Professors, Dr. Thomas E. Albrecht-Schmitt and Dr. David E. Hobart. contibuted two chapters to the new Plutonium Handbook.
In addition to naming the auditorium after Kroto, the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry installed an art installation in the building’s lobby — a sculpture of a buckyball.
Despite being synthesized nearly 70 years ago by Seaborg and co-workers,1,2 the chemistry of californium (Z = 98) was recently revealed to be quite different from what we thought it would be.
Dave E. Hobart is being honored by the Nuclear Chemistry and Technology Division of the American Chemical Society for his decades of contributions and leadership in the field.
Q&A with Qing-Xiang “Amy” Sang who is the Endowed Professors in Cancer Research in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.
Nienhaus lab is pioneering innovative ways for solar cells to absorb and use infrared light, a portion of the solar spectrum that is typically unavailable for solar cell technology.
New knowledge overwrites electronic structure assumptions surrounding actinide complexes
Victoria Posey and Ashley Arcidiacono receive the NSF Graduate Research Fellowship and honorable mentioned
FSU chemistry students have received a prestigious and highly competitive fellowship from the National Science Foundation.
Dr. Steinbock co-organized a symposium on “The Interdisciplinary Impact of Nonlinear Chemical Dynamics” in honor of his former postdoctoral advisor Prof. Kenneth Showalter.
Steinbock and colleagues use microfluidic devices to create mineral membranes from iron, calcium, manganese, cobalt, copper, zinc, or nickel compounds and test them for prebiotic reactivity.