PhD Candidate King Speaks about Nanomaterials at Graduate Speaker Series

Chemistry graduate student Melissa King presented a talk on "Synthesis of Shaped Nanoparticles with Bimetallic Surfaces Iodide Facilitated Reduction of Palladium" April 19 in Exley Science Center. Her talk concluded the 2016-17 Graduate Speaker Series.

Bimetallic nanoparticles, King explained, may provide an exciting avenue toward the development of novel catalysts potentially useful in meeting the growing demand for energy.

Bimetallic nanoparticles, King explained, may provide an exciting avenue toward the development of novel catalysts potentially useful in meeting the growing demand for energy. (Photos by Will Barr ’18)