Curriculum Vitae

 

Philip Coppens

 

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

 

 

Born: Amersfoort, Netherlands


ADDRESS

University at Buffalo 

State University of New York 

Department of Chemistry

732 Natural Sciences Complex

Buffalo, NY 14260-3000

Tel:  716 645 4273

Fax: 716 645 6948

E-mail: [email protected]

Web: http://harker.chem.buffalo.edu/


EDUCATION

University of Amsterdam, Holland, Drs., 1957

University of Amsterdam, Holland, Ph.D., 1960; Physical Chemistry

Thesis: Structure and Lightsensitivity of Crystals of Some Organic Nitro Compounds


POSITIONS HELD

Research Associate - X-ray Crystallography Department, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovoth, Israel (1957-1960)

Post-doctoral Associate - Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York (1960-1962)

Scientist - Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovoth, Israel (1963-1965)

Chemist - Brookhaven National Laboratory, Upton, New York (1965-1968)

Research Associate - Brookhaven National Laboratory (1968-present)

Associate Professor of Chemistry- State University of New York at Buffalo (1968-1971)

Professor of Chemistry- State University of New York at Buffalo (1971-1992)

SUNY Distinguished Professor of Chemistry- University at Buffalo-SUNY (1992-2012)

Henry M. Woodburn Chair of Chemistry- University at Buffalo-SUNY (1997-2012)

Distinguished Research Professor of Chemistry- University at Buffalo-SUNY (2012-present)

Adjunct Professor of Structural Biology  University at Buffalo-SUNY (2001-present)


Visiting Appointments

Visiting Professor - Fordham University (1966-1967)

Visiting Professor - Aarhus University, DENMARK (August, 1973)

Visiting Professor - Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University (August, 1977)

Adjunct Professor - Department of Applied Physics and Engineering Science, Cornell

University (1982-1988)

Visiting Professor - University of Grenoble, FRANCE (1974-1975, September, 1987)

Visiting Professor - University of California at Santa Barbara (January 6-17, 1992)


AWARDS and HONORS

Kolos Award of the Polish Chemical Society, September 2013

American Crystallographic Association Fellow (2011) (first selection of ACA fellows)

Honored by Special Symposium, American Crystallographic Association meeting, New Orleans, May 2011

Western New York Pioneer of Science Award of the Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute (2008)

Ewald Prize of the International Union of Crystallography (2005)

National Science Foundation, Creativity Award (2005-2007)

Nishikawa Prize of the Crystallography Society of Japan (2005)

Gregori Aminoff Prize of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences (1996)

Schoellkopf Award of the Western New York Section of the American Chemical Society (1996)

Harker Award of The Hauptman-Woodward Medical Research Institute (1995)

Honorable Visitor of the National Science Council of the Republic of China (1995)

Martin Buerger Award of the American Crystallographic Association (1994)

AAAS Fellow (1993)

Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Nancy (1989)

Corresponding Member, Royal Dutch Academy of Sciences


RESEARCH INTERESTS

Structure and Physical Properties of Sensitized Polyoxotitanate Nanoparticles

Time-resolved Studies of Light-induced Excited States in Crystals

Light-induced Chemical Reactions in Crystals

Measurement of Charge Densities by X-ray Diffraction Methods and their Interpretation

Synchrotron Crystallography, Including Resonance Scattering, as Applied to Solid State Chemistry

Supramolecular solids and their photochemical properties


PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

President, International Union of Crystallography (1993-1996)

Member Linear Coherent Light Source (LCLS) Chemistry Review Panel (2010-2013)

Member ChemMatCars Advisory Committee Advanced Photon Source (2014-present)

Co-Editor Journal of Synchrotron Radiation (2011-2014)

Member ChemMatCars Advisory Committee Advanced Photon Source (2011-2013)

Co-editor Acta Crystallographica A, Fundamentals of Crystallography (2002-2011)

Editorial Board CrystEngComm (2002-2005)

Guest Editor for Chemical Reviews, thematic issue "X-rays in Chemistry" (2000)

Member, Executive Committee International Union of Crystallography (1987-1999)

Member, General Committee, International Council of Scientific Unions (1996-1999)

Member, Board of Governors, Consortium for Advanced Radiation Sources (University of Chicago) (1994-2009) 

Member, Steering Committee for the Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory (1991-1994)

Chairman, International Union of Crystallography Calendar Subcommittee (1990-1993)

Member, Ad Hoc Committee on International Relations of the American Institute of Physics (1986-1988)

Member, HFBR Advisory Committee, Brookhaven National Laboratory, Chemistry Subcommittee Chairman (1984-1991)

Member, National Synchrotron Light Source Users Executive Committee (1983-1985)

Member, Materials Research Advisory Committee of the National Science Foundation (1980-1982)

President, American Crystallographic Association (1978)

Member, Advisory Committee of the Users of the National Synchrotron Light Source, Brookhaven National Laboratory (1978-1980)

Editorial Board, Journal of Crystal and Molecular Structure (1977-1981)

Member, Commission on Neutron Diffraction, International Union of Crystallography (1975-1978)

Member, USA National Committee for Crystallography of the National Academy of Sciences (1972-1975, 1977-1980, 1987-1999)

Member, Commission on Charge, Spin and Momentum Distributions of the International Union of Crystallography (1972-1982)

Editor, Vol. 8, Transactions of the American Crystallographic Association (1972)


PROFESSIONAL ORGANIZATIONS

American Crystallographic Association

American Chemical Society

American Association for the Advancement of Science

International Union of Crystallography 


CONFERENCE ORGANIZATION

Chairman, Workshop on Dynamic Structural Photocrystallography in Chemistry & Materials Science, University at Buffalo, June 16-20, 2013

Co-Chairman Symposium on 'Time-Resolved Diffraction', Annual American Crystallographic Association Meeting, July 2003

International Summer School on Crystallographic Computing, Ottawa 1968 (Chairman and organizer of sessions on Absorption and Extinction Corrections). 

Chairman of Spring 1972 Symposium of the American Crystallographic Association, Albuquerque, New Mexico on Experimental Determination of Electron Densities, Editor proceedings. 

Member of Planning Committee and Invited Lecturer at NATO Summer School on Experimental Aspects of X-ray and Neutron Single Crystal Diffraction Methods, Aarhus, DENMARK, Summer, 1972. 

Overseas Co-chairman of the Session on Electron Density Determination at the 1972 Conference of the International Union of Crystallography, Kyoto, JAPAN. 

Member Program Committee, International Crystallography Conference, Melbourne, AUSTRALIA 1974. 

Member, Program Committee, 10th International Conference of the International Union of  Crystallography 1975, Amsterdam, THE NETHERLANDS. 

Spring 1974 Conference of American Crystallographic Association, Co-organizer of Tutorial Session. 

Organizing Committee NATO Advanced Study Institute on Electronic and Magnetic Distributions in Molecules and Crystals, Arles, FRANCE, August 16-31, 1978. 

Co-Chair, First Gordon Conference on Electron Distributions and Chemical Bonding, Plymouth State College, NH, July, 1978. 

Scientific Steering Committee Workshop on Neutron Crystallography, Argonne National Laboratory, November 15-17, 1978. 

Advisory Committee, ACS-ACA Symposium of Low Dimensional Solids, Hawaii, 1979. 

Organizing Committee, Sagamore VI Conference, Mont Tremblant, CANADA, August, 1979. 

Co-Chairman, ACS Symposium on Electron Distributions and the Chemical Bond, Atlanta, March 29-April 1, 1981. 

Co-Chairman, Session on "Chemical Significance of Charge and Spin Density Distributions." 1984 Congress of the International Union of Crystallography, Hamburg, GERMANY. 

Advisory Committee, Conference on Chemical Applications of Synchrotron Radiation.  Brookhaven National Laboratory, November, 1987. 

European Synchrotron Planning Conference, March, 1989. 


UNIVERSITY COMMITTEES

Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Curriculum Committee (1968-1969)

Chemistry Department Personnel Committee (1969-1974)

Graduate Student Recruitment Committee (1969-1971)

Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Committee on the Distribution of Institutional Funds (1969-1971)

Library Committee (1969-1973)

Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics Committee on Minority Hiring (1969-1973)

Search Committee for Chairman of the Department of Geological Sciences (1971-1972)

Chemistry Department Executive Committee (1971-1973)

Faculty Council of Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics (1971-1974)

SUNY Awards Committee (1975-1978)

Search Committee Director, SUNY/Buffalo Computer Center (1976)

Evaluation Panel, Biophysics Department, Roswell Park Memorial Institute, Graduate Division of SUNYAB (September, 1977)

Graduate Affairs Committee, Chemistry Department (1978)

Advisory Panel, Office of Computer Services (1977-1984)

Chairman, Search Committee, Chairman, Department of Computer Sciences (1979)

Chemistry Department, Colloquium Committee (1980-1982)

Chemistry Department, Graduate Student Affairs Committee (1981)

Chemistry Department, Library Liaison Committee (1981-1990)

President's Task Force on Computer Allocation Policy (1981-1982)

Chairman, Search Committee for Chair of Computer Science Department (1983)

Research Advisory Council of SUNY/Buffalo (1983-1986)

Faculty of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, Elected Personnel Committee (1985-1986)

Chemistry Department Personnel Committee (1986-1996, Chairman 1986-1993)

University Council on Research and Sponsored Programs (1992-1996)

Chemistry Department Awards Committee (1992-1996, 2001-present)

Chemistry Department Colloquium Committee (1996-present)

Chemistry Department Instrument Committee (2001-present)


POST-DOCTORAL FELLOWS AND ASSOCIATES

Dr. T. V. Willoughby, University of Oklahoma (1968-1969)

Dr. Finn K. Larsen, University of Aarhus, DENMARK (1969-1971) (Fulbright Fellow)

Dr. Robert G. Little, SUNYAB (1969-1970)

Dr. D. Jones, Harvard University (Sept. 1970-Sept. 1971)

Dr. F. K. Ross, University of Illinois (Feb. 1971-Sept. 1972)

Dr. W. F. Cooper, SUNYAB (Sept. 1971-1972)

Dr. B. Rees, University of Strasbourg, FRANCE (1971-1972) (NATO Fellow)

Dr. J. G. Leipoldt, University of Beloembontein, SOUTH AFRICA (1971-1972)

Dr. J. Edmonds, Rice University, Houston, Texas (1970-1971)

Dr. R. H. Blessing, University of Athens, Ohio (1972-1973)

Dr. P. J. Becker, University of Paris, FRANCE (1972-1973) (NATO Fellow)

Dr. E. D. Stevens, University of California at Davis (1973-1975)

Dr. W. Bats, Technological Institute, Twente, THE NETHERLANDS (1973-1975)

Dr. Y. Wang, University of Illinois at Urbana (1973-1974)

Dr. N. K. Hansen, University of Aarhus, DENMARK (1975-1977)

Dr. J. L. Staudenmann, University of Geneva, SWITZERLAND (1976-1977) (Swiss National Research Fellow)

Dr. P. F. Price, University of Western AUSTRALIA (1976-1977)

Dr. T. N. Guru Row, Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, INDIA (1977-1979)

Dr. A. Kontio, University of Helsinki, FINLAND (1978-1980)

Dr. G. M. Moss, University of Melbourne, AUSTRALIA (1978-1980)

Dr. K. M. Murphy, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (1978-1980) (NSF-CNRS Fellow)

Dr. F. Baert, University of Lille, FRANCE (1979-1980) (NSF-CNRS fellow)

Dr. R. Boehme, Boston University (1979-1981)

Dr. Zhu Nai Jue, Academica Sinica, Peking, CHINA (1980-1982)

Dr. R. Ortega, University of New Mexico (1980-1982)

Dr. C. Lecomte, University of Nancy, FRANCE (1980-1981, 1983)

Dr. Liang Li, University of Peking, CHINA (1981-1984)

Dr. F. Nielsen, University of Copenhagen, DENMARK (1983-1985)

Dr. K. Tanaka, Tokyo Institute of Technology, JAPAN (1983-1984)

Dr. V. Petricek, Czechoslovak National Academy of Sciences, CZECHOSLOVAKIA(1983-1984)

Dr. T. Koritsanszky, Hungarian Academy of Sciences, HUNGARY (1984-1987)

Dr. E. Elkaim, Université de Nancy, FRANCE (1985-1987)

Dr. M. Gajhede, H.C. Orsted Institute, DENMARK (1985-1986)

Dr. D. Levendis, University of Witwatersrand, SOUTH AFRICA (1986-1987)

Dr. P. R. Mallinson, The University of Glasgow, SCOTLAND (1986-1987)

A. Paturle, University of Grenoble, FRANCE (1987-1990)

Dr. R. Restori, University of Glasgow, SCOTLAND (1987-1989)

Dr. K. Maly, Czechoslovak National Academy of Sciences, CZECHOSLOVAKIA (1988-1989)

H. Graafsma, University of Twente, THE NETHERLANDS (1988-1991)

J. Majewski, Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, Poland (1990)

Dr. I. Cisarova, Czechoslovakian Academy of Sciences, CZECHOSLOVAKIA (1990-1991)

Dr. M. R. Pressprich, Washington State University (1991-1995)

Dr. J. Thiel, Northwestern University (1991-1992)

A. Frost-Jensen, University of Aarhus, Denmark (1988-1989, 1990-1991)

G. Poorthuis, Twente University, Enschede, The Netherlands (1990)

C. van Beek, Twente University, Enschede, The Netherlands (1991-1992)

A. Mironov, Moscow State University, USSR (1991-1992)

Dr. Zhengwei Su, SUNY @ Buffalo (1992-1997)

B. Iversen, Aarhus University, Denmark (1992-1993)

Dr. V. Pichon-Pesme, FRANCE (1993)

Dr. Mark A. White, SUNY @ Buffalo (1992-1994)

Dr. Yoshiki Ozawa, Himeji Institute of Technology (1995-1996)

Dr. Michael Carducci, University of Arizona (1995-1997)

Dr. Jacek Zaleski, University of Opole, POLAND (1996-1997)

Dr. Guang Wu, University of Antwerp, BELGIUM (1996-2002)

Dr. Wifred Fullagar, Australian National University, AUSTRALIA (1997-1999)

Dr. Yuriy Abramov, Karpov Institute of Physical Chemistry, Moscow, RUSSIA (1997-2001)

Dr. Jozef Kozisek, Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic (1999)

Dr. Andrej Dvorsky, Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic (1999)

Dr. Andrey Konarev, Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics RAS, Chernogolovka, Russia (2000)

Dr. Martin Breza, Slovak Technical University, Bratislava, Slovakia (2000)

Dr. Rimma Lyubovskaya, Institute of Problems of Chemical Physics RAS, Chernogolovka, Russia (2001)

Dr. Sebastien Pillet, Laboratoire de cristallographie et modélisation des matériaux minéraux et biologiques, UHP Nancy I, Cédex, France (2000-2001)

Dr. Bao-qing Ma, Peking University, Beijing, P. R. China (2000-2003)

Dr. Jacqueline Cole, University of Cambridge, United Kingdome (2001)

Dr. Bernardo Rodrigues, Federal University of Minas Gerais, Belo Horizonte, Brazil (2001-2002)

Dr. Milan Gembicky, Slovak University of Technology, Slovak Republic (2002-2009)

Dr. Shao-Liang Zheng, Sun Yat-Sen University, Guangzhou, P. R. China (2003- 2009)

Dr. Paulina Dominiak, University of Warsaw, Poland (2005-2006)

Dr. Marc Messerschmidt, Free University, Berlin, Germany (2004-2006)

Dr. Jing Zhang, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, China (2005-2006)

Dr. Cara Nygren, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, USA (2005-2006)

Adam Dominiak, Warsaw's School of Information and Technology, Poland (2005-2006)

Dr. Irina Novozhilova, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA (2003-2006)

Dr. Anatoliy Volkov, State University of New York at Buffalo, USA (2000- 2007)

Ivan Nemec, Slovak University of Technology, Bratislava, Slovakia (2006)

Dr. Christophe Vande Velde, University of Antwerp, Wilrijk, Belgium (2006 - 2007)

Dr. Yuan-Zhu Zhang, Peking University, Beijing, China (2006 - 2007)

Dr. Mateusz Pitak, Jagiellonian University, Cracow, Poland (2006 - 2008)

Dr. Katarina Matuszna, Slovak University of Technology, Slovakia (2007- 2008)

Dr. Stephan Scheins, Free University, Berlin, Germany (2008- 2009)

Mette Schmoekel, Aarhus University, Denmark (2010-2010) 

Dr. Jason B. Benedict, University of Washington, Seattle, USA (2008 - 2011)

Dr. Anna Makal, University of Warsaw, Poland (2010-2012)

Dr. Jaroslaw Andrzej Kalinowski, University of Warsaw, Poland (2010-2012)

Dr. Katarzyna Jarzembska, University of Warsaw, Poland (2013-2014)

Dr.Radoslaw Kaminski, University of Warsaw, Poland (2009-2010, 2013-2014)

Dr. Elzbieta Trzop, University of Rennes, France (2010-2014)

Dr. Lei Zhang, University of Cambridge, United Kingdom (2014-2015)

Dr. Bertrand G. M. Fournier, Nancy University, France (2011-2015)

Dr. Yang Chen, Soochow University, Jiangsu, China (2011-present)

Dr. Krishnayan Basuroy, Indian Institute of Science, India (2014-present)

Dr. Ryan Thomas, Wayne State University, USA (2015-present)


INVITED LECTURES AND SEMINARS

ACS - Fall meeting, New York City, 1969

Hunter College, New York City, 1969

IBM, Thomas J. Watson Res. Labs., 1969

Brookhaven National Laboratory, 1969

Medical Foundation of Buffalo, 1969

University of Aarhus, DENMARK, September, 1970

University of Groningen, THE NETHERLANDS, September, 1970

Ohio State University, Columbus, OH, October, 1970

McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA, November, 1970

Meeting Improvement of Scattering Models in X-ray and Neutron Crystallography, CECAM, Orsay, FRANCE, May, 1971

Gordon Conference on Physics and Chemistry of Solid State, August, 1971, X-ray Diffraction Studies of the Electron Distribution in Small Molecules, University of Massachusetts, October, 1971

NATO Summer School on Experimental Aspects of X-ray and Neutron Single Diffraction Methods, Aarhus, DENMARK, Summer, 1972

ACA Symposium, Albuquerque, NM, April 4, 1972

University of Aarhus, DENMARK, April, 1972

NATO Advanced Study Institute, Aarhus, DENMARK, August, 1973 (3 Lectures)

Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovoth, ISRAEL, August, 1972

Electron Density Studies, Recent Results, presented at meeting of the International Union of Crystallography, Kyoto, JAPAN, September, 1972

Charge Distribution Measurement by X-ray Diffraction as Applied to Organic and Inorganic Crystals, Syracuse University, October 27, 1972

Ionicity in Crystals: Quantitative Evidence from Diffraction Data, Geophysical Institute, Washington, DC, November, 1972

