James D. Martin, Professor of Chemistry, North Carolina State University

  1. “Advancing a Culture of Teaching at Research Universities” Emily R. Miller, Micheal Dennin, Andrew Feig, Noah Finkelstein, Andrea F. Greenhoot, Michael Hildreth, Adam K. Leibovich, James D. Martin, Mark B. Moldwin, Diane K. O’Dowd, Lynmarie A. Posey, Zachary D. Schultz,Tobin L. Smith CBE Life Sci. Educ, 2017, accepted.
  2. From Rate Measurements to Mechanistic Data for Condensed Matter Reactions: A case study using the crystallization of [Zn(OH2)6][ZnCl4]”  Berkley G. Hillis, Bradley P. Losey, James Weng, Nezar Ghaleb, Feier Hou and James D. Martin*, Crystals 2017, 7, 11 (1-16); doi:10.3390/cryst7010011.
  3. “Nanostructure Diffraction Analysis of a Copper/Single Walled Carbon Nanotube Nanocomposite Synthesized by Laser Surface Implanting"  Jay Tu, Nilesh Rajule, Yi Liu, and James D. Martin, Carbon, 2017, 113, 1-9.
  4. “The Ionic Liquid Character of Zinc Chloride Hydrates Define Solvent Characteristics that Afford Solubility of Cellulose”  Sabgganutra Sen,a Bradly P. Losey,b Elijah E. Gordon,b Dimitris S. Argyropoulos,a and James D. Martin*, J. Phys. Chem. B, 2016, 120, 1134-1141. DOI: 10.1021/acs.jpcb.5b11400.
  5. “Synthesis of a luminescent nitroxobenzene oligomer by Lewis acid facilitated dehydration of nitrobenzene.” Robert J. Wilcox, Jacob C. W. Folmer, Justin G. Kennemur, James D. Martin* Polyhedron, 2015, 103, 35-43. doi:10.1016/j.poly.2015.07.077.
  6. “Transition zone theory of crystal growth and viscosity.” Feier Hou, James D. Martin*, Eric D. Dill, Jacob C. W. Folmer, Amanda A. Josey, Chem Mater, 2015, 27, 3526-3532, DOI: 10.1021/acs.chemmater.5b00956.
  7. “Improve Undergraduate STEM Education” Stephen Bradforth, William Dichtel, Adam K Leibovich, Andrew L. Feig, James Martin, Karen Bjorkman, Zachary Schultz, Emily Miller and Toby Smith, Nature, 2015, 523, 282-284.
  8. “Crystalline and Liquid Structure of Zinc Chloride Tri-hydrate:  A unique ionic liquid.”  Robert J. Wilcox, Bradley P. Losey, Jacob C. W. Folmer, James D. Martin*, Matthias Zeller, and Roger Sommer, Inorg. Chem., 2015, 54, 1109-1119.DOI: 10.1021/ic5024532
  9. “Simulating crystallization to elucidate the parameter space in the KJMA condensed phase transformation model.”  Eric D. Dill, Jacob C. W. Folmer, James D. Martin*, Chem. Mater., 2013, 25, 3941-3951, DOI: 10.1021/cm402751x.
  10. “Experimental determination of the crystallization phase boundary velocity in the halozeotype CZX-1.”  Eric D. Dill, Amanda A. Josey, Jacob C.W. Folmer, Feier Hou, James D. Martin*, Chem. Mater., 2013, 25, 3932-3940, DOI: 10.1021/cm402745e
  11. “A Review of Cellulose Non-Derivatizing Solvent Interactions with Emphasis on Activity in Inorganic Molten Salt Hydrates” Sanghamitra Sen,†, James D. Martin*, Dimitris S. Argyropoulos*, Sustain. Chem & Eng., 2013, 1, 858-870,DOI:
  12. "The Effect of Axial Interactions on the Formation of Mesophases: Comparison of the Phase Behavior of Dialkyl 2,2’-bipyridyl-4,4’-dicarboxylate Complexes of Pt(II), Pt(IV), and Pt(II)/Pt(IV) Molecular Alloys" Author(s): Allenbaugh, Rachel; Schauer, Cynthia;* Josey, Amanda; Martin, James; Anokhin, Denis; Ivanov, Dimitri, Chem. Mater., 2012, 24. 4517-4530.
