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ASU students synthesize new organic and inorganic and organometallic structures for catalysis, organic/bioinorganic complexes inspired by nature, hybrid molecular/solid state materials for energy conversion, new layered 2-dimensional materials, new semiconductor materials based on designer molecular precursors, and complex self-assembled nanostructures based on DNA molecular origami, and novel DNA/protein complexes.
Inorganic solid-state chemistry, materials chemistry, non-conventional synthesis methods, microwave chemistry, inorganic solids, structure of solids, X-ray diffraction, two-dimensional materials, hybrid materials, surface chemistry, magnetism, catalysis