Front-page article in the Herald Journal describes the demonstration duel between our Chem Club and their Physics counterpart last night.

Our students also recently received a Commendable award from the ACS.  The award letter, attached, includes some data about the number of student chapters that submitted activity reports and the number of  awards ACS gave out this past year. Special thanks go to Lisa Berreau for her work as faculty advisor to the group, and to Owen Price (left on the below picture), this year’s president.

Also in the news...                                  

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*Tetravalent SF4 (Nov 13, 2014)
Doctoral student shows how tetravalent SF4 can form a noncovalent bond with an amine.

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*One-dimensional extended nonmetal-atom chains -(MF4–MF4)-, (M=S, Se) (Dec 04, 2014)
Doctoral student Ivan Popov evaluates the viability of extended nonmetal-atom chains on the basis of molecular models with the general formula MnF4n+2 (M = S and Se) and corresponding solid-state...

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*Environment Matters! (Nov. 18, 2014)
The Berreau group reports that ligand microenvironment effects influence the photochemistry of CO-release.

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*Photodeactivation (Nov 6, 2014)
Doctoral student Sushma Saraf (Berreau Group) and collaborators from USU and Clemson University report photodeactivation reactivity for Ru(II) anticancer compounds.

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*Ni-S film as a new HER catalyst (Oct 23, 2014)
The Sun group reported that Ni-S films prepared by facile potentiodynamic deposition exhibited efficient and robust electrocatalytic performance for hydrogen generation in aqueous media.

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*Supertetrahedral B80H20, C80H20, and Al80H20 analogs of dodecahedrane (Dec 03, 2014)
Doctoral student Ivan Popov predicts new stable frame species B80H20, C80H20, and Al80H20 as well as their various substituted compounds constructed on the basis of dodecahedron molecule.

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