S.-F. Tang, V. Smetana, M.K. Mishra, S.P. Kelley, O. Renier, R.D. Rogers, A.-V. Mudring, Forcing Dicyanamide Coordination to f-Elements by Dissolution in Dicyanamide-based Ionic Liquids, Inorg. Chem. 2020
M. Rhodehouse, V. Smetana, C. Celania, A.-V. Mudring, G. H. Meyer, Ternary polar intermetallics within the systems Pt/Sn/R (R = La-Sm): stannides or platinides?, Inorg. Chem., 2020
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Scientists from around the world gathered to promote the goals of Green Chemistry
Prof. C.-.J. Li (McGill, Canada), Prof. W. Leitner (RWTH Aachen and MPI for Chemical Energy Conversion, Germany), Prof. J. Warner (Warner Babcock Institute, USA and Monash University, Australia), Prof. P.T. Anastas (Yale University, USA), Prof. A.-V. Mudring (Stockholm University), Prof. A. Riisager (DTU, Denmark), Prof. R. Fehrmann (DTU, Denmark), Prof. R.D. Rogers (University of Alabama, USA), Ass.-Prof. Adam Slabon (Stockholm University)
The King flanked by, from left, Anja-Verena Mudring, Professor of Physical Materials Chemistry at Stockholm University, Paul T. Anastas, holder of the King Carl XVI Gustaf Guest Professorship in Environmental Science, and Astrid Söderbergh Widding, Vice-Chancellor of Stockholm University. Photo: Ingmarie Andersson/Stockholm University
On Thursday 13 February, The King visited Stockholm University to listen to a lecture about green chemistry with Professor Paul T. Anastas, the new holder of the King Carl XVI Gustaf Guest Professorship in Environmental Science.
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S.P. Kelley, V. Smetana, S. D. Emerson, A.-V. Mudring, R.D. Rogers, Benchtop Access to Anhydrous Actinide N-donor Coordination Complexes using Ionic Liquids, Chem. Commun. 2020.
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S. P. Kelley, V. Smetana, J.S. Nuss, D. A. Dixon, M. Vasiliu, A.-V. Mudring, R. D. Rogers, Dehydration of UO2Cl2∙3H2O and Nd(NO3)3∙6H2O with a Soft Donor Ligand and Comparison of Their Interactions through X-ray Diffraction and Theoretical Investigation, Inorg. Chem., 2020, 59, 2861-2869.
Pentacoordinated uranyl centers and triazolate bridges establish new boundaries for the quasicrystal hunt
A fivefold UO22+ node is a path to dedecagonal quasicrystal approximants in coordination polymers
Science Advances, 2020, 6, eaay7685.