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INOR 2019 – San Diego Session Locator and Program Sessions (draft)

SAN DIEGO, CA ACS FALL 2019 NATIONAL MEETING & EXPOSITION 

TECHNICAL SESSION LOCATOR
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Acronym Organizing Group Primary Meeting Location
AGFD Agricultural& Food Chemistry San Diego Convention Center
AGRO Agrochemicals San Diego Convention Center
ANYL Analytical Chemistry Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
BIOL Biological Chemistry Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
BIOT Biochemical Technology Not Programming
BMGT Business Management & Development San Diego Convention Center
CARB Carbohydrate Chemistry San Diego Convention Center
CATL Catalysis Science & Technology San Diego Convention Center
CELL Cellulose & Renewable Materials Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
CHAL Chemistry & the Law San Diego Convention Center
CHAS Chemical Health & Safety Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
CHED Chemical Education Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
CINF Chemical Information Omni San Diego Hotel
COLL Colloid & Surface Chemistry San Diego Convention Center
COMP Computers in Chemistry Omni San Diego Hotel
COMSCI Committee on Science Omni San Diego Hotel
ENFL Energy and Fuel San Diego Convention Center
ENVR Environmental Chemistry San Diego Convention Center
FLUO Fluorine Chemistry Not Programming
GEOC Geochemistry San Diego Convention Center
HIST History of Chemistry Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
I&EC Industrial & Engineering Chemistry Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
INOR Inorganic Chemistry Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
MEDI Medicinal Chemistry San Diego Convention Center
MPPG Chemistry & Water San Diego Convention Center
NUCL Nuclear Chemistry & Technology Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
ORGN Organic Chemistry San Diego Convention Center
PHYS Physical Chemistry Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
POLY Polymer Chemistry Grand Hyatt San Diego
PMSE Polymeric Materials: Science & Engineering Grand Hyatt San Diego
PRES ACS Presidential Events San Diego Convention Center
PROF Professional Relations Hilton San Diego Bayfront
SCHB Small Chemical Businesses Hilton San Diego Bayfront
SOCED Society on Education/Undergraduate Program Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
TOXI Chemical Toxicology Omni San Diego Hotel
WCC Women Chemists Committee Hilton San Diego Bayfront
YCC Younger Chemists Committee Hilton San Diego Bayfront

INOR PROGRAM TECHNICAL SESSIONS
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DIVISION OF INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
N. Radu and S. Koch, Program Chairs

SUNDAY MORNING

Section A Marriott Marquis San Diego

Marina Santa Rosa

Bioinorganic Chemistry: Proteins & Enzymes & Model Systems

S. A. Koch, Organizer M. C. Heffern, S. E. Stieber, Presiding

8:30 1. Investigating the dependence of proinsulin C-peptide on metal micronutrients. M.C. Heffern

8:50 2. Oxygen uptake in complexes related to [NiFeS] and [NiFeSe] hydrogenase active sites. X. Yang, T. Le, L.C. Elrod, M.Y. Darensbourg, M. Hall

9:10 3. Mononuclear Cu-aqua and – hydroxido complexes for multielectron processes. D.L. Ross, A. Borovik

9:30 4. Metal-binding pharmacophores utilizing bioisosteres as novel scaffolds for metalloenzyme inhibition. B. Dick, S. Cohen

9:50 5. Quantifying nickel nitrosyl coordination modes with X-ray emission spectroscopy and computations. S.E. Stieber

10:10 Intermission. 10:30 6. Harnessing P450 biocatalysis with Ru(II)- polypyridyl complexes. L.E. Cheruzel

10:50 7. Stable end-on (η1) superoxocopper(II) complexes that display appreciable substrate reactivity. J. England

11:10 8. Oxygen intermediates before and after ferryl-oxos in mononuclear nonheme iron enzymes. S. Iyer, K. Tidemand, S. Goudarzi, H. Christensen, G. Peters, E.I. Solomon

11:30 9. Dioxygen activation by manganese thiolate complexes with tunable ligands. C. Poon, M.A. Dedushko, X. Sun, G. Yang, S.A. Toledo, E. Hayes, A. Johansen, J. Rees, S. Stoll, E.V. Rybak- Akimova, J. Kovacs

11:50 10. Non-heme iron and 2- oxogluatarate-dependent histone demethylases: Understanding reaction mechanisms, ligand binding and dynamics using QM/MM and MD methods. C. Christov, R. Rajeev, S.S. Chaturvedi, T. Karabencheva- Christova

12:10 11. Understanding the mechanism of hydrogen peroxide induced carbon monoxide release from a manganese carbonyl. J. Barrett, P.C. Ford

Section B

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Marriott Grand Ballroom Section 9

Environmental & Energy- Related Inorganic Chemistry

S. A. Koch, Organizer J. Haber, Presiding

8:30 12. Ultrathin MOF nanosheet based composite membranes for carbon capture. M. Liu, Q. Fu, P. Webley, G. Qiao

8:50 13. Metal oxide electronic structure determines the direction of electron transfer at dye- sensitized interfaces. R.E. Bangle, G.J. Meyer

9:10 14. Coordination environment of a polymer-encapsulated cobalt complex for selective electrochemical CO2 reduction. Y. Liu, C.C. McCrory

9:30 15. 150MPa of high-pressure H2/CO2 production by formic acid dehydrogenation and continuous separation. H. Kawanami, Y. Himeda, M. Iguchi

9:50 16. Electrocatalytic H2 evolution in water by co- mimochrome VI*a, a synthetic mini-protein. J. Le, V. Firpo, V. Pavone, A. Lombardi, K. Bren

10:10 17. Functional mapping reveals mechanistic clusters for OER catalysis across (Cu-Mn-Ta- Co-Sn-Fe)Ox composition and pH space. J. Haber, H.S. Stein, D. Guevarra, A. Shinde, R.J. Jones, J.M. Gregoire

10:30 18. Open-shell Mo(V) nitrides, phosphides, and carbides: Does radical character dictate coupling chemistry?. G.A. Bailey, J.A. Buss, T. Agapie

10:50 Intermission.

11:00 19. High performance PDMS pervaporation membranes for recovery of n-butanol. J. Lee, D. Kim, S. Shin, J. Lee

11:20 20. Electrochemical total oxidation of multi-carbon substrates by an oxidic cobalt catalyst. T. Keane, C. Brodsky, D.G. Nocera

11:40 21. Electrocatalytic water oxidation using (bpy)2Co-based precursors. R.L. Holland, H.M. Tubbs, B.A. McKeown, R.J. Nielsen, W.A. Goddard, T.B. Gunnoe

12:00 22. Thermodynamic strategies of hydride tuning for CO2 reduction. A.L. Ostericher, C.P. Kubiak

12:20 23. Determining the site of protonation and the hydricity of active-site model complexes of the tungsten- and molybdenum- containing formate dehydrogenases. T. Kerr, J.Y. Yang

Section C

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon F

Chemistry of Materials: Materials for Energy & Catalytic Applications

C. G. Lugmair, Organizer
D. Primc, Y. N. Regmi, Presiding

8:30 24. Oxide nanoparticles coated with corrosion resistant metals as anode catalyst layer fillers in proton exchange membrane electrolyzers. Y.N. Regmi, E. Tzanetopoulos, N. Danilovic

8:50 25. Introducing nanocrystalline CeO2 and Au- CeO2 in electrocatalytic HER, OER and electro-oxidation of methanol. K. Deori

9:10 26. Improving and understanding the hydrogen evolving activity of a cobalt dithiolene metal-organic framework. K. Chen, E. Schneider, C. Downes, J. Goodpaster, S.C. Marinescu

9:30 27. Synthesis of PtNi tetrahedrons with exceptional activity for hydrogen evolution reaction. C. Wan, X. Duan

9:50 28. Stabilization of reactive Co4O4 cubane oxygen-evolution catalysts within porous frameworks. K.M. Van Allsburg, A.I. Nguyen, M.W. Terban, M. Bajdich, J. Oktawiec, J. Amtawong, M.S. Ziegler, J.P. Dombrowski, K.V. Lakshmi, W. Drisdell, J. Yano, S.J. Billinge, T. Tilley

10:10 Intermission.

10:25 29. Design of single-site transition metal catalysts for electrochemical oxidation of methane to methanol. D. Primc, J. Fornaciari, A.Z. Weber, A.T. Bell 10:45 30. Electrocatalytic small molecule transformations using multilayer films of discrete molecular catalysts. J. Kallick 11:05 31. Understanding structural features for rapid transport in lithium-ion batteries with niobium oxides. M. Preefer, R. Seshadri 11:25 32. Operando X-ray diffraction gives insight into the origin of pseudocapacitance in nano-MoO2 electrodes. D. Robertson, Y. Yao, M. Chin, T.C. Lin, S.H. Tolbert

11:45 33. Superhydrophilic and superaerophobic metal-organic frameworks for electrocatalytic oxygen evolution. F. Xie, J. Ye, M. Eddaoudi, Z. Tang, Y. Han

Section E Marriott Marquis San Diego

Marina
Marriott Grand Ballroom Section 8

Emerging Research in Molecular Synthesis

A. C. Brewer, J. M. Hoover, V. A. Schmidt, J. Y. Yang, Organizers E. B. Hulley, J. Yang, Presiding

8:30 34. Metal carbonyl clusters as catalysts for fast H2 evolution. L.A. Berben

9:00 35. To tether or not to tether: Frustration of electrophilic transition metal systems. E.B. Hulley, W. Christman, L. Pap, T. Morrow, N. Arulsamy

9:30 36. Developing molecular electrocatalysts and scalable systems for renewable fuels. A. Nichols, S. Hooe, C. Jiang, L. Lieske, C.W. Machan

10:00 Intermission.

10:15 37. Storing electrons and protons on redox-active ligands. A.F. Heyduk, B.J. Charette

10:45 38. Chemical and electrochemical studies of half- sandwich rhodium complexes supported by hybrid [P,N] ligands. J.D. Blakemore, J. Hopkins, D. Lionetti, V. Day

Section F

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Solana

Main Group Chemistry

T. Hudnall, Organizer M. J. Rose, Presiding

8:30 39. Readily available primary aminoboranes as powerful reagents for aldimine synthesis. G.P. Junor, E.A. Romero, X. Chen, R. Jazzar, G. Bertrand

8:50 40. Dispiro-4- bromobenzylaminophosphazenes: Synthesis reactions, spectroscopic and chromatographic properties, crystal structures, biological, and cytotoxic activities. N. Guven Kuzey, M. Özgür, N. Asmafiliz, L. Acik, B. Aydin, T. Hokelek, M. Turk, A. Cerci

9:10 41. New ligand protonation series of aluminum(III) complexes. N.A. Phan, L.A. Berben

9:30 42. Life without solvent: Mechanochemical synthesis of bulky main-group allyl species. R.F. Koby, T.P. Hanusa

9:50 43. Formation of well–defined strong acid sites on oxides. D. Culver, W. Huynh, M.P. Conley 10:10 Intermission.

10:20 44. Photocatalytic reactivity of tellurorhodamine chromophore derivatives towards aerobic oxidation of organic substrates. I. Rettig, T. McCormick, J. Van, J. Brauer, L. Lutkus, J. Lohman 10:40 45. Adventures in antimony- 3d metal chemistry (Mn to Cu): NIR emission, metal deposition, and spin-orbit coupling. M.J. Rose, L. Taylor

Section G

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Point Loma

Organometallic Chemistry: Catalysis – Early Transition Metals

N. S. Radu, Organizer A. D. Sadow, Presiding

8:30 46. Zirconium complexes supported by a ferrocene-based ligand as redox switches for hydroamination reactions. Y. Shen, P. Diaconescu

8:50 47. Kinetics And mechanism of catalytic alumination Of 1- alkynes by rare-earth aluminates. U. Kanbur, A.D. Sadow

9:10 48. Niobium-catalyzed ether deoxyhalogenation with silicon halides. B.F. Parker, H. Tsurugi, J. Arnold, K. Mashima

9:30 49. Substrate determined mechanism of deoxydehydration of polyols by a Mo(VI) catalyst. S.M. Kilyanek, R. Tran, K.A. DeNike

9:50 50. Synthesis, structure, and reactivity of bulky isocyanides supported unsaturated chromium dianion species. S. Wang, J.S. Figueroa

10:10 51. Synthesis and reactivity of group 4 complexes supported by redox noninnocent anthracene- bisphenoxide ligands. M. Bruening, C. Low, T. Agapie

10:30 52. Homoleptic lanthanide alkyl compounds in homogeneous and interfacial hydroboration catalysis. A.D. Sadow

10:50 53. Ligand substituent effects on the rate of hydrocarbon C-H activation at bent-sandwich tantalum(V) trihydride complexes. S. Rehbein

Section H

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Cardiff

Organometallic Chemistry: New Ligand Platforms

N. S. Radu, Organizer T. S. Haddad, D. R. Manke, Presiding

8:30 54. Cooperative hydrogenolysis in late transition metal-aluminum heterobimetallic complexes. R.M. Charles, T.W. Yokley, N.J. Deyonker, T.P. Brewster

8:50 55. Synthesizing new “Pacman” ligands for renewable energy applications. P.E. Sues, C.A. Ackley, E.M. Archer, N.P. Marshall

9:10 56. Synthesis and characterization of 1,1’- dicarbodiimidoferrocenes and their group IV 1,1’- bisguanidinateferrocene complexes. O. Esarte Palomero, R.A. Jones 9:30 57. Electropolymerization of new N-heterocyclic carbene (NHC) complexes of Pd, Pt, Rh and Ir featuring a terthiophene backbone. W. Wang, R.A. Jones

9:50 58. Siloxide podand ligands as a scaffold for molybdenum catalyzed alkyne metathesis: Role of ligand flexibility and Mo-O-Si bond angle on catalyst activity. R.R. Thompson, P. Du, R. Kumar, S. Lee

10:10 59. Synthesis, characterization, and reactivity of iridium-aluminum and rhodium- aluminum heterobimetallic complexes. T. Brewster, Z. Li, R.M. Charles, T.W. Yokley, S.L. Tran, N.D. Schley, N.J. Deyonker

10:30 60. Ligand design for permanent catalytic deactivation. T.S. Haddad, A. Romich, J.A. Boatz, R. Blanski, K.B. Ghiassi

10:50 61. What difference does an extra CH2 make? Oxidation chemistry of 16- and 18-atom ringed tetra-NHC iron complexes. J. DeJesus, M. Anneser, X. Powers, S.B. Isbill, K. Blatchford, S. Roy, D.M. Jenkins

11:10 62. Diferrocenylmercury- bridged diphosphines: Flexible ambiphilic ligands with a unique stereochemical environment. A. Tagne Kuate, R. Lalancette, F. Jaekle

11:30 63. Design and synthesis of a new hybrid N2P2 tetradentate ligand and its metal complexes. E.E. Marlier, S.A. Brunclik, M.H. Nevins, A. Reuter, C.M. Seong

11:50 64. Studies on phosphine ligands containing protic imidazolyl groups for the activation of O-H bonds. B.E. Silva, A. Sarbajna, A. Sharma, R.N. Nair, Y. Gong, J. Golen, A.L. Rheingold, D. Grotjahn

12:10 65. New tren ligands and the reactivity of their metal complexes. D.R. Manke

12:30 66. Sterically hindered β- diketones: Synthesis and applications in catalysis. A.S. Crossman, M.P. Marshak

Future Insights into Syngas Conversion Catalysis: Symposium in honor of Burtron H. Davis
Sponsored by CATL, Cosponsored by ENFL, ENVR, INOR and PHYS

Advances in Catalysis with Ceria & Other Reducible Oxides
Model Ceria Catalyst
Sponsored by CATL, Cosponsored by ENFL, ENVR, INOR and PHYS

SUNDAY AFTERNOON

Section A

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Santa Rosa

Inorganic Young Investigator Awards

A. De Bettencourt Dias, Organizer, Presiding

1:30 Introductory Remarks.

1:35 67. Rediscovering the crystal chemistry of higher borides. G. Akopov

2:00 68. Design and synthesis of heterostructured nanoparticle libraries through sequential cation exchange pathways. J.L. Fenton, B.C. Steimle, R.E. Schaak

2:25 69. Fundamental lessons in carbon fixation chemistry: Molybdenum-mediated reduction of C1 oxygenates. J.A. Buss, T. Agapie

2:50 70. Metal–organic framework functionalization: Toward uniform and tunable heterogeneous catalysts. P. Ji, W. Lin

3:15 Intermission.

3:25 71. Comprehensive nanoscale evaluation of layered materials by X-ray microscopy. L.R. De Jesus, S. Banerjee, T.E. Mallouk

3:50 72. Following the catalyst wherever she goes: Forays into the fundamental behavior of active, on- cycle intermediates in Ru-catalyzed olefin metathesis. G.A. Bailey, D. Fogg

4:15 73. Accessing rare metal- ligand multiple bonds of early transition metals: Nuclephilic, electrophilic, and radical reactivity. L. Grant, D.J. Mindiola, B. Pinter

4:40 74. Understanding and redesigning metallic lithium for next-generation batteries. Y. Liu, D. Lin, Y. Lin, G. Chen, A. Pei, Y. Li, Y. Cui

Section B Marriott Marquis San Diego

Marina
Marriott Grand Ballroom Section 9

Undergraduate Research at the Frontiers of Inorganic Chemistry

C. Nataro, N. S. Williams, Organizers, Presiding

1:30 Introductory Remarks.

1:35 75. Toward the synthesis of unprecedented transition-metal nitride molecules. K.D. Herring, G.X. Monasterio, N. Yamamoto, S.C. Addy, A.R. Sumner, A.M. Dew, M.P. Nguyen, R.J. Wilson, L.G. Beauvais, M. Bennett

1:55 76. Cooperative reactivity of a redox-active ditopic diazaborole. N. Kennedy, C. Cuthbertson, N. Torquato, D.N. Blauch, M.R. Anstey

2:15 77. Syntheses, characterization, and reactivity of cobalt(II) SNS pincer complexes. J.R. Miecznikowski, M. Lynn, J. Jasinski, E. Reinheimer, B.Q. Mercado

2:35 78. Evaluation of air-free glassware using the ketyl test. L. Carlson, E.D. Douma, P.T. Truong, M.A. Bowring

2:55 Intermission.