  13. “Reassessing Helical Polycarbodiimide Regioregularity Using Solution Infrared Spectroscopy”  Justin Kennemur, Joseph DeSousa, James D. Martin, Bruce M. Novak, Macromolecules, 2011, 44, 5064-5067.
  14. “Goldilocks Effect in Magnetic Bistability: Remote Substituent Modulation and Lattice Control of Photoinduced Valence Tautomerism and Light-Induced Thermal Hysteresis”  Robert D. Schmidt, David A. Shultz*, James. D. Martin, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2010, 132, 6261-6273.
  15. “Magnetic Bistability in a Cobalt bis(Dioxolene) Complex: Long-Lived Photoinduced Valence Tautomerism and Light-Induced Thermal Hysteresis” Robert D. Schmidt, David A. Shultz*, James. D. Martin, Paul D. Boyle, Inorganic Chemistry, 2010, 49, 3162-3168.
  16. “Mixed Anion (Phosphate/Oxalate) Bonding to Iron(III)Materials” Fiona J. R. Kizewski, Paul D. Boyle , Dean Hesterberg, James Martin*,  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2010, 132, 2301-2308.
  17. “Coupled orientational and displacive degrees of freedom in the high temperature plastic phase of carbon tetrabromide, a-CBr4.” Jacob C.W. Folmer, Ray L. Withers, T.R. Welberry, and James D.Martin*, Phys. Rev. B., 2008, 77, 144205:1-10.
  18. “Effect of Matrix Crystal Structure on Ion Abundance of Carbohydrates by Matrix-assisted Laser Desorption/Ionization Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry” Taufika Islam Williams, Diana A. Saggese, Robert J. Wilcox, James D. Martin, and David C. Muddiman, Rapid Commun.  Mass Spec., 2007, 21, 807-811.
  19. Stability of Organically-Modified Montmorillonites and Their Polystyrene Nanocomposites After Prolonged Thermal Treatment.  David J. Frankowski, Michael D. Capracotta, James D. Martin, Saad A. Khan and Richard J. Spontak*, Chem. Mat., 2007, 19, 2757-2767.
  20. “Sorptive Reconstruction of CuMCl4 (M = Al and Ga) Upon Small Molecule Binding and The Competitive Binding of CO and Ethylene.” Michael D. Capracotta, Roger M. Sullivan and James D. Martin*, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2006, 128, 13463-13473.
  21. “XANES Evidence for Phosphate Bonding Mode on Ferrihydrite” Nidhi Khare, James D. Martin, and Dean L. Hesterberg*, Geo. Chim. Acta 2007, 18, 4405-4415
  22. “Hydrogen Bonding in Metal Halides: Lattice Effects and Electronic Distortions”  James D. Martin*.  Inorg. Chem. Focus III, 2006, 267-277.
  23. “Metallotropic Liquid Crystals:  Surfactant Induced Order in Molten Metal Halides,” James D. Martin*, Cristin L. Keary, Todd A. Thornton, Mark P. Novotnak, Jeremey W. Knutson and Jacob C. W. Folmer, Nature Materials, 2006, 5, 271-275 (Cover Feature).
  24. “Benzene and Ethylene Binding to Copper(I)-Ziconium(IV) Chloride Materials:  The Crystal Structure and Solid State Reactivity of ((bz)2Cu)2Zr2Cl10•bz,” Andrew M. Dattelbaum and James D. Martin*, Polyhedron, 2006, 25, 349-359.
  25. “Property Development in Nanocomposite Thermoplastic Elastomer Gels” Guillermo J. van Maanen, Sabrina L. Seeley, Michael D. Capracotta, Scott A. White, Rudolf R. Bukovnik, Juergen Hartmann, James D. Martin, Richard J. Spontak*, Langmuir, 2005, 21, 3106-3115.
  26. “Tuning the Band Gap in Hybrid Tin Iodide Perovskite Semiconductors” Jeremy L. Knutson, James D. Martin*, and David B. Mitzi, Inorg. Chem. 2005, 44, 4699-4705.
  27. “Amorphous Materials Engineering:  Designing Structure in Liquid and Glassy Metal Halide Networks”  James D. Martin*, Ceram. Trans., 2004, 170, 57-67.
  28. “Morphological, mechanical and gas-transport characteristics of crosslinked poly(propylene glycol): homopolymers, nanocomposites and blendes”  Nakunj P. Patel, Christopher M. Aberg, Angelica M. Sanchez, Michael D. Capracotta, James D. Martin and Richard J. Spontak*.  Polymer, 2004, 45, 5941-5950.
