Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry

Inorganic

Dr. Robert Hancock

Robert Hancock

  • Computer-aided design of ligands for use in medical imaging (MRI, PET), fluorescence-based sensors, and metal ion separations such as removal of radioactive isotopes from nuclear waste.
  • Study of complexing of metal ions by NMR, polarography, potentiometry, UV-visible and IR spectroscopy, X-ray crystallography, and fluorescence measurements.
  • Study of complexing of metal ions by NMR, polarography, potentiometry, UV-visible and IR spectroscopy, X-ray crystallography, and fluorescence measurements.

Dr. Bart Jones

Bart Jones

  • Electrochemistry of organometallic species such as (MeCp2ZrH2)2
  • Determination of acidity of Cp protons in CpReL3L2L3 species
  • Trace analysis method development using electrochemistry, spectroscopy, and chromatography