Crystallography Department, University of Pittsburgh, February, 1972

Walter C. Hamilton Memorial Symposium, Brookhaven National Laboratory, June, 1972

Sagamore IV Conference on Experimental and Theoretical Studies of Charge, Spin and Momentum Densities, Minsk, USSR, August, 1973

First European Crystallographic Conference, Bordeaux, FRANCE, September, 1973

Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, November, 1973

Alfred University, College of Ceramics, March 14, 1974

NATO Advanced Institute on Electronic Structure of Polymers and Crystals, Namur, BELGIUM, September, 1974

Centre Nucleaire, Grenoble, FRANCE, December 9, 1974

Symposium on Inter and Intramolecular Forces in Polymers, MIT, Army Materials and Mechanics Research Center, January 6, 1975

National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, January 16, 1975

University of Lausanne, SWITZERLAND, Institut de Chimie Organique, January 29, 1975

University of Geneva, SWITZERLAND, Organic Chemistry Department, January 30, 1975

ETH, Zurich, SWITZERLAND, February 19, 1975

Association Française de Cristallographie, Paris, FRANCE, March 5, 1975

Laboratoire de Mecanique Ondulatoire Applique, Paris, FRANCE, March 6, 1975

Universite Louis Pasteur de Strasbourg, FRANCE, March 7, 1975

Chemical Society of Belgium, Namur, BELGIUM, March 13-14, 1975

Universite de Rennes, Bretagne, FRANCE, April 18, 1975

Max Planck Institute, Stutgart, WEST GERMANY, April 28, 1975

Buergenstock Stereochemistry Conference, SWITZERLAND, April 30, 1975

Chemical Institute, Uppsala University, SWITZERLAND, May 13-16, 1975

Physics Department, University of Helsinki, FINLAND, May 19, 1975

Annual Meeting Danish Crystallography Society, May 23, 1975

Chemical Society, Milan, ITALY, June 6, 1975

Summer School on Charge, Spin and Momentum Densities, University of Warwick, ENGLAND, August, 1975

Xth Congress, International Union of Crystallography, Amsterdam, HOLLAND, August, 1975

Michigan State University, November 11, 1975

Greenville B. Frost, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, CANADA, February 24-25, 1976

Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, June 23, 1976

University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY, October 26, 1976

Bat-Sheva Seminar on Electron Density Mapping of Molecules and Molecular Crystals, Rehovoth, ISRAEL, April 18-28, 1977

Conference on Synthesis and Properties of Low-Dimensional Materials, NY Academy of Sciences, June 13-16, 1977

International Conference on the Physics of Transition Metals, University of Toronto, CANADA, August, 15-19, 1977

Institute Laue-Langevin, Grenoble, FRANCE, April 14, 1977

University of Parma, ITALY, May 2, 1977

Bell Laboratories, Murray Hill, NJ, November 15, 1977

Texas A&M University, April 17, 1978

University of Namur, BELGIUM, September 6, 1978

NATO Summer School on Electronic and Magnetic Distributions in Molecules and Crystals, Arles, FRANCE, August 1978 (2 Lectures)

Xerox Research Laboratories, Rochester, NY, October 6, 1978

Iowa State University, November 2, 1978

IBM Research Laboratory, Yorktown Heights, March 5, 1979

ACS Symposium on Properties of Low Dimensional Solids, Honolulu, HI, April, 1979

NAS Advisory Panel on Solid State Sciences Symposium, Brookhaven National Laboratory, April 10, 1979

University of Missouri, Department of Physics, April 18, 1979

Sagamore VI Conference Mont Tremblant, August, 1979 (tutorial lecture)

Lycoming College, Williamsport, PA, October 17, 1978

National Bureau of Standards, Gaithersburg, MD, November 9, 1978

Case Western Reserve University, November 29, 1979

1980 Winter School on Crystallographic Computing, Bangalore, INDIA, January 9, 1980

11th National Conference on Crystallography, Calcutta, INDIA, January 18, 1980 (plenary lecture)

Bhabha Atomic Research Center, Bombay, INDIA, January 22, 1980

Anorganisch-Chemisches Institut, University of Muenster, WEST GERMANY, March 4, 1980; Laboratory for Structural Chemistry, University of Bochum, WEST GERMANY, March 5, 1980; Anorganisch-Chemisches Institut, University of Heidelberg, WEST GERMANY, March 6, 1980

Max Planck Institute for Biochemistry, Munich, WEST GERMANY, March 10, 1980

Chemistry Institute, University of Frankfurt, WEST GERMANY, March 11, 1980

Plenary lecture - Conference on Structure Analysis and Theoretical Chemistry, Darmstadt, WEST GERMANY, March 12, 1980

Symposium on Structure and Bonding:  Relationships between Quantum Chemistry and Crystallography, Winter Meeting, American Crystallographic Association, March, 1980

University of Bern, SWITZERLAND, July 1, 1980

Chemical Society, Zurich, SWITZERLAND, July 2, 1980

University of Lausanne, SWITZERLAND, July 4, 1980

21st International Conference on Coordination Chemistry, Toulouse, FRANCE, July 8, 1980

Institut Laue-Langevin, Grenoble, FRANCE, July 17, 1980

Symposium on Metal-Metal Bonds and Metal Atom Clusters, Winter Meeting of the American Crystallographic Association, College Station, TX, March 26, 1981

Symposium on Charge Density Studies of Transition Metal Compounds. XII Congress of the International Union of Crystallography, Ottawa, CANADA, August, 1981

Plenary Lecture - XII National Convention of the Italian Crystallographic Association, Florence, ITALY, October, 1981

ACA Winter Meeting Symposium on Low Temperature Crystallography, Washington, D.C., March 29-April 3, 1982

Biophysics Department, SUNY/Buffalo, April 14, 1982

Bertaut Symposium, Institut Laue-Langevin, FRANCE, May 5-6, 1982

Keynote Speaker - Canadian Institute of Chemists National Meeting, Toronto, CANADA, May 3-June 2, 1982

Chemistry Department, National Taiwan University, August 17, 1982

Chemistry Department, Tsing-Hwa University, Taiwan, August 19, 1982

Faculty of Science, Hiroshima University, September 6, 1982

Tokyo Institute of Technology, September 7, 1982

Chemistry Department, Hunter College, NYC, October 22, 1982

Physics Department, SUNY/Buffalo, November 16, 1982

Symposium on New Structural Methods in Inorganic Chemistry ACS Meeting, Seattle, WA, March, 1983

Gordon Conference on Electron Distributions and Chemical Bonding, Plymouth, NH, July 1983

Argonne National Laboratory Synchrotron Workshop, May, 1984

XIII Congress of Crystallography, Hamburg, GERMANY, 1984

Workshop on Spin and Charge Densities, Grenoble, FRANCE, March, 1985

68th Annual Conference, Chemical Inst. of Canada, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, CANADA, June, 1985 

Central Regional Meeting, Am. Chem. Soc., Akron, OH, June 5-7, 1985 

Sagamore Meeting on Charge, Spin and Momentum Densities, Sange Saaby, SWEDEN, July 28-August 3, 1985

Plenary Lecture - 5th International Congress on Quantum Chemistry, Montreal, Quebec, CANADA, August 18-24, 1985

American Crystallographic Association Meeting, Stanford, CA, August 18-25, 1985

Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, Pittsburgh, PA, November 1985

University of Sherbrook, Quebec, CANADA, May 1, 1986

Department of Chemistry, Montana State University, Bozeman, MT, January, 1986

Academia Sinica, Beijing, CHINA (4 Lectures), October, 1985

Institute for Materials Science, Fou Zhu, CHINA, October, 1985

Gordon Conference on Electron Distributions and Chemical Bonding, July, 1986

Czechoslovakian National Academy of Sciences, Prague, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, August, 1986

Chemistry Department, SUNY/Geneseo, October 11, 1986

New Orleans Mardi Gras Symposium on Theoretical Chemistry, February 27, 1987

Royal Society of Chemistry 1987 Autumn Meeting, Nottingham, U.K., September 22, 1987

CNRS, Laboratoire de Cristallography, Grenoble, FRANCE, September 25, 1987

CNRS, Laboratoire de Cristallography, Grenoble, FRANCE, September 30, 1987

Chemistry Department, University of Aarhus, DENMARK, October 2, 1987

Chemistry Department, University of Copenhagen, DENMARK, October 5, 1987

International Congress on Advanced Methods in X-Ray and Neutron Structure Analysis of Materials, Karlovy Vary, CZECHOSLOVAKIA, October 8, 1987

National Conference on the Study of Crystals and Crystal Structures, Lunteren, THE NETHERLANDS, April 11, 1988

3rd N. American Chemical Congress, Toronto, CANADA, June 5-11, 1988 

1988 American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, June 26, 1988-July 1, 1988

Workshop on Chemical Applications of Synchrotron Radiation, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, October 3-4, 1988 

E.I. DuPont de Nemours, Central Research and Development Department, Experimental Station, Wilmington, DE, November 14, 1988

Kent State University, Kent, OH, March 2, 1989

Third Annual Conference on Superconductivity and Applications, Buffalo, NY, September 19, 1989

UCLA Department of Chemistry, Los Angeles, CA, October 19, 1989

University of California at Santa Barbara, Santa Barbara, CA, October 20, 1989

University of Nancy, France, December 16, 1989

NATO Advanced Study Institute, Sant Feliu de Guixols, Costa Brava, Spain, April 19-20, 1990 

Institute Laue Langevin, Grenoble, France, April 27, 1990 

University of Copenhagen, Denmark, May 1, 1990

Crystallographic Institute, Moscow, USSR, May 3, 1990

Moscow State University, Moscow, USSR, May 4, 1990

IUCr Congress at Bordeaux, France, July, 1990

Namur, Belgium, 3 lectures, May 27-29, 1991

74th Canadian Chemical Conference and Exhibition, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, CANADA, June 4, 1991 

Gerhard Schmidt Memorial Symposium, The Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, ISRAEL, June 13, 1991 

Sagamore X, Conference on Charge, Spin and Momentum Densities, Konstanz, Germany, September, 1991 

University of California at Santa Barbara, January 5-19, 1992, 6 lectures 

Gordon Conference, Plymouth, New Hampshire, July 23-24, 1992

University of Twente, Twente, The Netherlands, December 17, 1992 

Gordon Conference on Organic Superconductors in Il Ciocco, Barga, Italy, May 9-14, 1993 

Nordic Research School on the Application of X-ray Synchrotron Radiation in Chemistry Biology and Physics, Aarhus University and Sandbjerg Estate, June 25-July 3, 1993 

1993 X-ray Physics Gordon Conference, Colby-Sawyer College, New London, New Hampshire, August 9-13, 1993 

Lure, Université de Paris Sud, France, October, 1993 

Nagoya Inst. Tech., Nagoya, Japan, January, 1994

Photon Factory Symposium, Tsukuba, Japan, January, 1994

Tokyo Inst. Tech., Tokyo, Japan, January, 1994

Nagoya University, Nagoya, Japan, January, 1994

SPRING-8 High Intensity Synchrotron Laboratory, Himeji, Japan, January, 1994

Scientific Applications of Coherent X-rays, SSRL/SLAC (Stanford, CA), February 12, 1994 

Buerger Award Lecture ACA meeting, Atlanta, GA, August 1994

Small-Moiety Crystallography Symposium, Atlanta, GA, August 1994

Sagamore XI Conference (Charge, Spin and Momentum Densities), Brest, France, August 7-12, 1994 

Biophysics Department, Roswell Park Cancer Institute, September 12, 1994

Four lectures in the Honorable Visitor Program of the National Research Council of Taiwan, January 9-12, 1995

University of New Orleans, February 3, 1995

Honorable Visitor of the National Science Council of the Republic of China, 1995

Departamento de Quimica Inorgánica, Analitica y Quimica Fisica (DQIAQF), Universidad de Buenos Aires, Argentina, May 15, 1995

International School and Workshop on Charge Density Analysis, University of La Plata, Argentina, May 18-23, 1995

1995 Canadian Society for Chemistry Conference and Exhibition (78th annual) ("Back to the Future - a Celebration of 100 years of X-rays Crystallography"), University of Guelph, Guelph, Ontario, May 30, 1995 

Montreal, Canada, American Crystallographic Association meeting, July 23-28, 1995

European Crystallographic Meeting 16, Lund, Sweden, August 7, 1995 

Small Molecule Indaba, Sukuza, South Africa, August, 1995

Royal Society of South Africa, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, August 28, 1995

Royal Society of South Africa, University of Cape Town, August 30, 1995

Advanced Photon Source 7th User Meeting, Chicago, IL, USA, October 17, 1995

2nd Conference of the Asian Crystallographic Association, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, November 24, 1995

Asian School on Crystallographic Computing, Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, November 28, 1995

Annual Charge Density Meeting of the British Crystallographic Association, Durham, UK, December 15, 1995

Aminoff Symposium, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences, Stockholm, March 25, 1996

Crystallographic Institute, Free University Berlin, Germany, March 19, 1996

Midwest Organic Solid State Chemistry Symposium VIII, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA, June 14-15, 1996

NATO Advanced Study Institute and Summer School, Digby, Nova Scotia, Canada, September 18, 1996 (2 lectures)

New Zealand Crystallography Conference, Queenstown, New Zealand, April 2-5, 1997, Plenary Lecturer

Australian National University, Canberra, Australia, April 8, 1997

University of New England, Armidale, Australia, April 10, 1997

17th European Crystallographic Meeting, Lisbon, Portugal, August 18-28, 1997, Opening Lecturer

SUNY at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY, USA, September 19, 1997, Seminar Lecturer

NATO Advanced Research Workshop on "Current Challenges On Large Supramolecular Assemblies", Greece, Athens, October 31-November 5, 1997

The Final Symposium of Scientific Research on Priority Areas"Reaction Control in Organic Crystals" and International Conference on the Reaction in Crystalline State, Okudogo, Matsuyama, Japan, November 11, 1997

University of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA, February 19, 1998, Invited Talk

D. Feil Symposium, University of Twente, The Netherlands, March 13, 1998

215th ACS National Meeting, Dallas, Texas, USA, March 29-April 2, 1998 (2 lectures)

Solid State Chemistry, Technical University, Vienna, Austria, April 27, 1998

Chemistry Division, Argonne National Laboratory, Argonne, IL, May 21, 1998

American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Arlington, Virginia, USA, July 18-23, 1998 (2 lectures)

Gordon Research Conference on "Electron Distribution and Chemical Bonding", Queen's College, Oxford, UK, Aug. 30 - Sept. 4, 1998

Advanced Photon Source, The Consortium for Advanced Radiation Sources (CARS), Chicago, IL, October 16, 1998

University of Zürich, Switzerland, Nov. 20, 1998

Laboratoire de Cristallographie et Modélisation des Matériaux Minéraux et Biologiques (LCM3B) conference dedicated to Prof. P. Coppens (Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Nancy), Université Henri Poincaré, Nancy 1, France, Nov. 25, 1998

217th ACS National Meeting, Anaheim, California, March 21 - 25, 1999

American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Buffalo, New York, May 22-27, 1999

Brockhouse Institute of Materials Research, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada, Feb. 22, 1999

Weizmann Institute of Science, Israel, May 3, 1999

ChemMatCARS Workshop, Argonne, IL, June 29, 1999

IUCR XVIII Congress, Glasgow, Scotland, Aug. 4-13, 1999 (2 lectures)

Technical University of Aachen, Germany, Nov. 12, 1999

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, Dec. 8, 1999

SUNY at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, Feb. 4, 2000

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, Feb. 15, 2000

Workshop on Conceptual Quantum Chemistry, La Colle-sur-Loup, France, June 2, 2000

19th ECM, Nancy, France, Aug. 25-31, 2000

The Institute of Chemistry in Sao Carlos at the University of Sao Paulo, Brazil, Sept. 30 - Oct. 7, 2000

Pacifichem 2000, Honolulu, Hawaii, Dec. 14-19, 2000

University of Hyderabad, India, Jan. 9, 2001

National Chemistry Laboratory, Pune, India, Jan. 15, 2001

Indian Institute of Science, Bangalore, India, Jan. 10, 2001

The University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, Feb. 22, 2001

Workshop on High-Energy X-ray Scattering at the APS, Argonne National Laboratory, March 8-9, 2001

British Crystallographic Association Spring Meeting, University of Reading, UK, April 7-10, 2001

German Synchrotron Facility, Hasylab, Hamburg, Germany, June 22, 2001

Nordic Research Training Course on the Application of X-ray Synchrotron Radiation in Chemistry, Biology and Physics, Sandbjerg Estate, Denmark, June 25, 2001

Chemistry Department, Slovak Technical University, Bratislava, Slovakia, June 29, 2001

15th International Conference on the Chemistry of the Organic Solid State (ICCOSS XV) in Mainz from July 29 to August 3, 2001

Gordon Conference on Electron Distribution and Chemical Bonding, Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley, MA, July 8, 2001

59th Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, October 25-27, 2001

Research Scientific Council, Eastman Kodak Research Laboratories, Rochester, NY, Nov. 12, 2001

Mathematics-Crystallography Seminar, Mathematics Department, SUNY at Buffalo, December 4, 2001

Tel Aviv University, Tel Aviv, Israel, December 17, 2001

Technion, Haifa, Israel, December 18, 2001

Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovoth, Israel, December 19, 2001

University of Akron, Akron, OH, April 3, 2002

University of Delaware, Newark, DE, April 17, 2001

7th MIT/Bruker Symposium on Structural Chemistry, MIT, Cambridge, MA, May 11, 2002

American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, San Antonio, TX, May 25-30, 2002

Introductory Lecturer: Faraday Discussion 122 on 'Time-resolved Chemistry: From Structure to Function', Manchester, UK, June 24-26, 2002

Keynote lecturer: 'Crystal Engineering and Time-resolved Crystallography', CrystEngCom Discussion on Innovation in Crystal Engineering, University of Bristol, UK, June 29-July 1, 2002

XIX Congress and General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography, Geneva, Switzerland, August 6-15, 2002

University of Houston, Houston, TX, September 17, 2002

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, September 18, 2002

European Synchrotron Radiation Facility, Grenoble, France, April 8, 2003

Workshop on X-ray and Electron Studies of Ultrafast Phenomena, Montreux, Switzerland, April 10, 2003

3rd European Charge Density Meeting and European Science Foundation Exploratory Workshop, Sandbjer, Denmark, June 24-29, 2003 (introductory talk)

ACA Annual Meeting, Cincinnati, Ohio, July 26-31, 2003

39th IUPAC Congress and 86th Conference of the Canadian Society for Chemistry, Ottawa, Canada, August 10-15, 2003

10th International Conference on the Application of Density Functional Theory in Chemistry and Physics, Brussels September 7-12, 2003

National Meeting of the Mexican Chemical Society, Ixtapa, Guerrero, Mexico, September 21-25, 2003

