Inorganic Chemistry

Solid-state and solution synthesis, mechanistic studies of proton-coupled electron transfer by laser spectroscopy, and studies of inorganic crystal growth on surfaces and organic monolayers are a sampling of the many activities in the chemistry of the elements ongoing at CCB.

Inorganic Chemistry Faculty

A headshot of Professor Ted Betley

Theodore Betley

Department Chair, Director of Graduate Studies
Erving Professor of Chemistry
(Accepting Graduate Students)
Eric Jacobsen

Eric Jacobsen

Sheldon Emery Professor of Chemistry
(Accepting Graduate Students)
Mason, Jarad

Jarad Mason

Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Chemical Biology
(Accepting Graduate Students)
Daniel G. Nocera

Daniel G. Nocera

Patterson Rockwood Professor of Energy
(Accepting Graduate Students)
George Whitesides

George Whitesides

Woodford L. and Ann A. Flowers University Professor
(Not Accepting Graduate Students)