Anton Jensen
Anton JensenProfessor
Organic Chemistry
Dow Science Complex 354
989-774-3125
anton.w.jensen@cmich.edu

​​Education
  • Postdoc., Organic Chemistry, New York University, 1996
  • Ph.D., Organic Chemistry, Brigham Young University, 1995
  • B.S., Chemistry, Brigham Young University, 1990
Affiliations
American Chemical Society
Professional Interests
Organic Reactions, Catalysis of Organic Reactions, Organic Photochemistry, Fullerenes
Teaching Areas
Organic Chemistry, Organic Photochemistry
​​Selected Publications and Presentations
  • “Heterogeneous Ti(IV) Catalysts for the Preparation of Epoxy Alcohols” Yang, X.; Jensen, A.  ACS Polymer Preprints 2008, Philadelphia ACS meeting.
  • “Singlet Oxygen Catalysts Including Condensed Carbon Molecules” Jensen, A.  US Patent 7,341,972  2008.
  • "Molecular Dynamics Simulation of PAMAM Dendrimer-Fullerene Conjugates: Generation One Through Four" Kujawski, M.; Rakesh, L.*; Gala, K.; Jensen, A.*; Fahlman, B.; Feng, Z. R.; Mohanty, D.*  J. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2007, 7, 1670.
  • "AFM Analysis of C60 and a Poly(amido amine) Dendrimer-C60 Nanoconjugate" Chai, M.*; Jensen, A. W.*; Abdelhady, H. G.; Tomalia, D. A.  J. Nanoscience and Nanotechnology 2007, 7, 1401.
  • “Preparation of Fullerene-Shelled Dendrimer-Core Conjugates”  Jensen, A. W.*; Maru, B. S.; Zhang, X.; Mohanty, D. K.*; Fahlman, B. D.; Swanson, D. R.; Tomalia, D. A.* Nano Letters 2005, 5, 1171.
  • “Singlet Oxygen Catalysts Including Condensed Carbon Molecules”  Jensen, A.  US Patent 6,806,223 B2, 2004.
  • “Photohydrolysis of Substituted Benzyl Esters in Multilayered Polyelectrolyte Films”  Jensen, A. W.; Desai, N. K.; Maru, B. S.; Mohanty, D. K.; Macromolecules  2004, 37, 4196.
  • “Fullerene-Coated Beads as Reusable Catalysts”  Jensen, A. W.; Daniels, C.  J. Org. Chem.  2003, 68, 207.
  • “Controlling the Permeability of Mulilayered Polyelectrolyte Films Through Derivatization, Cross-linking, and Hydrolysis” Dai, J.; Jensen, A. W.*; Mohanty, D. K.; Erndt, J.; Bruening, M. L.*  Langmuir, 2001, 17, 931.​