  29. “XANES investigation of phosphate sorption in single and binary systems of iron and aluminum oxide minerals” Nidhi Khare, Dean Hesterberg*, and James D. Martin. Environmental Science and Technology, 2005, 39, 2152-2160.
  30. “Synthesis of [NH4]MnCl2(OAc), a One-Dimensional Antiferromagnet, by Solvothermal Dehydration”  James D. Martin*, Ryan F. Hess, and Paul D. Boyle.  Inorg. Chem., 2004, 43, 3242-3247.  
  31. “Transport Properties of Hectorite Based Nanocomposite Single-ion Conductors”  Ruchi G. Singhal, Michael D. Capracotta, James D. Martin, Peter S. Fedkiw*, Saad A. Khan.  Journal of Power Sources, 2004, 128, 247-255.
  32. Dynamic Disorder in the Crystalline Monomer of Polycarbonate.”  Justyna E. Wolak, Jeremey E. Knutson, James D. Martin, Paul D. Boyle, Alan J. Sargent, and Jeffery L. White* J. Phys Chem. B, 2003, 107,13293-13299.
  33. “Solid State Devices”  James D. Martin* in CHEMISTRY The MacMillan Science Library, Eds. J.J. Lagowski, A. J. Banks, T. Holme, D. Kolb, H. Silber.  Thomson/Gale: New York. 2004, Vol. 4, pp. 142-148.
  34. Sorptive Reconstruction of the CuAlCl4 Framework upon Reversible Ethylene Binding, Roger M. Sullivan, Haiming Liu, D. Steve Smith, Jon Hanson, Derek Osterhout, Mike Ciraolo Clare P. Grey and James D. Martin*, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2003, 125, 11065-11079.
  35. Electrical and Magnetic Properties, and Electronic Structure of RMo8O14 Compounds (R = La, Ce, Pr, Nd, Sm) Containing Bicapped Mo8 Clusters, Régis Gautier,  Ole Krogh Andersen, Patrick Gougeon*,  Jean-François Halet, Enric Canadell* and James D. Martin, Inorg. Chem., 2002, 41, 4689-4699.
  36. Designing Intermediate Range Order in Amorphous Materials,  James D. Martin*,  Stephen J. Goettler, Nathalie Fosse, and Lennox Iton, Nature., 2002, 419, 381-384.
  37. Synthesis and Characterization of Cu2ZrCl6:, A Thermochromic, van Vleck Paramagnet, Andrew M. Dattelbaum, Liang He, Frank Tsui and James D. Martin*, J. Alloys and Comp., 2002, 338, 173-184.
  38. Structure/Property Relationships in Ionic Liquids:  A Consideration of Shape, Charge Density and Composition. James D. Martin*, Industrial Applications of Ionic Liquids,  ACS Symposium Series vol 818. (reviewed) Ed. R. Rogers.  2002, 413-427.
  39. Kinetics and Mechanism of the b- to a-CuAlCl4 Phase Transition:  A Time Resolved 63Cu MAS-NMR and Powder Diffraction Study. Haiming Liu, Roger M. Sullivan, Jon Hanson, Clare Grey and James D. Martin*, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2001, 123, 7564-7573.
  40. From the Wood-Shop to Crystal Engineering:  Teaching Three-Dimensional Chemistry, James D. Martin*, J. Chem. Ed., 2001, 1195-1197.
  41. Templated Synthesis of Cuprous Chloride Networks:  The Synthesis and Characterization of [Hpy]Cu3Cl6 and {[H3NMe]6Cl}[H3NMe]2Cu9Cl16.  James D. Martin*, Jincai Yang, and Andrew M. Dattelbaum, Chem. Mater., 2001, 13, 392-399.
  42. Molecular scale characteristics of Cu(II) bonding in goethite-humate complexes.  T. E. Alcacio, D. Hesterberg*, J. W. Chou, J. D. Martin, S. Beauchemin, D. E. Sayers. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2001, 65, 1355-1366.
  43. Understanding the Structural Fine Tuning of Reduced Rare-Earth Metal Halides. M. Köckerling,  and  J. D. Martin*, Inorg. Chem., 2001, 40, 389-395.
  44. An Illuminating Framework:  Understanding the Photoluminescence of CuAlCl4.  R. M. Sullivan and J. D. Martin*, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1999, 121, 10092-10097.
