. Weigel, M. J. Carney, T. D. P. Stack, G. C. Papaefthymiou, R. H. Holm  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1990, 112, 2654.

10.    "A Reactive Organometallic Oxo Intermediate, Cp*2Zr=O:  Generation and Subsequent Trapping Reactions Forming Alkyne and Nitrile Addition Products" M. J. Carney, P. J. Walsh, F. J. Hollander, R. G. Bergman  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1989, 111, 8751.

9.    "Stability Range of Heterometal Cubane-Type Clusters MFe3S4:  Assembly of Double-Cubane Clusters with the ReFe3S4 Core" S. Ciurli, M. J. Carney, G. C. Papaefthymiou, R. H. Holm  Inorg. Chem. 1989, 28, 2696.

8.    "Alternative Spin States in Synthetic Analogues of Biological [4Fe-4S]+ Clusters:  Further Cases of Variable Ground States and the Structure of (Et4N)3[Fe4S4(S-o-C6H4S-t-Bu)4], Containing a Reduced Cluster with a Compressed Tetragonal Distortion" M. J. Carney, G. C. Papaefthymiou, R. B. Frankel, R. H. Holm  Inorg. Chem. 1989, 28, 1497.

7.    "Formation of Bridged [4Fe-4S]2+ Double Cubanes by Site-Specific Reactions:  Electron Transfer Coupling Across Sulfur-Containing Bridges of Variable Length" T. D. P. Stack, M. J. Carney, R. H. Holm  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1989, 111, 1670.

6.    "Ground Spin State Variability in [Fe4S4(SR)4]3-, Synthetic Analogues of the Reduced Clusters in Ferredoxins and Other Iron-Sulfur Proteins:  Cases of Extreme Sensitivity of Electronic State and Structure to Extrinsic Factors" M. J. Carney, G. C. Papaefthymiou, K. Spartalian, R. B. Frankel, R. H. Holm  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1988, 110, 6084.

5.    "Alternative Spin States in Synthetic Analogues of Biological Clusters:  Spin Quartet Ground States and the Structures of [Fe4S4(SPh)4]3- and [Fe4Se4(SPh)4]3- as Their Tetramethylammonium Salts" M. J. Carney, G. C. Papaefthymiou, M. A. Whitener, K. Spartalian, R. B. Frankel, R. H. Holm  Inorg. Chem. 1988, 27, 346.

4.    "Comparative Electronic Properties of Vanadium-Iron-Sulfur and Molybdenum-Iron-Sulfur Clusters Containing Isoelectronic Cubane-Type [VFe3S4]2+ and [MoFe3S4]3+ Cores" M. J. Carney, J. A. Kovacs, Y.-P. Zhang, G. C. Papaefthymiou, K. Spartalian, R. B. Frankel, R. H. Holm  Inorg. Chem. 1987, 26, 719.

3.    "Demonstration of Alternative Spin States in Clusters Containing the Biologically Relevant [Fe4S4]+ Core" M. J. Carney, R. H. Holm, G. C. Papaefthymiou, R. B. Frankel  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1986, 108, 3519.

2.    "Ferrocene Derivatives as Metalloprotein Redox Probes:  Electron Transfer Reactions of Ferrocene and Ferricenium Ion Derivatives with Cytochrome c" M. J. Carney, J. S. Lesniak, M. D. Likar, J. R. Pladziewicz  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1984, 106, 2565.

1.    "Reduction of Ferricenium Ion by Horse Heart Ferrocytochrome c" J. R. Pladziewicz, M. J. Carney  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 1982, 104, 3544.

 

Issued Patents

24.    US Patent 7,977,269 "Diimine Metal Complexes, Method of Synthesis, and Methods of Using in Oligomerization and Polymerization" (2011) (assigned to Chevron Phillips Chemical Company)

23.    US Patent 7,728,161 "Diimine Metal Complexes, Method of Synthesis, and Methods of Using in Oligomerization and Polymerization" (2010) (assigned to Chevron Phillips Chemical Company)

22.    US Patent 7,728,160 "Diimine Metal Complexes, Method of Synthesis, and Methods of Using in Oligomerization and Polymerization" (2010) (assigned to Chevron Phillips Chemical Company)

21.    US Patent 7,727,296 "Diimine Metal Complexes, Method of Synthesis, and Methods of Using in Oligomerization and Polymerization" (2010) (assigned to Chevron Phillips Chemical Company)

20.    US Patent 7,271,121"Diimine Metal Complexes, Method of Synthesis, and Methods of Using in Oligomerization and Polymerization" (2007) (assigned to Chevron Phillips Chemical Company)

