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IUPAC Prize for Young Chemists - 2004
Honorable Mention

 

Jennifer J. Sokol receives one of four Honorable Mention awards associated with the IUPAC Prize for Young Chemists, for her Ph.D. thesis work entitled "Magnetic Properties of High-Spin Metal-Cyanide Clusters and the Directed Assembly of a Single Molecule Magnet."

Current address (at the time of application)

Caltech, Pasadena, CA, USA

E-mail: jjsokol@caltech.edu

Academic degrees

  • Ph.D University of California, Berkeley, May 2003, Physical Chemistry
  • SB. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, May 1997, Chemistry

Ph.D. Thesis

Title Magnetic Properties of High-Spin Metal-Cyanide Clusters
and the Directed Assembly of a Single Molecule Magnet

Advisers Professor Jeffrey R. Long

Thesis Committee Professor Robert A. Harris, Chemistry Department; Professor Alex Zettl, Physics Department


Essay

[pdf file - 37KB]


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