  45. “Benzene-copper(I) Coordination in a Bimetallic Chain Complex.”  A. M. Dattelbaum and J. D. Martin*, Inorg. Chem.,1999, 38, 6200-6205.
  46. Liquid Crystalline Zinc Chloride,  J. D. Martin* and T. A. Thornton, “Liquid Crystal Materials and Devices” Ed. T. J. Bunning, Proc. Mat. Res. Soc., 1999, 559, 243-248.
  47. Understanding The Photoluminescence Of Copper Aluminum Halide Phosphors.  R. M. Sullivan and J. D. Martin*, “Luminescent Materials” Ed. J. McKittrick,  Proc. Mat. Res. Soc., 1999, 560, 39-44.
  48. Metal Halide Analogs of Oxides:  A Building Block Approach to the Rational Synthesis of Solid State Materials.  J. D. Martin*, A. M. Dattelbaum, R. M. Sullivan, T. A. Thornton, J. Wang, and M. T. Peachey.  Chem. Mater., 1998, 10, 2699-2713. (Review for Solid-State Chem Issue)
  49. [H2NMe2]CuZrCl6:  Hydrogen Bond Induced Distortions in a Copper Zirconium-Halide Analog of a Thiophosphate.  A. M. Dattelbaum and J. D. Martin*.  Inorg. Chem., 1999, 38, 2369-2374.
  50. [(H2NEt2)2][CuCl4]}[AlCl4]:  Hydrogen-Bonded Framework Construction of the First Anti-Zeotype.  J. D. Martin* and B. R. Leafblad.  Angew. Chem., 1998, 37, 3318-3320.  (Cover feature)
  51. Metal Halide Framework Solids:  Analogs of Aluminosilicates and Aluminophosphates.  J. D. Martin*.  New Directions in Materials Synthesis,  ACS Symposium in Print. (reviewed) Eds. C. H. Winter and D. M. Hoffman.  1999, 727, 28-38.
  52. a- and b- CuAlCl4:  Framework Construction Using Corner Shared Tetrahedral Metal-Halide Building Blocks.  J. D. Martin*, B. R. Leafblad, R. M. Sullivan, and P. D. Boyle.  Inorg. Chem., 1998, 37, 1341-1346.
  53. The Synthesis, Crystal Structures and Magnetic Properties of Sc19Br28Z4 Compounds with Z = Mn, Fe, Re, or Os.  Structural and Bonding Trends in R16X20Z4-type Oligomers.  J. D. Martin and S. J. Steinwand, and J. D. Corbett*.  Inorg. Chem., 1997, 36, 6413-6422.
  54. Beyond the Textbook:  A First Year Introduction to Research at a Research I University.  J. D. Martin*.  J. Chem. Ed., 1998, 75, 325-327.
  55. Reprinted by invitation in Crucible, 1999, 30, 6-10.
  56. Halo-Zeotypes:  A New Generation of Zeolite-type Materials.  J. D. Martin* and K. B. Greenwood.  Angew. Chem.1997, 36, 2072-75.
  57. Mn2(O2CCH3)2:  Solvothermal Synthesis of an Unprecedented 3-Dimensional Mn(II) Network.  J. D. Martin* and R. F. Hess.  J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Commun., 1996, 2419-20.
  58. a-K4R6I14Os  (R = La, Pr):  A Novel Iodine-Rich Structure with a Layered Network of Electron-Poor Clusters.  An Incipient Delocalized System with Metal-Like Conductivity.  S. Uma, J. D. Martin, and J. D. Corbett*,  Inorg. Chem., 1999, 38, 3825-3830.
  59. New Condensed Cluster Structure with Triple Metal Layers:  La2INi2 and La2ICu2.  Synthesis, Structure and Bonding.  S-T. Hong, J. D. Martin, J. D. Corbett*. Inorg. Chem., 1998, 37, 3385-3390.
  60. Three Types of Condensed Cluster Phases of Rare-Earth Metal Iodides with Transition Metal Interstitials:  Pr4I5Ni, Pr3I3Os3, Pr2INi2 and La2IZ2.  Y. Park, J. D. Martin and J. D. Corbett*.  J. Solid State Chem., 1997, 129, 227-286.
  61. Two Closely Related Structure Types with Unprecedented Bioctahedral Rare-Earth-Metal Clusters Centered by Transition Metals:  A2R10I17Z2 (A = Rb, Cs;  R = La, Ce, Pr;  Z = Co, Ni, Ru, Os)  And La10I15Os2.  M. Lulei, J. D. Martin, L. M. Hoistad, and J. D. Corbett*.  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1996, 119, 513-20.
