Michael Richmond | Department of Chemistry

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Michael Richmond

Professor
(940) 565-3548
Office: 
CHEM 366
Highlights: 
Metal Cluster Chemistry, photochemistry, catalysis
Ligand substitution processes in metal clusters, inorganic photochemistry and photocatalysis; redox catalysis; inorganic reaction mechanisms; and thermal catalysis as chemical feedstocks

Research

Students in the Richmond group will be involved in the study of organometallic chemistry, with a focus on the synthesis and characterization of new organometallic compounds. The reactivity (stoichiometric and catalytic) of all new organometallic compounds with Greenhouse gases and common industrial feedstock molecules is routinely investigated.

Research area: 
Organic
Computational Chemistry

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