CINESTAV Research Institute, Mexico City, Mexico, September 22, 2003

Spring-8 symposium, Himeji, Japan, November 7, 2003

TITECH symposium, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan, November 10-11, 2003

Department of Chemistry, University at Albany, New York, April 13, 2004

27th DOE Solar Photochemistry Research Conference, Warrenton, Virginia, June 6-9, 2004

Norfa Research Training Course On the Application of X-Ray Synchrotron Radiation in Chemistry, Physics, Biology and Medicine, Sandbjerg, Denmark, June 23-29, 2004

Department of Chemistry, University of Warsaw, Poland, June 30, 2004

XVI International School on Physics and Chemistry of Condensed Matter, Structural Aspects of Solids, Bialowieza, Poland, July 1-10, 2004

Workshop on Time Domain Science Using X-ray Techniques, The Abbey, Fontana, Lake Geneva Area, Wisconsin, Aug. 29-Sept. 1, 2004

New Theoretical and Spectroscopic Approaches to Inorganic Chemistry Problems, San Feliu, Costa Brava, Spain, September 4-9, 2004

Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovoth, Israel, November 8, 2004

Canadian Light Source 7th Annual Users' Meeting and Workshops, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan November 20, 2004 

Chemistry Department University of North Texas, Denton, TX March 4, 2005

229th ACS National Meeting and Exposition, March 13-17, 2005

British Crystallographic Association Spring Meeting, Loughborough, UK, April 12, 2005

Department of Chemistry, Michigan State University, Lansing MI, April 25, 2005

Gordon Research Conference, Bryant University, Smithfield RI, July 10-15, 2005

XX Congress of the International Union of Crystallography Florence, Italy, August 23-31, 2005

The UK Synchrotron Radiation Users Meeting, Manchester, UK, September 14, 2005

Department of Chemistry, University of York, UK, September 15, 2005

Department of Chemistry, UCLA, CA, November 16, 2005

University de Rennes 1, Institute de Physique, Rennes, France, November 23, 2005

The Crystallographic Society of Japan Annual Meeting, Himeji City, Hyogo Prefecture, Japan, December 6, 2005

Spring8 Synchrotron Laboratory, Harima Prefecture, Japan, December 7, 2005

KEK Synchrotron Laboratory, Tsukuba, Japan, December 12, 2005

Hauptman Woodward Medical Research Institute, Buffalo, NY, Inaugural Lecture Series, Structural Biology in the 21st Century, Buffalo, NY, December 15, 2005

A. Clearfield Lecturer, Department of Chemistry, Texas A&M University, College Station, NY, March 9, 2006

Physics Department, University of Delaware, Newark, DE, May 3, 2006

APS Workshop on Time-Resolved Science, Chicago, IL, May 7, 2006

XXVIIIth DOE Solar Photochemistry Research Conference, Airlie Conference Center, Warrenton, VA, June 4-7, 2006

XVth Sagamore Conference on Charge, Spin and Momentum Densities, Warwick, UK, August 13-18, 2006

International Conference on Physical Organic Chemistry, ICPOC18, Warsaw, Poland, August       20-25, 2006

Chemistry Department, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA, September 11, 2006

Chemistry Department, Bowling Green State University, Bowling Green, OH, October 4, 2006

W.J. Chute Lecturer, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, October 12-13, 2006 (2 lectures)

A. R. Siedle Lecturer, Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, November 29, 2006 (2 lectures) 

ICSY at National Institute of Materials Science, Tsukuba Science City, Japan, December 7, 2006

MIT Bruker Symposium, Boston, MA, February 8-11, 2007

Inorganic and Organic Photochemistry Symposium at the Central Regional ACS Meeting, Covington, Kentucky, May 20-23, 2007

Gordon Research Conference on Electron Distribution and Chemical Bonding, Mount Holyoke, MA, July 8-13, 2007

American Crystallographic Association - 2007 Annual Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA, July 21-26, 2007

XD2006, Workshop on Charge Density Analysis, Martina Franca, Italy (2 lectures) September 2-6, 2007 

Chemistry Department, Yale University, New Haven, CT, September 26, 2007

Chemistry Department, University of Göttingen, Germany, October 15, 2007 

Crystallography Department, Freie Universität Berlin, Germany, October 17, 2007

Max Planck Institut for Chemical Physics of Solids, Dresden, Germany, October 19, 2007

Institute of Physics, Universität Augsburg, Germany, October 22, 2007

German Chemical Society, München, Germany, October 23, 2007

Chemistry Department, Universität Freiburg, Germany, October 26, 2007

Laboratory of Structural Biology, National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, Duke University, Durham, N.C., December 6, 2007

NSRRC, National Synchrotron Radiation Research Center, Hsinchu, Taiwan, January 3, 2008

National Taiwan University, Taipeh, Taiwan, January 4, 2008

Dong Hua University, Hua-Lien, Taiwan, January 7, 2008

Colloquium honoring Jochen R. Schneider, German Synchrotron Laboratory, DESY, Hamburg, Germany, January 24, 2008

5thEuropean Charge Density Meeting, Gravedona, Italy, June 6-11, 2008

Microsymposium, 21st IUCr Congress, Osaka, Japan, August 23-31, 2008

Department of Physics, University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee, Milwaukee, WI, December 5, 2008

Departments of Physics and Chemistry, University of Toronto, Toronto, ON, December 16, 2008

Norfa Research Training Course, Sandbjerg, Denmark, June 2009

ACA meeting Toronto, Canada, July 25-31, 2009

Chemistry Department, University of Warsaw, Poland, October 22, 2009

Chemistry Department, University of Warsaw, Poland, October 23, 2009

3rd International Advanced School: Molecular Switching and Functional Materials.  Japan, Europe, US International Training Program, University of Rennes, Rennes, France, October 26-28, 2009

XFEL Workshop Budapest, Hungary, December 9-11, 2009

Yale Rigaku Symposium, New Haven, CN June, 2010.

ACA meeting New Orleans, Plenary Lecture May 30, 2011

IUCr Congress Madrid, Spain, August 2011 

Electron Density Summer School, Jaca, Spain, August 30-September 3, 2011 (3 lectures)

Pierre Becker Colloquium, Chateau de Sept Tours, France. September 16-17, 2011 

University of Nancy, France September 19, 2011 (2 lectures)

Rutgers University, Newark, NJ, October 14, 2011

Banff Meeting on Structural Dynamics, Ultrafast Dynamics with X rays and Electrons, Banff, Alberta, February 19-22, 2012

34th DOE Solar Photochemistry Research Conference, Annapolis, MD, June 3-6, 2012

Sagamore XVII July 15-20 2012. Kitayuzawa in Hokkai-do, Japan.

Time-resolved X-ray Science at BioCARS: Past, Present, and Future, Argonne National Laboratory, May 9, 2013.

European Charge Density Meeting ECDM-6. September 16-20, 2012

Pittsburgh Diffraction Conference, SLAC, Stanford University. October 2, 2012

1st Dynamic Structural Science Workshop, Abbingdon, UK, April 15-17, 2013

Charge Density Workshop, Advanced Photon Source, Argonne National Laboratory. Chicago. March 15, 2013.

36th DOE Solar Photochemistry Research Conference, Annapolis, MD, June 2-4, 2014.

23rd Congress & General Assembly of the International Union of Crystallography (IUCr), Montreal, QC, August 5-12, 2014.

Asian Charge Density Workshop, Bangalore, India, February 23-26, 2015.

Department of Physics, Periyar University, Salem, India, February 27-28, 2015.

Department of Chemistry & Chemical Biology, Harvard University, April 23, 2015.

37th DOE Solar Photochemistry Research Conference, Annapolis, MD, May 1-Jun3, 2015.

Sagamore XVIII Conference on Charge, Spin and Momentum Densities (CSMD), Cagliari, Italy, June 7-12, 2015.

American Crystallographic Association Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, PA, July 25-29, 2015.


PUBLICATIONS

1. The reaction of sulphite ions in solutions with persulphate and pyrosulphate, A. W. H. Aten, et. al., , 296 (1956).  J. Inorg. Nucl. Chem.3

2. The crystal structure of the stable modification of p-nitrophenol, P. Coppens, G. M. J. Schmidt and J. Gillis, . B, 196 (1958).  Proc. Kon. Ned. Ak. Wet61

3. Intramolecular repulsions in substitute aromatic molecules, P. Coppens,, 2523 (1962).  J. Chem. Phys. 36

4. The crystal structure of potassium-O-O-dimethyl-phosphordithioate, P. Coppens, C. H. MacGillavry, S. G. Hovenkamp and H. Douwes, , 765 (1962).  Acta Cryst. 15

5. Free radicals formed from o-substituted nitrocompounds, A. J. Tench and P. Coppens, , 1378 (1963).  J. Phys. Chem.67

6. X-ray diffraction analysis of o-nitrobenzaldehyde and some substituted o-nitrobenzaldehydes, P. Coppens and G. M. J. Schmidt,, 222 (1964).  Acta Cryst. 17

7. The phase transformation β∅α p-nitrophenol, M.D. Cohen, P. Coppens and G. M. J. Schmidt, , 258 (1964).  J. Phys. Chem. Solids25

8. Crystallography of phase transformations in molecular crystals (Abstract), P. Coppens and I. Heairfield, , 83 (1964).  Isr. J. Chem. 2

9. A neutron diffraction study of o-nitrobenzaldehyde and the C-H ...O interaction, P. Coppens, , 573 (1964). Acta Cryst.17

10. X-ray diffraction and atomic dipole moments, P. Coppens and F. L. Hirshfeld, , 117 (1964).  Isr. J. Chem.2

11. The crystal structure of the α-modification of p-nitrophenol near 90'K, P. Coppens and G. M. J. Schmidt, , 62 (1965).  Acta Cryst. 18

12. The crystal structure of the metastable (β-) modification of p-nitrophenol, P. Coppens and G. M. J. Schmidt, , 654 (1965).  Acta Cryst.18

13. Calculation of absorption corrections for camera and diffractometer data, P. Coppens, L. Leiserowitz and D. Rabinovitch, , 1035 (1965).  Acta Cryst.18

14. The crystal structure of manganese cyclopentadiene, P. Coppens, , 1298 (1964).  Nature204

15. Determination of the crystal structure of yttrium-orthoferrite and refinement of gadolinium-orthoferrite, P. Coppens and M. Eibschutz, , 524 (1965).  Acta Cryst.19

16. Structural relationship between two polymorphic forms of β-naphthol, P. Coppens and I. Heairfield, , 25 (1965).  Isr. J. Chem.3

17. The relative stability of cyclic olefins, II. Calculations on 1-, 3-, and 4-methyl substituted cyclenes, P. Coppens, E. Gil-Av, J. Herling and J. Shabtai., 4111 (1965).  , J. Am. Chem. Soc 87

18.A comparison of analytical and numerical methods for the evaluation of the absorption correction in crystal structure analysis, P. Coppens, J. DeMeulenaer and H. Tompa, , 601 (1967).  Acta Cryst.22

19. The effect of asymmetry on the atomic charge distribution on the positions of terminal atoms as determined with X-rays, P. Coppens and C. A. Coulson, , 718 (1967).  Acta Cryst.23

20. The use of a Joule-Thomson refrigerator for neutron diffraction at liquid nitrogen temperatures, P. Coppens, J. Godel and T. M. Sabine, , 1333 (1967).  Rev. Sci. Instru.38

21. Comparative X-ray and neutron diffraction study of bonding effects in s-Triazine, P. Coppens, , 1577-1579 (1967).  Science158

22. The elimination of multiple reflection on the four-circle diffractometer, P. Coppens, A, 253 (1968).  Acta Cryst.24

23. Errors in electron density maps and the use of integrated densities in the study of charge density distributions, P. Coppens and W. C. Hamilton, B, 925 (1968).  Acta Cryst.24

24. A low temperature phase transition in s-triazine, P. Coppens and T. M. Sabine,, 507 (1968).  J. Mol. Cryst. 3

25. Evidence for systematic errors in X-ray temperature parameters resulting from bonding effects, P. Coppens, B, 1272 (1968).  Acta. Cryst.24

26. Errors in the calculated structure factors caused by the spherical form factor model, P. Coppens, A, 180 (1969).  Acta Cryst.25

27. Neutron diffraction study of hydrogen bonding and thermal motion in deuterated α and β oxalic acid dehydrate, P. Coppens and T. M. Sabine, B, 2442-2451 (1969).  Acta Cryst.25

28. An experimental determination of the asphericity of the atomic charge distribution in oxalic acid dihydrate, P. Coppens, T. M. Sabine, R. G. Delaplane and J. A. Ibers, B, 2451-2458 (1969).  Acta Cryst. 25

29. Diffraction studies of the chemical bond, P. Coppens, , 25-33 (1969).  Organic Solid State Chem.

30.New perspectives in neutron diffraction analysis of small organic molecules, P. Coppens, in ed. B.T.M. Willis, Oxford University Press.  Measurements and Interpretations of Accurate Neutron Structure Factors.

31.Influences of bonding effects on thermal parameters as determined by X-ray diffraction, in , NBS special publication No. 301.  Molecular Dynamics and Structure of Solids

32.Anisotropic extinction refinement in the Zachariasen approximation, P. Coppens and W. C. Hamilton,A, 71 (1970).  Acta Cryst.26

33. Electron population parameters from least-squares refinement of X-ray diffraction data, P. Coppens, L. S. Csonka and T. V. Willoughby, , 1126 (1970).  Science 167

34.The evaluation of absorption and extinction in single crystal structure analysis, P. Coppens. Chapters in , Munksgaard, Copenhagen, 1970.  Crystallographic Computing

35. Electron density distribution in cyanuric acid. Part II. Neutron diffraction study at liquid nitrogen temperature and comparison of X-ray and neutron diffraction results, P. Coppens and A. Vos, B, 146 (1971).  Acta Cryst.27

36. Electron population analysis of accurate diffraction data. I. Formalisms and restrictions, P. Coppens., T. V. Willoughby and L. N. Csonka, A, 248 (1971).  Acta Cryst.27

37.Electron population analysis of accurate diffraction data. II. Application of one center formalisms to some organic and inorganic molecules, P. Coppens, D. Pautler and J. F. Griffin, ., 1051 (1971).  J. Am. Chem.Soc93

38.X-ray structure analysis of cubic tetracyanoethylene and the length of the C=N bond: Application of a double atom refinement method, R. G. Little, D. Pautler and P. Coppens, B, 1493 (1971).  Acta Cryst.27

39.X-ray structure of lithium azide monohydrate and net atomic charges as obtained by the extended L-shell method, J.F. Griffin and P. Coppens, (1971).  Chem. Comm.502

40.Determination of nuclear positions from X-ray data by a double-atom refinement method, P. Coppens, B, 1931 (1971).  Acta Cryst.27

41.Charge densities and bond order for zero differential overlap wavefunctions: Comparison with calculations and diffraction results, J.W. McIver, Jr., P. Coppens and D. Nowack,, 82 (1971).  ab-initio Chem. Phys. Lett. 11

42. Crystal and molecular structure of the aromatic sulfur compound, bis-1,3-dithiole: Evidence for d-orbital participation in bonding, W.F. Cooper, N.C. Kenny, J.W. Edmonds, A. Nagel, F. Wudl and P. Coppens, . (1971).  Chem. Comm889

43.The crystal and molecular structure of [N,N'-di(2-aminoethyl)malondiamidato] nickel(II) trihydriate, R.M. Lewis, G.H. Nancollas and P. Coppens, , 1371 (1972).  Inorg. Chem. 11

44.The crystal and molecular structure of a non-alternant hydrocarbon: Heptafulvalene, R. Thomas and P. Coppens, B, 1800 (1972).  Acta Cryst.28

45.The use of a polarized hydrogen atom in X-ray structure refinement, P. Coppens, . B, 1648 (1972).  Acta Cryst28

46.Charge distribution in the light atom mineral kernite, P. Coppens, W.F. Cooper and F.K. Larsen, , 165 (1972).  Science176

47.Absolute intensities and the chemical objective of charge density studies by diffraction methods, P. Coppens,, 85 (1972).  Israel J. Chem.10

48.Electron population analysis of accurate diffraction data. IV. Evaluation of two-center formalisms, D.S. Jones, D. Pautler and P. Coppens, . A, 635 (1972).  Acta Cryst28

49.Alternatives in the comparison of experimental and theoretical charge densities, P. Coppens, , 93 (1972).  Trans. Am. Cryst. Assoc.8

50.Benzene ring distortions in benzene chromium tricarbonyl as determined by X-ray and neutron diffraction at 78K, B. Rees and P. Coppens, , 102 (1972).  J. Organomet. Chem.42

51.Electron population analysis of accurate diffraction data. III. Application of one and two-center formalisms to tetracyanoethylene oxide, D.A. Matthews, G.D. Stucky and P. Coppens, , 8001 (1972).  J. Am. Chem. Soc.94

52.Electron population analysis of accurate diffraction data. V. Structure and one-center charge refinement of the light atom mineral kernite, Na 2B4O6(OH)2.3H2O, W.F. Cooper, R.K. Larsen, P. Coppens and R.F. Giese, , 21 (1973). Am. Mineralogist58

53.Heptafulvalene: Ring strain or hydrogen repulsion?, P. Coppens, B, 1359 (1973).  Acta Cryst.29

54.Correlation between structure and temperature dependent magnetic behavior of Fe dithiocarbamate complexes. The crystal structure of tris(N,N diethyldithiocarbamato) iron(III) at 297 and 79K, J.G. Leipoldt and P. Coppens, , 2269 (1973).  Inorg. Chem. 12

55.Electronic structure of benzene chromium tricarbonyl by X-ray and neutron diffraction at 78˚K, B. Rees and P. Coppens, B, 2516 (1973).  Acta Cryst.29

56.A cryostat for collection of three-dimensional diffractometer data at liquid helium temperature, P. Coppens, F.K. Ross, R.H. Blessing, W.F. Cooper, F.K. Larsen, J.G. Leipoldt, B. Rees and R. Leonard, , 315-319 (1974).  J. Appl. Cryst.7

57.Extinction within the limit of validity of the Darwin transfer equations. I. General formalisms for primary and secondary extinction and their application to spherical crystals, P.J. Becker and P. Coppens, A, 129-147 (1974).  Acta Cryst.30

58.Extinction within the limit of validity of the Darwin transfer equations. II. Refinement of extinction in spherical crystals of SrF 2 and LiF, P.J. Becker and P. Coppens, A, 148 (1974).  Acta Cryst.30

59.The valence electron distribution in cubic tetracyanoethylene by the combined use of X-ray and neutron diffraction, P.J. Becker, P. Coppens and F.K. Ross, , 7604 (1973).  J. Am. Chem. Soc.95

60.Some implications of combined X-ray and neutron diffraction studies, P. Coppens, B, 255 (1974).  Acta Cryst.30