3:10 79. Ambiphilic phosphine boronates by C(sp2)–H and C(sp3)– H borylation of a diverse class of tertiary phosphines. K.C. Morris, S.E. Wright, H. Eichelberger, S. Richardson-Solorzano, T.B. Clark 3:30 80. Synthesis of a phenoxazine-based ligand for redox flow battery electrolytes. C. Hernandez, D. Thole, D.N. Blauch, M.R. Anstey

3:50 81. Water and alkyl Grignards mix for an effective cobalt- catalyzed Kumada coupling of N- aryl chlorides. M.C. Perry

4:10 82. Translating lessons learned in the platinum group to base metal complexes featuring sterically-demanding amine bis(phenolate) ligands. B. Wile 4:30 Concluding Remarks.

Section C

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon F

Organometallics Distinguished Author Symposium

P. J. Chirik, Organizer, Presiding 1:30 Introductory Remarks.

1:35 83. Functionalizing strong C– H bonds with nonheme FeV=O oxidants, seen and unseen. L. Que

2:10 84. Efficient CO2 reduction by bioinspired cobalt aminopyridine complexes. S.C. Marinescu

2:45 Intermission.

3:00 85. Logical ligand design of iron-based complexes used as catalysts for Suzuki-Miyaura cross- coupling reactions. J.A. Byers, M.P. Crockett, A.S. Wong

3:35 86. Metal-metal cooperativity in small molecule activations at bimetallic reaction centers. T. Tilley

Section D Marriott Marquis San Diego

Marina
Rancho Santa Fe 2

Chemistry of Materials: Nanomaterials

C. G. Lugmair, Organizer D. Fairen-Jimenez, Z. Lin, Presiding

1:30 87. Design of highly porous metal-organic frameworks for drug and gene delivery. C. Orellana, S. Haddad, M. Teplensky, D. Fairen- Jimenez

1:50 88. Synthesese of phase pure ternary layered chalcogenides of Mo and W. M.M. Li, S. Ivanov

2:10 89. Solution-processable van der Waals thin film electronics. Z. Lin

2:30 90. Graphene oxide aerogels as electrically-heatable, 3D frameworks for inorganic adsorbent nanoparticles. D. Xia, R. Menzel

2:50 91. Examining the effect of nanoscale architecture on the thermal conductivity of mesoporous silica thin films. S. King, Y. Yan, M. Li, T. Galy, J.S. Kang, M. Marszewski, Y. Li, L. Pilon, Y. Hu, S.H. Tolbert

3:10 Intermission.

3:25 92. Gold nanobipyramids for noninvasive photothermal killing of bacteria. C. Yang, T. Kuo

3:45 93. Fluorescent surfactant for real-time visualization and dynamics studies of boron nitride nanomaterials. A. Smith McWilliams, Z. Tang, S. Ergülen, C.A. de los Reyes, M. Pasquali, A.A. Marti

4:05 94. Improving FePt/FePd nanoparticle synthesis for easier processing of magnetic properties. J.A. Kurish, S.H. Tolbert

4:25 95. Sharp transition from metallic to non-metallic state in gold nanoclusters with atomically tailored optical properties. T. Higaki, M. Zhou, R. Jin

Section E Marriott Marquis San Diego

Marina
Marriott Grand Ballroom Section 8

Emerging Research in Molecular Synthesis

A. C. Brewer, J. M. Hoover, V. A. Schmidt, J. Y. Yang, Organizers
D. C. Lacy, K. J. Stowers, Presiding

1:30 96. Enabling base-metal catalysis through metalloligand design. C.C. Lu, M. Vollmer, B. Ramirez

2:00 97. Catalysis at metal–metal bonds. C. Uyeda

2:30 98. Copper-carbon interfaces: Highly active catalysts from inorganic-organic hybrid materials. K.J. Stowers, C. Nguyen- Sorenson, A.J. Matzger

3:00 Intermission.

3:15 99. Design principles in synthetic non-heme (di)oxygenases. D.C. Lacy

3:45 100. Copper complexes bearing redox active ligands with tunable H-bonding interactions: Synthesis, structure, and reactivity. I. Garcia-Bosch

Section F Marriott Marquis San Diego

Marina Solana

Coordination Chemistry: Characterization & Applications

A. Larsen, Organizer M. I. Gonzalez, G. Mezei, Presiding

1:30 101. Tertiary phosphines and bisphosphines appended on N- heterocyclic moieties: Transition metal chemistry and catalytic studies. M.S. Balakrishna

1:50 102. Nitrogen-rich metal coordination complexes for new applications in explosive initiation. J.M. Veauthier

2:10 103. Synthesis, characterization, equilibrium, and antibacterial studies of Co(II) complex with 4-Hydroxy-N’-(3- hydroxy-5-(hydroxy methyl)-2- methylpyridin-4- yl)methylene)benzohydrazide. V. Chittireddy

2:30 104. Tuning the anion binding selectivity of nanojars by ligand- shell rigidification and controlled acidification. G. Mezei

2:50 105. Co2(pyrazine-2,3- dicarboxylate)2(4,4′-bipyridine) 1D porous coordination materials: Enhanced carbon dioxide adsorption at ambient temperature. S. Urcia-Romero, R. Arrieta- Perez, A.J. Hernandez

3:10 Intermission.

3:15 106. Zr/Co early-late heterobimetallic (ELHB) complexes: O2 activation, CO2 capture, and beyond. H. Zhang, C.M. Thomas

3:35 107. Taming the chlorine radical: Controlling the reactivity of photogenerated chlorine-atom complexes for selective C–H activation. M.I. Gonzalez, D. Gygi, Y. Qin, K. Xia, L. Kramer, D.G. Nocera

3:55 108. Modelling surface dinitrogen coordination with a dicobalt macrocycle. A. Spentzos, N.C. Tomson

4:15 109. Study of the catalytic activity of formamidinate bridged Rh2(II,II) complexes as a function of the trans effect across the Rh–Rh bond in the axial position. A. Millet, C. Turro, K.R. Dunbar

4:35 110. Caught in the act: Capturing C–H bond activation with photocrystallography. D. Gygi, M. Gonzalez, K. Xia, S. Hwang, D.G. Nocera

Section G

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Point Loma

Bioinorganic Chemistry: DNA, RNA & Inorganic Drugs

S. A. Koch, Organizer T. A. Su, Presiding

1:30 111. Photophysical evaluation of biologically active strained ruthenium(II) polypyridyl complexes. R.S. Khnayzer

1:50 112. Versatile roles of extracellular vesicles in cancer biology: New fluorophores as novel selective nucleic base stains for cellular microvesicles. K. Wardhani, A. Levina, G.E. Grau, F. Keene, J. Collins, P.A. Lay

2:10 113. Modular ionophore platform for treating copper deficiency in fatty liver disease. T.A. Su, C.J. Chang

2:30 114. Supramolecular assembly of uridine monophosphate (UMP) and thymidine monophosphate (TMP) with a dinuclear copper(II) receptor. M. Rhaman, D.R. Powell, A. Hossain

2:50 115. Interaction of DNA with reduced graphene oxides: Electrochemical oxidation of guanines. J. Kim, M. Choi, S. Lee

3:10 Intermission.

3:30 116. Synthesis and characterization of symmetrical and unsymmetrical copper(II) bis(terpyridine) complexes: Electrochemical and biological studies. B. Sengottuvelan, E. Tamilarasu

3:50 117. Dinuclear-ruthenium(II) complexes as binders of human telomeric dimeric G-quadruplexes. J. Weynand, A. Decottignies, J. Dejeu, E. Defrancq, B. Elias 4:10 118. Investigation of rhenium tricarbonyl isonitrile complexes as alternatives to platinum anticancer agents. A.P. King, S. Marker, J.J. Wilson

4:30 119. Oligo tetrapyrrole complexes as efficient photochemotherapeutic agents with remarkably high phototoxicity indices. A. Potocny, R. Riley, E.S. Day, J. Rosenthal

4:50 120. Photocytotoxicity of dirhodium (II,II) complexes featuring formamidinate bridging ligands with halogen substitution. E. Song, C. Turro, K.R. Dunbar

5:10 121. Copper (II) selective chelators attenuate copper-overload induced oxidative stress in vivo. A. Rakshit, K. Khatua, V. Shanbhag, P. Comba, A. Datta

5:30 122. Rhenium isonitrile complexes induce unfolded protein response-mediated apoptosis in cancer cells. S. Marker, A.P. King, R. Swanda, J.J. Wilson

Section H

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Cardiff

Chemistry of Materials: Metal Organic Frameworks

C. G. Lugmair, Organizer M. L. Aubrey, S. K. Elsaidi, Presiding

1:30 123. Mixed-metal metal– organic frameworks as multifunctional catalysts. M. Zaheer

1:50 124. Dual-layer MOF@MOF inorganic membranes with tunable gas transport properties for post- combustion CO2 separation. S.K. Elsaidi, M.H. Mohamed, S. Venna, D. Hopkinson

2:10 125. Small and smaller: [Pt12]@ZIF-8 releases platinum nanoparticles with exceptional mass activity for oxygen electroreduction. K. Kratzl, B. Garlyyev, A. Bandarenka, R. Fischer

2:30 126. Highly conductive and stable metal–organic frameworks from sulfur chemistry for electrocatalysis applications. Z. Xu 2:50 127. Structural flexibility and tunability in heteronuclear actinide- based metal–organic frameworks (MOFs). O.A. Ejegbavwo, M.D. Smith, N.B. Shustova

3:10 Intermission.

3:25 128. Harnessing synthetic biology to design novel metal- organic frameworks for photocatlytic oxidation. J.B. DeCoste, M.F. Lee, S.J. Garibay, A.M. Ploskonka

3:45 129. Sol–gel monolithic metal-organic frameworks with enhanced adsorption properties. T. Tian, B. Connolly, m. Casco, Z. Zeng, J. Tan, J. Silvestre Albero, D. Fairen-Jimenez

4:05 130. Redox doping and electron hopping in conductive metal-organic frameworks. M.L. Aubrey, B. Wiers, S. Andrews, T. Sakurai, S. Reyes-Lillo, S. Hamed, C. Yu, L.E. Darago, J.A. Mason, F. Grandjean, G.J. Long, S. Seki, J. Neaton, P. Yang, J.R. Long, M.I. Gonzalez, K. Pedersen, R. Clerac, J. Oktawiec, M. Kapelewski

4:25 131. MOF/polymer interactions in composite materials visualized in situ with solid-state NMR. J. Moreton, P. Duan, S. Tavares, R. Semino, G. Maurin, S. Cohen, K. Schmidt-Rohr

150 Years of the Periodic Table
Sponsored by HIST, Cosponsored by CINF, INOR‡ and PRES

Future Insights into Syngas Conversion Catalysis: Symposium in honor of Burtron H. Davis
Sponsored by CATL, Cosponsored by ENFL, ENVR, INOR and PHYS

Advances in Catalysis with Ceria & Other Reducible Oxides
Theory of Ceria Catalysts
Sponsored by CATL, Cosponsored
by ENFL, ENVR, INOR and PHYS

Learning from Nature: Earth- Abundant Metals for Oxidation Catalysis
S. S. David, T. A. Jackson, A. Mukherjee, Organizers

5:30 – 7:30

132. Synthetic model for “diamond” core intermediates in nonheme diiron enzymes. S. Banerjee, W. Rasheed, L. Que 133. Mechanism of olefin cis- dihydroxylation catalyzed by a bio- inspired non-heme iron complex. J. Chae, S. Xu, L. Que

134. Stabilizing reactive nonheme oxoiron(IV) complexes supported by a common pentadentate ligand framework. C. Abelson, W. Rasheed, L. Que

135. High-valent gold-hydroxo complex capable of O-H and C-H bond oxidation. M. Lovisari, A. McDonald

136. X-ray absorption spectroscopy for elucidating the structure of high-valent nonheme iron complexes. P. Crossland, S. Banerjee, W. Rasheed, L. Que

137. Characterization of peroxoiron(III)(TMC) complexes. W. Ching, L. Que

138. Peeking into how aromatic hydroxylation reactions are performed by synthetic FeIV(O) complexes. Y. Sheng, A. Darksharapu, J. Prakash, L. Que 139. Probing internal motion of Zn(II) bispicen complexes via NMR relaxometry. T. Jones, A. Mukherjee

140. To rebound or not in hydrogen atom transfer reactions by synthetic nonheme oxoiron(IV) complexes. S. Xu, T. Jo, W. Rasheed, J.E. Klein, L. Que

141. Characterization and reactivity of [FelVO(TPA)(L)] and [FelVO(TQA)(L)]: Influence of the L ligand. G.L. Tripodi, J. Roithová

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C. Nataro, N. S. Williams, Organizers

5:30 – 7:30

142. VIPEr: Community and content for the inorganic classroom. N.S. Williams, C. Nataro, A.K. Bentley, H.J. Eppley, E.R. Jamieson, S. Lin, A.R. Johnson, J.M. Pratt, J.R. Raker, B.A. Reisner, S.R. Smith, J.L. Stewart, L.A. Watson

143. Group 13 complexes of 4,6- dihydroxy-10-phenylphenoxazine. E. Warner, C. Hernandez, D. Thole, D.N. Blauch, M.R. Anstey 144. Suzuki coupling catalyzed by (8- (dimesitylboryl)quinoline)palladiu m(0) species: Theoretical analysis. H.S. Rust, A.J. Achazi, P. Miro 145. Synthesis of nickel nitrosyl complexes with bidentate N- heterocyclic carbene ligands. Z. Zhang, S.E. Stieber

146. Heteroatom pendant bases for ruthenium catalyzed water oxidation. B.D. Vincenzini, A.G. Nash, C.J. Breyer, B.E. Silva, D.B. Grotjahn

147. Stability of molecular- electrode conjugates in acids and bases. S.K. Spence, L. Hallett, S.M. Kilyanek

148. Synthesis and characterization of metal-organic framework hydrogel composites. S. Klein, L. Zarzar, Y. Liu

149. Unique crystalline composites displaying multiple primary zoning events in the solid state and based upon self-assembled coordination polymers: Summary of results. S.R. Seidel, A. Zamurd, S. Cornell, K. Godwin, A. Partelow

150. Investigation of strontium doped hydroxyapatite coating methods for iron oxide nanoparticles. C.E. Chamberlain, K. Libson, A. Washburn, A.L. Eckermann

151. Tuning magnetic coupling in organic radical-bridged lanthanide single molecule magnets. E. Mu, C. Gould, J.R. Long

152. Optimization of light-driven P450 biocatalysts featuring Ru(II)- polypyridine complexes. B. Foley, M. Nguyen, M. Kato, L.E. Cheruzel

153. Synthesis of a gallium metallocavitand nanoparticle for bacterial inhibition. B.M. Forry, W.D. Shafer

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N. S. Radu, Organizer 5:30 – 7:30
Section C

154. Electrochemical behaviors of MnBr(CO)3bpyCOOH in aqueous solution. D. Zheng, L. Sepunaru, P.C. Ford

155. Reversible Na-capacity of magnesium-reduced graphitic carbon nitride. B.D. Fahlman, A.S. Adeyemi

156. Reversible Li- and Na- capacities of BaTiO3/p-Si/g- C3N4 nanocomposites. B.D. Fahlman, M.L. Anger

157. Proton-coupled electrochemistry of catechol-based redox active deep eutectic solvents. H. Booth, J.C. Goeltz

158. High concentrations of electroactive TEMPOL in various ionic melts. J.M. Carter, J.C. Goeltz

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N. S. Radu, Organizer 5:30 – 7:30

159. Synthesis of cyclopropanes using nickel-catalyzed cross- electrophile coupling reactions. A. Castro, E. Lucas, K.A. Hewitt, E.R. Jarvo

160. Measuring the influence of metal ion on hydrogen atom reactivity in a series of group 10 complexes with a proton and redox non-innocent ligand. B. Charette, A.F. Heyduk

161. Probing promoter effects in E selective alkyne semi- hydrogenation. S. Desai, J. Ye, T. Islamoglu, O.K. Farha, D.G. Truhlar, C.C. Lu

162. Development of molecular electrocatalyst for CO2 reduction based on nitrogen-based macrocyclic ligands. L. Lieske, C.W. Machan

163. Electrocatalytic reduction of dioxygen to hydrogen peroxide by a molecular manganese complex with a bipyridine-containing Schiff base ligand. S.L. Hooe, A.L. Rheingold, C.W. Machan, D. Dickie

164. Electrocatalytic CO2 reduction with Fe(III) Schiff base-type complexes containing pendent proton relays. A. Nichols, S. Hooe, C.W. Machan

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S. A. Koch, Organizer 5:30 – 7:30

165. Homogeneous reduction of atmospheric carbon dioxide by a neutral zinc complex. S. Cronin, m. mashuta, M.J. Shaw, R. Buchanan, C.A. Grapperhaus

166. Product and active site studies of biocatalytic copper-based metal– organic frameworks. R. Tuttle, H. Rubin, C. Rithner, R.G. Finke, M.M. Reynolds

167. Synthesis of air-stable ruthenium and nickel catalysts. S. Phuangthong, J.P. Lanorio

168. Modification of inorganic catalysts’ ligand frameworks for connection to polymeric structures. V.C. Tafuri, D. Navarro, H. Ordona, M.R. Radlauer

169. Toward (Z)-alkene isomerization. E. Delgado, E.R. Paulson, A.L. Rheingold, D.B. Grotjahn

170. Computational study of the pKa of transition metal-methyl C-H bonds. W.M. Grumbles, T.R. Cundari

171. Niobium-doped TiO2: Effect of an interstitial oxygen atom on charge state of niobium. X. Liu

172. Catalytic properties of lanthanum phosphates. M. Albqmi, A.W. Apblett

173. Seed-induced synthesis of functional MFI zeolite materials: Method, mechanism, and catalytic property. H. Zhang, Z. Ye, Y. Tang

174. Alkali metal-doped series of Linde-Type L zeolites via hydrothermal processes. Y. Koh, W.D. Shafer

175. Transition metal dichalcogenides as heterogeneous catalysts for the hydrogenation of nitroarenes. A. Darling, Y. Sun, R.E. Schaak

176. Exploring salen ligand type inspired from purple-acid phosphatase towards catalyzing pesticides hydrolysis with zinc complexes. M.M. Allard, N.T. Le 177. Zr- and Hf-based polyhedral oligomeric silsesquioxanes (POSS) as thermally robust catalysts in the Meerwein-Ponndorf-Verley reduction. S. Garg, C. Krempner

178. Molecular catalysts for CO2 reduction to CO. A. Zhanaidarova, C.P. Kubiak 179. Ferrocene-chelating heteroscorpionate complexes in catalysis. N. Adhami

180. Photophysical properties of rhenium(i) diimine dicarbonyl complexes containing phenanthroline and bipyridine ligands. H. Atallah, F.N. Castellano, C.M. Taliaferro

