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Fall 2004

Faculty Seminars

Seminars are held in the Chemistry Building, Room LL16 at 4:00 p.m. on Fridays unless otherwise specified. Refreshments are served at 3:45 p.m. For more information call (502) 852-6798.

September 10

Dr. Boyd Haley, University of Kentucky
Mercury Toxicity and its Relationship to Neurological Diseases: Autism and Alzheimer's Disease

September 17

Dr. Graeme Mason, Yale University
13C Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopic Studies of Metabolism

October 1

Dr. Robert Hancock, University of North Carolina at Wilmington
Relativistic effects in coordination chemistry

October 8

Dr. Eric D. Glendening, Indiana State University

October 15

Dr. David Cliffel, Vanderbilt University

October 29

Dr. James V. Heck, Merck Research Laboratories
Drug Discovery Guided by Structural Biology

November 5

Dr. George Baranyi, University of Minnesota
A Synthetic Chemist Looks at Protein Folding

November 12

Dr. Thomas B. Rauchfuss, University of Illinois
An Organometallic Chemist's Analysis of the Hydrogenae Enzymes

November 19

Dr. Ludwik Adamowicz, University of Arizona
Molecular Quantum Mechanical Calculatons without Born-Oppenheimer Approximation

December 10

Dr. John-Bruce Green, University of Alberta
Is Atomic Force Microscopy a Feasible Platform for High Throughput Applications

Student Seminars

Graduate student seminars are held in the Chemistry Building, Room LL-16 at 2:30 p.m. on Thursdays unless otherwise specified. For more information, call (502) 852-6798.

September 30

Chris Mullins
Metal Dependence in Metallothiolate Reactivity: A Synthetic and Theoretical Approach"

November 4

Martin O'Toole
New Frontiers in Zinc Chemistry: A novel organometallic complex with a zinc-zinc bond"

November18

Doug Huelsman
Total synthesis of (13E,15E,18Z,20Z)-1-Hydroxypentacosa-13,15,18,20-tetraen-11-yn-4-one"

December 2

Leland Civils
Luminescent transition metal complexes based on star-shaped 2,2'-dipyridylamin-derived ligands"
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