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Group Goals


One significant goal is to develop photochemical systems that can be applied to the effective
conversion of light (solar) energy into other forms of energy, most often chemical and electrical energy.

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1/2014
"Electron Transfer Rate Modulation in a Compact Re(I) Donor-Acceptor Complex" is recognized
in Physics Today's Search and Discovery section. Kudos to Yuankai and Tod.
 
Tod Grusenmeyer defends his Ph.D. successfully!
 
After mighty struggle "Electron Transfer Rate Modulation in a Compact Re(I) Donor-Acceptor
Complex" is Accepted to Dalton Transactions. Congratulations to Tod and our collaborators
Yuankai Yue, Igor Rubtsov and the Beratan group at Duke
 
"Following oxygen consumption in singlet oxygen reactions via changes in sensitizer
phosphorescence" was accepted for publication in Photochemistry and Photobiology,
 thanks to Tingting and Tod.
 
"Sn(IV) Schiff Base Complexes: Triplet Photosensitizers for Photoredox Reactions"
accepted for publication in Dalton Transactions. Congratulations Tod and our Ohio U.
Collaborators Jeff Rack and Albert King
 
"The influence of ligand localized excited states on the photophysics of second and third row
transition metal terpyridyl complexes: recent examples and a case study."  Accepted to
Coordination Chemistry Reviews. Thanks Jing, Yong and collaborators at Emory,
Tim Lian and Teddy Huang
 
"Photochemical Generation of Strong One-Electron Reductants via Light Induced Electron
Transfer with Reversible Donors Followed by Cross Reaction with Sacrificial Donors"
accepted for publication in J. Phys. Chem. A. Congratulations Bing on this solo performance
 
Jing and Yong have baby boy, Eli
 
"Full-Electron Ligand-to-Ligand Charge Transfer in a Compact Re(I) Complex" accepted to
J. Phys. Chem. A. Thanks to Tod and our collaborators Yuankai Yue, Igor Rubtsov and the
 Beratan group at Duke
 
Gilbert and Freda have baby boy, Kich Kiptoo Kosgei
 
 
Tod Grusenmeyer is awarded the Gerhard Closs Student Award by the Inter-American
Photochemical Society and presents an inivited talk at the I-APS Winter Conference

 

 

 

 

 
12/2013
 
Gilbert Kosgei successfully defends his Ph.D. and heads off for a postdoc at Virginia Tech
with Karen Brewer
 

 

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