181. Solid-state NMR and density functional theory approaches for the elucidation of structure for inorganic complexes. W. Huynh, D. Culver, M.P. Conley hydrolysis of organophosphates in pure water. S. Garibay, O.K. Farha, J.B. DeCoste

190. Defect-free MOF-based mixed matrix membranes obtained by corona crosslinking. Y. Katayama, K.C. Bentz, S. Cohen

191. Heterometallic multinuclear metal–organic frameworks. O.A. Ejegbavwo, N.B. Shustova

192. Sierpinski molecules, carbon schwarzites and porous materials for catalytic and electronic applications. Z. Xu

193. Hybrid polymer/inorganic nanoparticle composite nanofibers through cooperative non-covalent interactions. L. Meng, Y. Qin

194. Charge-separated metal- organic frameworks: Design and application. S. Thapa, Y. Qin

195. Exploring O2 adsorption in cobalt triazolate frameworks. J. Oktawiec, H.Z. Jiang, J. Vitillo, D. Reed, L.E. Darago, B.A. Trump, V. Bernales, H. Li, K. Colwell, H. Furukawa, C.M. Brown, L. Gagliardi, J.R. Long

196. Chemical vapour deposition of zinc oxysulfide for photovoltaics. M.A. Bhide, C.J. Carmalt, C.E. Knapp

197. Montmorillonite synthesized from natural bentonite. S. Seo, J. Kim

198. Effect of heavy atom on the photophysics of porphyrin coordination complexes. A. Aggarwal, C. Farley, C.M. Drain

199. Improving PbS QD SWIR photodetectors using thermal annealing. J. Jin, G. Hwang

200. Development of the facile ITO coating method on flexible substrates using PDMS (polydimethylsiloxane) nanostructures and the spin-coating approaches. H. Seo, S. Sul, S. Lee, S. Chae, J. Jung

201. Seeded growth of metal nitrides on noble metal nanoparticles to form complex nanoscale heterostructures. R.W. Lord, C.F. Holder, J.L. Fenton, R.E. Schaak

202. Selective post-synthetic modification of copper sulfide regions in heterostructured nanoparticles. A.G. Butterfield, B.C. Steimle, R.E. Schaak

203. Synthesis, structures and properties of some recently characterized borates. D. Neiner, Y. Sevryugina, D.M. Schubert Section F

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182. Hydrothermal crystal growth and characterization of rare earth rhenium and tungsten oxides. M.T. Kolambage, C.D. McMillen, J.W. Kolis

183. Generalizable top-down nanostructuring method of bulk oxides: Sequential oxygen-nitrogen exchange reaction. H. Kim, J. Bang

184. Incorporating excess lithium into LiMn2O4 via thermally induced grain fining: Promoted lithium-ion diffusion in Li-excess LiMn2O4. G. Lee, J. Bang

185. Highly conductive and stretchable nanocomposite using Ag-Au core-shell nanowires: Applications in wearable and implantable devices. S. Han, T. Hyeon

186. Two polymorphs of 4,4′,5,5′- tetraamino-3,3′-bi-1,2,4-triazolium dinitroformate and their energetic properties. Y. Xu, M. Lu

187. Solid-phase detoxification of chemical warfare agents using zirconium-based metal organic frameworks and the moisture effects–analyze via digestion. H. Wang, J.J. Mahle, T.M. Tovar, G.W. Peterson, M.G. Hall, J.B. DeCoste, J. Buchanan, C.J. Karwacki

188. Synthesis and electrochromic properties of morphology- controlled vanadium dioxide nanoparticles. D. Roh

189. Single-component frameworks for heterogeneous catalytic

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C. G. Lugmair, Organizer

204. Engineering metastable precursors of two-dimensional MBenes. L. Alameda, R.E. Schaak 205. Novel electrospun Ti3C2Tx MXene titania nanocomposites. S. Debow, B.G. DeLacy, W.R. Creasy, Y. Gogotsi, K. Maleski, D. Kuhn, Z. Zachary

206. Nanoballs featuring Lewis acidic and basic sites as efficient bifunctional catalysts for tandem deacetalization-Knovenagel reaction. G. Verma, S. Kumar, Z. Niu, W. Gao, L. Wojtas, S. Ma

207. New crystalline porous materials and their gas sorption properties. X. Bu, H. Yang, P. Feng

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N. S. Radu, Organizer 5:30 – 7:30

208. DFT study of double bond cleavage induced by silyl migration in Fe complex. N. Koga, A.A. Dahy

209. Computational study of methane C-H activation by main group and mixed main group- transition metal complexes. C. Carter, T.R. Cundari

210. Colloidal DMF-protected metal nanoparticles for their use as catalyst in organic transformations. Y. Obora

211. Indium and yttrium alkoxide catalysts for redox switchable ring opening polymerization. S. Deng, P. Diaconescu

212. Phosphines on sulfated zirconia: Probes for Brønsted acidity and precursors to catalytically active olefin polymerization sites. J.E. Rodriguez, M.P. Conley

213. Manganese-catalyzed transfer hydrogenation of nitriles with secondary alcohols as the hydrogen source. J.A. Garduno, J.J. Garcia 214. Incorporating iridium pincer complexes in polymeric scaffolds for site-isolated catalytic alkane dehydrogenation. J. Hickey, T.Z. Myint, M.R. Radlauer

215. High efficient pincer oxo- rhenium catalyst for hydrosilylation. M. Xiong, M. Abu-Omar

216. Bioinspired trimetallic cobalt triphenylenehexathiol complex for CO2 reduction reaction. J. Intrator, N.M. Orchanian, A.J. Clough, S.C. Marinescu

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N. S. Radu, Organizer

5:30 – 7:30

217. Incorporation of functionalized rhenium(I) bipyridine catalysts into polycarbonates via chain transfer chemistry. G. Bhat, T.M. Folsom, A.Z. Rashad, D.J. Darensbourg

218. Synthesis and chemical vapour deposition of precursors to zinc oxysulfide. M.A. Bhide, C.J. Carmalt, C.E. Knapp studies on histone demethylation by KDM4A enzymes. R. Ramanan, S.S. Chaturvedi, T. Karabencheva- Christova, C. Christov

226. Influence of ligand structure and stereochemistry on the photoreactivity of Fe(III)- siderophore complexes containing β-hydroxyaspartic acid. C.D. Hardy, J. Suk, A. Butler

227. Computational insights into catalytic mechanism of Nε-methyl lysine demethylation by PHF8. S.S. Chaturvedi, R. Ramanan, T. Karabencheva-Christova, C. Christov

228. Exploring the mechanism of DNA repair by ALKBH2 enzyme: Multilevel modeling study. S.O. Waheed, R. Ramanan, C. Christov, T. Karabencheva-Christova

229. Long wavelength light induced CO-release from binuclear rhenium−manganese carbonyl complex. X. Jiang, J. Barrett, P.C. Ford

230. Application of graphene quantum dots for NIR light triggered intracellular release of nitric oxide. C. Guzman, P. Huang

MONDAY MORNING

Section A Marriott Marquis San Diego
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Marina Ballroom Salon F

ACS Award in Pure Chemistry: Symposium in Honor of Danna Freedman

H. Karunadasa, J. Zadrozny, Organizers, Presiding

8:30 Introductory Remarks.

8:35 231. Platform-based surface ligands for inorganic nanocrystals. J.A. Mason, G. Stec, S. Thapa, J. Lee

9:00 232. Organic mixed-valency across a five charge states of group 13 complexes. A. Arnold, R. Sayler, D. Britt, T. Bass, L.A. Berben

9:25 233. Chalcogenide based coordination polymers. J.S. Anderson, J. Xie, N. Horwitz

9:50 Intermission.

10:05 234. Stibonium cations as Z-type ligands for late transition metals: Impact on catalytic properties. F.P. Gabbai

10:30 235. Efficient single molecule dirhodium photocatalyst for H2 generation using low energy visible to near-IR light. T.J. Whittemore, C. Xue, C. Turro 10:55 236. Metal semiquinoid magnets: From molecules to materials. L. Liu, J. DeGayner, B. Coleman, Y. Wang, A.E. Thorarinsdottir, I. Jeon, D. Harris 11:20 237. Nickel-catalyzed coupling promoted by substrate photoexcitation. J.A. Kalow

11:45 Concluding Remarks. Section B

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Learning from Nature: Earth- Abundant Metals for Oxidation Catalysis

Financially supported by INOR S. S. David, A.

Mukherjee, Organizers
T. A. Jackson, Organizer, Presiding

8:30 238. Molecular catalysts for water oxidation using first-row transition metals. G.W. Brudvig, K.J. Fisher, H.M. Lant, T. Michaelos, L.S. Sharninghausen, R.H. Crabtree

9:00 239. Operando X-ray spectroscopic studies of heterogeneous water oxidation catalysts. S. DeBeer

9:30 240. Molecular complexity in inorganic chemistry: Utilizing non- covalent interactions into the molecular designs of metal complexes. A. Borovik

10:00 Intermission.

10:10 241. Mechanistic and structural analysis of how nonheme-iron enzymes direct different oxidation reactions. J.M. Bollinger, A. Boal, C. Krebs, A. Silakov

10:40 242. Oxygen intermediates in Cu and Fe zeolites: Correlations to metalloenzymes. E.I. Solomon, B.E. Snyder, H.M. Rhoda

11:10 243. MUTYH & its metal cofactors: Mitigating menacing mutations and mediating DNA damage responses. S.S. David

Section C

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Inorganic Chemistry Lectureship

W. B. Tolman, Organizer,

Section I

219. Better resolution of hyperfine lines for high-spin cobalt at low frequency, L-band: [Co(D4)(dca)]. S. Hernández-Anzaldo, A.K. Girón Moreno, Y. Reyes-Ortega, W.E. Antholine

220. Interplay of folding, reduction potential, and tryptophan fluorescence in azurin variants. N.J. McCormick, A. Cembran, S.M. Berry

221. Oxidation of phenols by redox-active copper complexes with tunable hydrogen bonding donor groups. K. Rajabimoghadam, I. Garcia- Bosch

222. Metal oximate and amidoximate complexes for the catalytic cleavage of carboxylic and phosphate esters. E. Alpízar- Juárez, P. Gomez-Tagle

223. Diastereomeric suite of triscatecholate siderophores: Origin and physiological relevance of Fe(III)-complex chirality. P. Stow, Z. Reitz, E. Thomsen, A. Butler

224. Reactive intermediates in multicopper oxidase catalysis. J. Shin, J.R. Winkler, H.B. Gray

225. Combined molecular dynamics and quantum mechanical/molecular mechanical

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Bioinorganic Chemistry

S. A. Koch, Organizer 5:30 – 7:30 Presiding

8:30 Introductory Remarks. 8:35 244. Gold (I) anticancer agents: Building blocks for the synthesis of bimetallic compounds, bioconjugates and nanocarrier payloads. Preclinical studies. M. Contel

9:05 245. Nanoparticles and polymer-based nanozymes: Harnessing the power of transition metal catalysis for bioorthogonal chemistry. V.M. Rotello

9:35 246. Iridium luminescent gold nanoparticles in bioimaging and detection. S. King, S. Claire, I. Theofilou, T. Chauhan, R. Bicknell, S. Botchway, P. Murray, Z. Pikramenou 10:05 Intermission.

10:20 247. Radiometal-based radiopharmaceuticals for cancer imaging. J. Lewis

10:50 248. Metallo-supramolecular DNA and RNA recognition combined with nanoscience to achieve bioactivity. M.J. Hannon

11:20 249. Unveiling the beauty of gold for biomedical applications: From molecular to supramolecular inorganic chemistry. A. Casini

11:50 Concluding Remarks. Section D

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Inorganic Chemistry for Sustainable Energy & Environment

L. A. Berben, Organizer C. P. Kubiak, Presiding

8:30 250. Fractionation of biomass and upgrading of lignin and cellulose streams. M.M. Abu- Omar, J. Truong, R. Nishide, B. Liu, S. Zhao

9:00 251. Approaches to the synthesis of weak chemical bonds and application to the synthesis and oxidation of ammonia. P.J. Chirik 9:30 252. Molecular control of interfacial energy catalysis. M. Jackson, C.J. Kaminsky, S. Oh, M. Pegis, J. Rosenberg, P. Smith, Y. Surendranath

10:00 Intermission.

10:20 253. Nitrate-mediated photooxidation of alcohols on CdS nanowires. B.M. Bartlett

10:50 254. Managing reactivity of hydrides in CO2 reduction to formate. L.A. Berben

11:20 255. Carbon dioxide mineralization: Strategy for the provision of building materials, and for carbon management globally. G.N. Sant, E. Callagon La Plante, D. Jassby, M. Bauchy, D. Simonetti

Section E

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Emerging Research in Molecular Synthesis

A. C. Brewer, J. M. Hoover, V. A. Schmidt, J. Y. Yang, Organizers M. Dai, C. Roberts, Presiding

8:30 256. Nickel-catalyzed stereospecific cross-coupling and cross-electrophile coupling reactions. E.R. Jarvo

9:00 257. Understanding the mechanism of nickel catalyzed cross-coupling and cross- electrophile coupling reactions. N. Hazari

9:30 258. Using first row transition metals for challenging bond breaking and forming reactions. C. Roberts, M.S. Sanford

10:00 Intermission.

10:15 259. Building structural complexity via novel palladium- catalyzed carbonylative reactions. M. Dai

10:45 260. Novel pyridine- modified 12-membered pyridinophane ligands control iron catalyzed C-C coupling reactivity. K.N. Green, M. Mekhail, A. Yepremyan

Section F

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Electrochemistry

N. S. Radu, Organizer J. C. Goeltz, J. A. Maurer, Presiding

8:30 261. Unique interfacial thermodynamics of few-layer 2D MoS2 for (photo)electrochemical catalysis. M. Carroll

8:50 262. Mechanism of copper dissolution by nitric acid: Unraveling a century of hypotheses. R. Carlson, P. Yang, S.M. Clegg, E.R. Batista

9:10 263. Core-shell structured zero-valent manganese (ZVM)- sulfur nanohybrid materials for superior performance supercapacitor. K. Jena, S. Al Hassan

9:30 264. Immobilization of a molecular proton reduction catalyst onto high-surface area silicon photoelectrodes. C. Hanna, N.R. Neale, J.Y. Yang

9:50 265. Proton-coupled and proton-independent redox active deep eutectic solvents. J.C. Goeltz 10:10 266. High voltage redox flow batteries: Shattering the kinetic stability window of aqueous electrolyte. M.P. Marshak, B.H. Robb, J.M. Farrell

10:30 267. In situ nanostructuring and stabilization of polycrystalline copper electrodes with organic salt additives promotes CO2 reduction to ethylene. A. Thevenon, A. Rosas-Hernández, J. Peters, T. Agapie

10:50 268. Effects of solution pH and film thickness on electrocatalytic CO2 reduction activity by polymer encapsulated cobalt phthalocyanine. T. Soucy, C.C. McCrory

11:10 269. Electrodeposition of refractory metals from deep eutectic solvents. J.A. Maurer

11:30 270. Fine tuning HER and CO2RR reaction dynamics via co- substrate addition to Fe tetraphenyl porphyrin. C.G. Margarit, C. Costentin, D.G. Nocera

11:50 271. Electrochemical and electrocatalytic analysis of Ru(II) complexes with redox-active S2N2 ligands: Applications towards CO2 reduction. J.A. Luna, K.D. Spielvogel, S.M. Loria, F.B. Evans, L.P. Weisburn, G. Durgaprasad, J.M. Keith, M.R. Ringenberg, S.K. Shaw, S.R. Daly

Section G

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Organometallic Chemistry: Catalysis – Late Transition Metals

N. S. Radu, Organizer

8:30 272. Proton coupled electron transfer by a gold(III)-hydroxide complex. M. Lovisari, A. McDonald

8:50 273. Nickel-mediated activation of N-H and O-H bonds. P. Zhao, S. Acharya, R.S. Manan 9:10 274. Nickel-catalyzed cross- electrophile coupling reaction of mesylates for cyclopropane synthesis. T.A. Thane, A. Sanford, T. McGinnis, E.R. Jarvo

9:30 275. Robust and efficient iridium catalysts having pyridylpyrazole ligands for dehydrogenation of formic acid. Y. Himeda, N. Onishi, R. Kanega, E. Fujita

9:50 276. New catalytic route to dehydrogenate alkanes by PCP- pincer iridium complexes using proton and electron acceptors. A. Shada, A.S. Goldman

10:10 277. Alkyne hydroarylations catalyzed by low-valent, co complexes: Mechanism and catalysis. B.A. Suslick, T. Tilley 10:30 278. Olefin hydroarylation catalyzed by palladium(II) catalysts: Investigation of the reaction selectivity and comparison with Rh catalysts. X. Jia, A. Foley, W. Zhu, B.A. Vaughan, B.A. McKeown, T.B. Gunnoe

10:50 279. Chemical innovation at heraeus precious metals: Case studies of process and performance improvements from product development. P.B. Kettler, R. Walter, P. Walter, M. Gock

11:10 280. Observation of a photogenerated nitrenoid intermediates in C–H amination. D.C. Powers

11:30 281. Environmentally friendly rhodium(I) model catalysts. Z.G. Morerwa, A. Roodt, G.J. Venter

Section H

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Cardiff

Coordination Chemistry: Synthesis & Characterization

A. Larsen, Organizer J. England, K. V. Waynant, Presiding

8:30 282. Bio-inspired approach to ligand design: Folding single-chain peptoids to chelate a multimetallic cluster. A.I. Nguyen, R.K. Spencer, R.N. Zuckermann

8:50 283. Structure study of uranyl bisphosphonate-based ligands as potential uranium decorporation agents. G. Ye

9:10 284. Electron transfer studies of tris(N-arylacetamide) metal complexes. A.F. Cannella, D.C. Lacy

9:30 285. Building a better understanding of binding in redox- active arylazothioformamide ligand systems. K.V. Waynant, J. Moberly, M.F. Roll, K.L. Gutman, V. Groner

9:50 286. Tetranuclear transition metal clusters with direct metal- metal interactions: Synthesis, electronic structure, and magnetism. K. Chakarawet, J. Marbey, S. Hill, J.R. Long

10:10 Intermission.

