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2019
4. Al Valence Controls the Coordination and Stability of Cationic Aluminum–Oxygen Clusters in Reactions of Aln+ with Oxygen.
A. Armstrong, H. Zhang, A.C Reber, Y. Jia, H. Wu, Z. Luo, S.N. Khanna.  J. Phys. Chem. A  123, 7463-7469 (2019).
3. Multiple Valence Aluminum and the Electronic and Geometric Structure of AlnOm Clusters.
A. Armstrong, A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna.  J. Phys. Chem. A 123, 5114-5121 (2019).
2. Transforming Redox Properties of Clusters using Phosphine Ligands.
A.C. Reber, D. Bista, V. Chauhan, and S.N. Khanna.  J. Phys. Chem. C 123, 8983-8989 (2019).
1. The structure and stability of CrnTem (1≤n≤6, 1≤m≤8) clusters.
S. Prabha, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna.  Chemical Physics Letters 720, 76-82  (2019).

2018
8. The effect of chalcogen and metal on the electronic properties and stability of metal–chalcogenides clusters, TM6Xn(PH3)6
(TM = Mo, Cr, Re, Co, Ni; X = Se, Te; n = 8, 5).

A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna.  Eur. Phys. J. D, 72, 199 (2018).
7. Donor/Acceptor Concepts for Developing Efficient Suzuki Cross-Coupling Catalysts Using
Graphene Supported Ni, Cu, Fe, Pd, and Bimetallic Pd-Ni Clusters.

Y. Yang, A.C. Reber, S.E. Gilliland, C.E. Castano, B.F. Gupton, S.N. Khanna.  J. Phys. Chem. C, 122 25396–25403 (2018).
6 Laser synthesized nanoparticle alloys of metals with bulk miscibility gaps.
K.A. Kane, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, and M.F. Bertino.  Progress in Natural Science: Materials International, 28, 456-463 (2018).
5. Co6Se8(PEt3)6 superatoms as tunable chemical dopants for two-dimensional semiconductors.
A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna.  npj Computational Material 4, 33 (2018).
4. Preparation of Gas Phase Naked Silver Cluster Cations Outside the Mass Spectrometer from Ligand Protected Clusters in Solution.
M. Jash,  A.C. Reber,  A. Ghosh,  D. Sarkar,  M. Bodiuzzaman,  P. Basuri,  A. Baksi, S.N. Khanna  and  T. Pradeep. Nanoscale 10, 15714-15722 (2018).
3. Strong lowering of ionization energy of metallic clusters by organic ligands without changing shell filling.
V. Chauhan, A.C. Reber,  and S.N. Khanna.  Nature Communications 9, 2357 (2018).
2. Electronic and Magnetic Properties of Fe2Sin (1≤n≤12)+/0/- clusters.
D. Bista, A.C. Reber, V. Chauhan,  and S.N. Khanna.  Chemical Physics Letters, 706, 113-119 (2018).
1. More than Just a Support: Graphene as a solid-state ligand for palladium catalyzed cross-coupling reactions.
Y. Yang, A.C. Reber, S.E. Gilliland III, C.E. Castano, B.F. Gupton, and S.N. Khanna.  Journal of Catalysis 360, 20-25 (2018).
2017
10. Superatomic Solids: Intercalation without Altercation.
S.N. Khanna, and A.C. Reber.  Nature Chemistry 9, 1151-1152 (2017).
9. CO Ligands Stabilize Metal Chalcogenide Co6Se8 Clusters via Demagnetization.
V. Chauhan, A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna.  PCCP, Online Only (2017).
8. The Effect of Embedding Platinum Clusters in Alumina on Sintering, Coking, and Activity.
 A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna.  J. Phys. Chem C 121, 21527-21534 (2017).
7. The Complete Ag4M2(DMSA)4 (M = Ni, Pd, Pt, DMSA = Dimercaptosuccinic Acid) Cluster Series:
Optical Properties, Stability, and Structural Characterization.
S.R. Biltek,  A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, and A. Sen.  J. Phys. Chem A 121, 5324-5331 (2017).
6. Ionic and Metallic Bonding in AlnNam and AlnMgm (3<n+m<15 ) clusters.
C.J. Grover,  A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna.  J. Chem. Phys. 146, 224301 (2017).
5. Evolution of the Spin Magnetic Moments and Atomic Valence of Vanadium in VCux+, VAgx+, and VAux+ Clusters (x = 3 - 14).
W.H. Blades, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, L. Lopez-Sosa, P. Calaminici, A. Koester.  J. Phys. Chem. A. 121, 2990-2990 (2017).
4. Superatoms: Electronic and Geometric Effects on Reactivity.
 A.C. Reber and S.N. Khanna.  Acc. Chem. Res. 50, 255-263 (2017).
3. Metal Chalcogenide Clusters with Closed Electronic Shells and the Electronic Properties of Alkalis and Halogens.
V. Chauhan, A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna.  J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 139, 1871-1877 (2017).
2. Symmetry and magnetism in Ni9Te6 clusters ligated by CO or phosphine ligands.
A.C. Reber, V. Chauhan, and S.N. Khanna.  J. Chem. Phys. 146, 024302 (2017).
1. The Effect of Substituted Benzene Dicarboxylic Acid linkers on the Optical Band Gap Energy and Magnetic Coupling in Manganese
Trimer Metal Organic Frameworks.
S. Mandal, K.S. Asha, A.C. Reber, N. Ahmed, R.C. Nath, and S.N Khanna.  J. Mater. Chem. C 5, 539-548 (2017).

