Past Event

Sigma-Aldrich Colloquium, Presented by Prof. Ramesh Jasti, University of Oregon

February 29, 2024
4:30 PM - 5:30 PM
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Havemeyer 209
Development of New Synthetic Methods and Their Application in Carbon Nanoscience
Presented by Prof. Ramesh Jasti
Hosted by Prof. Colin Nuckolls


Graphitic nanomaterials (e.g. carbon nanotubes, graphene, and their related derivatives) have outstanding properties for a broad spectrum of applications ranging from electronics, molecular sensors, nanoporous filters, as well as energy generation and storage. These materials, however, are difficult to prepare in a uniform manner. The structural variation dramatically affects properties and performance. I will describe my research group's efforts to develop molecular syntheses and assembly strategies to prepare these types of structures with angstrom-level precision. Specifically, I will focus on my group’s most recent developments in new synthetic methodology that give access to unprecedented architectures.

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