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Investigating the Potential Photocatalytic Activity of Molybdates and Tungstates, Nicole Horbinski (Geselbracht)
Exploring the Activation Mechanism of ScaR Through Mutations to its Metal Binding Sites, Erin Jacot (Glasfeld)
A Series of Unfortunate Compounds Improving the Solubility of Host-Targeted Antivirals for In Vivo Testing, Ilsa Kirby (Nilsen)
Adventures in Field Work: A Quantitative Analysis of Ambient Organic Aerosol Composition by FTIR with Meterological and Gas-phase Oxidant Characterization in the Columbia River Gorge, Laura Krause (Fry)
An Investigation into the Metal-Binding Properties of the Manganese Transporter MntA, Rhiana Meade (Glasfeld)
Towards the Eradication of Malaria: Novel Introduction of Acid Sensitive Functionality in Endochin-Like-Quinolones, Galen Miley (Nilsen)
A Novel Synthetic Route to Porous V2O5, Ellen Murphy (Geselbracht)
Calculating Depolarization Ratios through the Irreducible Tensor Method for Dipole-Forbidden Resonance Raman Spectroscopy, Neha Rao (Gerrity)
Synthetic Models for Second-Generation Monoterpene Chemistry in NO3-Influenced Aerosol Formation, Kathryn Sackinger (Fry)
On the Development and Synthesis of Thienopyridine Dengue Antivirals: A Novel Approach to a Neglected Problem, Kayla Sheridan (Nilsen)
Biochemistry and Molceular Biology
The N-Terminal Helix and DNA Binding by the Manganese Transport Regulator MntR, Rachel Baden (Glasfeld)
Effect of Structural Variation of Quinolone-3-diarylethers on Cytochrome bc1 Selectivity, Jeffrey Hamada (Nilsen)
Characterization of RNA-binding by MBNL zinc fingers ½ using fluorescene anisotropy, Anna Henkin (Glasfeld)
A Crystallographic Study of SloR, Dillon Nye (Glasfeld)
Monitoring the Ozonolysis of α-Pinene Using GC/FID, James Bianconi (Fry)
Synthesis and Chemistry of K2S2O8 Essay - 2136 Words
Transition-metal phosphosulfides represent an emerging category of earth-abundant electrocatalyst materials, and some metal phosphosulfides have been shown to outperform the corresponding sulfides and phosphides. To fully realize the potential and benefit energy storage and conversion, it is necessary to study the chemistry of unknown phosphosulfide materials. In this article, we report on the materials chemistry of iron phosphosulfides. We systematically investigate the materials synthesis, solid state chemistry, surface structures, and electrocatalytic properties of iron phosphosulfide nanoparticles supported on carbon nanotubes. Two types of iron phosphosulfide nanomaterials, adopting either the FeS or the FeP crystal structure, have been successfully synthesized by two distinct synthetic routes designed in accordance with the different thermodynamic properties of the two structures. The compositions (i.e., P/S ratios) of the phosphosulfides can be adjusted within certain ranges without phase separation occurring. We discover that all the phosphosulfide nanoparticles exhibit higher P/S ratios on the surface than in the bulk and that the presence of P atoms suppresses the oxidation of Fe and S atoms on the surface. We further find that there is a positive correlation between the P content of the iron phosphosulfide nanomaterials and their electrocatalytic activity for the hydrogen evolution reaction, which renders high-performance electrocatalysts for hydrogen production and the understanding that the Fe atoms coordinated by P atoms are the most active catalytic sites in the materials.