Dr. Tye’s publication statistics from Google Scholar can be found here.
United States Patent
1. United State Patent, Name: Electrocatalytic Alkenes and Alkynes Dimerizations and Trimerizations By: Chong, Daesung; Tye, Jesse W. Assignee: Ball State University Board of Trustees, USA; Priority Application US 2012-61621672 submitted on April 9, 2012; Application No. US 2013-13856330 submitted on April 3, 2013; Patent No. US 20130264216 granted on October 10, 2013, link.
22. Baseden, K. A.; Tye, J. W. “Introduction to Density Functional Theory: Calculations by Hand on the Helium Atom” J. Chem. Educ. – accepted on 10/15/2014, link.
21. Tye, J. W. and Hall, M. B. “Hydrogenases as Catalysts in Renewable Energy Applications”; Encyclopedia of Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry, 2013, 1-15, link.
20. Hung-Low, F.; Tye , J. W.; Cheng, S.; Bradley, C. A.”sp2 C-H Activation of Dimethyl Fumarate by a [(Cp*Co)2-μ-(η4:η4-toluene)] Complex” Dalton Trans., 2012, 41, 8190-8197, link.
19. McGovern, G. P; Hung-Low, F.; Tye, J. W.; Bradley, C. A. “Synthesis and Reactivity Studies of Benzo Substituted Bis(indenyl) Iron and Zirconium Complexes: The Difference a Methyl Group Can Make” Organometallics 2012, 31, 3865-3879, link.
18. Hung-Low, F.; Krogman, J. P.; Tye, J. W.; Bradley, C.A. Development of more labile low electron count Co(I) sources: Mild, catalytic functionalization of activated alkanes using a [(Cp*Co)2--(4:4-arene)] complex. Chem. Commun. 2012, 48, 368-370, link