61.Measurement of electron densities in solids by X-ray diffraction (Review Article): Series 2, , p. 21-45.  MTP International Review of Science,11

62.Computer analysis of step-scanned X-ray data, R.H. Blessing, P. Coppens and P. Becker, , 488 (1974).  J. Appl. Cryst.7

63.On the crystallography of the TTF-TCNQ salt at reduced temperatures, R.H. Blessing and P. Coppens, , 215 (1974).  Solid State Comm.15

64.On the experimental electron distribution in silicon, Y.W. Yang and P. Coppens, , 1555 (1974).  Solid State Comm.15

65.Experimental charge densities in solids and their significance for theoretical calculations (Review Article): , Namur, BELGIUM, in , J.M. Andre and J. Lakid, Eds., Plenum Press, 1975.  NATO Advanced Study Institute ProceedingsElectronic Structures of Polymers and Molecular Crystals

66.A liquid nitrogen temperature study of the pyrene-d 8-tetracyanoethylene charge transfer complex, F.K. Larsen, R.G. Little and P. Coppens, B, 430 (1975). Acta Cryst.31

67.The crystal structure of sodium sulfanilate dihydrate, J.W. Bats and P. Coppens, B, 1467 (1975).  Acta Cryst.31

68.Extinction within the limit of validity of the Darwin transfer equations.  III. Non-spherical crystals and anisotropy of extinction, P.J. Becker and P. Coppens, A, 417 (1975).  Acta Cryst.31

69.Experimental measurements of the X-ray scale factor for charge density studies, E.D. Stevens and P. Coppens, A, 612 (1975).  Acta Cryst.31

70.The valence electron distribution in α-Perdeutero glycylglycine: A high-resolution study of the peptide bond, J.F. Griffin and P. Coppens, , 3496-7604 (1975).  J. Am. Chem. Soc.97

71.Charge density studies below liquid nitrogen temperature (I): X-ray analysis of p-nitropyridine N-oxide at 30K, Y. Wang, R.H. Blessing, F.K. Ross and P. Coppens, B, 572 (1976).  Acta Cryst. 32

72.Charge transfer in TTF-TCNQ by direct integration of X-ray diffraction amplitudes, P. Coppens, , 98 (1975).  Phys. Rev. Lett.35

73.The temperature dependence of the crystal and molecular structure of Δ 2.2'-bi-1,3-dithiole [TTF]-7,7,8,8 tetracyano-p-quinomethane [TCNQ], A.J. Schultz, G.D. Stucky, R.H. Blessing and P. Coppens, , 3194 (1976). J. Am. Chem. Soc.98

74.The electron distribution in superconducting alloys: I. Analysis of V 3Si at room temperature, J.L. Staudenmann, P. Coppens and J. Miller, , 29 (1976). Solid State Comm.19

75.The electron distribution in μ-acetylene-bis (cyclopentadienylnickel) by low temperature X-ray diffraction, Y. Wang and P. Coppens, , 1122 (1976).  Inorg. Chem.15

76.Accurate X-ray diffraction and quantum chemistry: The study of charge density distributions, P. Coppens and E.D. Stevens,, 1-35 (1977).  Advances in Quantum Chem. 10

77.Experimental electron density and chemical bonding, P. Coppens, , 32 (1977).  Angewandte Chemie 16

78.Charge density studies below liquid nitrogen temperature (II): Neutron analysis of p-nitropyridine N-oxide at 30K and comparison with X-ray results, P. Coppens and M.S. Lehmann, B, 1777 (1976).  Acta Cryst.32

79.A priori estimates of the errors in experimental electron densities, E.D. Stevens and P. Coppens, A, 915-917 (1976).  Acta Cryst.32

80.The experimental charge distribution in sulfur containing molecules: A study of the deformation density in sulfamic acid at 78K by X-ray and neutron diffraction, J.W. Bats, P. Coppens and T.F. Koetzle,B, 37-45 (1977).  Acta Cryst.33

81. Fitting atomic scattering factors to molecular charge distributions, J. Rys, H.F. King and P. Coppens, , 383 (1976).  Chem. Phys. Lett.41

82.Electron density distribution of the azide ion. Quantitative comparison of theoretical calculations with experimental measurements, E.D. Stevens, J. Rys and P. Coppens, , 265 (1977).  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 99

83.The experimental charge distribution in sulfur containing molecules: Structure determination and electron density study of NaSCN at reduced temperatures, J.W. Bats, P. Coppens and A. Kvick, B, 1534 (1977).  Acta Cryst.33

84.The experimental charge distribution in sulfur containing molecules: A study of the deformation density in NH 4SCN at 81K by combined X-ray and neutron diffraction, J.W. Bats and P. Coppens, B, 1542 (1977). Acta Cryst.33

85.Calculation of dynamic electron density distributions from static molecular wavefunctions, E.D. Stevens, J. Rys and P. Coppens, A, 333 (1977).  Acta Cryst.33

86. The experimental charge distribution in sulfur containing molecules: Analysis of cyclic octasulfur at 300 and 1000K, P. Coppens, Y.W. Yang, R.H. Blessing, W.F. Cooper and F.K. Larsen, 99, 760 (1977).  J. Am. Chem. Soc.

87.An estimate of the effect of series termination on deformation density peak heights, M.S. Lehmann and P. Coppens, A, 530 (1977).  Acta Chem. Scand.31

88.X-ray diffraction measurement of net atomic and molecular charges, P. Coppens and T.N. Guru Row, NY Acad. Sciences , 244 (1978).  Proceedings New York Academy of Sciences, Annals.313

89.The electron density in beryllium metal as studied by Fourier methods, Y.W. Yang and P. Coppens, A, 61 (1978).  Acta Cryst.34

90.Combining X-ray and neutron diffraction: The study of charge density distributions in solids, P. Coppens, in , H. Dachs, Ed., Springer Verlag, Berlin, , 71-111 (1978).  Neutron DiffractionTop. Curr. Phys.6

91.Experimental electron density distribution of sodium hydrogen diacetate.  Evidence for covalency in a short hydrogen bond, E.D. Stevens, M.S. Lehmann and P. Coppens, , 2829 (1977).  J. Am. Chem. Soc.99

92.What systems can be studied, have been studied, should be studied?, P. Coppens, , 144 (1977).  Israel J. Chem.16

93.Overcoming the free-atom bias with modified least-squares formalisms, P. Coppens, , 159 (1977).  Israel J. Chem.16

94.The combination of aspherical-atom least-squares refinements with Fourier Methods, P. Coppens and N.K. Hansen, , 163 (1977).  Israel J. Chem.16

95.Static versus dynamic densities, P. Coppens and E.D. Stevens, , 175 (1977).  Israel J. Chem.16

96.Quantitative comparison of theoretical calculations with the experimentally determined electron density distribution of formamide, E.D. Stevens, J. Rys and P. Coppens, , 2324-2328 (1978).  J. Am. Chem. Soc.100

97.Stereographic projections of experimental electron density distributions, E.D. Stevens and P. Coppens, , 251 (1977).  J. Cryst. Mol. Struct.7

98.Measurement and interpretation of the electron distribution in superconducting alloys, P. Coppens, , 630 (1978).  Int. Phys. Conf. Series39

99.The structure of thiotriazyl nitrate (S 4N3+NO3-). Evidence for a triangular arrangement with short contacts between an oxygen atom and the disulfide group, T.N. Guru Row and P. Coppens, , 1670 (1978). Inorg. Chem. 17

100.Electron population analysis of accurate diffraction data. VI. Testing aspherical atom refinements on small-molecule data sets, N.K. Hansen and P. Coppens, A, 909-921 (1978).  Acta Cryst.34

101.Crystal structure of tetrasulfur tetranitride (S 4N4) at 120K, M.L. DeLucia and P. Coppens, , 2336 (1978). Inorg. Chem. 17

102.Electron population analysis of accurate diffraction data. VII. Net atomic charges and molecular dipole moments from spherical atom X-ray refinements and the relation between atomic charge and shape, P. Coppens, T.N. Guru Row, P. Leung, P.J. Becker, Y.W. Yang and E.D. Stevens, A, 63-72 (1979).  Acta Cryst.35

103.Electron population analysis of accurate diffraction data. VIII. Refinement of metal d-orbital occupancies from X-ray diffraction data, E.D. Stevens and P. Coppens, A, 536 (1979).  Acta Cryst.35

104.Thermal smearing and chemical bonding, P. Coppens, B, 521 (1978).  NATO Advanced Study Institute Series48

105.Real vs. reciprocal space analysis of electron densities, P. Coppens and E.D. Stevens, , B, 447 (1978).  Proc. NATO Advanced Summer Institute on Electronic and Magnetic Distributions in SolidsNATO Advanced Study Institute Series  48

106.Electron density in the water molecule in α-oxalic acid dihydrate and the nature of short hydrogen bonds, E.D. Stevens, P. Coppens, R. Feld and M.S. Lehmann, , 541-543 (1979).  Chem. Phys. Lett.67

107.New investigation of the structure of Mn 4Al11, A. Kontio, E.D. Stevens, P. Coppens, R.D. Brown, A.E. Dwight and J.M. Williams, B, 435 (1980). Acta Cryst.36

108.Experimental observation of the effect of crystal field splitting on the electron density distribution of iron pyrite, E.D. Stevens, M.L. DeLucia and P. Coppens, , 813-820 (1980).  Inorg. Chem.19

109.Experimental and theoretical electron density analysis of metal-metal bonding in dichromium tetraacetate, M. Benard, P. Coppens, M.L. DeLucia and E.D. Stevens, , 1924-1930 (1980).  Inorg. Chem. 19

110.A fully ordered phase of the mixed valency complex of trimethylamine with 7,7,8,8 tetracyano-p-quinodimethane and iodine, P. Coppens, P. Leung, K.E. Murphy, P.R. V.Tilborg, A.J. Epstein and J.S. Miller, , 1-6 (1980).  Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst.61

111.Derivation of molecular properties by charge density integration, P. Coppens, G. Moss and N.K. Hansen, , R. Diamond, S. Ramaseshan and K. Venkatesan, Eds., Indian Academy of Sciences, Bangalore, INDIA, pp. 16.01-16.22 (1980).  Computing in Crystallography

112.Low temperature electron density study of thiotrithiazyl nitrate: A structure with a short contact between an oxygen atom and the disulfide group, G. Moss, T.N. Guru Row and P. Coppens,, 2396-2403 (1980).  Inorg. Chem.19

113.Experimental electron density distributions of the hydrogen bond. High-resolution study of α-oxalic acid dihydrate at 100K, E.D. Stevens and P. Coppens, B, 1864-1876 (1980).  Acta Cryst. 36

114.Space partitioning and the effects of molecular proximity on electrostatic moments of the crystalline formamide molecule, G. Moss and P. Coppens, , 298-302 (1980).  Chem. Phys. Lett. 75

115.Structural aspects of iodine containing low-dimensional materials, P. Coppens, in Plenum Press, J.S. Miller, Ed. (1982).  Extended Linear Chain Compounds,

116.Electron density studies of metal-metal and metal-ligand bonding in organometallic and coordination compounds, P. Coppens,. , 59-78 (1980).  Trans. Am. Cryst. Assoc16

117.Experimental charge density distribution in metal-metal and metal-ligand bonds, P. Coppens,, 53-63 (1981).  Coord. Chem.21

118.Pseudomolecular electrostatic potentials from X-ray diffraction data, G. Moss and P. Coppens in P. Politzer and D. Truhlar, Eds., Plenum Press, New York. (1981).  Molecular Electrostatic Potentials in Chemistry and Biochemistry,

119.New study of the structure of MnAl 6, A. Kontio and P. Coppens, B, 433-435 (1981). Acta Cryst.37

120.The crystal and molecular structure of methylidyne and tricobalt nonacarbonyl. X-ray and neutron diffraction studies, P. Leung, P. Coppens, R.K. McMullan and T.F. Koetzle, B, 1347 (1981).  Acta Cryst. 37

121.Experimental charge density distribution in metal-metal and metal-ligand bonds, P. Coppens, , 425 (1980).  Chimia 34

122.Joint X-ray and neutron data refinement of structural and charge density parameters, P. Coppens, R. Boehme, P.F. Price and E.D. Stevens, A, 857 (1981).  Acta Cryst.37

123.The structure of a tetranuclear metal cluster with of four-coordinate carbide atom, R.F. Boehme and P. Coppens, B, 1914 (1981).  Acta Cryst.37

124.Intermolecular interactions and charge densities in crystals, P. Coppens, , 117 (1981).  Proc. Ind. Natl. Sci. Acad.47A

125.Application of two different aspherical atom formalisms to low temperature diffraction data on pyridinium dicyanomethylide (C 8D5N3), F. Baert, P. Coppens, E.D. Stevens and L. DeVos, A, 143-151 (1982). Acta Cryst.38

126.On the crystal structures of the low-dimensional clover phases: low temperature structure of (benzophenone) 4(LiI5) and comparison with (benzophenone)9(KI)2I7CHCl 3,P. Leung, R.F. Boehme and P. Coppens, , 319 (1981).  Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst.78

127.Low temperature crystal structure of nonacarbonyl-tri-μ-hydrido(μ 3-chloromethylidyne)triangulotriruthenium Ru3H3(CO)9CC,  N.J. Zhu, C. Lecomte, P. Coppens and J.B. Keister, B, 1286-1287 (1982). lActa Cryst.38

128.Agreement between transition metal orbital population from X-ray and polarized neutron scattering experiments, P. Coppens, A. Holladay and E.D. Stevens, , 3546-3547 (1982).  J. Am. Chem. Soc.104

129.Concepts of charge density analysis: The experimental approach, P. Coppens in , P. Coppens and M.B. Hall, Eds., Plenum Press, New York (1982).  Electron Distributions and the Chemical Bond

130.Generalized relations between d-orbital occupancies of transition metal atoms and electron density multipole population parameters from X-ray diffraction data, A. Holladay, P.C. Leung and P. Coppens, A, 377-387 (1983).  Acta Cryst.39

131.Experimental charge density of dicobalt octacarbonyl and comparison with theory, P.C. Leung and P. Coppens, B, 535-542 (1983).  Acta Cryst.39

132.Crystallographic studies of one-dimensional polyiodide conductors. II. Benzophenone polyiodide complexes, P. Coppens, P.C.W. Leung, R. Ortega, W.S. Young and C. LaPorta, , 3355-3359 (1983).  J. Phys. Chem.87

133.Electronic structure of metalloporphyrins. II. Experimental electron density distribution of (mesotetraphenylporphinato)iron(III)methoxide, C. Lecomte, D.L. Chadwick, P. Coppens and E.D. Stevens,, 2982-2992 (1983).  Inorg. Chem. 22

134. D. McLachlan and J.P. Glusker, Eds.  Twenty years of electron density studies in North America in Crystallography in North America,

135.International Union of Crystallography: commission on charge, spin and momentum densities: project on comparison of structural parameters and electron density maps of oxalic acid dihydrate, P. Coppens, J. Dam, S. Harkema, D. Feil, R. Feld, M.S. Lehmann, R. Goddard, C. Krüger, E. Hellner, H. Johansen, F.K. Larsen, T.F. Koetzle, R.K. McMullan, E.N. Maslen and E.D. Stevens, A, 184-195 (1984).  Acta Cryst.40

136.The electronic ground state of Iron(II)phthalocyanine as determined from accurate diffraction data, P. Coppens, L. Li and N.J. Zhu, , 6173-6174 (1983).  J. Am. Chem. Soc.105

137.Can we see the electrons?, P. Coppens, , 761-765 (1984).  J. Chem. Ed.61

138.Relation between bonding and the substitution-dependent geometry of a number of dicobalt hexacarbonyl acetylene complexes, F. Baert, A. Guelzim and P. Coppens, B, 590-595 (1984).  Acta Cryst.40

139.Electron density studies of porphyrins and phthalocyanines.  III. The electronic ground state of iron(II)phthalocyanine, P. Coppens and L. Li, . , 1983-1993 (1984).  J. Chem. Phys81

140.About the simultaneous interpretation of charge and spin density data, P.J. Becker and P. Coppens, A, 177-182 (1985).  Acta Cryst.41

141.X-ray diffraction and the charge distribution in transition metal complexes, P. Coppens, , 285-307 (1985).  Coord. Chem. Rev.65

142.Low temperature structure of N-methyl-phthalazinium bis-(7,7,8,8- tetracyanoquinodimethanide), MPht +(TCNQ)2-, Y. Gao and P. Coppens. C, 1610-1613 (1987). Acta Cryst.43

143.Structure analysis of displacively modulated molecular crystals I, V. Petricek, P. Coppens and P.J. Becker, A, 478-483 (1985).  Acta Cryst.41

144.Novel structural modulation in the first ambient-pressure sulfur-based organic superconductor (BEDT-TTF) 2I3, P.C.W. Leung, T.J. Emge, M.A. Beno, H.H. Wang, J.M. Williams, V. Petricek and P. Coppens, , 7644 (1984). J. Am. Chem. Soc.106

145.Novel low temperature modulated structure of the ambient pressure superconductor (BEDT-TTF) 2I3and a design strategy for new superconducting polyhalide phases. Williams, J. M.; Leung, P. C. W.; Emge, T. J.; Wang, H. H.; Beno, M. A.; Petricek, V.; Coppens, P., Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. Sci. 1985, (1-4), 347-355, doi:10.1080/00268948508075184. 119

146.Structure of bis(pyridine)-α,β,γ,δ-tetraphenylporphinatoiron(II) 2 pyridine FeN 6C54H38.2C5H5N, L. Li, V. Petricek, P. Coppens and J. Landrum, C, 902-905 (1985).  Acta Cryst.41

147.Crystallographic studies of one-dimensional polyiodide conductors. 3. Structure of non-stoichiometric coumarin iodine complexes, P. Coppens, L. Li, V. Petricek and J.A. White, , 215-224 (1986).  J. Syn. Metals14

148.The structure factor, P. Coppens, Ch. 1.2, , Vol. B, Reciprocal Space, U. Shmueli, Ed., Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, 10-22 (1993).  International Tables for X-ray Crystallography

149.Electron density studies of porphyrins and phthalocyanines. IV. Electron density distribution in crystals of (meso-tetraphenylporphinato)iron(II), K. Tanaka, E. Elkaim, L. Li, Z.N. Jue, P. Coppens and L. Landrum, , 6969-6978 (1986).  J. Chem. Phys.84

150.Analysis of multi-wave molecular displacements in modulated crystals, V. Petricek, P. Coppens and P.J. Becker, , 393-403 (1985).  Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst.125

151.Crystallography at 0.3 Å: single crystal study of Cr(NH 3)6Cr(CN)6 at the Cornell high energy synchrotron source, F.S. Nielsen, P. Lee and P. Coppens,B, 359-364 (1986).  Acta Cryst.42

152.Transition metal complexes: what can we learn by combining experimental spin and charge densities?, P. Coppens and T. Koritsanszky, , 463-467 (1986).  Chemica Scripta26

153.Novel structural modulation in the ambient-pressure sulfur-based organic superconductor β-(BEDT-TTF) 2I3:origin and effects on its electrical superconductivity, P.C.W. Leung, T.J. Emge, M.A. Beno, H.H. Wang, J.M. Williams, V. Petricek and P. Coppens, , 6184-6191 (1985).  J. Am. Chem. Soc.107

154.Electron density studies of porphyrins and phthalocyanines  V. The electronic ground state of Iron(II)tetraphenylporphyrin-bis-tetrahydrofuran, C. Lecomte, R.H. Blessing, P. Coppens and A. Tabard, ., 6942-6950 (1986).  J. Am. Chem. Soc108

155.Low temperature study of bis(2-methylimidazole)(octathylporphinato) iron(III) perchlorate, E. Elkaim, K. Tanaka, P. Coppens and W.R. Scheidt, B, 457-461 (1987).  Acta Cryst.43

156.New opportunities in synchrotron X-ray crystallography, C.T. Prewitt, P. Coppens, J.C. Phillips and L.W. Finger,, 312-319 (1987).  Science 238

157.Structure of (methanesulfonato)(meso-tetraphenylporphinato)iron(III)-chloroform (1/1), N. Li, D. Levendis, P. Coppens, M.E. Kastner, L.E. Carruth and W.R. Scheidt, . C, 1835-1838 (1987).  Acta Cryst43

158.Localized Molecular Orbital (LMO)/Multipole (M) formalism for charge and spin density in combined refinement to theoretical X-ray and magnetic data, T. Koritsanszky and P. Coppens, Proceedings Sagamore IX Conference, In Press. 

