Graduate student, Alex Ivanov (center), was involved in fundamental research aimed at predicting structure and rationalizing stability and chemical bonding of various chemical species from clusters and multiply charged anions to organometallic complexes and solid state materials.       

  

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Cover of Angewandte Chemie
The Sun group's recent work on Co-P catalysts for overall water splitting has been highlighted on the cover of Angewandte Chemie.

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USU Chemists Unlocking Solution to Contorting Nanomaterials
Source of Distortions The Boldyrev Group in collaboration with scientists from Kyoto University (Japan) elucidated the source of the instability of graphitic carbon nitride sheets towards...

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Aluminum Homocatenation
The Boldryev Group was featured on the front cover page as well as the cover profile of CHEMISTRY - A European Journal. It is a communication, designated as "Hot Paper" on aluminum homocatenation....

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Lewis acid/base chemistry of BN-nanotube
Dr Sundaram, visitor at Tapas Kar lab, explored Lewis acid (B-sites) and Lewis base (N-sites) characters of BN- nanotubes. Phys. Chem. Chem. Phys., 2015,17, 3850-3866 DOI: 10.1039/C4CP04790G

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Exploring BN-Circulene
Structure and Properties of [8]BN-Circulenes: Inorganic Analogues of [8]Circulenes - published in J. Phys. Chem. C by Tapas Kar group. Absorption in the UV region by [8]BN-circulenes suggests that...

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Breaking B=N bond of BN-nanotube
The HBNH molecule not only selectively breaks the B=N double bond of the BN nanotubes but also expands the hexagonal network of the tube to larger cages at the surface. J. Phys. Chem. C, 2015, 119...

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