Our inorganic research interests cover the spectrum from physical-inorganic to synthetic inorganic, organometallic, and bioinorganic chemistry. We address problems in modern medicine and biology, energy storage and consumption, materials synthesis, photo- and electrochemical homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis, transition metal and main group organometallic chemistry, and solid state and surface chemistry.

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Alexander T. Radosevich

Associate Professor of Chemistry

Research in the Radosevich group centers on the invention of new homogeneous catalysts and reagents based on inexpensive and earth-abundant elements of the p-block.