159.Electron density studies of porphyrins and phthalocyanines. 7. The electronic ground state of bis(pyridine)(meso-tetraphenylporphinato)iron(II), N. Li, P. Coppens and J. Landrum, , 482-488 (1988).  Inorg. Chem.27

160.Structure analysis of modulated molecular crystals II: The modulated phase of thiourea as described by a molecular displacement model, Y. Gao, M. Gajhede, P. Mallinson, V. Petricek and P. Coppens, B, 1825-1831 (1988).  Phys. Rev.37

161.Normalization factors for spherical harmonic density functions, A. Paturle and P. Coppens, A, 6-7 (1988).  Acta Cryst.44

162.Analysis of charge and spin densities, P. Coppens and P. Becker,In Vol. C, Chap. 8.7. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers (1992), pp. 627-652.  International Tables for Crystallography,

163.Synchrotron-radiation study of the five-dimensional modulated phase of tetrathiafulvalene-tetracyanoquinodimethanide at 15K, P. Coppens, V. Petricek, D. Levendis, F.K. Larsen, A. Paturle, Y. Gao and A.D. LeGrand, , 1695-1697 (1987).  Phys. Rev. Lett.59

164.The Gram-Charlier and multipole expansions in accurate X-ray diffraction studies: can they be distinguished?, P.R. Mallinson, T. Koritsanszky, E. Elkaim, N. Li and P. Coppens, A, 336-343 (1988).  Acta Cryst.44

165.Structure analysis of modulated molecular crystals III: scattering formalism and symmetry considerations: extension to higher dimensional space groups, V. Petricek and P. Coppens,A, 235-239 (1988).  Acta Cryst.44

166.Structure analysis of modulated molecular crystals IV: survey of our recent studies, P. Coppens and V. Petricek, in X-Ray and Neutron Structure Analysis in Materials Science, J. Hasek, Ed., Plenum Press: New York, 1989, pp. 317-330. 

167.X-ray diffraction study of the electronic ground state of (-tetraphenyl porphinato) iron (II), N. Li, Z. Su, P. Coppens and J. Landrum, , 7294-7298 (1990).  mesoJ. Am. Chem. Soc.112

168.Relation between geometry and charge transfer in low-dimensional organic salts, T. Umland, S. Allie, T. Kuhlmann and P. Coppens, , 6456-6460 (1988).  J. Phys. Chem.92

169.Structure analysis of modulated molecular crystals. V. Symmetry restrictions for one-dimensionally modulated crystals, V. Petricek and P. Coppens, A, 1051-1055 (1988).  Acta Cryst. 44

170.The structure of modulated molecular crystals. VI. Lattice energy analysis of the modulated phase of thiourea, Y. Gao and P. Coppens, B, 298-303 (1989).  Acta Cryst.45

171.The incommensurate modulation of the 2212 Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O superconductor, Y. Gao, P. Lee, P. Coppens, M.A. Subramanian and A.W. Sleight, , 954-956 (1988).  Science241

172.Chasing the elusive d-electron with X-rays, P. Coppens, in eds., D.R. Salahub, M.C. Zerner, , American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 39-57 (1989).  Computational Chemistry-The Challenge of d and f Electrons,ACS Symposium Series 394

173.About the Coulomb Potential in Crystals, P. Becker and P. Coppens, A, 254-258 (1990).  Acta Cryst. 46

175.Search for satellite reflections and low-temperature study of the 1223 and 2212 Tl-Ba-Ca-Cu-O superconductors, Y. Gao, R. Li, P. Coppens, A.W. Sleight and M.A. Subramanian, , Fast Comm. A, FC11-FC14 (1989).  Acta Cryst.45

176.Chemical crystallography and synchrotron radiation: Recent experiments and future studies, P. Coppens, in   Eds: M. Beno and S. Rice. Argonne National Laboratory, 133-146 (1989).  Chemical Applications of Synchrotron Radiation: Workshop Report.

177.Structure and conductivity of Di [3,4;3'4'-bis(ethylenedithio)-2,2',5,5'-tetrathiafulvalenium] tetrabromo-mercurate(II)-1,1,2-trichloroethane, (BEDT-TTF) 2.HgBr4.(TCE), X. Bu, P. Coppens and M.J. Naughton,C, 1609-1612 (1990).  Acta Cryst.46

178.Experimental charge densities in chemistry: What is next?, P. Coppens, , Feature Article, 7979-7984 (1989).  J. Phys. Chem.93

179.The influence of an external electric field on the X-ray scattering of 2-methyl 4-nitroaniline, an organic crystal with non-linear optical properties, A. Paturle, H. Graafsma, J. Boviatsis, A. LeGrand, R. Restori, P. Coppens, A. Kvick and R.M. Wing, , Fast Comm. A, FC25-FC28 (1989).  Acta Cryst.45

180.Anomalous scattering study of the Bi distribution in the 2212 superconductor: Implications for Cu valency, P. Lee, Y. Gao, H.S. Sheu, V. Petricek, R. Restori, P. Coppens, A. Darovskikh, J.C. Phillips, A.W. Sleight and M.A. Subramanian, , 62-63 (1989).  Science244

181.(BEDO) 2.4I3: The first robust organic metal of BEDO-TTF, F. Wudl, H. Yamochi, T. Suzuki, H. Isotalo, C. Fite, H. Kasmai, K. Liou, G. Srdanov, P. Coppens, K. Maly and A. Frost-Jensen, , 2461-2462 (1990). J. Am. Chem. Soc.112

181B.Organic metals of Bis(Ethylenedioxy)tetrathiafulvalene (BEDO-TTF), T. Suzuki, H. Yamochi, H. Isotalo, C. Fite, H. Kasmai, K. Liou, G. Srdanov, F. Wudl, P. Coppens, K. Maly and A. Frost-Jensen, -, 2225-2228 (1991).  Synthetic Metals4143

182.The incommensurate modulation in the Bi 2Sr2-xCaxCuO6 superconductor, and its relation to the modulation in Bi2Sr2-xCaxCu2O8, Y. Gao, P. Lee, J. Ye, P. Bush, V. Petricek and P. Coppens, , 431-438 (1989). Physica C160

183.Closed-form expression for Fourier-Bessel transform of Slater-type functions, Z. Su and P. Coppens, Short Comm., , 71-73 (1990).  J. Appl. Cryst.23

184.Structural complications in superconducting solids: Chemical disorder, structural modulation, and low temperature phase transitions in the Bi-Sr-Ca cuprate, P. Coppens, Y. Gao, P. Lee, H. Graafsma, J. Ye and P. Bush, Proceedings of Third Annual Conference on Superconductivity and Applications, Sept., 1989. Buffalo, NY. in "Superconductivity and Applications," Ed. Hoi S. Kwok, (Plenum Press, NY), pp. 285-301. 

185.The description and analysis of composite crystals, V. Petricek, K. Maly, P. Coppens, X. Bu, I. Cisarova and A. Frost-Jensen, A, 210-216 (1991).  Acta Cryst.47

186.Incommensurate modulations in the Pb-doped BiSrCaCuO 221 superconducting phase: A five-dimensional superspace description, Y. Gao, P. Lee, H. Graafsma, J. Yeh, P. Bush, V. Petricek and P. Coppens, , 323-328 (1990).  Chem. Mater.2

187.Composite crystals: What are they and why are they so common in the organic solid state?, P. Coppens, K. Maly and V. Petricek, , 81-90 (1990).  Mol Cryst & Liq Cryst.181

188.Closed-cycle helium cryostat mount for the Huber 511.1 diffractometer circle, H. Graafsma, G. Sagerman and P. Coppens, , 961-962 (1991).  J. Appl. Cryst.24

189.Electronic and molecular structure of the composite organic metal (BO) 2.4I3, I. Cisarova, K. Maly, X. Bu, A. Frost-Jensen, P. Sommer-Larsen and P. Coppens, , 647-651 (1991). 
Chem. Mater.3

190.BEDT-TTF-based synmetal: synthesis, structure, ESR, and electrical properties of (BEDT-TTF)Hg 0.776(SCN)2, H.H. Wang, M.A. Beno, K.D. Carlson, N. Thorup, A. Murray, L.C. Porter, J.M. Williams, K. Maly, X. Bu, V. Petricek, I. Cisarova, P. Coppens, D. Jung, M.-H. Whangbo, J.E. Schirber and D.L. Overmyer, , 508-513 (1991). Chem. Mater.3

191.X-ray analysis of the incommensurate modulation in the 2212 Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O superconductor including the oxygen atoms, V. Petricek, Y. Gao, P. Lee and P. Coppens, B, 387-392 (1990).  Phys. Rev. 42

192.The use of synchrotron radiation and its promise in charge density research, P. Coppens, In , G.A. Jeffrey and J.F. Piniella, Eds., NATO ASI Ser., Series B: Physics, Vol. 250, Plenum Press, 1991, p. 209-224.  The Application of Charge Density Research to Chemistry and Drug Design

193.Continuously variable Hg-S coordination in the low dimensional organic metal (BEDT-TTF)Hg 0.776(SCN)2 and its description by the Bond Valence Sum Method, P. Coppens, I. Cisarova, X. Bu and P. Sommer-Larsen, , 5087-5089 (1991). J. Am. Chem. Soc.113

194.Modified counterweights and beamstop for the Huber 512 and 511.1 four-circle diffractometers, H. Graafsma, G. Sagerman and P. Coppens, , 1072-1073 (1991).  J. Appl. Cryst.24

195.Structure of Di [3,4;3'4'-bis(ethylenedithio)-2,2',5,5'-tetrathiafulvalenium] Di-μ-iodo-bis[diiodocadmate (II)], (BEDT-TTF) 2.[Cd2I6], X. Bu, Z. Su and P. Coppens,C, 279-282 (1991).  Acta Cryst. 47

196.Charge density methods for analysis of transition metal complexes, P. Coppens, , 91-103 (1993).  Transactions of the American Crystallographic Association26

197.The past and future of experimental charge density analysis, P. Coppens and D. Feil, In , G.A. Jeffrey and J.F. Piniella, Eds., NATO ASI Ser., Series B: Physics, Vol. 250, Plenum Press, 1991, p. 7-22.  The Application of Charge Density Research to Chemistry and Drug Design

198.Modulated structure of an 800 Å epitactic film of the superconductor Bi 2Sr2CaCu2O8 as studied by synchrotron radiation, P. Lee, H. Graafsma, Y. Gao, H.-S. Sheu, P. Coppens, S.J. Golden and F.F. Lange, , Fast Comm. A, 57-59 (1991). Acta Cryst.47

199.Measurement of the piezoelectric tensor of an organic crystal by the X-ray method: The nonlinear optical crystal 2-methyl 4-nitroaniline, A. Paturle, H. Graafsma, H.-S. Sheu, P. Coppens and P. Becker, . B, 683-691 (1991). Phys. Rev43

200.Application of the Selective Atom Diffraction method to the cation distribution in high Tc bismuth cuprates, P. Coppens, P. Lee, Y. Gao and H.-S. Sheu, , 1267-1272 (1991).  J. Phys. Chem. Solids52

201.Ionic displacements and piezoelectric constants of AgGaS 2 from x-ray diffraction of a crystal in an external electric field, H. Graafsma, J. Majewski, D. Cahen and P. Coppens, Materials Research Society Symposium Proceedings, Solid State Ionics, Vol 210, 639-643 (1991). 

202.Electrostatic properties of molecules from the x-ray charge density, application to deuterated benzene, -alanine and-histidine, Z. Su and P. Coppens, Proceedings of the Sagamore X Conference on Charge, Spin and Momentum Densities, Konstanz, Germany, September 1-7, 1991, W. Weyrich, editor, Tübingen, A, 85-90 (1993).  ld,lZ. Naturforsch48

203.Determination of the structural distortions corresponding to the q 1 and q2-type modulations in niobium triselenide NbSe3, S. van Smaalen, J.L. de Boer, A. Meetsma, H. Graafsma, H.-S. Sheu, A. Darovskikh, P. Coppens and F. Levy, B, 3103-3106 (1992). Phys. Rev.45

204.Effect of hydrogen reduction on the structure and conductivity of YBa 2Cu3Oy, M. Qi, P. Lee, R. Li, P. Coppens and J.H. Wang, C, 23-27 (1991). Physica 174

205.On the mapping of electrostatic properties from the multipole description of the charge density, Z. Su and P. Coppens, A, 188-197 (1992).  Acta Cryst.48

206.Comment on "Charge-Density-Wave structure in NbSe 3 determined by scanning tunneling microscopy", S. van Smaalen, J.L. de Boer, P. Coppens and H. Graafsma, , 1471 (1991). Phys. Rev. Letts.67

207.Structure and conductivity of a new phase of 3,4;3',4'-Bis(ethylenedithio)-2,2',5,5'-tetrathiafulvalene Hexafluorophosphate: γ-(BEDT-TTF) 2PF6, X. Bu, I. Cisarova, P. Coppens, B. Lederle and M.J. Naughton, C, 516-519 (1992). Acta Cryst.48

208.Molecular reorientation in an electric field as studied by single crystal X-ray diffraction, H. Graafsma, A. Paturle, L. Wu, H.-S. Sheu, J. Majewski, G. Poorthuis and P. Coppens, A, 113-120 (1992).  Acta Cryst.48

209.Structural changes upon electrochemical insertion of lithium into the Bi 2Sr2CaCuO8+y high Tc superconductor, N.A. Fleischer, J. Manassen, P. Coppens, P. Lee and Y. Gao, AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 251, "Superconductivity and its Applications," Y.-H. Kao, A.E. Kaloyeros and H.S. Kwok, Eds., 1992, pp. 366-375. 

210.Structure and conductivity of a new phase of Di[3,4;3',4'-bis(ethylenedithio)-2,2',5,5'-tetrathiafulvalenium] dichlorocuprate(I):β-(BEDT-TTF) 2CuCl2, X. Bu, P. Coppens, B. Lederle and M. J. Naughton, C, 2082-2085 (1991). Acta Cryst. 47

212.Structure and properties of a new κ-phase organic metal: (BEDT-TTF) 2Cu2(CN)3, X. Bu, A. Frost-Jensen, R. Allendoerfer, P. Coppens, B. Lederle and M.J. Naughton, , 1053-1057 (1991). Sol. St. Comm.79

214.Electrochemical insertion of lithium into the Bi 2Sr2CaCu2O8+y high Tc superconductor,N.A. Fleischer, J. Manassen, P. Coppens, P. Lee, Y. Gao and S.G. Greenbaum, C, 367-378 (1992).  Physica190

215.Commensurate fine structure in angular-dependent studies of (TMTSF) 2COl4, M.J. Naughton, O.H. Chung, M. Chaparala, X. Bu and P. Coppens, (26), 3712-3715 (1991). Phys. Rev. Letts. 67

216.Combined X-ray single-crystal and neutron powder refinement of modulated structures and application to the incommensurately modulated structure of Bi 2Sr2CaCu2O8+y, Y. Gao, P. Coppens, D.E. Cox and A.R. Moodenbaugh, A, 141-148 (1993). Acta Cryst.49

217.Electron density from X-ray diffraction, P. Coppens, , 663-692 (1992).  Annual Review of Physical Chemistry43

218.On the use of Fourier methods in the analysis of composite structures, I. Cisarova, K. Maly, V. Petricek and P. Coppens, A, 336-341 (1993).  Acta Cryst.49

219.Structure of δ-(BEDT-TTF)PF 6, X. Bu, I. Cisarova and P. Coppens, C, 1558-1560 (1992). Acta Cryst. 48

220.Structure of ε-(BEDT-TTF)PF 6, X. Bu, I. Cisarova and P. Coppens, C, 1562-1563 (1992). Acta Cryst. 48

221.Structure of ζ-(BEDT-TTF) 2PF6.C4H8O2, X. Bu, I. Cisarova and P. Coppens, C, 1563-1565 (1992). Acta Cryst. 48

222.Structure of (BEDT-TTF) 4Hg2I6(I8), X. Bu and P. Coppens, C, 1565-1566 (1992). Acta Cryst. 48

223.Structure of (BEDT-TTF) 2N(CN)2, X. Bu, P. Coppens, B. Lederle and M.J. Naughton, C, 1560-1561 (1992). Acta Cryst. 48

224.A new tetranuclear iron(III) complex with an [Fe 4O2] core: Synthesis, structure and Mössbauer studies of [Fe43-O)2(μ-O2CCH3)6Cl2(3-Mepy)4].CH3C=N (3-Mepy = 3-Methylpyridine), L. Wu, M. Pressprich, P. Coppens and M.J. DeMarco, C, 1255-1258 (1993). Acta Cryst.49

225.Ionic displacements and piezoelectric constants of AgGaS 2 from X-ray diffraction of a crystal in an external electric field, H. Graafsma, P. Coppens, J. Majewski and D. Cahen, , 520-527 (1993). J. Sol. St. Chem.105

226.Anomalous-scattering contrast study of the mixed-valence charge-density-wave conductor NbSe 3, Y. Gao, M.R. Pressprich and P. Coppens, A, 216-219 (1993). Acta Cryst.49

227.Crystal structure of the incommensurately modulated Nd-containing Bi-2222 phase, A.V. Mironov, P. Coppens, N.R. Khasanova, E.V. Antipov and V. Petricek, , 74-82 (1994).  J. Sol. St. Chem.109