2016
5. A Fundamental Analysis of Enhanced Cross–Coupling Catalytic Activity for Palladium Clusters on Graphene Supports.
Y. Yang, C.E. Castano, F. Gupton, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna. Nanoscale, ASAP (2016).
4. Transforming Ni9Te6 from Electron Donor to Acceptor via Ligand Exchange.
V. Chauhan, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna.  J. Phys. Chem. A, 120, 6644-6649 (2016)
3. Effect of location and filling of d-states on methane activation in single site Fe-based catalysts.
S. Sahoo, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna.  Chem.  Phys. Lett., 660, 48-54 (2016)
2. What Determines if a Ligand Activates or Passivates a Superatom Cluster?
  Z. Luo, A.C. Reber, M. Jia, W.H. Blades, S.N. Khanna, A.W. Castleman Jr. Chem. Sci. 7, 3067-3074 (2016).
1. The Effect of O2 and CO Exposure on the Photoelectron Spectroscopy of Size-Selected Pdn Clusters Supported on TiO2 (110).
  A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, F.S. Roberts, S.L. Anderson. J. Phys. Chem. C, 120, 2126-2138 (2016).
2015
8. Conceptual Basis for Understanding C–C Bond Activation in Ethane by Second Row Transition Metal Carbides.
  S. Sahoo, A.C. Reber, S.N Khanna. J. Phys. Chem. A 119, 12855-12861 (2015).

7. Atom precise platinum–thiol crowns.
  A. George, KS Asha, A.C. Reber, S.R. Biltek, A.F. Pedicini, A. Sen, S.N Khanna, S. Mandal.. Nanoscale 7, 19448-19452 (2015).

6. Geometry controls the stability of FeSi14.
  V. Chauhan, MB Abreu, AC Reber, SN Khanna. PCCP 17,
15718-15724 (2015).
5. The effect of cluster size on the optical band gap energy of Zn-based metal–organic frameworks.
  R. Ghosh, A.F. Pedicini, P.C. Rao, K.S. Asha, A.C. Reber, S. Mandal. Dalton Trans. 44, 13464-13468 (2015).

4. Making sense of the conflicting magic numbers in WSin clusters.
  MB Abreu, AC Reber, SN Khanna. J.Chem. Phys. 143, 074310 (2015).

