Current Inorganic Chemistry Research in the New York Metropolitan Area

Current Inorganic Chemistry Research in the New York Metropolitan Area

Friday, November 11, 2005

The New York Academy of Sciences

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Presented by the Chemical Sciences Section and the American Chemical Society's New York Section

 

This symposium will feature inorganic chemistry research presented by graduate students and post-doctoral associates from research groups in the New York Metropolitan Area.

The Chemical Sciences Section (also known as the Inorganic Chemistry and Catalytic Sciences subsection) holds two to three symposia each year, bringing together experts from the academic and corporate sectors. This group provides a forum for people from different research areas within the field.

Program



3:00–5:30: Presentations

Session I

Nicole Leifer, CUNY, Hunter College and State University of New York, Stony Brook
"Solid-State NMR Studies of a Silver Vanadium Oxide Battery Cathode."

Santanu Banerjee, Department of Chemistry, Rutgers University, Piscataway
"A New Class of Lanthanide Oxoselenido Clusters: Intense Near-IR Emission from Nd (III) Ion."

Yang Qin, Department of Chemistry, Rutgers University, Newark
"Luminescent Organoboron Quinolate Polymers."

Krishnan Venkatasubbaiah, Rutgers University, Newark
"Ferrocene Based 1,2-Disubstituted Lewis Acids."

Sarah A. Cummings, Columbia University
"Dynamic Kinetic Resolution of Zirconaaziridines."

Coffee Break

Session II

Joshua S. Figueroa, Columbia University
"Synthesis and Reactivity of Mononuclear Tris(2-mercapto-1-t–Butylimidazolyl)-Hydroborato Iron Complexes [TmBut]FeX and Related Compounds."

Doris Y. Melgarejo, State University of New York, Stony Brook
"Mimics [(PS2)'Fe(CN)x(CO)y] for [NiFe], [FeFe] Hydrogenase Enzymes: A Mixed Valence Fe Thiolate Dimer with CO and CN- Ligation."

Gina M. Chiarella
, State University of New York, Stony Brook
"Synthesis and Characterization of New [FeII,III(CN)4L2]n- Compounds."

Bryte V. Kelly, Columbia University
"C–H versus O–H Bond Cleavage Reactions of Diphenolphenylamine with W(PMe3)4(Nu2-CH2PMe2)H