Richard G. Finke, Ph.D.

1977-1993 Chemistry University of Oregon, Eugene, OR, United States 
 1993- Chemistry Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 
artificial photosynthesis, catalysis
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John Isaiah Brauman grad student 1976 Stanford
James Paddock Collman grad student 1976 Stanford
 (Part I. Mechanistic studies of disodium tetracarbonylferrate oxidative-additions. : Part II. Mechanistic studies of the reduction of activated olefinic bonds using a binuclear iron hydride)


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James E. Hutchison research assistant 1986 University of Oregon
Christopher B. Whitehead grad student Colorado State
David A. Schiraldi grad student 1982 University of Oregon (E-Tree)
Jason A. Widegren grad student 2002 Colorado State
Kenneth M. Doll grad student 2003 Colorado State
Cindy-Xing Yin grad student 2005 Colorado State
Lisa S. Ott grad student 2006 Colorado State
Eric E. Finney grad student 2009 Colorado State
Aimee M. Morris grad student 2009 Colorado State
William M. Alley grad student 2011 Colorado State
Joseph E. Mondloch grad student 2011 Colorado State
Ercan Bayram grad student 2012 Colorado State
Isil Kayiran Hamdemir grad student 2013 Colorado State
Jordan J. Stracke grad student 2013 Colorado State
Joel Kirner grad student 2012-2017 Colorado State
Scott J Folkman grad student 2013-2018 Colorado State
Luke Tennent MacHale grad student 2020-2025 Colorado State
Meng Zhou post-doc 2015- Colorado State
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Neisius NA, MacHale LT, Snyder ER, et al. (2023) Copper Selenophosphate, CuPSe, Nanoparticle Synthesis: Octadecane Is the Key to a Simplified, Atom-Economical Reaction. Nano Letters. 23: 11430-11437
Long DK, Bangerth W, Handwerk DR, et al. (2021) Estimating reaction parameters in mechanism-enabled population balance models of nanoparticle size distributions: A Bayesian inverse problem approach. Journal of Computational Chemistry
Tuttle RR, Folkman SJ, Rubin HN, et al. (2020) Copper Metal-Organic Framework Surface Catalysis: Catalyst Poisoning, IR Spectroscopic, and Kinetic Evidence Addressing the Nature and Number of the Catalytically Active Sites En Route to Improved Applications. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces
Handwerk DR, Shipman PD, Özkar S, et al. (2020) Dust Effects on Ir(0) Nanoparticle Formation Nucleation and Growth Kinetics and Particle Size-Distributions: Analysis by and Insights from Mechanism-Enabled Population Balance Modeling. Langmuir : the Acs Journal of Surfaces and Colloids
Handwerk DR, Shipman PD, Whitehead CB, et al. (2020) Particle Size Distributions via Mechanism-Enabled Population Balance Modeling The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 124: 4852-4880
Finke RG, Watzky MA, Whitehead CB. (2020) Response to “Particle Size Is a Primary Determinant for Sigmoidal Kinetics of Nanoparticle Formation: A “Disproof” of the Finke–Watzky (F-W) Nanoparticle Nucleation and Growth Mechanism” Chemistry of Materials. 32: 3657-3672
Handwerk DR, Shipman PD, Whitehead CB, et al. (2019) Mechanism-Enabled Population Balance Modeling of Particle Formation en Route to Particle Average Size and Size Distribution Understanding and Control. Journal of the American Chemical Society
Tuttle RR, Rubin HN, Rithner CD, et al. (2019) Copper ion vs copper metal-organic framework catalyzed NO release from bioavailable S-Nitrosoglutathione en route to biomedical applications: Direct H NMR monitoring in water allowing identification of the distinct, true reaction stoichiometries and thiol dependencies. Journal of Inorganic Biochemistry. 199: 110760
Özkar S, Finke RG. (2019) Nanoparticle Formation Kinetics and Mechanistic Studies Important to Mechanism-Based Particle-Size Control: Evidence for Ligand-Based Slowing of the Autocatalytic Surface Growth Step Plus Postulated Mechanisms The Journal of Physical Chemistry C. 123: 14047-14057
Whitehead CB, Özkar S, Finke RG. (2019) LaMer’s 1950 Model for Particle Formation of Instantaneous Nucleation and Diffusion-Controlled Growth: A Historical Look at the Model’s Origins, Assumptions, Equations, and Underlying Sulfur Sol Formation Kinetics Data Chemistry of Materials. 31: 7116-7132
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