3. The Effects of Alkaline-Earth Counterions on the Architectures, Band-Gap Energies,
and Proton Transfer of Triazole-Based Coordination Polymers.
  K. S. Asha, A.C. Reber, A.F. Pedicini, S.N. Khanna and S. Mandal. European J. Inorganic Chemistry, Early View (2015).
2. Initial and Final State Effects in the Ultraviolet and X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (UPS and XPS) of
Size-Selected Pdn clusters Supported on TiO2(110).
  F.S. Roberts, S.L. Anderson, A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna. J. Phys. Chem. C 119, 6033-6046 (2015).
1. Electronic structure, stability, and oxidation of boron-magnesium clusters and cluster solids.
  A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna. J. Chem. Phys. 142, 054304 (2015).
2014
7. Structure investigation of CoxOy+ (x=3–6, y=3–8) clusters by IR vibrational spectroscopy and DFT calculations.
C.N. van Dijk, D.R. Roy, A. Fielicke, T. Rasing, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, A. Kirilyuk. Eur. Phys. J. D 
68, 357 (2014).

6. Does the 18-Electron Rule Apply to CrSi12?
M.B. Abreu, A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna J. Phys. Chem. Lett.
5, 3492-3496 (2014).

5. Effect of N- and P-Type Doping on the Oxygen-Binding Energy and Oxygen Spillover of Supported Palladium Clusters.
A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna. J. Phys. Chem C 118
20306–20313 (2014).

4. Reactivity of Silver Clusters Anions with Ethanethiol.
  Z. Luo, G.U. Gamboa, M. Jia, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, and A. W. Castleman, Jr. J. Phys. Chem A 118
8345–8350 (2014).

3. Nature of Valence Transition and Spin Moment in AgnV+ Clusters.
V.M. Medel , A.C. Reber , V. Chauhan , P. Sen , A.M. Koster , P. Calaminici , and S.N. Khanna. J. Amer. Chem Soc. 136
8229–8236 (2014).

2. Isolation and Structural Characterization of a Silver-platinum Nanocluster, Ag4Pt2(DMSA)4 
S.R. Biltek, A. Sen, A.F. Pedicini, A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna. J. Phys. Chem A 118
8314–8319 (2014).

1. Boron Substitution in Aluminum Cluster Anions: Magic Clusters and Reactivity with Oxygen.  
J.C. Smith, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, A.W. Castleman Jr. J. Phys. Chem A 118
8485–8492 (2014).


2013
7. The effect of sulfur covalent bonding on the electronic shells of silver clusters.
A.F. Pedicini, A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna.  J. Chem. Phys. 139, 164317 (2013).

G. Gamboa, A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna.  New J. Chem.  37, 3928-3935 (2013).

 S. Mandal, A.C. Reber, M. Qian, P.S. Weiss, S.N. Khanna, A. Sen. Accounts of Chemical Research 46, 2385-2395 (2013).

A.C. Reber, G.U. Gamboa, S.N. Khanna,. J. Phys. Conf. Ser.  438, 012002 (2013).

W.H. Woodward, A.C. Reber, J.C. Smith, S.N. Khanna, A.W. Castleman Jr.. J. Phys. Chem. C 117, 7445-7450 (2013).

2. Probing the Magic Numbers of Aluminum-Magnesium Cluster anions and their reactivity with Oxygen. 
Z. Luo, C.J. Grover, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, A.W. Castleman Jr. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 135 4307-13 (2013).

S.R. Biltek, S. Mandal, A. Sen,  A.C. Reber, A.F. Pedicini, S.N. Khanna. J. Amer. Chem. Soc.135, 26-29 (2013).
M.B. Abreu, C. Powell, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna. J. Amer. Chem. Soc.134, 20507-20512 (2012).

6. Spin Accommodation and Reactivity of Silver Clusters with Oxygen: enhanced stability of Ag13-
Z. Luo, G.U. Gamboa, J.C. Smith, A.C. Reber, J.U. Reveles, S.N. Khanna, A.W. Castleman Jr.  J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 134, 18973-18978 (2012).
5. Edge-Induced Reactivity of Large Aluminum Cluster Anions with Alcohols.  
A.C. Reber, P.J. Roach, W.H. Woodward, S.N. Khanna, A.W. Castleman Jr. J. Phys. Chem. 116, 8085-8091 (2012).

