Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology 2000
B.A., Wellesley College 1995
Franz, KJ, Singh, N, Spingler, B, and Lippard, SJ. "Aminotroponiminates as ligands for potential metal-based nitric oxide sensors." Inorganic Chemistry 39.18 (2000): 4081-4092. Full Text
Franz, KJ, and Lippard, SJ. "Nitrosyl transfer from manganese to iron in tropocoronand complexes." Inorganic Chemistry 39.16 (2000): 3722-3723. Full Text
Franz, KJ, and Lippard, SJ. "NO disproportionation reactivity of Fe tropocoronand complexes." Journal of the American Chemical Society 121.45 (1999): 10504-10512. Full Text
Franz, KJ, Lippard, SJ, Marlin, D, and Mascharak, P. "Disproportionation of nitric oxide promoted by a Mn tropocoronand." Chemtracts 12.2 (1999): 135-140.
Franz, KJ, and Lippard, SJ. "Disproportionation of nitric oxide promoted by a Mn tropocoronand." Journal of the American Chemical Society 120.35 (1998): 9034-9040. Full Text
Loehlin, JH, Franz, KJ, Gist, L, and Moore, RH. "Supramolecular Alcohol-Amine Crystals and Their Hydrogen-Bond Patterns." Acta Crystallographica Section B: Structural Science 54.5 (1998): 695-704.
Huang, S-P, Franz, KJ, Arnold, EH, Devenyi, J, and Fish, RH. "Polymer pendant ligand chemistry-5. The selective and competitive removal of Ag+, Hg2+, Cu2+, Pb2+ and Cd2+ ions from aqueous solution utilizing a N-sulfonylethylenebis(dithiocarbamate) ligand anchored on macroporous polystyrene-divinylbenzene beads." Polyhedron 15.23 (1996): 4241-4254. Full Text
Huang, S-P, Li, W, Franz, KJ, Albright, RL, and Fish, RH. "Polymer pendant ligand chemistry. 3. A biomimetic approach to selective metal ion removal and recovery from aqueous solution with polymer-supported sulfonated catechol and linear catechol amide ligands." Inorganic Chemistry 34.11 (1995): 2813-2819.
Huang, S-P, Franz, KJ, Olmstead, MM, and Fish, RH. "Synthetic and structural studies of a linear bis-catechol amide, N,N′-bis(2,3-dihydroxybenzoyl)-1,7-diazaheptane (5-LICAM), and its complexes with Ni2+ and Co2+: Utilization of a polymer-supported, sulfonated analog, 5-LICAMS, as a biomimetic ligand for divalent metal ion removal from aqueous solution." Inorganic Chemistry 34.11 (1995): 2820-2825.