Our collaborative paper with Prof. Schnepf and Prof. Häkkinen on the metalloid gold cluster Au70 has been published in Chemical Communications.
Welcome Jaquesta and Sydnei, new undergraduate students to the Clayborne Research group!
Prof. Clayborne was awarded funding from the NSFC under the International Young Scientist Research Fund!
Andy, Abrar, Shin, Tielyr, Yung, and Prof. Clayborne presented at the MWRM in Lawrence, Kansas at the University of Kansas. Great job everyone!
If you are a current undergraduate and interested in performing research in the Clayborne Research Group, please read below before contacting Prof. Clayborne. Typically, students must be sophomores before being considered as a candidate for joining the group. ALL students with a good academic record will be considered as potential researchers. Yes, this means ifContinue reading “Interested Undergraduates…”
The Clayborne Research Group has moved to the Department of Chemistry at Howard University in Washington D.C.! We are one of two new groups in the Department of Chemistry. Check out Prof. Cummings’ group HERE.
Our collaborative paper on the electrochemical reduction of nitric oxide has been accepted in ACS Catalysis. This work uses kinetic Monte Carlo and Density Functional Theory to understand the mechanistic steps in the reduction of NO. The paper is a collaborative effort between Prof. Greeley’s group at Purdue University, Prof. Honkala’s group at the UniversityContinue reading “Paper on Reduction of Nitric Oxide Accepted”
Prof. Clayborne presented at the ACS meeting held in early April. He presented the collaborative work about the reduction of nitric oxide on platinum surfaces.
The international computational project for the investigation of multishell nanoparticles at the CSC-IT Center for Science in Finland was approved. This is a collaborative project with Prof. Hannu Häkkinen (University of Jyväskylä, FI).