  62. Two New Examples for the Unusual R12I17Z2-Structure Type:  La12I17Fe2 and Ce12I17Mn2.  M. Lulei, J. D. Martin and J. D. Corbett*.  J. Solid State Chem., 1996, 125, 249-254.
  63. p-Stabilized, yet Reactive, Half-Sandwich Cp*Ru(PR3)X Compounds:  Synthesis, Structure and Bonding.  T. J. Johnson, K. Folting, W. E. Streib, J. D. Martin, J. C. Huffmann, S. A. Jackson, O. Eisenstein, and K. G. Caulton*.  Inorg. Chem., 1995, 34, 488-99.
  64. LaI:  An Unprecedented Binary Rare‑Earth‑Metal Monohalide with a NiAs‑Type Structure.  J. D. Martin and J. D. Corbett*.  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., 1995, 34, 233-35, [Angew. Chemie, 1995, 107, 234].
  65. Covalent Linkage of [Mn4O2(O2CPh)6(dbm)2] into a Dimer and a One-dimensional Polymer (dbmH = dibenzoylmethane).  S. Wang, H.-L. Tsai, K. Folting, J. D. Martin, D. N. Hendrickson, and G. Christou*.  J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Commun., 1994, 671-73.
  66. Preparation, X‑ray Structures, Conductivities and Electronic Structures of [ET]3[NiCl4]·H2O and [ET]3[AuBr4].  J. D. Martin, E. Canadell, J. C. Fitzmaurice, A. M. Z. Slawin, D. J. Williams and J. D. Woollins*.  J. Chem. Soc. Dalton Trans., 1994, 1995-2004.
  67. Novel Chain and Oligomeric Condensed Cluster Phases for Gadolinium Iodides with Manganese Interstitials.  M. Ebihara, J. D. Martin and J. D. Corbett*.  Inorg. Chem., 1994, 33, 2079-84.
  68. Stepwise Activation of s‑Thiophenyl Ligands at Ditungsten Centers.  M. H. Chisholm*, S. T. Haubrich, J. D. Martin, and W. E. Streib.  J. Chem. Soc. Chem. Commun., 1994, 683-4.
  69. Comparison of the Electronic Structures of the BEDT‑TTF4[M(CN)4] (M = Ni, Pt) and BEDT‑TTF4[M(C2O4)2] (M = Pt, Cu) salts.  Structural Requirements for Hidden Fermi Surface Nesting.  J. D. Martin, M.‑L. Doublet and E. Canadell*.  J. Phys I, 1993, 3, 2451-61.
  70. [Et3PH][W4O3Cl7(PEt3)3].  A 12‑Electron Tetrahedral Tungsten Cluster with an Interesting Arrangement of Ligands.  J. T. Barry, S. T. Chacon, M. H. Chisholm*, K. Folting, and J. D. Martin.  J. Cluster Sci., 1993, 4, 259-69.
  71. A Structural and Electronic Study of Donors Composed of Two TTF Moieties Linked by Tellurium Bridges.  J. D. Martin, E. Canadell*, J. Y. Becker and J. Bernstein.  Chem. Mater., 1993, 5, 1199-203.
  72. Carbon‑Carbon Coupling of a m‑Ethynyl Ligand with an Isocynide at a Ditungsten Center. Preparation and Structure of W2(m‑CCCNHXyl)(OSiMe2But)5(Nxyl)4, where Xyl = 2,6‑Me2C6H3.  M. H. Chisholm*, C. M. Cook, J. C. Huffman, and J. D. Martin.  Organometallics, 1993, 12, 2354-59.
  73. Doubly‑Hydrated Hexafluoroacetylacetone as a Tetradentate Ligand:  Synthesis, Magnetochemistry, and Thermal Transformations of a MnIII2 Complex.  E. Bouwman, K. G.Caulton, G. Christou*, K. Folting, C. Gasser, D. N. Hendrickson, J. C. Huffman, E. B. Lobkovsky, J. D. Martin, P. Michel, H.‑L. Tsai and Z. Xue.  Inorg. Chem., 1993, 32, 3463-70.
  74. A New Vanadium (V) Persulfide Complex:  (NEt4)[VO(S2)2(bpy)].  S. L. Castro, J. D. Martin and G. Christou*.  Inorg. Chem., 1993, 32, 2978-80.
