Focus: Dow Chair in Chemical Invention
Office: RDMC 321
Dr. Gladysz's current research centers around organometallic chemistry, and branches into catalysis, organic synthesis, enantioselective reactions, stereochemistry, mechanism, and materials chemistry. About half of the group is involved with catalysis, divided 50:50 between structurally novel enantioselective catalysts and highly fluorinated recoverable catalysts. The other half designs organometallic building blocks for the synthesis of molecular wires, compasses, and gyroscopes.
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