228.Structure of (BEDT-TTF) 4[Hg2Br6].(THF), J. Thiel, X. Bu and P. Coppens, C, 23-25 (1994). Acta Cryst.50

229.Single crystal X-ray analysis of an electronic excited state: The structure determination of a metastable state of sodium nitroprusside, M.R. Pressprich, M.A. White and P. Coppens, Communication, 6444-6445 (1993).  J. Am. Chem. Soc., 115

230.The use of carbon-composite cryostat chambers in low-temperature X-ray diffraction, D. D. Coppens, P. Coppens, R. Li and P. Lee, , 226-228 (1993). J. Appl. Crystallogr.26

231.The temperature dependence of the reflection intensities of the modulated composite structure Hg 0.776(BEDT-TTF)SCN, M.R. Pressprich, C. van Beek and P. Coppens,A, 461-467 (1994). Acta Cryst. 50

232BAn anti-scatter device for low-temperature crystallographic experiments with imaging plates, A. Darovsky, R. Bolotovsky and P. Coppens, , 1039-1040 (1994).  J. Appl. Cryst.27

233.The four-dimensional, incommensurately modulated, composite crystal structure of (Bi, Sr, Ca) 10Cu17O29 at 292 and 20 K refined including satellite reflections, A. Frost-Jensen, F. K. Larsen, I. Johannsen, I. Cisarova, K. Maly and P. Coppens, , 1179-1189 (1993). Acta Chem. Scand.47

234.Valence contrast by synchrotron resonance scattering: Application to a mixed valence manganese compound, Y. Gao, A. Frost-Jensen, M. R. Pressprich, P. Coppens, A. Marquez and M. Dupuis, , 9214-9215 (1992).  J. Am. Chem. Soc.114

235.On the evaluation of integrals useful for calculating the electrostatic potential and its derivatives from pseudoatoms, Z. Su and P. Coppens, , 89-91 (1994).  J. Appl. Cryst.27

236.On the calculation of the lattice energy of ionic crystals using the detailed electron density distribution. I: Treatment of spherical atomic distributions and application to NaF, Z. Su and P. Coppens, A 27-32 (1995).  Acta Cryst.51

237.(C 24H20P)2[Mo6Cl14], M.A. White, M.R. Pressprich and P. Coppens, C, 1087-1089 (1994). Acta Cryst.50

238.Synchrotron radiation X-ray diffraction of modulated structures in charge-density-wave materials.  Application to NbSe 3. S. van Smaalen, J. L. de Boer and P. Coppens, J. de Physique IV, Colloque C2, , July, 89-96 (1993). 3

239A.Rotation of real spherical harmonics, Z. Su and P. Coppens, A, 636-643 (1994).  Acta Cryst.50

239B.Rotation of spherical harmonics. Erratum, Z. Su and P. Coppens, A, 198(1995). Acta Cryst.51

240.Analysis of a metastable electronic excited state of sodium nitroprusside by x-ray crystallography and molecular orbital calculations, M.R. Pressprich, M.A. White, Y. Vekhter and P. Coppens, , 5233-5238 (1994).  J. Am. Chem. Soc.116

241.A simple device for increasing the accessibility of reciprocal space in low-temperature area-detector experiments, M. R. Pressprich, B.-J. Fransen, A. Darovsky and P. Coppens, , 650 (1995).  J. Appl. Cryst.28

242.Normalization factors for Kubic harmonic density functions, Z. Su and P. Coppens, A, 408-409 (1994).  Acta Cryst.50

243.Apparatus for the measurement of the electronic excited state structure of single crystals using x-ray diffraction, M. A. White, M. R. Pressprich, P. Coppens and D. D. Coppens, , 727-732 (1994).   J. Appl. Cryst.27

244.The φ-extent of the reflection range in the oscillation method according to the Mosaicity Cap Model, R. Bolotovsky and P. Coppens, , 65-70 (1997). J. Appl. Cryst.30

245.The "seed-skewness" method for integration of peaks on imaging plates, R. Bolotovsky, M. A. White, A. Darovsky and P. Coppens, , 86-95 (1995).  J. Appl. Cryst.28

246.Vortex-state resistance near parallel orientation in layered superconductors, M. Chaparala, O. H. Chung, Z. F. Ren, M. White, P. Coppens, J. H. Wang, A. P. Hope and M. J. Naughton, (9) 5818-5825 (1996).  Phys. Rev. B53

248.Crystallography in four and five dimensions as applied to multi-sublattice (composite) structures, P. Coppens, B, 402-410 (1995).   Acta Cryst.51

249.Analysis of the diffraction pattern of a twinned crystal of (3,4; 3',4'-Bis(ethylenedioxo)-2,2',5,5'-tetrathiafulvalene) 2 . Ag(CN)2, R. Li, V. Petricek, I. Cisarova and P. Coppens, B, 798-802 (1995). Acta Cryst.51

250.Compact monochromator for the multipurpose X3 synchrotron beamline at NSLS, A. Darovsky, I. Meshkovsky and P. Coppens, Proceedings of the 1994 Synchrotron Radiation Instrumentation Conference, (2), 2085-2087 (1995).  Rev. of Sci. Instr.66

251.A multi-wavelength monochromator for the X3A1 fixed-angle station at the National Synchrotron Light Source, A. Darovsky, I. Meshkovsky and P. Coppens, , 77-78 (1995).  J. Synch. Rad.2

252.The two-channel Maximum-Entropy Method applied to the charge density of a molecular crystal: α-Glycine, R.J. Papoular, Y. Vekhter and P. Coppens, A, 397-407 (1996).  Acta Cryst.52

148-2 The structure factor, P. Coppens, , Vol. B, Ch. 1.2, (1997) (Updated revision of manuscript 148). International Tables for X-ray Crystallography

162-2 Analysis of charge and spin densities, P. Coppens, Z. Su and P. Becker, Vol. C, Chap. 8.7, (1997) (Updated revision of manuscript 162). International Tables for Crystallography,

253.The use of imaging plates in electron-density mapping with synchrotron X-rays, R. Bolotovsky, A. Darovsky, V. Kezerashvili and P. Coppens, , 181-184 (1995).  J. Synch. Rad.2

254.Synchrotron radiation and diffraction studies of transition metal complexes, P. Coppens, R. Bolotovsky, V. Kezerashvili, A. Darovsky and Y. Gao, , 11-22 (1995). Appeared in 1997. Trans. Am. Cryst. Assoc.,Proceedings of the Symposium on"Structural Tools in Organometallic and Coordination Chemistry", Montréal, Québec, July 23-28,31

255.Evaluation of Sternheimer nuclear quadrupole shielding functions and their application to the determination of the 57Femnuclear quadrupole moment from X-ray determined charge densities, Z. Su and P. Coppens, A, 748-756 (1996). Acta Cryst. 52

256.The "Seed-Skewness" method for integration of peaks on Imaging Plates II: analysis of bias due to finite size of the peak mask and treatment of α 12 splitting, R. Bolotovsky and P. Coppens, , 244-253 (1997).J. Appl. Cryst.30

257.Temperature-dependent electron transfer in a Mn IIMnIII(μ-OH) mixed-valence manganese complex, A. Darovsky, V. Kezerashvili, P. Coppens, T. Weyhermüller, H. Hummel and K. Wieghardt, , 6916-6917 (1996). Inorg. Chem.35

258.X-ray diffraction analysis of geometry changes on excitation: the ground-state and metastable-state structures of K 2[Ru(NO2)4(OH)(NO)], D. V. Fomitchev and P. Coppens, , 7021-7026 (1996).Inorg. Chem.35

259.Time-resolved diffraction in chemistry and materials science: the developing field of photocrystallography, P. Coppens, , 26-30 (1997).  Synchrotron Radiation News10

260.Diffraction studies of photo-excited crystals: metastable nitrosyl-linkage isomers of sodium nitroprusside, M. Carducci, M. R. Pressprich and P. Coppens, , 2669-2678 (1997).  J. Am. Chem. Soc.119

261.Relativistic x-ray elastic scattering factors for neutral atoms Z = 1-54 from multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock wavefunctions in the 0-12 Å -1 sinθ/λ range, and six-Gaussian analytical expressions in the 0-6 Å-1 range, Z. Su and P. Coppens, A, 749-762 (1997).Acta Cryst.53

261a.Relativistic x-ray elastic scattering factors for neutral atoms Z = 1-54 from multiconfiguration Dirac-Fock wavefunctions in the 0-12 Å -1 sinθ/λ range, and six-Gaussian analytical expressions in the 0-6 Å-1 range. Erratum, Z. Su and P. Coppens, A, 357 (1998).Acta Cryst.54

262.Low temperature synchrotron radiation study of a twinned disordered crystal of bis(4,4'-bromophenyl)-61,61-diylmethano fullerene C 60, B. B. Iversen, A. Darovsky, R. Bolotovsky and P. Coppens, B, 174-179 (1998). Acta Cryst.54

263.Crystal structure of tetrtakis[3,4;3',4'-bis(propylenenedithio)-2,2',5,5'-tetrathiafulvalenium]nonabromotrimercurate, (C 12H12S8)4(Hg2Br6)HgBr3, X. H. Bu, L. Y. Wu and P. Coppens,   , 167-168 (1997).Zeitschrift für Kristallographie212

264.On analysis of reversible lighted-induced changes in molecular crystals, Y. Ozawa, M. R. Pressprich and P. Coppens, , 128-135 (1998). J. Appl. Cryst.31

265.A device for low-temperature crystal-reorientation in data collection with the oscillation method, A. Darovsky and P. Coppens, , 296-298 (1998). J. Appl. Cryst.31

266.Nonlinear least-squares fitting of numerical relativistic atomic wave functions by a linear combination of Slater-type functions for atoms with Z=1-36, Z. Su and P. Coppens, A, 646-652 (1998). Acta Cryst.54

267.Crystal structure of di[bis(ethylenedithio)tetrathiafulvalene]bromide trihydrate, (C 10H8S8)2Br.3H2O, X. H. Bu, L. Y. Wu and P. Coppens, , 105-106 (1997).Zeitschrift für Kristallographie212

268.Crystal structure of di[bis(ethylenedithio)tetrathiafulvalene]dicopper tricyanide, (C 10H8S8)2Cu2(CN)3, X. H. Bu and P. Coppens, , 103-104 (1997).Zeitschrift für Kristallographie212

269.Crystal structure of tetramethyltetraselenafulvalene nitrate, (C 10H12Se4)NO3, L. Y. Wu, X. H. Bu and P. Coppens, , 101-102 (1997).Zeitschrift für Kristallographie212

270.On the correction of reflection intensities recorded on imaging plates for incomplete absorption in the phosphor layer, J. Zaleski, G. Wu and P. Coppens, , 302-304 (1998). J. Appl. Cryst. 31

271.Crystallography of molecular excited states: transition metal nitrosyl complexes and the study of transient species, P. Coppens, D. V. Fomitchev, M. D. Carducci and K. Culp, , 865-872 (1998).  J. Chem. Soc., Dalton Trans.6

272.Advanced crystallographic methods: experimental electron densities and the study of excited state structure, P. Coppens in"Current challenges on large supramolecular assemblies", NATO Science Series C: Mathematical & Physical Sciences, vol. 519, G. Tsoucaris (ed.), Kluwer Academic Publishers: The Netherlands, 1998.  Source: , Athens, Greece, October 31 - November 5, 1997. Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Workshop on Current Challenges on Large Supramolecular Assemblies

273.Combined X-ray diffraction and density functional study of [Ni(NO)(η 5-Cp*)] in the ground and light-induced metastable state, D. V. Fomitchev, T. R. Furlani and P. Coppens, (7), 1519-1526 (1998).Inorg. Chem.37

274.Room- and low-temperature crystallographic study of the ambient pressure organic superconductor (BEDT-TTF) 4Hg2.89Br8, R. Li, V. Petricek, G. Yang and P. Coppens, . , 1521-1529 (1998).Chem. Mater10

275.Light-induced metastable linkage isomers of transition metal nitrosyls, D. V. Fomitchev and P. Coppens, . , 131-148 (1999). Comments Inorg. Chem21

276.The cholic acid-methanol-water inclusion complex, A. Volkov, Z. Huizhe, L. Shuncheng, M. A. White and P. Coppens, . C(IUC9800026 ) (1998). Acta Cryst54

277.Charge-density analysis at the turn of the century, P. Coppens, . A, 779-788 (1998). Acta Cryst54

278.Multi-temperature resonance diffraction and structural study of the mixed valence complex Fe 3O(OOCC(CH3)3)(C5H5N)3, G. Wu, Y. Zhang, L. Ribaud, P. Coppens, C. Wilson, B. B. Iversen and F. K. Larsen. (23), 6078-6083 (1998)., Inorg. Chem37

279.Experimental charge densities and intermolecular interactions: electrostatic and topological analysis of DL-histidine, P. Coppens, Y. Abramov, M. Carducci, B. Korjov and I. Novozhilova, C. Alhambra and M. R. Pressprich,. , 2585-2593 (1999). J. Am. Chem. Soc121

280.The 20K structure of-amino--nitrobiphenyl in the non-constraining environment of its β-cyclodextrin inclusion complex, T. J. Brett, S. Liu, P. Coppens and J. J. Stezowski, ., 551-552 (1999). pp'Chem. Comm6

281.Engineering crystals for excited-state diffraction studies: structure and spectroscopic properties of two polymorphic modifications of the 4,4'-dihydroxybenzophenone/4,13-diaza-18-crown-6 complex, Y. Zhang, G. Wu, B. R. Wenner, F. V. Bright and P. Coppens, . , 1-8 (1999). Crystal Eng2

282.X-ray charge density study of -amino-'-nitrobiphenyl at 20°K using a CCD area detector and synchrotron radiation: a very large dipole moment enhancement in the solid state, A. Volkov, G. Wu and P. Coppens, . , 1007-1015 (1999). ppJ. Synchr. Rad6

283.On the evaluation of molecular dipole moments from multipole refinement of X-ray diffraction data, Yu. A. Abramov, A. V. Volkov and P. Coppens,, 81-86 (1999). Chem. Phys. Lett. 311

284.On the errors in molecular dipole moments derived from accurate diffraction data, P. Coppens, A. Volkov, Yu. Abramov and T. Koritsanszky, . A, 965-967 (1999). Acta Cryst55

285.The use of synchrotron radiation in chemical crystallography: charge density analysis, resonance diffraction and the study of transient species, P. Coppens, G. Wu, A. Volkov, Y. Abramov, Y. Zhang, W. K. Fullagar and L. Ribaud, . , 51-64 (1999). Trans. Am. Crystallogr. Assoc34

286.Photo-induced metastable linkage isomers of ruthenium nitrosyl porphyrins, D. V. Fomitchev, P. Coppens, T. Li, K. A. Bagley, L. Chen and G. B. Richter-Addo, . 2013-2014 (1999). Chem. Comm

287.Multi-sublattice (intergrowth) structures and the design of functional solids, P. Coppens, . 433-450 (1999). Crystal Eng

288.The change in the X-ray dipole moment as a quantitative measure of the polarizing effect of the molecular environment: application to a complex of -amino--nitrobiphenyl with triphenylphosphine oxide, Y. Zhang and P. Coppens, . 2425-2426 (1999).  pp'Chem. Comm

289.The first crystallographic evidence for side-on coordination of N2 to a single metal center in a photo induced metastable state, D.V. Fomitchev, K. A. Bagley and P. Coppens, , 532-533 (2000). J. Am. Chem. Soc. 122

290.Use of X-ray charge density in the calculation of intermolecular interactions and lattice energies: application to glycylglycine, DL-histidine and DL-proline and comparison with theory, Y.A. Abramov, A. Volkov, G. Wu and P. Coppens, , 2183-2188 (2000). J. Phys. Chem. B104

291.Anisotropic atom-atom potentials from X-ray charge densities: application to intermolecular interactions and lattice energies in some biological and nonlinear optical materials, Yu. A. Abramov, A. Volkov and P. Coppens, . (THEOCHEM) , 27-35 (2000). J. Mol. Struct529

292.On the origin of topological differences between experimental and theoretical crystal charge densities, A. Volkov, Yu. Abramov, P. Coppens and C. Gatti, A, 332-339 (2000). Acta Cryst. 56

293.Evaluation of net atomic charges and atomic and molecular electrostatic moments through topological analysis of the experimental charge density, A. Volkov, C. Gatti, Yu. Abramov and P. Coppens, A, 252-258 (2000). Acta Cryst.56

294.Photo-induced linkage isomerism of transition metal nitrosyl and dinitrogen complexes studied by photocrystallographic techniques,D.V. Fomitchev, I. Novozhilova and P. Coppens, , 6813-6820 (2000). Tetrahedron56

295.Experimental, Hartree-Fock and Density Functional Theory investigations of the charge density, dipole moment, electrostatic potential and electric field gradients in L-asparagine monohydrate, W. Arnold, L.K. Sanders, M.T. McMahon, A.V. Volkov, G. Wu, P. Coppens, S.R. Wilson, N. Godbout and E. Oldfield, . , 4708-4717 (2000). J. Am. Chem. Soc122

296.Instrumentation for photo-crystallographic experiments of transient species, W. K. Fullagar, G. Wu, C. Kim, L. Ribaud, G. Sagerman and P. Coppens, . , 229-235 (2000). J. Synchr. Rad7

297.First observation of photo-induced nitrosyl linkage isomers of iron nitrosyl porphyrins, L. Cheng, I. Novozhilova, C. Kim, A. Kovalevsky, K. A. Bagley, P. Coppens and G. B. Richter-Addo, ., 7142-7143 (2000). J. Am. Chem. Soc122

298.The Experimental Charge Density Approach (ECDA) in the evaluation of intermolecular interactions. Application of a new module of the XD programming package to several solids including a pentapeptide, Yu. A. Abramov, A. Volkov, G. Wu and P. Coppens, A, 585-591 (2000). Acta Crystallogr.56

299.On the photochemical behavior of the [Ru(NH 3)4(NO) nicotinamide]3+ cation and the relative stability of light-induced metastable isonitrosyl isomers of Ru complexes, C.D. Kim, I. Novozhilova, M. S. Goodman, K. A. Bagley and P. Coppens, . , 5791-5795 (2000).Inorg. Chem39

300.Does -methylcalix[4]resorcinarene always adopt the crown shape conformation? A resorcinarene/bipyridine/decamethylruthenocene supramolecular clathrate with a novel framework structure, Y. Zhang, C. D. Kim and P. Coppens. 2299-2300 (2000). C Chem. Commun

301.A modified Pinkerton-type He gas-flow system for high-accuracy data collection at the X3 SUNY synchrotron beamline at NSLS, L. Ribaud, G. Wu, Y. Zhang and P. Coppens, . , 76-79 (2001). J. Appl. Crystallogr34

