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Richard Eisenberg

Tracy H. Harris Professor Of Chemistry
Arts, Sciences, and Engineering

Department of Chemistry

Areas of expertise: Inorganic and organometallic chemistry

Press contact:
Peter Iglinski

Related Links:
Richard Eisenberg Home Page
Eisenberg Group Homepage

In the News

Science Now
Live Chat: Splitting Water to Store Energy
November 18, 2013

Researchers Quest for Green Hydrogen
April 19, 2013

Rochester City Newspaper
Hydrogen hopes
December 19, 2012

ASM International
Nanocrystals improve hydrogen production
November 26, 2012

Nanocrystals produce hydrogen using sunlight
November 15, 2012

The Engineer
Method utilises sunlight to create carbon-free energy
November 09, 2012

Global Solar Technology
Avantor Performance Materials congratulates 2011 Nobel Laureate Signature Award winners
May 05, 2011

U.S. News & World Report
Retirement Communities 101: Seniors Flock to College Towns
August 25, 2010

The McGill Daily, Canada
New catalyst sheds light on solar energy
September 02, 2008

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News Releases

Chemistry Department Celebrates Professor Richard Eisenberg
May 19, 2011

Du, Eisenberg Win Award for Graduate Education in Chemistry
October 13, 2010

Eisenberg, Anderson elected to National Academy of Sciences
April 30, 2010

Scientist Honored with American Chemical Society Medal
May 03, 2007

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Prof. Eisenberg studies catalysis and solar energy conversion including bond activation, transformation, excited states of chromophores, and electron-hole separation. Other projects include luminescence behavior of metal complexes and hydrogen addition reactions.