  75. Triple Bonds Between Tungsten Atoms with Ancillary Dimesitylboroalkoxide Ligands.  Preparations, Properties and Structures of W2(NMe2)4[OB(Mes)2]2 and W2(OBut)4[OB(Mes)2].  M. H. Chisholm*, K. Folting, S. T. Haubrich, and J. D. Martin.  Inorg. Chimica Acta, 1993, 213, 17-24.
  76. A Comparison of Heterometallic Alkoxide Molecules Containing Copper(I) or Copper(II) and Zirconium.  B. A. Vaartstra, J. A. Samuels, E. H. Barash, J. D. Martin, W. E. Streib, C. Gasser, and K. G. Caulton*.  J. Organomet. Chem., 1993, 449, 191-201.
  77. A Tetranuclear Tungsten Carbido Alkoxide Cluster with a Hydride Ligand: W4(m4‑C)(NMe)(OCH2‑t‑Bu)11(H).  M. H. Chisholm*, V. Johnston, J. D. Martin, E. Lobkovskey and J. C. Huffman.  J. Cluster Chem., 1993, 4, 105-17.
  78. Two New Structural Types for d3‑d3 Tungsten Dimers:  [K(18‑crown‑6)]+ [Mo2(OCH2‑t‑Bu)7]‑ and W2(P(c‑hexyl)2)3)(OCH2‑t‑Bu)3(HP(c‑hexyl)2).  T. A. Budzichowski, M. H. Chisholm*, J. D. Martin, J. C. Huffman, K. G. Moodley, and W. E. Streib.  Polyhedron, 1993, 12, 343-5.
  79. A Construction Principle of the k‑Phase Based on the Efficient (OH)donor…O(anion) Structural Functionality:  The examples of k‑(EDT‑TTF(CH2OH)2X, (X = ClO4‑ and ReO4‑).  P. Blanchard, K. Boubekeur, M. Sallé, G. Duguay, M. Jubault, A. Gorgues, J. D. Martin, E. Canadell, P. Auban‑Senzier, D. Jérome and P. Batail*.  Adv. Mater., 1992, 4, 579-81.
  80. The Tungsten‑Tungsten Triple Bond. 19.  Preparation and Characterization of W26+‑Containing Compounds Supported by Amide/Alkoxide and Trifluromethanesulfonate Ligands.  M. H. Chisholm*, K. S. Kramer, J. D. Martin, J. C. Huffman, E. B. Lobkovsky and W. E. Streib.  Inorg. Chem., 1992, 31, 4469-74.
  81. Molecular Interactions, Band Structure and BEDT‑TTF Oxidation States in the Molecular Conductor (BEDT‑TTF)3[V(dmit)3]2.  J. D. Martin, and E. Canadell*.  Inorg. Chem., 1992, 31, 3176-8.
  82. The Tungsten‑Tungsten Triple Bond.  Part 17.  Mixed Amido‑Phosphido Compounds of Formula M2(PR2)2(NMe2)4.  Comparisons of Amido and Phosphido Ligation and Bridged and Unbridged Isomers.  W. E. Buhro, M. H. Chisholm*, K. Folting, J. C. Huffman, J. D. Martin, and W. E. Streib.  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1992, 114, 557-70.
  83. Anti‑Perovskite Structure with Ternary Tetrathiafulvalenium Salts:  Construction, Distortion, Antiferromagnetic Ordering.  P. Batail*, C. Livage,  S. S. P. Parkin, C. Coulon, J. D. Martin, and E. Canadell.  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., 1991, 30, 1498-1500 [Angew. Chemie, 1991, 103, 1508-10].
  84. Understanding the Reactivity Trends by Structural and Theoretical Studies of Distortions in the Ground State Reagents.  S. A. Jackson, O. Eisenstein*, J. D. Martin, A. C. Albeniz, R. H. Crabtree.  Organometallics, 1991, 10, 3062.
  85. A Visible Spectrometer.  J. D. Martin*.  J. Chem. Ed., 1990, 67, 1061.
  86. 12‑Electron Tetranuclear Tungsten Alkoxide Clusters are Not Tetrahedral.  Preparation, Structure and Bonding in W4(O)(O‑i‑Pr)10 and W4Cl(O)(O‑i‑Pr)9.  Comparisons with the Bonding in Carbonyl Clusters.  M. H. Chisholm*, C. E. Hammond, J. C. Huffman, and J. D. Martin.  Polyhedron, 1990, 9, 1829-41.
