|Present||Professor, Western Washington University ‐ Department of Physics and Astronomy|
|2001||Ph.D., University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg|
|1994||M.Sc., Addis Ababa Unversity|
|1988||B.Sc., Asmara University, Eritrea|
Department of Physics and Astronomy
Western Washington University
Bellingham, WA 98225
Tel: (360) 650-3838 (office)
(360) 650-3560 (lab)
Fax: (360) 650-6505
Office: CF 375
Lab: CF 011
Nitrite reduction by a pyridinediimine complex with a proton-responsive secondary ...
Chemical Communications (2016)
The proton-responsive pyridinediimine ligand, DEAPDI (where DEAPDI = [(2,6-iPrC6H3)(NCMe)(N(Et)2C2H4)(NCMe)C5H3N]) was utilized for the reduction of NO2− to NO. Nitrite reduction is facilitated by ...
Probing the Protonation State and the Redox-Active Sites of Pendant ...
Inorganic Chemistry (2015)
Utilizing the pyridinediimine ligand [(2,6-iPrC6H3)N═CMe)(N(iPr)2C2H4)N═CMe)C5H3N] (didpa), the zinc(II) and iron(II) complexes Zn(didpa)Cl2 (1), Fe(didpa)Cl2 (2), [Zn(Hdidpa)Cl2][PF6] (3), [Fe(Hdidpa)Cl2][PF6] (4), Zn(didpa)Br2 (5), and [Zn(Hdidpa)Br2][PF6] ...
Mössbauer spectroscopy investigation and hydrodesulfurization properties of iron-nickel phosphide catalysts
Journal of Catalysis (2010)
Unsupported and silica-supported FexNi2−xPy catalysts having a range of metal compositions (0 < x ⩽ 2.0) were investigated using Mössbauer spectroscopy, and the results correlated ...