S. Mandal, A.C. Reber, M. Qian, R.Liu, H.M. Saavedra, S.Sen, P.S. Weiss,  S.N. Khanna, A. Sen. Dalton Trans.  41, 12365-12377 (2012).

A.C. Reber, S. Mandal, M. Qian, H.M. Saavedra, P.S. Weiss, S.N. Khanna, A. Sen. J. Phys. Chem. C 116, 10207-10214 (2012).

V. Medel, A.C. Reber, J.U. Reveles, S.N. Khanna. J. Chem. Phys. 136, 134311 (2012).

1. On the stability of an unsupported mercury-mercury bond linking group 15 Zintl clusters.
S. Mandal, A.C. Reber, M. Qian, R. Liu, H.M. Saavedra, S. Sen, P.S. Weiss, S.N. Khanna, A. Sen. Dalton Transactions. 41, 5454-5457 (2012).
2011
  A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, E.C. Tyo, C.L. Harmon, A.W. Castleman Jr.  J Chem. Phys. 135, 234303 (2011).

S. Mandal, M. Qian, A.C. Reber, H.M. Saavedra, P.S. Weiss, S.N. Khanna, A. Sen.  J Phys. Chem. C 115, 20217 (2011).

5. Analogous Reactivity of Pd+ and ZrO+: Comparing the Reactivity with Small Hydrocarbons.  

E.C. Tyo, A.W. Castleman Jr., A.C. Reber,  S.N. Khanna,  J Phys. Chem. C 115, 16797 (2011).4. Closed-Shell to split-shell stability in of isovalent clusters.

V.M.. Medel, J.U. Reveles, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, A.W. Castleman Jr.  Phys. Rev. B 84, 075435 (2011).

3. Gas Phase analogs of stable sodium-tin zintl ions: Anion photoelectron spectroscopy and electronic structure. 
W.J.  Zheng, O.C. Thomas, J.M. Nilles, K.H. Bowen, A.C. Reber,  S.N. Khanna.  J. Chem. Phys. 134, 224307 (2011).

U. Gupta, A.C. Reber, J.J. Melko,  S.N. Khanna, A.W. Castleman Jr.  Chem. Phys. Lett. 505, 92 (2011).

S. Mandal, R. Liu, A.C. Reber, M. Qian, H.M. Saavedra, X. Ke, P. Schiffer, S. Sen, P.S. Weiss, S.N. Khanna, A. Sen.  Chem. Commun. 47, 3126 (2011).
2010
N.K.Chaki, S. Mandal, A.C. Reber, M. Qian, H.M. Saavedra, P.S. Weiss, S.N. Khanna, and A. Sen.  ACS Nano 4, 5813 (2010).

4. The Applicability of Three-Dimensional Aromaticity in BiSnn- Clusters.
P.A. Clayborne, U. Gupta, A.C. Reber, J.J. Melko, S.N. Khanna, and A.W. Castleman Jr.  J. Chem. Phys. 133, 134302 (2010).

P.J. Roach, W.H. Woodward, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, and A.W. Castleman Jr. Phys. Rev. B 81, 195404 (2010).

A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, P.J. Roach, W.H. Woodward, and A.W. Castleman Jr. J. Phys Chem. A 114 6071 (2010).

M. Qian, A.C. Reber, A. Ugrinov, N.K. Chaki S. Mandal, H.M. Saavedra, S.N. Khanna, A. Sen and P.S. Weiss. ACS Nano 4 235 (2010). 
2009
4. Designer Magnetic Superatoms.
J.U. Reveles, P.A. Clayborne, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, K. Pradhan, P. Sen, M.R. Pederson. Nature Chemistry 1 310 (2009).

3. Helical and linear [K(As11)]2- chains: Role of solvent on the conformation of chains formed by Zintl anions.
A.C. Reber, A. Ugrinov, A. Sen, M. Qian, and S.N. Khanna. Chem Phys. Lett. 473 305 (2009).

