Inorganic Chemistry Faculty


Alison R. Fout synthetic inorganic and organometallic chemistry applied to bioinorganic, catalysis, and small molecule activation
Andrew A. Gewirth inorganic spectroscopy; scanning tunneling microscopy; interfacial electrochemistry
Gregory S. Girolami metal-organic chemical vapor deposition; organometallic chemistry and catalysis; synthesis of new molecular magnets
Yi Lu biosynthetic inorganic chemistry and its application in environmentally benign catalysis in renewable energy generation and pharmaceuticals; metal-binding sites in DNA/RNA enzymes and their applications as metal sensors
Catherine J. Murphy synthesis, properties, chemical sensing, biological applications, and environmental implications of colloidal inorganic nanomaterials; optical probes of DNA nanoscale structure and dynamics
Ralph G. Nuzzo chemistry of materials: nano and micro-scale fabrication, soft materials, integrated devices, and self-organizing structures
Thomas B. Rauchfuss synthetic organometallic and inorganic chemistry applied to biomimetic catalysis, ion separation, and dihydrogen activation
Kenneth S. Suslick chemical and physical effects of ultrasound; heme proteins and their synthetic analogs, olfaction, sensors and artificial olfaction; protein microspheres for medical imaging and drug delivery


Other Faculty with Interests in Inorganic Chemistry:

Scott E. Denmark Wilfred A. van der Donk
Kami L. Hull Josh Vura-Weis
Stephen G. Sligar