10:15 287. Carbodicarbene ligand redox noninnocence in highly oxidized first-row transition metal complexes. J. England

10:35 288. Synthesis and characterization of homobimetallic redox-active macrocycle transition metal complexes with increasing pocket size. L.M. Thierer, P. Cui, S. Brooks, Q. Wang, S. Zhang, M. Gau, B. Manor, P. Carroll, N.C. Tomson

10:55 289. Tuning properties of coordination cages via ligand functionalization. G.A. Taggart

11:15 290. Linear cobalt(II) dialkyl complex with a non-Aufbau ground state and very large magnetic anisotropy. P. Bunting, M. Atanasov, E. Damgaard-Møller, M. Perfetti, I. Crassee, M. Orlita, J. Overgaard, J. van Slageren, F. Neese, J.R. Long

11:35 291. Spectroscopic and photochemical investigations of a thiolate-bridged dinuclear Rh(II,II) complex featuring reversible redox events. R.P. Coll, B.S. Dolinar, K.R. Dunbar

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MONDAY AFTERNOON

Section A

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ACS Award in Pure Chemistry: Symposium in Honor of Danna Freedman

H. Karunadasa, J. Zadrozny, Organizers, Presiding

1:30 Introductory Remarks.

1:35 292. Lanthanide-based single- molecule magnets with high blocking temperatures. C. Gould, P. Bunting, A. Vincent, S. Demir, K.R. McClain, L. Darago, K. Chakarawet, M. Gonzalez, K.R. Meihaus, J. Zadrozny, M. Nippe, J.D. Rinehart, S. Teat, B.G. Harvey, W.J. Evans, J.R. Long 2:00 293. Control of magnetic relaxation via spin bath design. J. Zadrozny

2:25 294. Halide perovskites under pressure. A. Jaffe, Y. Lin, W. Mao, H. Karunadasa

2:50 295. Developing a mild and modular route to chemically modified electrodes for photoelectrochemical cells. C. Hanna, J.Y. Yang

3:15 Intermission.

3:30 296. Tunable metal oxide materials via assembly of [NaP5W30O110]14− . A.M. Schimpf

3:55 297. Making flexible, transparent electronic devices a reality: Organic polymers, heterojunctions, oxides and beyond. T.J. Marks

4:20 298. On the selectivity of the reduction of CO2 on gold electrodes. D.G. Nocera

4:45 Concluding Remarks.

Section B

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Section 9 Learning from Nature: Earth- Abundant Metals for Oxidation Catalysis

S. S. David, T. A. Jackson, Organizers
A. Mukherjee, Organizer, Presiding

1:30 299. New insights into oxidation catalysis with copper. M.T. Kieber-Emmons, D. Ramirez, P. VanNatta, G. Ali, A. Velarde

1:55 300. Geometric and electronic structure contributions to reactivity of Mn–oxygen intermediates. T.A. Jackson, J. Parham, M. Denler

2:20 301. Copper(I)-dioxygen adduct stabilization and substrate oxidative reactivity. K.D. Karlin 2:50 302. Reactivity of an alkyl thiolate-ligated FeIII-superoxo intermediate derived from dioxygen. J. Kovacs, M.N. Blakely, M.A. Dedushko, P. Poon, A. Downing, D. Rogers, P. Gannon 3:20 Intermission.

3:30 303. Going a step beyond nature: Catalyzing aldehyde deformylation with a non- enzymatic metal. C.R. Goldsmith, A.C. Saunders

3:55 304. Intermediates in aromatic hydroxylation catalyzed by a Rieske monooxygenase. M.S. Rogers, J.D. Lipscomb

4:25 305. Differentiating between radical rebound hydroxylation versus H-atom transfer with non- heme iron(III)-hydroxo complexes. A.R. Fout, M.J. Drummond

4:50 306. Site and enantioselective C-H oxidations inspired in nature. M. Milan, M. Scianfanelli, A. Palone, G. Olivo, X. Ribas, M. Bietti, M. Costas

5:20 307. Cu-promoted hydroxylation of sp2 and sp3 C–H bonds: From enzyme modeling to synthetic applications. I. Garcia- Bosch

Section C

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Solana

Inorganic Nanoscience Award Symposium

J. Millstone, Organizer, Presiding

1:30 308. Plasmonic metal oxide nanocrystals. D.J. Milliron 2:15 309. Details of ligands on nanocrystal surfaces. C.J. Murphy

2:45 310. Inverse design of interactions for assembly. T. Truskett

3:15 311. Exploiting interfacial assemblies of nanoparticle surfactants to design reconfigurable materials and devices. B. Helms, W. Feng, J. Forth, T.P. Russell

3:45 Intermission.

4:00 312. Prospects and challenges for unity quantum yield nanocrystal lumophores. P. Alivisatos

4:30 313. Synthesis of multi- component nanocrystals and their application as catalysts to store energy in chemicals. R. Buonsanti

5:00 314. Dopants and defects in colloidal semiconductor nanocrystals. D.R. Gamelin

Section D

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Inorganic Chemistry for Sustainable Energy & Environment

L. A. Berben, Organizer, Presiding

1:30 315. Selective reduction of CO2 to water by molecular catalysts attached to carbon surfaces. C.P. Kubiak, A. Zhanaidarova

2:00 316. Sustainable and renewable carbon and nitrogen cycles for fuel and crop production. D.G. Nocera

2:30 317. Advances and research challenges in chemical and materials research for renewable energy conversion, storage, and utilization. W. Tumas

3:00 Intermission.

3:20 318. Mechanisms for the activation of supported oxometal complexes for olefin metathesis. S.L. Scott, F. Zhang, L. Li, C. Vandervelden, B. Peters

3:50 319. Conductive metal- organic frameworks for electrocatalytic H2 evolution. S.C. Marinescu

4:20 320. Mechanistic studies of technologically-relevant dye- sensitized and cocatalyst- containing photocatalytic materials. J.M. Cardon, W. Gaieck, K. Tkaczibson, N. Farhang, S. Keene, S. Luo, H. Chen, S. Ardo

4:50 321. Controlling the electrocatalytic reduction of O2 to H2O/H2O2 using nontraditional porphyrinoid scaffolds. Q. Cai, J. Eddy, T. Qiu, J. Rosenthal

Section E

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Santa Rosa

Emerging Research in Molecular Synthesis

A. C. Brewer, V. A. Schmidt, J. Y. Yang, Organizers
J. M. Hoover, Organizer, Presiding
I. Tonks, Presiding

1:30 322. Cross-electrophile coupling to form Csp3-Csp2bonds. D.J. Weix

2:00 323. Cross-coupling with three components and in three dimensions. K.M. Engle

2:30 324. Unraveling the mechanism of catalytic decarboxylative coupling reactions. J.M. Hoover

3:00 Intermission.

3:15 325. Complex molecule synthesis via the enantioselective hydroformylation/hydroacylation/al dol sequence. C.R. Landis

3:45 326. Incorporating aryne chemistry into Ti redox catalytic reactions: Ti-catalyzed synthesis of substituted napthalenes via in situ generated arynes. I. Tonks, B. Reiner

4:15 327. Identifying catalysts and reactor conditions for tailored polymer rheology. S.E. Smith, A. Mohan, G. Kiss, J.M. Soulages

Section F

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Marriott Grand Ballroom Section 8

Surface Chemistry & Structure in Ligand Protected Nanoparticles

C. J. Johnson, Organizer
B. Lear, Organizer, Presiding

1:30 Introductory Remarks.

1:35 328. Atomically precise gold nanoclusters: Surface structure and implications. R. Jin

2:20 329. Atomically-precise nanocluster electronic structure and reactivity from atomically- imprecise syntheses. C.J. Johnson, A. Cirri, H. Morales, C. Kmiotek 2:50 Intermission.

3:00 330. Effects of surface structure on the chirality and luminescence of thiolate- and phosphine-stabilized gold nanoclusters. C.M. Aikens

3:45 331. Chemical control over the electronic structure of discrete gold nanoclusters: Effects of composition, ligand, and solvent environment. A. Cirri, H. Morales, C. Kmiotek, C.J. Johnson

4:15 Intermission.

4:25 332. Coherent electronic dynamics in atomically precise nanoclusters. K.L. Knappenberger

Section G

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Point Loma

Charge & Substrate Transport in 3D Electrocatalytic Materials Cosponsored by CATL and ENFL A. Hall, C. C.

McCrory, Organizers
V. Thoi, Organizer, Presiding

1:30 Introductory Remarks.

1:35 333. Designing catalysts for water splitting based on electronic structure considerations. S. Banerjee

2:00 334. How do interactions between protic cations and polarized bismuth cathodes control the pathway of CO2 reduction?. J. Rosenthal

2:25 335. Accessing 3-D in transition-metal phosphide catalysts for water splitting: Challenges and opportunities. C. Acquah, S. Mutinda, R. Liyanage, D. Li, S.L. Brock

2:50 336. Modulating electrode- electrolyte interfaces for energy conversion reactions. V. Thoi

3:15 Intermission.

3:30 337. Water electrolysis on metal oxides for energy conversion: Materials and mechanisms. P. Strasser

3:55 338. Interfacing metals and compounds for enhancing hydrogen electrochemistry. Y. Sun 4:20 339. Tailoring the surface of metal nanoparticles for selective electrocatalysis. C.W. Li

Section H

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Cardiff

Lanthanide & Actinide Chemistry

A. De Bettencourt Dias, Organizer K. Carter, D. Mills, Presiding

1:30 340. Electronic structures of bent, formally two-coordinate lanthanide(III) cations. H. Nicholas, M. Vonci, C. Goodwin, S. Loo, S. Murphy, D. Cassim, R.E. Winpenny, E. McInnes, N. Chilton, D. Mills

1:50 341. New insights into solid-phase transformations in the uranyl peroxide system. T.L. Spano, A. Miskowiec, J.L. Niedziela, M.W. Ambrogio, B.B. Anderson

2:10 342. Uncovering unprecedented uranium species: From water-stable uranyl(V) to U(IV) POM clusters. R. Faizova, L. Chatelain, R. Scopelliti, M. Mazzanti

2:30 343. Guest-dependent single- crystal-to-single-crystal phase transitions in a two-dimensional uranyl-based metal–organic framework. S. Hanna, X. Zhang, K. Otake, R.J. Drout, P. Li, T. Islamoglu, O.K. Farha

2:50 344. Synthesis of an unusual square planar Th(III) complex. D.N. Huh, J.W. Ziller, W.J. Evans 3:10 Intermission.

3:20 345. Interactions of unsaturated hydrocarbon ligands with low valent uranium centers. J.M. Boncella, A.M. Tondreau, B.S. Billow

3:40 346. Tuning reactivity of nitride bridged uranium complexes with amide and siloxide ligands. C.T. Palumbo, L. Barluzzi, R. Scopelliti, M. Mazzanti

4:00 347. Reactivity of uranyl triperoxide monomers. A. Arteaga, N. Martin, L.N. Zakharov, M.D. Nyman

4:20 348. Structural chemistry of uranium(IV)-furoate complexes. N.A. Vanagas, K.E. Knope

4:40 349. Organometallic chemistry of lanthanides: Oxidation states in trompe l’oeil and magnetic sandwiches. G. Nocton

5:00 350. Condensed and gas phase coordination chemistry of bioinspired chelators with early actinides. K. Carter, J. Jian, M. Pyrch, T. Forbes, W. Dejong, J.K. Gibson, R.J. Abergel

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TUESDAY MORNING

Section A

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Marina Ballroom Salon F

ACS Award in Pure Chemistry: Symposium in Honor of Danna Freedman
Cosponsored by PHYS

H. Karunadasa, J. Zadrozny, Organizers, Presiding

8:30 Introductory Remarks.

8:35 351. Applications of coordination chemistry principles to molecular magnetism. K.R. Dunbar

9:00 352. Giant spins as magnetic nodes and building blocks. T. Betley

9:25 353. Rationalizing the magnetism of multinuclear single- molecule magnets containing strong single-ion sources of anisotropy through the use of the anisotropic building unit [ErCOT]+(COT2– = 1,3,5,7- cyclooctatetraenide dianion). J.D. Rinehart, J. Hilgar, M.G. Bernbeck, A.K. Butts

9:50 354. Quantum magnetism enabled by chemistry: From quantum spin liquids to topological spin waves. Y. Lee

10:15 Intermission.

10:30 355. Let’s get together! Making bonds between small molecules at multimetallic centers. L.J. Murray

10:55 356. Quantum sensing using diamond color centers. H. Park

11:20 357. Award Address (ACS Award in Pure Chemistry sponsored by the Alpha Chi Sigma Fraternity and the Alpha Chi Sigma Educational Foundation): Approaching challenges in physics

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Section A

with inorganic chemistry. D.E. Freedman, M.J. Amdur, K. Collins, S. Coste, M. Fataftah, R.A. Klein, D. Laorenza, T. Pearson, S. Petry, A. Tamerius, C. Yu, A. Altman, L. Sun, J.P. Walsh, J. Zadrozny, M. Graham, S. Clarke

Section B

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Solana

Chemistry of Materials: Nanomaterials
C. G. Lugmair, Organizer
E. A. Hernandez-Pagan, M. A. Mahmoud, Presiding

8:30 358. Single-component quasicrystalline nanocrystal superlattices by the flexible polygon tiling rule. Y. Nagaoka, O. Chen, H. Zhu

8:50 359. Synthesis of ZnS quantum dots: Towards shelling and heterostructures. E. Bennett, J.S. Owen

9:10 360. Correlated series of Au/Ag nanoclusters revealing the evolutionary patterns of asymmetric Ag doping. Y. Li

9:30 361. Size-controllable and uniform gold bumpy nanocubes for single-particle-level surface enhanced Raman scattering sensitivity. Y. Lee, K. Nam

9:50 362. Modulation of tungsten precursor reactivity for control over size and phase of WSe2 nanocrystals. J.Q. Geisenhoff, A.M. Schimpf

10:10 Intermission.

10:25 363. Expanding colloidal hybrid nanoparticles to metal phosphide systems. E.A. Hernandez-Pagan, R.E. Schaak

10:45 364. Photoreduction of iron oxide nanocrystals. H. Jung, B. Zhou, A.M. Schimpf

11:05 365. Asymmetric deposition of platinum atoms on gold nanorods induced by a substrate for synthesis of anisotropic bimetallic nanostructures. M.A. Mahmoud

11:25 366. Triplet exciton transfer in PbS/CdS core-shell quantum dots with surface-appended chromophores. C.M. Papa, S. Garakyaraghi, F.N. Castellano

Section C Marriott Marquis San Diego

Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon D

Chemistry of Material Lectureship & Best Paper Award

J. M. Buriak, A. De Bettencourt Dias, C. Toro, Organizers, Presiding

8:30 Introductory Remarks. 8:35 367. Functional properties from molecular dynamics in hybrid perovskite halides. E. Mozur, I.W. Oswald, A. Koegel, A. Maughan, J.R. Neilson

9:10 368. Competing interactions: Octahedral tilting, organic- inorganic coupling, and charge transport in vacancy-ordered double perovskites. A. Maughan, A. Ganose, A.M. Candia, J. Granger, D.O. Scanlon, J.R. Neilson

9:45 369. Atomic pair distribution function (PDF) analysis of nanostructured and disordered materials. S. Billinge

10:10 Intermission.

10:20 370. Tuning the bandgaps of halide double perovskites. A. Slavney, B. Connor, L. Leppert, J. Neaton, H. Karunadasa

10:45 371. Defect and carrier transport properties of emerging bismuth based photovoltaics. A. Ganose

11:10 372. Structural complexities in solids: Understanding functionality through local distortions in perovskite and pyrochlore materials. G. Laurita

11:35 373. Key structural and chemical features of defect-tolerant semiconductors. P. Gorai

Section D

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Marriott Grand Ballroom Section 9

Inorganic Chemistry for Sustainable Energy & Environment

L. A. Berben, Organizer S. C. Marinescu, Presiding

8:30 374. Strategies to enhance electrochemical ammonia production on the surfaces of non- noble metal electrocatalysts. Y. Jang, K. Choi

9:00 375. CO2 as a trigger for controlling the properties of surfaces and coatings. P.G. Jessop, M.F. Cunningham

9:30 376. Developing alternatives to oil as feedstocks for our chemicals and liquid fuels. K.I. Goldberg

10:00 Intermission. 10:20 377. Metal-organic frameworks in light harvesting and energy transfer. A.J. Morris, P. Usov, S. Shaikh

10:50 378. Renewable methane from green energy and CO2: Commercial-scale solution to decarbonize our planet with biological methanation. M.B. Hein

Section E

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Santa Rosa

Emerging Research in Molecular Synthesis

A. C. Brewer, J. M. Hoover, J. Y. Yang, Organizers
V. A. Schmidt, Organizer, Presiding
M. Emmert, Presiding

8:30 379. Beyond static DFT calculations for organometallic reactions in catalysis. D.H. Ess

9:00 380. Cu-catalyzed MLCT enabled photocycloadditions of non-conjugated pi-systems. V.A. Schmidt

9:30 381. Development of the copper-catalyzed carboamination reaction. K.L. Hull

10:00 Intermission.

10:15 382. Developing data-driven reaction analysis tools for reaction optimization and interrogation. M.S. Sigman

10:45 383. Mechanistic insights into Fe catalyzed late-stage functionalization of amine C-H bonds. M. Emmert, C.J. Legacy, M. Frenette, F. Greenaway

11:15 384. Catalyst development for the decarboxylative functionalization of (hetero)arenes. J.J. Topczewski, R. Daley, E. Liu

Section F

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Marriott Grand Ballroom Section 8 Surface Chemistry & Structure in Ligand Protected Nanoparticles

C. J. Johnson, B. Lear, Organizers A. Cirri, Presiding

8:30 385. How many organic molecules are there on gold nanocrystals? Results from both imaging and NMR. C.J. Murphy

9:15 386. Visualizing dynamic reorganization of surface-bound ligands on gold nanorods. K.A. Willets

10:00 Intermission.

10:10 387. Ligand control of the electronic structure near the Fermi energy in metallic nanoparticles. B.J. Lear

10:40 388. Elucidating the role of ligand functionality in phosphine- protected gold clusters using mass spectrometry. G.E. Johnson, J. Laskin, H. Hernandez

11:10 Intermission.

11:20 389. Dimensionality in surface functionalization. D.P. Goronzy, T. Base, K.N. Houk, P.S. Weiss

Section G

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon G

Charge & Substrate Transport in 3D Electrocatalytic Materials
Cosponsored by CATL and ENFL A. Hall, V. Thoi, Organizers
C. C. McCrory, Organizer, Presiding

8:30 390. Using polymer encapsulation to influence the mechanism, activity, and selectivity of electrocatalytic CO2 reduction by molecular catalysts. C.C. McCrory

8:55 391. Developing materials to promote substrate channeling of intermediates in electrocatalytic cascades. S.D. Minteer

9:20 392. Ultrathin oxide overlayers for tunable electrocatalysis. D. Esposito

9:45 393. Exploiting transport limitations to enhance CO2-to-fuels selectivity. A. Wuttig, Y. Yoon, M. Schreier, S. Hall, Y. Surendranath 10:10 Intermission.

