Eric J. Schelter
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Department: 
School of Arts and Sciences/Department of Chemistry

Research Interests:

  • Advanced Rare Earths Separations Chemistry
  • Capturing Heavy-Fermion Type Electron Correlations in Molecular Complexes
  • Exploring the Inverse Trans Influence in the Chemistry of Uranium

Research Overview: Projects in the Eric Schelter's research group involve inert atmosphere/Schlenk line synthesis of inorganic and organometallic complexes. Rigorous characterization of new compounds is achieved through X-ray crystallography, NMR, FTIR, and UV-Visible absorption spectroscopies, electrochemistry and magnetic susceptibility studies. Current projects are focused on the chemistries and electronic structure effects of the lanthanides, uranium and main group elements

Eric Schelter's Recent Publications

Education:
Ph.D. Texas A&M University, Advisor: Kim R. Dunbar (2004)
B.S. Michigan Technological University (1999)