Gregory H. Robinson, Foundation Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, has been named the University of Georgia's 2014 recipient of the Southeastern Conference Faculty Achievement Award.
“For advances in gas phase chemical physics, laser spectroscopy, and molecular quantum mechanics, especially for pioneering contributions to the development and application of helium nanodroplet isolation for the stabilization of transient intermediates in combustion chemistry, and for excell
Karson Brooks, second year graduate student working under the direction of Professor Jason Locklin, has won the 2014 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship award in the category of "macromolecular, supramolecular, and nanochemistry." Karson was one of only eleven UGA students to win an NSF fellowship t
A group of UGA chemists led by Yuzhong Wang and Gregory H. Robinson have prepared the first stable molecule containing diphosphorus tetroxide, P2O4, via a novel approach involving the reaction of molecular oxygen with the base-stabilized diphosphorus.
Iron Carbide, Fe5C2, has long been used in metallic alloys and hard coatings for its superior resilience.