19.    US Patent 7,268,096 "Diimine Metal Complexes, Method of Synthesis, and Methods of Using in Oligomerization and Polymerization" (2007) (assigned to Chevron Phillips Chemical Company)

18.    US Patent 7,129,304 "Diimine Metal Complexes, Method of Synthesis, and Methods of Using in Oligomerization and Polymerization" (2006) (assigned to Chevron Phillips Chemical Company)

17.    US Patent 6,559,090 "Metallocene and Constrained Geometry Catalyst Systems Employing Agglomerated Metal Oxide/Clay Support-Activator and Method of Their Preparation" (2003) (assigned to W. R. Grace)

16.    US Patent 6,489,410  “Supported Catalyst Composition for Polymerization of Olefins” (2002) (assigned to W. R. Grace)

15.    US Patent 6,399,535 "Coordination Catalyst Systems Employing Agglomerated Metal Oxide/Clay Support-Activator and Method of Their Preparation" (2002) (assigned to W. R. Grace)

14.    US Patent 6,329,315  “Frangible Spray Dried Agglomerated Supports, Method for Making Such Supports, and Olefin Polymerization Catalysts Supported Thereon” (2001) (assigned to W. R. Grace)

13.    US Patent 6,313,061  “Method of Making Frangible Spray Dried Agglomerated Supports and Olefin Polymerization Catalysts Supported Thereon” (2001) (assigned to W. R. Grace)

12.    US Patent 6,228,792  “Donor-modified Olefin Polymerization Catalysts” (2001) (assigned to W. R. Grace)

11.    US Patent 6,087,293  “Supported Catalyst Containing Tethered Cation Forming Activator” (2000) (assigned to W. R. Grace and The Dow Chemical Company)

10.    US Patent 5,780,698  “Olefin Oligomerization Catalyst and Process Employing and Preparing Same” (assigned to Chevron Chemical Company)

9.    US Patent 5,684,100 “Cyclopentadienyl Group 6B Metal Alpha-Olefin Polymerization Catalysts and Process for Polymerizing Alpha-Olefins” (assigned to Chevron Chemical Company)

 

8.    US Patent 5,593,931 “Cyclopentadienyl Group 6B Metal Alpha-Olefin Polymerization Catalysts and Process for Polymerizing Alpha-Olefins” (assigned to Chevron Chemical Company)

 

7.    US Patent 5,418,200  “Cyclopentadienyl Group 6B Metal Alpha-Olefin Polymerization Catalysts and Process for Polymerizing Alpha-Olefins” (assigned to Chevron Chemical Company)

 

6.    US Patent 5,399,634 “Alpha-Olefin Polymerization Catalysts Comprising Supported Cyclopentadienyl Group 6B Metal Oxo, Thio, Imido and Phosphido Compounds and Process for Polymerizing Alpha-Olefins” (assigned to Chevron Chemical Company)

 

5.    US Patent 5,393,720 “Alpha-Olefin Polymerization Catalysts Comprising Supported Cyclopentadienyl Group 6B Metal Oxo, Thio, Imido and Phosphido Compounds and Process for Polymerizing Alpha-Olefins” (assigned to Chevron Chemical Company)

 

4.    US Patent 5,320,996 “Alpha-Olefin Polymerization Catalysts Comprising Supported Cyclopentadienyl Group 6B Metal Oxo, Thio, Imido and Phosphido Compounds and Process for Polymerizing Alpha-Olefins” (assigned to Chevron Chemical Company)

 

3.    US Patent 5,302,674 “Dimeric and Tetrameric Cyclopentadienyl Group 6B Metal Alpha-Olefin Polymerization Catalysts and Process for Polymerizing Alpha-Olefins” (assigned to Chevron Chemical Company)

 

2.    US Patent 5,240,895 “Dimeric and Tetrameric Cyclopentadienyl Group 6B Metal Alpha-Olefin Polymerization Catalysts and Process for Polymerizing Alpha-Olefins” (assigned to Chevron Chemical Company)

 

1.    EP 509,294 B1  “Cyclopentadienyl Group 6B Metal Alpha-Olefin Polymerization Catalysts and Process for Polymerizing Alpha-Olefins” (assigned to Chevron Chemical Company)

 

Published Patent Applications

3.    WO 97/48742 “Aggregate Supports and Olefin Polymerization Catalysts Supported Thereon”  (1997) (W. R. Grace)

 

2.    WO 97/20216  “Organically Modified Inorganic Oxides Using Silane-Modified Inorganic Oxides” (1997) (W. R. Grace)

 

1.    WO 96/23006 “Cyclopentadienyl Group 6B Metal-Alkali Metal Alpha-Olefin Polymerization Catalysts and Their Use in Polymerization Processes” (1996) (Chevron)

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