Danna Freedman Assistant Professor
The Freedman group applies the approaches and tools of synthetic inorganic chemistry to understand and overcome fundamental obstacles in physics and energy research. Synthetic inorganic chemistry will be used to target new systems, spectroscopy, crystallography, and magnetometry will be used to probe new compounds, and fundamental ligand field considerations will aid in interpretation of emerging physico-chemical phenomena and to predict new chemistry. Every student in our laboratory has the opportunity to learn synthetic techniques, crystallography, magnetism, and spectroscopy. Specific project areas are magnetism, superconductivity, and quantum computation.
Zadrozny, J. M.; Niklas, J.; Poluektov, O. G.; Freedman, D. E. “Multiple Quantum Coherences from Hyperfine Transitions in a Vanadium(IV) Complex”J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, accepted.
Fataftah, M. S.; Zadrozny, J. M.; Rogers, D. M.; Freedman, D. E.“A Mononuclear Transition Metal Single-Molecule Magnet in a Nuclear Spin-Free Ligand Environment”Inorg. Chem. 2014,53, 10716–10721.
Graham, M. J.; Zadrozny, J. M.; Shiddiq, M.; Anderson, J. S.; Fataftah, M. S.; Hill, S.; Freedman, D. E.“Influence of Electronic Spin and Spin-Orbit Coupling on Decoherence in Mononuclear Transition Metal Complexes” J. Am. Chem. Soc. 2014, 136, 7623-7626.
This work was highlighted byJACS! and theNational High Magnetic Field Laboratory!
- Camille and Henry Dreyfus Foundation Postdoctoral Research Fellowship Award in Environmental Chemistry
- Catalyst Grant Award
- Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigator Program
- NSF-American Competitiveness in Chemistry Fellowship