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About Us

Research in the Dunbar Research Group spans a number of topics in synthetic and structural inorganic chemistry with a focus on problems at the interface of materials and biological chemistry. The combined use of many physical techniques (electronic epr, infrared spectroscopies, X-ray crystallography, ac and dc magnetic magnetometry, scanning and transmission electron microscopy, mass spectrometry and electrochemistry to name a subset) reflect the breadth of problems under investigation. Our aim is to define important synthetic challenges and tackle their solution with an arsenal of physical, chemical and spectroscopic data. We are devoted to the use of coordination chemistry as a tool to make new compounds as well as to probe new structure and bonding relationships. For details, click here.

Supporting our research over the years

Department of Chemistry | Texas A&M University | State of Texas