2019-6-4 to 6-5
The group attended the 2019 Neutron Scattering User Meeting at ORNL. Duncan Moseley gave a poster presentation.
Congratulations to Duncan Moseley for receiving the Graduate Fellowship for Achievement in Inorganic Chemistry in the department.
Congratulations to Duncan Moseley for receiving a Chancellor’s Citation for Extraordinary Professional Promise!
Minireview “Neutron Instruments for Research in Coordination Chemistry” is published by European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry.
Article “Probing Magnetic Excitations in a Co(II) Single-Molecule Magnet by Inelastic Neutron Scattering” is published by European Journal of Inorganic Chemistry.
Roberto Federico-Perez successfully defended his Ph.D. dissertation titled “New Methods for the Optical Detection of Trace Compounds and the Delivery of a Chemical Oxidant.” Congratulations!
Article “Synthesis, structural characterization and NMR studies of group 10 metal complexes with macrocyclic amine N-heterocyclic carbene ligands” has been accepted for publication by Dalton Transactions. Zhiming Liu and Tabi Cook in our group conducted research.
Shelby Stavretis successfully defended her Ph.D. dissertation titled “Probing Magnetic and Vibrational Properties of Molecular Compounds by Neutron Scattering.” Congratulation!
Shelby Stavretis is honored by the Chancellor’s Citation for Extraordinary Professional Promise. Congratulation!
Zhiming Liu is awarded a Shull Wollan Center Graduate Research Fellowship. Congratulations!
Article “Spin–phonon couplings in transition metal complexes with slow magnetic relaxation” is accepted for publication in Nature Communications. Duncan Moseley and Shelby Stavretis in our group conducted research. The article is open-access.
2018-6-24 to 6-28
Zhiming Liu and Dr. Xue attended the 9th American Conference on Neutron Scattering (ACNS 2018) and gave two presentations.
Article “Syntheses and characterization of hepta-coordinated Group 4 amidinate complexes” is accepted for publication in Dalton Transactions. Tabi Cook conducted the research. Dr. Carlos Steren later helped with the 1H-15N gHMBC NMR studies.
Article “Optical probe for the analysis of trace indole in shrimp” is accepted for publication in Analytical Biochemistry. Roberto Federico-Perez conducted the research.
Welcome to Xue Group
Welcome to the Xue group web page. There are three research areas in our group:
- Spectroscopic studies of molecular magnetism
- Synthesis and characterization of transition metal complexes
- Development of new chemical analyses.
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