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All the seminars are at 4:45 pm in the Mellon Institute Conference Room, unless otherwise noted.

Tuesday August 27, 2002
4:15 PM

Tom Davis,
Centre for Advanced Macromolecular Design,
School of Chemical Engineering & Industrial Chemistry,
University of New South Wales, Australia
Making well defined polymers by RAFT and other controlled/living radical polymerizations
Host: Krzysztof Matyjaszewski

Thursday September 5, 2002
George Majetich
, University of Georgia
The Use of Tandem Reactions for the Synthesis of Complex Natural Products
Host: Stuart Staley

Thursday September 12, 2002
John Belot, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
"Unfulfilled Promises" in Lanthanide Catalysis and Designing Magnetic Coordination Complex Arrays
Host: Richard McCullough

Tuesday October 8, 2002
Michael Scott, University of Florida
Porphodimethenes: Versatile Tetrapyrrolic Macrocycles for the Preparation of Unique Metalloporphyrins
Host: Catalina Achim

Thursday October 17, 2002
Larry Que, University of Minnesota
An Iron(IV)-Oxo Unit in a Nonheme Ligand Environment: Fact or Fiction
Host: Eckard Münck

Tuesday October 22, 2002
Carin Helfer, University of Akron
Computer Simulations Investigating Chain Packing in the Unit Cell of a Liquid Crystalline Polyester
Host: Gary Patterson

Tuesday, November 5, 2002
Michael Silverstein,
Department of Materials Engineering, Israel Institute of Technology
Blend and Copolymer Foams from High Internal Phase Emulsions
Host: Kris Matyjaszewski

Thursday November 7, 2002
Eckard Münck, Carnegie Mellon
Adventures in Mössbauer Spectroscopy: Whole Cells, Fe(IV) and a World Record Hyperfine Field
Host: Danith Ly

Thursday November 14, 2002
Peter Weber, Brown University

Tuesday November 19, 2002
Joseph Hupp, Northwestern University
Exploratory Studies of Light-Induced Energy and Electron Transfer Processes. Insights from Electric Field Efect Spectroscopies
Host: Linda Peteanu

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Spring 2000
Fall 1999

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