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Hire Dr. Clinton King
United States
Profile Summary
Subject Matter Expertise
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Work Experience

Content Specialist (sub-contractor)

APSM

August 2014 - November 2015

Instructor

Snow College

August 2008 - May 2014

Education

PhD Chemistry (Chemistry and Biochemistry)

Brigham Young University

August 2014 - August 2019

MS Chemistry (Chemistry and Biochemistry)

University of Illinois

August 2004 - December 2007

BS Chemistry (Chemistry and Biochemistry)

Brigham Young University

August 1997 - August 2004

Certifications
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Publications
JOURNAL ARTICLE
Clinton R. King, Samantha J. Gustafson, Benjamin R. Black, Steven K. Butler, Michael M. Konnick, Roy A. Periana, Brian M. Hashiguchi, Daniel H. Ess(2016). Arene C{\textendash}H Functionalization by p-Block Metal Tl({III}) Occurs at the Borderline of C{\textendash}H Activation and Electron Transfer . Organometallics. American Chemical Society ({ACS})
Phillip E. Wilson, Andrew C. Nyborg, Jason Kenealey, Thomas J. Lowery, Kyrsten Crawford, Clinton R. King, Alisa J. Engan, Joseph L. Johnson, Gerald D. Watt(2006). Evidence for a synergistic salt{\textendash}protein interaction{\textemdash}complex patterns of activation vs. inhibition of nitrogenase by salt . Biophysical Chemistry. 122. (3). p. 184--194. Elsevier {BV}
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Clinton R. King, Samantha J. Gustafson, Daniel H. Ess(2015). The Electronics of {CH} Activation by Energy Decomposition Analysis: From Transition Metals to Main-Group Metals . 163--178Springer Nature