10:25 394. Making porous MOFs electrically conductive. J.T. Hupp, S. Goswami

10:50 395. Bridging homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis with pincerMOFs. C.R. Wade, A. Kassie, B. Reiner

11:15 396. Redox hopping electron and ion transport in metal-organic framework materials. A.J. Morris, P. Celis Salazar, M. Cai

Section H Marriott Marquis San Diego
Marina Cardiff

Inorganic Catalysts

S. A. Koch, Organizer

8:30 397. Development of molecular electrocatalyst for CO2 reduction based on polypyridyl and nitrogen-based macrocyclic ligands. L. Lieske, A.L. Rheingold, C.W. Machan

8:50 398. Electrocatalytic reduction of dioxygen to hydrogen peroxide by a molecular manganese complex with a bipyridine-containing Schiff base ligand. S.L. Hooe, A.L. Rheingold, C.W. Machan, D. Dickie

9:10 399. Effect of s-block metal ion on redox properties of Mn(V) salen-crown ether complexes: Methane activation. A. Najafian, T. Cundari

9:30 400. Synthetic [2Fe2S] biomimietics in metallopolymers as hydrogen evolution electrocatalysts. K. Clary, M. Karayilan, R.S. Glass, J. Pyun, D.L. Lichtenberger

9:50 401. Systematic study of proton-coupled electron transfer in tris(triazolyl)borate mid-late 3d, 4d–transition metals complexes: Computational study. A. Nazemi, T.R. Cundari

10:10 402. Turning off hydrogen evolution: Effects of secondary sphere electrostatic interactions on catalyst product selectivity. J. Barlow, J.Y. Yang

10:30 Intermission.

10:40 403. Ionic strength of large polyions. D.L. Collins-Wildman, Y.V. Geletii, C.L. Hill

11:00 404. Pincer supported iron complexes for dinitrogen activation. A.M. Lugosan, D. Dickie, M. Zeller, W. Lee

11:20 405. Mechanism of photoreduction of CO2 to CH4 with iron-porphyrin catalyst. L. Dang, Z. Lu

11:40 406. Pd Single atom catalyst for small molecule transformations under practical conditions. G. Ding, Q. Zhang

12:00 407. Weaker interaction between second sphere and proton donor leads to increased selectivity and activity in Fe(III) Schiff base complexes for CO2 reduction to formate. A. Nichols, S. Hooe, C.W. Machan

12:20 408. Electrocatalysis with Ni(P2N2)2 complexes attached to the electrode through the phosphine moiety. F.M. Brunner, C.P. Kubiak

Future Insights into Syngas Conversion Catalysis: Symposium in honor of Burtron H. Davis
Sponsored by CATL, Cosponsored by ENFL, ENVR, INOR and PHYS
Advances in Catalysis with Ceria & Other Reducible Oxides Reactions and Other Metal Oxides
Sponsored by CATL, Cosponsored by ENFL, ENVR, INOR and PHYS

TUESDAY AFTERNOON

Section A

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon F Chemistry of Materials: Synthesis & Properties

C. G. Lugmair, Organizer K. R. Kittilstved, C. E. Knapp, Presiding

1:30 409. Phenylalanine-based metallo-hydrogels with photo- switchable arylazopyrazole ligands. K.Y. Ghebreyessus, A. Sallee

1:50 410. Synthesis and optoelectronic properties of complex metal oxide A2M2O7 nanoparticles. Y. Mao

2:10 411. Trigonal bisdithiazolyl radicals as building blocks towards three-dimensional magnetic exchange networks. N.J. Yutronkie, D. Bates, P. Dube, S. Winter, C.M. Robertson, R.T. Oakley, J. Brusso

2:30 412. Revealing the speciation of dopant ions in metal thiophenolate clusters. F. Kato, K.R. Kittilstved

2:50 413. From molecules to materials: Effect of precursor design on functional device synthesis. C.E. Knapp, H.R. Tinker, Y. Zhou, M.A. Bhide, S.P. Douglas, K.L. Mears

3:10 Intermission.

3:25 414. Tunable cyclic Si-N hybrid materials. C.P. Folster, P.N. Nguyen, M.A. Siegler, R.S. Klausen

3:45 415. Tunable optical and magnetic properties in redox- switchable all-inorganic polyoxometalate frameworks. C. Lemmon, A.M. Schimpf

4:05 416. Tunable polyoxometalate-based frameworks: Synthesis, structural characterization, and modulation of optical and electronic properties. L. Chen, M. Turo, K. San, J. Wang, M. Gembicky, A.M. Schimpf

4:25 417. Synthesis of high-quality, single-crystalline polyoxovanadate- based frameworks. K.A. San, A.M. Schimpf

4:45 418. Sustainable synthesis of high purity silicon carbide with carbon fiber production residual and a sandstone. K. Sun, X. He, T. Wang, W. Lu, M. Fan

5:05 419. Electrochemically switchable zwitterionic metal- organic frameworks. J. Varghese, F. Dix, K. Duell, D. Aulakh, M. Ciobanu, M. Wriedt

Section B Marriott Marquis San Diego

Marina Solana

Learning from Nature: Earth- Abundant Metals for Oxidation Catalysis

T. A. Jackson, A.
Mukherjee, Organizers
S. S. David, Organizer, Presiding

1:30 420. Gas phase tackling of the oxo-wall. J. Roithova

2:00 421. Oxidation of hydrocarbons by high-valent metal- halide complexes. A.R. McDonald 2:25 422. Small molecule activation at transition metal centers: Structure-function correlations. K. Ray

2:50 Intermission.

3:00 423. Scope and mechanism of C-H bond activation by bio- inspired copper complexes and peroxides. A. Mukherjee, N. Singh, N. Botcha

3:25 424. Spectroscopic investigations of metal binding and oxygen activation in the heterobimetallic Mn/Fe R2lox proteins. H.S. Shafaat, E. Miller, C. Ghosh, J.M. Hazel, Z.R. Smith, N. Trivelas

3:50 425. Proton-coupled electron transfer mechanisms in copper- oxygen chemistry. W.B. Tolman 4:20 426. Adventures in exploring the high-valent nonheme iron-oxo landscape. L. Que

Section C

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon D Chemistry of Materials: Metal Organic Frameworks

C. G. Lugmair, Organizer B. R. Barnett, D. C. Powers, Presiding

1:30 427. Influence of metal substitution on the pressure- induced phase change in flexible zeolitic imidazolate frameworks. C. McGuirk

1:50 428. Structural control of metal-organic framework bearing N-heterocyclic carbene precusor and immobilization of NHC-metal complexes. H. Kim, E. Lee

2:10 429. De novo synthesis of homo and heterometallic titanium organic frameworks with high- throughput methodologies. J. Castells-Gil, N. Padial, N. Almora- Barrios, C. Marti-Gastaldo

2:30 430. Particle size and defect control in nanoparticulate UiO-66 via modulator-free synthetic conditions. G.E. Decker, Z. Stillman, C.A. Fromen, E.D. Bloch

2:50 431. Responsive metal- organic frameworks incorporating redox-active Mo2(INA)4 molecular building units. F.J. Claire, M.A. Solomos, T. Kempa

3:10 Intermission.

3:25 432. Ultrathin films of layered coordination polymers: Charge transport and spin crossover at the nanoscale. V. Rubio-Giménez, G. Escorcia-Ariza, N. Almora-Barrios, M. Galbiati, C. Bartual-Murgui, S. Tatay, C. Marti-Gastaldo

3:45 433. Probing substrate diffusion in interstitial MOF chemistry with kinetic isotope effects. D.C. Powers

4:05 434. Leveraging π-basicity in metal–organic frameworks for ambient temperature hydrogen storage: Structural, thermodynamic and kinetic insights. B.R. Barnett, J.R. Long

4:25 435. Fabrication and characterization of a defect-free mixed matrix membrane by facile mixing PPSU with ZIF-8 core– shell microspheres for solvent- resistant nanofiltration. J. Dai, S. Li, L. Wang, J. Lei

4:45 436. Harnessing metal-metal interactions in metal organic framework based catalysts. S. Desai, J. Ye, T. Webber, T. Islamoglu, O.K. Farha, D.G. Truhlar, R. Penn, C.C. Lu

Section D

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Marriott Grand Ballroom Section 9

Emerging Research in Molecular Synthesis

A. C. Brewer, J. M. Hoover, J. Y. Yang, Organizers
V. A. Schmidt, Organizer, Presiding

1:30 437. Carbenes as powerful transition metal surrogates. G. Bertrand

2:00 438. Accessing ambiphilic phosphine boronates by phosphine- directed C–H borylation. T.B. Clark, S.E. Wright, S. Richardson- Solorzano, K.C. Morris, W. Schumacher, T.N. Stewart

2:30 439. Manipulation of main group element fragments with transition metal isocyanides. J.S. Figueroa

3:00 Intermission.

3:15 440. Playing with charges: Electrostatically tethered reactive ion pairs. V. Lavallo

3:45 441. Main group-mediated olefin functionalization reactions. A.E. Wendlandt

Section E

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Santa Rosa

Surface Chemistry & Structure in Ligand Protected Nanoparticles

B. Lear, Organizer
C. J. Johnson, Organizer, Presiding

1:30 442. Synthetic and postsynthetic chemistry of silver monolayer-protected clusters. T.P. Bigioni

2:00 443. Switchable surfactants for the preparation of monodisperse nanoparticles. S.R. Saunders, K. Bryant

2:30 444. Laser synthesis and spectroscopy of ligand-coated nanoclusters and nanomaterials. M.A. Duncan

3:00 Intermission.

3:10 445. Precise synthesis of platinum and alloy clusters and elucidation of their structures. Y. Negishi

3:55 446. Monitoring nanoparticle- driven chemistry with ultrafast surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy. R.R. Frontiera

4:40 Intermission.

4:50 447. Surface chemistry and image dipoles in PbS quantum dots during resonant relaxation of excited intraband states. J.B. Asbury

5:20 Concluding Remarks.

Section F

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Marriott Grand Ballroom Section 8

Charge & Substrate Transport in 3D Electrocatalytic Materials

Cosponsored by CATL and ENFL C. C. McCrory, V.
Thoi, Organizers
A. Hall, Organizer, Presiding

1:30 448. Enhancing the real-time detection of phase changes in lithium–graphite intercalated compounds through derivative operando (dOp) NMR cyclic voltammetry. A. Co, J. Lorie Lopez, P. Grandinetti

1:55 449. Accessing catalytically active ordered intermetallics electrochemically driven non- equilibrium phase transformations. A. Hall

2:20 450. Bicarbonate electroreduction in a flow cell. C.P. Berlinguette

2:45 451. Control over H+/OH– recombination in bipolar ion- exchange membranes enables extremely low overpotential reactivity for water dissociation or efficient light-driven ion pumping. W. White, R. Kautz, L. Schulte, S. Luo, R. Bhide, J. Glancy, L. Renna, S. Ardo

3:10 Intermission. 3:25 452. 3D design in electrocatalysis. N. Becknell, P. Papa Lopes, D. Jung, D. Strmcnik, N. Markovic, V. Stamenkovic

3:50 453. Understanding lithium- mediated ammonia synthesis. K. Manthiram, N. Lazouski, Z. Schiffer, K. Williams

4:15 454. Assembly of Au nanoparticles on Cu nanowires to tune CO2 reduction product from CO, C2H4 to CH3CHO. S. Sun

Section G

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Marina Ballroom Salon G Coordination Chemistry: Characterization & Applications

A. Larsen, Organizer F. N. Castellano, C. J. Stein, Presiding

1:30 455. Photochemical upconversion with metal-to-ligand charge transfer sensitizers. F.N. Castellano

1:50 456. Water-soluble lanthanide (Eu, TB, Sm) bioprobes combining a pyclen or TACN framework and conjugated antennas for two- photon imaging. J. Shaya, N. Hamon, R. Tripier, O. Maury

2:10 457. Investigation of AlCl3- XCl (X = Cu, Ag) solutions in aromatics by 27Al NMR spectroscopy. W. Luo, Z. Liu, X. Meng, R. Zhang, H. Liu, C. Xu

2:30 458. Mimicking thiol gold nanoparticles with atomically- precise tunable organometallic equivalents. J. Stauber, E.A. Qian, J. Logan, D. Fujita, Y. Han, P. Kral, A.M. Spokoyny

2:50 459. Indium(III)complex of N, N’-bis(salicylidene) ethylenediamine as chemo-sensor for selective recognition of HSO4- and hemolytic toxicity (red blood cells) studies. T. Pandiyan, C.A. Huerta-Aguilar, S. Huerta-Jose

3:10 Intermission.

3:30 460. Copper-benzoquinoid coordination polymer as electrode material for lithium-ion batteries. C. Chang, T. Chen

3:50 461. Synthesis and reactivity of cobalt N-heterocyclic phosphenium/phosphido complexes. A. Poitras, C.M. Thomas

4:10 462. Orbital entanglement analysis of exchange-coupled transition-metal complexes. C.J. Stein, V. Krewald, D.A. Pantazis

Section H

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Organometallic Chemistry: Synthesis & Characterization: Late Transition Metals

N. S. Radu, Organizer

1:30 463. Introducing the +1 oxidation state for derivatized 3d metallocene monoanions. C. Goodwin, M. Vonci, H. Nicholas, S. Greer, N. Chilton, D. Mills

1:50 464. Extrusion of dicobalt silicide cores via activation of all bonds at RSiH3 (R = H, Ph) by [(tris-Phosphinoborate)CoI]–. R.C. Handford, P. Smith, T. Tilley

2:10 465. Synthesis and reactivity of a rare Ni(I) methyl complex. R. Witzke, T. Tilley

2:30 466. Synthesis and characterization and reactivity of nickel(II)-calix[n]arene (n=4-6) complexes. J.A. Carter, B.A. Martinez Ortega

2:50 467. Formation of a Ni-C four-membered metallacycle and its reactivity toward X-Y bond activation. X. Xing, N.C. Tomson

3:10 468. Synthesis of cyclic (amino)(aryl)carbene copper(I) complexes. J. Lorkowski, U. Radius, C. Pietraszuk

3:30 469. Designing N-heterocycle functionalized phosphinoferrocene ligands. A. Sarbajna, B.E. Silva, A.L. Rheingold, D. Grotjahn

3:50 470. Coorindation of diatomic boron monofluoride to iron. M.J. Drance, J.S. Figueroa

4:10 471. Structure and Reactivity of Group IX Three-Coordinate Monoanions. M.L. Neville, C. Chan, J.S. Figueroa

4:30 472. Low valent cobalt isocyanides: Exploration of cobalt phosphide cluster building blocks. C. Chan, J.S. Figueroa

4:50 473. Readily accessible cyclic (alkyl)(amino)carbenes (CAACs). L.C. Oliveira, R. Jazzar, G. Bertrand

5:10 474. Synthesis and reactivity of a well-defined mixed-valent copper (0)/(I) nanocluster. J.L. Peltier, R.F. Jazzar, G. Bertrand

Future Insights into Syngas Conversion Catalysis: Symposium in honor of Burtron H. Davis
Sponsored by CATL, Cosponsored by ENFL, ENVR, INOR and PHYS

TUESDAY EVENING

Section A

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Coordination Chemistry: Characterization & Applications

A. Larsen, Organizer

5:30 – 7:30

475. Synthesis, characterization, and antibacterial studies of Fe(III) complex of 3-nitro-N’-((3-hydroxy- 5-(hydroxymethyl)-2- methylpyridin-4-yl) methylene)benzohydrazide. V. Chittireddy

476. Rhenium(I) supramolecular rectangles for ion-sensing applications. S.A. Dhanpat, A. Kumar

477. Ligand-assisted dissolution of gold in organic solvents. E. Heliövaara, M. Räisänen, T. Repo 478. Polypyridine bridged ruthenium dimers as inner-sphere ketone transfer hydrogenation catalysts. C.H. Weeks, E.P. Kelson 479. Electrochemical and spectroelectrochemical studies of electrodes modified with ruthenium nitrosyl complexes. S.B. Ritter, M.J. Shaw

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Coordination Chemistry: Synthesis & Characterization

A. Larsen, Organizer 5:30 – 7:30

480. Some MOFs with substituted biphenyldicarboxylic acid to show novel topologies. X. He, S. Zhang, D. Zhu

481. Preparation of mixed-metal thiocyanate of SnCu(SCN) for opto/electronic applications. C. Wechwithayakhlung, S. Horike, P. Pattanasattayavong

482. Synthesis and characterization of palladium mononuclear complexes with electron donor (N,O) species. C. Jimenez, J. Aviña, R. Guzmán-Mejía, R. Herrera, J. Gonzáles-campos

483. Perfect C3 symmetric sulfate complex with a urea-based hexafunctional synthetic receptor. A. Hossain, B. Portis, C.R. Johnson, M. Emami Khansari, A. Jahan, D.R. Powell

484. Effect of a coordinating pyridine moiety on the SAP and TSAP isomer proportions of bimodal Ln(III) complexes. M. Poveda, Z. Steinberg, O. Evbuomwan

485. Supramolecular architectures and coordination polymers based on metallacrown complexes: Magnetic and sorption properties. A.V. Pavlishchuk, M. Zeller, L. Carella, E. Rentschler, L.K. Thompson, A.W. Addison

486. Synthesis of fluorinated cobalt oxo cubanes: Catalysts for water oxidation. A. Rahman, T. Tilley

487. Synthesis of substituted bipyridylphosphine oxides via palladium(II) cross-coupling: Method development and application to coordination chemistry. T. Grutza, M. Bezpalko, W.S. Kassel

488. Synthesis of lanthanide molybdates via reaction of molybdenum(VI) oxide with aqueous acetate salts. K. Alrashidi 489. Synthesis, characterization, and electrochemistry of a ruthenium saloph nitrosyl complex. K. Shrestha, M.J. Shaw

490. Synthesis and characterization of a series of 5-methoxypyridyl- substituted phosphines and associated metal complexes. L. Warring, W.S. Kassel, M. Bezpalko

491. Synthesis and characterization of tris(2-pyridyl)phosphine oxide (OPPy3) complexes of select lanthanide(III) nitrates with potential application in molecular sensing. C. Cox, M. Bezpalko, W.S. Kassel

492. Anilino-pyridine ligand framework: Steric and electronic effects on the coordination chemistry to late transition metals. M. Bezpalko, W.S. Kassel

