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Inorganic Chemistry

Inorganic Chemistry at the University of Michigan flourishes in the three modern areas of metals in biology (Bioinorganic Chemistry), catalysis for transformation of organic molecules (Organometallic Chemistry), and design of solids with defined properties (Inorganic Materials). These research areas also find applications in Medicinal Chemistry. The remarkable breadth of Inorganic research at Michigan reflects the highly interdisciplinary character of modern Inorganic Chemistry.

Faculty currently associated with this research cluster.

Future Inorganic Chemistry Seminars