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Friday, October 8 @3 pm
AER/I Chemistry Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Todd Hall

Uranothorite (Th1-xUxSiO4) solid solution is of great interest because of its geological relevance and potential applications as a nuclear waste form for actinides.

Friday, October 8 @4:10 pm
Department of Chemistry Physical Chemistry Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

Terrestrial animals coordinate the elastic properties of their limbs’ joints during locomotion by activating specific muscles at specific times.

Monday, October 11 @4:10 pm
Chemistry Departmental Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

Self-organization and assembly processes are crucial steps in the making of a wide range of materials and, in turn, have a great impact on their performance. For instance, the crystal structure, or polymorph, that forms during nucleation often dictates the bioavailability of pharmaceutical drugs, or the mechanical and catalytic properties of metal alloys and inorganic nanoparticles.

Friday, October 15 @4:10 pm
Department of Chemistry Physical Chemistry Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

With the growing concern over global climate change and increasing amounts of greenhouse gases contributing to said changes, alternative approaches to energy production for large scale power grid supply and small-scale transport vehicles have been studied in earnest. 

Monday, October 18 @4:10 pm
Department of Chemistry Departmental Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

Protein arginine methylation is a post-translational modification catalyzed by the Protein Arginine Methyltransferase (PRMT) enzyme family.

Friday, October 22 @4:10 pm
Department of Chemistry PChem Seminar 10/22/21
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

Bimetallic metal nanoparticles are of broad interest due to their unique optical and catalytic properties which provide hybrid characteristics in comparison to monometallic counterparts.

Monday, October 25 @4:10 pm
Department of Chemistry Departmental Seminar
Workshop / Seminar
WSU Pullman - Fulmer Hall

Spectroscopy is a powerful tool for interrogating the matter, but decoding the message delivered by the spectra is far from trivial. How do we convert the spectra into what the nuclei and electrons are doing?