493. Systematic study of steric and electronic effects in substituted trispyridylphosphine ligands using molybdenum carbonyl complexes. J. Leonard, M. Bezpalko, W.S. Kassel

Section C

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Environmental & Energy- Related Inorganic Chemistry

S. A. Koch, Organizer

5:30 – 7:30

494. Tetraphenylphosphonium metal halide perovskites synthesis and crystal structures. S.A. Althobaiti

495. Electrocatalytic reduction of carbon dioxide at a 2D rhenium covalent organic framework. M. Rahman

496. Electrocatalytic alcohol oxidation by Co(3-x)MxO4 catalysts. M. Riehs, S.E. Michaud, C.C. McCrory

497. Time dependence of iron- binding compound production in marine microorganisms under competitive growth conditions. J.D. Martin, S. Littlejohn, K. Brown

498. Tin polyesters: Polyimide blends as a dielectric material for energy storage application. A.A. Deshmukh, S. Nasreen, M. Baczkowski, G.M. Treich, M. Tefferi, C. Anastasia, Y. cao, G. Sotzing tunability europium(II)-containing visible-light photocatalysts. R. Barraza, M.J. Allen

506. Lanthanide extraction from fly ash using coordination chemistry. J. Hovey, M. Dardona, T.M. Dittrich, M.J. Allen

507. Slow magnetic relaxation in mono- and multinuclear uranium metallocene complexes. D. Lussier, M. Boreen, K. Chakarawet, J. Arnold, D.K. Shuh, J.R. Long

508. Lanthanide- and Ln doped bismuth- organic complexes: Structural motifs, visible excitation, and luminescence color tuning via dual emission pathways. R.L. Ayscue, C. Verwiel, K.E. Knope

509. F-element Fagan-Nugent coupling chemistry. J.K. Pagano, K.A. Erickson, J.L. Kiplinger

510. Organoactinide complexes of uranium and neptunium. A. Myers, J.R. Walensky

511. Comparative insertion reactivity of small molecules into thorium-nitrogen and thorium- phosphorus bonds. M. Tarlton, J.R. Walensky

512. Functionalization of cyclooctatetraene aimed to improve erbium single molecule magnet behavior. A. Butts

Section D

499. Synthesis and their characteristics of 1,1-disubstituted- 2,5-bis{(trimethylsilyl)ethynyl}- 3,4-diphenyl-siloles. J.W. Lim, Y.T. Park

500. Binary zinc borates and their industrial use. D.M. Schubert, M.B. Jacobs

501. Full-color luminescent dimethylamino-substituted difluoroboron β-diketonate complexes as environment- sensitive probes. F. Wang, S. Chung, C.A. DeRosa, D. Song, C.L. Fraser

502. Antibacterial performance and mechanism of inorganic salt cations. Z. Ding, X. Zhao, Y. Zhang

503. 1,8-Naphthalenediol derived boronic esters and inclusion properties of the 4,4′-bipyridine based Lewis acid–base complexes with different aromatic guest molecules. C. Manankandayalage, C. Krempner

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Main Group Chemistry

T. Hudnall, Organizer 5:30 – 7:30

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Lanthanide & Actinide Chemistry

A. De Bettencourt Dias, Organizer 5:30 – 7:30

504. Synchrotron and electron microscopy microstructural characterization of PuO2. M.A. DeVore, J.L. Venzie, B.A. Powell, L.C. Shuller-Nickles, J. Fortner, M. Newville

505. Understanding the effect of ligand environment on the

Section E

Section F

513. Garlic based two photon nanoprobes for targeted triple- negative breast cancer imaging. S. Begum, A. Pramanik, K. Gates, Y. Gao, P.C. Ray

514. Continuous growth of iron- oxo clusters to iron oxide nanoparticles: Insights on iron oxide nanoparticle formation at the early stage. H. Chang, T. Hyeon

515. Holey graphene noble metal nanoparticle composites via crystalline polymer templated etching. D. White, S. Burkert, S. Hwang, A. Star

516. Microwave-assisted synthesis of Mn-and rare earth ion-doped CsPbX3 (X = Br, Cl) perovskite nanocrystals. K.Y. Ghebreyessus, L. Flagg, U. Hommeric

517. Controlling nanocomposite magnetism through magnetic

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Nanoscience

B. G. Trewyn, Organizer

5:30 – 7:30

orientation within a polymeric matrix. T. Zand

518. Magnetic characterization of iron-doped polydopamine nanoparticles. K.S. Cay, J.D. Rinehart, P.C. Bunting, Y. Xie

519. High-performance superparamagnetic Co-Mn-Zn ferrite nanoparticles for magnetic hyperthermia therapy of cancer. J. Pan, P. Hu, J. Shi, Q. Wu

520. Fe- and Sn-doped titania nanoparticles for metal-ion battery applications. B.D. Fahlman, M.K. Islam

521. Microwave-assisted flow synthesis of titania nanotubes. Y. Luo, M. Calzado Delgado, K. Yeung

522. Investigation of the influence of sonochemical parameters and initial temperature study on (ZnxAgyInz)S2 synthesis mechanism. H. Jung, S. Sul, J. Jung, J. Park

523. Engineering pseudo spin valve magnetoresistance in colloidally prepared nanoparticle films. B. Zhou, J.D. Rinehart

524. Synthesis of barium ferrite nanoparticles for new magnetic materials. K.M. Kirkpatrick, P.C. Bunting, J.D. Rinehart

Section G

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Organometallic Chemistry: New Ligand Platforms

N. S. Radu, Organizer 5:30 – 7:30

525. Dipyridylmethane derivatives as ligands for highly efficient iridium catalyzed sp3 C–H borylation. M.R. Jones, N.D. Schley

526. Synthesis and characterization of terpyridine intermediate and derivatives for metal coordination. M. Moghadasnia

527. Strong magnetic exchange in dinuclear transition metal-Me6tren single-molecule magnets facilitated by a radical bridging ligand. K. Chakarawet, J.R. Long

Section H

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Organometallic Chemistry: Synthesis & Characterization: Late Transition Metals

N. S. Radu, Organizer 5:30 – 7:30

528. Ferrocene-based heteroscorpionate nickel complexes for atom transfer radical polymerization. S. Li, P. Diaconescu

529. Evidence of carbon dioxide insertion into palladium-phenyl complex. K. Zhang, W. Williams, D. Dickie, D.H. Ess, T.B. Gunnoe

530. Use of silyl-calixarene derivative compound as precursor for the synthesis of transition metallo-calixarene complexes. B.M. Olivo, B.A. Martinez Ortega

531. Synthesis, reactivity, and magnetism of carbene-cobalt complexes. A. Mantanona, K.S. Cay, J.D. Rinehart

532. Synthesis, characterization, and photophysical properties of platinum(II) complexes with thiophene and halide ligands. C. Mastrocinque, M. Greenberg, C.M. Anderson, J. Tanski

Section I

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Organometallic Chemistry: Synthesis & Characterization: Early Transition Metals

N. S. Radu, Organizer 5:30 – 7:30

533. Aromatic substituent effects modulate catalytic activity of synthetic [NiFe]-Hydrogenase mimics. C.R. Forbes, L. Gan, N.S. Herringer, T.L. Groy, P. Tarakeshwar, A.K. Jones

534. Tantallafuran supported by a linked cyclopentadienyl-carboranyl ligand: Synthesis and structure. J. Yang, Z. Xie

535. Synthesis and characterization of precursors for the electrochemical deposition of refractory metals out of ionic liquids. C. Egger, R. Reich, O. Schneider, F.E. Kuehn

536. Synthesis and structures of thermolabile organotitanium monoalkyl phosphates: Solvent effect on nuclearity, utility as epoxidation catalysts and single- source molecular precursors for TiP2O7. S. Verma, G. Bhat, R. Murugavel

537. Experimental and computational mechanistic and structural studies on substituted bis(cyclopentadienyl)tantalum(v) trihydrides for hydrocarbon activation. S. Rehbein

Section J

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Solid-State Inorganic Chemistry

C. G. Lugmair, V. Poltavets, Organizers

5:30 – 7:30

538. Establishing the complex crystal chemistry of the coinage metals through synthesis, computation, and data-driven analysis. S. Lotfi, A. Mansouri Tehrani, J. Brgoch

539. Synthesis of ternary metal tetrel-pnictides using arc-melted precursors. G. Akopov, J. Mark, B. McBride, K. Kovnir

540. Tuning the thermoelectric properties of 2D layered GeAs. S. Lee, B. Owens-Baird, K. Kovnir 541. New ternary transition metal selenide Na2MoSe4: Computational and experimental study. E.I. Palos, R.I. Hernández Lima, J. Guerrero Sánchez, G. Alonso Nuñez, A. Reyes Serrato

542. Flexible and hierarchical structured MnO2@ZrO2 nanofibrous membranes with high catalytic performance. X. Zhang, X. Wang, J. Yu, B. Ding

WEDNESDAY MORNING

Section A

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon F

Environmental & Energy- Related Inorganic Chemistry

S. A. Koch, Organizer A. J. Morris, Presiding

8:30 543. Electrocatalytic water oxidation by a trinuclear copper complex. A. Geer, X. Jia, B.A. McKeown, R.J. Nielsen, W.A. Goddard, T.B. Gunnoe

8:50 544. Electrocatalytic CO2 reduction by cobalt nis(pyridylmonoimine) complexes: Effects of ligand structure on catalytic activity. W. Nie, C.C. McCrory

9:10 545. Effects of surface modification of p-type silicon on the photoelectrochemical reduction of CO2 with group VII catalysts. C. Miller, S. Okuno, P. Cheung, C.P. Kubiak

9:30 546. Molecular control over excited-state supramolecular assembly. M. Turlington, L. Troian-Gautier, R. Sampaio, E.E. Beauvilliers, G.J. Meyer

9:50 547. Sustainable simplified process for production of vanadium oxides (V2O5, VO2, and V2O3). H.S. Devi, A. Mishra, M.S. Reza, M. Singh

10:10 Intermission.

10:15 548. Mixed-valency across supramolecular systems: Stabilizing soft interactions with electron delocalization. J.M. Palasz, F.M. Brunner, C.P. Kubiak 10:35 549. Enhancing Si(111) photocathode performance with surface dipoles and surface density of states. M.J. Rose, D. Boucher

10:55 550. Copper-dioxygen chemistry using novel tren-based, tris(phosphinimine) ligands. A. Weberg, N.C. Tomson, S. McCollom

11:15 551. Design and studies of novel iron-based complexes for hydrogen photo-evolution. A. Aydogan, O. Schott, G. Hanan, M. Singleton, B. Elias

11:35 552. Taming a high valent tetra-nickel cluster for PCET of small molecules. S. Jacob, G. Menard

11:55 553. High nuclearity Co/Mn oxo clusters: Potential water oxidation catalysts. P. Mahalay, G. Maayan, K.A. Abboud, G. Christou

Section B

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Bioinorganic Chemistry: Proteins & Enzymes & Model Systems

S. A. Koch, Organizer T. Karabencheva- Christova, Presiding

8:30 554. Structural and spectroscopic insights into the reaction mechanism of carotenoid cleaving oxygenases. P. Kiser, E.R. Farquhar

8:50 555. Spectroscopic insights into the unusually high reactivity of the S = 1 [FeIV(O)(Me3NTB)]2+ complex that shed light on the oxidation mechanism of ferryl complexes. S. Banerjee, W. Rasheed, L. Que

9:10 556. Cu-dependent hydroxylation combined with 6- membered intramolecular cyclization under benign reaction conditions. R. Trammell, I. Garcia-Bosch, A. Cordova, P. Polunin, B. Blackmore

9:30 557. Genomic analysis of siderophore Fe(II)/α-ketoglutarate- dependent Aminoacyl β- Hydroxylases reveals functional subtypes. Z.L. Reitz, A. Butler 9:50 558. Mechanistic investigation of stereoselective olefin cyclopropanation catalyzed by an engineered carbene transferase. A. Tinoco, R. Fasan

10:10 Intermission.

10:30 559. Modeling copper active sites in biology: Synthesis and reactivity of bioinspired mononuclear copper(II) complexes. T. Jones, A. Mukherjee

10:50 560. Solvation dynamics at a surface loop of lipoxygenase and its relationship to catalytic proton- coupled electron transfer. J. Zaragoza, J. Klinman

11:10 561. Insights into the linkage between the catalytic reaction cycle and proton pumping in ba3 cytochrome c oxidase: combining DFT, electrostatics, molecular dynamics, and new X- ray structures. L. Noodleman, W. Han Du, Y. Chen, D. McRee, K. Hartfield, A.W. Goetz, T. Goh, T. Doukov, A. Cohen, V. Cherezov, M. Soltis, P. Padayatti

11:30 562. Selective removal of endogenous CO in vitro and in vivo by aqueous hemoprotein model complexes. H. Kitagishi 11:50 563. Synthesis and characterization of heterobimetallic Fe–O–Mn complexes: Modeling RNR 1c and R2lox. P. Crossland, A. Zhou, L. Que

12:10 564. Insights into non-heme iron and 2-oxglutarate demethylases by QM/MM and MD methods. T. Karabencheva- Christova, S.O. Waheed, R. Rajeev, C. Christov

Section C

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon D

Organometallic Chemistry: Synthesis & Characterization: Early Transition Metals

N. S. Radu, Organizer

8:30 565. Stable ethylene-carbon dioxide group 6 metal complexes. P.J. Perez, M. Alvarez

8:50 566. Tungsten-ligand bond strengths for 2p elements, a DFT and ab initio study. C. Moulder, K. Kafle, T. Cundari

9:10 567. Organomanganese phosphine-phenol(ate) complexes: Coordination chemistry, and catalysis. K. Kadassery, S.N. MacMillan, D.C. Lacy

9:30 568. Synthesis and characterization of mono(oxazoline)-substituted cyclopentadienyl zirconium complexes. Y. Chu, N. Eedugurala, A.D. Sadow

9:50 569. Organometallic complexes of early transition metals supported by bulky acetylacetonate ligands. S.M. Krajewski, M.P. Marshak

Section D

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
San Diego Ballroom Salon C

Chemistry of Materials: Metal Organic Frameworks

C. G. Lugmair, Organizer
E. D. Bloch, J. Rimsza, Presiding

8:30 570. Theoretical study of porphyrin-based MOF structure for storage, separation, and drug delivery applications. R. Belosludov

9:10 571. Gold nanoparticles in the NU-1000 metal organic framework: Structures and O2 activation. R.D. Senanayake, R. Snurr, C.J. Cramer

9:30 572. Hierarchical self- assembly of supramolecular coordination polymers using giant metal-organic nanocapsules as building blocks. C. Zhang, F. Wang, R. Patil, C.L. Barnes, T. Li, J.L. Atwood

9:50 573. Liquid-phase separations of fluoroarenes in metal-organic frameworks. P.J. Milner, M. Gonzalez, J.R. Long

10:10 Intermission.

10:25 574. Gas storage in porous coordination cages. E.D. Bloch

10:45 575. Low-valent coordination networks with m- terphenyl isocyanides based linkers. A. Arroyave

11:05 576. Probing metal–organic framework growth process with competitive nucleation. M.C. Wasson, J. Lyu, T. Islamoglu, O.K. Farha

11:25 577. Acid gas adsorption and structural characterization of RE- DOBDC MOFs via density functional theory. D.J. Vogel, T.M. Nenoff, J. Rimsza

Section E

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Santa Rosa

Chemistry of Materials: Nanomaterials

C. G. Lugmair, Organizer S. Chen, Y. Mao, Presiding

8:30 578. Kinetically controlled sequential seeded growth as a route toward metal dendrimers. J.D. Smith, M.M. Scanlan, S.E. Skrabalak

8:50 579. Tunable library of aminophosphines provides mechanistic insights on InP nanocrystal nucleation and growth. B. McMurtry, J. De Roo, J.K. Teglasi, K. Qian, A. Swarnakar, J.S. Owen

9:10 580. Scalable solid-state synthesis of SnS2/graphene nanostructured hybrids for high performance supercapacitor applications. S. Al Hassan, S. Lonkar, V. Pillai

9:30 581. Synthesis and characterization of nanoscale europium barium titanate (Eu0.5Ba0.5TiO3). N. Farahmand, S. O’Brien, J. Lombardi, F.A. Pearsall, L. Yang, S.J. Billinge, Z. Gai

9:50 582. Crystallinity and size control of colloidal germanium nanoparticles from organogermanium halide reagents. B. Pescara, K. Mazzio, K. Lips, S. Raoux

10:10 583. Transformation of cuprous oxide microcrystals into hollow copper nanoshells by facet- selective extraction of photoexcited charges. C. Qin, B. Campbell, M. Shen, T. Zhao, B. Sadtler

10:30 Intermission.

10:35 584. Mesoporous silica coated CuFe2O4 nanoparticles: Synthesis, characterization and application in gas phase H2S removal. G. BASINA, D. Abdullah Ali Gaber, S. Abdullah Ali Gaber, V. Tzitzios, C. Gioti, A. Mourkas, I. Ismail, I. Panagiotopoulos, M.A. Karakassides, Y. Fowad AlWahedi

10:55 585. Enzyme immobilization with reduced confinement in metal- organic frameworks. S. Chen, W. Lo, L. Chou, F. Shieh, C. Tsung 11:15 586. Molten-salt synthesis of pyrochlore RE2Hf2O7 nanoparticles. Y. Mao, M. Pokhrel, K. Wahid, S. Gupta

Section F

Marriott Marquis San Diego
Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon E

Coordination Chemistry: Synthesis & Characterization
A. Larsen, Organizer
T. Betley, M. Stollenz, Presiding

8:30 587. Correlation of formal oxidation state with the N-N bond distance of chromium dinitrogen complexes. F. Ahmadi Darani, K.H. Theopold

8:50 588. Aromaticity in bis(imino)pyridine complexes. T. Bass, T.J. Sherbow, C.R. Carr, L.A. Berben

9:10 589. Interaction between bimetallic sites in bimetallic composite ionic liquids. Y. Zhang, X. Meng, R. Zhang, H. Liu, C. Xu, Z. Liu

9:30 590. Heteroleptic calladium(II) complexes of the redox-active propentdyopent scaffold supported by intramolecular hydrogen bonding. C. Curtis, E. Tomat

10:10 Intermission.

