Date Thesis Awarded
Bachelors of Science (BS)
William R. McNamara
Christopher J. Abelt
Rachel E. O’Brien
Eric A. Swartz
A methyl-functionalized and a dimethyl-functionalized iron polypyridyl complexes are proposed to be electrocatalytically active for proton reduction. Based on data from electrochemical analysis by cyclic voltammtery (CV), the methyl-functionalized is proven to be an active electrocatalyst for proton reduction. Several spectroscopic techniques are used to help characterize the complexes.
Wang, Jiashu, "Study of the Catalytic Abilities of Methyl-Functionalized & Dimethyl-Functionalized Iron Complexes for Proton Reduction" (2020). Undergraduate Honors Theses. Paper 1473.
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