First-Row Organometallics for Heavy-Metal Applications, and an Atomically-Precise Iron Oxide Nanocluster
thesisposted on 09.12.2016, 00:00 by Jonathan Kephart
Undergraduate research has been a cornerstone to my education at the University of Wyoming. In this text, I review my research experiences and independent projects in inorganic chemistry. Specifically I discuss my experience with iron organometallics for [2+2+2] cycloaddition, photoredox-activated C-N formation using nickel organometallics, and iron organometallics with bifunctional ligand frameworks for olefin metathesis. Another area of my research focuses on a class of nanomaterials known as magic number clusters. I discuss my work in the Hulley Group regarding the synthesis and characterization of an atomically-precise iron oxide cluster, Fe9O6(Np)6(TMEDA)3.