THE TROVITCH RESEARCH GROUP
As part of ASU's School of Molecular Sciences, research in the Trovitch Laboratory is dedicated to the formulation of inorganic and organometallic complexes that can address major energy and sustainability challenges. We are known for preparing some of the most active hydrofunctionalization and dehydrocoupling catalysts that have ever been discovered. Currently, we are focused on the development of environmentally responsible catalysts for the generation of inorganic polymers that can be used to deposit semiconductor coatings. Our lab is also interested in the production and utilization of clean hydrogen, the reduction of carbon dioxide, waste polymer deconstruction, quantum sensors and atomic clock standards, and the use of new inorganic reagents for organic synthesis.
Trovitch Laboratory Biodesign C, Room C236 School of Molecular SciencesArizona State University Tempe, AZ 85287
TROVITCH RESEARCH GROUP
SUSTAINABLE INORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND CATALYSIS