302.Synthesis and crystal structure of C 60 complex with a bis(ethylenedithio)tetrathiafulvalene radical cation salt: (BEDT-TTF⋅I3)C60, D. V. Konarev, A. Yu. Kovalevsky, P. Coppens and R. N. Lyubovskaya, . 2357-2358 (2000). Chem. Commun

303.Density optimized radial exponents for X-ray charge density refinement from crystal calculations, A. Volkov, Yu.A. Abramov and P. Coppens, , 272-282 (2001). ab initio Acta Crystallogr. A57

304.Critical examination of the radial functions in the Hansen-Coppens multipole model through topological analysis of primary- and refined-theoretical densities, A. Volkov and P. Coppens, , 395-405(2001). Acta Crystallogr. A57

305.Chemical applications of X-ray charge density analysis, T.S. Koritsanszky and P. Coppens, ., 1583-1628 (2001). Chem. Rev101

306.The chair conformation of-methylcalix[4]resorcinarene in a novel stepped supramolecular framework, B.-Q. Ma, Y. Zhang and P. Coppens, . , 1-3 (2001). CCrystal Eng. Commun20

307.Multiple structures in supramolecular solids: benzophenone embedded in three different -methylcalix[4]resorcinarene/bipyridine frameworks, B.-Q. Ma, Y. Zhang and P. Coppens, , 271-275 (2001). CCrystal Growth and Design1

308.Relativistic analytical wave functions and scattering factors for neutral atoms beyond Kr and for all chemically important ions up to I ¯, P. Macchi and P. Coppens, , 656-662 (2001).Acta Crystallogr. A57

309.DFT studies of blue protein model compounds, M. Breza, J. Kožišek and P. Coppens, In , M. Melnik, and A. Sirota (eds), Vol. 5, Slovak Technical University Press: Bratislava, 2001. Challenges for Coordination Chemistry in the New Century

310.Excited state structure by time-resolved X-ray diffraction, C. D. Kim, S. Pillet, G. Wu, W.K. Fullagar and P. Coppens, , 133-137 (2002). Acta Crystallogr. A58

311.Structural variation and supramolecular isomerism in the -methylcalix[4]resorcinarene/bipyridine system, B.-Q. Ma, Y. Zhang and P. Coppens, , 7-13 (2002). CCrystal Growth & Design2

312.Photoinduced linkage isomers of transition metal nitrosyl compounds and related complexes, P. Coppens, I. Novozhilova and A. Kovalevsky, . , 861-884 (2002). Chem. Rev102

312a Errata Photoinduced Linkage Isomers of Transition-Metal Nitrosyl Compounds and Related Complexes, P. Coppens, I. Novozhilova, and A. Kovalevsky, 1803-1803 (2002).Chem. Rev.102,

313.{4,4'-bis[-(diethylamino)-α-styryl]-2,2'-bipyridine}-tricarbonylchlororhenium(I), O.O. Gerlits and P. Coppens, , m164-m166 (2001). pActa Crystallogr. E57

314.A novel scoop-shaped conformation of -methylcalix[4]resorcinarene, B. Ma and P. Coppens, . 424-425 (2002). CChem. Commun

315.Synthesis and structure of multi-component crystals of fullerenes and metal tetraarylporphyrins, D.V. Konarev, A.Yu. Kovalevsky, X. Li, I.S. Neretin, A.L. Litvinov, N.V. Drichko, Yu.L. Slovokhotov, P. Coppens and R.N. Lyubovskaya, , 3638-3646 (2002). Inorg. Chem.41

316.The correction of reflection intensities for incomplete absorption of high energy X-rays in the CCD phosphor, G. Wu, B. L. Rodrigues and P. Coppens, . , 356-359 (2002). J. Appl. Crystallogr35

317.Crystal engineering, solid-state spectroscopy and time-resolved diffraction, P. Coppens, B. Ma, O. Gerlits, Y. Zhang and P. Kulshrestha, , 302-309 (2002). CrystEngComm4

318.The first photocrystallographic evidence for light-induced metastable linkage isomers of ruthenium sulfur dioxide complexes, A. Yu. Kovalevsky, K. A. Bagley and P. Coppens, ., 9241-9248 (2002). J. Am. Chem. Soc124

319.Aspherical-atom scattering factors from molecular wave functions. 1. Transferability and conformation dependence of atomic electron densities of peptides within the multipole formalism, T.S. Koritsanszky, A.V. Volkov and P. Coppens, , 464-472 (2002). Acta Crystallogr. A58

320.Time-resolved chemistry at atomic resolution, P. Coppens and I.V. Novozhilova, , 1-11 (2002). Faraday Discuss.122

321.Application of charge density methods to a protein model compound: calculation of coulombic intermolecular interaction energies from the experimental charge density, X. Li, G. Wu, Y.A. Abramov, A.V. Volkov and P. Coppens, . , 12132-12137 (2002). Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci99

322.Light-induced metastable linkage isomers of ruthenium sulfur dioxide complexes, A.Yu. Kovalevsky, K.A. Bagley, J.M. Cole and P. Coppens, . , 140-147 (2003). Inorg. Chem42

323.Theoretical analysis of the triplet excited state of the [Pt 2(H2P2O5)4]4- ion and comparison with time-resolved X-ray and spectroscopic results, I. Novozhilova, A.V. Volkov and P. Coppens, . , 1079-1087 (2003).J. Am. Chem. Soc125

324.Molecular complexes of fullerene C 60 with aromatic hydrocarbons containing flexible phenyl substituents, A.L. Litvinov, D.V. Konarev, A.Yu. Kovalevsky, I.S. Nerertin, Yu.L. Slovokhotov, P. Coppens and R.N. Lyubovskaya, ., 618-622 (2002).CrystEngComm4

325.Three-fold interpenetrating three-dimensional networks based on C-methylcalix[4]resorcinarene incorporating benzophenone guest molecules, B.-Q. Ma and P. Coppens, ., 412-413 (2003). Chem. Commun

326.On the choice of-orbital coordinate system in charge density studies of low-symmetry transition metal complexes, J. R. Sabino and P. Coppens, , 127-131 (2003). dActa Crystallogr. A59

327.Investigation of Zr-C, Zr-N and potential agostic interactions in an organozirconium complex by experimental electron density analysis, S. Pillet, G. Wu, V. Kulsomphob, B.G. Harvey, R.D. Ernst and P. Coppens, ; 1937-1949 (2003). J. Am. Chem. Soc.125

328.Transformation of a C-methylcalix[4]resorcinarene based host-guest complex from a wave-like to a novel triangular brick-wall architecture, B.-Q. Ma and P. Coppens, ., 504-505 (2003). Chem. Commun

329.The MLCT state structure and dynamics of a copper(I) diimine complex characterized by pump-probe X-ray and laser spectroscopies and DFT calculations, L.X. Chen, G.B. Shaw, I. Novozhilova, T. Liu, G. Jennings, K. Attenkofer, G.J. Meyer and P. Coppens, . , 7022-7034 (2003). J. Am. Chem. Soc125

330.What can time-resolved diffraction tell us about transient species?: towards excited-state structure determination, P. Coppens, Focus article, 1317-1320 (2003). Chem. Commun.,

331.Molecular complexes of fullerene C 60 with aromatic hydrocarbons: crystal structures of (TPE)2C60 and DPA⋅C60, D. V. Konarev, A. L. Litvinov, A. Yu. Kovalevsky, N. V. Drichko, P. Coppens and R. N. Lyubovskaya, , 675-677 (2003).Synthetic Metals 133-134

332.Formation of pyrene nano-rods within a supramolecular framework, B.-Q. Ma and P. Coppens, , 2290-2291 (2003). Chem. Commun.

333.Multiple conformation of benzil in resorcinarene-based supramolecular host matrices, B.-Q. Ma and P. Coppens, , 9467-9472 (2003). J. Org. Chem.68

334.Solid-state structure dependence of the molecular distortion and spectroscopic properties of the Cu(I) bis(2,9-dimethyl-1,10 phenanthroline) ion, A.Yu. Kovalevsky, M. Gembicky, I.V. Novozhilova and P. Coppens, , 8794-8802 (2003). Inorg. Chem.42

335.Calculation of electrostatic interaction energies in molecular dimers from atomic multipole moments obtained by different methods of electron density partitioning, A. Volkov and P. Coppens, . , 921-934 (2004). J. Comput. Chem25

336.Symmetry mismatching as a tool in the synthesis of complex supramolecular solids with multiple cavities, B.-Q. Ma and P. Coppens, , 211-213(2004). Crystal Growth & Design4

337.The use of synchrotron radiation in X-ray charge density analysis of coordination complexes, P. Coppens, B. Iversen and F. K. Larsen, , 179-195 (2005). Coord. Chem. Rev.249

338.On the nature of the lowest triplet excited state of the [Rh 2(1,3-diisocyanopropane)4]2+ ion, I.V. Novozhilova, A.V. Volkov and P. Coppens,. , 2299-2307 (2004).Inorg. Chem43

339.Structure and photoluminescence of a benzil nanocolumn in a c-methylcalix[4]resorcinarene-based framework, B. -Q. Ma, L. F. Vieira Ferreira and P. Coppens, , 1087-1090 (2004).Org. Lett.6

340.Ab initio quality electrostatic atomic and molecular properties from a transferable theoretical pseudoatom databank: comparison of electrostatic moments, topological properties, and interaction energies with theoretical and force-field results, A. V. Volkov, X. Li, T. Koritsanszky and P. Coppens, , 4283-4300 (2004). J. Phys. Chem.108

341.Symmetry induced supramolecular assembly of a resorcinarene trimeric molecular box, B. -Q. Ma and P. Coppens,. 932-933 (2004). Chem. Commun

342.Synthesis and crystal structure of a new supramolecular complex: [(ZnTPP) 2Prz]·C60·5.34C7H8·0.66C6H5CN, A. L. Litvinov, D. V. Konarev, A. Y. Kovalevsky, P. Coppens and R. N. Lyubovskaya, , 137-139 (2003).CrystEngComm.5

343.Synthesis, crystal structure, and optical properties of a new molecular complex of C 60 with a covalently linked (FeIIITPP)2O dimer, A. L. Litvinov, D. V. Konarev, A. Y. Kovalevsky, A. N. Lapshin, E. I. Yudanova, N. V. Drichko, P. Coppens and R. N. Lyubovskaya, , 3914-3917 (2003).Eur. J. Inorg. Chem.21

344.New molecular complex of fullerene C 60 with porphyrin dimer [FeTPP]2O: synthesis and crystal structure, A.. L. Litvinov, D. V. Konarev, A. Y. Kovalevsky, A. N. Lapshin, E. I. Yudanova, P. Coppens and R. N. Lyubovskaya, , 215-219 (2004).Fullerenes, Nanotubes, and Carbon Nanostructures12

345.DFT calculations of light-induced excited states and comparison with time-resolved crystallographic results, P. Coppens and I.V. Novozhilova, . , 611-623 (2004). Int. J. Quantum Chem101

346.Geometry changes of a Cu(I) phenanthroline complex on photoexcitation in a confining medium by time-resolved X-ray diffraction, P. Coppens, I. I. Vorontsov, T. Graber, A. Y. Kovalevsky, Y.-S. Chen, G. Wu, M. Gembicky and I. V. Novozhilova, , 5980-5981 (2004). J. Am. Chem. Soc.126

347.Single and double linkage isomerism in a six-coordinate iron porphyrin containing nitrosyl and nitro ligands, J. Lee, A. Y.. Kovalevsky, I. V. Novozhilova, K. A. Bagley, P. Coppens and G. B. Richter-Addo, , 7180-7181 (2004). J. Am. Chem. Soc.126

348.Combination of the Exact Potential and Multipole Methods (EP/MM) for evaluation of intermolecular electrostatic interaction energies with pseudoatom representations of molecular electron densities, A. V. Volkov, T. S. Koritsanszky and P. Coppens, . , 170-175 (2004). Chem. Phys. Lett391

349.Variable conformation of benzophenone in a series of resorcinarene-based supramolecular frameworks, B. Ma and P. Coppens, , 1377-1385 (2004). Crystal Growth & Design4

350.The interplay between experiment and theory in charge density analysis, P. Coppens and A. V. Volkov, , 357-364 (2004). Acta Crystallogr. A60

351.A very large Rh-Rh bond shortening on excitation of the [Rh 2(1,8-diisocyano--menthane)p4]2+ ion by time-resolved synchrotron X-ray diffraction, P. Coppens,O. Gerlits, I. I. Vorontsov, A. Y. Kovalevsky, Y.-S. Chen, T. Graber and I. V. Novozhilova, . 2144-2145 (2004) (hot article). Chem. Commun

352.Cu(I)(2,9-bis(trifluoromethyl)-1,10-phenanthroline) 2+ complexes: correlation between solid-state structure and photoluminescent properties, A. Y. Kovalevsky, M. Gembicky and P. Coppens, , 8282-8289 (2004).Inorg. Chem.43

353.Solid-state spectroscopic properties and the geometry of binuclear rhodium(I) diisocyanoalkane complexes, O. Gerlits, A. Y. Kovalevsky and P. Coppens, 3955-3962 (2004). Dalton Trans.

354.Response to the paper"A comparison between experimental and theoretical aspherical-atom scattering factors for charge-density refinement of large molecules", by Pichon-Pesme, Jelsch, Guillot & Lecomte (2004), A. Volkov, T. Koritsanszky, X. Li and P. Coppens, , 638-639 (2004). Acta Crystallogr. A60

355.The structure of short-lived excited states of molecular complexes by time-resolved X-ray diffraction, P. Coppens, I. I. Vorontsov, T. Graber, M. Gembicky and A. Y. Kovalevsky, , 162-172 (2005). Acta Crystallogr. A61

356.Syntheses, structures, photoluminescence and theoretical studies of xanthone in crystalline resorcinarene-based inclusion complexes, S.-L. Zheng and P. Coppens, , 3583-3590 (2005). Chem. - Eur. J.11

357.On the refinement of time-resolved diffraction data: comparison of the random distribution and multiple phase models and analysis of the light-induced increase in the atomic displacement parameters, I. I. Vorontsov and P. Coppens, . , 488-493 (2005). J. Synchr. Rad12

358.Dicarbonylbis(triphenylphosphine)nickel(0): A redetermination at 90 K, J. Moncol, M. Gembicky and P. Coppens, , m1582-m1583 (2004).Acta Crystallogr. E60

359.Shedding light on the structure of a photo-induced transient excimer by time-resolved diffraction, I. I. Vorontsov, A. Y. Kovalevsky, Y.-S. Chen, T. Graber, M. Gembicky, I. V. Novozhilova, M. A. Omary and P. Coppens,. , 193003/1-193003/4 (2005). Phys. Rev. Lett94

360.Two novel bis(2,9-dimethyl-1,10-phenanthroline)copper(I) complexes: [Cu(dmp) 2]2[PF6]2·0.5bpmh·CH3CN and [Cu(dmp)2][N(CN)2], G. King, M. Gembicky and P. Coppens, , m329-m332 (2005).Acta Crystallogr. C61

361.(Tetrahydroborato)bis(triphenylphosphine)copper(I): a redetermination at 90 K, J. Moncol, M. Gembicky and P. Coppens, , m242-m243 (2005). Acta Crystallogr. E61

362.Emission quenching of photoactive molecules embedded in supramolecular solids: Synthesis, structure and photoluminescence studies of benzil in a CMCR-based inclusion complex with a saturated linker molecule, S.-L. Zheng and P. Coppens, , 289-293 (2005). CrystEngComm7

363.An unstable ligand-unsupported copper(i) dimer stabilized in a supramolecular framework, S.-L. Zheng, M. Messerschmidt and P. Coppens, , 4614-4617 (2005). Angewandte Chemie, Int. Ed.44

364.A fast mechanical shutter for submicrosecond time-resolved synchrotron experiments, M. Gembicky, D. Oss, R. Fuchs and P. Coppens, , 665-669 (2005). J. Synch. Rad.12

365.Charge densities come of age, P. Coppens, , 6810-6811 (2005). Angew. Chemie Int. Ed.44

366.Photo-induced oxygen transfer and double-linkage isomerism in a cis (NO)(NO 2) transition metal complex by photocrystallography, FT-IR spectroscopy and DFT calculations, A. Y. Kovalevsky, G. King, K. A. Bagley and P. Coppens, , 1-12 (2005).Chem. Eur. J.11

367.Luminescence quenching and energy transfer in supramolecular solids, S.-L. Zheng and P. Coppens, , 2050-2059 (2005). Crystal Growth &Design5

368.[60]Fullerene complexes with supramolecular zinc tetraphenylporphyrin assemblies: Synthesis, crystal structures, and optical properties, A. L. Litvinov, D. V. Konarev, A. Y. Kovalevsky, I. S. Neretin, P. Coppens, and R. N. Lyubovskaya, , 1807-1819 (2005). Crystal Growth & Design5

369.Dependence of the intermolecular electrostatic interaction energy on the level of theory and the basis set, A. V. Volkov, H. F. King and P. Coppens, , 81-89 (2006). J. Chem. Theory Comput. 2

370.Experimental and density functional theoretical investigations of linkage isomerism in six-coordinate {FeNO} 6 iron porphyrins with axial nitrosyl and nitro ligands, I. V. Novozhilova, P. Coppens, J. Lee, G. B. Richter-Addo and K. A. Bagley, , 2093-2104 (2006).J. Am. Chem. Soc.128

371.Finding optimal radial-function parameters for sulfur atoms in the Hansen-Coppens multipole model through refinement of theoretical densities, P. M. Dominiak and P. Coppens, , 224-227 (2006). Acta Crystallogr. A62

372.Interaction energies between glycopeptide antibiotics and substrates in complexes determined by X-ray crystallography: Application of a theoretical databank of aspherical atoms and a symmetry-adapted perturbation theory based set of interatomic potentials, X. Li, A. V. Volkov, K. Szalewicz and P. Coppens, , 639-647 (2006). Acta Crystallogr. D 62

373.Ligand-unsupported Au(I) chains with short Au(I)...Au(I) contacts, S.-L. Zheng, C. L. Nygren, M. Messerschmidt and P. Coppens, . 3711-3713 (2006).  Chem. Commun

374.Trinuclear Gold(I) Triazolates: A new class of wide-band phosphors and sensors, C. Yang, M. Messerschmidt,  P. Coppens and M. A. Omary, . (17), 6592-6594 (2006). Inorg. Chem45

375.On the calculation of the electrostatic potential, electric  field and electric field gradient from the aspherical pseudoatom model, A. Volkov, H. King, P. Coppens and L. Farrugia, . 400-408(2006). Acta CrystallogrA62,

376.Supramolecular solids and time-resolved diffraction, P. Coppens, S.-L. Zheng, M. Gembicky, M. Messerschmidt and P. M. Dominiak, C. , 735-741 (2006). rystEngComm8

377.The effect of the environment on molecular properties: synthesis, structure, and photoluminescence of Cu(I) Bis(2,9-dimethyl-1,10-phenanthroline) nano-clusters in eight different supramolecular frameworks, S.-L. Zheng, M. Gembicky, M. Messerschmidt, P. M. Dominiak, and P. Coppens, 9281-9289 (2006). Inorg. Chem. 45,

378.A theoretical databank of transferable aspherical atoms and its application to electrostatic interaction energy calculations of macromolecules, P. M. Dominiak, A. Volkov, X. Li, M. Messerschmidt and P. Coppens, 232-247 (2007). J. Chem. Theory Comput. 3,

379.On the design of ultrafast shutters for time-resolved synchrotron experiments, M. Gembicky and P. Coppens, 133-137(2006) J. Synch. Rad.14, .