10:15 591. To multiply bond or not. T. Betley

10:35 592. Investigation on the stability of a series of BODIPYs in acidic conditions: Experimental and computational study into the role of the substituents at boron. M. Wang, D.R. Mason, P.N. Bobadova-Parvanova, M. Vicente 10:55 593. Synthetic investigation of competing magnetic interactions in 2D metal-organic frameworks. K. Collins, M. Fataftah, D.E. Freedman

11:15 594. Lewis-acid-catalyzed BODIPY boron functionalization utilizing trimethylsilyl nucleophiles. G. Zhang, M. Wang, F.R. Fronczek, K.M. Smith, M. Vicente

Section G

Marriott Marquis San Diego
Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon G

Inorganic Catalysts

S. A. Koch, Organizer

8:30 595. New classes of homo- and heteroleptic Cu(I) metal-to- ligand charge transfer photosensitizers. F.N. Castellano

8:50 596. Real-time detection of large Abeta oligomers using photoluminescence anisotropy. B. Jiang, A. Aliyan, A. Smith, A. Marti, I. Gonzalez-Moreno

9:10 597. Delayed photoluminescence in metal- conjugated fluorophores. M. Yang, M. Zamkov, H.M. Mattoussi

9:30 598. Methane C–H activation via cyclic (alkyl)(amino)carbenes (CAACs) and CAAC- supported transition metal complexes: Computational study. Z. Sun, T.R. Cundari

9:50 599. Photoinitiated oxidation of halides to halogen using ruthenium trisbipyridyl complexes as catalysts. C. Chen, I. Chang 10:10 600. New approaches to hydrocarbon feedstock conversion: Bifunctional Pd complexes for tunable heterolytic C-H activation. R. Tenney, W. Christman, N. Arulsamy, E.B. Hulley

10:30 601. High-throughput screening of MOF catalysts. J. Palomba, S. Cohen, M. Kalaj 10:50 Intermission.

11:00 602. Molecular cobalt complexes with pentadentate ligands for electro- and photocatalytic hydrogen generation in aqueous solution. P. Wang, G. Liang, E. Towles, D. Li, C. Boyd, K. Hill, B. Shaver, W. Grubbs, C.E. Webster, X. Zhao

11:20 603. Electrochemical and computational investigation of aromatically bridged [2Fe-2S] clusters for electrocatalytic hydrogen production. M.O. Hamilton, J.M. Kiselka, M. Karayilan, R.S. Glass, J. Pyun, D.L. Lichtenberger

11:40 604. Effect of hydrogen bonds on photocatalysis of CO2 reduction. P. Cheung, T. Zeng, C.P. Kubiak

12:00 605. Chemically driven water oxidation by mononuclear Ru(II) complexes and deactivation pathway. A. Kundu, S. Mandal 12:20 606. Synthesis and reactivity studies of molybdenum(VI) and rhenium(V) oxo complexes as bioinspired oxo transfer catalysts. M. Hossain, J. Schachner, M.O. Haukka, A. Lehtonen, N. Mösch- Zanetti, E. Nordlander

Section H

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Marina Cardiff

Nanoscience

B. G. Trewyn, Organizer

8:30 607. Revealing the peculiar solubility of some atomically- precise gold nanoclusters. M.J. Cowan, T. Higaki, R. Jin, G. Mpourmpakis

8:50 608. Nonthermal plasma- synthesized PB co-doped Si NCs: New approach to non-toxic NIR- emitters. G. Pach, R. Limpens, N.R. Neale

9:10 609. Structural identification and quality assessment of graphene derivatives by X-Ray diffraction. I. Sengupta, S. S S Sharat Kumar, S. Pal, S. Chakraborty

9:30 610. Capitalization on self- assembly for the preparation of rhenium carbonyl-based nanoparticles for theranostic applications. K. Chan

9:50 611. Probing the interior nanoscale heating mechanism of a magnetic core in mesoporous silica drug-delivery nanoparticles using fluorescence depolarization. F. Lin, J.I. Zink

10:10 612. Mosquito bite prevention through graphene barrier layers. C. Castilho, D. Li, M. Liu, Y. Liu, H. Gao, R. Hurt

Future Insights into Syngas Conversion Catalysis: Symposium in honor of Burtron H. Davis
Sponsored by CATL, Cosponsored by ENFL, ENVR, INOR and PHYS
Understanding the Role of Water in Solid Acid-Base Catalysis
Sponsored by CATL, Cosponsored by ENFL, INOR and PHYS

WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON

Section A

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon F

Bioinorganic Chemistry: Proteins & Enzymes & Model Systems

S. A. Koch, Organizer
M. J. Rose, Presiding

1:30 613. Acid pKa-dependence O– O bond lysis of a nonheme FeIII– OOH species: Analogy to the formation of heme compound I. S. Xu, A. Darksharapu, W. Rasheed, L. Que

1:50 614. Investigating the mechanism of formation of a rare thiolate-ligated Fe(III)-sulfenate. A. Downing, M.N. Blakely, J. Kovacs

2:10 615. Functional hydride transfer in anthracene scaffold- based synthetic models of [Fe]- hydrogenase. M.J. Rose, S. Kerns, J. Seo

2:30 616. Investigation of the binding of nitrogen-based exogenous ligands in iron complexes within a C3-symmetrical phosphinic amide tripodal ligand. C. Sun, A. Borovik

2:50 617. From organometallic carbides to nitrogenase-inspired clusters: Sulfurization of Fe6 and Fe5Mo carbides. M.J. Rose, C. Joseph

3:10 Intermission.

3:30 618. Artificial iron proteins using biotin–streptavidin technology. K. Miller, A. Borovik

3:50 619. Tetranuclear Mn4O4 complexes as models of the oxygen evolving complex of photosystem II. A. Shiau, H. Lee, P. Oyala, T. Agapie

4:10 620. Spectroscopic characterization of thiolate ligated iron-dioxygen and oxo-atom donor intermediates. M. Dedushko

4:30 621. Fluorescent probes for New Delhi metallo-β-lactamases to explore bacterial zinc homeostasis. R. Mehta, P. Thomas, W. Fast, E.L. Que

4:50 622. High valent non-heme iron-oxido and -hydroxido complexes. J. Lee, V. Oswald, S. Biswas, M.P. Hendrich, A. Borovik 5:10 623. Principles of metal selectivity bias and cluster assembly in metallothionein metal thiolate clusters. J.S. Calvo, N. York, B.S. Pierce, G. Meloni

Section B

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Solana

Chemistry of Materials: Materials for Energy & Catalytic Applications

C. G. Lugmair, Organizer A. J. Karkamkar, R. M. Kennedy, Presiding

1:30 624. Facile solvent free synthesis of iron porphyrin COFs for CO2 reduction. P. Cheung, S. Lee, C.P. Kubiak

1:50 625. Covalent organic frameworks composed of rhenium bipyridine and metal porphyrins: Designing heterobimetallic frameworks with two distinct metal sites. E. Johnson, R.M. Haiges, S.C. Marinescu

2:10 626. Surface-immobilized conjugated polymers incorporating rhenium bipyridine motifs for electrocatalytic and photocatalytic CO2 reduction. N.M. Orchanian, L.E. Hong, J. Skrainka, J. Esterhuizen, D. Popov, S.C. Marinescu

2:30 627. Electrocatalytic CO2 reduction in water using Re complex catalyst with polymer ion gels electrode. S. Sato, B.J. Mcnicholas, R.H. Grubbs

2:50 Intermission.

3:05 628. Catalytic hydrogenation of CO2 to methanol using tandem catalysis involving encapsulated ruthenium complexes in the metal- organic framework UiO-66. T. Rayder, E.H. Adillon, C. Tsung, J.A. Byers

3:25 629. Catalytic upcycling of waste polymers by supported metal catalysts. R.M. Kennedy, G. Celik, R. Hackler, S.C. Ammal, M. Ferrandon, A.M. LaPointe, A.D. Sadow, A. Heyden, K.R. Poeppelmeier, M. Delferro

3:45 630. CO2 reduction to CO by rhenium catalyst and various attachment strategies to carbon electrode surfaces. A. Zhanaidarova, C.P. Kubiak

4:05 631. Alternative ammonia storage materials for SCR of NOx. A.J. Karkamkar

4:25 632. Exploration of p-type delafossite CuMO2 oxides as photocatalysts. Y. Mao

4:45 633. Electron localization and transport through ruthenium polypyridyl dye-sensitized core/shell SnO2/TiO2 mesoporous thin films. E. James, M. Bennett, G.J. Meyer

Section C

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon D Chemistry of Materials: Metal Organic Frameworks

C. G. Lugmair, Organizer M. I. Gonzalez, M. Wriedt, Presiding

1:30 634. Metal-organic frameworks as templates for the controlled growth of catalytically active copper nanoparticles. L. Redfern, O.K. Farha

1:50 635. Controlled encapsulation of biomolecules into nanoporous materials. C. Tsung

2:10 636. Confinement of atomically-defined metal halide sheets in a metal–organic framework. M.I. Gonzalez, A. Turkiewicz, L.E. Darago, J. Oktawiec, K. Bustillo, F. Grandjean, G.J. Long, J.R. Long 2:30 637. Framework structure defines the excitonic properties of mo fs. P. Deria, J. Yu

2:50 638. Synthesis and enhanced performance of metal–organic framework hybrid materials. Y. Liu, S. Klein, K. Nelms, J. Sosa 3:10 Intermission.

3:25 639. Old linkers new tricks: Evolution of 14-Connect Zr6 secondary building units. M.J. Hurlock, Q. Zhang

3:45 640. Photodoping as a route to storing electrons in metal–organic frameworks. C.H. Hendon

4:05 641. Energy and charge transfer dynamics in porphyrin: MOF composite. X. Li, J. Yu, P. Deria

Section D

Marriott Marquis San Diego
Marina
San Diego Ballroom Salon C

Organometallic Chemistry: Catalysis – Late Transition Metals

N. S. Radu, Organizer

1:30 642. Rhenium bipyridine catalysts with hydrogen bonding pendant amines for CO2 reduction. A. Hellman, S.C. Marinescu, R.M. Haiges

1:50 643. Generation of active palladium(0) catalyst species from air-stable palladium(II) precatalysts and their application in cross- coupling reactions. K.H. Shaughnessy

2:10 644. Novel metal-catalyzed nitrene transfer reactions: Increasing molecular complexity. P.J. Perez, M. Diaz-Requejo, M.R. Rodríguez, A. Moreno

2:30 645. Optimizing ene-yne metathesis reactions: Understanding how optimal conditions shift with substrate. K. Basemann, B. Schmidt, T.L. Windus, A.D. Sadow

2:50 646. Chasing copper hydrides. J.L. Peltier, E.A. Romero, d. munz, R.F. Jazzar, G. Bertrand

3:10 647. Co-catalytic effects in iron-mediated hydrogenation of electron-rich carbonyl compounds. U. Jayarathne, N. Hazari, W.H. Bernskoetter

3:30 648. Development of molecular electrocatalysts for energy-related transformations. K.M. Waldie, S. Katipamula, M. Zou, S. Warrier

3:50 649. Comparison of reactivity of iron alkoxide complexes towards azoarene synthesis. D. Wannipurage, S. Kurup, M. Yousif, S. Groysman, R.L. Lord

4:10 650. Development of group 9 transition metal based catalysts for the oxidative alkenylation of arenes. W. Zhu, J. Chen, X. Jia, D. Dickie, T.B. Gunnoe

Section E

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Santa Rosa

Chemistry of Materials: Nanomaterials

C. G. Lugmair, Organizer M. Friedfeld, Presiding

1:30 651. Systematic tailoring of CdSe quantum dot-molecule composites for triplet energy transfer reactions. D.T. Yonemoto, F.N. Castellano

1:50 652. Conversion of InP clusters to nanomaterials and its role in the design of alloyed III-V nanomaterials for emissive applications. M. Friedfeld, J. Stein, D. Johnson, B. Cossairt

2:10 653. Nucleation kinetics and molecular mechanism in transition- metal nanoparticle formation: Intriguing, informative case of a bimetalic precursor, {[(1,5- COD)IrI(HPO4)]2}2-. C. Whitehead, R.G. Finke

2:30 654. Attaining tunability of colloidal copper phosphide nanocrystals through synthetic design and post-synthetic redox modulation. A. Rachkov, A.M. Schimpf

2:50 655. Functionalization of boron-nitride nanomaterials using reductive conditions. C.A. de los Reyes, K. Hernandez, C. Martinez, A. Smith McWilliams, M. Pasquali, A.A. Marti

3:10 Intermission.

3:25 656. Stitching quantum dots in formamide as an alternative route to make heterostructures. P. Moroz, M. Zamkov, J. Cassidy, D. Porotnikov

3:45 657. Synthesis and properties of ferroic and multiferroic transition/rare-earth metal oxide nanomaterials. J. Lombardi, F. Pearsall, N. Farahmand, L. Yang, J. Li, Z. Gai, S. Billinge, S. O’Brien

4:05 658. Applications of the nanoconfinement effect in explosive stabilization, chemical dosimeters, and water treatment. A.W. Apblett, N.F. Materer, E. Kadossov, R. Butt

4:25 659. Colloidal CuFeS2 nanocrystals: Synthesis and insights into the intermediate Fe d- band that influences its optical properties. S. Ghosh, D.J. Milliron

Section F

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Marina Ballroom Salon E

Coordination Chemistry: Synthesis & Characterization

A. Larsen, Organizer
R. Hernandez Sanchez, Presiding

1:30 660. Some novel bioactive carboxylate metal complexes: Synthesis, structural elucidation and antimicrobial properties. J.A. Obaleye

1:50 661. Ruthenium–cobalt oxo cubane bearing a terminal RuV– oxo. J. Amtawong, D. Balcells, J. Wilcoxen, N. Biggins, R. Britt, T. Tilley

2:10 662. Thermochromic properties of mixed anion crystals of bis(cyclohexyl isocyanide) gold(I) complexes. P.M. Luong, V. Moshayedi, M.M. Olmstead, A.L. Balch

2:30 663. Reaction of iron ions with 2-oximinocarboxylates: Kinetics of complex formation and the thermal conversion of the products to metal oxides. W. Alamier, A.W. Apblett

2:50 664. Atomically-defined nanoscale materials. R. Hernandez Sanchez

3:10 Intermission.

3:30 665. Questions of noninnocence and ease of azo reduction in diruthenium frameworks. F.F. Fatima Khan, G.K. Lahiri

3:50 666. Accessing a new molecular scaffold for Fe(II) spin- state switching through post- synthetic modification. B. Livesay, M.P. Shores

4:10 667. FeII spin-crossover complexes as temperature- and pH- responsive 19F chemical shift magnetic resonance probes. A.E. Thorarinsdottir, A.I. Gaudette, D. Harris

4:30 668. NHC–, CAAC–, and CDC–alkaline earth metal complexes as reagents for bond activation. L.A. Freeman, J. Walley, G. Wang, G. Breiner, D. Dickie, R.J. Gilliard

Section G

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon G

Lanthanide & Actinide Chemistry

A. De Bettencourt Dias, Organizer D. A. Penchoff, D.
Stamberga, Presiding

1:30 669. Predicting stability constants for terbium(III) complexes with 4-substituted dipicolinic acid analogues using density functional theory. H. Chen, R. Shi, H. Ow

1:50 670. High-throughput screening to achieve benchtop separations for selected rare earth elements. J. Nelson, T. Cheisson, H. Rugh, M. Gau, P. Carroll, E.J. Schelter

2:10 671. Ion coupled plasma mass spectrometry detection of the isotachophoretic separation of nonradioactive lanthanides in a capillary and a microfluidic device. H.E. Lackey, D. Bottenus, S.D. Branch, M. Liezers, S.D. Shen, A. Lines

2:30 672. Complexation of lanthanides and actinides: Theoretical perspective on predicting binding selectivity. D.A. Penchoff, C. Peterson, G.K. Schweitzer, D.M. Jenkins, R. Harrison, H.L. Hall

2:50 673. Tetravalent cerium complexes and clusters. J.N. Wacker, A.S. Ditter, S.A. Kozimor, K.E. Knope

3:10 674. Crucial impact of cerium reduction on photoluminescence properties. R. Génois, R. Gautier, F. Massuyeau, S. Jobic

3:30 675. Isolation and assessment of the cytotoxicity of oligothienyl- based luminescent lanthanide complexes. K. Johnson, C.V. Rodrigues, M.O. Rodrigues, V.C. Lombardi, A. De Bettencourt Dias

3:50 676. Separation of rare earth elements using novel diglycolamide ligands. D. Stamberga, C. Albisser, M.R. Healy, K.L. Lyon, I. Popovs, S. Jansone-Popova

4:10 677. Highly functional rare Earth starting materials. R. Beattie, J.K. Pagano, K.A. Erickson, S.K. Cope, B. Scott, D.E. Morris, J.L. Kiplinger

4:30 678. Peroxide-selective O2 reduction via metal-coupled electron transfer with rare earth triflates. M.J. Lueckheide, M.Z. Ertem, J.R. Robinson

4:50 679. ErCOT: An anisotropic metal-ligand pair for targeted molecular magnet design. M.G. Bernbeck, J. Hilgar, J.D. Rinehart

Section H

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Cardiff

Main Group Chemistry

T. Hudnall, Organizer R. J. Gilliard, C. E. Knapp, Presiding

1:30 680. Eclipsed digermylenes as building blocks to construct catenated multinuclear germanium chains and rings. Y. Wey, G. Huang, J. Yu, Y. Tsai

1:50 681. Cyclodiphosphazanes in metal–organic frameworks. M.S. Balakrishna

2:10 682. Inorganic rings of group 13 and 14 elements as a platform for molecular hybrid materials. W. Yang, K.E. Krantz, D. Dickie, R.J. Gilliard

2:30 683. Iron, cobalt, and nickel complexes with silylene ligands. C. Cui, Y. Bai

2:50 Intermission.

3:00 684. Investigations into the synthesis, reactivity, and thermolysis of heterobimetallic precursors. K.L. Mears, C.E. Knapp, C.J. Carmalt

3:20 685. Designer aluminium compounds for use as precursors in low temperature metal coatings. S.P. Douglas, C.E. Knapp

3:40 686. Synthesis and characterization of selenium and tellurium containing organic materials toward sensors and emitters. G. Hoover, B. Drummond, S. Jones, D. Credgington, D.S. Seferos

4:00 687. Precursor design, synthesis, and reactivity: Tuning molecules for low temperature conversion to functional materials. C.E. Knapp, H.R. Tinker, Y. ZHOU, M.A. Bhide, S.P. Douglas, K.L. Mears

Understanding the Role of Water in Solid Acid-Base Catalysis
Sponsored by CATL, Cosponsored by ENFL, INOR and PHYS

THURSDAY MORNING

Section A

Marriott Marquis San Diego
Marina
Marina Ballroom Salon F

Chemistry of Materials: Synthesis & Properties

C. G. Lugmair, Organizer A. Hendrickson, Presiding

8:30 688. Fabrication and thermal behavior of metal matrix composites containing NTE ZrW2O8. Q. Zhang

8:50 689. Lead-free all-inorganic Ag doped cesium bismuth iodide perovskite for resistive switching with ultra-low operating voltage and high on/off ratio by preconditioned metal conducting filament. J. Han

9:30 690. Designer gallium precursors towards functional materials. K.L. Mears, C.E. Knapp, C.J. Carmalt

9:50 691. Synthesis and structural characterization of nano coordinated Cd(II) complexes. M. Raja

10:10 Intermission.

