Student's Work Published in Journal
Chemistry major Johanna Barbour,'18, who has been working in the Lovaasen Research Lab under the direction of Dr. Ben Lovaasen, recently published a paper, "Chromium(III) Bis-Arylterpyridyl Complexes with Enhanced Visible Absorption via Incorporation of Intraligand Charge Transfer Transitions."
The authors of the paper are, in addition to Ms. Barbour, Amy J. I. Kim, Elsemarie deVries, Sarah E. Shaner, and Benjamin M. Lovaasen and it appeared in the American Chemical Society Journal.
You can find her article, which was published June 30, 2017, at the Inorganic Chemistry website.
Congratulations, Johanna and Dr. Lovaasen!
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