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Adam T. Campbell

Instructor of Chemistry

Email address  acampbe8@ju.edu
Telephone number  (904) 256-7332
Office location  Swisher Science Bldg., 1B

About Prof. Adam Campbell.

- M.S. Florida State University
- B.Sc. Jacksonville University 

Areas of Specialization
-Organic Chemistry
-Organic Photochemistry 

Adam Campbell is an organic chemist who teaches general and organic chemistry. He received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry from JU and then received his master’s degree in organic chemistry from Florida State University where he published research describing the synthesis of allylically-substituted conjugated enynols and their use as photoremovable protecting groups for light-controlled release of ketones and aldehydes including fragrance aldehydes and ketone-bearing steroids. 

Selected Publications 

  1. Campbell, A.; Dos Santos, N.R.; Alabugin, I. Photochemical Uncaging of Aldehydes and Ketones via Photocyclization/Fragmentation Cascades of Enyne Alcohols: An Unusual Application for a Cycloaromatization Process. Molecules 2023, 28, 5704.
  2. A. Campbell , P. W. Peterson and I. G. Alabugin , Cycloaromatization reactions, AROMATICITY Modern Computational Methods and Application , Elsevier, 2021, pp. 339–375.
  3. Karas, L. J.; Campbell, A. T.; Alabugin, I. V.; Wu, J. I. Antiaromaticity Gain Activates Tropone and Nonbenzenoid Aromatics as Normal-Electron-Demand Diels–Alder Dienes. Org. Lett. 2020, 22, 7083– 7087.
  4. Prabuddha Bhattacharya, Amit Basak, Adam Campbell, and Igor V. Alabugin, Photochemical Activation of Enediyne Warheads: A Potential Tool for Targeted Antitumor Therapy. Molecular Pharmaceutics, 2018 15 (3), 768-797