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Daniel Clark brings extensive expertise in both synthetic organic and organometallic chemistry to Molecular Glasses, Inc.
and D.A in Chemistry from MTSU based on research in synthetic organometallic Chemistry He is in his 37th year of teaching at Columbia Academy in Maury County, TN and has been very active in service activities the benefit secondary science education He currently serves as the treasurer for the Tennessee Science Teachers Association.
The number of reports involving I in the fields of biochemistry [14-17], catalysis [18-20], and bioorganometallic [21,22], inorganic [23-26], and organometallic chemistry [27-29] has been increased to an average of sixty papers per year in the last decade (according to SciFinder at 03-01-2017).
Troupel, "Kinetics of oxidative addition of zerovalent palladium to aromatic iodides," Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, vol.
Knott plans to continue in the field of organometallic chemistry and will be starting graduate work this May.
They describe organometallic chemistry methods, including surface organometallic chemistry, molecular metal complex catalysts within zeolites, heteronuclear complexes or clusters as precursors of supported bimetallic nanoparticles, and atomically precise nanoclusters in gold catalytic applications; physical methods (monolayer electro-deposition techniques and atomic layer deposition in the vapor phase); the preparation and characterization of model catalysts for hydrogen chloride oxidation reaction; advanced electrocatalysts; and atom probe microscopies.
from Syracuse University in 1979 (Organometallic Chemistry).
Advances in Organometallic Chemistry and Catalysis: The Silver/Gold Jubilee International Conference on Organometallic Chemistry Celebratory Book
Bergin, Journal of Organometallic Chemistry, 716, 159 (2012).