(153) Garcia-Garibay, M.A. “The Entropic Enlightenment of Organic Photochemistry: Strategic Modifications of Intrinsic Decay Pathways Using an Information-Based Approach.” Photochem. & Photobiol. Sci., 2010, 9, 1574-1588 (invited article).

(152) Karlen, S.D.; Reyes, H.; Taylor, R.E.; Khan, S.I.; Hawthorne, M.F.; Garcia-Garibay, M.A. “Symmetry and Dynamics of Molecular Rotors in Amphidynamic Molecular Crystals.” Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA, 2010, 107, 14973.

(151) Bouit, P.-A.; Spanig, F.; Kuzmanich, G.; Krokos, E.; Oelsner, C.; Garcia-Garibay, M.A.; Delgado, J.L.; Martin, N.; Guldi, D.M. “Efficient Utilization of Higher Lying Excited States to Trigger Change Transfer Events.” Chem. Eur. Journal, 2010, 16, 9638-9645.

(150) Shiraki, S.; Garcia-Garibay, M.A. “Carbon-Carbon Bond Formation By Photoelimination of Small Molecules in Solution and in Crystals” in Handbook of Synthetic Photochemistry, Albini, A., Fagnini, M. Eds., Wiley-VCH, Weinheim, 2010, pp. 25-66.


(149) Rodriguez-Molina, B.; Pozos, A.; Cruz, R.; Romero, M.; Flores, B.; Farfan, N.; Santillan, R.; Garcia-Garibay, M.A. “Synthesis and solid state characterization of molecular rotors with steroidal stators: ethisterone and norethisterone.” Org. Biomol. Chem. 2010, 8, 2993-3000.

(148) O’Brien, Z.J.; Karlen, S.D.; Khan, S.; Garcia-Garibay, M.A. “Solid State Molecular Rotors with Perdeuterated Stators: Mechanistic Insights from Biphenylene Rotational Dynamics in Ordered and Disordered Crystal Forms.” J. Org. Chem., 2010, 75, 2482-2491.

(147) Simoncelli, S.; Kuzmanich, G.; Gard, M.N.; Garcia-Garibay, M.A. “Photochemical Reaction Mechanisms and Kinetics with Molecular Nanocrystals: Surface Quenching of Triplet Benzophenone Nanocrystals.” J. Phys. Org. Chem., 2010, 23, 376-381.

(146) Lebedeva, N.V.; Tarasov, V.F.; Resendiz, M.J.E.; Garcia-Garibay, M.A.; White, R.C.; Forbes, M.D.E. “The Missing Link Between Molecular Triplets and Spin-Polarized Free Radicals: Room Temperature Triplet States of Nanocrystalline Radical Pairs.” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2010, 132, 82-84.