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The use of simulations in concert with experiment is a very powerful tool to obtain a better understanding of fundamental phenomena. One such problem of interest is the relationship between the physical and electronic structure of materials and their reactivity. Professor Meyer’s research combines experimental and theoretical methods to aid in the rational design of catalysts, focusing on structure-reactivity relationships at the molecular/atomic level. The general approach involves the construction of well-defined model systems both experimentally and computationally, which allow in-depth investigation of electronic properties and morphology and elucidate their relationship to reactivity.

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rjm@uic.edu
(312) 996-4607
(312) 996-0808

Department of Chemical Engineering
Uiversity of Illinois at Chicago
Chicago, IL, 60607

 

 

 

 

 
 
Updated May 2014