Emory University The Craig Hill Research Group

Research Areas

Last Updated: 10/29/2015

Our group designs, prepares and investigates complex large molecules, including polyoxometalates (POMs), and nanomaterials with specific structural, electronic and/or dynamic features that define them to be of potential value in catalysis, sensing, medicine and nanoscience. We also use such systems to investigate long-standing and emerging challenges in mechanisms and reactivity.

Specific areas of research:

•Detection and decontamination of environmentally toxic compounds
 
•Green catalytic solutions to global problems
 
•Light driven water splitting for sustainable fuels
 
•Preparation and characterization of new and interesting compounds
 
•Inorganic/organometallic light harvesting materials for solar energy
 
•Understanding reaction mechanisms for better catalysis
 
•Multifunctional nanostructures for decontamination 

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