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 some of today’s greatest energy and sustainability challenges. Currently, we are interested in developing catalysts that can achieve the functionalization of carbon dioxide, producing second generation biofuels by way of reductive C-O bond cleavage, and designing environmentally responsible transition metal complexes that can be used to mediate a range of organic transformations.


Trovitch Laboratory
 Physical Science Building, D-318
School of Molecular Sciences
 Arizona State University
 Tempe, AZ, 85287
 Call: (+1) 480-965-7728
Email: ryan.trovitch@asu.edu

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INORGANIC AND ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY