Arthur Cammers

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  • Associate Professor
  • Chemistry
  • Materials
  • Organic
27 Chemistry-Physics Building
859-323-8977
Education

Ph. D. UW-MADISON, 1994

Research

Cammers' Group Research Interests

We study fundamental forces responsible for molecular recognition, hydrogen bonding and weak coulombic interactions. We are also interested in how competitive solvation affects these. 

Condensed Phase π-Stacking

Aromatic interaction is often cited in the conformational control of biological molecules. We have devised a model for water-soluble, face-to-face, center-to-edge (FFCE) π-stacking. Our studies favor the argument that π-stacking is a cohesive aspect of organic molecules that entirely relies on electrostatics.

doi/10.1002/ejoc.200300302

Molecular Recognition of Oxoanions

DOI: 10.1021/ja045067r

DOI: 10.1002/chem.200305468

Chemistry the Choreography that Quickens

Graduate Training

UW-Madison: Synthetic- and Physical- Organic Chemistry, NMR Spectroscopy

Post Graduate Training

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Chemistry: Biochemistry, Protein Structure, NMR Spectroscopy

PubMed Publications*: 
  • Hao, X ;Chen, J.;Cammers, A ;Parkin, S.;Brock, CP "A helical structure with Z' = 10." Acta crystallographica. Section B, Structural science 61, Pt 2 (2005): 218-26. Details. Full text
  • Long, S ;Muthusamy, V ;Willis, PG ;Parkin, S.;Cammers, A "Inversion symmetry and local vs. dispersive interactions in the nucleation of hydrogen bonded cyclic n-mer and tape of imidazolecarboxamidines." Beilstein journal of organic chemistry 4, (0): 23. Details.
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