2. Complementary Active Sites Cause Size-Selective Reactivity of Aluminum Cluster Anions with Water .
P.J. Roach, W.H. Woodward, A.W. Castleman Jr., A.C. Reber, and S.N. Khanna. Science, 323 492 (2009).

C. Peineke, M Attoui, R. Robles, A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, and A. Schmidt-Ott. J. Aerosol Science, 40 423 (2009) (2009).
2008
U. Gupta, A.C. Reber, P.A. Clayborne, J.J.Melko, S.N. Khanna, and A.W. Castleman Jr. Inorg. Chem. 47, 10953 (2008).

2. From SiO Molecules to Silicates in Circumstellar Space: Atomic Structures, Growth Patterns, and Optical Signatures of SinOm Clusters.
A.C Reber, S. Paranthaman, P.A. Clayborne, S.N. Khanna, and A.W. Castleman Jr. ACS Nano 2 1729 (2008).

1. [Te2As2]-2 : A Planar Motif with "Conflicting" Aromaticity.
A. Ugrinov, A. Sen, A.C. Reber, M. Qian, and S.N. Khanna. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 130, 782 (2008).
2007
P. Clayborne, N.O. Jones, A.C. Reber, J.U. Reveles, M. Qian, and S.N. Khanna. J. Comp. Meth. Sci. Eng. 7, 417 (2007).

A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, and R. Ottenbrite. Polym. Adv. Technol. 18, 978 (2007).

5. Spin Accommodation and Reactivity of Aluminum Based Clusters with O2.
A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, P.J. Roach, W.H. Woodward, and A.W. Castleman jr. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 129, 16098, 2007.

4. Al4H7- is a resilient building block for aluminum hydrogen cluster materials.
P.J. Roach, A.C. Reber, W.H. Woodward, S.N. Khanna, and A.W. Castleman Jr. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 104 14565 (2007).

3. From Designer Clusters to Synthetic Crystalline Nanoassemblies.
A.W. Castleman Jr., S.N. Khanna, A. Sen, A.C. Reber, M. Qian, K.M. Davis, S.J. Peppernick, A. Ugrinov, and M.D. Meritt. Nano Letters 7 2734 (2007).

2. Superatom Compounds, Clusters, and Assemblies: Ultra Alkali Motifs and Architectures.
A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, and A.W. Castleman Jr. J. Amer. Chem. Soc. 129 10189 (2007).

1. Rings, towers, and cages of ZnO.
A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna, J.S. Hunjan, and M.R. Beltran. Eur. Phys. J. D 43 221 (2007).
2002-2006
6. Cobalt doped rings and cages of ZnO clusters: Motifs for magnetic cluster-assembled materials.
A.C. Reber, S.N. Khanna J.S. Hunjan, and M.R. Beltran. Chem. Phys. Lett. 428, 376 (2006).


5. Silicon oxide nanoparticles reveal the origin of silicate grains in circumstellar environments.
A.C. Reber, P.A. Claybourne, J.U. Reveles, S.N. Khanna, A.W. Castleman Jr., and A. Ali. Nano Letters 6 1190 (2006).


4. Visualization of electron correlation in autoionizing states above the 3p threshold in magnesium.
A. Reber, C. Gordon, and R.S. Berry.
Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys. 7  3276 (2005).

3. Above-threshold ionization near the 3p4d 1F0 autoinizing state in magnesium. 
A. Reber, T. Baynard, F. Martin, H. Bachau, and R.S. Berry.
Phys. Rev. A 71, 053402 (2005).
Above-threshold ionization near the 3p4d 1Fo autoionizing state in magnesium.
2. Three-photon above-threshold ionization of Magnesium.
A. Reber, F. Martin, H. Bachu, and R.S. Berry.  
Phys. Rev. A. 68 063401 (2003).

1. Two-photon above-threshold ionization of Magneisum.
A. Reber, F. Martin, H. Bachau, and R.S. Berry. Phys. Rev. A 65, 063413 (2002)
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