  87. Comments on the Molecular Structure and Bonding in W4Cl(O)(O‑i‑Pr)9 and W4(O)(O‑i‑Pr)10.  Analogies with Tetranuclear Carbonyl Clusters.  M. H. Chisholm*, C. E. Hammond, J. C. Huffman, and J. D. Martin.  Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. Engl., 1989, 28, 1368-70  [Angew. Chemie, 1989, 101, 1399].
  88. Reactions Involving Carbon Dioxide and Mixed Amido‑Phosphido Dinuclear Compounds:   M2(NMe2)4(PR2)2,  (M≡M) where M = Mo and W.  A Comparative Study of the Insertion of Carbon Dioxide into Metal‑Nitrogen and Metal‑Phosphorus Bonds.  W. E. Buhro, M. H. Chisholm*, J. D. Martin, J. C. Huffman, K. Folting, and W. E. Streib.  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1989, 111, 8149-8156.
  89. Synthesis of Hexakis(dimethylamide)ditungsten.  M. H. Chisholm* and J. D. Martin.  Inorg. Syn., 1992, 29, 137-40.
  90. The Tungsten‑Tungsten Triple Bond 16.  Bis(Cyclopentadienyl)‑ and Bis(Indenyl)‑ Tetradimethylamideditungsten (WºW).  M. H. Chisholm*, M. J. Hampden‑Smith, J. C. Huffman, J. D. Martin, K. A. Stahl, and  K. G. Moodley. Polyhedron, 1988, 7, 1991-99.
  91. NMR Spectroscopic and Theoretical Investigation of the Bonding in Ethylidyne‑capped‑tri-tungsten Nonaalkoxide and ‑tricobalt Nonacarbonyl.  M. H. Chisholm*, B. K. Conroy, and J. D. Martin.  Proc. Indiana Acad. Of Sci., 1988, 97, 187.
  92. Characterizations, and Comments on Thermodynamic and Activation Parameters for the Closing  of the Phosphido Bridges in d3‑d3 Dinuclear Compounds.  W. E. Buhro, M. H. Chisholm*, K. Folting, J. C. Huffman, J. D. Martin, and W. E. Streib.  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 1988, 7, 6563-65.

Technical Comments and Summaries

  1. “Protecting the Academic Core.”  Faculty Assembly Report 2010. J. D. Martin lead author,
  2. Report from the Third workshop on future directions of solid state chemistry:  The status of solid-state chemistry and its impact in the physical sciences.  M. G. Kanatzidis, K. R. Poeppelmeier, organizers,  J. D. Martin was co-lead author with T.A. Vanderah of National Facilities section. Progress in Solid State Chem., 2007, 36, 1-133.
  3. Chemically Tuning between Ferromagnetism and Antiferromagnetism by Combining Theory and Synthesis in Iron/Manganese Rhodium Borides.  Research by R. Dronskowski, K. Korczak, H. Luken and W. Jung, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed., 2002, 41, 2528.  Condensation and commentary by James D. Martin, Chemtracts Inorg. Chem., 2003, 16, 496-504.
  4. Composition Dependence of the Nucleation Energy of Iron Antimonides from Modulated Elemental Reactants, Research by J. R. Williams, M. Johnson and D. C. Johnson, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 2001, 123, 1645. Condensation and commentary by James D. Martin and Roger M. Sullivan, Chemtracts Inorg. Chem., 2002, 15, 17-25.
  5. Toward Separation and Purification of Olefins Using Dithiolene Complexes:  An Electrochemical Approach.  Research by Kun Wang and Edward I. Stiefel, Science, 2001, 291, 106.  Condensation and commentary by James D. Martin, Chemtracts Inorg. Chem., 2002, 15, 26-31.

Non-Peer Reviewed Publications

  1. “Searching for Better Approaches:  Effective Evaluation of Teaching and Learning in STEM”  S. E. Bradforth, W. R.  Dichtel, A. K. Leibovich, A. L. Feig, J. D. Martin, K. S. Bjorkman, Z. D. Shultz, T. L. Smith, E. R. Miller Eds.  Research Corporation for Science Advancement, 2015.
