Doctoral student Binod Nepal (Steve Scheiner's lab) has had his paper deemed “highly important” and among the top 10% of those published in Chem. Eur. J. This work dealt with ionic H-bonds formed between CH donors and a range of different proton acceptors.
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Nov 3, 2014
Doctoral student Sushma Saraf (Berreau Group) and collaborators from USU and Clemson University report photodeactivation reactivity for Ru(II) anticancer compounds.
The Berreau group reports that ligand microenvironment effects influence the photochemistry of CO-release.
Doctoral student shows how tetravalent SF4 can form a noncovalent bond with an amine.