1. E. Block, M. Birringer, R. DeOrazio, J. Fabian, R. S. Glass, C. Guo, C. He, E. Lorance, Q. Qian, T. B. Schroeder, Z. Shan, M. Thiruvazhi, G. S. Wilson, and X. Zhang, “Synthesis, Properties, Oxidation, and Electrochemistry of 1,2-Dichalcogenins”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 122: 5052-5064 (2000).

2. R. S. Glass, N. E. Gruhn, D. L. Lichtenberger, E. Lorance, J. R. Pollard, M. Birringer, E. Block, R. DeOrazio, C. He, Z. Shan, and X. Zhang, “Gas-Phase Photoelectron Spectroscopic and Theoretical Studies of 1,2-Dichalcogenins.  Ionization Energies, Orbital Assignments, and an Explanation of Their Color”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 122: 5065-5074 (2000).

3. E. D. Lorance, W. H. Kramer, and I. R. Gould, “Kinetics of Reductive N–O Bond Fragmentation:  The Role of a Conical Intersection”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 124: 15225-15238 (2002).

4. E. D. Lorance, R. S. Glass, E. Block, and X. Li, “Synthesis, Electrochemistry, Gas-Phase Photoelectron Spectroscopic and Theoretical Studies of 3,6-Bis(perfluoroalkyl)-1,2-dithiins”, J. Org. Chem. 68: 8110-8114 (2003).

5. E. D. Lorance, W. H. Kramer, and I. R. Gould, “Barrierless Electron Transfer Bond Fragmentation Reactions”, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 126: 14071-14078 (2004).

6. E. D. Lorance, K. Hendrickson, and I. R. Gould, “Density Functional Theory Predicts the Barriers for a Radical Reaction in Solution”, J. Org. Chem. 70: 2014-2020 (2005).

7. E. D. Lorance and I. R. Gould, “A Quantitative Curve-Crossing Model For Radical Fragmentation”, J. Phys. Chem. A, 109: 2912-2919 (2005).

8. R. S. Glass, N. E. Gruhn, E. Lorance, M. S. Singh, N. Y. T. Stessman, and U. I. Zakai, “Synthesis, Gas-Phase Photoelectron Spectroscopic and Theoretical Studies of Stannylated Dinuclear Iron Thiolates”, Inorg. Chem., 44: 5728-5737 (2005).

9. C. F. Bernasconi, D. E. Fairchild, R. L. Montanez, P. Aleshi, H. Zheng, E. Lorance, “Kinetics of proton transfer from cationic carbon acids in water and aqueous DMSO. Effect of activating groups and solvent on intrinsic rate constants”, J. Org. Chem., 70: 7721-7730 (2005).

10. R. S. Glass, E. Block, E. Lorance, U. I. Zakai, N. E. Gruhn, J. Jin, and S.-Z. Zhang, “The Si-Si Effect on Ionization of b-Disilanyl Sulfides and Selenides”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 128: 12685-12692 (2006).

11. E. Block, R. S. Glass, E. V. Dikarev, N. E. Gruhn, J. Jin, B. Li, E. Lorance, U. I. Zakai, and S.-Z. Zhang, “Synthesis, Structure, Reactions, and Photoelectron Spectra of New, Mixed Sulfur-, Selenium- or Tellurium and Silicon- or Tin-containing Heterocycles”, Heteroat. Chem. 18: 509-515 (2007).

12. R. S. Glass, E. Block, N. E. Gruhn, J. Jin, E. Lorance, U. I. Zakai, and S.-Z. Zhang, “Interaction of C–Si, C–Sn and Sn–Sn s-Bonds with Chalcogen Lone Pairs”, J. Org. Chem. 72: 8290-8297 (2007).

13. E. Block, R. S. Glass, N. Gruhn, J. Jin, E. Lorance, U. I. Zakai, S.-Z. Zhang, “Chemistry of Mixed Sulfur-, Selenium-, or Tellurium- and Silicon-, or Tin-Containing Heterocycles”, Phosph., Sulfur and Silicon and the Rel. Elem. 183: 856-862 (2008).

14. R. S Glass, G. L. Hug, C. Schöneich, G. S. Wilson, L. Kuznetsova, T.-M. Lee, M. Ammam, E. Lorance, T. Nauser, G. S. Nichol, and T. Yamamoto, “Neighboring Amide Participation in Thioether Oxidation: Relevance to Biological Oxidation”, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131: 13791-805 (2009).

15. D. H. Evans, N. E. Gruhn, J. Jin, B. Li, E. Lorance, N. Okumura, N. A. Macias-Rubalcaba, U. I. Zakai, S.-Z. Zhang, E. Block, and R. S. Glass, “Electrochemical and Chemical Oxidation of Dithia-, Diselena-, Ditellura-, Selenathia-, and Tellurathiamesocycles and Stability of the Oxidized Species”, J. Org. Chem. 75: 1997-2009 (2010).

16. R. S. Glass, C. Schöneich, G. S. Wilson, T. Nauser, T. Yamamoto, E. Lorance, G. S. Nichol, and M. Ammam, “Neighboring Pyrrolidine Amide Participation in Thioether Oxidation. Methionine as a ‘Hopping’ Site”, Org. Lett. 13: 2837-2839 (2011).

17. Z. M. Wosinska, F. L. Stump, R. Ranjan, I. R. Gould, E. D. Lorance, G. N. Finley, P. P. Patel, M. A. Khawaja, K. L. Odom, and W. H. Kramer, “N-Alkoxyheterocycles as Irreversible Photooxidants”, Photochem. Photobiol. 90, 313-328 (2014).

18. Z. Yang, E. D. Lorance, C. Bockisch, L. B. Williams, H. E. Hartnett, E. L. Shock, and I. R. Gould, “Hydrothermal Photochemistry as a Mechanistic Tool in Organic Geochemistry: The Chemistry of Dibenzyl Ketone”, J. Org. Chem. 79, 7861-7871 (2014).