  2. “Undergraduate Science Education:  Sustaining Reform Begins with Faculty.”  James D. Martin, Jennifer Ross, Michael Hildreth, Linda Columbus, Michael Hayden, and Arthur Kosowsky, 2012, White paper from the Think and Do Tank of the Cottrell Scholars Collaborative of the Research Corporation for Science Advancement.
  3. “Hydrated Zinc Chloride, a Potential Solvent for Cellulose”  IUPAC World Polymer Congress, Blacksburg, VA, June, 2012.
  4. “School board policy and practice” James D. Martin. Raleigh News and Observer March 31, 2010
  5. “Budgeting Past, Present and Future” Jim Martin, (Invited ViewPoint article)  Technician January 27, 2009.
  6. “Time Resolved X-ray and Neutron Scattering:   Probing Chemical Transformations and Structural Dynamics.”  James D. Martin and David Reis.  2007 Users Meeting Report, Advanced Photon Light Source, Argonne National Laboratory.
  7. “Metallotropic Liquid Crystals:  Surfactant Induced Order in Molten Metal Halides”  James D. Martin*, Cristin L. Keary, Todd A. Thornton, Mark P. Novotnak, Jeremey W. Knutson and Jacob C. W. Folmer.  BNL National Synchrotron Light Source Activity Report, 2006.
  8. Know what's in your bottle: The ring opening metathesis polymerization in aqueous medium by simple ruthenium complex. Keitaro Seto, Leslie Sall, James D. Martin, Bruce M. Novak*, Polymer Preprints, 2005,  46(2),  931-932.
  9. Kinetics and Mechanism of Network Formation in a Sodalite-type Halozeotype.  S. J. Goettler, J. Hanson and J. D. Martin*.  BNL National Synchrotron Light Source Activity Report, 2002, Abstract # mart0354.
  10. VT-XRD Study of the Liquid Crystalline Phases of Surfactant Templated Zinc Chloride, C. L. Keary, J. D. Martin*, J. C. Hanson, BNL National Synchrotron Light Source Activity Report, 2001.
  11. The Effect Of Low Pressures Of Ethylene On b-CuAlCl4 R. M. Sullivan, D. S. Smith, J. D. Martin*, J. Hanson, H. Liu, C. P. Grey BNL National Synchrotron Light Source Activity Report, 2000.
  12. Neutron Diffraction Studies Of The Structure Of Templated Zinc Chloride-Type Glasses And Melts.  J. D. Martin*, S. J. Goettler, L. Iton, and Y. Badyal, IPNS Progress Report, 1999.
  13. On The Hydration And Dehydration Of Zinc Chloride, L. E. Euliss, J. D. Martin*, R. M. Sullivan, S. J. Goettler, and J. Hanson, BNL National Synchrotron Light Source Activity Report, 1999.
  14. Observation of Reactive Intermediates on Sorption of Ethylene into CuAlCl4.  R. M. Sullivan, J. D. Martin*, H. Liu, C. P. Grey, and J. Hanson. BNL National Synchrotron Light Source Activity Report, 1998.
  15. In-Situ Studies of Ethylene Sorption in CuAlCl4.  H. Liu, M. F. Cirolo, C. P. Grey, J. Hanson, J. D. Martin* and R. M. Sullivan.  BNL National Synchrotron Light Source Activity Report, 1997,   B-72.


  1. Chemistry A Molecular Science,  D. W. Wertz. 1997, Patterson/Jones Publishing: Hillsborough, NC, USA,  J. D. Martin:  contributing author  Chapter 7: States of Matter, Chapter 13:  Inorganic Chemistry.
  2. Chemistry A Quantative Science, D. W. Wertz. 1998, Patterson/Jones Publishing: Hillsborough, NC, USA,  J. D. Martin, contributing author.


  1. Luminescent Copper Aluminum Halide Materials.  J. D. Martin.  U. S. Patent 5,876,637, issued March 3, 1999.
  2. Halo-Zeotype Materials.  J. D. Martin and K. B. Greenwood. U. S. Patent 5,885,542, March 23, 1999.
  3. Templated Compositions of Inorganic Liquids and Glasses.  J. D. Martin.  U. S. Patent 6,540,939, April 1, 2003
  4. Templated Compositions of Inorganic Liquids and Glasses.  J. D. Martin.  U. S. Patent 6,790,382, Sept. 14, 2004.
  5. Lewis acid catalyzed polymerization of nitro compounds.  R. J. Wilcox, J. D. Martin and J. C. W. Folmer, Invention disclosure, accepted NCSU Dec. 2005.