New molecular and supermolecular architectures for binding xenon
Friday, April 5, 2019 - 3:15pm
Science Building 1, room 107, 1025 SW Mill Street
Free & open to the public

University of Rhode Island Associate Professor of Chemistry, Brenton DeBoef, will present on New molecular and supermolecular architectures for binding xenon at the Department of Chemistry's weekly seminar series

About Professor DeBoef

Research in the DeBoef group spans the fields of organic and organometallic chemistry and attempts to use these tools for solving medicinal and pharmaceutical problems. These efforts are divided into two separate research programs: the development of new reactions using C–H functionalization and the development of molecular resonance molecular imaging agents.

About the Department of Chemistry

The Department of Chemistry maintains a teaching program of excellence at the undergraduate level and a graduate program emphasizing cutting-edge research in the chemistry of the environment, novel materials, and biological systems. The Department's curriculum, faculty, library, and facilities of the department are accredited by the American Chemical Society. | 503-725-8756