380.Improving the scattering factor formalism in protein refinement. Application of the University at Buffalo Aspherical-Atom Databank to polypeptide structures, A. Volkov, M. Messerschmidt and P. Coppens, . 160-170(2007). Acta CrystallogrD 63, ,

381.Response to Spackman's"Comment on the paper 'On the calculation of the electrostatic potential, electric field and electric field gradient from the aspherical pseudoatom model', by Volkov, King, Coppens &Farrugia (2006)", A. Volkov and P. Coppens, 201-203, (2007). Acta Crystallogr. A 63,

382.Hydrogen-bond quenching of photodecarbonylation in the solid state and recovery of reactivity by crystal engineering, J. Zhang, M. Gembicky, M. Messerschmidt and P. Coppens, 2399-2401 (2007). Chem. Commun.,

383.A kHz heat load shutter for white-beam experiments at synchrotron sources, M. Gembicky, S. -I. Adachi and P. Coppens, . , 295-296 (2007). J. Synch. Rad14

384.Single-crystal-to-single-crystal E to Z isomerization of Tiglic acid in a supramolecular framework, S.-L. Zheng, M. Messerschmidt and P. Coppens, 644-649(2007). Acta Crystallogr. B 63,

385.Single-crystal-to-single-crystal E->Z and Z->E isomerizations of 3-chloro-acrylic acid within the nanocavities of a supramolecular framework, S.-L. Zheng, M. Messerschmidt and P. Coppens, Chem. Commun.2735 - 2737 (2007).

386.The nature of the Ag(I)...Ag(I) interaction in different Ag(NH 3)2 dimers embedded in supramolecular solids, S.-L. Zheng, A. Volkov, C.L. Nygren and P. Coppens,8583-8590(2007).Chem. Eur. J. 13,

387.Supramolecular solids as a medium for single-crystal-to-single-crystal E/Z-photoisomerization: Kinetic study of the photoreactions of two Zn coordinated tiglic acid molecules, S.-L. Zheng, C. M. L. Vande Velde, M. Messerschmidt, A. Volkov,M. Gembicky and P. Coppens, , 706-713(2008).Chem. Eur. J. 14

388. Di-µ-nitrosyl-bis[(n5-pentamethylcyclopentadienyl)ruthenium(0)](), M. Pearsal, M. Gembicky, P. Dominiak, A. Larsen and P. Coppens, m2596 (2007).Ru-RuActa Crystallogr. E 63,

389.Static and time-resolved photocrystallographic studies in supramolecular solids, P. Coppens, S.-L. Zheng and M. Gembicky,265-271(2008). Zeitschr. für Kristallogr. 223,

390. A phase transition hidden in higher dimensions, P. Coppens, Perspective Commentary, , 41-42 (2008).Science319

391. Competitive isomerization and dimerization in co-crystals of 1,1,6,6-tetrahexaphenyl-2,4-diyne-1,6-diol and sorbic acid: a new look at stereochemical requirements for [2+2] dimerization, S.-L. Zheng, O. Pham, C.M.L. Vande Velde, M. Gembicky and P. Coppens, 2538-2540(2008).Chem. Commun.

392. Ligand-tuning of the excitation wavelength of a solid state E/Z isomerization: [Zn(TA)2(2,2'-bipyridyl)] in a supramolecular framework, S.-L. Zheng, M. Gembicky, M. Messerschmidt and P. Coppens, 16-21(2009).J. Chin. Chem. Soc. 56,

393. The RATIO method for time-resolved Laue crystallography, P. Coppens*, M. Pitak, M. Gembicky, M. Messerschmidt, S. Scheins, J. Benedict, S.-I. Adachi, T. Sato, S. Nozawa, K. Ichiyanagi, M. Chollet and S.-Y. Koshihara, , 226-230 (2009).J. Synchrotron Rad. 16

394. Kinetics of the single-crystal to single-crystal two-photon photo-dimerization of α-trans cinnamic acid to α -truxillic acid, J. B. Benedict and P. Coppens, 3116-3120(2009).J. Phys. Chem. 113,

395. The new photocrystallography, P. Coppens, 4280-4281(2009). Angew. Chem. 48,

396.Combining crystallographic information and an aspherical-atom databank in the evaluation of the electrostatic interaction-energy in an enzyme-substrate complex: Influenza Neuraminidase inhibition, P. M. Dominiak, A. Volkov, A. Dominiak, K. Jarzembska and P. Coppens, D , 485-499 (2009). Acta Cryst.65

397.Charge density analysis of the (C-C)Ti agostic interactions in a titanacyclobutano complex, S. Scheins, M. Messerschmidt, M. Gembicky, M. Pitak, P. Coppens, B. Harvey, G. Turpin, A. Arif, R. Ernst and A. Volkov, 6154-6160 (2009). J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131,

398.Capturing and analyzing the excited state structure of a Cu(I)phenanthroline complex by time-resolved diffraction and theoretical calculations, I. Vorontsov, T. Graber, A. Kovalevsky, I. Novozhilova, M. Gembicky, Y.-S. Chen and P. Coppens, 6566-6573 (2009). J. Am. Chem. Soc. 131,

399. Direct observation of a photo-induced non-stabilized nitrile imine structure in the solid state, S.-L. Zheng, Y. Wang, Z. Yu, Q. Lin and P. Coppens, ., 18037-18037 (2009).J. Am. Chem. Soc131

400.Time-resolved synchrotron diffraction and theoretical studies of very short-lived photo-induced molecular species , P. Coppens, J. B. Benedict, M. Messerschmidt, I. Novozhilova, T. Graber, Y.-S. Chen, I. Vorontsov, S. Scheins and S.-L. Zheng,A 179-188(2010). Acta Cryst. 66,

401.The crystalline nanocluster phase as a medium for structural and spectroscopic studies of light absorption of photosensitizer dyes on semiconductor surfaces, J. B. Benedict and P. Coppens, ., 2938-2944 (2010).J. Am. Chem. Soc132

402.Charge density analysis of the ground state of the photochromic 1,10 phenanthroline zinc (II) bis(thiolate) complex, S. Scheins, S.-L. Zheng, J. B. Benedict and P. Coppens, B, 366-372 (2010).Acta Cryst.66

403. Optimizing the accuracy and precision of the single-pulse Laue technique for synchrotron photo-crystallography, R. Kaminski, T. Graber, J. B. Benedict, R. Henning, Y.-S. Chen, S. Scheins, M. Messerschmidt and P. Coppens, . , 479-485 (2010).J. Synchrotron. Rad17

404.On R-factors for dynamic-structure crystallography, P. Coppens, R. Kaminski and M. Schmøkel, . 626-628 (2010). Acta Cryst66,

405. Constrained excited state structure in molecular crystals by means of the QM/MM approach - towards the prediction of photocrystallographic results, R. Kaminski, M. Schmøkel and P. Coppens, . 2349-2353 (2010). J. Phys. Chem. Lett

406. Data scaling and temperature calibration in time-resolved photocrystallographic experiments, M. Schmøkel, R. Kaminski, J. B. Benedict and P. Coppens, , 632-636 (2010).Acta Cryst. A66

407. LASER - a program for response-ratio refinement of time-resolved diffraction data, I. Vorontsov, S. Pillet, R. Kaminski, M. Schmøkel and P. Coppens, ., 1129-1130 (2010).J. Appl. Cryst43

408.Vacuum compatible, high speed air bearing chopper, B. Knapp, D. Oss, T. Sheridan, M. Gembicky and P. Coppens, (2010). Proceedings of the Euspen International Conference

409.Large polyoxotitanate clusters: well-defined models for pure-phase TiO 2 structures and surfaces, J. Benedict, R. Freindorf, E. Trzop, J. Cogswell and P. Coppens, . , 13669-13671 (2010).J. Am. Chem. Soc132

410.Time-resolved Laue diffraction of excited species at atomic resolution: 100 ps single-pulse diffraction of the excited state of the organometalic complex Rh 2(µ-PNP)2(PNP)2BPh4, J. B. Benedict, A. Makal, J. D. Sokolow, E. Trzop, S. Scheins, R. Henning, T. Graber and P. Coppens,, 1704-1706 (2011).Chem. Commun.47

411.Molecular excited state structure by time-resolved pump-probe X-ray diffraction. What is new and what are the prospects for further progress? P. Coppens, . , 616-621 (2011). J. Phys. Chem. Lett2

412.eal-time Crystallography of Photoinduced Processes in Supramolecular Framework Solids, P. Coppens and S.-L. Zheng.,, V. Ramamurthy and Y. Inoue Eds., John Wiley & Sons, Hoboken, NJ, USA .p. 155-175 (2011). Supramolecular Photochemistry: Controlling Photochemical Processes

413.The development of Laue techniques for single pulse diffraction of chemical complexes: time-resolved Laue diffraction on a binuclear-rhodium organometallic complex, A. Makal, E. Trzop, J. Sokolow, J. Kalinowski, J. Benedict, and P. Coppens, . , 319-326 (2011). Acta CrystA67

414.The LaueUtil toolkit for Laue Photocrystallography: I. Rapid orientation matrix determination for intermediate size unit-cellLaue data, J. Kalinowski, A. Makal and P. Coppens, J. Appl. Cryst., 1182-1189 (2011). 44

415.Ultrafast spin-state photoswitching in a crystal and slower consecutive processes investigated by femtosecond optical spectroscopy and picosecond X-ray diffraction, E. Collet , N. Moisan , C. Baldé , R. Bertoni , E. Trzop , C. Laulhé , M. Lorenc , M. Servol ,H. Cailleau , A. Tissot , M. -L. Boillot , T. Graber , R. Henning , P. Coppens and M. B.-L. Cointe, ; 6185-6192 (2012).  Phys. Chem, Chem. Phys. 14

416.Restricted Photochemistry in the Molecular Solid State: Structural changes on Photoexcitation of Cu(I) Phenanthroline metal-to-ligand-charge-transfer (MLCT) complexes by Time-Resolved Diffraction, A. Makal, J. Benedict, E. Trzop, J. Sokolow, B. Fournier, Y. Chen, J. Kalinowski, R. Graber, R. Henning, and P. Coppens,, , 3359-3365 (2012).  J. Phys. Chem A116

417.Measuring picosecond excited state lifetimes at synchrotron sources, B. Fournier and P. Coppens, ,, 497-502, (2012). . J. Synch. Rad.19

418.Interfacial Electron Transfer in Functionalized Polyoxotitanate Nanocrystals, R. C. Snoeberger III, K. J. Young, J. Tang, L. J. Allen, R. H. Crabtree, G. W. Brudvig, P. Coppens, V. S. Batista, and J. B. Benedict, ., 2012, , 8911-8917. J. Am. Chem. Soc134

419 The LaueUtil toolkit for Laue Photocrystallography.II. Spot finding and integration Jarosław A. Kalinowski, Bertrand Fournier, Anna Makal and Philip Coppens. , 637-646 (2012). J. Synchrot. Radiat. 19

420.Binding modes of carboxylate- and acetylacetonate-linked chromophores to homodisperse polyoxotitanate nanoclusters. J. D. Sokolow, E. Trzop, Y. Chen, J. Tang, J. B. Benedict, P. Coppens, L. J. Allen, and R. H. Crabtree, (28), 11695-11700 (2012). 10.1021/ja303692r.  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 134

421.Excitons and Excess Electrons in Nanometer Size Molecular Polyoxotitanate Clusters: Electronic Spectra, Exciton Dynamics, and Surface States. Bao, J.; Yu, Z.; Gundlach, L.; Benedict, J. B.; Coppens, P.; Chen, H. C.; Miller, J. R.; Piotrowiak, P., 2013, (16), 4422-4430, doi:10.1021/jp307724v.  J. Phys. Chem. B 117

422.On the Biexponential Decay of the Photoluminescence of the Two Crystallographically-Independent Molecules in Crystals of [Cu(I)(phen)(PPh 3)2][BF4]. Coppens, P.; Sokolow, J.; Trzop, E.; Makal, A.; Chen, Y., 2013, 579-582, doi:10.1021/jz400013b.J. Phys. Chem. Lett.

423 The interaction between theory and experiment in charge density analysis. Coppens, P., 2013, (4), 048104, doi:10.1088/0031-8949/87/04/048104. Phys. Scr.87

424.Nanosized Alkali-Metal-Doped Ethoxotitanate Clusters. Chen, Y.; Trzop, E.; Makal, A.; Sokolow, J. D.; Coppens, P.,. 2013, (9), 4750-4752, doi:10.1021/ic302692d.  Inorg. Chem52

425.A large manganese-doped polyoxotitanate nanocluster: Ti 13MnO14(OH)2(OEt)28. Chen, Y.; Sokolow, J.; Trzop, E.; Chen, Y.-S.; Coppens, P., 2013, 60 (7), 887-890, doi:10.1002/jccs.201300163. J. Chin. Chem. Soc.

426.A manganese-doped polymeric framework of polyoxotitanate nanoclusters with a narrow band gap. Chen, Y.; Sokolow, J. D.; Trzop, E.; Coppens, P., 2013, 42 (43), 15285-15287, doi:10.1039/c3dt52218k. Dalton Trans.

427.Direct Observation of the Binding Mode of the Phosphonate Anchor to Nanosized Polyoxotitanate Clusters. Chen, Y.; Trzop, E.; Sokolow, J. D.; Coppens, P., 2013, 16651-16655, doi:10.1002/chem.201302012 Chem. Eur. J.

428.A novel manganese-doped large polyoxotitanate nanocluster. Chen, Y.; Trzop, E.; Makal, A. M.; Chen, Y.-S.; Coppens, P.,. , 3839 - 3841, doi:10.1039/C3DT53416B.  Dalton Trans2014

429.On the assessment of time-resolved diffraction results. Fournier, B.; Coppens, P., , A70, 291-299, doi:10.1107/S2053273314006305. Acta Crystallogr. Sect. A 2014

430.Analysis of multicrystal pump-probe data sets I. Expressions for the Ratio model. Fournier, B.; Coppens, P., , A70, 514-517, doi:10.1107/S2053273314013229. Acta Crystallogr. Sect. A 2014

431.Relating structure and photoelectrochemical properties: electron injection by structurally and theoretically characterized transition metal-doped phenanthroline-polyoxotitanate nanoparticles. Jarzembska, K. N.; Chen, Y.; Nasca, J. N.; Trzop, E.; Watson, D. F.; Coppens, P., , 16 (30), 15792-15795, doi:10.1039/C4CP02509A. Phys . Chem. Chem. Phys. 2014

432.An optical chopper for generation of short X-ray pulses to allow in-house time-resolved photocrystallography. Kaminski, R.; Nottingham, G.; Coppens, P., , 47, 1765-1768, doi:10.1107/S160057671401961X. J. Appl. Cryst.2014

433.Crystallography and Properties of Polyoxotitanate Nanoclusters. Coppens, P.; Chen, Y.; Trzop, E., ., 114 (19), 9645-9661, doi:10.1021/cr400724e. Chem. Rev2014

434.Shedding light on the photochemistry of coinage-metal phosphorescent materials: a time-resolved Laue diffraction study of an Ag I-CuI tetranuclear complex. Jarzembska, K. K., Radoslaw; Fournier, Bertrand; Trzop, Elzbieta; Sokolow, Jesse; Henning, Robert; Chen, Yang; Coppens, Philip, . , 53 (19), 10594-10601, doi:10.1021/ic501696y.Inorg. Chem2014

435.Six questions on topology in theoretical chemistry. Ayers, P. L., et al., , 1053, 2-16, doi:10.1016/j.comptc.2014.09.028. Comput. Theor. Chem.2015

436.Photoelectrochemical hole injection revealed in polyoxotitanate nanocrystals functionalized with organic adsorbates. Negre, C. F. A.; Young, K. J.; Oviedo, M. B.; Allen, L. J.; Sanchez, C. G.; Jarzembska, K. N.; Benedict, J. B.; Crabtree, R. H.; Coppens, P.; Brudvig, G. W.; Batista, V. S., , 136 (46), 16420-16429, doi:10.1021/ja509270f. J. Am. Chem. Soc.2014

437.New Methods in Time Resolved Laue Pump-Probe Crystallography at Synchrotron Sources. Coppens, P.; Fournier, B., , 22, 1-8, doi:10.1107/S1600577514026538. J. Synch. Rad.2015

438.The old and the new: my participation in the development of chemical crystallography during 50+ years. Coppens, P., , 90 (5), 058001, doi:10.1088/0031-8949/90/5/058001. Phys. Scr.2015

439.Perspective: On the relevance of slower-than-femtosecond time scales in chemical structural-dynamics studies. Coppens, P., , 2 (2), 020901, doi:10.1063/1.4913362. Structural Dynamics2015

430.How does substitutional doping affect visible light-absorption in a series of homodisperse Ti11 polyoxotitanate nanoparticles? Chen, Y.; Jarzembska, K.; Trzop, E.; Zhang, L.; Coppens, P., , doi:10.1002/chem.201500961. Chem. Eur. J.2015


EDITED VOLUMES

1.Experimental and Theoretical Studies of Electron Densities, edited by P. Coppens, American Crystallographic Association, 1972. 

2.Electron Distributions and the Chemical Bond, edited by P. Coppens and M. B. Hall, New York: Plenum, 1982. 

3.AIP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 219, "Superconductivity and its Applications," edited by Y.-H. Kao, P. Coppens and H.-S. Kwok, American Institute of Physics: Buffalo, NY, 1990.

4.X-rays in Chemistry. Thematic issue of Chemical Reviews, edited by P. Coppens and J. Penner-Hahn, June 2001.


BOOKS

1.Synchrotron Radiation Crystallography, P. Coppens, with contributions from D.E. Cox, E. Vlieg and I. K. Robinson, Academic Press Limited, London, 1992. 

2. X-ray Charge Densities and Chemical Bonding, P. Coppens, Oxford University Press, New York, 1997.


MISCELLANEOUS

P. Coppens, "Charge-density analysis at the turn of the century" in, Henk Schenk (ed.). Munksgaard International Publishers Ltd.: Copenhagen. 1998, pp.779-788. Reprinted from . A, part 6, number 1 (1998). Crystallography across the Sciences: - A celebration of 50 years of Acta Crystallographica and the IUCrActa Cryst54

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