"Towards multielectron redox chemistry with bimetallic compounds"

Seminar: Dr. Dino Villagran, University of Texas at El Paso

April 26, 2013 - 3:30 pm to 5:00 pm (already occurred)
Merrill Science Center, Lecture Room 4

Professor Villagran's lab explores physical, inorganic and computational chemistry. They use multiple-bonded bimetallic systems to study multi-electron redox chemistry for the activation of small molecules of energy and environmental importance. We are interested in the use of these systems for the study of electron transfer reactions through covalent or hydrogen-bond pathways. We utilize several spectroscopical and electrochemical methods as well as high-level computational algorithms.

Additional Info

Refreshments will be served at 3:15 p.m.

Contact Info

Cathy Stillerman
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Merrill Lecture Room 4 is located on the third floor of Merrill Science Center.