M. B. Wilker. "Incorporating Experimental Design into a Stand-Alone Undergraduate Physical Chemistry Laboratory Course." Engaging Students in Physical Chemistry. 2018, 83-94.
M. B. Wilker, J. K. Utterback, S. Greene, K. A. Brown, D. W. Mulder, P. W. King, G. Dukovic. “Role of Surface-Capping Ligands in Photoexcited Electron Transfer Between CdS Nanorods and [FeFe] Hydrogenase and the Subsequent H2 Generation.”Journal of Physical Chemistry C, 2017, 122, 741-750.
M.W. Ratzloff, M. B. Wilker, D. W. Mulder, C. E. Lubner, H. Hamby, K. A. Brown, G. Dukovic, P. W. King. "Activation Thermodynamics and H/D Kinetic Isotope Effect of the Hox to HredH+ Transition in [FeFe] Hydrogenase.” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2017, 139, 12879-12882.
A. N. Grennell, J. K. Utterback, O. M. Pearce, M. B. Wilker, G. Dukovic. "Relationships between Exciton Dissociation and Slow Recombination within ZnSe/CdS and CdSe/CdS Dot-in-Rod Heterostructures." Nano Letters, 2017, 17, 3764-3774.
J. K. Utterback, A. N. Grennell, M. B. Wilker, O. M. Pearce, J. D. Eaves, G. Dukovic. “Observation of trapped-hole diffusion on the surfaces of CdS nanorods.”Nature Chemistry, 2016, 8, 1061-1066.
K. A. Brown, D. F. Harris, M. B. Wilker, A. Rasmussen, N. Khadka, H. Hamby, S. Keable, G. Dukovic, J. W. Peters, L. C. Seefeldt, P. W. King. "Light-driven dinitrogen reduction catalyzed by a CdS:nitrogenase MoFe protein biohybrid." Science, 2016, 352, 448-450.
K. A. Brown, M. B. Wilker, M. Boehm, H. Hamby, G. Dukovic, P. W. King. "Photocatalytic Regeneration of Nicotinamide Cofactors by Quantum Dot- Enzyme Biohybrid Complexes."ACS Catalysis, 2016, 6, 2201-2204.
J. L. Ellis, D. D. Hickstein,W. Xiong, F. Dollar, B. B. Palm, K. E. Keister, K. M. Dorney, C. Ding, T. Fan, M. B. Wilker, K. J. Schnitzenbaumer, G. Dukovic, J. L. Jimenez, H. C. Kapteyn, M. M. Murnane. "Materials Properties and Solvated Electron Dynamics of Isolated Nanoparticles and Nanodroplets Probed with Ultrafast Extreme Ultraviolet Beams."Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters, 2016, 7, 609-615.
J. Ellis, D. Hickstein, K. J. Schnitzenbaumer, M. B. Wilker, B. Palm, J. Jimenez, G. Dukovic, H. Kapteyn, M. Murnane, W. Xiong. “Solvents Effects on Charge Transfer from Quantum Dots.”Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2015, 137, 3759-3762.
J. K. Utterback, M. B. Wilker, K. A. Brown, P. W. King, J. D. Eaves, G. Dukovic. “Competition between electron transfer, trapping, and recombination in CdS nanorod-hydrogenase complexes.” Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics, 2015, 17, 5538-5542.
M. B. Wilker, K. E. Shinopoulos, K. A. Brown, D. W. Mulder, P. W. King, G. Dukovic. “Electron Transfer Kinetics in CdS Nanorod-[FeFe]-Hydrogenase Complexes and Implications for Photochemical H2 Generation.” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2014, 136, 4316-4324. (Highlighted in JACS Spotlights)
H.W. Tseng*, M. B. Wilker*, N. H. Damrauer, G. Dukovic. “Charge Transfer Dynamics between Photoexcited CdS Nanorods and Mononuclear Ru Water-Oxidation Catalysts.”Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2013, 135, 3383-3386. (*authors contributing equally)
M. B. Wilker, K. J. Schnitzenbaumer, G. Dukovic. “Recent Progress in Photocatalysis Mediated by Colloidal II-VI Nanocrystals.” Israel Journal of Chemistry, 2012, 52, 1002-1015.
K. Lee, B. M. Tienes, M. B. Wilker, K. J. Schnitzenbaumer, G. Dukovic. “(Ga1-xZnx)(N1-xOx) Nanocrystals: Visible Absorbers with Tunable Composition and Absorption Spectra.”Nano Letters, 2012, 12, 3268–3272.
F. Li, M. B. Wilker, A. Stein. “Simulations-Aided Design and Synthesis of Hierarchically Porous Membranes.” Langmuir, 2012, 28, 7484-7491.
K. A. Brown, M. B. Wilker, M. Boehm, G. Dukovic, P. W. King. “Characterization of Photochemical Processes for H2 Production by CdS Nanorod-[FeFe] Hydrogenase Complexes.”Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2012, 134, 5627-5636. (Highlighted in JACS Spotlights)
F. Li, W. C. Yoo, M. B. Beernink, A. Stein. “Site-Specific Functionalization of Anisotropic Nanoparticles: From Colloidal Atoms to Colloidal Molecules.” Journal of the American Chemical Society, 2009, 131, 18548–18555.