Adam Aycock, Ph.D

Dr. Adam AycockAssistant Professor of Chemistry

Analytical Chemistry

Mail Box: UNA Box 5049
Office Room: 451 Science and Engineering Technology Building
Office Telephone: 256.765.4227
Degrees: Ph.D., Chemistry, Emory University, 2020;  B.S., General Chemistry and Psychology, University of North Alabama, 2015
With UNA since:  2020
Classes taught: Quantitative Analysis CH 321, CH 321LW
Recent publications:
  • Pratt, C. J.; Aycock, R. A.; King, M. D.; Jui, N. T., "Radical α-C‒H Cyclobutylation of Aniline Derivatives," Synlett, 2019, DOI: 10.1055/s-0039-1690197.
  • Aycock, R. A.; Pratt, C. J.; Jui, N. T., "Aminoalkyl Radicals as Powerful Intermediates for the Synthesis of Unnatural Amino Acids and Peptides," ACS Catalysis, 2018, DOI: 10.1021/acscatal.8b03031.
  • Aycock, R. A.; Vogt, D. B.; Jui, N. T., "A practical and scalable system for heteroaryl amino acid synthesis," Chemical Science, 2017, DOI: 10.1039/C7SC03612D.
  • Aycock, R. A.; Wang, H.; Jui, N. T., "A mild catalytic system for heteroaryl radical conjugate addition," Chemical Science, 2017, DOI: 10.1039/C7SC00243B.

Recent presentations:

  • Aycock, R. A., "Radical conjugate addition of N-heterocycles and tertiary amines," Fall ACS National Meeting Meeting, August, 2019.