Paper accepted!

Okten’s paper demonstrating a record temperature sensitivity for a nuclear-spin magnetic resonance frequency was just accepted to J. Am. Chem. Soc. Keep an eye on the publications page for a link to appear soon!


Zadrozny Group undergraduate alum Jeremiah Choate (now at USC) was awarded an NSF graduate fellowship! Congratulations Jeremiah!

Another new paper!

Cassidy’s paper on spin relaxation and counterion/matrix effects was just accepted for publication in J. Phys. Chem. C. Keep an eye on the publications page for the paper and a link when it comes out!

New paper out!

Ian’s paper on paramagnetic dilutions is out today in Cell. Rep. Phys. Sci. It’s the first paper to study spin relaxation in deliberately magnetic environments. Peep it on our publications page! Nice work Ian!

Paper accepted!

Anthony’s paper on tuning zero-field splitting in Ni complexes has just been accepted! He showed that relatively minor changes to the ligand shell can induce substantial changes in zero-field splitting. Keep an eye on the publications page for more information.

Paper accepted!

Paper from senior student Tyler Ozvat just got accepted! This paper does some exciting work studying how deuteration of the ligand shell will influence variable-temperature NMR properties. It will lead to many new design strategies! See the publications page for more information and keep an eye out in Inorg. Chem. for the actual paper, when it is posted.

Welcome new members!

The lab welcomes two undergraduate workers this summer, Fred Anderson and Amanda Gin, and a new postdoctoral researcher, Dr. Okten Ungor. We are excited for the fresh faces!

Review published!

Our review on magnetic relaxation phenomena (through the lens of a synthetic chemist) was just published today in Chem. Soc. Rev. A round of celebratory shots are in order, it was a lot of work!!divAbstract

Paper Accepted!

Our group (Anthony as first author) just had our manuscript detailing the first low-frequency electron paramagnetic resonance studies of EPR linewidth in Cr(3+) complexes. We are excited for the many more lurking on the horizon! Keep an eye on the publications page – a link to the paper will show up once it is available.

Welcome Jake!

We happily welcome new group member Jacob Fromm, who will be working at the intersection of quantum science and coordination chemistry!