10:25 692. Ultrathin PdAg single- crystalline nanowires enhance ethanol oxidation electrocatalysis. H. Lv, Y. Wang, D. Xu, B. Liu 10:45 693. Accelerating the discovery of type II porous liquids using high-throughput automation. R. Kearsey, B.M. Alston, M.E. Briggs, R.L. Greenaway, A.I. Cooper

11:05 694. Synthesis and design of semiconductor-core crystalline Bragg fibers. A. Hendrickson, M. Coco, J. Krug, C. Mathewson, S.C. Aro, S. McDaniel, J. Mauro, P. Sazio, G. Cook, V. Gopalan, J.V. Badding

11:25 695. In silico design of new functional materials. V. Korolev, A. Mitrofanov, A. Eliseev, B. Sattarov, V. Tkachenko 11:45 696. Experimental screening for discovery of low dimensional metal halides with intense white- light emission. R. Gautier

Section B

Marriott Marquis San Diego
Marina Solana

Organometallic Chemistry: Applications to Materials & Polymer Science

N. S. Radu, Organizer

8:30 697. ‘Super-bulky’ ligands: Coordination chemistry and application in ring-opening polymerization reactions. C. Bakewell

8:50 698. Mechanistic and kinetic studies of ring-opening metathesis polymerization with third- generation Grubbs catalysts. D. Walsh, M. Hyatt, D. Guironnet

9:10 699. Chemical mapping and optimization of redox switchable metal complexes for ring-opening polymerization. A. Lai, N. Fey, P. Diaconescu

9:30 700. Electrochemically controlled redox-switchable ring- opening polymerization. Z. Hern, C. Liu, P. Diaconescu

9:50 701. Increasing stereocontrol in lactide polymerization with flexible catalysts. P. Daneshmand, F. Schaper

10:10 702. Redox switchable (co)polymerization reactions with a zirconium compound. R. Dai, P. Diaconescu

10:30 703. CVD functionalization of graphene using transition metal carbonyls: Facile route to generate bandgaps. K. Vinodgopal, K. Robinson, X. You, J. Atkin, M. Terrones, D. Grasseschi, S.C. Sendlinger

10:50 704. Nickel-based bimetallic catalysts for Olefin polymerization. S. Xiong, T. Agapie

11:10 705. Introducing complexity to polysilanes using fused ring building blocks: Poly(siladecalin). E. Marro, R.S. Klausen

Section C

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Marina Ballroom Salon D

Chemistry of Materials: Materials for Energy & Catalytic Applications

C. G. Lugmair, Organizer V. Doan-Nguyen, R. Mishra, Presiding

8:30 706. Oxide ion conductors in the hexagonal perovskite family. A. Mclaughlin, E. Wildman, S. Fop

8:50 707. MOF crystal branching: Novel solution to counteracting plasticization in MOF-polymer mixed-matrix membranes. K. Zhang, B.J. Sundell, D. Harrigan, S.C. Hayden, W. Chi, Z. Smith 9:10 708. Dual functions of water in stabilizing the metal-pentazolate hydrates [M(N5)2(H2O)4]4H2O (M = Mn, Fe, Co, and Zn) high-energy density materials. M. Cheng

9:30 709. Quinone-based metal−organic materials for energy storage and gas separation. T. Chen

9:50 710. Nanoporous ceramic membranes for redox flow batteries. S. Candelaria, K.L. Corp, A. Salunkhe, G.M. Newbloom

10:10 Intermission.

10:25 711. Generation of well- defined electrophilic surface sites on sulfated zirconium oxide. M.P. Conley

10:45 712. Structural evolution of transition metal trisulfide electrode materials. V. Doan-Nguyen

11:05 713. New look at an old compound: X-ray photocrystallography studies of potassium ferrioxalate upon photolysis in the solid state. M. Nava, M. Gonzalez, E.J. Johnson, D.G. Nocera

11:25 714. Storing solar energy: Photochemical oxygen capture and thermal release. T. McCormick, L. Lutkus

11:45 715. KBaTeBiO6: Lead-free, inorganic double-perovskite semiconductor for photovoltaic applications. A.S. Thind, S. Kavadiya, M. Kouhnavard, R. Wheelus, S.B. Cho, L. Lin, A.Y. Borisevich, G. Pilania, P. Biswas, R. Mishra

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Section D

San Diego Ballroom Salon C
Marina

Nanoscience

B. G. Trewyn, Organizer

8:30 716. Prussian blue analogues for templated nanoparticle growth. E.T. Nguyen, D.A. Hardy, G.F. Strouse

8:50 717. Probing the electronic states of small metallic nanoparticles using conduction electron spin resonance. S.S. Cruz, B. Lear

9:10 718. Electrolyte-induced conformational change of alkanethiolate ligands on gold nanoparticles in organic solutions. V. Tanygin, B. Lear

9:30 719. Bottom-up design of metal oxide and peroxide nanoclusters using neural networks. P. Miro

9:50 720. Carbon capture with MgO(111). R.M. Richards

10:10 721. STEM-in-SEM methods for 2D material defect and reliability studies. E. Mansfield, J.D. Holm

10:30 722. Active plasmonics based devices using metal oxide nanocrystals: Fundamentals and applications. A. Agrawal, D.J. Milliron

Section E

Marriott Marquis San Diego Marina
Santa Rosa

Solid-State Inorganic Chemistry

C. G. Lugmair, V. Poltavets, Organizers
R. Compton, T. Ortner, Presiding

8:30 723. Vacuum transport of transition metal-doped ZnSe fiber lasers. A. Hendrickson, J. Krug, C.J. Mathewson, M. Coco, S.C. Aro, S. McDaniel, P. Sazio, J. Mauro, G. Cook, V. Gopalan, J.V. Badding

8:50 724. New methods for measuring absolute optical constants using loose powders: Implementation, validation, and renewable energy applications. P. Khalifah, T. Glotch

9:10 725. Tuning the photoluminescence by controlling the oxidation states of dopants. R. Gautier

9:30 726. New additions to the cesium lithium chloride system: Cs3Li2Cl5 and the hydrated Cs3LiCl4 * 4H2O. T. Ortner, J.P. Scheifers, Y. Zhang, A. Iyer, J. Flores, B. Fokwa

9:50 727. Dimensional reduction of halide double perovskites. B. Connor, L. Leppert, M.D. Smith, J. Neaton, H. Karunadasa

10:10 728. Redox properties of dysprosium 3+/4+ in barium zirconate. J.R. O’Brien, S. Ricote, L. Krishna

10:30 Intermission.

10:45 729. Structural and physical properties of CaLaMReO6. F. Yuan, C.M. Thompson

11:05 730. Geometrically frustrated magnetism in transition metal borides. A. Iyer, Y. Zhang, B. Fokwa

11:25 731. Varying the fermi level in gadolinium transition-metal aluminides. G. Agbeworvi, C. Thompson

11:45 732. Topotactic transformations of heterolayered borides. L. Alameda, R.E. Schaak 12:00 733. First-principles study of phase stabilities in Al1-xFexOOH and Al1-xCrxOOH metal oxyhydroxides. D. Pope, A.E. Clark, M. Prange

12:15 734. Manipulating magnetic properties via chemical variations in TlFe3Te3. R. Compton, C.M. Thompson

Section F

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Marina Ballroom Salon E Organometallic Chemistry: Catalysis – Late Transition Metals

N. S. Radu, Organizer
M. A. Bowring, Presiding

8:30 735. Mechanistic insights of the direct arylation of arylhalides: Density functional theory study. R. Wei, P. Miro

8:50 736. Modeling the reactivity of alkanes toward organometallic electrophiles. P.J. Perez, A. Caballero, G. Asensio, M. Etienne, F. Maseras, A. Olmos, R. Gava, M. Besora, K. Jacobs

9:10 737. Thermodynamic hydricity as a tool for designing catalysts for hydrogenation of ketones and esters. E.S. Wiedner, B. Neisen, J.C. Linehan, A.M. Appel

9:30 738. Highly active ruthenium metathesis catalysts at low temperatures: Unprecedented ring- opening metathesis polymerization of cyclopentadiene. S. Hong

9:50 739. Robust Re(V) alkylidyne catalysts for alkyne metathesis reactions. M. Cui, W. Bai, H. Sung, I. Williams, Z. Lin, G. Jia

10:10 740. Strongly σ-donating ligands with pendant bases for water oxidation catalysis. A.G. Nash, B.D. Vincenzini, C.J. Breyer, B.E. Silva, D.B. Grotjahn 10:30 741. Large isotope effects in organometallic reactions. M.A. Bowring, P.T. Truong, E.D. Douma, M.P. Ahmad, Z. Mathe, J. Tsang

10:50 742. High variance of metal oxidation states in nickel catalysis. A. de Aguirre, I. Funes-Ardoiz, F. Maseras

11:10 743. Reversible CO2/formate conversion by a homogeneous platinum electrocatalyst. D.W. Cunningham, J.Y. Yang

Section G

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Marina Ballroom Salon G

Main Group Chemistry

T. Hudnall, Organizer
F. Jaekle, E. Lee, Presiding

8:30 744. Reactive phosphenium cations. R. Dobrovetsky

8:50 745. N-heterocyclic carbene- functionalized ferrocenes. E. Lee

9:10 746. Lewis pair functionalization of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons. K. Liu, M. Vanga, R. Lalancette, F. Jaekle 9:30 747. Lewis adduct formation of sulfones, sulfonate, and sulfate esters with arsenic and antimony pentafluoride. T.H. Saal, K.O. Christe, R.M. Haiges

9:50 Intermission.

10:00 748. C6F5B-Binolate: Synthesis, structure, Lewis acid– base chemistry and catalytic activity. S. Garg, C. Krempner 10:20 749. Guanidine-based intramolecular frustrated Lewis pairs (FLPs): Synthesis, structure and small molecule activation. C. Manankandayalage, C. Krempner 10:40 750. Reductive elimination at a carbene center. D.R. Tolentino, S. Neale, C. Isaac, S. Macgregor, M.K. Whittlesey, R. Jazzar, G. Bertrand

11:00 751. Carbones and catalysis. T. Ong

Inorganic Chemistry Lectureship Deadline

Call for nominations for 2016 Inorganic Chemistry Lectureship

Deadline December 15, 2015

For details please see:   http://connect.acspubs.org/lectureship

This award recognizes an individual who has demonstrated creativity and impact in leading research in inorganic chemistry, broadly defined.

The winner will receive:

  • An award plaque
  • $3,000 USD honorarium
  • Travel and hotel accommodations up to $1,500 USD to attend the 2016 Fall ACS National Meeting

Sponsored by Inorganic Chemistry and the ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry

 

 

DIC wins Chemluminary Award in Boston!

The Division of Inorganic Chemistry wins a Chemluminary Award in Boston!

from the Committee on Divisional Activities

Recognition of Innovation and Outstanding Service to Members of a Division

The Division of Inorganic Chemistry established a symposium to celebrate the accomplishments of outstanding students at the culmination of their graduate or postdoctoral studies. Marking the event’s ten-year anniversary at the ACS National Meeting, Inorganic was the first to initiate Young Investigator Awards with others seeing the benefit to young students.

http://www.acs.org/…/w…/2015-chemluminary-award-winners.html

International Collaboration Opportunity

RSC Dalton Division invites calls for 5+5+5 meeting at Dalton 2016

29 – 31 March 2016
Warwick, UK

We are looking for 5 sets of people, each containing 1 Canadian, 1 US and 1 UK based researcher in any area of inorganic chemistry to take part in a 5+5+5 meeting at the Dalton 2016 meeting to be held in Warwick, UK 29-31 March 2016.

The scheme is designed to initiate new collaborations and preference will be given to groups of people where diversity (age, gender, ethnicity, etc) has been taken into account. An attempt will also be made to cover a wide range of inorganic chemistry in the selected collaborations.

For full details and form please visit:

http://www.rsc.org/Membership/Networking/InterestGroups/DaltonDivision/InternationalActivities.asp

 

Fall 2015 Travel Awardees Announced

 

Last Name First Name Affiliation Supervisor
Kender William The Ohio State University Malcolm Chisholm
Bailey Wilson University of Washington Karen Goldberg
Chanawanno Kullapa The University of Akron Christopher J. Ziegler
Chen Chi University of Rochester, Yale University Patrick Holland
Clark Melissa University of California, San Diego Clifford P. Kubiak
Denny Michael University of California, San Diego Seth M. Cohen
DiMeglio John University of Delaware Joel Rosenthal
Eisenhart Thomas University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Jillian L. Dempsey
Graham Michael Northwestern University Danna Freedman
Hammann Blake Washington University in St. Louis Sophia E. Hayes
Johns Robert Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Delia Milliron
Przyojski Jacob University of Texas at San Antonio Zachary Tonzetich
Razgoniaeva Natalia Bowling Green state University Mikhail Zamkov
Siedschlag Randy University of Minnesota Connie Lu
Tafazolian Hosein University of Toledo Joseph Schmidt
Xiao Dianne University of California, Berkeley Jeffrey R. Long
Yousif Maryam Wayne State University Stanislav Groysman
Braegelman Adam Nebraska Wesleyan University Nathanael Fackler
Dalchand Naomi Barnard College John S. Magyar and Marisa C. Buzzeo
Miller Dorothy Siena College Jodi O’Donnell

Gamelin Wins 2015 Inorganic Chemistry Lectureship Award

The ACS Division of Inorganic Chemistry and Inorganic Chemistry are proud to announce Daniel Gamelin, University of Washington, as the winner of the third Inorganic Chemistry Lectureship Award. Dr. Gamelin was nominated by his peers for his broad, unique, and outstanding sustained contribution to the development of inorganic nanoscience. He will be presented with an award at a symposium in his honor at the fall ACS National Meeting, August 16-20, 2015 in Boston, MA.

Dr. Gamelin’s research interests focus on combining synthesis, spectroscopy, and ligand field theory or ab initio electronic-structure methods to elucidate key functional properties of inorganic materials. His work has been recognized with numerous awards including the ACS Inorganic Nanoscience Award, a Sloan Research Fellowship, a Camille Dreyfus Teacher-Scholar Award, and a Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. He is a Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science, a Senior Fellow of the Zukunftskolleg, and a Scialog Fellow of the Research Corporation.

 

Request for Nominations for the Boston Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry Lecturer

If you wish to nominate someone through the Division of Inorganic Chemistry:

1. Please read and carefully follow the instructions below
2. *Please send the completed form (attached) to either of the DIC award co-chairs Stephanie Brock (sbrock@chem.wayne.edu) or Tim Warren (thw@georgetown.edu) by 5PM on Feb. 16 [note-this is earlier than the Feb 22 date mentioned below so that DIC has time to conduct reviews]*
3. Please note that the DIC can only forward two nominations, and thus nominations will be reviewed to select finalists

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To: ACS Division Secretaries

cc: ACS Division Officers, MPPG Executive Committee

The Kavli Foundation has agreed to sponsor The Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry Lecture through 2025 featuring two lectures at each ACS national meeting. The Kavli Foundation Emerging Leader in Chemistry Lecture is awarded to an outstanding chemical scientist who is less than 10 years past receipt of his/her PhD and is under 40 years of age.  The candidate is a distinguished younger scientist who is highly regarded by his or her peers for significant contributions to an area of chemistry or related multidisciplinary area of chemistry.

MPPG is very pleased to sponsor the sixth lecture in this series at the 250th ACS National Meeting in Boston with the involvement of the ACS Divisions in nominating the candidates for this award.

Please take this opportunity to reach out to your division members to send recommendations to the Division for consideration.  All nominations must be submitted by the Division Secretary or acting Division Secretary to the KavliEmergingLecturer@acs.org email box using the attached Emerging Leader Nomination Form. *[please note instructions above!]*

Nominations must be received by February 22, 2015. *[Feb 16 5PM to DIC awards co-chairs]*

Please note that Divisions who submitted nominations for previous meetings, may resubmit them at the Division’s discretion as long as the candidate meets the nominating criteria for the Denver meeting.

Sincerely,

Luke Achenie, 2015 MPPG Chair

KavliEmergingLecturer@acs.org

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Travel Fellowship Announcement

 
TRAVEL FELLOWSHIP ANNOUNCEMENT
 
U.S. National Committee’s Young Observer Program
48th IUPAC General Assembly and 45th IUPAC Congress
Busan, South Korea
August 6-14, 2015
 
The International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC), a worldwide leader in advancing the chemical sciences, is holding its 48th General Assembly (August 6-13, 2015) and its 45th Congress (August 9-14, 2015) in Busan, South Korea.
The U.S. National Committee for IUPAC is seeking outstanding U.S. scientists and engineers under the age of 45, with interests and expertise related to the working groups of IUPAC, to travel as Young Observers to South Korea. The USNC/IUPAC will provide travel fellowships of $2500 to successful candidates.
This Young Observer Program provides an excellent opportunity to become involved in the work of IUPAC, develop an international network of scientists and engineers, and represent your U.S. colleagues in the chemical sciences.
 
Successful candidates must:
  • Be a U.S. scientist or engineer under the age of 45, be active in chemical or chemical engineering research in academia, government, or industry. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen or U.S. Permanent Resident (Green Card Holder).
  • Have a specific interest in one or more of the business meetings and technical sessions that will be held in Korea.
  • Have a strong interest in collaborative work with scientists in laboratories outside of the United States.
  • Have an interest in continuing activities through the IUPAC organization.

Career scientist applicants should ideally have, but are not required to have, five years of independent research/work experience after the completion of their educational experience. In exceptional cases applications from graduate students and postdoctoral researchers will be considered.

Former YOs may apply for a maximum second YO experience. They must demonstrate how they have remained involved with IUPAC since their first experience.

2015 Young Observer Program Application Deadline is February 23, 2015.

For more information about the program and to apply, visit http://ow.ly/GPPqI. Questions about the program can be directed to BISO@nas.edu.