Inorganic



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Metals, ligands, and beyond: Frontiers in chemical science, driven by problems and advanced by solutions

Distinct properties and functions emerge from novel structures. Using chemical architectures built with elements across the entire periodic table, we work towards new discoveries in chemical synthesis, energy-efficient and structure-selective chemical transformations, light–matter interactions, energy conversion, and methodologies to interrogate geometric and electronic structures that underpin the full array of chemistry displayed from molecules to materials.

Faculty

Jared Lewis Maren Pink Cathrine Reck Kenneth Caulton Trevor Douglas Caroline Chick Jarrold Liang-shi Li Dennis Peters Krishnan Raghavachari Sara E. Skrabalak Jeremy Smith Jeffrey Zaleski

Research

Homogeneous Catalysis Redox Transformations of “Grand Challenge” Molecules

Homogeneous Catalysis Redox Transformations of “Grand Challenge” Molecules

We are interested in homogeneous catalysis redox transformations of “grand challenge” molecules (those related to energy storage, or molecules generally found to be kinetically refractory: H2 , O2 , alkanes, fluorocarbons). We envision this happening not...
Physical Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry

Physical Inorganic and Bioinorganic Chemistry

The Zaleski group uses various steady-state and time-resolved spectroscopic methods to investigate the structure and kinetics of biologically relevant intermediates involved in enzyme and drug-related reaction mechanisms. This information is important...