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Cook AW, Bocarsly JD, Lewis RA, Touchton AJ, Morochnik S, Hayton TW.  2020.  An Iron Ketimide Single-molecule Magnet [Fe4(N=CPh2)6] with Suppressed Through-barrier Relaxation. Chem. Sci.. 11:4753-4757.
Cook AW, Hayton TW.  2018.  Case Studies in Nanocluster Synthesis and Characterization: Challenges and Opportunities. Accounts of Chemical Research. 51:2456-2464.
Cook AW, Wu G, Hayton TW.  2018.  A Re-examination of the Synthesis of Monolayer-Protected Cox(SCH2CH2Ph)m Nanoclusters: Unexpected Formation of a Thiolate-Protected Co(II) T3 Supertetrahedron. Inorganic Chemistry. 57(14):8189–8194.
Cook AW, Hrobárik P, Damon PL, Wu G, Hayton TW.  2020.  A Ketimide-Stabilized Palladium Nanocluster with a Hexagonal Aromatic Pd7 Core. Inorg. Chem.. 59:1471-1480.
Cook AW, Jones ZR, Wu G, Scott SL, Hayton TW.  2018.  An Organometallic Cu20 Nanocluster: Synthesis, Characterization, Immobilization on Silica, and “Click” Chemistry. J. Am. Chem. Soc.. 140:394-400.
Cook AW, Hrobárik P, Damon PL, Najera D, Horváth B, Wu G, Hayton TW.  2019.  Synthesis and Characterization of a Linear, Two-Coordinate Pt(II) Ketimide Complex. Inorganic Chemistry. 58:15927-15935.
Cook AW, Nguyen T-AD, Buratto WR, Wu G, Hayton TW.  2016.  Synthesis, Characterization, and Reactivity of the Group 11 Hydrido Clusters [Ag6H4(dppm)4(OAc)2] and [Cu3H(dppm)3(OAc)2]. Inorg. Chem.. 55:12435-12440.
Cook AW, Jones ZR, Wu G, Teat SJ, Scott SL, Hayton TW.  2019.  Synthesis and Characterization of “Atlas-Sphere” Copper Nanoclusters: New Insights into the Reaction of Cu2+ with Thiols. Inorganic Chemistry. 58:8739-8749.
Cinco MBaeza, Wu G, Kaltsoyannis N, Hayton T.  2020.  Synthesis of a “Masked” Terminal Zinc Sulfide and its Reactivity with Brønsted and Lewis Acids. Angew. Chem. Int. Ed.. 59:8947-8951.
Cinco MÁBaeza, Hayton T.  2020.  Progress Toward the Isolation of Late Metal Terminal Sulfides. European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry. Accepted Article