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Assistant Prof. Graham de Ruiter


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Assistant Prof. Graham de Ruiter

Faculty:

Chemistry


Main energy field:

Post-Doc – 2017 – California Institute of Technology, Inorganic Chemistry

PhD – 2013 – Weizmann Institute of Science, Supramolecular Surface Chemistry

MSc – 2008 – Leiden University, Coordination Chemistry

BSc – 2006 – Leiden University, General Chemistry

 

Azrieli Fellow 2017

Horev Fellow 2017

Feinberg Graduate School (FGS) Dimitris N. Chorafas Prize 2013

International Precious Metal Institute (IPMI) Sabin Metal Corporation Student Award 2013

Israel Chemical Society (ICS) Prize for Excellent Graduate Student 2011


Research Area in Energy:

Electrochemical Hydrogen and Oxygen Production:

Our research focusses on the self-assembly of metal complexes that can be used for constructing inorganic materials for the electrochemical oxidation/reduction of small molecules relevant for producing value added chemicals or fuel cell technologies.

Coupled to solar energy production, these new technologies provide powerful new methods for tackling fundamental challenges in Energy Storage and Conversion.


Selected Publications:

Graham de Ruiter, Kurtis M. Carsch, Sheraz Gul, Ruchira Chatterjee, Niklas B. Thompson, Michael K. Takase, Junko Jano, and Theodor Agapie, Accelerated Oxygen Atom Transfer and C−H Bond Oxygenation by Remote Redox Changes in Fe3Mn-Iodosobenzene AdductsAngewandte Chemie International Edition, 2017, 56, 4772-4776

Graham de Ruiter, Niklas B. Thompson, and Theodor Agapie, Intramolecular C–H and C–F Bond Oxygenation Mediated by a Putative Terminal Oxo Species in Tetranuclear Iron ComplexesJournal of the American Chemical Society, 2016, 138, 1486–1489

Renata Balgley, Graham de Ruiter, Guennadi Evmenenko, Tatyana Bendikov, Michal Lahav, and Milko E. van der Boom, Light-Induced Conversion of Chemical Permeability to Enhance Electron and Molecular Transfer in Nanoscale AssembliesJournal of the American Chemical Society,2016, 138, 16398-16406

Graham de Ruiter, Niklas B. Thompson, Davide Lionetti, and Theodor Agapie, Nitric Oxide Activation by Distal Redox Modulation in Tetranuclear Iron Nitrosyl ComplexesJournal of the American Chemical Society, 2015, 137, 14094–14106

Graham de Ruiter, Michal Lahav, Hodaya Keisar, and Milko E. van der Boom, Sequence Dependent Assembly to Control Molecular Interface PropertiesAngewandte Chemie International Edition, 2013, 52, 704-709